SCH-R350 Series
P O R T A B L E
M O B I L E
T R I - B A N D
P H O N E
User Manual
Please read this manual before operating your
phone, and keep it for future reference.
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Table of Contents
Section 1: Getting Started ..............................................4
Section 5: Understanding Your Contacts .................... 29
Understanding this User Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Installing the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Charging the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Activating Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Memory Card (Optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Finding a Contacts Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Adding a New Contacts Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Editing a Contacts Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Saving a Number After a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Speed Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Contacts Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Deleting a Contacts Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Metro411 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Downloading Metro411 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Memory Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Section 2: Understanding Your Phone ...........................9
Your Phone’s Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Side Views of Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Front View of Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Rear View of Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Command Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Entering Text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Understanding the Display Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Your Phone’s Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Section 3: Call Functions ............................................. 19
Making a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Answering a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Section 4: Menu Navigation ......................................... 28
Menu Navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Using Menu Shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Using Shortcut Icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Using the Info Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
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Section 6: @metro ........................................................ 41
Accessing @metro (Mobile Shop) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Section 7: Messages .................................................... 42
Types of Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Create and Send Text Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Receive Text Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Send Picture Messages in Camera Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Send Picture Messages in Standby mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Receive Picture Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
IM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Message Boxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Erase Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Message Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Section 8: MetroWEB .................................................... 55
MetroWEB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Launching MetroWEB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using MetroWEB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Links . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
How MetroWEB Keys Work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Section 9: Loopt® ......................................................... 57
Accessing Loopt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Downloading Loopt . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Section 10: Voice SVC .................................................. 58
Voice SVC Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Voice Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Voice Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Section 11: Camera ...................................................... 62
Taking Pictures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Taking Snap Shots (Single Pictures) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Point, Click, and Send Pictures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Screen Layout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saving Pictures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Camera Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Camera Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Camera Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Photo Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Section 12: Multimedia ................................................ 72
Accessing Multimedia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using My Images Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Your Music Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using My Ringtones Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Section 13: Tools .......................................................... 78
Accessing Your Phone’s Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Memo Pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Alarm Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
World Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calculator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stop Watch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Converter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tip Calculator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Section 14: Changing Your Settings ............................ 90
Accessing Your Phone’s Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Location Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Display Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Sound Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Call Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Phone Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Memory Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
Phone Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
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Section 15: Health and Safety Information ............... 106
Health and Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Warning Regarding Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Samsung Mobile Products and Recycling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
UL Certified Travel Adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Consumer Information on Wireless Phones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Road Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Responsible Listening . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
Operating Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Using Your Phone Near Other Electronic Devices . . . . . . . . . 117
FCC Hearing-Aid Compatibility (HAC) Regulations for
Wireless Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Potentially Explosive Environments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Emergency Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
FCC Notice and Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Other Important Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Product Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Availability of Various Features/Ring Tones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Battery Standby and Talk Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122
Battery Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Care and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Section 16: Warranty Information ............................. 126
Standard Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
End User License Agreement for Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
Index ............................................................................ 134
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Section 1: Getting Started
This section explains how to start using your Samsung SCH-r350
phone by activating your service, setting up your Voicemail, or
getting an understanding of how this manual is put together.
Understanding this User Manual
The chapters of this guide generally follow the same order as the
menus and sub-menus in your phone. A robust index for quick
reference to most features begins on page 134.
Also included is important safety information that you should
know before using your phone. Most of this information is near
the back of the guide, beginning on page 106.
Notes and Tips
Throughout this guide there is text that is set apart from the rest.
These are intended to point out important information, quick
methods for activating features, to define terms, and more. The
definitions for these methods are as follows:
• Notes: Explain alternative options within the current feature, menu, or
sub-menu.
• Tips: Provide quick or innovative methods for performing functions
related to the subject at hand.
• Important: Points out important information about the current feature
that could affect performance, or even damage your phone.
Text Conventions
This manual provides condensed information about how to use
your phone. To make this possible, the following terms and icon
appear in place of repeatedly-used procedural steps:
highlight Use the Navigation key (
) to move a
highlighting effect onto a menu item or screen item of
interest.
select
➔
After “highlighting” a menu item or screen item,
press the OK key
to launch, access, or save a
highlighted menu item or screen field of interest.
Used in place of “select” in long “drill down”
procedure steps.
Example: “...Settings ➔ Call Settings ➔ Call Answer...”
Installing the Battery
Note: Your phone comes packaged with a partially charged rechargeable
standard Li-Ion battery and travel adapter.
Getting Started
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Important!: You must fully charge the battery the first time you use your
phone, otherwise you could damage the battery.
1.
Insert the top end of the
battery first, matching the
gold contacts on the inside of
the battery to those on the
phone.
2.
Press lightly on the bottom
end of the battery down into
the phone until it slips into
place.
3.
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Press lightly down on the
middle of the battery cover
(1) and upward at the top (2)
until the cover locks into
place.
Remove the Battery
1.
Press and hold the
key
to turn off the phone (if on).
2.
Press downward at the top of
the battery cover (1) and lift
the cover (2) up and away
from the phone.
3.
Lift the battery (1) up at the
bottom and away from the
phone (2).
Charging the Battery
Your phone is powered by a
rechargeable standard Li-Ion
battery. Only use Samsungapproved charging devices and batteries. Samsung accessories
are designed to maximize battery life. Use of other accessories
may invalidate your warranty and may cause damage.
Use the Travel Adapter
The travel adapter included
with your phone is a
convenient, light-weight
charger that rapidly charges
your phone from any 120/220
VAC outlet.
1.
Important!: You must unplug the adapter before removing the battery from
the phone during charging to avoid damage.
Low battery indicator
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Plug the large end of the
Travel Adapter into a
standard 120 VAC or 220 VAC wall outlet.
Correct
Important!: For connection to an electrical supply not located in North
America, you must use an adapter of the proper configuration for
the power outlet. Use of the wrong adapter could damage your
phone and void your warranty.
2.
Insert the USB Data Cable into the Travel Adapter (see
above) and into the charger/accessory connector on the
upper right side of your phone, as shown here.
The battery indicator (
) in the upper-right corner of the
display indicates power level. Monitor the battery strength and
ensure your battery is adequately charged.
• Five bars (
) indicate a full charge.
• An empty battery icon (
) indicates a near empty battery.
• A blinking empty battery icon (
) and a tone sounding indicate you
have two to three minutes before the battery is too low to operate the
phone.
If you continue to use your phone without charging its battery, the
phone will shut down.
Activating Your Phone
Contact your Wireless Provider and follow their instructions for
obtaining service, if necessary. We suggest that you read this
guide to fully understand the services your phone supports.
Warning!: Your touch screen responds best to a light touch from the pad of
your finger or a non-metallic stylus. Using excessive force or a
metallic object when pressing on the touch screen may damage
the tempered glass surface and void the warranty (see “Warranty
Information” on page 126).
Getting Started
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Turning Your Phone On
1.
Press and hold the
the display lights.
Note: If your phone is on and you press
for less than one second, the
phone will not power off. This prevents your phone from being turned
off accidentally.
key until
Setting Up Your Voicemail
Note: As with any other radio-transmitting device,
do not touch the antenna while using your
phone as this can affect call quality and can
cause the phone to operate at a higher power
level than is necessary.
Voicemail allows callers to leave voice messages, which can be
retrieved any time.
Note: Once your Voicemail account has been set up, you can use the
Voicemail folder (under the Messages menu) to view details of voice
messages in your Voicemail box.
2.
The phone begins searching for a
network signal.
3.
Once the phone finds a signal, the
time, date, and day appear near the
top of the display.
1.
In Standby mode, press and hold the
own mobile number to dial Voicemail.
4.
You’re now ready to place and receive calls.
2.
Follow the prompts in the new user tutorial to setup your
mail box.
Press &
Hold
Note: If you are outside of your carrier’s coverage or roaming area, the No
Service icon (
) appears at the top of the phone’s display. If you
cannot place or receive calls, try later when service is available, or at
another location.
Listen to Voicemail
1.
In Standby mode, press and hold the
key or dial your
own mobile number to dial Voicemail. After connecting,
you will hear your voice greeting.
2.
You are prompted to enter your password.
Turn Your Phone Off
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Press and hold the
key for two or more seconds.
Your phone powers off.
key or dial your
Memory Card (Optional)
Your phone has a Memory Card slot on its left side. You can
install a microSD™ card to provide additional memory for storing
files (such as, sound files and photos) in your phone.
Install a Memory Card
Note: When you install a microSD or microSDHC Card in your R350 phone, it
creates the file folders needed for storing multimedia files. Do not add
other file folders or file types to the Memory Card. This slows the
phone’s access to files on the Memory Card.
Remove a Memory Card
1.
Remove the battery cover from the back of your phone.
(For more information, refer to Step 2 of “Remove the
Battery” on page 5.)
1.
Remove the battery cover from the back of your phone.
(For more information, refer to Step 2 of “Remove the
Battery” on page 5.)
2.
Carefully insert the memory card — label side facing up
and smaller end pointing toward the phone — into the
memory card slot, as shown, until you feel it click into
place.
2.
Carefully press the memory card inward until you feel it
release.
3.
Slowly release your pressure on the card. It will slide
outward a short distance.
4.
Remove the memory card from the memory card slot.
5.
If desired, install another memory card. (For more
information, refer to “Install a Memory Card” .)
6.
Replace the battery cover.
3.
Replace the battery cover.
Getting Started
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Section 2: Understanding Your Phone
This section outlines some key features of your SCH-r350 phone.
It also describes the screen format.
Side Views of Your Phone
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Your Phone’s Features
• Domestic and international voice and text messaging service (available
on participating networks).
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• Large 2.2 inch (diagonally) color screen (220 x 176 pixel resolution)
• High speed data (CDMA 2000 1x Technology)
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• Bluetooth® Wireless Technology (see Note)
• Global Positioning System (GPS) Technology
• Digital Assistant Tools
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• QWERTY Keypad
• Text (SMS), Picture (MMS), Email, and Instant (IM) Messaging
• Built-in 1.3 Megapixel Digital Camera
• Voice Dial
• Music Player (MP3 — requires an optional Memory Card)
• Memory Card Slot (microSD™ and microSDHC™ — up to 16 Gb)
Note: The r350 phone supports the wireless headset, hands-free, A2DP,
phonebook access, file transfer, and object push profiles for
Bluetooth® wireless technology.
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Features
1.
Volume Key — In Standby mode, lets you adjust the
System Volume. When receiving a call, lets you temporarily
mute the ringer.
2.
Camera Key — From Standby mode, lights the front display
backlight and launches the Camera feature of your phone.
In Camera mode, takes pictures.
3.
Power / USB Connector — Used to connect charging
accessories or optional USB Data cable to your phone.
4.
Headset Connector — Used to connect an optional headset
(for hands-free operation and/or music playback) or an
optional TTY device.
Front View of Your Phone
Features
1.
Earpiece — Lets you hear ringing and alert tones, alarm
tones, and the other parties to calls.
2.
Display — Indicates the status of your phone, including
numbers dialed, feature and function screens, status
icons, message indicators and contents, signal strength,
and so on.
3.
Navigation Key — In Menu mode, lets you scroll through
the phone menu options. From Standby mode, press the
Navigation key Left or Right to browse the icons in the Icon
Bar, or press the Navigation key Up or Down to browse or
scroll through any menu panes/options or icons appearing
in the display.
4.
Left Soft Key — Used to navigate through menus and
applications and to select the choice indicated at the
bottom left corner of the Main LCD.
5.
Speakerphone Key — Places the phone in Speakerphone
mode. (For more information, refer to “Speakerphone
Mode” on page 17.)
6.
Send Key — Lets you place or receive a call. From Standby
mode, press the key once to access the Recent Calls log.
7.
QWERTY Keypad — Use these keys to enter numbers,
letters, and symbols.
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18
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9.
Fn Key — Toggles the text input mode to let you use the
QWERTY keypad to enter numbers and symbols as well as
letters.
Shift Key — Toggles capitalization for text input between
mixed case (Abc), uppercase (ABC), and lowercase (abc).
Capitalization remains as selected until you press the Shift
key again.
10. Voice SVC/Sym Key — From Standby mode, press and hold
to launch Voice SVC (Service). When entering text, press to
launch a Symbols screen for selecting symbols.
11. Microphone — Lets the other caller hear you clearly when
you are speaking to them.
12. Space/Lock Key — Lets you enter spaces between words
and characters. Press and hold this key to lock the keypad.
13. Calendar Key — Launches you phone’s Calendar tool. (For
more information, refer to “Calendar” on page 80.)
14. Messaging Key — Launches the Messages menu.
15. Enter Key — Press to accept a text entry or to enter spaces
between lines of text.
16. Del Key — In text entry mode, deletes characters from the
display.
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17. End Key — Ends a call. Returns you to the Home screen. If
you press and hold the END key, the power goes On or Off.
When you receive an incoming call, press to send the call
to voicemail.
18. BACK Key — In text entry mode, deletes characters from
the display. In menu mode, returns you to the previous
menu or screen.
19. Right Soft Key — Used to navigate through menus and
applications and to select the choice indicated at the
bottom right corner of the Main Display.
20. OK Key — When navigating through a menu, accepts the
highlighted choice in a menu. When selecting settings in
an option screen, displays a list of available settings.
Rear View of Your Phone
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4.
microSD (Memory Card) Slot — Under the Battery Cover —
Lets you install and remove optional microSD Memory
Card for additional image/photo storage and for music
storage.
5.
Mirror — Helps you center the camera lens when taking
self portraits.
Command Keys
Soft Keys
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4
Functions for the soft keys are indicated by labels that appear in
the display above each soft key. There are two soft keys, Left
(
) and Right (
).
Left Soft Key
Features
1.
Camera Lens — The lens of your built-in camera.
2.
Speaker — Reproduces music and other sounds played by
your phone.
3.
Battery Cover — Secures and protects the battery and the
optional microSD memory card.
Some functions of the Left soft key (
) are as follows:
• In Standby mode, press the Messages soft key (
) to open the
Messages menu.
• In Input Mode, press the Left soft key (
) to select the text input
method.
Right Soft Key
Some functions of the Right soft key (
) are as follows:
• In Standby mode, press the Contacts soft key (
) to launch the
Contacts screen.
• When the Right soft key function is Options, press the Options soft key
(
) and a pop-up menu of Options appears.
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OK Key
• In Standby mode, press the OK key (
) to launch the highlighted
menu or feature.
• In a menu, press
to accept the highlighted selection.
• In camera mode, press
to take a photo. (For more information,
refer to “Camera” on page 62.)
• In a list, press the OK key (
) to view a highlighted item.
Send Key
The Send key (
) is used to answer calls, dial calls, and to
recall the last number(s) dialed, received, or missed.
• When receiving a call, press
once to answer the call.
• Enter a number and press
to make a call.
• In Standby mode, press
to display a list of recent calls to and
from your phone.
• Press
twice In Standby mode to call the most recent number.
• Press
to pick up a waiting call. Press
again to switch back
to the other call.
BACK Key
The BACK key (
) is used to return to a previous menu or
screen. In some screens, you can also use the key to erase or
clear numbers, text, or symbols from the display.
• To back up one menu level, briefly press
.
• To back up to Standby mode, press and hold
.
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Del Key
The Del key ( ) is used to erase or clear numbers, text, or
symbols from the display.
• If you enter an incorrect character, briefly press
to backspace (and
delete) the character.
• To erase the entire sentence, press and hold .
End Key
• Press and hold the End key (
) to turn your phone on or off.
• Briefly press
once to disconnect a call.
• Press
to return to Standby mode from any menu, or to cancel the
last input.
Navigation Key
Use the directional keys on the Navigation key (
menus, sub-menus, and lists.
) to browse
Camera Key
To activate the camera built into your phone, in Standby mode,
press and hold the Camera key (
) — located on the right
side of your phone.
In Camera mode, pressing the Camera key (
picture.
Note: For more information, refer to “Camera” on page 62.
) takes a
Fn Key
Press to start a new line.
While in Input Mode, the Fn (Function) key ( ) lets you toggle
text input modes between Abc and 123/Sym.
Press once to enter a single upper case letter.
Press twice to select CAPS LOCK.
Press once more to remove CAPS LOCK.
While in Standby mode, press and hold the Fn (Function) key ( )
to activate/deactivate Vibrate Mode.
Press to pop-up the first of three pages of symbols in
which you can select desired symbols.
Entering Text
Press once to enter 123/Sym mode for a single character.
Press twice to toggle from Abc mode to 123/Sym mode.
Press once more to return to Abc (abc) mode.
Your phone has a QWERTY (
) keypad to
support quick and easy text input. You can enter text as you
would when using a computer keyboard.
Press to insert a space in a text entry.
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The keys are labeled with a letter on the lower half and a number
or symbol on the upper half. Press the key corresponding to the
character you want to enter.
In addition, you can use the following special function keys:
Press to delete characters.
Tip: You can also delete a character by pressing
.
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7
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1.
The top line of your phone’s display contains icons that
indicate network status, battery power, signal strength,
and more. (For more information, refer to “Display Screen
Icons” on page 15.)
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The Info Panel contains the Clock display (showing the
time, day, and date) and three icons that indicate how
many Missed Calls records, unread Incoming messages,
and Voicemail messages you currently have. You can
select these icons to access your call records and
messages.
3.
The fourth line in the display contains additional feature
status icons, such as the Automatic Answer icon shown.
4.
The central portion of the display shows information such
as menus, call progress information, messages, and
photos.
5.
The center line shows today’s Calendar event time and
title, if any. If you have scheduled an event for today, you
can select this line to view the event details.
6.
The Banner displays text you enter in the Display Settings.
7.
The Quick Launcher provides easy access to your favorite
applications. Use the Left and Right Navigation keys to
highlight an application, then press the OK key to launch it.
8.
The bottom line of the display shows current soft key
functions. The sample screen shows that pressing the Left
(Messages) soft key will display the Messages menu and
pressing the Right (Contacts) soft key will show the
Contacts-Find screen.
Display Screen Icons
Your phone can show you definitions of the icons that appear on
the top line of the display.
To access the Icon Glossary:
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In Standby mode, press Menu, then select Settings ➔
Phone Info ➔ Icon Glossary. A list appears showing the
icons that can appear on the top line of the displays.
Dialogue Boxes
Dialogue boxes prompt for action, inform you of status, or warn
of situations such as low battery. Dialogue boxes and their
definitions are outlined below.
• Choice
– Example: “Save Message?”
• Reconfirm
– Example: “Erase All Messages?”
• Performing
– Example: “Sending...” “Connecting...”
• Completed
– Example: “Message Saved”
• Information
– Example: “New Message”
• Error
– Example: “System Error!”
• Warning
– Example: “Low Battery,” “Memory Full!”
Backlights
Backlights illuminate the display and the keypad. When you press
any key or open the phone, the backlights come on. They go off
when no keys are pressed within a period of time set in the
Backlight menu.
Note: During a phone call, the display backlight dims and turns off after 10
seconds to conserve battery power, regardless of the Backlight setting.
(For more information, refer to “Backlight” on page 92.)
Your Phone’s Modes
Standby mode
Standby mode is the state the phone enters once it has found
service and is idle. The phone goes into Standby mode:
• After you power the phone on.
• When you press
after a call or from within a menu.
In Standby mode, you can use features of your Standby mode
screen (For more information, refer to “Understanding the Display
Screen” on page 14). To access other phone modes or use
command keys to do the following:
to place a call.
2.
Press
to return to Standby mode.
Receive Messages
You can receive Text, Picture, or Instant messages or E-mail
while in Standby mode. An alert tone sounds and a notification
message appears in the display when a new message arrives.
Adjust the Master Volume
From Standby mode, you can
adjust the Master Volume for
your phone by pressing the
Volume key (on the left side of
the phone) Up or Down. The
Master Volume controls the
volume of all sounds played by
your phone, such as ringers,
alerts, alarms, and multimedia
files.
1.
From Standby mode, press the Volume key Up or Down to
set the Master Volume as desired.
2.
When you are satisfied with the setting, press SET (
Your phone returns to Standby mode.
).
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Place Calls
1.
In Standby mode, enter a phone number, and press
Call Answer Mode
You can choose to answer a call by pressing any key except
,
, or
or by pressing only
. (For
more information, refer to “Call Settings” on page 94.)
Talk Mode
You can place and receive calls only when your phone is on.
While in a call, your phone is in talk mode and you have the
following options available:
• You can conduct the call by launching Speakerphone mode. (For more
information, refer to “Speakerphone Mode” on page 17.)
• To mute your phone’s microphone, press Mute.
• For a menu of additonal options, press Options. (For more information,
refer to “In-Call Options Menu” on page 24.)
Enter/Exit Vibrate Mode
Silences the tones your keypad makes when you press a key and
replaces all ringers with vibration. (For more information, refer to
“Adjust the Master Volume” on page 16.)
Note: In Standby Mode, you can also press and hold the Function (Fn)
Key
to enter/exit Vibrate Mode.
To enter Vibrate Mode:
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In Standby mode, press the Volume key Down until the
Master Volume screen shows Vibrate. The phone vibrates
and the Vibrate Mode icon (
) appears in the display.
To exit Vibrate Mode:
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While in Vibrate mode and Standby mode, press the
Volume key Up until the Master Volume screen shows a
setting other than Vibrate. The Vibrate Mode icon (
)
disappears from the display.
Speakerphone Mode
Speakerphone mode lets you use your phone hands-free and/or
share calls with others.
• Entering Speakerphone Mode — In Standby mode or during a call,
press and hold
.
• Exiting Speakerphone Mode — In Standby modeor during a call,
press and hold
. During a call, press and hold
, or end the
call.
Hands-free Mode
Hands-free mode lets you operate your phone remotely, without
touching it other than to turn it on or off.
To place your phone in Hands-free mode, do one of the following:
• Connect an optional wired headset.
– or –
• Pair and connect an optional Bluetooth technology headset or handsfree car kit. (For more information, refer to “Add New Device” on
page 79.)
Camera Mode
Lock Mode
Camera mode lets you take pictures with your phone’s camera.
In Camera mode, you can also adjust the resolution and
appearance of your pictures.
When the phone is in Lock Mode, restrictions are placed on
phone use. You can receive calls and messages, but cannot place
outgoing calls (except for emergency numbers) until you unlock
the phone. Lock Mode also restricts access to menus and the
Volume key. You can lock the phone manually, or configure the
phone’s settings to lock automatically.
(For more information, refer to “Camera” on page 62.)
• Entering Camera Mode — In Standby mode, press and hold the
Camera key (
) — on the right side of the phone — then
select Camera.
• Exiting Camera Mode — Press
.
Manually Locking Your Phone
Press and hold
Note: You can also enter Camera mode while in Standby mode, by selecting
Menu ➔ Multimedia ➔ Camera.
.
Unlocking Manual Lock
Press the left soft key Unlock, then press
.
Unlocking Automatic Lock
Input Mode
Input mode determines how you enter text, numbers, and
symbols. Optional text input modes are T9word, T9Word,
T9WORD, abc, Abc, ABC, 123/Sym, Symbols, and Emoticons. While
at any text entry screen, press the left soft key
,
or
to toggle between the optional modes. (For more information,
refer to “Entering Text” on page 14.)
Press the right soft key Unlock, then enter the lock code when
prompted. (For more information, refer to “Lock Phone” on
page 98.)
Tip: You can toggle between abc, Abc and ABC entry modes or between
T9word, T9Word, and T9WORD entry modes by pressing .
You can toggle between Abc and 123/Sym entry modes by pressing
.
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Section 3: Call Functions
This section provides procedures for making and answering
calls. This section also describes features, such as call logs and
call timers, that help you make calls and manage your call time.
Making a Call
1.
With the phone on, enter the number you wish to call using
the keypad.
2.
Press
to place the call.
Emergency Calls
When you call an Emergency Number, such as 911, your
Samsung SCH-r350 phone locks itself in emergency mode, only
allowing you to make calls to the emergency call center you
originally contacted. This enables emergency operators to more
easily dispatch aid, such as police, fire fighting, and emergency
medical personnel.
1.
With the phone on, enter the Emergency Number you wish
to call using the keypad.
Note: You can define up to 3 emergency numbers in your phone. (For more
information, see “Emergency #” on page 98.)
2.
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Press
to place the call.
Tip: If you need to make an emergency (911) call with Airplane mode
enabled, just dial the emergency number and press
. (For more
information, see “Airplane Mode” on page 97.)
Three-way Calling
Call two other numbers and connect them to your call using
three-way calling.
1.
In Standby mode, enter the number for the first party in
your call, then press
.
2.
When connected, ask the other party to remain on the line.
Press
to place them on hold.
3.
Enter the second party’s phone number and press
4.
When the second party answers, press
all three parties.
.
to connect
Manual Pause Calling
To manually call a number with pause(s) without storing it in your
Contacts list:
1.
In Standby mode, enter the number you wish to call.
2.
Press Options. The following pause options appear in the
display:
• 2-Sec Pause — A 2-second pause after which dialing resumes.
3.
• Wait — A hard pause (waits for input from you).
Select the desired pause to enter it into the number
sequence.
4.
Press
to call the number.
Tip: Press Save to store pauses along with the number if you plan to call the
number frequently.
2.
Press and hold the number key representing the second
digit of the desired Contact’s speed dial number.
Example: To speed dial the Contact assigned speed dial 35, press
press and hold .
then
3-Touch Dialing
Use 3-touch dialing to speed dial Contacts from 100 through 999.
Speed Dialing
1.
In Standby mode, press and release the number key
representing the first digit of the desired Contact’s speed
dial number.
2.
Press the number key representing the second digit of the
desired Contact’s speed dial number.
3.
Press and hold the number key representing the third digit
of the desired Contact’s speed dial number.
Speed Dialing lets you place a call to any Contact stored in your
Contacts list by dialing the Contact’s Location number.
1-Touch Dialing
Use 1-touch dialing to speed dial Contacts from 1 (Voicemail)
through 9.
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In Standby mode, press and hold the number key
corresponding to the desired Contact’s speed dial number.
Example: To speed dial the Contact assigned speed dial 5, press and hold
.
2-Touch Dialing
Use 2-touch dialing to speed dial Contacts from 10 through 99.
1.
In Standby mode, press and release the number key
representing the first digit of the desired Contact’s speed
dial number.
Example: To speed dial the Contacts entry assigned to speed dial 325, press
, press , then press and hold .
Voice Dialing
The voice recognition capabilities of your Samsung SCH-r350 are
exceptional due to advanced, speaker-independent technology.
This means you do not need to “train” your phone to understand
your voice. You can use your voice in a natural manner to dial
numbers.
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If the name is recognized, Voice Dial repeats the name and
dials the number.
Note: End Calls Before relaunching the VoiceSignal voice recognition
software — When you use Voice Dialing to make a call, you must end
that call before you can use other Voice Commands. See “Voice SVC”
on page 58 for more information.
Use the Call command to dial any number stored in your Contacts
list by saying the name of the contact (Name Dialing). You can
also use Call to dial any telephone number, even numbers not
stored in your contact list, by speaking the individual digits in the
number (Digit Dialing).
If Voice Dial is not sure which name you said, it displays a
choice list of up to three names and prompts you with “Did
you say?” followed by the first name on the list.
4.
Say “Yes” to confirm the name or “No” to hear the next
name, or use the keypad to select the correct name from
the list. (See “Choice Lists” on page 59, for more
information.)
• Press Repeat to say the name again.
• Press
to exit VoiceSignal without dialing.
If the recognized name has multiple numbers stored for it
(that is, Mobile, Work, Home, and so on), Voice Dial
displays the possible choices and prompts you with “Which
number?”
5.
Say one of the following number types:
• “Home”
• “Work”
• “Mobile”
Voice Dial dials the specified number.
Voice Dialing Tips:
• Wait for the beep before speaking.
• Speak clearly at a normal volume, as if you were talking to someone
on the phone.
• When saying a name, say the first name then the last name.
Dialing a Name
To dial a name, do the following:
1.
In Standby mode, press and hold
.
“Say a command” appears in the display and is
pronounced through the earpiece.
2.
Say, “Call”.
You are prompted to “Say the name or number”.
3.
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Speak clearly and say the name of a person in your
Contacts list, first name followed by last name.
Dialing a Number
To dial a number using Voice Dial, do the following:
1.
In Standby mode, press and hold
.
“Say a command” appears in the display and is
pronounced through the speaker.
2.
Say “Call”.
VoiceSignal prompts you to “Say the name or number.”
3.
Speak clearly and say the telephone number of the person
you want to call.
For example, say “7 8 1 9 7 0 5 2 0 0."
If it recognizes the number, Voice Dial repeats it and dials
the number. If Voice Dial is not sure it has recognized the
number, it displays a choice list of up to three numbers and
prompts you with “Did you say?” followed by the first
number on the list.
4.
Say “Yes” to confirm the number or “No” to hear the next
one, or use the keypad to select the correct number from
the list. (See “Choice Lists” on page 59, for more
information.)
• Press Repeat to say the name again.
• Press
to exit VoiceSignal without dialing.
Pause Dialing From a Contacts Entry
• If you voice dial a contact that contains 2-Sec Pause(s) simply wait for
the pauses to pass and the dialing to complete.
• If you voice dial a contact that contains Wait(s), wait for the appropriate
prompt(s) from the number you are calling (credit card number, bank
account number, and so on) and enter the appropriate response(s).
Answering a Call
Incoming
When you receive a call, the phone displays one of the following:
• If the caller can be identified, the caller’s number (or name if it’s in your
Contacts) appears in the display.
• If the caller cannot be identified, Call from unavailable #, Call from
restricted #, or no number appears in the display.
Tip: Assign pictures to Contacts entries. The entry’s assigned picture
appears in the display when you receive a call from that entry. (See
“Assigning a Picture to a Contacts Entry” on page 34).
The phone continues to notify you of the call until one of the
following events occur:
• You answer the call.
• The calling party ends the call.
• The call is sent to voicemail.
Call Notification Features
Your phone notifies you of a call in a variety of ways.
• Ringing or vibration, depending on your phone’s settings.
• Different ring types or melodies to distinguish callers.
• Name display with caller ID. (If the caller’s name is programmed into
your Contacts).
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• Information about the last 90 each of incoming, missed, and outgoing
calls are automatically stored to a call log.
Set Call Ringer Volume
1.
In Standby mode, press the Volume key on the left side of
the phone.
2.
Press the Volume key up or down to set the call ringer
volume as desired.
3.
Once you’re satisfied with the setting, press
phone returns to Standby mode.
. The
• Any Key — Pressing any key except
,
answers a call.
• Send Key — Only pressing
answers a call.
2. Select Call Answer option of your choice.
, or
Call Waiting
If you’re on a call, your phone beeps when you receive a second
call. Call Waiting lets you answer the second call and alternate
between both calls.
Note: Contact your Wireless Provider for availability.
Tip: You can also enter the Volume > Voice Calls sub-menu from Standby
mode by selecting Menu ➔ Settings ➔ Sound Settings ➔ Master
Volume. Use the Volume key on the right side of your phone to adjust the
ringer volume setting.
Note: The Vibrate icon (
) appears in the display when the Master
Volume is set to Vibrate. The Vibrate/Ring icon (
) appears in the
display when the Master Volume is set to a value between Low and
High and you press Vib. On.
Call Answer
Select from two methods for answering calls. This option can be
changed in the Settings menu.
1.
In Standby mode, select Menu (
Settings ➔ Call Answer.
) ➔ Settings ➔ Call
The following options appear in the display:
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1.
Press
to place the first call on hold, answer the
second call, and ask the caller to remain on the line.
2.
Press
to place the second call on hold and return to
the first call.
3.
Press
to alternate between calls.
Caller ID
Caller ID lets you identify who is calling you by displaying a
caller’s number. If the caller’s name and number are stored in
Contacts, the caller’s name also appears. If you’ve assigned a
picture to the entry, it appears in the display as well.
Call Block
You can prevent your number from displaying on another phone’s
caller ID screen by enabling Call Block.
1.
In Standby mode, press
2.
Enter the number you wish to call, then press
,
,
.
.
Silence an Incoming Ring
To temporarily silence the incoming call ringer:
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While your phone is ringing, press the Volume key
(
), on the left side of the phone, up or down.
Ignore an Incoming Call
Ignored calls are immediately forwarded to Voicemail.
To ignore an incoming call:
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While your phone is ringing, press Ignore. The incoming
call is forwarded to Voicemail.
• Recent Calls — View your recent calls log.
• Send DTMF — Send your phone number as DTMF tones to the
other person on the call.
• Voice Privacy — When set to Enhanced, the phone sounds an
audible beep when you loose privacy (encryption) on a CDMA
connection. For this option to work correctly, you must have the
Enhanced privacy option enabled in the Security settings. (This
option is enabled by default.)
• Location — Turn your GPS location on or set GPS location for
emergency calls only.
2. With the above menu displayed, do one of the following:
• Select a menu or feature to access the menu or activate the
highlighted feature.
• Press Cancel to exit the menu.
Calls
You can access a number of menus and features even while in a
call.
Your phone has Call Logs that retain information about Outgoing,
Incoming, and Missed Calls. The Calls menu lets you access this
information for future reference, to return calls, and to add new
Contacts. You can also view times for your last call and the total
of all calls.
While in a call, press Options. The following options pop-up
in the display:
• Message — Display the Messages menu.
• Contacts — Display the Contacts menu.
Tip: To quickly view a list of your most recent calls (outgoing, incoming, and
missed), briefly press
while in Standby mode. The All Calls
screen, listing up to 270 of your most recent calls, appears in the
display.
In-Call Options Menu
1.
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1.
2.
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In Standby mode, select Menu (
) ➔ Calls ➔ Outgoing
Calls / Incoming Calls / Missed Calls / All Calls. A list of your
selected calls appears in the display.
Highlight a call. You have the following options:
• To call the other party, press
.
• To compose and send a message to the othe party, press Msg. The
Send Message menu appears in the display. (For more
information, refer to “Create and Send Text Messages” on
page 42 or “Send Picture Messages in Standby mode” on
page 45.)
• To view further information about the call, press OPEN (
).
• To access further options, press Options. The following options
appear in the display:
– Save — Save the number to your Contacts.
– Details — Contacts calls only — Lets you view the Contacts entry for
the recipient of this call.
– Erase — Erase the selected call from your Outgoing calls list.
– Lock/Unlock — Blocks/permits erasure of the selected call from your
Outgoing call list.
– Erase all — Erase all unlocked calls from your Outgoing call list.
– View Timer — Call Timer screen appears in the display listing the
number and types of calls and their total durations. (See “Call Timer”
on page 25 for more information.)
Select an option to perform its function.
Erase Logs
You can erase Outgoing, Incoming, Missed, or All Calls.
1.
In Standby mode, select Menu (
) ➔ Calls ➔ Outgoing
Calls / Incoming Calls / Missed Calls / All Calls. A list of your
selected calls appears in the display.
2.
Press Options, then select Erase all. “Erase all entries?”
prompts you to confirm erasure of all calls from the
selected Calls log.
3.
To Erase the calls, press Yes. To keep the calls, press No.
Call Timer
View the duration of your last call, total calls, and calls made
during the life of your phone using the Call timer feature. Call
timer is not for billing purposes.
1.
In Standby mode, select Menu (
) ➔ Calls ➔ Call Timer.
The following options appear in the display:
• Last Call — Shows the duration of your last call.
• Outgoing Calls — Shows the number and total duration of all
calls originated by your phone since the last reset.
• Incoming Calls — Shows the number and total duration of all
calls made to your phone since the last reset.
• Roaming Calls — Shows the number and total duration of all
calls originated by and made to your phone while roaming and
since the last reset.
• All Calls — Shows the number and total duration of all calls
originated by and made to your phone since the last erasure.
• Last Reset — Shows the date and time all counters, except
Lifetime Calls, were reset.
• Lifetime Calls — Shows the duration of all calls on your phone
since activation (Lifetime timers cannot be reset).
2. If desired, highlight a particular timer.
3.
To reset the highlighted timer, press Reset.
To reset all of the timers except Lifetime Calls, press Reset
All.
• Received — Shows the amount of data (in kilobytes) that your
phone has received since last being reset.
• Total — Shows the amount of data (in kilobytes) that your phone
has transmitted and received since last being reset.
• Last Reset — Shows date and time the Data Counters (except
Lifetime Data Counter) were last reset.
• Lifetime Data Counter — Shows the amount of data (in kilobytes)
that your phone has transmitted and received since being activated.
2. To reset a timer other than Lifetime Data Counter, highlight
the timer you want to reset and press Reset.
3.
To reset all timers except Lifetime Data Counter, press
Reset All.
4.
Press
Note: Although Total call timers can be erased, LifeTime call timers can
never be erased.
to exit the Data Counter screen.
Data Counter
Use Data Counter to view the amount of data that has been sent
or received (or a total of both) using the data services that your
phone supports. The Data Counter can be a helpful tool for
monitoring data usage, especially if your service agreement has
specified limits.
1.
In Standby mode, select Menu (
) ➔ Calls ➔ Data
Counter. The following options appear in the display:
• Transmitted — Shows the amount of data (in kilobytes) that your
phone has transmitted since last being reset.
Note: Although other data counters can be reset, only the Lifetime Data
Counter can never be reset.
Store Numbers from Call Logs
Store numbers from your Outgoing, Incoming, Missed, and All
calls logs to Contacts.
Tip: In Standby mode, briefly press
to display the All Calls list. You can
then select any call in the list to save to Contacts.
1.
In Standby mode, select Menu (
) ➔ Calls ➔ Outgoing
Calls / Incoming Calls / Missed Calls / All Calls. A list of your
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selected calls appears in the display.
2.
Highlight the call whose number you wish to store in
Contacts.
Press Options, then select Save.
• To add the number as a Contacts entry, select Create New.
• To add the number to an existing Contact, select Update Existing.
4. Follow the prompts to store the number to Contacts.
3.
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Section 4: Menu Navigation
Using Shortcut Icons
This section explains the menu navigation for your phone.
Menu Navigation
Access the menus and sub-menus in your phone using the
Navigation key (
) and soft keys (
or
), or use a
shortcut.
1.
In Standby mode, select Menu (
). The Main Menu (the
first of several menus) appears in the display.
2.
Use the Navigation key to browse through the menus.
3.
Press
to enter the menu or sub-menu that appears in
the display.
4.
Press Back or
to return to the previous menu.
Return to the Previous Menu
• Press Back / Cancel.
• When Back / Cancel does not appear in the display, press
1.
In Standby mode,
highlight the desired
shortcut icon by
pressing the Navigation key Left or Right. The name of the
shortcut icon appears above it.
2.
Press
to launch the related application.
Using the Info Panel
.
Using Menu Shortcuts
Use menu shortcuts to quickly access menus and sub-menus.
From a numbered menu, press the number to the left of the
menu label to jump to the desired menu, sub-menu, or feature.
Example: To jump to the Outbox sub-menu, select Menu (
(for Messages) and
for Outbox.
You can also access menus
and sub-menus using Shortcut
Icons, and without the menubased drill down.
), then press
Info Panel lets you directly access Missed
Calls records (1), unread Incoming
messages (2), and Voicemail (3).
1
2
3
1.
In Standby mode, highlight an icon
in the Info Panel by pressing the Navigation key Down once
or Up twice.
2.
Select the desired Info Panel icon by pressing the
Navigation key Left/Right, then pressing
.
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Section 5: Understanding Your Contacts
This section details how you can manage your daily contacts by
storing their names and numbers in your Contacts list. You can
have your Contacts entries sorted by name.
Note: Although the procedures in this section are written for the phone
keypad, you can also perform these procedures using the QWERTY
keypad.
– or –
Select Menu (
) ➔ Contacts.
The following options appear in the display:
• Find — Find a phone number By Name.
Tip: You can also access the Find option from Standby mode, by pressing
the Contacts shortcut (Up Navigation) key.
Contacts
Up to 1000 entries can be stored in Contacts. Each entry can
have up to five associated phone numbers and one e-mail
address. Each phone number can be up to 32 digits in length,
including 2-Sec or Wait pauses (For more information, refer to
“Manual Pause Calling” on page 19), and associated names can
be up to 32 characters in length. You can assign the Speed Dial
numbers of your choice for each entry. You can also mark your
Contacts list as Restricted to prevent unauthorized viewing. (For
more information, refer to “Restrictions” on page 100.)
Tip: Speed Dial One-Touch Dialing, Two-Touch Dialing, and Three-Touch
Dialing allow you to call numbers stored in Contacts faster.
Open Contacts
1.
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In Standby mode, press Messages.
Tip: To launch the Contacts menu using a voice command — In Standby
mode, press and hold until the phone prompts, “Say a command.”
Say “Go to Contacts” into the microphone.
• Add New Contact — Add a number or e-mail address to your
Contacts.
• Speed Dial — Assign a Contacts entry to a Speed Dial number.
(For more information, refer to “Speed Dial” on page 36.)
• Group — Review, send messages to, add Contacts to, or rename
four out of your five groups. (For more information, refer to
“Contacts Groups” on page 37.)
• Metro411 — Launches Metro411 Directory Assistance. (For more
information, contact your Wireless Provider.)
Tip: You can also launch Metro411 from Standby mode by selecting
.
• Memory Info — Display used and available memory for Contacts
entries.
2. Select the desired option.
Tip: You can also press the keypad number key that corresponds to the
menu option number.
Finding a Contacts Entry
Voice Method
Use the Voice SVC Lookup command to view contact information
for any named contact stored in your Contacts list by saying the
name.
Note: The Lookup command shows the requested contact information in the
display but does not dial any phone numbers for the contact.
To look up information for a specific contact:
1.
In Standby mode, press and hold
to launch Voice SVC.
“Say a Command” appears in the display and is
pronounced through the speaker.
2.
Say “Lookup”.
Voice SVC prompts you to “Say the name.”
3.
Speak clearly and say the full name of the person you want
to call, exactly as it is entered in your Contacts list.
• If VoiceSignal recognizes the name you said, the contact
information for that name appears in the display.
• If VoiceSignal does not recognize the name you said, a choice list of
up to three names appears in the display, and VoiceSignal prompts
you with “Did you say?” followed by the first name on the list.
4. Say “Yes” to confirm the name or “No” to hear the next
name, or use the keypad to select the correct name from
the list. (For more information, refer to “Choice Lists” on
page 59.)
• To say the name again, press Repeat.
• To exit VoiceSignal without dialing, press
.
5. The contact information for the name you selected appears
in the display.
• To dial the number associated with the name, press
.
• To erase this entry from your Contacts list, press Erase.
• To add or change information for this entry, press EDIT.
• For more options, press Options. The following options pop-up in
the display:
– Send Message
– Call
– Send Name Card Via Bluetooth
Shortcut Key Method
If you’ve stored a name entry in Contacts, Find allows you to find
it quickly.
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1.
– Call — Dial the number associated with the name.
– Send Name Card Via Bluetooth — Send a copy of a Contacts entry
to another Bluetooth device.
In Standby mode, press Contacts.
The Find screen appears in the display with the Go To field
and the first Contacts entry highlighted.
Tip: You can also access the Find screen from the Contacts menu by
selecting Find.
2.
Enter a name as entered in Contacts. (For more
information, refer to “Entering Text” on page 14.)
As you enter letters, the closest match appears on the
display.
3.
When the desired entry is listed in the display, highlight the
entry.
• To dial the default number associated with the name, press
.
• Select an option. The selected option’s sub-menu appears in the
display.
Adding a New Contacts Entry
You can use either of two methods to add an entirely new entry to
Contacts.
Dial Method
1.
In Standby mode, enter the number you wish to add to
your Contacts.
2.
Press Save, then select Create New. The Create New
screen appears in the display showing the following icons:
Tip: You can select another number assigned to the name by using the Left/
Right navigation keys.
• To add or change information for this entry, press Edit.
• To show information about this entry, press VIEW.
• For more options, press Options and the following options appear
on the pop-up menu:
– New Contact — Add a new entry to Contacts.
– Erase — Erase the name and associated information.
– Send Message — Create and send a text message to the selected
Contact.
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Mobile
Home
Pager
Fax
Work
3.
Select the number type that matches your new entry.
4.
Enter a name to associate with the Contacts entry. (For
more information, refer to “Entering Text” on page 14.)
5.
Press SAVE (
) to save the new entry.
Menu Method
1.
From the Contacts menu, select Add New Contact.
The Add New Entry screen appears in the display with the
Name field highlighted.
2.
Enter the name of the new entry using either keypad. (For
more information, refer to “Entering Text” on page 14.)
3.
Highlight one of the following fields:
3.
Press the Navigation key Up/Down to review the
information for the entry that you wish to change, then
press EDIT. The Edit Contact screen appears in the
display.
Highlight the particular information you want to add or
change.
• To backspace and delete numbers or letters, press .
• To clear all numbers or letters in the highlighted field, press and
hold .
• For more options, press Options and the following options pop-up
in the display:
– Set Speed Dial / Remove speed dial — Assign/remove a speed dial
number (For more information, refer to “Speed Dial” on page 36).
– Set as default — Set the number the phone will dial when Contacts
dialing, speed dialing, or voice dialing.
– Wait — A hard pause (waits for input from you).
– 2-Sec Pause — A 2-second pause after which dialing resumes (For
more information, refer to “Add Pauses to Contacts Numbers”
on page 33).
Select the desired option.
5. When you’re finished changing the contents of a field,
press SAVE (
). Your changes are saved and a
confirmation message appears in the display.
4.
• Mobile
• Pager
• Ringtone
• Home
• Email
• Fax
• Work
• Group
4.
Enter a phone number or e-mail address in the highlighted
field.
5.
Repeat steps 3 and 4 as needed.
6.
Press SAVE (
) to save the new entry.
Editing a Contacts Entry
Editing Contacts Name and Numbers
1.
Find the Contacts entry you wish to change. (For more
information, refer to “Finding a Contacts Entry” on
page 30.)
2.
Highlight the entry and press VIEW. The View Contact
screen appears in the display showing the highlighted
entry’s information.
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Add Pauses to Contacts Numbers
Calls to automated systems such as banking services often
require a password or account number. Instead of manually
entering these numbers, you can store them in a Contacts entry
with the phone number and with special characters called
pauses, up to a maximum of 32 digits.
• 2-Sec Pause — Stops the calling sequence for two seconds, then
sends the remaining digits.
• Wait — Stops the calling sequence until the phone receives further
input.
Note: You can enter multiple Waits to extend the length of a pause. For
example, two consecutive Waits cause a total pause time of four
seconds. Keep in mind that pauses count as digits towards the 32-digit
maximum.
To add pauses to a Contacts entry number, do the following:
1.
2.
3.
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Find the Contacts entry associated with the number you
want to include one or more pauses. (For more
information, refer to “Finding a Contacts Entry” on
page 30.)
Select and edit the desired number. (For more information,
refer to “Editing a Contacts Entry” on page 32.)
Press Options. The following pause options appear in the
display:
• 2-Sec Pause — A 2-second pause after which dialing resumes.
• Wait — A hard pause (waits for input from you).
4. Select the desired pause to add it to the number sequence.
5.
When you’re finished entering information, press SAVE
(
) to store the number to Contacts.
Pause Dial from Contacts
1.
If you stored the number using 2-second pause(s), simply
recall the number from Contacts.
2.
If you stored the number using Wait(s), recall the number
from Contacts and wait for the appropriate prompt from
the dialed number.
3.
Press
to dial the number.
Edit an Existing E-mail Address
1.
Find the Contacts entry you want to edit. (For more
information, refer to “Finding a Contacts Entry” on
page 30.)
2.
Highlight the desired Contacts entry, then press Edit.
The Edit Contact screen appears in the display.
3.
Highlight the Email field.
4.
Use either keypad to edit the e-mail address. (For more
information, refer to “Entering Text” on page 14.)
5.
Press SAVE (
) to save your changes.
Assigning a Picture to a Contacts Entry
When you assign a picture to a Contacts entry, the picture you
assign appears in the display when you receive a call from that
Contact.
1.
2.
Find the Contacts entry you want to edit. For more
information, refer to “Finding a Contacts Entry” on
page 30.
Highlight the desired Contact, then press Edit.
The Edit Contact screen appears in the display.
3.
The Contacts entry screen appears in the display with a
thumbnail view of the selected picture in the Picture ID
field.
6.
Press SAVE to save your Picture ID assignment.
Assigning a Ringtone to a Contacts Entry
When you assign a ringtone to a Contacts entry, the phone plays
the ringtone that you assign when you receive a call from that
Contact instead of the Voice Calls ringtone.
1.
Find the Contacts entry you want to edit. For more
information, refer to “Finding a Contacts Entry” on
page 30.
2.
Highlight the desired Contact, then press Edit. The Edit
Contact screen appears in the display.
3.
Highlight the Ringtone field, then press Set. The My
Ringtones file list appears in the display.
4.
Select the ringtone or sound that you wish to assign to the
Contacts entry. The Contacts entry screen appears in the
display with the name of the selected file in the Ringtone
field.
5.
Press SAVE to save the ringer assignment to the selected
Contacts entry.
Highlight the Picture ID field (at the top of the Edit
Contact screen), then press Set.
A photo gallery screen appears in the display, showing a
series of thumbnail photos. (For more information, refer to
“Using My Images Gallery” on page 72.)
4.
5.
Select the picture that you wish to assign to the Contacts
entry.
If there is no usable picture in the photo gallery screen:
• Press Camera. The camera viewfinder screen appears in the
display.
• Press Take. The picture you have taken appears in the display.
• Press OK.
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Saving a Number After a Call
number type options:
Once you finish a call, you can store the caller’s number to your
Contacts list.
Note: If the call was incoming and Caller ID information was unavailable,
then the Save option is also unavailable.
1.
Press
to end your call. The call time, length of call,
phone number, and name of the party (if available) appear
in the display.
Press Save. The Save screen appears in the display
showing the following options:
• Create New — Lets you create a new Contacts entry.
• Update Existing — Lets you add the number you entered to an
existing Contacts entry.
3. Select the desired option, then follow the instructions in
the upcoming sub-sections depending on whether the
number is a new entry or you are adding it to an existing
entry.
2.
Create a New Entry
1.
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From the Save screen, select Create New. The Create
New screen appears in the display showing the following
Mobile
Home
Pager
Fax
Work
2.
Select the number type that matches your new entry.
3.
Enter a name for the new entry. (For more information,
refer to “Entering Text” on page 14.)
4.
Press SAVE to save the new entry to your Contacts list.
Add to an Existing Entry
1.
From the Save screen, select Update Existing. The
Update Existing screen appears in the display showing
your Contacts list with the Go To field and the first
Contacts entry highlighted.
2.
Find and select the Contacts entry to which you want to
add the new number. (For more information, refer to
“Finding a Contacts Entry” on page 30.)
The following number type options appear in the display:
Mobile
Home
Pager
Fax
Work
more information, refer to “Adding a New Contacts Entry”
on page 31) until you enter a name for the entry.
Note: Number types that are already assigned a number show the number
instead of the number type label.
3.
Select the desired unassigned number type. The Contacts
entry information appears in the display with the new
number posted in the appropriate number type field.
4.
Press SAVE to save your changes to the existing entry.
Speed Dial
A Contacts entry’s Speed Dial number corresponds to the number
keys you press to speed dial one of that entry’s numbers. For
example:
• To speed dial the Contacts entry assigned to Location 5, press and hold
, (1-touch dialing).
• To speed dial the Contacts entry assigned to Location 35, press ,
then press and hold , (2-touch dialing).
• To speed dial the Contacts entry assigned to Location 235, press ,
press , then press and hold , (3-touch dialing).
2.
After entering the Contacts entry name, do not press
. Instead, highlight the number field to be assigned a
Speed Dial number.
3.
Press Options, then select Set Speed Dial. The Speed Dial
screen appears in the display.
4.
Highlight an Unassigned Speed Dial number or enter an
Unassigned Speed Dial number in the Go To field using
either keypad.
Important!: Do not enter Speed Call numbers 1, 211, 311, 411, 611, or 911.
These numbers are already assigned to Voicemail (001),
information, Customer Care, and to emergency use (911).
5.
Press SET (
). You are prompted to confirm your Speed
Dial number assignment.
6.
Press Yes to save your Speed Dial assignment and return
to the Add New Entry screen.
You can assign one or more Speed Dial numbers to a Contacts
entry during new entry creation or by editing an existing entry.
Assignment During Entry Creation
To assign a Speed Call number to a new Contacts entry number,
do the following:
1.
Follow either of the New Contacts entry procedures (For
Press No to discard the assignment and return to the
Speed Dial screen.
7.
Press
to save your changes.
Changing a Speed Dial Location
1.
Find the Contacts entry you want to edit. (For more
information, refer to “Finding a Contacts Entry” on
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page 30.)
add to a Group.
2.
Highlight the desired entry, then press Edit.
– Or –
3.
Highlight the number field marked by the Speed Dial icon
( ).
4.
Press Options, then select Remove speed dial. “Remove
speed dial?” prompts you to confirm your desire to
remove the entry.
Find a Contacts entry (see “Finding a Contacts Entry” on
page 30 for more information) that you want to add to a
Group.
5.
Press Yes to remove the Speed Dial assignment. “Speed
Dial Removed” pops up in the display, and you are
returned to the Edit Contact screen.
6.
Do steps 2 through 7 of the “Assignment During Entry
Creation” procedure on page 36.
Contacts Groups
Contact Groups let you easily send messages to multiple,
selected Contacts. You can also use Groups to find Contact
entries and to add/remove Contacts names in a Group or to
create or rename a Group.
2.
The Select Group screen appears in the display showing
Groups similar to the following:
• No Group
• Business
• Colleague
• Family
• Friends
3. Select the Group to which you want to assign the selected
Contact.
You are returned to the Add New Entry/Edit Contact
screen and the selected Group name populates the Group
field.
Add Contacts Entry to a Group
Using Add New/Edit Contact Option
To add a Contact to a Group using either the Add New Contact
option or the Edit Contact option, do the following:
1.
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Create a Contacts entry (see “Adding a New Contacts
Entry” on page 31 for more information) that you want to
Highlight the Group field, then press Set.
4.
Press
to save your changes.
Using Group Add Option
The Add option lets you add one or more existing Contacts to a
Group.
1.
From the Contacts menu, select Group.
The Group List screen appears in the display showing
Groups similar to the following:
• No Group
• Business
• Colleague
• Family
• Friends
2. Highlight a Group, then press Options. The following
options pop-up in the display:
• Send Message
• Rename
• Erase
• Add
3. Select Add. The Add Contacts screen appears in the
display showing all Contacts entries.
4.
Do one of the following:
• Highlight a Contacts entry you want to add to the group, then press
MARK (
). A checkmark appears in the entry’s checkbox.
Repeat as needed to check all the desired Contacts.
• Press Options ➔ Mark All to mark all Contacts.
Note: To unmark a marked Contact, highlight the Contact and press MARK
(
) to clear the checkmark. To unmark Contacts, press Options ➔
Mark All
5.
When you have marked the Contacts you want to add to
the group, press Done. “Contact added to group”
appears in the display, followed by the selected Group list
including the added Contacts.
Rename a Group
The Rename option lets you change the name any of the Groups,
except No Group.
1.
From the Contacts menu, select Group. The Group List
screen appears in the display.
2.
Highlight a Group name (other than No Group) that you
wish to change, then press Options.
3.
Select Rename.
The Rename Group screen appears in the display.
4.
Enter changes to the group name using either keypad. (For
more information, refer to “Entering Text” on page 14.)
5.
When you have completed your changes to the Group
name, press SAVE.
“Group Renamed” appears in the display followed by the
Group List screen showing your renamed Group.
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Add a New Group
Find the Contacts entry you want to delete. (For more
information, refer to “Finding a Contacts Entry” on
page 30.)
Press New. The New Group screen appears in the display.
2.
Enter a new group name using either keypad. (For more
information, refer to “Entering Text” on page 14.)
Highlight the desired entry, then press Options, and select
Erase. The phone prompts you to confirm the erasure.
3.
Press Yes to confirm erasure of the selected Contact. Press
No to retain the Contact.
1.
From the Contacts menu, select Group. The Group List
screen appears in the display.
2.
3.
4.
Press SAVE. “Group Saved” appears in the display
followed by the Group List screen showing your new
Group.
Erase a Group
The Erase option lets you delete a Group, thus freeing you to
reassign the Contacts formerly in the Group.
1.
From the Contacts menu, select Group. The Group List
screen appears in the display.
2.
Highlight the Group you wish to delete, then press
Options, and select Erase.
You are prompted to confirm the Group erasure.
3.
Press Yes to confirm erasure of the highlighted Group.
Press No to retain the Group.
Note: When you delete a Group, the assigned Contacts entries return to No
Group.
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Deleting a Contacts Entry
1.
The New option lets you add Groups.
Metro411
The Metro411 menu option lets you access Metro411 Directory
Assistance service.
䊳
From the Contacts menu, select Metro411.
A Metro411 Diretory Assistance screen appears in the
display.
Tip: If Metro411 is not pre-installed on your phone, @metro automatically
lauches so that you can locate and download the Metro411 application.
Downloading Metro411
You can download Metro411 from your Wireless Provider’s server
using @metro. For information on airtime charges, contact your
Wireless Provider.
1.
At the @metro screen, select MobileShop (
catalog menu appears in the display.
). The
2.
Search for the Metro411 application.
3.
Follow the instructions in your phone’s display.
Note: For more information about Metro411 Directory Assistance service,
contact your Wireless Provider.
Memory Info
The Memory Info menu option lets you view the amount of
memory you have used to store Contacts entries, as well as the
memory remaining to store more Contacts entries.
䊳
From the Contacts menu, select Memory Info.
The Memory Info Contacts screen appears in the display
showing the amount of memory Used and remaining (Free)
for Contacts entries.
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Section 6: @metro
With @metro, you can download full featured applications over
the air including games, personalized ring tones, pictures, and
more. You can send and receive instant messages and email, or
browse the web to catch up on all the latest news.
This section outlines how to obtain games and other applications
for your phone. For more information, contact your Wireless
Provider.
Accessing @metro (Mobile Shop)
1.
In Standby mode, select @metro (
– or –
In Standby mode, select
Menu (
) ➔ @metro ➔
@metro.
The @metro screen
appears in the display as
shown.
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).
Applications Shopping and Downloading
Download games, ring tones, e-mail, and more using the Mobile
Shop. For information on airtime charges, contact your Wireless
Provider.
1.
At the @metro screen, select MobileShop. The catalog
menu appears in the display.
2.
Follow the instructions in your phone’s display.
Note: Please check with your Wireless Provider for availability of
applications.
Section 7: Messages
This section explains how to send or receive different types of
messages. This section also describes the features and
functionality associated with messaging.
Note: Although the procedures in this section are written for the phone
keypad, you can also perform these procedures using the QWERTY
keypad.
Types of Messages
Your phone is able to send and receive Text, Picture, Email, and
Instant messages to compatible phones and devices.
Note: Available memory is shared between all messages. You can store up to
500 Text messages (up to 160 characters each) or 100 Picture
messages.
Create and Send Text Messages
1.
In Standby mode, press Messages.
– or –
Select Menu (
) ➔ Messages ➔ Send Message ➔
Text Message. The Create Txt Msg screen appears in the
display showing the To: list.
Tip: To launch the Create Txt Msg screen using a voice command — In
Standby mode, press and hold until the phone prompts, “Say a
command.” Say “Send Text” into the microphone. You are then prompted
to say a Contact name or a number for the first recipient of the
message.
2.
Enter the phone number or e-mail address of the recipient,
then press OK. The Text: appears in the display.
Tip: Press Add to display a pop-up menu containing: Contacts, Groups, and
Recent Calls. These options allow you to find and add recipients to the
To: list.
3.
Enter the text content of your message using the keypad.
(For more information, refer to “Entering Text” on
page 14.)
4.
At any point while composing a message:
• To change the text entry mode, press the Left soft key and select
the desired text entry mode. (For more information, refer to
“Entering Text” on page 14.)
• To complete the message text and set message send options,
press Options. The following options appear in the display:
– Edit Send To — Edit the recipient’s number or email address.
– Add Quick Text — Insert pre-composed text into your message.
– Save As Draft — Save the message to your Drafts box.
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– Priority Level — Choose High or Normal.
– Validity Period — Enter the Date when this message will cease to be
valid, then use the Left and Right navigation keys to choose the Time.
– Delivery Ack — Choose On or Off — Requests confirmation when
your message is received.
– Add To Contacts — Save the recipient’s number or e-mail address as
a Contacts list entry.
5.
Once you’re finished entering your message, press Send.
Receive Text Messages
When you receive a message in Standby mode, the ringer sounds
(unless turned off) and New Message appears in the display
along with the closed envelope icon ( ). The date and time of
the message also appear in the display along with the following
options:
• View Now — Opens the message, where you have the option to
Forward, Reply With Copy, Save Quick Text, Lock, Add To Contacts,
Message Info, or Extract.
• View Later — Saves the message to your inbox, where you can view
it later, then returns your phone to Standby mode.
Select the option of your choice.
Receive Messages While in a Call
When you receive a message while in a call, New Message
appears in the display along with the closed envelope icon (
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).
The date and time of the message also appear in the display
along with the following options:
• View Now — Opens the message, where you have the option to
Forward, Reply With Copy, Save Quick Text, Lock, Add To Contacts,
Message Info, or Extract.
• View Later — Saves the message to your inbox, where you can view
it later, and returns your phone to call mode.
Select the option of your choice.
Send Picture Messages in Camera Mode
Picture messages can be sent to recipients with compatible
phones or devices. You can even accompany a Picture message
with a voice memo or preloaded sound.
Tip: You can send a Picture message to up to ten recipients. Enter each
recipient’s address or phone number in a separate Send to field of the
Picture message composer.
1.
In Standby mode, press and hold the Camera key
(
). The camera viewfinder screen appears in the
display.
2.
Using the display as a viewfinder, when the image that you
wish to send appears in the display, press Take to take a
picture.
Note: For more information about using the camera feature in your phone,
see “Camera” on page 62.
3.
Press Send to save the picture and begin delivery process.
The Create Pic Msg screen then appears in the display
with the Send To: list highlighted.
4.
Enter the phone number or e-mail address of the recipient
of the Picture message, then press OK.
Tip: Press Add to display a pop-up menu containing: Contact, Groups, and
Recent Calls. These options allow you to find and add recipients to the
Send To: list.
5.
The Subject: field appears in the display. Enter a subject
for the Picture message using the keypad. (For more
information, refer to “Entering Text” on page 14.)
6.
Press the Down navigation key until the Text: field is
highlighted, then enter the message text using the keypad.
(For more information, refer to “Entering Text” on
page 14.)
7.
Your new picture appears in the Picture: field.
8.
If you wish to insert a sound into your Picture message,
use the Down navigation key to highlight the Sound: field
and do the following; otherwise, proceed to step 10.
• Press Sounds. The My Ringtones screen appears in the display
showing the following options:
– Record New — Record a new memo to insert into the message.
Note: You can record and insert a voice memo of up to 60 seconds in length,
if you record first before attaching a picture. If a picture is attached
before recording, the size of the voice memo is limited to the amount
of remaining memory.
– Audio files list — Select from the list of previously recorded voice
memos and preloaded audio files on your phone.
Select an option to insert a sound into your message.
Press
to exit the pop-up menu without inserting a sound.
9. To complete the message text and set message send
options, press Options. The following options appear in
the display:
• Preview — View the picture as the recipient will see it.
• Add Quick Text — Add pre-composed text to your message.
• Save As Draft — Save the message to your Draft folder.
• Priority Level — Choose High, Normal, or Low.
• Validity Period — Enter the Date when this message will cease to
be valid, then use the Left and Right navigation keys to choose the
Time.
• Delivery Ack — Choose On or Off — Requests confirmation when
your message is received.
• Remove Picture — Remove the picture from your message.
• Remove Sound — Remove the sound file from your message.
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• Add To Contacts — Save the recipient’s number or e-mail address
as a Contacts list entry.
Select the desired option.
prompted to say a Contact name or a number for the first recipient of the
message.
3.
10. Press SEND to send the message. “Pic Msg Sending”
appears in the display and a progress bar indicates the
send status.
Send Picture Messages in Standby mode
Send Picture messages to recipients with a compatible phone or
other device, and accompany a Picture message with a voice
memo, ringtone, or downloaded melody.
Tip: You can send a Picture message to up to ten recipients. Enter each
recipient’s address or phone number in a separate Send To field of the
Picture message composer.
1.
In Standby mode, press Messages.
Tip: Press Add to display a pop-up menu containing: Contact, Groups, and
Recent Calls. These options allow you to find and add recipients to the
To: list.
4.
The Subject: field appears in the display. Enter a subject
for the Picture message using the keypad. (For more
information, refer to “Entering Text” on page 14.)
5.
Highlight the Text: field, then enter the message text using
either keypad. (For more information, refer to “Entering
Text” on page 14.)
6.
For a Picture Message, highlight the Picture: field, then
press Picture. A photo gallery of thumbnail images
appears in the display.
7.
Do one of the following:
• Select a picture to add it to your message. The picture is inserted
into your message.
To expand the highlighted picture for easier viewing, press View.
• Include a new picture by doing the following:
– Press Camera. The Camera viewfinder screen appears.
– Press Take to take the picture.
– or –
Select Menu (
2.
) ➔ Messages.
Then select Send Message ➔ Picture Message. The
Create Pic Msg screen appears in the display with the
Send To tab highlighted and showing the To: list.
Tip: To launch the Create Pic Msg screen using a voice command — In
Standby mode, press and hold until the phone prompts, “Say a
command.” Say “Send Picture” into the microphone. You are then
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Enter the phone number or e-mail address of the recipient
using the keypad, then press .
– Press Send. The picture is inserted into your message.
Note: For more information about using the camera feature of your phone,
see “Camera” on page 62.
You are returned to the Create Pic Msg screen with the
selected picture in the Picture: field.
8.
For a Picture Message, if you wish to insert a sound into
your message, highlight the Sound: field, then press
Sounds. The My Ringtones screen appears in the display.
9.
Do one of the following:
• Select a file from the list of previously recorded voice memos and
preloaded audio files on your phone.
• Select Record New and record a new voice memo, then select the
new recorded sound file to add it to the message.
Note: You can record and insert a voice memo of up to 60 seconds in length,
if you record first before attaching a picture. If a picture is attached
before recording, the size of the voice memo is limited to the amount
of remaining memory.
• Press
to exit the My Ringtones screen without selecting a
sound.
10. Press Options to complete the message text and set
message send options. The following options appear in the
display:
• Preview — View the picture as the recipient will see it.
• Add Quick Text — Available when the Text field is highlighted —
Add pre-composed text to your message.
• Save As Draft — Save the message to your Drafts folder.
• Priority Level — Choose High, Normal, or Low.
• Validity Period — Enter the Date when this message will cease
to be valid, then use the Left and Right navigation keys to choose
the Time.
• Delivery Ack — Choose On or Off — Requests confirmation
when your message is received.
• Remove Picture — Remove the picture from your message.
• Remove Sound — Remove the sound file from your message.
• Add To Contacts — Save the recipient’s number or e-mail
address as a Contacts list entry.
Select the desired option and setting.
11. Press SEND to send the message. “Pic Msg Sending”
appears in the display and a progress bar indicates the
send status.
Receive Picture Messages
When you receive a Picture Message in Standby mode, the ringer
sounds (unless turned off) and New Message appears in the
display along with the closed envelope icon ( ).
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The date and time of the message also appear in the display
along with the following options:
• View Now — Retrieves and opens the message, where you have the
option to Reply, Forward, Delete, Save Text, Save Pic, or Save Msg.
• View Later — Saves the message to your inbox, where you can view
it later, then returns your phone to Standby mode.
Select the desired option.
View a Picture Message Later
1.
In the Messages menu, select Inbox. The Inbox appears in
the display.
2.
Select the new message. “Connecting” appears in the
display followed by “Retrieving” and a progress bar
indicating that the message is downloading to your phone.
3.
Once a Picture message has been downloaded to your
phone, the new Picture message appears in the display. If
the message includes a sound file, the phone begins
playing it.
Note: For more information on viewing and managing received picture
messages, see “Inbox” on page 48.
View a Picture Message Now
1.
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After you select the View Now option, “Connecting”
appears in the display followed by “Retrieving” and a
progress bar indicating that the message is downloading
to your phone.
2.
After the Picture message has downloaded, an alert
sounds, and the new Picture message appears in the
display. If the message includes a sound file, the phone
begins playing it.
While viewing your message press Options. The following
options appear in the display:
• Play Again — Play the sound file included in the picture message
again.
• Forward — Send a copy of this message to another recipient.
• Erase — Delete the current message, if it is unlocked.
• Save Picture — Save the picture included in this message to the
My Images folder.
• Save Sound — Save the sound file included in this message to
the My Sounds folder.
• Lock / Unlock — Block/permit erasure of the highlighted
message.
• Add To Contacts — Save the sender’s number to your Contacts.
• Message Info — Shows message delivery status, addressee,
size, and so on.
• Extract — Call the sender of the received message.
4. Select an option to perform its function.
3.
Email
䊳
In Standby mode, do one of the following:
• Select mail@metro (
).
• Press Messages, then select Email.
• Select Menu (
) ➔ Messages ➔ Email.
The Email screen appears in the display.
IM
䊳
In Standby mode, do one of the following:
• Select Mobile IM (
).
• Press Messages, then select IM.
• Select Menu (
) ➔ Messages ➔ IM.
The IM screen appears in the display.
Message Boxes
Your phone stores messages in any one of five message boxes.
The subsections that follow describe each message box in detail.
Inbox
Received messages of all types (except Voicemail) are stored in
the Inbox.
1.
In the Messages menu, select Inbox. The Inbox appears in
the display showing a list of received messages.
2.
Highlight the message you wish to view, then press OPEN
to view contents of the highlighted message.
While viewing your message, press Options. The following
options appear in the display:
• Play again — Picture Messages Only — Replay the sound or
video attached to the message.
• Forward — Send a copy of this message to another recipient.
• Reply With Copy — Text Messages Only — Compose and send
a reply message to the originator of the received message and
include a copy of the original message.
• Save Picture — Picture Messages Only — Save the picture
included in this message to the My Images folder.
• Save Sound — Picture Messages Only — Save the audio file
(sound) included in this message to the My Sounds folder.
• Save Quick Text — Text Messages Only — Save the text in this
message as a new Quick Text.
• Lock / Unlock — Block/permit erasure of the message.
• Add To Contacts — Save the sender’s number to your Contacts.
• Message Info — Shows message delivery status, addressee,
size, and so on.
• Extract — Call the sender of the received message. Extract
4. Select an option to perform its function.
3.
Tip: While in a call, press Options, then select Messages.
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Messages and Lock Mode
Your phone can still receive messages while in Lock Mode. The
time and date of the message appear in the display, but you
cannot access the message until you enter the lock code.
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1.
In the Messages menu, select Inbox. The Inbox appears in
the display showing a list of received messages.
2.
Highlight a message in the list. You have the following
options:
• To remove the highlighted message from the Inbox, press Erase.
• To review the highlighted message, press OPEN.
• For more options, press Options. The following options appear in
the display:
– Reply — Compose and send a reply message to the originator of the
received message.
– Reply With Copy — Text Messages Only — Compose and send a
reply message to the originator of the received message and include a
copy of the original message.
– Forward — Send a copy of this message to another recipient.
– Lock / Unlock — Block/permit erasure of the highlighted message.
– Add To Contacts — Save the sender’s number to your Contacts.
– Erase Multiple — Delete selected unlocked messages from the Inbox.
– Message Info — Shows message delivery status, addressee, size,
and so on.
Select an option to perform its function.
Outbox
Your phone stores messages in the Outbox, regardless of
whether the message was successfully transmitted. Verify if and
when a message or e-mail was successfully received by enabling
the Enh. Delivery Ack/Delivery Ack feature.
Managing Outbox Messages
1.
In the Messages menu, select Outbox. Your list of sent
messages appear in the display.
2.
Highlight a message in the list. You have the following
options:
• To remove the highlighted message from the Inbox, press Erase.
• To review the highlighted message, press OPEN.
• For more options, press Options. The following options appear in
the display:
– Forward — Send the highlighted message to another recipient.
– Resend — Send another copy of the highlighted message to the
original recipient.
– Lock / Unlock — Block/permit erasure of the highlighted message.
– Add To Contacts — Save the recipient’s number to your Contacts.
– Erase Multiple — Select unlocked messages for deletion.
– Message Info — Shows message delivery status, addressee, size,
and so on.
Select an option to perform its function.
Draft Box
Messages in the Draft Box are those that have been composed
but never sent. You can return to the Draft Box at any time to
view, edit, or send a draft message.
View and Edit Draft Text Messages
1.
In the Messages menu, select Drafts. A list of any draft
messages that you’ve saved appears in the display.
2.
Highlight a text message that you wish to view or edit, then
press EDIT. The Create Txt Msg screen appears in the
display.
3.
Enter or change the recipient’s number and/or e-mail
address and the message text using the keypad. (For more
information, refer to “Entering Text” on page 14.)
4.
To complete the message text and set message send
options, press Options. The following options appear in
the display:
• Edit Send To — Change, add, or remove recipients from this
message.
• Add Quick Text — Insert pre-composed text into your message.
• Save As Draft — Save the message to your Drafts box.
• Priority Level — Choose High or Normal.
• Validity Period — Enter the Date when this message will cease
to be valid, then use the Left and Right navigation keys to choose
the Time.
• Delivery Ack — Choose On or Off — Requests confirmation
when your message is received.
• Add To Contacts — Save the recipient’s number or e-mail
address to your Contacts.
Create a Draft Message
1.
2.
In the Messages menu, select Send Message and then
select one of the following Send Message options:
• Text Message
• Picture Message
The Create Txt Msg / Create Pic Msg screen appears in
the display showing the To: list.
Enter the phone Number or Email address of a recipient,
then press OK.
Tip: Press Add to display a pop-up menu containing: Contacts, Groups, and
Recent Calls. These options allow you to find and add recipients to the
Send To: list.
3.
Compose your message using the keypad, press Options,
then select Save As Draft. “Message saved in drafts”
appears in the display and your message is saved to the
Drafts box.
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5.
Select an option to perform its function.
6.
When you have completed composing your message,
press SEND to send it.
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1.
In the Messages menu, select Drafts. A list of any draft
messages that you’ve saved appears in the display.
2.
Highlight the picture message that you wish to view, then
press EDIT. The Create Pic Msg screen appears in the
display.
3.
Make any needed changes and press Options. The
following options appear in the display:
• Preview — Shows the message contents.
• Add Quick Text — Insert pre-composed text into your message.
• Save As Draft — Saves the changed message to the Draft Box.
• Priority Level — Choose High, Normal, or Low.
• Validity Period — Enter the Date when this message will cease
to be valid, then use the Left and Right navigation keys to choose
the Time.
• Delivery Ack — Choose On or Off — Requests confirmation
when your message is received.
• Remove Picture — Remove image included in draft message.
• Remove Sound — Remove sound file included in draft message.
• Add To Contacts — Save the recipient’s number or e-mail
address to your Contacts.
4. Select an option to perform its function.
5.
When you have completed composing your message,
press SEND to send it.
Managing Draft Messages
1.
In the Messages menu, select Drafts. A list of any draft
messages that you’ve composed appears in the display.
2.
Highlight a message, then do one of the following:
• To remove the highlighted message from the Drafts box, press
Erase.
• To access other options, press Options. The following options
appear in the display:
– Send — Send the highlighted message to the number or e-mail
address currently included with the message.
– Lock / Unlock — Block/permit erasure of the highlighted message.
– Add To Contacts — Save the recipient’s number and/or e-mail
address to your Contacts.
– Save Quick Text — Save the message text as Quick Text for insertion
into other messages.
– Erase Multiple — Delete selected unlocked draft messages.
Select an option to perform its function.
Voicemail
Messages in your voice mailbox are logged in the Voicemail box
of the Messages menu. Open the Voicemail box to view the
details of the Voicemail message.
When you’re notified of a new voicemail message by an alert
tone and the new message icon, the following options pop:
• Listen Now — Calls your voice mailbox and lets you listen to your
messages.
• Listen Later — Returns you to Standby mode where you can choose
to call your mailbox and review your messages at a later time.
Listen to Voicemail Now
1.
In Standby mode, select Listen Now in the New Voicemail
pop-up. Your phone automatically calls your voice mailbox.
2.
Follow the voice prompts to access your voicemail
messages.
Listen to Voicemail Later
If you have chosen to review your voicemail messages at a later
time:
1.
In the Messages menu, select Voicemail. The Voicemail
screen appears in the display, showing the number of new
voicemail messages received and the date and time the
latest message was received.
Tip: You can also access your voicemail from Standby mode, by pressing and
holdling to speed call your voice mailbox.
2.
Follow the voice prompts to access your voicemail
messages.
Erase Messages
You can erase all of the messages in any or all of message boxes
using one convenient sub-menu.
Note: This function erases all messages in the selected message box. To
delete a single message, go to the respective message box, highlight
the message, and press Erase. (For more information, refer to
“Managing Inbox Messages” on page 49, “Managing Outbox
Messages” on page 49, or “Managing Draft Messages” on page 51.)
In the Messages menu, select Erase Messages. The
following options appear in the display:
• Inbox — Deletes all unlocked messages stored in the Inbox.
• Outbox — Deletes all unlocked messages stored in the Outbox.
• Drafts — Deletes all unlocked messages stored in the Drafts box.
• All Messages — Deletes all unlocked messages stored in all of
the message boxes, except Voicemail.
2. Select the message box containing the messages you
want to delete. You’re prompted to confirm the erasure of
all messages in the selected box or in all boxes.
1.
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3.
To delete the messages, press Yes. To cancel deleting the
messages, press No.
Message Settings
Use the Msg Settings sub-menus to define settings for general,
text, and picture messages.
General Message Settings
1.
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In the Messages menu, select Msg Settings ➔ General.
The following options appear in the display.
• Auto Save — Choose whether your messages are saved
automatically when you exit them (On, Off, Prompt).
• Auto Erase — Choose to receive (On) or not receive (Off) a
warning message when you delete a message.
• Quick Text — Edit your pre-composed messages, which can then
be inserted into new messages.
• Voicemail # — Edit or view your Voicemail number.
• Entry Mode — Choose the default method for entering text into
messages (T9word, T9 Word, T9WORD, abc, Abc, ABC, 123/
Sym).
• Callback # — Choose whether to include a callback phone
number with your outgoing messages, and enter the number to be
included.
• Signature — Choose whether to include a text signature in
outgoing message text, and enter the text to be included.
• Reminder — Select whether and how often you will hear and/or
feel a reminder that you have received a message (Once, Every 2
Minutes, Every 15 Minutes, Off).
2. Select the desired option, then select the desired setting or
enter the desired value.
Editing and Entering Quick Text
1.
In the Messages menu, select Msg Settings ➔ General ➔
Quick Text. The Quick Text sub-menu appears in the
display.
2.
Select a Quick Text you want to change.
Note: You cannot change the pre-defined Quick Text included with your
phone.
3.
To create a new Quick Text, press New.
Tip: You can also create new Quick Text by viewing/editing an Outbox
message and using the Save Quick Text option in the Options menu. See
“Managing Outbox Messages” on page 49 for more information.
4.
Enter/change the text content of your Quick Text using
either keypad. (For more information, refer to “Entering
Text” on page 14.)
5.
To save your finished Quick Text, press
. The Quick
Text menu appears in the display with your new Quick Text
highlighted.
Text Message Settings
In the Messages menu, select Msg Settings ➔ Text
Message. The following options appear in the display.
• Auto View — On/Off (default) — With Auto View On, the full
content of a text message appears in the display as the messages
is received.
• Signature — Create a signature, which can be included at the
bottom of outgoing message text.
• Auto Scroll — On/Off — With Auto Scroll On, the full content of a
text message automatically rolls upward on the display, one screenfull at a time.
• Message View — Chat/Normal (default) — With Message View
set to Chat, multiple text messages exchanged with a single
addressee appear as a chat session.
2. Select the desired option, then select the desired setting or
enter the desired value.
1.
• Reply — Select type of message to be sent (TXT Message or
Picture Message) when you reply to Picture messages.
2. Select the desired option, then select the desired setting or
enter the desired value.
Picture Message Settings
1.
In the Messages menu, select Msg Settings ➔ Picture
Message. The following options appear in the display.
• Auto Receive — On/Off — With Auto Receive On, Picture
messages automatically download and display as they are
received. With Auto Receive Off, you are prompted to download
Picture messages.
• Signature — Create a signature, which can be included at the
bottom of outgoing Picture message text.
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Section 8: MetroWEB
This section outlines how to launch MetroWEB, how to navigate
to other pages on the web, and how the keys on the QWERTY
keypad are used with the web application. Additionally, links to
other sites are briefly discussed.
MetroWEB
With MetroWEB, you can conveniently surf the web and
download ringtones and wallpapers using your phone. Each time
you launch MetroWEB, your phone connects to the Internet and
the service indicator icon (
) appears in the display.
Stored Web Content
MetroWEB ends an Internet connection after a certain period of
inactivity, however some information from your session remains
stored in the phone (if you leave your phone turned on). You can
access this information without reconnecting to the Internet.
However, if you are viewing stored information, and you select a
link to a site that was not accessed in your last session, you
automatically re-connect to the Internet.
Launching MetroWEB
1.
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In Standby mode, do one of the following to launch
MetroWEB:
• Select MetroWEB (
).
– Or –
• Select Menu (
) ➔ MetroWEB ➔ MetroWEB.
2. A list of categories (each representing one or more web
sites) appears in the display.
3.
Use the arrow keys to browse the categories.
4.
Once the desired category is highlighted, press
enter the category list.
to
Exit MetroWEB
䊳
To exit MetroWEB, press
.
Using MetroWEB
When you use MetroWEB, some of the keys operate differently
than during a normal phone call. MetroWEB presents on-screen
items in any of the following ways:
• Text or numeric input.
• Links (embedded in content).
• Numbered options (some may not be numbered).
• Simple text.
You can act upon options or links by using the soft keys.
MetroWEB soft keys
At the bottom of the MetroWEB display is a bar that contains
browser commands. The Left and Right (
) soft keys
on the keypad are used to execute the commands that appear in
their respective corners of the display. These are called “soft
keys” because their functions change depending on the
application.
Using Links
Links have several purposes, such as jumping to a different
page, to a different site, or even initiating a phone call. Links are
shown inside of brackets ([ ]). You can normally use the Left soft
key (
) to select a link when it is highlighted.
How MetroWEB Keys Work
The following table lists MetroWEB keys and their functions.
Navigation Key — Use to browse lists
and options.
SHIFT Key — Press before entering text to
enable uppercase characters.
Spacebar — Press to insert a space when
entering text.
Number 1 thru 0 — Use the number keys
to select items in a menu if they are
numbered.
End Key — Press to exit the MetroWEB
and return the phone to Standby mode.
Left Soft Key — Press to activate the
command that appears above it in the
display.
Right Soft Key — Press to activate the
command that appears above it in the
display.
Back Key — Press once to back up one
page. Press and hold to go back to home
page. Press once to clear the last number,
letter, or symbol entered. Press and hold to
completely clear the entry.
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Section 9: Loopt®
With Loopt, you can locate friends on a map, using GPS
technology.
Note: Please check with your Wireless Provider for availability of the Loopt
application.
This section outlines how to launch Loopt. For more information,
contact your Wireless Provider.
Accessing Loopt
1.
In Standby mode, select
Loopt (
). The Loopt
screen appears in the
display, as shown.
Tip: If Loopt is not pre-installed on your
phone, @metro automatically
lauches so that you can locate and
download the Loopt application.
Downloading Loopt
You can download Loopt from your Wireless Provider’s server
using @metro. For information on airtime charges, contact your
Wireless Provider.
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1.
At the @metro screen, select MobileShop (
catalog menu appears in the display.
2.
Search for the Loopt application.
3.
Follow the instructions in your phone’s display.
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Section 10: Voice SVC
This section explains how you can use and customize your
phone’s Voice SVC voice recognition feature.
Voice SVC Options
Your Samsung SCH-r350 includes Nuance Vsuite, state-of-theart voice recognition software that lets you use your voice to dial
numbers, access your Contacts list, and open Tools. To access
your phone’s voice recognition, do the following:
In Standby mode, select Menu (
) ➔ Tools ➔
Voice SVC. The following options appear in the display:
• Voice Commands — Lets you place calls, access your Contacts
List, review your appointments, and more by speaking commands
into your phone. Also see “Voice Dialing” on page 20 and “Voice
Method” on page 30 for more information.
• Voice Settings — Lets you tailor Vsuite to better respond to your
voice and your phone use preferences. See “Digit Dialing” on
page 60 for more information.
2. Select the desired sub-menu.
1.
Voice Commands
To access the Voice Command menu, do one of the following:
• In Standby mode, press and hold .
“Say a Command” appears in the display and plays through the
earpiece, followed by a list of available commands.
• In Standby mode, select Menu (
) ➔ Tools ➔ Voice SVC ➔
Voice Commands.
Note: You can also set your phone to start VoiceSignal when you connect an
optional headset to the phone. (For more information, see “Voice
Launch” on page 61)
The following voice commands appear in the display:
• Call — Lets you dial the phone by saying any name stored in your
Contacts list, without ever having to record, or “train” that name.
VoiceSignal automatically voice-activates all your Contacts, even if you
have hundreds of them stored on your phone. You can also dial any
telephone number, even if it is not stored in your Contacts list, by
saying the digits in the number. (For more information, refer to “Voice
Dialing” on page 20.)
• Send Text — Lets you access Messages ➔ Send Message ➔
Text Message.
• Send Picture — Lets you access Messages ➔ Send Message ➔
Picture Message.
• Lookup — Lets you find a Contact by name and review the Contact’s
information.
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Voice SVC ➔ Voice Settings.
• Go to — Lets you access the following list of your phone’s features
and functions:
– Contacts
– Calls
– Messages
– MetroWEB
– @metro
– VoiceSVC
– Multimedia
– Tools
– Settings
• Check — Lets you say a single command (such as “Status”) to verify
your phone's: Status, Signal, Coverage, Battery, or My phone #.
Note: Speaking clearly, say the command that you want to use. If VoiceSignal
does not recognize a command, it prompts you to repeat the
command. If VoiceSignal still does not recognized the command, it
tells you “Sorry, no match found” and cancels voice recognition.
Voice Command Tips:
• Make sure you wait for the beep before speaking.
• Speak clearly at a normal volume, as if you were talking on the phone.
Voice Settings
To access the Voice Settings menu:
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In Standby mode, select Menu (
) ➔ Tools ➔
Choice Lists
When Vsuite cannot recognize a name or number, it displays a
choice list of up to three possible choices, and prompts you to
confirm the correct one.
You can select how Vsuite will use choice lists with name dialing,
digit dialing, and Contacts.
To change the way Vsuite uses choice lists:
From the Voice Settings menu, select Choice Lists. The
following options appear in the display:
• Automatic — Vsuite displays a choice list only when it is not sure
if it has correctly recognized the name or number.
• Always On — Vsuite always displays a choice list, even when
there is only one choice.
• Always Off — Vsuite never displays a choice list.
2. Select a new setting or press
to return to the Voice
Settings menu.
1.
Sensitivity
1.
From the Voice Settings menu, select Sensitivity.
2.
Use the Up and Down navigation keys to adjust the
selected Sensitivity setting incrementally between Reject
More spoken commands or names and Reject Less
spoken commands or names.
3.
Press
to accept the new setting. Press
to
discard the new setting and return to the Voice Settings
menu.
Digit Dialing
If you regularly have trouble with Vsuite not recognizing the
numbers you speak, try adapting digit dialing to your voice.
Adapting can improve the accuracy of digit recognition,
especially for people with strong regional accents.
Note: After you adapt Digit Dial, your phone is customized to your voice, and
your voice only. Others will not be able to use it unless they reset the
phone to factory defaults.
using your phone. (You can always reset digit adaptation to its original
state, as described below.)
Adapt Digits
To adapt digit dialing, do the following:
1.
From the Voice Settings menu, select Digit Dialing ➔
Adapt Digits. Your phone displays text describing the
Adapt Digits process.
2.
Press
. Your phone displays the first digit sequence
and “Please say” plays through the speaker followed by
the four digits appearing in the display.
3.
Wait for the beep and say the digits using your normal tone
of voice. After a moment, the phone plays back the
recording and prompts “Did the recording sound ok?”
• If the recording was good, say “Yes.”
• If you need to re-record, say “No.”
If you say “No,” the phone prompts you to pronounce the
digits again. Wait for the beep and then say the digits.
Adaptation involves recording several sequences of four digits
each. The recording process takes about a minute.
Tips for Adapting Digit Dialing
• Use Adapt Digits in a quiet place.
• Make sure you wait for the beep before starting to speak.
• Speak clearly, and say each digit distinctly.
• If you make a mistake while recording a sequence of digits, or if there
is an unexpected noise that spoils the recording, re-record that
sequence.
• Only adapt digits if you are regularly having problems with digit dialing.
Once you adapt, digit dialing will not work as well for other people
Repeat this step until you’re satisfied with the recording.
4.
After confirming that the recording sounds “OK”, continue
the recording process with the next set of digits.
5.
After 10 sets of digits, the phone asks whether you want to
do more adaptation. Answer “Yes.”
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6.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 for another 10 sets of digits. After the
second group of 10 sets of digits, “Adaptation complete”
plays through the speaker and you are returned to the
Digit Dialing menu.
Reset Digits
To reset digit dialing to factory default settings, do the following:
1.
From the Voice Settings menu, select Digit Dialing ➔
Reset Digits. The phone prompts you to confirm digit rest.
2.
To reset your digit adaptation, press OK. To cancel, press
Back.
Sound
Sound lets you specify what (if any) text prompts you want your
phone to read to you through the earpiece.
From the Voice Settings menu, select Sound. The following
options appear in the display:
• Prompts — On/Off — Enables or disables audio prompts.
• Digits — On/Off — Enables or disables digit playback.
• Names — On/Off — Enables or disables name playback.
• Name Settings — Lets you adjust the Speed (Faster or Slower)
and Volume (Louder or Softer) of your phone’s audio name
playback.
2. Select the desired option and the desired setting.
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Voice Launch
To set the key or action that launches Nuance Vsuite, do the
following:
From the Voice Settings menu, select Voice Launch. The
following options appear in the display:
• Key Only — Press and hold to activate Voice Launch for one
call.
• Key/EarMic — Attach a headset to your phone. Press and hold
, or press and hold the button on the headset to activate Voice
Launch.
2. To save the new setting, press
. To discard the new
setting and return to the Voice Settings menu, press
.
1.
About
This option causes the About Nuance screen to appear in the
display, showing version and build information about the Vsuite
software included on your phone.
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From the Voice Settings menu, select About.
The About Nuance screen appears in the display showing
the version level of the Vsuite software currently installed
on your phone.
Section 11: Camera
Use your Samsung SCH-r350 phone to take full color digital
pictures, display them on your phone’s vivid color display, and
instantly share them with family and friends. It’s fun, and as easy
to use as a traditional point-and-click camera. This section
explains how you can do the following:
• Take pictures with your phone’s built-in digital camera.
• Send and receive pictures taken with your phone’s camera.
• Set the several options associated with the camera that help you take
crisp, clear pictures.
Taking Pictures
Taking pictures with the built-in camera is as simple as choosing
a subject, pointing the lens (located on the rear of your phone, at
the top), and pressing a button.
Taking Snap Shots (Single Pictures)
To take a single picture using the current camera settings, do the
following:
1.
In Standby mode, press and hold the Camera key (
)
on the right side of the phone. The camera viewfinder
screen appears in the display. (For more information, refer
to “Screen Layout” on page 64.)
Note: You can also activate the camera by selecting Menu (
Multimedia ➔ Camera.
)➔
2.
Using the display as a viewfinder, point the camera at your
subject.
3.
When the image that you wish to capture appears in the
display, press the Camera key (
) or press Take. The
photo you’ve taken appears in the display.
• To discard the photo, press Erase.
• To send the photo as part of a Picture message, press Send.
• To save the picture to memory, press Save.
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• Mosaic Shot — Lets you take a mosaic photo that combines
multiple shots. Choose 2X2 for 4 shots, or 3x3 for 9 shots.
• Fun Frames — Lets you temporarily apply one of the preloaded
picture frames in your phone to characterize or enhance one or
more pictures.
When you select Series Shot, the Series progress bar
(
) appears in the display.
Tip: You can change a number of the camera’s settings to suit particular
uses for your pictures. For more information, refer to “Camera Options”
on page 66.
Taking Multi Shot Pictures
When taking pictures of moving subjects or subjects you cannot
pose, such as children and pets, the camera’s Multi Shot mode
simplifies the process of taking multiple pictures in quick
succession. After taking Multi Shot pictures, the camera
automatically displays thumbnail views of the pictures you have
just taken so you can select the best picture(s) and discard the
rest.
1.
In Standby mode, press and hold the Camera key (
)
on the right side of the phone. The camera viewfinder
screen appears in the display. (For more information, refer
to “Screen Layout” on page 64.)
Note: You can also activate the camera from Standby mode by selecting
Menu (
) ➔ Multimedia ➔ Camera.
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Press Options, then highlight
/
/
/
. The
following options appear in the display:
• Single Shot — Take one photo with each press of the Camera
button.
• Series Shot — Take a series of 5 photos automatically.
3.
Using the display as a viewfinder, point the camera lens at
your subject.
4.
Press Take or the Camera key (
). The camera takes
one picture (Single Shot) or multiple pictures in quick
succession (Series Shot or Mosaic Shot).
5.
To save the picture(s) to memory, press Save.
To discard the pictures, press Erase.
Point, Click, and Send Pictures
Take a picture and send it to anyone with a compatible device in
a few easy steps.
1.
In Standby mode, press and hold the Camera key (
on the right side of the phone. The camera viewfinder
screen appears in the display.
)
2.
Using the display as a viewfinder, take the desired picture
by pressing the Camera key (
) or pressing Take.
The photo review
screen appears in the
display.
3.
Press Send. The Create
Pic Msg screen appears
in the display.
4.
Enter or add the
recipient(s) phone
number(s) or e-mail address(es). (For more information,
refer to “Send Picture Messages in Camera Mode” on
page 43.)
5.
To save the address(es), press OK.
6.
Select other message fields as needed. (For more
information, refer to “Send Picture Messages in Camera
Mode” on page 43, and see “Send Picture Messages in
Standby mode” on page 45.)
7.
When you are finished composing your message, press
SEND to send the Picture message to the intended
recipient(s).
Screen Layout
When you activate your phone’s camera, the second line of the
display is reserved for the current camera resolution setting and
the picture counter. The center of the display shows a viewfinder
image of the subject at which the camera is pointed.
Camera Screen Icons
The following icons appear in the Camera screen when the Icon
Display Camera setting is set to Display All. For more information
on this setting, see “Icon Display” on page 69.
Mode — Indicates Camera mode.
Shooting Mode (Single Frame) — Takes one photo with
each press of the Camera key (
).
Shooting Mode (Series) — Takes 5 pictures
automatically when you press the Camera key (
Camera
).
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Shooting Mode (Mosaic) — Combines 4 or 9 pictures
into one image, depending upon the Mosaic setting you
select.
Shooting Mode (Fun Frame) — Adds a selected colorful
frame to your next picture.
Size — Indicates the current camera resolution setting.
(For more information, refer to “Size” on page 66.)
Quality — Indicates camera’s picture quality setting.
[You can change the picture quality setting. (For more
information, refer to “Quality” on page 66.)]
White Balance — Indicates the current White Balance
setting (Auto shown). Other options are:
Sunny
Cloudy
Tungsten
Fluorescent
(For more information, refer to “White Balance” on
page 67.)
Night Shot — Indicates whether your phone is ready to
take photos in low light: Off (shown) or On (
).
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Photo Limit — Indicates the available number of photos
you can take. [Depending on the camera size and
quality settings. (For more information, refer to “Size”
on page 66 and “Quality” on page 66.)]
Zoom/Brightness — Set the size and brightness of the
picture using the Navigation key.
Self Timer in use — Delays the camera shutter for 2/5/
10 seconds (10 Sec. shown) after you press the
Camera key (
).
Phone Memory — Indicates photos will be stored in the
phone’s memory.
Card Memory — Indicates photos will be stored on a
microSD Memory Card.
Saving Pictures
After you’ve taken a picture, you can do any of the following:
• Save the picture by pressing Save.
On your phone, a picture is stored in the My Images folder. This folder
is part of the phone’s memory and/or part of an optional Memory Card
devoted to storing, browsing, and viewing saved pictures. (For more
information, refer to “The Photo Gallery” on page 70.)
• Access the My Images folder by pressing My Images.
• Send the picture to someone else by pressing Send.
For a detailed procedure, see “Send Picture Messages in Camera
Mode” on page 43.
• Discard the picture by pressing Erase.
Camera Options
The Camera Option buttons let you adjust the default camera
settings to suite available lighting, the subject of the photo, or the
purpose of the photo.
Shooting Mode
Shooting Mode lets you select Fun Frames and/or take multiple
pictures in succession when you press the Camera key (
).
In camera mode, press Options, then highlight
/
/
/
. The following options are available:
• Single — 1 picture taken when your press the Camera key
(
).
• Series Shot — 5 new pictures taken in succession.
• Mosaic — 4 or 9 new shots taken in succession and combined
into a single picture in an array.
• Fun Frames — Selected colorful frame added to your next picture.
2. Select the desired option and setting. The related icon
appears in the display.
1.
Note: When the Shooting Mode option is set to a value other than Single,
either a Series Shot progress bar (
) or a Mosaic Shot
progress icon (
or
) appears in the viewfinder screen.
When you press the Camera key (
), the camera
takes several pictures in rapid succession (Multi and
Mosaic).
Size
Change the size (in bytes) of your pictures using the Size setting.
In camera mode, press Options, then highlight
/
/
/ . The following options are available:
• 1280x960 pixels
• 640 X 480 pixels
• 320x240 pixels
• 176x144 pixels
2. Select the desired option. You’re returned to the camera
viewfinder screen.
1.
Note: The Size setting affects zoom capabilities. When Size is set to
1280x960 pixels, zoom is not available. When Size is set to any value
lower than 1280x960 pixels, zoom settings 1 – 8 are available.
Quality
You can affect how much your picture is compressed, thereby
reducing it’s overall size, not to be confused with picture Size
(resolution).
1.
In camera mode, press Options, then highlight
/
. The following options appear in the display:
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• SuperFine
• Fine
• Normal
2. Select the quality setting of your choice. You’re returned to
the camera viewfinder screen.
White Balance
White Balance allows you to adjust picture quality according to
available light.
In camera mode, press Options, then highlight
/
/
/ /
. The following options appear in the
display:
• Auto — The camera automatically adjusts color balance to
available light.
• Sunny — Use this setting when taking photos in full sun.
• Cloudy — Use this setting when taking photos in cloudy
conditions.
• Tungsten — Use this setting when taking photos under
incandescent lights.
• Fluorescent — Use this setting when taking photos under
fluorescent lights.
2. Select the White Balance you wish to use. The camera
viewfinder screen appears in the display with your
selected White Balance applied.
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The next time you press the Camera key (
), the
camera applies the selected White Balance to your photo.
Night Shot
Night Shot lets you take pictures in low light conditions.
In camera mode, press Options, then highlight
/
The following options appear in the display:
• Off
• On
2. Select the Night Shot setting of your choice. You’re
returned to the camera viewfinder screen.
1.
.
Self Timer
Self Timer lets you delay taking a picture long enough to let you
join others in a picture.
In camera mode, press Options, then highlight
/
/
/
. The following options are available:
• Off
• 2 Sec.
• 5 Sec.
• 10 Sec.
2. Select the desired Self Timer option. If you select 2, 5, or
10, the Self Timer icon appears in the camera screen in the
display.
1.
When you press the Camera key (
), the countdown
timer indicates the time remaining before the camera
takes the picture.
Tip: To stop or disable the Self Timer without resetting it, press
.
Change the look of your pictures with Color Effects. Choose from
six available settings such as Green, Negative, and Sepia. The
selected color effect previews in the display before you take the
picture.
In camera mode, press Options, then highlight
following options pop-up:
When you change a setting, your change is retained until you
change that setting or reset all your camera settings.
Memory
In camera mode, press Options, then highlight (
) and
select Memory. The following storage options appear in the
display:
• Phone Memory — Stores pictures in phone memory.
• Card Memory — Stores pictures on an optional microSD Memory
Card.
2. Select the memory location setting of your choice. You’re
returned to the camera viewfinder screen.
1.
Color Effects
1.
Camera Settings
. The
Note: To disable Color Effects, choose Normal.
• Normal — Subjects and pictures appear with a normal hue.
• Black&White — Subjects and pictures appear in black and white.
• Sepia — Subjects and pictures appear in a brownish-gray hue.
• Negative — Subjects and pictures appear in inverted colors.
• Green — Subjects and pictures appear in a greenish hue.
2. Select the color effect of your choice. You’re returned to
the camera viewfinder screen.
Auto Save
In camera mode, press Options, then highlight (
) and
select Auto Save. The following options appear in the
display:
• Off
• On
2. Select the automatic save setting of your choice. You’re
returned to the camera viewfinder screen.
1.
When you take your next picture, the phone’s display
previews your subject image with the selected color effect.
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Icon Display
View Mode lets you quickly add or remove elements of the
Camera viewfinder screen.
In camera mode, press Options, then highlight (
) and
select Icon Display. The following options appear in the
display:
• Display All — All Camera display icons appear in the Camera
viewfinder screen.
• Guideline — Removes the Camera display icons (if displayed) and
displays a crosshatch pattern in the Camera viewfinder screen.
Camera display icons appear when you press Options.
• No Icons — Removes the Camera display icons (if displayed) from
the Camera viewfinder screen. Camera display icons appear when
you press Options.
Shutter Sound
1.
Choose from four different sounds whenever you take a picture.
Aside from being a cool sound effect, Shutter Sounds act as an
audible reminder that your camera has taken a picture.
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In camera mode, press Options, then highlight (
) and
select Shutter Sound. The following shutter sounds appear
in the display:
• Off
• Shutter 1
• Shutter 2
2.
• Shutter 3
Select the shutter sound setting of your choice. You’re
returned to the camera viewfinder screen.
Reset Settings
This option lets you reset the Camera’s settings to their factory
default values.
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In camera mode, press Options, then highlight (
) and
select Reset Settings. You are prompted to confirm the
reset.
• To reset the Camera settings, select Yes.
• To keep the current Camera settings, select No.
Camera Adjustments
Zoom
Zoom lets you temporarily enlarge the pictures you take.
Increasing the Zoom (2 – 8) enlarges your pictures (1 is normal).
Note: Zoom is not available to the Camera if the Size Camera option is set to
1600x1200.
1.
In Camera mode, press the Navigation key Up and Down to
adjust the Zoom. The Zoom adjustment
appears
in the display.
2.
3.
To zoom in, press the Navigation key Up. To zoom out,
press the Navigation key Down. (The screen image
lightens or darkens to show the affects of your changes).
The next time you press the Camera key (
), the
Camera takes the picture, using to your selected Zoom
setting.
The Photo Gallery
Saved pictures are stored in the My Images folder. You can
browse the pictures one at a time (expanded mode), or view
several pictures at once in thumbnail format.
1.
In the Camera viewfinder screen, press My Images. Any
pictures that you’ve saved are listed with their thumbnail
images in the display.
Brightness lets you temporarily lighten the pictures you take.
Increasing the Brightness (-4 – +4) lightens your pictures (0 is
normal).
2.
To launch the Camera and take new pictures, press
Camera.
3.
To view a picture, press VIEW.
1.
In camera mode, press the Navigation key Left or Right.
The Brightness adjustment
appears in the
display.
4.
2.
To brighten your next picture(s), press the Navigation key
Right. To darken your next picture(s), press the Navigation
key Left. (The screen image lightens or darkens to show
the affects of your changes).
For more options, press Options. The following additional
options pop-up:
• Send — Send the currently highlighted or displayed image as part
of a Picture message.
• Set As — Assign the currently highlighted or displayed image as
the Main Wallpaper or as the Picture ID for a Contact.
• Erase Images — Delete one or more marked images from the My
Images folder.
• Move — Relocate the currently highlighted or displayed image
from phone memory to a Memory Card or from a Memory Card to
phone memory.
• Copy — Copy the currently highlighted or displayed image from
phone memory to a Memory Card or from a Memory Card to phone
memory.
Brightness
The next time you press the Camera key (
), the
camera takes the picture using your selected Brightness
setting.
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• View by Location — Lets you elect to view All pictures or only
those pictures stored in Phone Memory or Card Memory.
• Rename — Change the name of the picture file.
• Lock / Unlock — Prevent/allow erasure of the currently
highlighted or displayed image.
• Slide Show — View all pictures in automatic sequence.
• Image Info — View the Name, Date and Time created, Resolution,
and Size of the currently highlighted or displayed image.
5. Select the desired option to perform its function or to enter
its sub-menu.
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Section 12: Multimedia
Use your Samsung SCH-r350 phone to take full color digital
pictures, display them on your phone’s vivid color display, and
instantly share them with family and friends.
With @metro, you can download personalized ringtones,
pictures, and more. (For more information, contact your Wireless
Provider.)
Note: Although the procedures in this section are written for the phone
keypad, you can also perform these procedures using the QWERTY
keypad.
2.
Using My Images Gallery
My Images lets you manage your photos and pictures you
download, and lets you choose the pictures that appear in your
phone’s display while in Standby mode (wallpaper), and as image
IDs for your contacts.
1.
Accessing Multimedia
1.
In Standby mode, select Menu (
) ➔ Multimedia. The
following Multimedia sub-menus appear in the display:
• Camera — Lets you launch and set up your phone’s camera. (For
more information, refer to “Camera” on page 62.)
• My Images — Lets you choose the multi-media or pictures that
appear in your phone’s display.
• Music Player — Lets you launch and set up your phone’s music
player and manage music files stored on an optional microSD
memory card. (For more information, refer to “Using Your Music
Player” on page 73.)
• My Ringtones — Lets you assign melody tones for calls, alarms,
and other alerts.
Select a sub-menu to launch it. The following sections
describe the above listed sub-menus in greater detail.
At the Multimedia menu, select My Images. A multiplepage matrix of thumbnail views of saved photos and
images appears in the display.
Tip: You can also access the My Images gallery:
- From the Picture field in the Create Pic Msg screen by pressing Picture.
(For more information, refer to “Send Picture Messages in Standby
mode” on page 45.)
- From the Camera viewfinder screen by pressing My Images. (For more
information, refer to “Saving Pictures” on page 65.)
- From the Edit Contact screen by pressing Set. (For more information,
refer to “Editing a Contacts Entry” on page 32.)
2.
Highlight an image or photo. You have the following
options:
• To take new photos, press Camera.
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• To expand the highlighted image to fill the screen, press VIEW.
• For more options, press Options. The following options appear in
the display:
– Send — Send image as part of a Picture message. (See “Send
Picture Messages in Standby mode” on page 45 for more
information.)
– Set As — Assign the currently highlighted or displayed image as the
Main Wallpaper or as the Picture ID for a Contact.
– Erase — Delete one or more marked images from the My Images
folder.
– Move — Relocate the currently highlighted or displayed image from
phone memory to a Memory Card or from a Memory Card to phone
memory.
– Copy — Copy the currently highlighted or displayed image from phone
memory to a Memory Card or from a Memory Card to phone memory.
– View by Location — Lets you view All images or only those images
stored in Phone Memory or Card Memory.
– Rename — Change the name of the picture file.
– Lock / Unlock — Prevent/allow erasure of the currently highlighted or
displayed image.
– Slide Show — View all of your images in sequence as a slide show.
– Image Info — View the Name, Date and Time created, Resolution,
and Size of the currently highlighted or displayed image.
• Select the desired option and a desired value.
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Using Your Music Player
Music Player lets you play MP3 and unprotected AAC, AAC+,
WMA music files, loaded onto an optional microSD™ Memory
Card using a personal computer. (For information on loading
music files on a Memory Card, see “Loading Music Files” on
page 75.)
Launching the Music Library Menu
From the Multimedia menu, select Music Player, then
press Library. The Library menu appears in the display
showing the following options:
• Now Playing — Music Player mode only — Indicates number of
music files currently playing. Select this option (or press Back) to
return to the Music Player screen.
• All — Lists all music files on the Memory Card and lets you play
individual music files or play multiple music files by creating a
temporary music playlist.
• Artists — Lists artist names for music files on the Memory Card
and lets you play one or more music files by a selected artist.
• Albums — Lists album titles for music files on the Memory Card
and lets you play one or more music files from a selected album.
• Playlists — Lists any playlists you have saved and lets you create,
save, and manage playlists.
2. Select the desired option (and artist/album/playlist). A list
of music files appears in the display.
1.
Highlight a music file, then:
• To play the file, press Play.
• To select the file for playing or other options, press MARK.
• For more options, press Options:
– Mark All — Marks all listed music files for playing, removal, or
assignment of player settings.
– Erase — Deletes highlighted or marked music file(s) from the Memory
Card.
– Add to Playlist — Lets you add a marked music file to an existing
playlist.
– Song Info — Lists the Title, Artist, Album, Genre, File Name, Encoding
Format, Bitrate, Duration, File Size, and Date of the highlighted music
file.
Select the desired option.
Playing Music
3.
To play a music file:
1.
From the Multimedia menu, select Music Player.
2.
Press Library. The Library menu appears in the display,
showing the following options:
• All
• Artists
• Albums
• Playlists
3. Select the desired
option, then do one of
the following:
• All option — Highlight a
music file, then press Play.
Tip: To play additional files, highlight and MARK additional files for playback.
(For more information, see “Launching the Music Library Menu” on
page 73.)
• Other options — Select an Artist, Album, or Playlist, then highlight
a music file and press Play.
The Music Player screen appears in the display and the
selected music file(s)/playlist begins playing.
Music Player Controls
• Volume key:
– To play a music file louder, press the Volume key Up.
– To play a music file softer, press the Volume key Down.
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• Navigation key:
– To pause/resume playing a
music file, press
.
– To stop playing a music file,
press the Navigation key
Down.
– To skip play to an earlier music
file in the selected list, press
the Navigation key Left.
– To skip play to a later music file in the selected list, press the
Navigation key Right.
– To return to the selected list and choose another music file to play,
press the Navigation key Up.
• Library soft key — Returns you to the Library screen.
• Options soft key — Shows the following sub-menus and options:
– Play Mode — Lets you change the play mode from Normal, Shuffle,
Repeat One, or Repeat All.
– Add to Playlist — Moves you to the Playlists menu to let you add the
selected music file to a playlist.
– Remove From List — Deletes the selected music file from the
Memory Card
– Visual Supplements — Lets you change the Music Player visualization
to Simple View, Equalizer, Album Art, or Lyrics.
– Memory Info — Displays the Memory Usage screen which lists
Memory Card usage and availability amounts.
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– Song Info — Lists the Title, Artist, Album, Genre, File Name, Encoding
Format, Bitrate, Duration, File Size, and Date of the highlighted music
file.
Select the desired option.
Loading Music Files
In addition to downloading music to your phone using @metro,
you can also transfer (“sideload”) music from a personal
computer to the Memory Card in your phone.
1.
Install a microSD™ or microSDHC™ Memory Card into
your phone. (For more information, see “Install a Memory
Card” on page 8.)
2.
Power your phone on.
3.
Connect the microUSB end of the USB Data Cable to the
power-accessory connector on your phone.
4.
Check that the PC Connection setting is set to USB Mass
Storage. (For more information, refer to “PC Connection”
on page 102.)
5.
Connect the USB end of the USB Data Cable to a matching
connector on your personal computer. A new “Removable
Disk” window should open on your computer screen.
6.
Select the Open folder to view files option. A new
Windows® Explorer window should open on your
computer screen.
7.
Drag or download music (MP3) files into the “My_Music”
folder.
Note: You can also insert the Memory Card into a compatible card reader.
Card readers vary, so follow the installation instructions included with
your card reader and personal computer.
Using My Ringtones Gallery
My Ringtones lets you record voice memos and assign them or
ringtones, melodies, or music files as ringtones for calls, alarms,
and other alerts.
Recording Voice Memos
1.
From the Multimedia menu, select My Ringtones.
The following options appear in the display:
• Record New — Lets you record voice memos.
• A list of recorded voice memos, ringtones, melodies, and music
files.
2. When you select Record New, the Record New screen
appears in the display.
• To start recording a voice
memo, press REC.
• To pause/resume
recording, press Pause.
• To stop recording and
save the voice memo,
press SAVE.
Assigning Ringtones
1.
From the Multimedia menu, select My Ringtones.
The following options appear in the display:
• Record New — Lets you record voice memos.
• A list of recorded voice memos, ringtones, melodies, and music
files.
2. Highlight a file. You have the following options:
• To assign the highlighted file to be used as a Ringtone, a Contact
ID, or an Alert Tone, press Set As.
• To hear the file, press PLAY.
• For more options, press Options:
– Lock / Unlock — Prevent/allow erasure of the selected voice memo
file.
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Erase — To erase the selected voice memo file.
Rename — Change the name of the voice memo file.
Ringtone Info — Shows the title, size, type, and date for the file.
Send via Bluetooth — Sends a copy of this file to another device over
a Bluetooth connection. (For more information, refer to “Bluetooth”
on page 78.)
– Send Pic Msg — Send to someone as part of a Picture message. (See
“Send Picture Messages in Standby mode” on page 45 for
more information.)
– Move to memory card / phone — Transfer this file between phone
memory and card memory.
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–
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Section 13: Tools
This section explains how you can use your phone’s Personal
Information Manager (PIM) functions to view today’s calendar,
schedule appointments, set an alarm, perform simple math
calculations, and more.
Accessing Your Phone’s Tools
To launch the Tools menu:
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In Standby mode, select Menu (
menu appears in the display.
) ➔ Tools. The Tools
Bluetooth
Turn Bluetooth On/Off
When the Bluetooth is turned on, you can use the Bluetooth
features available. When the Bluetooth is turned off, you cannot
send or receive information via Bluetooth. To save battery life or
in situations where Bluetooth use is prohibited, such as airline
traveling, you can turn off the Bluetooth wireless technology
headset.
To turn Bluetooth support on:
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Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications technology
capable of exchanging information over a distance of about 30
feet without requiring a physical connection.
Unlike infrared, you don't need to line up the devices to beam
information with Bluetooth. If the devices are within a range of
one another, you can exchange information between them, even
if they are located in different rooms.
The Bluetooth wireless technology settings menu provides the
ability to view and change the device name, show the visibility,
and set the security for the device.
From the Tools menu, select Bluetooth ➔ Bluetooth
Settings ➔ Enable.
“Bluetooth set to on” and the red Bluetooth On icon (
appear in the display.
)
To turn Bluetooth support off:
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From the Tools menu, select Bluetooth ➔ Bluetooth
Settings ➔ Disable.
“Bluetooth set to off” appears in the display and the and
the Bluetooth On icon ( ) disappears.
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Add New Device
7.
Press PAIR (
) to pair the selected device with the
phone. You are prompted to enter the passkey or PIN for
the selected device.
8.
Enter the device passkey or PIN and press
. Pop-up
messages appear to inform you that pairing with the
device is complete and prompting you to connect with the
device.
9.
To connect with the device, press Yes. To return to the
Bluetooth menu without connecting to the device, press
No.
To search for available Bluetooth devices:
From the Tools menu, select Bluetooth. The following
options appear in the display:
• Registered List
• Bluetooth Settings
2. Select Registered List.
1.
If there are no Bluetooth devices registered, the Add New
Device screen appears in the display. (See Step 3.)
If Bluetooth is off, you are prompted to “Turn bluetooth
on?”. Press Yes to turn Bluetooth on.
Note: To leave Bluetooth off and return to the Bluetooth sub menu, press
No.
3.
Select Add New Device.
“Place device you are connecting to in discoverable
mode” appears in the display.
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4.
Place the Bluetooth device in discoverable mode. (See the
device user manual for more information.)
5.
Press OK (
6.
Use the navigation keys to highlight the device you want to
pair with your phone.
). Available devices appear in the display.
Registered List
This menu provides a list of
Bluetooth wireless technology
devices discovered by your
handset.
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From the Tools menu,
select Bluetooth ➔
Registered List. A list
of registered Bluetooth devices appears in the display.
Connecting to a Bluetooth Device
1.
From the Registered List, select the device.
2.
If you are unable to connect with the device a pop-up
appears in the display. Press Yes to retry.
Disconnecting from a Bluetooth Device
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From the Registered List, highlight the device and press
Off.
Managing Your Registered List
From the Registered List, highlight a device and press
Options. The following options appear in the display:
• Remove Device — Deletes the device from the Registered List.
• Rename Device — Lets you change or replace the device name,
as needed.
• Device Info — Shows the type of device, status, address, the date
when it was paired with your phone, and the date the device was
last connected with your phone.
• Service Discovery — Lists the Bluetooth profiles that apply to this
device.
• Send Name Card — Lets you send selected Contact(s) information
to another Bluetooth device.
2. Select the desired option to access it.
1.
Bluetooth Settings
To access Bluetooth settings:
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From the Tools menu, select Bluetooth ➔ Bluetooth
Settings.
The following options appear in the display:
Enable/Disable
Selecting this option turns Bluetooth on or off. (For more
information, see “Turn Bluetooth On/Off” on page 78)
Discovery Mode
Allows other users to see your accessibility. Select On for other
devices to see your device, or Off for no visibility.
Device Name
Shows the handset name. You may change this name. Enter the
text and press
.
Supported Profiles
Lists and describes the Bluetooth profiles your phone supports.
Device Info
Shows the Bluetooth Type, Status, and Address of your phone.
Calendar
Calendar allows you to view
the current, past, or future
month in calendar format.
While viewing the calendar,
the current date is highlighted,
and days with scheduled
events are surrounded by a
box.
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1.
From the Calendar menu, select Calendar. A calendar
appears in the display with the current date highlighted.
The month and year appear at the top of the display.
2.
Use the following options and navigation keys to move
around within the calendar:
• To move to an individual day, one day or one week at a time, press
the Navigation keys or Arrow keys.
• To view previous months, press the Up volume key.
• To view future months, press the Down volume key.
• To add an event to the highlighted date, press Add.
• To call up a list of events on the highlighted date, press VIEW
(
).
• To access other options while viewing the calendar, press Options.
The following options pop-up in the display:
– Go to Date — Lets you jump to any date you specify.
– Go to Today — Lets you return to today from any other date.
– Monthly — Returns you to the Monthly calendar display.
– Weekly — Lets you change from a Monthly calendar to a Weekly one.
– Erase Old — Lets you erase past events.
– Erase all — Lets you erase all events.
Select the desired option and perform the related process.
Press VIEW ( ) to
display the specifics of
the highlighted event.
The following options
are available:
• To change the event
details, press Edit. (See
“Add a New Event” on
page 81 for more
information.)
• To return to the Events list, press OK (
).
• For more options, press Options. The following options appear in
the display:
– Monthly — Returns you to the Monthly calendar display.
– Erase — Remove this event from the Calendar.
Select the desired option.
Add a New Event
3.
1.
From the Calendar menu, select Calendar. A calendar
appears in the display with the current date highlighted.
The month and year appear at the top of the display.
Press Add. The New
Event screen appears in
the display.
• Use the Up and Down
navigation keys to
highlight New Event
options.
• Use the Left and Right
navigation keys to select
option values.
• Use the keypad to enter option values.
3. Enter the Name of the new event using the keypad.
2.
(For more information, refer to “Entering Text” on
page 14.)
Note: The current mode of text entry is indicated in the lower left corner of
the display.
4.
To set the Start Date, use the keypad to enter the start
date for the event.
To set the Start Time:
• Use the keypad to enter the time for the event.
• Use the Left and Right navigation keys to select AM or PM.
6. Repeat Steps 4 and 5 for the End Date and End Time.
5.
Use the Left and Right navigation keys or arrow keys to
select:
• Recurrence frequency (Once, Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Yearly)
• Alert type (Tone, Vibrate, Light Only)
• Alert tone (the Alert Tone screen appears in the display. See
“Using My Ringtones Gallery” on page 76 for more
information.)
• Reminder (Off, Once, Every 2 Minutes, Every 15 Minutes)
• Alert time (15 Min. Before, 30 Min. Before, 1 Hour Before, 3
Hours Before, 5 Hours Before, 1 Day Before, On Time, 5 Min.
Before, 10 Min. Before)
8. Press SAVE (
) to store the event in your calendar. An
alarm will notify you prior to the event, provided you set
Reminder to a value other than Off.
7.
Memo Pad
Create notes and store them
in Memo Pad. Return to Memo
Pad anytime to review and
edit your notes.
Note: Memo Pad can’t be prioritized
or assigned an alert.
Create a Memo
1.
From the Tools menu, select Memo Pad.
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– Press Options to Erase the memo you are viewing, Add a New Memo,
or Lock/Unlock the memo you are viewing.
If you have any stored memos, they appear as a list in the
display.
2.
If you don’t have any stored memos, press Add to add a
memo.
3.
Enter memo text using the keypad. (For more information,
refer to “Entering Text” on page 14.)
Tip: The current mode of text entry is indicated in the lower right corner of
the display.
4.
When you’re finished entering details for the memo, press
OK (
). The memo is stored.
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1.
From the Tools menu, select Memo Pad. Your list of stored
memos appears in the display.
2.
Highlight the desired memo. You have the following
options:
• To add a new memo, press Add. (For more information, refer to
“Create a Memo” on page 82.)
• To review the highlighted memo, press VIEW (
).
While viewing a memo, you can do any of the following:
– Change the text of the memo by pressing Edit and using the keypad
keys. (For more information, refer to “Entering Text” on page 14.)
– Return to the Memo Pad screen by pressing OK (
).
• For more options, press Options and the following options appear
in the display:
– Edit— Change the text of the highlighted memo by using the keypad.
(For more information, refer to “Entering Text” on page 14.)
– Erase — Erase the highlighted memo.
– Erase all — Erase all of the unlocked memos.
– Lock / Unlock — Prevents/allows erasure of the highlighted memo.
3. Select the desired option.
Alarm Clock
Your phone supports multiple alarm clocks that can be set to go
off once, or to recur daily at a specific time. Once set, an alarm
clock is easy to change or turn off completely.
Note: The alarm doesn’t function when the phone is turned off. If the time for
an alarm that was set for Once has elapsed while the phone is off, the
alarm occurs at the specified time on the next day.
1.
From the Tools menu, select Alarm Clock, then do one of
the following:
• Press Add.
• Press Options and select Add new alarm.
• Select the alarm clock you
wish to set, then press
EDIT.
The selected Set Alarm
screen appears in the
display.
2.
Press the Navigation
key Up/Down to
highlight Set Alarm
options.
3.
Press the Navigation key Left/Right to set the alarm On.
To set the Time:
• Enter the time for the alarm using the keypad.
• Press the Navigation key Left/Right to select AM or PM.
5. Press the Navigation key Left/Right to select the
Frequency at which you wish the alarm to occur (Daily,
Mon.-Fri., Weekends, or Once).
4.
6.
Use the Navigation key to select the Ringer type (Tone,
Vibrate, Light Only) and ringtone (from My Ringtones).
7.
When you’re finished entering the time and frequency for
the alarm, press SAVE. If the alarm is set to On, the alarm
icon (
) appears in the top of the display.
When an Alarm Sounds
An animated alarm clock appears in the display along with
Snooze and Dismiss options and an alert sounds when the
specified time for the alarm arrives.
• To silence the alarm, use the Navigation key to highlight Snooze or
Dismiss and press
.
• If the alarm was set as a Daily alarm, the alarm icon remains in the top
of the display.
• If the alarm was set as a Once only alarm, the alarm icon disappears
from the top of the display.
Turn On/Off, Add, or Erase an Alarm
1.
From the Tools menu, select Alarm Clock.
2.
Highlight the desired alarm (if any), then press Options.
The following options appear in the display:
• On / Off — Enables/disables the highlighted alarm without
changing the settings.
• Add new alarm — Lets you add an alarm.
• Erase this alarm — Deletes the highlighted alarm.
• Erase all — Deletes all alarms.
3. Select the desired option.
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World Time
World Time lets you view the
time of day or night in any of
the 24 different time zones
around the world.
Note: To use World Time, you need
to subscribe to your Wireless
Provider’s digital service.
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From the Tools menu,
select World Time. A world map appears in the display,
showing the time and date in a home zone and one other
city or time zone.
Selecting/Displaying Time Zones
• Press Options and select Go to City for a list of city names in
alphabetical order. .
Abu Dhabi
Hawaii
Nairobi
Adelaide
Helsinki
New Delhi
Alaska
Hong Kong
Newfoundland
Alma-ata
Honolulu
New York
Athens
Istanbul
Okhotsk
Auckland
Jakarta
Paris
Bangkok
Jidda
Phoenix
Beijing
Kabul
Rome
Berlin
Kathmandu
Samoa
Brasilia
La Paz
San Francisco
Buenos Aires
Lisbon
Seoul
Sydney
World Time lets you view the time and date in up to two locations
or time zones.
Cape Verde
London
Caracas
Los Angeles
Tashkent
To change a displayed time zone or location, or to view the time
and date in a particular time zone or location, do the following:
Chicago
Miami
Tehran
Colombo
Mid Atlantic
Tokyo
Dallas
Midway
Wellington
Denver
Moscow
Guam
Mumbai
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In the World Time screen, highlight the location you wish to
change.
• Press the Navigation key Left and Right to scroll through time
zones.
2.
You have the following options:
• To enable Daylight Saving Time for the US time zones, press DST
On.
• To set the displayed time zone as the default time zone for the
second World Time clock, press OK.
• To set the displayed time zone as the default time zone for your
phone, press Options, then select Set as home zone.
• To return to the Tools menu without changing the default time
zone, press
.
Calculator
You can perform calculations, including addition, subtraction,
multiplication and division using your phone.
Note: You must use the phone keypad to use the Calculator.
• To change the sign for a number to a negative, press .
• To add parentheses [( )] to your calculation or to enter a Power
exponent (^), such as, 3^2, which is the equivalent of 32, press
Operator.
• To clear current entries, press Clear.
3. Use the Navigation key (as shown in the Calculator
screen) to set the type of calculation that you wish to
perform. Your choices are as follows.
• [ + ] Addition
• [ x ] Multiplication
• [ - ] Subtraction
• [ ÷ ] Division
4. Enter the second number into your equation.
5.
1.
From the Tools menu, select Calculator. The Calculator
appears in the display.
2.
Enter the first number in
your calculation.
(Numbers can be up to
15 digits long, with up
to 5 digits after a
decimal point.)
• To enter a decimal point,
press .
Press
to perform the calculation and view the result.
Stop Watch
You can use this function to
time events.
1.
From the Tools menu,
select Stop Watch. The
Stop Watch screen
appears in the display.
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2.
To start, stop, and resume the Stop Watch count, press
.
3.
At the start of each succeeding event/lap, press Record to
record the completion time for the previous event/lap. You
can record up to eight event/lap times.
4.
To reset the Stop Watch and to erase all stop watch (lap)
times recorded, press Reset.
• Volume
• Area
• Temperature
2. Select the conversion
feature you wish to use.
3.
Use the Navigation key
to select the units to be
converted From and To.
4.
Enter the quantity you
want converted in the
From field. The
converted quantity appears in the To field.
Converter
The conversion menu provides the following conversion
categories:
• Currency
• Length
• Weight
• Volume
• Area
• Temperature
To convert a currency, length, weight, volume, area, or
temperature, do the following:
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From the Tools menu, select Converter. The following list
of converters appears in the display:
• Currency
• Length
• Weight
Note: To include a decimal point, press
.
Currency — Reviewing/Editing Exchange Rates
The Currency Converter includes long-term average exchange
rates as default values. To review and/or change a default
exchange rate to the current exchange rate, do the following:
1.
From the Tools menu, select Converter ➔ Currency.
2.
Press Rate. The Exchange Rate list appears in the display.
3.
Press EDIT (
in the display.
). The Edit Exchange Rate list appears
4.
Highlight a currency
whose exchange rate
you wish to change.
5.
Use the keypad keys to
change the selected
exchange rate value.
6.
To save the changed
exchange rate, press OK
(
). The Exchange Rate list appears in the display.
7.
To change any other exchange rates, repeat Steps 3 – 6.
8.
To return to the Converter screen, press
4.
To select the Base currency to be converted from, press
the Navigation key Left/Right.
5.
Highlight the Currency
field, and enter an
identifier of up to 5
characters for the new
currency. (For more
information, refer to
“Entering Text” on
page 14.)
6.
Highlight the Exchange
Rate field, and enter a
decimal exchange rate
for the new currency.
To discard the change, press Cancel.
.
Currency — Adding Exchange Rates
You can use the Currency Converter to convert from and to
obscure currencies by adding exchange rates for these
currencies. To add a currency and its exchange rate to the
Currency Converter, do the following:
1.
From the Tools menu, select Converter ➔ Currency.
2.
Press Rate. The Exchange Rate list for the From currency
appears in the display.
3.
Press Add. The Add Exchange Rate screen appears in the
display with the Base field highlighted.
Note: Press the
key to enter the
decimal point.
The Exchange Rate field only
accepts up to five digits after
the decimal point.
7.
Press SAVE (
) to save the new exchange rate.
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Currency — Erasing Exchange Rates
1.
From the Tools menu,
select Tip Calculator.
The Tip Calculator
screen appears in
screen, with the Bill
field highlighted.
2.
Use the keypad to enter
the total amount of the
bill.
3.
If needed, highlight the
Tip field, and enter a tip
percentage.
4.
If needed, scroll down
to highlight the #
Paying field, and enter
the number of persons
paying.
5.
The amount of the Tip, the final Total, and the amount for
each person appear in the lower half of the screen.
You cannot erase the preloaded currencies from the Exchange
Rate list. You can erase a currency that you have added to the list
by doing the following:
1.
From the Tools menu, select Converter ➔ Currency.
2.
Press Rate. The Exchange Rate list for the From currency
appears in the display.
3.
To highlight the user-added currency exchange rate to be
erased, press the Navigation key Up/Down.
4.
Press Erase. You are prompted to confirm the erasure.
Note: The Erase soft key is undefined for preloaded Exchange Rates. This
prevents you from erasing them.
5.
To erase the selected exchange rate, press Yes. To keep
selected exchange rate, press No.
Tip Calculator
Tip Calculator automatically calculates the following amounts:
• Gratuity (tip)
• Individual payment (for groups)
Calculations are based on the total amount of the check, a
selected gratuity percentage, and the number of people paying.
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Section 14: Changing Your Settings
This section explains how to configure your phone’s language,
network preferences, security options, and other settings.
Accessing Your Phone’s Settings
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In Standby mode, select Menu (
) ➔ Settings.
The Settings menu appears in the display.
Location Setting
You can set your phone to pass Global Positioning System (GPS)
data to identify your location to the network continually or only
when you make an emergency (911) call.
Display Settings
Display settings let you change your phone’s menu appearance,
display brightness and contrast, and display content to better
meet your needs.
䊳
From the Settings menu, select Display Settings. The
following menus appear in the display:
Wallpaper
Wallpaper lets you choose images that appear in the background
on your phone’s Main display while in Standby mode.
From the Display Settings menu, select Wallpaper. The
following options appear:
• My Images — Lets you select an image that you’ve downloaded
or a picture you’ve taken with the camera.
• Preset Images — Lets you select an image that came preloaded
with your phone.
2. Select the image type you wish to use. A list of images
appears in the display.
1.
Note: Check with your Wireless Provider to determine if/when/where
location-based services are available.
From the Settings menu, select Location. The following
Location options appear in the display:
• Location On — Your location data is continually sent wherever the
feature is available.
• 911 Only — Your location data is sent only when you dial 911.
2. Select the desired setting. The Settings menu appears in
your display.
1.
3.
Select the image you wish to use.
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Info Panel
The following clock format options appear in the display:
Lets you display or hide a pop-up panel that shows the Day, Date,
Time, and the numbers of Missed Calls, new Messages, and new
Voicemail. These numbers also serve as shortcuts for accessing
the Missed Calls log, the Messages Inbox folder, and the
Voicemail folder.
From the Display Settings menu, select Info Panel. The
following options appear:
• On — The Info Panel appears in the Standby screen.
• Off — The Info Panel does not appear in the Standby screen.
2. Select the desired setting.
Celestial
Digital
1.
Clock Format
Lets you choose where and in what form the time and date
appear in the Standby screen.
2.
Lets you select the colors used to show menus and screens in
the display.
1.
From the Settings menu, select Display Settings ➔ Clock
Format.
2.
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From the Display Settings menu, select Theme. The
following options appear in the display:
Samsung
Note: To access this setting, you must first set Info Panel to Off.
1.
Select the clock format that you wish to use.
Theme
Select the desired color theme.
Celestial
Dialing Font Size
Lets you select the font size used to display numbers you dial.
From the Settings menu, select Display Settings ➔ Dialing
Font Size. The following Size options appear in the display:
• Normal
• Large
2. Select the preferred Dialing Font Size.
1.
Banner
Lets you change or replace the Banner text that appears in the
display when your phone is in Standby mode. Also lets you
enable/disable an ERI (Extended Roaming Indicator) banner.
From the Settings menu, select Display Settings ➔ Banner.
The following sub-menus appear in the display:
• Personal
• ERI Banner
2. Select the desired banner.
• If you select Personal, the Banner screen appears in the display
with the Enter Text field highlighted.
– Enter a word or short phrase to appear in your phone’s display while in
standby mode (Up to 12 characters). (For more information, refer to
“Entering Text” on page 14.)
– Press and hold
to erase an existing banner, if necessary.
– Press
to save your changes.
1.
• If you select ERI Banner, the following options appear in the display:
– On
– Off
• Select the preferred ERI Banner option.
Backlight
You can set the backlight for your display or keypad to remain on
for a specified period of time or remain on as long as the folder is
open.
Note: Prolonged backlight use drains your battery faster.
1.
From the Display Settings menu, select Backlight.
The following sub-menus appear in the display:
• Main Display — Sets the time the internal display backlight
remains on after a period of inactivity. Optional settings are: 10
seconds, 15 seconds, 30 seconds, Always On, and Always
Off.
• Keypad — Sets the amount of time the keypad backlight remains
on after a period of inactivity. Optional settings are: 10 seconds, 15
seconds, 30 seconds, Always On, and Always Off.
• Charging — Sets the amount of time the display backlight remains
on while the battery is charging. Optional settings are: 10 seconds,
15 seconds, 30 seconds, Always On, and Always Off.
• Brightness — Press the Navigation key Left/Right to select
between any of 5 optional settings.
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2.
Select the desired sub-menu.
3.
Use the Navigation key to change settings as desired in the
selected sub-menu, and press
to save your
selection.
Shortcut Icon
Master Volume
You can set the master volume setting on your phone. This
setting if for all sounds other than the ring tones.
1.
Shortcut Icon lets you display or hide a list of icons that serve as
shortcuts for launching applications on your Tint™.
Note: For more information, refer to “Using Shortcut Icons” on page 28
From the Settings menu, select Display Settings ➔
Shortcut Icon. The following options appear in the display:
• Off — Shortcut Icons list does not appear in the display.
• On — Shortcut Icons list appears in the display when your phone is
in standby mode.
2. Select the preferred Shortcut Icon option.
Sound Settings let you customize your phone’s audio properties,
such as ringers, keypad tones, alerts, start up melody, and more.
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From the Settings menu, select Sound Settings. The
following menus appear in the display:
• Silence All
• Low/Medium
• Vibrate
• Medium
• Low
• Medium/High
• High
2.
Press the Navigation key Left/Right or press the Volume
key Up/Down to display the setting you wish.
3.
To add vibration to any setting between Low and High,
press Vib. on.
4.
When you are satisfied with the setting, press SET. Your
phone returns to the Sound Settings menu.
1.
Sound Settings
From the Sound Settings menu, select Master Volume.
Options are:
Ringer Type
You can assign ring tones and melodies for calls, alarms, and
other alerts in the Ringer Type sub-menu.
1.
From the Sound Settings menu, select Ringer Type. The
following ringer types appear in the display:
• Voice Calls
• Messages
– Text Message
– Picture Message
– Voicemail
2.
3.
• Roam Ringer
Select a ringer type. The My Ringtones screen appears in
the display listing ringtone, melody, and recorded sound
files.
Select the desired ringtone, melody, or sound file.
Tip: To play each tone, melody, or sound file as you scroll through the list,
press Play.
Alerts
You can set your phone to sound an alert whenever you enter or
leave your service area, connect or disconnect a call, and other
options.
1.
From the Sound Settings menu, select Alerts. The
following alerts appear in the display:
• Minute Beep — Sound an alert ten seconds before each elapsed
minute of a call.
• Roaming — Sound an alert when you leave your home service
area while on a call.
• Call Connect — Sound an alert when you connect/disconnect a
call.
• Power On/Off — Play power on and power off melodies.
Select the desired alert. The following options appear in
the display:
• On
• Off
3. Select active (On) or inactive (Off) for the selected alert.
2.
Key Tone
Lets you adjust the volume level and duration of the tones that
the keypad generates when you press the keys.
From the Sound Settings menu, select Key Tone. The
following options appear in the display:
• Tone Level — Select the desired Keypad volume level (Off, Low,
Low/Medium, Medium, Medium/High, or High).
• Tone Length — Select the desired DTMF Tones length as Short or
Long.
2. Select the desired option and setting.
1.
Call Settings
The Call Settings sub-menu lets you set call options such as Auto
Retry, Data rates for data calls, and more.
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From the Settings menu, select Call Settings. The
following menus appear in the display:
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Call Answer
You can select a specific answer mode when you receive an
incoming call. Your phone can be preset to answer when you do
any of the following:
From the Call Settings menu, select Call Answer. The
following call answer options appear in the display:
• Any Key — Pressing any key except
,
, or
answers a call.
• Send Key — Only pressing
answers a call.
2. Select the desired option.
1.
Call Alert
Call Alert lets you select what sounds your phone plays to notify
you of incoming calls.
From the Call Settings menu, select Call Alert. The
following call alert options appear in the display:
• Ring Only — Either the Voice Calls ringer or a Contact’s individual
Ringtone plays.
• Caller ID + Ring — Either the Voice Calls ringer or a Contact’s
individual Ringtone plays while a voice reads “Call from” followed
by the Caller ID or Contact’s name.
• Name Repeat — A voice repeatedly reads “Call from” followed by
the Caller ID or Contact’s name.
2. Select the desired option.
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Auto Answer
Auto Answer enables your phone to automatically answer calls
after a period of time that you specify.
From the Call Settings menu, select Auto Answer. The
following options appear in the display:
• Off
• After 1 Second
• After 3 Seconds
• After 5 Seconds
2. Select the desired setting.
1.
Auto Retry
Auto Retry automatically re-dials a number if there is no answer
or the dialed party is busy. Depending upon your location, the
number of times your phone redials a number may vary.
From the Call Settings menu, select Auto Retry. The
following options appear in the display:
• Off
• Every 10 Seconds
• Every 30 Seconds
• Every 60 Seconds
2. Select the desired setting.
1.
TTY Mode
Your phone is fully
Teletypewriter (TTY)/
Telecommunication Device
for the Deaf (TDD)
compatible. You connect
TTY/TDD equipment to the
headset connector on the
top of your phone.
• TTY + Talk — Enables TTY mode while letting you speak with the
other party.
• TTY + Hear — Enables TTY mode while letting you hear the other
party.
• TTY Off — Disables TTY mode.
Note: The TTY Mode option has no effect on the phone’s earpiece,
microphone, or speaker. When you select TTY Full, all currently
enabled sound functions remain enabled.
3.
Note: TTY Mode must be enabled (TTY Full selected) before you can use
your phone with TTY/TDD equipment.
From the Call Settings menu, select TTY Mode. A
message pops-up warning of possible headset and nonTTY accessory performance impairment when in TTY mode
and prompting you to confirm that you want to enable/
disable TTY Mode.
• To confirm you want to view/change the TTY Mode setting, press
Yes.
• To keep the current TTY Mode setting, press No.
2. The following options appear in the display:
• TTY Full — Enables TTY mode while letting you hear and speak
with the other party.
1.
Select the desired setting. If you select a setting other that
TTY Off, you’re returned to the previous menu and the TTY
icon (
) appears in the top of the display.
Voice Privacy
Voice Privacy lets you choose what level of voice security
(Standard or Enhanced) your phone will use.
Tip: You can change your Voice Privacy setting during a call by using the InUse Menu options. (See “In-Call Options Menu” on page 24 for more
information.)
From the Call Settings menu, select Voice Privacy. The
following options appear in the display:
• Standard
• Enhanced
2. Select the desired setting.
1.
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Phone Settings
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From the Settings menu, select Phone Settings. The
following menus appear in the display:
Airplane Mode
When set to On, Airplane Mode disables all radio functions of
your phone. This prevents you from making or receiving calls, but
allows you to use other features (such as the camera and the
Tools) safely in sensitive environments, such as on board an
aircraft.
1.
From the Phone Settings menu, select Airplane Mode.
The following options appear in the display:
• On — Disables the radio transmitter and receiver and the
Bluetooth interface in your phone.
Tip: If you need to make an emergency call with Airplane mode enabled, just
dial the emergency number and press
.
To discard the change and keep the original setting, press
No. The Airplane Mode screen remains in the display.
Language
The Language option changes the language of menus, submenus, and other user-interface features.
1.
The following options appear in the display:
• English
• Español
2. Select your language preference.
Security
Use the Security sub-menu to lock your phone, set up emergency
numbers, enable or disable voice privacy, set restrictions, and
other security options.
1.
From the Phone Settings menu, select Security. The
“Enter Code” prompt appears in the display.
2.
Enter the four-digit lock code using the keypad.
• Off — Enables the radio transmitter and receiver in your phone.
Note: Press
97
to return to the Phone Settings menu.
2.
Select the desired setting. You are prompted to confirm
your setting change.
3.
To change to the new setting, press Yes. You are returned
to Standby mode.
From the Phone Settings menu, select Language.
Note: The default lock code is the last four digits of your mobile phone
number.
The “Enter Code” prompt disappears and the Security
menu appears in the display showing the following
options:
Lock Phone
Locking the phone blocks all outgoing calls except those to 911
and to the three user-programmed emergency numbers. You can
lock the phone manually, or set the phone to lock automatically
when turned on. In Lock mode, you can answer calls, but you
must unlock the phone to place calls (except to emergency and
secret numbers).
Important!: If you change the NAM1 setting after setting the phone to lock
upon power-up and did not program a number into NAM2, you
won’t be able to access your phone. You must call the Service
Center to unlock your phone.
From the Security menu, select Lock Phone. The
following options appear in the display:
• Lock — The phone locks immediately and stays locked until you
enter the lock code.
• Unlock — The phone remains unlocked.
• On Power Up — The phone locks automatically the next time your
phone is powered on and stays locked until you enter the lock code.
2. Select the Lock Phone option of your choice.
1.
Auto Device Lock
Auto Device Lock locks the phone when the screen backlight
turns off. (For more information, refer to “Backlight” on
page 92.)
From the Security menu, select Auto Device Lock. The
following options appear in the display:
• Off — Disables Auto Device Lock.
• On — Enables Auto Device Lock.
2. Select the Auto Device Lock option of your choice.
1.
Change Lock
The default lock code is generally the last four digits of your
phone number. It is advisable to change the default lock code to a
secret code for security purposes.
1.
From the Security menu, select Change Lock. The “New
Lock Code” prompt appears in the display.
2.
Enter the New Lock Code. You’re prompted to re-enter the
New Lock Code for verification.
3.
Enter the new lock code again. Your changes are stored.
Note: Your phone does not allow you to view the lock code for obvious
security reasons. If you change the lock code, be sure to write down or
memorize the new code.
Emergency #
You have the option of storing up to three emergency numbers to
your phone. Each number can be up to 32 digits in length. All
emergency numbers can be dialed any time, even when your
phone is locked or restricted.
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Note: Emergency number 911 is hard-coded into your phone. You can dial
this number any time, even when the phone is locked or restricted. If
you call 911 an audible tone is heard and an Emergency prompt
appears in the display for the duration of the call.
Important!: Because of various transmission methods, network parameters,
and user settings used to complete a call from your wireless
phone, a connection cannot always be guaranteed. Therefore,
emergency calling may not be available on all wireless networks
at all times.
Important!: DO NOT depend on this phone as a primary method of calling
911 or for essential or emergency calls.
Remember to always turn your phone on and check for adequate
signal strength before placing a call.
Note: When you dial an emergency number, you phone locks itself to the
emergency location that answered the call and locks itself in 911-Only
mode, blocking from dialing any number but an emergency number.
5.
Call Emergency Numbers in Lock Mode
1.
In Standby mode, enter the emergency number using
either keypad.
2.
Press
to place the call.
Reset Phone
Reset Phone returns all setup parameters (except for the
Contacts entries) to their factory default values.
Caution!: Before selecting Reset Phone, contact your Wireless Provider.
Invoking Reset Phone may erase settings made by your Wireless
Provider from your phone, resulting in loss of service.
1.
From the Security menu, select Reset Phone. A prompt
appears in the display to restore default settings (except
for Contacts).
2.
To reset your phone to factory default settings, press Yes.
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To discard your entry and return to the previous menu,
press Cancel.
To keep the current settings, press No.
Erase All Contacts
1.
From the Security menu, select Emergency #.
2.
Select one of the three emergency numbers.
3.
Enter the emergency number (up to 32 digits in length).
4.
To save the number that you entered, press OK (
Erase All Contacts deletes all entries from the Contacts list.
).
1.
From the Security menu, select Erase All Contacts.
The “Erase all contacts?” prompt appears in the display.
2.
To empty your Contacts list, press Yes.
To keep the current Contacts entries, press No.
Restrictions
Restrictions let you restrict the use of your phone for outgoing
calls/messages/data, incoming calls/messages/data, and calls/
messages placed by/to your Contacts.
From the Security menu, select Restrictions. The following
options appear in the display:
• Calls
• SMS Messages (Text messages)
• MMS Messages (Picture messages)
• Data
2. If you select Calls / SMS Messages / MMS Messages, the
following options are available:
• Outgoing — Restrict/allow all outgoing calls/messages or restrict
them to only those going to your Contacts.
• Incoming — Restrict/allow incoming calls/messages or restrict
them to only those coming from your Contacts.
3. If you select Data, you can Allow All or Allow None.
1.
4.
Select the desired option and select the desired setting.
Note: The default Restrictions settings are all Allow All.
NAM Selection
NAM Selection allows you to set your preferred system. Contact
your Wireless Provider for more information.
1.
From the Phone Settings menu, select NAM Selection.
The following NAM options appear in the display:
• NAM 1 — Your service contract has one phone number.
• NAM 2 — Your service contract has two phone numbers.
2. Select the desired setting. The phone automatically
restarts.
System Select
The System Select feature enables you to automatically or
manually select the network used when roaming outside of your
home area.
1.
From the Phone Settings menu, select System Select.
The following roaming options appear in the display:
• MetroPCS Only — Roaming is OFF. If your home system is not
available then your call will not be connected, and the no service
icon (
) appears in the display. In some service areas, an
operator may come on-line and ask you how you would prefer to
pay for the call.
• Automatic — Roaming is ON. It will always try your calls using the
Preferred Roaming List (PRL) loaded into your phone. If a preferred
service is not found, then this option will attempt to acquire any
digital service.
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2.
Select the desired Roam setting.
5.
The Phone Settings menu appears in the display.
Set Time
Use the Set Time option to set the current time and date.
Note: In digital service mode, the Set Time feature is disabled. The network
adjusts time and date automatically.
With Airplane Mode set to On, the Set Time feature is enabled.
From the Phone Settings menu, select Set Time. The
following options appear in the display:
• Set Time
• Set Date
2. Select Set Time. The Set Time screen appears in the
display.
1.
Enter the current time using your keypad:
• The hour and minute must be entered using two digits each. You
must enter the hour in 12-hour format.
• Use the Left and Right navigation keys to select am or pm.
4. Press OK to save the time. The following options appear in
the display:
• Set Time
• Set Date
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Select Set Date. The Set Date screen appears in the
display.
Enter the current date using your keypad:
• The month and day must be entered using two digits each.
• The year must be entered with all four digits.
7. Press OK to save the date.
6.
Speed Dial
Speed Dial lets you enable or disable dialing Contacts by using
their assigned Speed Dial numbers.
From the Phone Settings menu, select Speed Dial. The
following options appear in the display:
• Off — Disables Speed Dialing.
• On — Enables Speed Dialing.
2. Select the Speed Dial option of your choice.
1.
Shortcut Key
The Navigation keys can be customized to launch any of several
applications or functions from standby mode. Use the Shortcut
Key sub-menu to choose the application that you wish each
Navigation key to launch.
Note: To access this setting, you must first set Info Panel to Off.
1.
From the Phone Settings menu, select Shortcut Key. The
following Navigation key options appear in the display:
• Up Key
2.
• Right Key
• Down Key
• Left Key
• @metro
• My Images
• World Time
• MetroWEB
• Music Player
• Calculator
• Messages
• My Ringtones
• Stop Watch
• Inbox
• Calendar
• Converter
• Contacts
• Memo Pad
• Voice Recording
• Recent Calls
• Alarm Clock
• Tip Calculator
Select the desired function.
You can now press the selected Navigation key in standby
mode to launch the selected function.
Quick Search
Quick Search is an easy way to locate Contacts.
1.
1.
Select the desired Navigation key. The following options
appear in the display:
• Voice Commands
3.
Searching for a Contact
From the Phone Settings menu, select Quick Search.
The following options appear in the display:
• On
• Off
2. Select the desired option.
In Standby mode, press the first few numeric keys that
correspond to the letters of the contact’s name.
For example, to search for “Sally” you would enter
S
A
L
2.
Press the Navigation key Up. The Contacts Find screen
appears in the display with the first matching contact
name in a list highlighted.
3.
Highlight the desired Contact and press
contact.
to call the
PC Connection
PC Connection lets you allow or block PC connections to your
phone, using an optional USB Data Cable.
1.
From the Settings menu, select Phone Settings ➔
PC Connection. The following settings appear in the
display:
• USB Mass Storage — Your phone appears as a removable disk
drive to your PC, allowing you to transfer files (such as, music or
text files) to and from your phone.
• No Connection — Blocks connection and file transfers with a PC.
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2.
Select the desired setting.
Auto Key Lock
With Auto Key Lock set to On, your phone automatically disables
its keys when the screen backlight goes out.
From the Phone Settings menu, select Auto Key Lock.
The following settings appear in the display:
• On
• Off
2. Select the desired option.
1.
To unlock the keys:
1.
Press Unlock. “Press space to unlock” pops-up in the
display.
2.
Press
.
Memory Info
Memory Info shows the amount of phone memory that is
available and used, and details the distribution of the used
memory.
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From the Settings menu, select Memory Info. The
following options appear in the display:
Save Options
1.
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From the Memory Info menu, select Save Options ➔
Images. The following options appear in the display:
• Phone Memory — Stores pictures taken with your phone’s
camera in the phone’s memory.
• Card Memory — Stores pictures taken with your phone’s camera
in an optional microSD™ Memory Card.
2. Select the desired setting.
Phone Memory
1.
From the Memory Info menu, select Phone Memory.
The following options appear in the display:
• Memory Usage — Shows Total phone memory, total memory
Available, and memory quantities used to store Images, Ringtones,
Sounds, Applications, and Picture messages.
• My Images — Lists the photos stored in the My Images folder.
Lets you copy photos to an optional Memory Card or lets you make
used memory available by erasing unwanted photos or by moving
photos to an optional Memory Card.
• My Ringtones — Lists the downloaded ringtones and recorded
sounds stored in the My Ringtones folder. Lets you make used
memory available by erasing unwanted recorded sounds.
2. Select the desired option.
3.
To delete/move selected photos, downloaded ringtones, or
recorded sounds:
• Select My Images or My Ringtones.
• Press Options, then select Erase, Move, or Copy. The selected
Erase or Move/Copy (to an optional Memory Card) screen appears
in the display.
• Mark individual files by highlighting each file, then pressing MARK
(
); or mark all files by pressing Mark All.
• Press Done. You are prompted to confirm the erasure(s)/move(s).
– To erase/move/copy the selected file(s), press Yes.
– To keep the selected file(s), press No.
3.
Card Memory
1.
From the Memory Info menu, select Card Memory. The
following options appear in the display:
• Memory Usage — Shows Total phone memory, total memory
Available, and memory quantities used to store Images and Music.
• My Images — Lists the photos stored in the My Images folder.
Lets you copy photos to phone memory or lets you make used card
memory available by erasing unwanted photos or by moving photos
to phone memory.
• My Music — Lists the downloaded Music files stored in the My
Music folder. Lets you make used card memory available by
erasing unwanted Music files.
• Format Card — Erases the current contents of the optional
Memory Card (if any) and replaces it with a set of folders needed by
your phone.
Note: This option prepares used/unformatted microSD™ Memory Cards for
use with your phone. Repeated formatting of a Memory Card can
shorten its service life. Erase files rather that format a Memory Card.
2.
Select the desired option.
To delete/move selected photos, downloaded ringtones,
recorded sounds, or music files (you can only erase music
files):
• Select My Images, My Ringtones, or My Music.
• Press Options, then select Erase, Move, or Copy. The selected
Erase or Move/Copy (to phone memory) screen appears in the
display.
• Mark individual files by highlighting each file, then pressing MARK
(
); or mark all files by pressing Mark All.
• Press Done. You are prompted to confirm the erasure(s)/move(s).
– To erase/move/copy the selected file(s), press Yes.
– To keep the selected file(s), press No.
Formatting a Memory Card
Note: This option prepares used/unformatted microSD™ Memory Cards for
use with your phone. Repeated formatting of a Memory Card can
shorten its service life. Erase files rather than format a Memory Card.
1.
Insert an optional microSD™ Memory Card into your
phone. (For more information, refer to “Install a Memory
Card” on page 8.)
2.
From the Memory Info menu, select Card Memory ➔
Format Card. You are prompted to confirm that you want to
format the Memory Card.
3.
To format the Memory Card, press Yes.
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4.
To return to the Card Memory menu without formatting the
Memory Card, press No.
Phone Info
Phone Info lets you identify the hardware and software versions
of your phone and to identify the phone number assigned to your
phone.
Phone Number
2.
From the Settings menu, select Phone Info ➔ Phone
Number. The phone number assigned by your Wireless
Provider appears in the display.
Press OK (
) to return to the Phone Info menu.
Icon Glossary
From the Settings menu, select Phone Info ➔ Icon
Glossary.
A list of the icons that can appear on the top line of the
display shows in the display.
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) to return to the Phone Info menu.
From the Settings menu, select Phone Info ➔ Version.
Hardware and software information for your phone
appears in the display.
2.
Press the OK (
) key to return to the Phone Info menu.
MEID
Lists the MEID (Mobile Equipment Identifier) number for your
phone in decimal (MEID Dec) and hexadecimal (MEID Hex)
formats.
1.
This option causes the Icon Glossary list to appear in the display
and show the icons that can appear in the display and the names
of the icons.
1.
Press OK (
You can view the PRL (Preferred Roaming List), ERI (Extended
Roaming Indicator), software version, Browser version, @metro
version, and hardware version on your phone. This feature is
helpful if you need to contact Customer Service.
1.
This option causes the Phone Number screen to appear in the
display and show the ten-digit number assigned to your phone by
your Wireless Provider.
1.
2.
Version
From the Settings menu, select Phone Info ➔ MEID.
MEID Dec and MEID Hex numbers for your phone appear in
the display.
2.
Press the OK (
) key to return to the Phone Info menu.
Section 15: Health and Safety Information
This section outlines the safety precautions associated with using
your phone. These safety precautions should be followed to
safely use your phone.
Health and Safety Information
Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) Signals
Certification Information (SAR)
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is
designed and manufactured not to exceed the exposure limits for
radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) of the U.S. government.
These FCC exposure limits are derived from the
recommendations of two expert organizations, the National
Counsel on Radiation Protection and Measurement (NCRP) and
the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
In both cases, the recommendations were developed by scientific
and engineering experts drawn from industry, government, and
academia after extensive reviews of the scientific literature
related to the biological effects of RF energy.
The exposure limit set by the FCC for wireless mobile phones
employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR). The SAR is a measure of the rate of
absorption of RF energy by the human body expressed in units of
watts per kilogram (W/kg). The FCC requires wireless phones to
comply with a safety limit of 1.6 watts per kilogram (1.6 W/kg).
The FCC exposure limit incorporates a substantial margin of
safety to give additional protection to the public and to account
for any variations in measurements.
SAR tests are conducted using standard operating positions
accepted by the FCC with the phone transmitting at its highest
certified power level in all tested frequency bands. Although the
SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the actual
SAR level of the phone while operating can be well below the
maximum value. This is because the phone is designed to
operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the power
required to reach the network. In general, the closer you are to a
wireless base station antenna, the lower the power output.
Before a new model phone is available for sale to the public, it
must be tested and certified to the FCC that it does not exceed
the exposure limit established by the FCC. Tests for each model
phone are performed in positions and locations (e.g. at the ear
and worn on the body) as required by the FCC.
For body worn operation, this phone has been tested and meets
FCC RF exposure guidelines when used with an accessory that
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contains no metal and that positions the handset a minimum of
1.5 cm from the body.
Use of other accessories may not ensure compliance with FCC RF
exposure guidelines.
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this mobile
phone with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in compliance
with the FCC RF exposure guidelines. The maximum SAR values
for this model phone as reported to the FCC are:
• Head: 1.21 W/Kg.
• Body-worn: 0.775 W/Kg.
SAR information on this and other model phones can be viewed
online at http://www.fcc.gov/oet/ea. To find information that
pertains to a particular model phone, this site uses the phone
FCC ID number which is usually printed somewhere on the case
of the phone.
Sometimes it may be necessary to remove the battery pack to
find the number. Once you have the FCC ID number for a
particular phone, follow the instructions on the website and it
should provide values for typical or maximum SAR for a particular
phone. Additional product specific SAR information can also be
obtained at www.fcc.gov/cgb/sar.
Warning Regarding Display
The display on your handset is made of glass or acrylic and could
break if your handset is dropped or if it receives significant
impact. Do not use if screen is broken or cracked as this could
cause injury to you.
Samsung Mobile Products and Recycling
Samsung cares for the environment and encourages its
customers to recycle Samsung mobile phones and genuine
Samsung accessories.
Go to: https://fun.samsungmobileusa.com/recycling/index.jsp or
1-800-822-8837 for more information.
UL Certified Travel Adapter
The Travel Adapter for this phone has met applicable UL safety
requirements. Please adhere to the following safety instructions
per UL guidelines.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS OUTLINED MAY LEAD
TO SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY AND POSSIBLE PROPERTY
DAMAGE.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS - SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS.
DANGER - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK,
CAREFULLY FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
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FOR CONNECTION TO A SUPPLY NOT IN NORTH AMERICA, USE
AN ATTACHMENT PLUG ADAPTOR OF THE PROPER
CONFIGURATION FOR THE POWER OUTLET. THIS POWER UNIT IS
INTENDED TO BE CORRECTLY ORIENTATED IN A VERTICAL OR
HORIZONTAL OR FLOOR MOUNT POSITION.
Consumer Information on Wireless Phones
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has published a
series of Questions and Answers for consumers relating to radio
frequency (RF) exposure from wireless phones. The FDA
publication includes the following information:
What kinds of phones are the subject of this update?
The term wireless phone refers here to hand-held wireless
phones with built-in antennas, often called "cell," "mobile," or
"PCS" phones. These types of wireless phones can expose the
user to measurable radio frequency energy (RF) because of the
short distance between the phone and the user's head. These RF
exposures are limited by Federal Communications Commission
safety guidelines that were developed with the advice of FDA and
other federal health and safety agencies.
When the phone is located at greater distances from the user, the
exposure to RF is drastically lower because a person's RF
exposure decreases rapidly with increasing distance from the
source. The so-called "cordless phones," which have a base unit
connected to the telephone wiring in a house, typically operate at
far lower power levels, and thus produce RF exposures well
within the FCC's compliance limits.
Do wireless phones pose a health hazard?
The available scientific evidence does not show that any health
problems are associated with using wireless phones. There is no
proof, however, that wireless phones are absolutely safe.
Wireless phones emit low levels of radio frequency energy (RF) in
the microwave range while being used. They also emit very low
levels of RF when in the stand-by mode. Whereas high levels of
RF can produce health effects (by heating tissue), exposure to
low level RF that does not produce heating effects causes no
known adverse health effects. Many studies of low level RF
exposures have not found any biological effects. Some studies
have suggested that some biological effects may occur, but such
findings have not been confirmed by additional research. In some
cases, other researchers have had difficulty in reproducing those
studies, or in determining the reasons for inconsistent results.
What is FDA's role concerning the safety of wireless
phones?
Under the law, FDA does not review the safety of radiationemitting consumer products such as wireless phones before they
can be sold, as it does with new drugs or medical devices.
However, the agency has authority to take action if wireless
phones are shown to emit radio frequency energy (RF) at a level
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that is hazardous to the user. In such a case, FDA could require
the manufacturers of wireless phones to notify users of the
health hazard and to repair, replace or recall the phones so that
the hazard no longer exists.
Although the existing scientific data do not justify FDA regulatory
actions, FDA has urged the wireless phone industry to take a
number of steps, including the following:
• Support needed research into possible biological effects of RF of the
type emitted by wireless phones;
• Design wireless phones in a way that minimizes any RF exposure to
the user that is not necessary for device function; and
• Cooperate in providing users of wireless phones with the best possible
information on possible effects of wireless phone use on human
health.
FDA belongs to an interagency working group of the federal
agencies that have responsibility for different aspects of RF
safety to ensure coordinated efforts at the federal level. The
following agencies belong to this working group:
• National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
• Environmental Protection Agency
• Federal Communications Commission
• Occupational Safety and Health Administration
• National Telecommunications and Information Administration
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The National Institutes of Health participates in some interagency
working group activities, as well.
FDA shares regulatory responsibilities for wireless phones with
the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). All phones that
are sold in the United States must comply with FCC safety
guidelines that limit RF exposure. FCC relies on FDA and other
health agencies for safety questions about wireless phones.
FCC also regulates the base stations that the wireless phone
networks rely upon. While these base stations operate at higher
power than do the wireless phones themselves, the RF
exposures that people get from these base stations are typically
thousands of times lower than those they can get from wireless
phones.
Base stations are thus not the primary subject of the safety
questions discussed in this document.
What are the results of the research done already?
The research done thus far has produced conflicting results, and
many studies have suffered from flaws in their research
methods. Animal experiments investigating the effects of radio
frequency energy (RF) exposures characteristic of wireless
phones have yielded conflicting results that often cannot be
repeated in other laboratories. A few animal studies, however,
have suggested that low levels of RF could accelerate the
development of cancer in laboratory animals. However, many of
the studies that showed increased tumor development used
animals that had been genetically engineered or treated with
cancer-causing chemicals so as to be pre-disposed to develop
cancer in absence of RF exposure. Other studies exposed the
animals to RF for up to 22 hours per day. These conditions are
not similar to the conditions under which people use wireless
phones, so we don't know with certainty what the results of such
studies mean for human health.
Three large epidemiology studies have been published since
December 2000. Between them, the studies investigated any
possible association between the use of wireless phones and
primary brain cancer, glioma, meningioma, or acoustic neuroma,
tumors of the brain or salivary gland, leukemia, or other cancers.
None of the studies demonstrated the existence of any harmful
health effects from wireless phones RF exposures.
However, none of the studies can answer questions about longterm exposures, since the average period of phone use in these
studies was around three years.
animals would be needed to provide reliable proof of a cancer
promoting effect if one exists.
Epidemiological studies can provide data that is directly
applicable to human populations, but ten or more years' followup may be needed to provide answers about some health effects,
such as cancer.
This is because the interval between the time of exposure to a
cancer-causing agent and the time tumors develop - if they do may be many, many years. The interpretation of epidemiological
studies is hampered by difficulties in measuring actual RF
exposure during day-to-day use of wireless phones. Many
factors affect this measurement, such as the angle at which the
phone is held, or which model of phone is used.
What is FDA doing to find out more about the possible
health effects of wireless phone RF?
What research is needed to decide whether RF exposure
from wireless phones poses a health risk?
FDA is working with the U.S. National Toxicology Program and
with groups of investigators around the world to ensure that high
priority animal studies are conducted to address important
questions about the effects of exposure to radio frequency
energy (RF).
A combination of laboratory studies and epidemiological studies
of people actually using wireless phones would provide some of
the data that are needed. Lifetime animal exposure studies could
be completed in a few years. However, very large numbers of
FDA has been a leading participant in the World Health
Organization international Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) Project
since its inception in 1996. An influential result of this work has
been the development of a detailed agenda of research needs
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that has driven the establishment of new research programs
around the world. The Project has also helped develop a series of
public information documents on EMF issues.
FDA and Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association
(CTIA) have a formal Cooperative Research and Development
Agreement (CRADA) to do research on wireless phone safety.
FDA provides the scientific oversight, obtaining input from
experts in government, industry, and academic organizations.
CTIA-funded research is conducted through contracts to
independent investigators. The initial research will include both
laboratory studies and studies of wireless phone users. The
CRADA will also include a broad assessment of additional
research needs in the context of the latest research
developments around the world.
What steps can I take to reduce my exposure to radio
frequency energy from my wireless phone?
If there is a risk from these products - and at this point we do not
know that there is - it is probably very small. But if you are
concerned about avoiding even potential risks, you can take a
few simple steps to minimize your exposure to radio frequency
energy (RF). Since time is a key factor in how much exposure a
person receives, reducing the amount of time spent using a
wireless phone will reduce RF exposure.
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• If you must conduct extended conversations by wireless phone every
day, you could place more distance between your body and the source
of the RF, since the exposure level drops off dramatically with distance.
For example, you could use a headset and carry the wireless phone
away from your body or use a wireless phone connected to a remote
antenna.
Again, the scientific data do not demonstrate that wireless
phones are harmful. But if you are concerned about the RF
exposure from these products, you can use measures like those
described above to reduce your RF exposure from wireless phone
use.
What about children using wireless phones?
The scientific evidence does not show a danger to users of
wireless phones, including children and teenagers. If you want to
take steps to lower exposure to radio frequency energy (RF), the
measures described above would apply to children and
teenagers using wireless phones. Reducing the time of wireless
phone use and increasing the distance between the user and the
RF source will reduce RF exposure.
Some groups sponsored by other national governments have
advised that children be discouraged from using wireless phones
at all. For example, the government in the United Kingdom
distributed leaflets containing such a recommendation in
December 2000.
They noted that no evidence exists that using a wireless phone
causes brain tumors or other ill effects. Their recommendation to
limit wireless phone use by children was strictly precautionary; it
was not based on scientific evidence that any health hazard
exists.
Do hands-free kits for wireless phones reduce
risks from exposure to RF emissions?
Since there are no known risks from exposure to RF emissions
from wireless phones, there is no reason to believe that handsfree kits reduce risks. Hands-free kits can be used with wireless
phones for convenience and comfort. These systems reduce the
absorption of RF energy in the head because the phone, which is
the source of the RF emissions, will not be placed against the
head. On the other hand, if the phone is mounted against the
waist or other part of the body during use, then that part of the
body will absorb more RF energy. Wireless phones marketed in
the U.S. are required to meet safety requirements regardless of
whether they are used against the head or against the body.
Either configuration should result in compliance with the safety
limit.
Do wireless phone accessories that claim to shield
the head from RF radiation work?
Since there are no known risks from exposure to RF emissions
from wireless phones, there is no reason to believe that
accessories that claim to shield the head from those emissions
reduce risks. Some products that claim to shield the user from RF
absorption use special phone cases, while others involve nothing
more than a metallic accessory attached to the phone. Studies
have shown that these products generally do not work as
advertised. Unlike "hand-free" kits, these so-called "shields"
may interfere with proper operation of the phone. The phone may
be forced to boost its power to compensate, leading to an
increase in RF absorption. In February 2002, the Federal trade
Commission (FTC) charged two companies that sold devices that
claimed to protect wireless phone users from radiation with
making false and unsubstantiated claims.
According to FTC, these defendants lacked a reasonable basis to
substantiate their claim.
What about wireless phone interference with
medical equipment?
Radio frequency energy (RF) from wireless phones can interact
with some electronic devices. For this reason, FDA helped
develop a detailed test method to measure electromagnetic
interference (EMI) of implanted cardiac pacemakers and
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defibrillators from wireless telephones. This test method is now
part of a standard sponsored by the Association for the
Advancement of Medical instrumentation (AAMI). The final draft,
a joint effort by FDA, medical device manufacturers, and many
other groups, was completed in late 2000. This standard will
allow manufacturers to ensure that cardiac pacemakers and
defibrillators are safe from wireless phone EMI. FDA has tested
wireless phones and helped develop a voluntary standard
sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
(IEEE). This standard specifies test methods and performance
requirements for hearing aids and wireless phones so that no
interference occurs when a person uses a compatible phone and
a compatible hearing aid at the same time. This standard was
approved by the IEEE in 2000.
FDA continues to monitor the use of wireless phones for possible
interactions with other medical devices. Should harmful
interference be found to occur, FDA will conduct testing to assess
the interference and work to resolve the problem.
Additional information on the safety of RF exposures from various
sources can be obtained from the following organizations
(Updated 12/1/2006):
• FCC RF Safety Program:
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/
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• Environmental Protection Agency (EPA):
http://www.epa.gov/radiation/
• Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA):
http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/radiofrequencyradiation/index.html
• National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH):
http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/homepage.html
• World Health Organization (WHO):
http://www.who.int/peh-emf/
• International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection:
http://www.icnirp.de
• Health Protection Agency:
http://www.hpa.org.uk/radiation
• US Food and Drug Administration:
http://www.fda.gov/cellphones
Road Safety
Your wireless phone gives you the powerful ability to
communicate by voice, almost anywhere, anytime. But an
important responsibility accompanies the benefits of wireless
phones, one that every user must uphold.
When driving a car, driving is your first responsibility. When using
your wireless phone behind the wheel of a car, practice good
common sense and remember the following tips:
1.
Get to know your wireless phone and its features, such as
speed dial and redial. If available, these features help you
to place your call without taking your attention off the road.
2.
When available, use a hands-free device. If possible, add
an additional layer of convenience and safety to your
wireless phone with one of the many hands free
accessories available today.
3.
Position your wireless phone within easy reach. Be able to
access your wireless phone without removing your eyes
from the road. If you get an incoming call at an
inconvenient time, let your voice mail answer it for you.
4.
Let the person you are speaking with know you are driving;
if necessary, suspend the call in heavy traffic or hazardous
weather conditions. Rain, sleet, snow, ice and even heavy
traffic can be hazardous.
5.
Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while driving.
Jotting down a "to do" list or flipping through your address
book takes attention away from your primary
responsibility, driving safely.
6.
Dial sensibly and assess the traffic; if possible, place calls
when you are not moving or before pulling into traffic. Try
to plan calls when your car will be stationary. If you need to
make a call while moving, dial only a few numbers, check
the road and your mirrors, then continue.
7.
Do not engage in stressful or emotional conversations that
may be distracting. Make people you are talking with
aware you are driving and suspend conversations that
have the potential to divert your attention from the road.
8.
Use your wireless phone to call for help. Dial 9-1-1 or other
local emergency number in the case of fire, traffic accident
or medical emergencies.
9.
Use your wireless phone to help others in emergencies. If
you see an auto accident, crime in progress or other
serious emergency where lives are in danger, call 9-1-1 or
other local emergency number, as you would want others
to do for you.
10. Call roadside assistance or a special non-emergency
wireless assistance number when necessary. If you see a
broken-down vehicle posing no serious hazard, a broken
traffic signal, a minor traffic accident where no one
appears injured, or a vehicle you know to be stolen, call
roadside assistance or other special non-emergency
number.
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"The wireless industry reminds you to use your phone safely when
driving."
studies with tinnitus (a ringing in the ear), hypersensitivity to
sound and distorted hearing.
For more information, please call 1-888-901-SAFE, or visit our
web-site www.ctia.org.
Individual susceptibility to noise-induced hearing loss and
potential hearing problem varies. Additionally, the amount of
sound produced by a portable audio device varies depending on
the nature of the sound, the device settings, and the headphones
that are used. As a result, there is no single volume setting that is
appropriate for everyone or for every combination of sound,
settings and equipment.
Important!: If you are using a handset other than a standard numeric keypad,
please call 1-888-901-7233.
Provided by the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet
Association.
Responsible Listening
Caution!: Avoid potential hearing loss.
Damage to hearing occurs when a person is exposed to loud
sounds over time. The risk of hearing loss increases as sound is
played louder and for longer durations.
Prolonged exposure to loud sounds (including music) is the most
common cause of preventable hearing loss. Some scientific
research suggests that using portable audio devices, such as
portable music players and cellular telephones, at high volume
settings for long durations may lead to permanent noise-induced
hearing loss. This includes the use of headphones (including
headsets, earbuds, and Bluetooth or other wireless devices).
Exposure to very loud sound has also been associated in some
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You should follow some commonsense recommendations when
using any portable audio device:
• Set the volume in a quiet environment and select the lowest volume at
which you can hear adequately.
• When using headphones, turn the volume down if you cannot hear the
people speaking near you or if the person sitting next to you can hear
what you are listening to.
• Do not turn the volume up to block out noisy surroundings. If you
choose to listen to your portable device in a noisy environment, use
noise-cancelling headphones to block out background environmental
noise. By blocking background environment noise, noise cancelling
headphones should allow you to hear the music at lower volumes than
when using earbuds.
• Limit the amount of time you listen. As the volume increases, less time
is required before you hearing could be affected.
• Avoid using headphones after exposure to extremely loud noises, such
as rock concerts, that might cause temporary hearing loss. Temporary
hearing loss might cause unsafe volumes to sound normal.
• Do not listen at any volume that causes you discomfort. If you
experience ringing in your ears, hear muffled speech or experience
any temporary hearing difficulty after listening to your portable audio
device, discontinue use and consult your doctor.
You can obtain additional information on this subject from the
following sources:
National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders
National Institutes of Health
31 Center Drive, MSC 2320
Bethesda, MD 20892-2320
Email: nidcdinfo@nih.gov
Internet: http://www.nidcd.nih.gov/
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
395 E Street, S.W.
American Academy of Audiology
11730 Plaza American Drive, Suite 300
Reston, VA 20190
Voice: (800) 222-2336
Email: info@audiology.org
Internet: http://www.audiology.org
Suite 9200
Patriots Plaza Building
Washington, DC 20201
Voice: 1-800-35-NIOSH (1-800-356-4647)
1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636)
Outside the U.S. 513-533-8328
Email: cdcinfo@cdc.gov
Internet: http://www.cdc.gov
1-888-232-6348 TTY
Internet: http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/noise/default.html
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Operating Environment
Remember to follow any special regulations in force in any area
and always switch your phone off whenever it is forbidden to use
it, or when it may cause interference or danger.
When connecting the phone or any accessory to another device,
read its user's guide for detailed safety instructions. Do not
connect incompatible products.
As with other mobile radio transmitting equipment, users are
advised that for the satisfactory operation of the equipment and
for the safety of personnel, it is recommended that the
equipment should only be used in the normal operating position
(held to your ear with the antenna pointing over your shoulder if
you are using an external antenna).
Using Your Phone Near Other Electronic Devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from radio
frequency (RF) signals. However, certain electronic equipment
may not be shielded against the RF signals from your wireless
phone. Consult the manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
Implantable Medical Devices
A minimum separation of six (6) inches should be maintained
between a handheld wireless phone and an implantable medical
device, such as a pacemaker or implantable cardioverter
defibrillator, to avoid potential interference with the device.
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Persons who have such devices:
• Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six (6) inches from their
implantable medical device when the phone is turned ON;
• Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket;
• Should use the ear opposite the implantable medical device to
minimize the potential for interference;
• Should turn the phone OFF immediately if there is any reason to
suspect that interference is taking place;
• Should read and follow the directions from the manufacturer of your
implantable medical device. If you have any questions about using
your wireless phone with such a device, consult your health care
provider.
For more information see:
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/rf-faqs.html
FCC Hearing-Aid Compatibility (HAC)
Regulations for Wireless Devices
On July 10, 2003, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission
(FCC) Report and Order in WT Docket 01-309 modified the
exception of wireless phones under the Hearing Aid Compatibility
Act of 1988 (HAC Act) to require digital wireless phones be
compatible with hearing-aids.
The intent of the HAC Act is to ensure reasonable access to
telecommunications services for persons with hearing
disabilities.
While some wireless phones are used near some hearing devices
(hearing aids and cochlear implants), users may detect a
buzzing, humming, or whining noise. Some hearing devices are
more immune than others to this interference noise, and phones
also vary in the amount of interference they generate.
The wireless telephone industry has developed a rating system
for wireless phones, to assist hearing device users find phones
that may be compatible with their hearing devices. Not all phones
have been rated. Phones that are rated have the rating on their
box or a label located on the box.
The ratings are not guarantees. Results will vary depending on
the user's hearing device and hearing loss. If your hearing device
happens to be vulnerable to interference, you may not be able to
use a rated phone successfully. Trying out the phone with your
hearing device is the best way to evaluate it for your personal
needs.
M-Ratings: Phones rated M3 or M4 meet FCC requirements and
are likely to generate less interference to hearing devices than
phones that are not labeled. M4 is the better/higher of the two
ratings.
T-Ratings: Phones rated T3 or T4 meet FCC requirements and are
likely to generate less interference to hearing devices than
phones that are not labeled. T4 is the better/higher of the two
ratings.
Hearing devices may also be rated. Your hearing device
manufacturer or hearing health professional may help you find
this rating. Higher ratings mean that the hearing device is
relatively immune to interference noise. The hearing aid and
wireless phone rating values are then added together.
A sum of 5 is considered acceptable for normal use. A sum of 6
is considered for best use.
M3
+
M2
=
5
T3
+
T2
=
5
In the above example, if a hearing aid meets the M2 level rating
and the wireless phone meets the M3 level rating, the sum of the
two values equal M5. This is synonymous for T ratings. This
should provide the hearing aid user with "normal usage" while
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using their hearing aid with the particular wireless phone.
"Normal usage" in this context is defined as a signal quality that
is acceptable for normal operation.
The M mark is intended to be synonymous with the U mark. The
T mark is intended to be synonymous with the UT mark. The M
and T marks are recommended by the Alliance for
Telecommunications Industries Solutions (ATIS). The U and UT
marks are referenced in Section 20.19 of the FCC Rules.
The HAC rating and measurement procedure are described in the
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) C63.19 standard.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical devices, consult the
manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately
shielded from external RF energy. Your physician may be able to
assist you in obtaining this information. Switch your phone off in
health care facilities when any regulations posted in these areas
instruct you to do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be
using equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.
Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately
shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles. Check with the
manufacturer or its representative regarding your vehicle. You
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should also consult the manufacturer of any equipment that has
been added to your vehicle.
Posted Facilities
Switch your phone off in any facility where posted notices require
you to do so.
Potentially Explosive Environments
Switch your phone off when in any area with a potentially
explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions. Sparks
in such areas could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily
injury or even death.
Users are advised to switch the phone off while at a refueling
point (service station). Users are reminded of the need to observe
restrictions on the use of radio equipment in fuel depots (fuel
storage and distribution areas), chemical plants or where blasting
operations are in progress.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often but not
always clearly marked. They include below deck on boats,
chemical transfer or storage facilities, vehicles using liquefied
petroleum gas (such as propane or butane), areas where the air
contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust or metal
powders, and any other area where you would normally be
advised to turn off your vehicle engine.
Emergency Calls
This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio
signals, wireless and landline networks as well as userprogrammed functions, which cannot guarantee connection in all
conditions. Therefore, you should never rely solely on any
wireless phone for essential communications (medical
emergencies, for example).
Remember, to make or receive any calls the phone must be
switched on and in a service area with adequate signal strength.
Emergency calls may not be possible on all wireless phone
networks or when certain network services and/or phone
features are in use. Check with local service providers.
To make an emergency call:
1.
If the phone is not on, switch it on.
2.
Key in the emergency number for your present location (for
example, 911 or other official emergency number).
Emergency numbers vary by location.
3.
Press the
key.
When making an emergency call, remember to give all the
necessary information as accurately as possible. Remember that
your phone may be the only means of communication at the
scene of an accident; do not cut off the call until given
permission to do so.
Restricting Children's access to your Phone
Your phone is not a toy. Children should not be allowed to play
with it because they could hurt themselves and others, damage
the phone or make calls that increase your phone bill.
FCC Notice and Cautions
FCC Notice
The phone may cause TV or radio interference if used in close
proximity to receiving equipment. The FCC can require you to
stop using the phone if such interference cannot be eliminated.
Vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or
butane) must comply with the National Fire Protection Standard
(NFPA-58). For a copy of this standard, contact the National Fire
Protection Association:
If certain features are in use (call barring, for example), you may
first need to deactivate those features before you can make an
emergency call. Consult this document and your local cellular
service provider.
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• Check regularly that all wireless phone equipment in your vehicle is
NFPA (National Fire Protection Agency)
1 Batterymarch Park
Quincy, Massachusetts
USA 02169-7471
Internet: http://www.nfpa.org
Cautions
Any changes or modifications to your phone not expressly
approved in this document could void your warranty for this
equipment, and void your authority to operate this equipment.
Only use approved batteries, antennas and chargers. The use of
any unauthorized accessories may be dangerous and void the
phone warranty if said accessories cause damage or a defect to
the phone.
Although your phone is quite sturdy, it is a complex piece of
equipment and can be broken. Avoid dropping, hitting, bending
or sitting on it.
Other Important Safety Information
• Only qualified personnel should service the phone or install the phone
in a vehicle. Faulty installation or service may be dangerous and may
invalidate any warranty applicable to the device.
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mounted and operating properly.
• Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or explosive materials in
the same compartment as the phone, its parts or accessories.
• For vehicles equipped with an air bag, remember that an air bag
inflates with great force. Do not place objects, including both installed
or portable wireless equipment in the area over the air bag or in the air
bag deployment area. If wireless equipment is improperly installed and
the air bag inflates, serious injury could result.
• Switch your phone off before boarding an aircraft. The use of wireless
phone in aircraft is illegal and may be dangerous to the aircraft's
operation.
• Failure to observe these instructions may lead to the suspension or
denial of telephone services to the offender, or legal action, or both.
Product Performance
Getting the Most Out of Your Signal Reception
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 the Power Save Feature
If your phone is unable to find a signal after searching, a Power
Save feature is automatically activated. If your phone is active, it
periodically rechecks service availability or you can check it
yourself by pressing any key.
Anytime the Power Save feature is activated, a message displays
on the screen. When a signal is found, your phone returns to
standby mode.
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 in digital mode.
Maintaining Your Phone's Peak Performance
For the best care of your phone, only authorized personnel should
service your phone and accessories. Faulty service may void the
warranty.
There are several simple guidelines to operating your phone
properly and maintaining safe, satisfactory service.
• To ensure that the Hearing Aid Compatibility rating for your phone is
maintained, secondary transmitters such as Bluetooth and WLAN
components must be disabled during a call. For more information,
refer to “Turn Bluetooth On/Off” on page 78.
• If your phone is equipped with an external antenna, hold the phone
with the antenna raised, fully-extended and over your shoulder.
• Do not hold, bend or twist the phone's antenna, if applicable.
• Do not use the phone if the antenna is damaged.
• If your phone is equipped with an internal antenna, obstructing the
internal antenna could inhibit call performance.
• Speak directly into the phone's receiver.
• Avoid exposing your phone and accessories to rain or liquid spills. If
your phone does get wet, immediately turn the power off and remove
the battery. If it is inoperable, call Customer Care for service.
Availability of Various Features/Ring Tones
Many services and features are network dependent and may
require additional subscription and/or usage charges. Not all
features are available for purchase or use in all areas.
Downloadable Ring Tones may be available at an additional cost.
Other conditions and restrictions may apply. See your service
provider for additional information.
Battery Standby and Talk Time
Standby and talk times will vary depending on phone usage
patterns and conditions. Battery power consumption depends on
factors such as network configuration, signal strength, operating
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temperature, features selected, frequency of calls, and voice,
data, and other application usage patterns.
Battery Precautions
• Avoid dropping the cell phone. Dropping it, especially on a hard
surface, can potentially cause damage to the phone and battery. If you
suspect damage to the phone or battery, take it to a service center for
inspection.
• Never use any charger or battery that is damaged in any way.
• Do not modify or remanufacture the battery as this could result in
serious safety hazards.
• If you use the phone near the network's base station, it uses less
power; talk and standby time are greatly affected by the signal
strength on the cellular network and the parameters set by the
network operator.
• Follow battery usage, storage and charging guidelines found in the
user’s guide.
• Battery charging time depends on the remaining battery charge and
the type of battery and charger used. The battery can be charged and
discharged hundreds of times, but it will gradually wear out. When the
operation time (talk time and standby time) is noticeably shorter than
normal, it is time to buy a new battery.
• If left unused, a fully charged battery will discharge itself over time.
• Use only Samsung-approved batteries and recharge your battery only
with Samsung-approved chargers. When a charger is not in use,
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disconnect it from the power source. Do not leave the battery
connected to a charger for more than a week, since overcharging may
shorten its life.
• Do not use incompatible cell phone batteries and chargers. Some Web
sites and second-hand dealers, not associated with reputable
manufacturers and carriers, might be selling incompatible or even
counterfeit batteries and chargers. Consumers should purchase
manufacturer or carrier recommended products and accessories. If
unsure about whether a replacement battery or charger is compatible,
contact the manufacturer of the battery or charger.
• Misuse or use of incompatible phones, batteries, and charging devices
could result in damage to the equipment and a possible risk of fire,
explosion, leakage, or other serious hazard.
• Extreme temperatures will affect the charging capacity of your battery:
it may require cooling or warming first.
• Do not leave the battery in hot or cold places, such as in a car in
summer or winter conditions, as you will reduce the capacity and
lifetime of the battery. Always try to keep the battery at room
temperature. A phone with a hot or cold battery may temporarily not
work, even when the battery is fully charged. Li-ion batteries are
particularly affected by temperatures below
0 °C (32 °F).
• Do not place the phone in areas that may get very hot, such as on or
near a cooking surface, cooking appliance, iron, or radiator.
• Do not get your phone or battery wet. Even though they will dry and
appear to operate normally, the circuitry could slowly corrode and
pose a safety hazard.
• Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental short-circuiting can occur
when a metallic object (coin, clip or pen) causes a direct connection
between the + and - terminals of the battery (metal strips on the
battery), for example when you carry a spare battery in a pocket or
bag. Short-circuiting the terminals may damage the battery or the
object causing the short-circuiting.
• Do not permit a battery out of the phone to come in contact with metal
objects, such as coins, keys or jewelry.
• Do not crush, puncture or put a high degree of pressure on the battery
as this can cause an internal short-circuit, resulting in overheating.
• Dispose of used batteries in accordance with local regulations. In some
areas, the disposal of batteries in household or business trash may be
prohibited. For safe disposal options for Li-Ion batteries, contact your
nearest Samsung authorized service center. Always recycle. Do not
dispose of batteries in a fire.
Care and Maintenance
Your phone is a product of superior design and craftsmanship
and should be treated with care. The suggestions below will help
you fulfill any warranty obligations and allow you to enjoy this
product for many years.
• Keep the phone and all its parts and accessories out of the reach of
small children.
• Keep the phone dry. Precipitation, humidity and liquids contain
minerals that will corrode electronic circuits.
• Do not use the phone with a wet hand. Doing so may cause an electric
shock to you or damage to the phone.
• Do not use or store the phone in dusty, dirty areas, as its moving parts
may be damaged.
• Do not store the phone in hot areas. High temperatures can shorten the
life of electronic devices, damage batteries, and warp or melt certain
plastics.
• Do not store the phone in cold areas. When the phone warms up to its
normal operating temperature, moisture can form inside the phone,
which may damage the phone's electronic circuit boards.
• Do not drop, knock or shake the phone. Rough handling can break
internal circuit boards.
• Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents or strong detergents to
clean the phone. Wipe it with a soft cloth slightly dampened in a mild
soap-and-water solution.
• Do not paint the phone. Paint can clog the device's moving parts and
prevent proper operation.
• Do not put the phone in or on heating devices, such as a microwave
oven, a stove or a radiator. The phone may explode when overheated.
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• If your phone is equipped with an external antenna, use only the
supplied or an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas
or modified accessories may damage the phone and violate
regulations governing radio devices.
• If the phone, battery, charger or any accessory is not working properly,
take it to your nearest qualified service facility. The personnel there
will assist you, and if necessary, arrange for service.
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Section 16: Warranty Information
Standard Limited Warranty
What is Covered and For How Long?
SAMSUNG TELECOMMUNICATIONS AMERICA, LLC ("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
What is Not Covered? This Limited Warranty is conditioned upon
proper use of Product by Purchaser. This Limited Warranty does
not cover: (a) defects or damage resulting from accident, misuse,
abuse, neglect, unusual physical, electrical or electromechanical
stress, or modification of any part of Product, including antenna,
or cosmetic damage; (b) equipment that has the serial number
removed or made illegible; (c) any plastic surfaces or other
externally exposed parts that are scratched or damaged due to
normal use; (d) malfunctions resulting from the use of Product in
conjunction with accessories, products, or ancillary/peripheral
equipment not furnished or approved by SAMSUNG; (e) defects or
damage from improper testing, operation, maintenance,
installation, or adjustment; (f) installation, maintenance, and
service of Product, or (g) Product used or purchased outside the
United States or Canada.
This Limited Warranty covers batteries only if battery capacity
falls below 80% of rated capacity or the battery leaks, and this
Limited Warranty does not cover any battery if (i) the battery has
been charged by a battery charger not specified or approved by
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
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facility in an adequate container for shipping, accompanied by
Purchaser's sales receipt or comparable substitute proof of sale
showing the date of purchase, the serial number of Product and
the sellers' name and address. To obtain assistance on where to
deliver the Product, call Samsung Customer Care at 1-888-9874357. 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.
WHAT ARE THE LIMITS ON SAMSUNG'S WARRANTY/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
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OR OTHERWISE, OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT TO
THE PRODUCT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
• THE MERCHANTABILITY OF THE PRODUCT OR ITS FITNESS FOR ANY
PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE;
• WARRANTIES OF TITLE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT;
• DESIGN, CONDITION, QUALITY, OR PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCT;
• THE WORKMANSHIP OF THE PRODUCT OR THE COMPONENTS
CONTAINED THEREIN; OR
• COMPLIANCE OF THE PRODUCT WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF ANY
LAW, RULE, SPECIFICATION OR CONTRACT PERTAINING THERETO.
NOTHING CONTAINED IN THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL SHALL BE
CONSTRUED TO CREATE AN EXPRESS WARRANTY OF ANY KIND
WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT. ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS THAT MAY ARISE BY OPERATION
OF LAW, INCLUDING IF APPLICABLE THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, ARE HEREBY LIMITED TO THE SAME DURATION OF
TIME AS THE EXPRESS WRITTEN WARRANTY STATED HEREIN.
SOME STATES/PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW
LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION
MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. IN ADDITION, SAMSUNG SHALL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR 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. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL
RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER 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
LIMITED WARRANTY IS HELD ILLEGAL OR 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. THE PARTIES UNDERSTAND THAT THE
PURCHASER MAY USE THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT
IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE PRODUCT. SAMSUNG MAKES NO
WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS AND THERE ARE NO
CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY OR
OTHERWISE, AS TO THE QUALITY, CAPABILITIES, OPERATIONS,
PERFORMANCE OR SUITABILITY OF ANY THIRDPARTY SOFTWARE
OR EQUIPMENT, WHETHER SUCH THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE OR
EQUIPMENT IS INCLUDED WITH THE PRODUCT DISTRIBUTED BY
SAMSUNG OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING THE ABILITY TO
INTEGRATE ANY SUCH SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT WITH THE
PRODUCT. THE QUALITY, CAPABILITIES, OPERATIONS,
PERFORMANCE AND SUITABILITY OF ANY SUCH THIRD-PARTY
SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT LIE SOLELY WITH THE PURCHASER
AND THE DIRECT VENDOR, OWNER OR SUPPLIER OF SUCH
THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT, AS THE CASE MAY BE.
This Limited Warranty allocates risk of Product failure between
Purchaser and SAMSUNG, and SAMSUNG's Product pricing
reflects this allocation of risk and the limitations of liability
contained in this Limited Warranty. The agents, employees,
distributors, and dealers of SAMSUNG are not authorized to make
modifications to this Limited Warranty, or make additional
warranties binding on SAMSUNG. Accordingly, additional
statements 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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End User License Agreement for Software
IMPORTANT. READ CAREFULLY: This End User License Agreement
("EULA") is a legal agreement between you (either an individual
or a single entity) and Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. for software
owned by Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. and its affiliated
companies and its third party suppliers and licensors that
accompanies this EULA, which includes computer software and
may include associated media, printed materials, "online" or
electronic documentation ("Software"). BY CLICKING THE "I
ACCEPT" BUTTON (OR IF YOU BYPASS OR OTHERWISE DISABLE
THE "I ACCEPT", AND STILL INSTALL, COPY, DOWNLOAD,
ACCESS OR OTHERWISE USE THE SOFTWARE), YOU AGREE TO
BE BOUND BY THE TERMS OF THIS EULA. IF YOU DO NOT
ACCEPT THE TERMS IN THIS EULA, YOU MUST CLICK THE
"DECLINE" BUTTON, DISCONTINUE USE OF THE SOFTWARE.
1. GRANT OF LICENSE. Samsung grants you the following rights
provided that you comply with all terms and conditions of this
EULA: You may install, use, access, display and run one copy of
the Software on the local hard disk(s) or other permanent storage
media of one computer and use the Software on a single
computer or a mobile device at a time, and you may not make
the Software available over a network where it could be used by
multiple computers at the same time. You may make one copy of
the Software in machine-readable form for backup purposes
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only; provided that the backup copy must include all copyright or
other proprietary notices contained on the original.
2. RESERVATION OF RIGHTS AND OWNERSHIP. Samsung reserves
all rights not expressly granted to you in this EULA. The Software
is protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws and
treaties. Samsung or its suppliers own the title, copyright and
other intellectual property rights in the Software. The Software is
licensed, not sold.
3. LIMITATIONS ON END USER RIGHTS. You may not reverse
engineer, decompile, disassemble, or otherwise attempt to
discover the source code or algorithms of, the Software (except
and only to the extent that such activity is expressly permitted by
applicable law notwithstanding this limitation), or modify, or
disable any features of, the Software, or create derivative works
based on the Software. You may not rent, lease, lend, sublicense
or provide commercial hosting services with the Software.
4. CONSENT TO USE OF DATA. You agree that Samsung and its
affiliates may collect and use technical information gathered as
part of the product support services related to the Software
provided to you, if any, related to the Software. Samsung may
use this information solely to improve its products or to provide
customized services or technologies to you and will not disclose
this information in a form that personally identifies you.
5. UPGRADES. This EULA applies to updates, supplements and
add-on components (if any) of the Software that Samsung may
provide to you or make available to you after the date you obtain
your initial copy of the Software, unless we provide other terms
along with such upgrade. To use Software identified as an
upgrade, you must first be licensed for the Software identified by
Samsung as eligible for the upgrade. After upgrading, you may
no longer use the Software that formed the basis for your
upgrade eligibility.
6. SOFTWARE TRANSFER. You may not transfer this EULA or the
rights to the Software granted herein to any third party unless it
is in connection with the sale of the mobile device which the
Software accompanied. In such event, the transfer must include
all of the Software (including all component parts, the media and
printed materials, any upgrades, this EULA) and you may not
retain any copies of the Software. The transfer may not be an
indirect transfer, such as a consignment. Prior to the transfer, the
end user receiving the Software must agree to all the EULA
terms.
7. EXPORT RESTRICTIONS. You acknowledge that the Software is
subject to export restrictions of various countries. You agree to
comply with all applicable international and national laws that
apply to the Software, including the U.S. Export Administration
Regulations, as well as end user, end use, and destination
restrictions issued by U.S. and other governments.
8. TERMINATION. This EULA is effective until terminated. Your
rights under this License will terminate automatically without
notice from Samsung if you fail to comply with any of the terms
and conditions of this EULA. Upon termination of this EULA, you
shall cease all use of the Software and destroy all copies, full or
partial, of the Software.
9. DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES. You expressly acknowledge
and agree that use of the Software is at your sole risk and that
the entire risk as to satisfactory quality, performance, accuracy
and effort is with you. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY
APPLICABLE LAW, THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" AND
WITH ALL FAULTS AND WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, AND
SAMSUNG AND ITS LICENSORS (COLLECTIVELY REFERRED TO AS
"SAMSUNG" FOR THE PURPOSES OF SECTIONS 9, 10 and 11)
HEREBY DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS WITH
RESPECT TO THE SOFTWARE, EITHER EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR
STATUTORY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES AND/OR CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY, OF
SATISFACTORY QUALITY OR WORKMANLIKE EFFORT, OF FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OF RELIABILITY OR AVAILABILITY,
OF ACCURACY, OF LACK OF VIRUSES, OF QUIET ENJOYMENT,
AND NON-INFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS. SAMSUNG
DOES NOT WARRANT AGAINST INTERFERENCE WITH YOUR
ENJOYMENT OF THE SOFTWARE, THAT THE FUNCTIONS
CONTAINED IN THE SOFTWARE WILL MEET YOUR
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REQUIREMENTS, THAT THE OPERATION OF THE SOFTWARE WILL
BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR-FREE, OR THAT DEFECTS IN THE
SOFTWARE WILL BE CORRECTED. NO ORAL OR WRITTEN
INFORMATION OR ADVICE GIVEN BY SAMSUNG OR A SAMSUNG
AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE SHALL CREATE A WARRANTY.
SHOULD THE SOFTWARE PROVE DEFECTIVE, YOU ASSUME THE
ENTIRE COST OF ALL NECESSARY SERVICING, REPAIR OR
CORRECTION. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW THE
EXCLUSION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR LIMITATIONS ON
APPLICABLE STATUTORY RIGHTS OF A CONSUMER, SO THESE
EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
10. EXCLUSION OF INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL AND CERTAIN
OTHER DAMAGES. TO THE EXTENT NOT PROHIBITED BY LAW, IN
NO EVENT SHALL SAMSUNG BE LIABLE FOR PERSONAL INJURY,
OR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, OR FOR LOSS OF PROFITS, LOSS OF
DATA, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION, OR FOR ANY PECUNIARY
DAMAGES OR LOSSES, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO YOUR
USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE, THE PROVISION OF
OR FAILURE TO PROVIDE SUPPORT OR OTHER SERVICES,
INFORMATION, SOFTWARE, AND RELATED CONTENT THROUGH
THE SOFTWARE OR OTHERWISE ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF
THE SOFTWARE, OR OTHERWISE UNDER OR IN CONNECTION
WITH ANY PROVISION OF THIS EULA, HOWEVER CAUSED,
REGARDLESS OF THE THEORY OF LIABILITY (CONTRACT, TORT
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OR OTHERWISE) AND EVEN IF SAMSUNG HAS BEEN ADVISED OF
THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO
NOT ALLOW THE LIMITATION OF LIABILITY FOR PERSONAL
INJURY, OR OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO
THIS LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
11. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. Notwithstanding any damages that
you might incur for any reason whatsoever (including, without
limitation, all damages referenced herein and all direct or general
damages in contract or anything else), the entire liability of
Samsung under any provision of this EULA and your exclusive
remedy hereunder shall be limited to the greater of the actual
damages you incur in reasonable reliance on the Software up to
the amount actually paid by you for the Software or US$5.00. The
foregoing limitations, exclusions and disclaimers (including
Sections 9, 10 and 11) shall apply to the maximum extent
permitted by applicable law, even if any remedy fails its essential
purpose.
12. U.S. GOVERNMENT END USERS. The Software is licensed
only with "restricted rights" and as "commercial items"
consisting of "commercial software" and "commercial software
documentation" with only those rights as are granted to all other
end users pursuant to the terms and conditions herein.
13. APPLICABLE LAW. This EULA is governed by the laws of
TEXAS, without regard to conflicts of laws principles. This EULA
shall not be governed by the UN Convention on Contracts for the
International Sale of Goods, the application of which is expressly
excluded. If a dispute, controversy or difference is not amicably
settled, it shall be finally resolved by arbitration in Seoul, Korea in
accordance with the Arbitration Rules of the Korean Commercial
Arbitration Board. The award of arbitration shall be final and
binding upon the parties.
14. ENTIRE AGREEMENT; SEVERABILITY. This EULA is the entire
agreement between you and Samsung relating to the Software
and supersedes all prior or contemporaneous oral or written
communications, proposals and representations with respect to
the Software or any other subject matter covered by this EULA. If
any provision of this EULA is held to be void, invalid,
unenforceable or illegal, the other provisions shall continue in full
force and effect.
Precautions for Transfer and Disposal
If data stored on this device is deleted or reformatted using the
standard methods, the data only appears to be removed on a
superficial level, and it may be possible for someone to retrieve
and reuse the data by means of special software.
To avoid unintended information leaks and other problems of this
sort, it is recommended that the device be returned to Samsung’s
Customer Care Center for an Extended File System (EFS) Clear
which will eliminate all user memory and return all settings to
default settings. Please contact the Samsung Customer Care
Center for details.
Important!: Please provide warranty information (proof of purchase) to
Samsung’s Customer Care Center in order to provide this service
at no charge. If the warranty has expired on the device, charges
may apply.
Customer Care Center:
1000 Klein Rd.
Plano, TX 75074
Toll Free Tel: 1.888.987.HELP (4357)
Samsung Telecommunications America, LLC:
1301 East Lookout Drive
Richardson, Texas 75082
Phone: 1-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)
Important!: If you are using a handset other than a standard numeric keypad,
dial the numbers listed in brackets.
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Phone: 1-888-987-HELP (4357)
©2009 Samsung Telecommunications America. All rights
reserved.
No reproduction in whole or in part allowed without prior written
approval. Specifications and availability subject to change
without notice.
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Index
Numerics
2-Sec Pause 33
A
Accessing Your Phone’s Settings 90
Accessing Your Phone’s Tools 78
Adding a New Contacts Entry
Dial Method 31
Menu Method 31
Adjust
Key Tone 94
Alarm Clock
When an Alarm Sounds 84
Alarm clock
Turn Off the Alarm 84
Alerts 94
Auto Answer 95
Auto Retry 95
B
Backlight 92
Banner 92
Battery 4
Charging 5
Low Battery Indicator 6
Removal 5
Travel Adapter 6
C
Calculator 86
Calendar
View an Event 81
Call Answer 23 95
Call Block 24
Call Functions
Answering a Call 22
Making a Call 19
Call Notification Types 22
Call Settings
Auto Answer 95
Auto Retry 95
Call Answer 95
TTY Mode 96
Voice Privacy 96
Call Timer 25
Call Waiting 23
Caller ID 23
,
Calls
Call Timer 25
Data Counter 26
Erase Logs 25
Store Numbers 26
Calls Menu 24
Camera
Brightness 70
Options 66
Photo Gallery 70
Save Pictures 65
Shooting Mode 66
Taking Pictures 62
Camera Mode 18
Camera Options
Size 66
Canned Message Text
Editing and Entering 53
Change Lock 98
Contacts 29
Add Pauses 33
Adding 31
Deleting 39
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Edit Name and Numbers 32
Editing 32
Erase All 99
Finding 30
Groups 37
Memory Info 40
Metro411 39
Opening 29
Saving Call Numbers 35
Speed Dial 36
Create Messages 42
D
Data Counter 26
Data, View Counters 26
Display 90
Display Settings
Backlight 92
Banner 92
Wallpaper 90
Draft Folder 50
Draft Messages 50
E
Edit Contacts Name and Numbers 32
Emergency 99
Emergency #s in Lock Mode 99
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Emergency Numbers 98
Entering Text 14
Erase All Entry 99
Erase Logs 25
Erase Messages 52
Exit metroWeb 55
G
Gallery
Image 72
Gallery, photo 70
General Message Settings 53
Getting Started
Activating Your Phone 6
Understanding this User Manual 4
Voicemail 7
Go Back One Menu 28
GPS Setting 90
H
HAC 117
Hardware Version, Viewing 105
Health and Safety Information 106
I
Icon Glossary 105
Icons
Number Type 31 35
,
Ignore Calls 24
Inbox Folder 48
Incoming Calls 22
L
Language 97
Lock Code, Changing 98
Lock Phone 98
M
Managing Outbox Messages 49
Memory Card
Formatting 104
Installing 8
Management 104
Removing 8
Memory Info 103
Memory Info Settings
Card Memory 104
Phone Memory 103
Save Options 103
Memory Management 103
Message Folder
Draft Box 50
Inbox 48
Outbox 49
Voice 52
Voicemail 52
Message folder
outbox 49
Message Folders
Erase Messages 52
Message Settings, General 53
Messages
Creating 42
Receive in Call 43
Types of Messages 42
Messages and Lock Mode 49
Metro411 39
metroWeb
How metroWeb Keys Work 56
Launching metroWeb 55
Using Links 56
Using metroWeb 55
microSD
Installing 8
Removing 8
Mobile Shop
Shopping and Downloading 41
Mode
Call Answer 17
Camera 18
Hands-free 17
Lock 18
Speakerphone 17
Standby 16
Text Input 18
M-Ratings 118
Msg Setting Sub Menu 53
N
Notes and Tips 4
Notes, Description 4
Number Type Icons 31 35
,
O
Outbox Folder 49
Outbox, Managing Messages 49
,
P
Pause Dial 19 33
Pauses, Adding 33
Phone
Command Keys 12
Display Screen 14
Display Screen Icons 15
Modes 16
Phone Info
Icon Glossary 105
Phone Number 105
Phone Number 105
Phone Safety 117
Phone Settings
Airplane Mode 97
Language 97
NAM Selection 100
Quick Search 102
Security 97
Set Time 101
System Select 100
Photos
Sending 63
Taking Multi Shot Pictures 63
Taking Snap Shots 62
Picture Message Settings 54
Picture Messages
Online Viewing 47
Receiving 46
Send in Camera Mode 43
R
Receive Messages in Call 43
Receive Picture Messages 46
Receive Text Messages 43
Reset Your Phone 99
Restriction 100
136
Return to Last Menu 28
Ringer Type 93
S
SAR values 106
Save a Number After a Call 35
Save Pictures 65
Screen Layouts 64
Security Settings
Change Lock 98
Emergency # 98
Erase All Entries 99
Lock Phone 98
Reset Phone 99
Restriction 100
Security Sub Menu 97
Settings
Auto Answer 95
Auto Retry 95
Backlight 92
Banner 92
Call Answer 95
Display, Clock Format 91
Display, Theme 91
Language 97
Location Setting 90
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Memory Info 103
Ringer Type 93
TTY Mode 96
Voice Privacy 96
Wallpaper 90
Settings Menu
Accessing 90
Settings, Picture Messages 54
Settings, Text Messages 54
Shortcut to Menus 28
Silence Ringer 24
Software Version, Viewing 105
Sound Settings
Master Volume 16 93
Ringer Type 93
Standard Limited Warranty 126
Store Emergency #s 99
Store Numbers After a Call 35
,
T
Taking pictures 62
Text Conventions 4
Text Message Settings 54
Text Messages, Receiving 43
Three-Way Calling 19
Timer, Calls 25
Tip, Description 4
Tools
Add New Event 81
Alarm Clock 83
Calculator 86
Calendar 80
Memo Pad 82
World Time 85
Tools Menu
Accessing 78
T-Ratings 118
TTY Mode 96
U
UL Certification 107
Understanding Your Contacts
Adding a New Contacts Entry 31
Contacts Groups 37
Deleting a Contacts Entry 39
Editing an Existing Contacts
Entry 32
Finding a Contacts Entry 30
Memory Info 40
Metro411 39
Save a Number After a Call 35
Speed Dial 36
V
Version 105
View an Event, Calendar 81
Voice Privacy 96
Voice Setting
About VoiceSignal 61
Choice Lists 59
Sensitivity 59
Sound 61
Voice Launch 61
Voicemail
Checking 52
Folder 52
Listening to 7
W
Wait 33
Wallpaper 90
Warranty Information 126
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