Samsung SGH-E715 User guide

SGH
e715
User Guide
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Specifications subject to change without notice.
GH68-04405A
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DUAL BAND GPRS Series
SGH-e715
Portable Digital Telephone
User Manual
Please read this manual before operating your phone,
and keep it for future reference.
Printed in Korea
Code No.:GH68-04405A
e715_091803_d4
SW-E75UVWH4/HWver:RevE71.0
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Intellectual Property
All Intellectual Property, as defined below, owned by or which is
otherwise the property of Samsung or its respective suppliers
relating to the SAMSUNG Phone, including but not limited to,
accessories, parts, or software relating thereto (the “Phone
System”), is proprietary to Samsung and protected under
federal laws, state laws, and international treaty provisions.
Intellectual Property includes, but is not limited to, inventions
(patentable or unpatentable), patents, trade secrets,
copyrights, software, computer programs, and related
documentation and other works of authorship. You may not
infringe or otherwise violate the rights secured by the
Intellectual Property. Moreover, you agree that you will not
(and will not attempt to) modify, prepare derivative works of,
reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, or otherwise
attempt to create source code from the software. No title to or
ownership in the Intellectual Property is transferred to you. All
applicable rights of the Intellectual Property shall remain with
SAMSUNG and its suppliers.
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Samsung Telecommunications America
(STA), Inc.
Headquarters:
1301 E. Lookout Drive
Richardson, TX 75082
Tel: 972-761-7000
Fax: 972-761-7001
Customer Care Center:
1601 E. Plano Parkway
Suite 150
Plano, TX 75047
Tel: 888-987-HELP (4357)
Fax: 972-761-7501
Internet Address: http://www.samsungusa.com/
wireless
©2003 Samsung Telecommunications America. All rights
reserved. No reproduction in whole or in part allowed without
prior written approval. Samsung is a registered trademark of
Samsung Electronics America, Inc. and its related entities.
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Table of Contents
Important Safety Precautions ..................... 7
Road Safety at All Times ......................................
Switching Off When Refueling ...............................
Switching Off in Aircraft .......................................
Switching Off in Hospitals.....................................
Interference .......................................................
Special Regulations .............................................
Radio Frequency Exposure ...................................
Sensible Use.......................................................
Accessories and Batteries.....................................
Qualified service .................................................
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Unpacking ................................................... 9
Your Phone ............................................... 11
Phone Layout ................................................... 11
Display ...................................................... 15
Display Layout.................................................. 15
Camera ........................................................... 18
Getting Started.......................................... 19
Installing the SIM Card ...................................... 19
Charging the Battery ......................................... 21
Switching the Phone On or Off ............................ 23
Call Functions............................................ 25
Making a Call....................................................
Adjusting the Volume ........................................
Answering a Call ...............................................
Viewing Missed Calls..........................................
Switching Quickly to the Silent Mode ...................
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Selecting Functions and Options ............... 31
Setting the Display Language ............................. 32
Phonebook ................................................ 33
Storing a Number with a Name ...........................
Using Phonebook Entry Options...........................
Searching for and Dialing a Number in the
Phonebook .......................................................
Editing a Caller Group........................................
Speed-Dialing...................................................
Deleting All Phonebook Entries............................
Checking Memory Status....................................
33
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37
38
39
40
Entering Text ............................................ 41
Changing the Text Input Mode ............................
Using the T9 Mode ............................................
Using the Upper/Lower-Case Character Mode........
Using the Symbol Mode .....................................
Using the Number Mode.....................................
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Options During a Call ................................ 45
Putting a Call on Hold ........................................
Switching the Microphone Off (Mute) ...................
Muting/Sending Key Tones .................................
Muting/Sending DTMF........................................
Searching for a Number in Phonebook .................
Answering a Second Call ....................................
Making a Multi-party Call....................................
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Using the Menus........................................ 51
Accessing a Menu Function by Scrolling................ 51
Accessing a Menu Function by Using its Shortcut ... 52
List of Menu Functions ....................................... 52
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Text Messages........................................... 59
Write New........................................................
Templates ........................................................
Settings...........................................................
Delete All .........................................................
Memory Status .................................................
Voice Mail ........................................................
Broadcast ........................................................
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65
Picture Messages ...................................... 67
Inbox ..............................................................
Outbox ............................................................
Draft ...............................................................
Write New........................................................
Templates ........................................................
Delete All .........................................................
Memory Status .................................................
67
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Call Records .............................................. 75
Missed Calls .....................................................
Incoming Calls..................................................
Outgoing Calls ..................................................
Delete All .........................................................
Call Time .........................................................
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Camera...................................................... 77
Take and Send .................................................
Using the Camera options ..................................
My Photos ........................................................
My Album ........................................................
My Journal .......................................................
Memory Status .................................................
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Sound Settings .......................................... 81
Ring Tone ........................................................
Ring Volume.....................................................
Alert Type ........................................................
Keypad Tone ....................................................
Message Tone...................................................
Folder Tone ......................................................
Power On/Off....................................................
Extra Tones......................................................
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Phone Settings .......................................... 85
Infrared Activate...............................................
Display Settings................................................
Greeting Message .............................................
Own Number ....................................................
Language.........................................................
Security...........................................................
Extra Settings...................................................
ShortCut..........................................................
Reset Settings ..................................................
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Organizer .................................................. 95
Alarm .............................................................. 95
Calendar .......................................................... 96
Time & Date ..................................................... 98
Calculator ........................................................ 99
To Do List ........................................................ 99
Voice Memo ................................................... 102
Currency Exchange ......................................... 102
Network Services .................................... 103
Call Forwarding............................................... 103
Call Waiting.................................................... 104
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Network Selection ........................................... 105
Caller ID ........................................................ 106
Funbox .................................................... 107
t-zones ..........................................................
Games...........................................................
Sounds ..........................................................
Images ..........................................................
Delete All .......................................................
Memory Status ...............................................
107
108
108
109
109
109
Solving Problems .................................... 111
Access Codes........................................... 115
Phone Password..............................................
PIN ...............................................................
PUK...............................................................
PIN2 .............................................................
PUK2.............................................................
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116
WAP Browser .......................................... 117
About the WAP Browser ................................... 117
Using the WAP Browser.................................... 120
Health and Safety Information ................ 125
Usage guidelines:
All about performance and safety ...................... 125
Maintaining Safe Use of and Access to Your Phone 126
Caring for the Battery...................................... 129
Acknowledging Special Precautions and FCC ....... 130
FDA Consumer Update..................................... 131
CTIA Safety Information .................................. 140
Owner's Record .............................................. 143
User Guide Proprietary Notice ........................... 143
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STANDARD LIMITED WARRANTY............. 145
Glossary .................................................. 151
Index ...................................................... 155
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Important Safety Precautions
Read these guidelines before using your wireless phone. Failure
to comply with them may be dangerous or illegal. For more
detailed safety information, see “Health and Safety
Information” on page 125.
Road Safety at All Times
Do not use a hand-held phone while driving; park the vehicle
first.
Switching Off When Refueling
Do not use the phone at a service station or near fuels or
chemicals.
Switching Off in Aircraft
Wireless phones can cause interference. Using them in an
aircraft is both illegal and dangerous.
Switching Off in Hospitals
Switch off your phone near medical equipment. Follow any
regulations or rules in force.
Interference
All wireless phones may be subject to interference, which could
affect its performance.
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Special Regulations
Meet any special regulations in force in any area and always
turn your phone off whenever it is forbidden to use it, or when it
may cause interference or danger (in a hospital for example).
Radio Frequency Exposure
The design of this phone complies with FCC (of the U.S.
government) requirements relating to radio frequency (RF)
exposure. To maintain compliance with these requirements, use
only Samsung-supplied or approved accessories. Use of nonapproved accessories may violate the requirements.
Sensible Use
Use only in the normal position (held to the ear).
Accessories and Batteries
Use only Samsung Genuine accessories and batteries.
Qualified service
Only qualified service personnel may install or repair your
phone.
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Unpacking
Your package contains the following items.
Travel Adapter
Handset
Battery
Hand strap
Ear-microphone
User Manual
Holster
In addition, you can obtain the following accessories for your
phone from your local Samsung dealer:
Battery Charger
Hands-Free Headset
Simple Hands-Free Kit
Car Power Charger
Standard Battery
Travel Adapter
Data Kit
Leather Case
Holster
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Unpacking
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Your Phone
Phone Layout
The following illustrations show the main elements of your
phone.
Your Phone
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Key
Description
In the Menu Mode, scroll through the menu options
and phonebook memory.
In idle mode, allow you to access your favorite
menu options directly.
In the Menu mode, return to the previous menu
level and select the current menu respectively.
When entering text, move the cursor left and right
respectively.
In idle mode, allow you to access your favorite
menu options directly.
Perform the functions indicated by the text above
them (on the bottom line of the display).
In idle mode, launches the WAP Browser directly.
In the Menu mode, returns to the previous menu
level.
Deletes characters from the display.
In the Menu mode, returns to the previous menu
level.
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Key
Description (Continued)
Makes or answers a call.
When held down in idle mode, recalls the last
numbers dialed or received.
In the Menu mode, selects a menu function or
stores information that you have entered (such as a
name) in the phone or SIM memory.
Ends a call. Also switches the phone on and off
when held down.
In the Menu mode, returns to the idle mode and
cancels your input.
When held down in idle mode, accesses your voice
mail.
Enter numbers, letters and some special characters.
The key with the * key is used to change from
upper to lower case when entering text. The key
with the # key is used to enter a space, or to turn
on the silent/vibration function.
(on the side of the phone)
During a call, adjusts the earpiece volume.
In idle mode, adjusts the key volume.
In the Menu mode, scroll through the menu options
and phone book memory.
Your Phone
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Your Phone
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Display
Display Layout
The display is comprised of three areas.
Area
Description
First line
Displays various icons (see page 16).
Middle lines
Display messages, instructions and any
information that you enter (number to be
dialed, for example).
Last line
Shows the functions currently assigned to
the two soft keys.
Display
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Icons
Icon
Description
Shows the received signal strength. The greater the
number of bars, the better the signal strength.
Appears when a call is in progress.
Appears when the Silent mode is active or you set the
Alert Type menu option so that the phone vibrates
when you receive a call.
Appears when a new text message has been received.
Appears when a new voice mail message has been
received.
Appears when you are entering text to indicate the
current text input mode.
Appears when you set the alarm.
Shows the level of your battery. The more bars you see,
the more power you have left.
Appears when the Mute mode is active.
Display
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Backlight
The display is illuminated by a backlight. When you press any
key, the backlight illuminates. It turns off if no key is pressed
within a given period of time, depending on the Back Light
menu option.
To specify the length of time for which the backlight is active,
set the Back Light menu option (Menu 6.2.3).
You can also set the phone to use the backlight only during a
specified period of time, via the Auto Light menu option
(Menu 6.2.4).
Display
Your phone has an external display. It indicates that you have
an incoming call or a message, and notifies you at the specified
time when you set an alarm.
Service Light
The service light is on the front cover of the phone. It flashes
when services are available on the phone.
To activate or deactivate use of the service light, set the
Service Light menu option (Menu 6.2.5).
Service Light
Display
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Camera
The camera module on the folder allows you to take a picture
while on the move. For further details about the Camera
feature, see “Camera” on page 77.
Display
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Getting Started
Installing the SIM Card
When you subscribe to your service provider’s network, you are
provided with a plug-in SIM card loaded with your subscription
details, such as your PIN, any optional services available and so
on.
Note: The plug-in SIM card and its contacts can be easily damaged
by scratches or bending, so be careful when handling, inserting or
removing the card. Keep all SIM cards out of the reach of small
children.
1. If necessary, switch off the phone by holding down the
key until the power-off image is displayed.
2.
Remove the battery. To do so:
Pull the catch above the battery toward the top of the phone
and hold it in that position.
Lift the battery away, as shown.
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3.
Slide the SIM card into the SIM card socket so that it locks the
card into position. Make sure that the notched corner is top left
and the gold contacts of the card face into the phone.
Note: When you need to remove the SIM card, slide it, as shown, and
take it out of the socket.
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4.
Place the battery back, taking care to match the tabs on the
battery with the grooves on the phone.
5.
Press the battery down until it clicks into place. Make sure that
the battery is properly installed before switiching on the power.
Charging the Battery
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion battery.
A travel charger comes with your phone for charging the
battery. Use only approved batteries and chargers.
Ask your local Samsung dealer for further details.
The travel charger allows you to use the phone while the
battery is charging, but this causes the phone to charge more
slowly.
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Note: You must fully charge the battery before using your phone for
the first time. A discharged battery is fully recharged in
approximately 200 minutes.
1. With the battery in position on the phone, plug the connector of
the travel charger into the jack at the bottom of the phone.
2.
Plug the charger into a standard AC wall outlet.
3.
When charging is finished, unplug the charger from the power
outlet and from the phone by pressing the gray tabs on both
sides of the connector and pulling the connector out.
Note: You must unplug the charger before removing the battery from
the phone during charging; otherwise, the phone could be damaged.
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Low Battery Indicator
When the battery is weak and only a few minutes of talk time
remain, you will hear a warning tone and a message repeats at
regular intervals on the display. When the battery level gets
too low, the phone turns off automatically.
Switching the Phone On or Off
1. Open the phone.
2.
Hold down the
3.
If the phone asks you to enter the phone password, enter the
password and press the OK soft key. The phone password is
preset to “00000000” at the factory. For further details, “Access
Codes” on page 115.
key until the phone turns on.
4.
If the phone asks for a PIN, enter the PIN and press the OK soft
key. For further details, “Access Codes” on page 115.
The phone searches for your network and, after finding it, the
idle screen, illustrated below, appears on both displays. Now,
you can make or receive a call.
Note: The display language is preset to English at the factory.
To change the language, use the Language menu option. For further
details, see page 89.
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5.
When you wish to switch the phone off, hold down the
until the power-off image displays.
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Call Functions
Making a Call
When the idle screen is displayed, key in the area code and
phone number, and press the
key.
Note: If you have checked the Auto Redial option in the Extra
Settings menu (Menu 6.7.1), the number is redialed automatically
up to ten times when the person does not answer the call or is
already on the phone.
Making a International Call
1. Press and hold down the 0 key.
The + character appears.
2.
Key in the country code, area code and phone number and press
the
key.
Correcting the Number
To clear...
Then...
The last digit
displayed
Press the
Any other digit in
the number
Press the Left or Right key until the cursor
is immediately to the right of the digit to be
cleared. Press the
key. You can also
insert a missing digit simply by pressing the
appropriate key.
The whole display
Hold down the
second.
key.
key for more than one
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Ending a Call
When you have finished your call, briefly press the
key.
Redialing the Last Number
The phone stores the numbers you dialed, received or
missed.To recall any of these numbers, proceed as follows.
1. If you have typed any characters on the display, clear the display
by holding down the
key for more than one second.
2.
Press the
key to display a list of the last numbers in the
order in which the calls were made.
3.
Use the Up and Down keys to scroll through the numbers until
the required number is highlighted.
4. To...
Then...
Dial the number
highlighted
Press the
key.
Edit the number
highlighted
Press the Options soft key select
Edit option and change the number
as required.
Making a Call from the Phonebook
You can store frequently-dialed phone numbers with a name in
the SIM card or the phone memory, using the phonebook. You
then simply select the required name to recall the associated
number. For further details on the Phonebook features, refer to
page 33.
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Adjusting the Volume
During a call, if you want to adjust the earpiece volume, use the
arrow keys on the left side of the phone. Press the UP key to
increase and the DOWN key to decrease the volume.
Answering a Call
When you receive a call, the phone rings and shows the
incoming call animation.
If the caller’s phone number or name, is stored in your
phonebook, the caller name and number is displayed.
1. Open the phone and press the
answer the incoming call.
2.
key or the Accept soft key to
If the Anykey Answer option in the Extra Settings menu is
checked, you can press any key to answer a call except for the
key and the Reject soft key.
If the Active Folder option in the Extra Settings is checked,
you can answer the call simply by opening the phone.
Note: You can answer a call while using the phonebook or menu
features.
Viewing Missed Calls
If you are unable to answer a call, you can find out who was
calling you, provided that this service is available. This option
provides the ability to return the call. The number of missed
calls is displayed on the idle screen immediately after a call was
missed.
To view the missed call immediately
1. Press the View soft key.
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2.
The number corresponding to the most recent missed call is
displayed, if available.
To....
Then press the...
Scroll through the missed
calls
Up or Down key.
Call the number displayed
key.
Select soft key
Edit or delete a missed call
number
Editing a Missed Call Number
Note: If the number corresponding to the missed call is not available,
the Edit Number option is not displayed.
1. Press the Options soft key.
2.
Press the Up or Down key to highlight the Edit option.
3.
Press the Select soft key.
4.
Change the number as required. Press the Save soft key. If no
change is required press the Exit soft key.
To...
Call the number
Store the number
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Then press the...
key.
Save soft key and enter the name and
location required (for further details,
refer to page 33).
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Deleting a Missed Call
1. Press the Options soft key.
2.
3.
If necessary, press the Up or Down key to highlight the Delete
option.
Press the Select soft key to go to the Options menu.
You can press the
Call feature.
key at any time to exit the Missed
Note: You can access the Missed Call feature at any time by selecting
the Missed Calls menu option (Menu 3.1).
Switching Quickly to the Silent Mode
The Silent Mode is convenient when discretion is required and
you a wish to stop the phone from making any noise, in a
theater for example.
In idle mode, to switch your phone quickly to the silent mode,
simply press and hold down the # key until the “Silent Mode”
message and vibration icon
are displayed.
In the silent mode, your phone changes the sound settings as
follows.
Option
New Setting
Alert Type (Menu 5.3)
Vibration
Keypad Tone (Menu 5.4)
Off
Message Tone (Menu 5.5)
Vibration
Folder Tone (Menu 5.6)
Off
Extra Tones (Menu 5.8)
Off
Note: If you have your phone in silent mode when you turn it off, it
will be in silent mode when you turn it on again.
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To exit the silent mode and reactivate the previous Sound
Settings, press and hold the # key again until “Exit Silent
) is no longer displayed.
Mode” appears. The vibration icon (
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Selecting Functions and
Options
Your phone offers a set of functions that allow you to customize
your phone. These functions are arranged in menus and suband
. Each
menus, accessed via the two soft keys marked
menu and sub-menu allows you to view and alter the settings of
a particular function.
The roles of the soft keys vary according to the current context;
the label on the bottom line of the display screen just above
each key indicates its current role.
To view the various functions/options available and select the
one required, proceed as follows.
1. Press the appropriate soft key.
To...
Then press the...
Select the:
• Function displayed
or
• Option highlighted
Select soft key or the Right
View the next function or
highlight the next option in a
list
Down key on the left side of
Move back to the previous
function or option in a list
Up key on the left side of the
phone.
Move back up one level in the
structure
Left key,
key.
Arrow key.
Exit the structure without
changing the settings
the phone.
soft key or
key.
In some functions, you may be asked for a password or PIN.
Enter the required code and press the OK soft key.
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Setting the Display Language
1. When the idle screen is displayed, press the Menu soft key to
access the menus.
2.
3.
Scroll through the menus until you reach the Phone Settings
menu, by pressing the Up or Down key.
To select the Phone Settings menu, press the Select soft key
or the
key.
Note: If the menu name is too long for the display, it will scroll when
highlighted.
4.
5.
Scroll through the sub-menus until you reach the Language
sub-menu, by pressing the Up or Down key.
To view the languages available, press the Select soft key or
the
6.
7.
key. The current setting is highlighted.
Scroll through the list of languages until the appropriate one is
highlighted, by pressing the Up or Down key.
Press the Select soft key or the
key to confirm your
selection.
8.
Press the
or Left key twice to exit the menu structure.
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Phonebook
You can store phone numbers and their corresponding names in
the memory of your SIM card. In addition, you can store up to
1000 numbers in the phone memory. The SIM card and phone
memories, although physically separate, are used as if they
were a single entity, called the phonebook.
Storing a Number with a Name
There are two ways to store a number:
Using the Save soft key in idle mode
Using the New Entry option in the Phonebook menu
Storing a Number in Idle mode
As soon as you start to enter a number, Save appears above
the left soft key to allow you to store the number in the
phonebook.
1. Key in the number to be stored.
Note: If you make a mistake while entering a number, correct it
using the
key. For further details, refer to page 25.
2.
When you are sure that it is correct, press the Save soft key.
3.
Select an entry type to identify the category of number to be
stored. Three categories are available:
Mobile Number
Work Number
Home Number
4.
To select the category, press the Up or Down key, followed by
the Select soft key.
5.
Select the memory location (SIM or Phone).
6.
Enter a name and press the OK soft key.
The maximum length of a name depends on your SIM card.
For information on how to enter characters, see page 41.
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The phone now displays the first free location in the last
memory used to save a number and name. If that memory
is full, the first free location in the other memory is
displayed.
Note: If you change phones, any numbers stored in your SIM card
memory will automatically be available with the new phone, whereas
any numbers stored in the phone memory must be restored.
7.
If you do not want to save the number and name in the
key to clear the location
suggested location, press the
number and enter your preferred location by pressing the
number keys.
8.
Press the OK soft key to store the name and number.
9.
After storing, the phone displays the phonebook entry or name
just created.
To...
Then press the...
Use the entry options
Options soft key.
Return to the idle screen
key.
Storing a Number Using the Phonebook Menu
1. When the idle screen is displayed, press the Ph.Book soft key.
2.
Scroll to New Entry by pressing the 2 or Down key and press
the Select soft key.
3.
Select an Entry Type to identify the category of the number to be
stored. The following four options are provided:
Mobile Number
Work Number
Home Number
E-mail Address
Note: The E-mail address option is available in this step. It allows
you to save an E-mail address instead of a phone number.
4.
Continue the procedure from Step 4 on page 33 to store the
number.
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Using Phonebook Entry Options
While accessing any phonebook entry, press the Options soft
key to access the options for the entry.
To...
Then press the...
Select the highlighted option
Select soft key or the Right
key.
Highlight a different option
Up or Down key until the
required option is highlighted.
The following options are available.
Paste: allows you to paste the selected number into the normal
dialing mode. Use this option to dial a number similar to one in
the phonebook, a different extension in the same office, for
key to change the number as required;
example.Use the
refer to page 25 for further details. When you are ready to dial,
press the
key.
Edit: allows you to edit One Entry or All Entry. Select the
name and number and press the Select soft key.
Photo Caller ID: allows you to select a picture that you have
taken to display when the assigned caller is phoning you.
Delete: allows you to erase the selected name and number
from the phonebook. You are asked to confirm that you wish to
erase the name and number by pressing the Yes soft key.
Copy: allows you to copy the selected number to another
location. Use this option to store a number similar to one
already in memory; once copied, edit the number and store it in
the phonebook.
Caller Group: allows you to assign the entry to a caller group
so that the phone alerts you in a particular way when the
corresponding person calls you. Select one of the ten groups
available. To remove an entry from a group, select the No Group
option. For more information on how to change caller group
properties, see page 37.
Add Entry: allows you to add a new number in a different
category (mobile, work, home or E-mail) to the currently
selected name. A phonebook entry or name can contain up to
four numbers, one in each category.
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Searching for and Dialing a Number in
the Phonebook
After storing numbers in the phonebook, you can search for
them in two ways: by name and by caller group.
Searching for a Number by Name
1. When the idle screen is displayed, press the Ph.Book soft key.
When Search is highlighted, press the Select soft key. You are
asked to enter a name.
2.
Enter the first few letters of the name that you wish to find.
3.
The phonebook entries are listed, starting with the first entry
matching your input. This entry is also highlighted.
4.
To...
Then press the...
View the highlighted
entry
View soft key.
Select a different entry
Up or Down key until the required
entry is highlighted.
Look for a name starting
with a different letter
To clear previously entered text,
Key labeled with
press the
the required letter.
Once you have found the required entry, press the
key to
dial the number, or press the Options soft key to access the
phonebook entry options; for further details, see page 35.
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Searching for a Number by Caller Group
1. When the idle screen is displayed, select the Ph.Book soft key
to scroll to Group Search by pressing the Up or Down key and
press the Select soft key. You are asked to enter a group name.
2.
Enter the first few letters of the group name that you wish to
find.
3.
The caller groups are listed, starting with the first group
matching your input. The group is also highlighted.
4.
Scroll to the required group by pressing the Up or Down key
and press the View soft key.
5.
The phonebook entries in the selected caller group are listed.
6.
To...
Then press the...
View the highlighted
entry
View soft key.
Select a different entry
Up or Down key until the
required entry is highlighted.
Once you have found the required entry, press the
key to
dial the number, or press the Options soft key to access the
phonebook entry options; for further details, see page 35.
Editing a Caller Group
1. When the idle screen is displayed, select the Ph.Book soft key
to scroll to Group Edit by pressing the 4 or Down key and press
the Select soft key.
2.
Enter the start of the required group name or scroll through the
group list by pressing the Up or Down key.
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3.
When the required group is highlighted, press the Options soft
key.
4.
Select each option and change the settings, as required. The
following options are available.
Call ring tone: allows you to select the ring tone to be used
when you receive a voice call from a person in the group.
SMS tone: allows you to select the ring tone to be used when
you receive a text message from a person in the group.
Graphic: allows you to select the graphic icon to be displayed
when you receive a voice call from a person in the group.
Group Name: allows you to assign a name to the group; for
further details on how to enter characters, see page 41.
5.
When you have finished, press the
key.
Speed-Dialing
Once you have stored phone numbers in the SIM card, you can
set up to eight speed-dial entries and then dial them easily
whenever you want, simply by pressing the associated number
key.
Setting Up Speed-Dial Entries
1. When the idle screen is displayed, select the Ph.Book soft key
to scroll to Speed Dial by pressing the 5 or Down key and
press the Select soft key.
2.
Select the key to which you wish to assign the speed-dialing
feature (keys 2 to 9) and press the OK soft key.
Note: If you have already assigned a number to the key, the
Options soft key replaces the OK soft key. Go to Step 6.
3.
4.
Select the required phonebook entry from the list and press the
View soft key.
Select the required number if the entry has more than one
number, by pressing the Up or Down key and press the
Select soft key.
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5.
Once you have assigned a number to the selected key, four
options are available:
Change: allows you to assign a different number to the key.
Delete: allows you to clear the setting so that no number is
assigned to the key.
Delete All: allows you to clear the settings for all keys so that
no numbers are assigned to any of the keys.
Number: allows you to view the number assigned to the key.
6.
When you have finished, press the
or
key.
Speed-Dialing from the Phonebook
To speed-dial the numbers assigned to keys 2 to 9, press and
hold down the appropriate key.
Note: Memory location 1 is reserved for your Voice Mail server
number and cannot be changed.
Deleting All Phonebook Entries
You can delete all of the entries in the selected memory or both
memories.
1. When the idle screen displays, press the Ph.Book soft key.
2.
3.
Scroll to Delete All by pressing the Up or Down key and press
the Select soft key.
To place a check mark on the memory you want to empty, ALL,
SIM or Phone, press the Mark soft key.
You can remove the check mark by pressing the Unmark
soft key.
4.
When you are finished marking, press the Delete soft key to
delete the entries in the selected memory.
5.
Enter the phone password and press the OK soft key.
Note: The password is preset to “00000000’ at the factory.
6.
When the confirming message appears, press the Yes soft key.
7.
When you finish deleting, press the
or the
key.
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Checking Memory Status
You can check how many names and numbers are stored in the
phonebook (SIM card and phone memories) or how many free
locations remain.
1. When the idle screen is displayed, select the Ph.Book soft key
to scroll to Memory Status option pressing the 7 or Down key
and press the Select soft key.
2.
Press the Up or Down keys to view the number of existing and
remaining entries in the card and phone memories.
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Entering Text
When using your phone, you will often need to enter text. For
example, when storing a name in the phonebook, creating your
personal greeting or scheduling events in your calendar. You
can enter alphanumeric characters by using your phone’s
keypad.
You are provided with the following text input modes.
T9 mode: This mode allows you to enter words with only one
keystroke per letter. Each key on the keypad has more than one
letter – when you press the 5 key once, J, K or L may be
displayed. The T9 mode automatically compares your
keystrokes with an internal linguistic dictionary to determine the
correct word, thus requiring far fewer keystrokes than the
traditional upper/lower-case character modes.
Upper/lower-case character modes: These modes allow you
to enter letters by pressing the key labeled with the required
letter once, twice, three or four times until the letter is
displayed.
Number mode: This mode allows you to enter numbers.
Symbol mode: This mode allows you to enter symbols, such
as punctuation marks.
Changing the Text Input Mode
When you are in a field that allows characters to be entered,
you will notice the text input mode indicator in the display.
To select the...
T9 mode
Then press the
soft key until...
displays. See page 42.
Alphabet mode
A displays. See page 43.
Number mode
1 is displayed. See page 44.
Symbol mode
The symbol list displays. See page 44.
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Using the T9 Mode
The T9 predictive text input mode allows you to key in any
character using single keystrokes. This text input mode is based
on a built-in dictionary.
1. When you are in the T9 predictive text input mode, start entering
a word by pressing keys 2 to 9. Press each key only once for one
letter.
Example:to enter HELLO in the T9 mode,
press 4, 3, 5, 5 and 6.
The word that you are typing appears in the display. It may
change with each key that you press.
2.
Enter the whole word before editing or deleting the keystrokes.
3.
If the word is correct, start entering the next word.
4.
Otherwise, press the 0, Up or Down key repeatedly to display
alternate word choices for the keys that you have pressed.
Example:both OF and ME have the sequence 6 and 3. The
phone displays the most commonly used choice first.
5.
Complete each word with a space by pressing the # key.
To type words not found in the T9 mode, change the text input
mode to the upper/lower-case character input mode.
To enter full stops, hyphens or apostrophes, press the 1 key.
The T9 mode applies grammar rules to ensure that the correct
punctuation is used.
To change the case in the T9 mode, use the * key.
You can move the cursor by using the Left and Right keys. To
delete letters, press the
key to clear the display.
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Using the Upper/Lower-Case
Character Mode
Use the 1 to 0 keys to enter your text.
1. Press the key labeled with the required letter:
Once for the first letter
Twice for the second letter, and so on
2.
Select the other letters in the same way.
Note: The cursor moves to the right when you press a different key.
When entering the same letter twice or a different letter on the same
key, just wait for a few seconds for the cursor to move right
automatically, and then select the next letter.
Refer to the table below for more information about the
characters available.
To insert a space, press the # key.
You can move the cursor by using the Left and Right keys. To
delete letters, press the
key. Press and hold down the
key to clear the display.
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Using the Symbol Mode
The symbol mode enables you to insert symbols in a text
message.
Use the navigation keys to scroll to the desired symbol and then
press OK soft key to insert the highlighted symbol into your
message.
Using the Number Mode
The Number mode enables you to enter numbers in a text
message (a telephone number for example). Press the keys
corresponding to the required digits before manually switching
back to the appropriate text input mode.
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Options During a Call
Your phone provides a number of control functions that you
can use during a call.
Putting a Call on Hold
You can place the current call on hold whenever you want.
You can make another call while you have a call in progress
if your network supports this service. When you have an
active call and a call on hold, you may switch between the
two calls, changing the one on hold to active and placing the
other on hold.
To place a call on hold, simply press the Hold soft key. You
can reactivate the call whenever you want, by pressing the
Unhold soft key.
To make a call while you have a call in progress:
1. Enter the phone number that you wish to dial or look it up in
Phonebook.
2. Press the
key to dial the second call. The first call is
automatically put on hold.
Or alternatively,
1. Put the current call on hold by pressing the Hold soft key.
2. Make the second call in the normal way.
To switch between the two calls, simply press the Swap soft
key.
The current call is placed on hold and the call on hold is
reactivated so that you can continue conversing with the
other person.
When you want to finish, end each call normally by pressing
the
key.
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Switching the Microphone Off (Mute)
You can temporarily switch your phone’s microphone off so
that the other person cannot hear you.
Example: You wish to say something to another person in
the room but do not want the other person to hear you.
To switch the microphone off temporarily:
1. Press the Options soft key.
2. If necessary, press the Down key to highlight the Mute
option.
3. Press the OK soft key. The other person can no longer hear
you.
To switch the microphone back on:
1. Press the Options soft key.
2. If necessary, press the Down key to highlight the Unmute
option.
3. Press the OK soft key.
The other person can hear you again.
Muting/Sending Key Tones
These options allow you to turn the key tones off or on.
If the Mute Keys option is selected, your phone does not
transmit the key tones. It allows you to press keys without
hearing key tones during a call.
Note: To communicate with answering machines or computerized
telephone systems, the Send Keys option must be selected.
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Muting/Sending DTMF
These options allow you to turn the key tones off or on. If
the Mute keys option is selected, your phone does not
transmit the key tones. It allows you to press keys without
hearing annoying key tones during a call.
Note: To communicate with answering machines or
computerized telephony systems, the Send keys option must
be selected.
Searching for a Number in Phonebook
You can search for a number in Phonebook during a call.
1. Press the Options soft key.
2. Press the Down key to highlight the Phonebook option.
3. Press the OK soft key.The Phonebook entries are listed.
4. Enter the name that you wish to find.
If you enter the first few letters of the name, the Phonebook
entries are listed, starting with the first entry matching your
input.
5. To view the highlighted entry, press the View soft key.
For further details about the Phonebook feature, see
page 33.
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Answering a Second Call
You can answer an incoming call while you have a call in
progress, if your network supports this service and you have
set the Call Waiting menu option to Activate; see
page 104. You are notified of an incoming call by a call
waiting tone.
To answer a call while you have a call in progress:
1. Press the
key to answer the incoming call. The first call
is automatically put on hold.
2. To switch between the two calls, press the Swap soft key.
3. To end the call on hold, press the Options soft key and
select the End Held Call option.
To end the current call, press the
key.
Making a Multi-party Call
A multi-party call is a network service that allows up to six
people to take part simultaneously in a multi-party or
conference call. For further details, contact your service
provider.
Setting up the Multi-party Call
1. Call the first participant in the normal way.
2. Call the second participant in the normal way. The first call is
automatically put on hold.
3. To join the first participant to the multi-party call, press the
Options soft key and select the Join option. Press the OK
soft key.
4. To add a new person to the multi-party call, call the person
in the normal way and press the Options soft key. Select
the Join option and press the OK soft key.
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You can add incoming callers by answering the call, pressing
the Options soft key, and selecting the Join option. Repeat
as required.
Having a Private Conversation With One
Participant
1. Press the Options soft key and choose the Select One
option. Press the OK soft key.
The list of call participants appears.
2. Highlight a person from the list by pressing the Up or Down
key.
key, and press the Select soft key or the
3. When the Private option highlights, press the OK soft key.
4. Now you can talk privately with that person. The other
participants can still converse with each other.
5. To return to the multi-party call, press the Options soft key
and select the Join option. Press the OK soft key.
All the multi-party call participants can now hear each other.
Dropping One Participant
1. Press the Options soft key and choose the Select One
option. Press the OK soft key.
The list of call participants appears.
2. Highlight a person from the list by pressing the Up or Down
key, and press the Select soft key or the
key.
3. Press the Down key to select the Remove option and press
the OK soft key.
The call ends with that participant, but you can continue to talk
with the other participants.
4. When you want to end the multi-party call, close the phone
key.
or press the
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Using the Menus
The phone offers a range of functions that allow you to tailor
it to your needs. These functions are arranged in menus and
sub-menus.
The menus and sub-menus can be accessed by scrolling with
the navigation keys or by using the shortcuts.
Accessing a Menu Function by Scrolling
1. In Idle Mode, press the Menu soft key to access Menu
Mode.
2. Scroll with the Up or Down key to reach a main menu,
Phone Settings for example. Press the Select soft key or
the Right key to enter the menu.
3. If the menu contains any sub-menus, Language for
example, you can access them by scrolling with the Up or
Down key and pressing the Select soft key or the Right
key.
If the menu that you have selected contains further options,
repeat this step.
4.
To
Press the
scroll through the
menus
Up or Down key, or use
the volume keys on the
left side of the phone.
confirm the chosen
setting
Select soft key or the
Right key.
return to the previous
menu level
exit the menu without
changing the settings
soft key or the Left
key.
or the
key.
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Accessing a Menu Function by Using its
Shortcut
The menu items, such as menu, sub-menus and options, are
numbered and can be accessed quickly by using their
shortcut numbers. The shortcut number is shown on the
soft key on the display. Simply
bottom right next to the
press the Menu soft key and enter the required number.
Note: The numbers assigned to each menu option are indicated on the
list on page 52. They may not match the menu number on the phone,
depending on the services supported by your SIM card.
Example: Accessing the Language option.
1. Press the Menu soft key.
2. Press the 6 key for Phone Settings.
3. Press the 5 key for Language.
The languages available display.
List of Menu Functions
The following list shows the menu structure available and
indicates the number assigned to each option and the page
where you can find a description of each feature.
Note: If you use a SIM AT card that provides additional services, the
SIM AT menu (0) displays when you press the Menu soft key to enter
Menu Mode. For further details, see your SIM card instructions.
1. Text Messages
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Inbox
Outbox
Write New
Templates
Settings
1.5.1 T-Mobile*
1.5.2 Setting 2*
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1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
1.5.3 Setting 3*
1.5.4 Setting 4*
1.5.5 Common Setting
Delete All
Memory Status
1.7.1 SIM Memory
1.7.2 PHONE Memory
1.7.3 * CB Memory
Voice Mail
1.8.1 Call Voice Mail
1.8.2 Voice Server Number
*Broadcast
1.9.1 Read
1.9.2 Receive
1.9.3 Channel List
1.9.4 Language
2. Picture Messages
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
Inbox
Outbox
Draft
Write New
Templates
Delete All
Memory Status
3. Call Records
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
*
Missed Calls
Incoming Calls
Outgoing Calls
Delete All
Call Time
3.5.1 Last Call
3.5.2 Total Outgoing
3.5.3 Total Incoming
3.5.4 Reset Timers
Shown only if supported by your SIM card.
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4. Camera
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Take and Send
My Photos
My Album
My Journal
Memory Status
5. Sound Settings
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
Ring Tone
Ring Volume
Alert Type
Keypad Tone
Message Tone
5.5.1 SMS Tone
5.5.2 SMS-CB Tone
5.5.3 MMS Tone
5.6 Folder Tone
5.6.1 Off
5.6.2 Future
5.6.3 Crystal
5.7 Power On/Off
5.7.1 Off
5.7.2 Classical
5.7.3 Cheerful
5.8 Extra Tones
5.8.1 Error Tone
5.8.2 Minute Minder
5.8.3 Connect Tone
6. Phone Settings
6.1 Infrared Activate
6.2 Display Settings
6.2.1 Wallpaper
6.2.1.1 Wallpaper List
6.2.1.2 Text Color
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6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
*
6.2.2 Menu Style
6.2.2.1 Bar Style
6.2.2.2 Page Style
6.2.3 Back Light
6.2.3.1 15 Seconds
6.2.3.2 30 Seconds
6.2.3.3 1 Minute
6.2.3.4 3 Minutes
6.2.3.5 10 Minutes
6.2.4 Auto Light
6.2.4.1 Disable
6.2.4.2 Enable
6.2.5 Service Light
6.2.5.1 Off
6.2.5.2 Service Light 1
6.2.5.3 Service Light 2
6.2.5.4 Service Light 3
6.2.5.5 Service Light 4
6.2.5.6 Service Light 5
6.2.5.7 Service Light 6
6.2.5.8 Service Light 7
6.2.6 Graphic Logo
6.2.6.1 Off
6.2.6.2 On
6.2.7 Front LCD Display
6.2.7.1 Display Type
6.2.7.2 Light Timer
Greeting Message
Own Number
Language
Security
6.6.1 PIN Check
6.6.2 Change PIN
6.6.3 Phone Lock
6.6.4 Change Password
6.6.5 Privacy
6.6.6 FDN Mode*
6.6.7 Change PIN2*
Shown only if supported by your SIM card.
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6.7 Extra Settings
6.7.1 Auto Redial
6.7.2 Active Folder
6.7.3 Anykey Answer
6.8 Short Cut
6.8.1 Key Down
6.8.2 Key Right
6.8.2 Key Left
6.9 Reset Settings
7. Organizer
7.1 Alarm
7.1.1 Once Alarm
7.1.2 Daily Alarm
7.1.3 Morning Call
7.1.4 Remove Alarm
7.1.5 Autopower
7.2 Calendar
7.3 Time & Date
7.3.1 Set Time
7.3.2 Set Date
7.3.3 World Time
7.3.4 Time Format
7.4 Calculator
7.5 To Do List
7.6 Voice Memo
7.6.1 Record
7.6.2 Memo List
7.6.3 Delete All
7.7 Currency Exchange
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8. Network Services
8.1 Call Forwarding
8.1.1 Forward Always
8.1.2 Busy
8.1.3 No Reply
8.1.4 Unreachable
8.1.5 Cancel All
8.2 Call Waiting
8.2.1 Voice Calls
8.2.2 Data Calls
8.2.3 Cancel All
8.3 Network Selection
8.3.1 Automatic
8.3.2 Manual
8.4 Caller ID
8.4.1 Default
8.4.2 Hide Number
8.4.3 Send Number
9. Funbox
9.1 t-zones
9.1.1 Home
9.1.2 Favorite
9.1.3 Go To URL
9.1.4 Clear Cache
9.1.5 Push Message
9.2 Games
9.3 Sounds
9.4 Images
9.5 Delete All
9.6 Memory Status
9.6.1 Games
9.6.2 Sounds & Images
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Text Messages
The SMS (Short Message Service) function is a network
service and may not be supported by your network.
Messages can be sent by text, fax, Email and paging
messaging systems, provided that these services are
supported by your network. To send text messages by
phone, you must obtain the number of the SMS center from
your service provider.
When the message icon (
) appears, you have received
new text messages.
Two message boxes are available.
Inbox: used to store the messages that you have received.
Outbox: used to store the messages that you have already
sent or will send.
If the message memory is full, an error message is
displayed and you cannot receive any new messages.
Note: Use the Delete option in the Inbox menu (Menu 1.1)
to delete obsolete messages.
Reading a Message
1. Select the required box and press the Select soft key.
The list of messages in the box is displayed with the sender or
recipient’s phone number or name, if it is available in your
phonebook.
2. Select the required message and press the View soft key to
view the message contents.
3. To scroll through the message, press the Up or Down key.
While reading a message, you can choose the following options
by pressing the Options soft key.
Delete: allows you to delete obsolete messages.
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Send: allows you to send a message that you have received
or saved. For further information on how to send a message,
see page 60.
Text Reply: (inbox only): allows you to reply to the sender
by sending a text message. You can also change the SMS
center number, if required.
Call Back: (inbox only): allows you to call the sender back.
Cut Address: allows you to extract the sender’s number
and URL, e-mail addresses or phone numbers from the
message text.
Move to Phone/SIM: allows you to move the message to
the phone or SIM memory.
Select Objects: allows you to save the objects, such as
sounds or images, from the message into your phone. You
can then use the objects when writing a message; for
details, see page 62.
Note: The options available vary, depending on the message status
(new/old, not sent or sent for example).
Write New
Via this menu, you can write and send a text message.
Note: You can enter up to 918 alphanumeric characters for your
message. If you add objects to the message, the number of characters
you can enter will be decreased.
Creating a Simple Text Message
1. Create your message as required.
Note: For more information about entering characters, refer to page 59.
2. When you have completed your message, press the
Options soft key. The following options are available.
Send Only: allows you to send the message. The message
will be deleted after sending.
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Save and Send: allows you to save a copy of the message
and then send the message to the required destination. You
can read the message in your outbox using the Read
Messages option.
Save Only: allows you to save the message so that it can
be sent later. You can read the message in your outbox
using the Read Messages option.
Text Formatting: allows you to select the following
options: Size, Underline, and Strike through.
Add Objects: allows you to select the following objects:
Sound, Melody, Picture, Animation.
Add Templates: provides the ability to select from a list of
standard comments. You may edit these templates.
Add Phonebook: allows you to search through your entries
in your phonebook.
Add Bookmark: allows you to select from bookmarks
you’ve previously entered into your phone.
3. Select Send Only or Save and Send, and press the Select
soft key.
If you want just to save the message, select Save Only.
After saving the message, the phone returns to the
Messages menu.
4. Enter a destination number and press the OK soft key.
The message is sent.
Creating a Message using the Options
1. Create your message as required.
2. Press the Options soft key.
3. Select one of the following options as required by using the
Up and Down keys and pressing the Select soft key.
Text Formatting: allows you to format the style of the
text. For the Size attribute, the Normal, Large and Small
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sizes are available. For the Underline and Strike through
attributes, select O n or O ff. The attributes can be combined.
Add Objects: allows you to add the required sound, melody
picture or animation to the message. Select the category of
the object to be added: Sound, Melody, Picture and
Animation are available. In each category, you can select
the various factory-set items or choose an item received
from other sources, such as the Internet or other phones.
Add Templates: allows you to apply one of the preset
message templates to the text. Select one of the nine
messages predefined via the Templates menu option
(Menu 1.4).
Add Phonebook: allows you to search through your entries
in your phonebook.
Add Bookmark: allows you to select from bookmarks
you’ve previously entered into your phone.
Language: allows you to change the language to be used in
the T9 input mode. Select the language to be used.
4. Complete the message, and send or save it by following the
procedure from Step 2 on page 60.
Templates
Using this menu, you can preset up to nine messages that
you use most frequently. Scroll through the template list
using the Up and Down keys. When the required message
template is highlighted, press the Select soft key.
Edit: allows you to write a new message or edit the selected
message.
Note: For further information on how to enter characters, refer to
page 59.
Send Message: allows you to recall the selected message.
Once you have completed the message, you can send, save
and send, or simply save it. For details on how to send a
message, see page 60.
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Delete: allows you to delete the selected message. You are
asked to confirm the deletion by pressing the Yes soft key.
Settings
Via this menu, you can set up default SMS information.
A setting group is a collection of settings required to send
messages. The number of setting groups available depends
on the capacity of your SIM card.
Setting x (where x is the setting group number): each
group has its own sub-menu.
Service center: allows you to store or change the number of
your SMS center required when sending messages. You
must obtain this number from your service provider.
Default Destination: allows you to store the default
destination number. the number will automatically display
on the Destination screen when you create a message.
Default Type: allows you to set the default message type
(Text, Fax, Email and Paging). The network can convert the
messages into the selected format.
Default Validity: allows you to set the length of time for
which your text messages will be stored at the message
center while attempts are made to deliver them.
Setting Name: allows you to give a name to the setting
group currently being defined.
Common Setting: three options are available:
Reply Path: allows the recipient of your SMS message to
send you a reply message via your message center, if the
service is provided by the network.
Delivery Reports: allows you to activate or deactivate the
report function. When this function is activated, the network
informs you whether your message has been delivered or
not.
Bearer Selection: allows you to choose between GSM and
GPRS.
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Delete All
This menu provides the option to delete messages saved on
your SIM or Phone for both your Inbox and Outbox.
In addition, it also provides the option to delete CB
Messages and by selecting the All Messages, you are
capable of deleting all at one time.
Memory Status
This menu shows how many messages are currently stored
in the SIM, phone and CB memories.
Voice Mail
This menu provides you with a way of accessing your voice
mailbox (if provided by your network).
The following options are available.
Call Voice Mail: before using this feature, you must enter
the voice server number obtained from your service provider
(see menu option 1.8.2). You can then select this option
and simply press the O K soft key to listen to your messages.
To quickly connect to the voice server, press and hold down
the 1 key in idle mode.
Voice Server Number: allows you to change the voice mail
server number, if necessary.
To...
Enter the server
number
Correct a digit
Move the cursor
to the left/right
without clearing
the digit
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Then press the...
Corresponding numeric
keys.
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Note: Voice Mail is a network feature. Please contact your service
provider for more information.
Broadcast
This network service allows you to receive text messages on
various topics, such as the weather or traffic. Messages are
displayed immediately they are received, provided that:
The phone is in idle mode
The Receive option is set to Enable
The message channel is currently active in the channel list
The following options are available.
Read: lets you view the message. Volatile displays the
messages from the network, but loses its contents as soon
as the phone is switched off. Scroll through the message by
using the UP and Down keys. While reading a message,
press the Save soft key to store the message in the
Archive box for later retrieval.
Receive: allows you to enable or disable the reception of
broadcast messages.
Channel List: allows you to indicate the channels from
which you wish to receive broadcast messages. The
following options are available.
Select: used to enable or disable channels in the list by
marking or unmarking them respectively (a check mark is
displayed in front of each channel selected).
Add Channel: used to declare the ID and title for a new
channel.
Delete: used to remove a channel from the list.
Edit: used to change the ID and title of an existing channel.
Language: allows you to select your preferred language to
be used when displaying cell broadcast messages.
Please contact your service provider for more information.
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Picture Messages
Multimedia Message Service (MMS) is a messaging service
very similar to Short Message Service (SMS). It provides
automatic and immediate delivery of personal multimedia
messages from phone to phone or from phone to e-mail.
In addition to the familiar text content of text messages,
multimedia messages can contain images, graphics, voice
and audio clips. An MMS message is a multimedia
presentation in a single entry. It is not a text file with
attachments. Using the MMS feature, your phone can
receive multimedia messages. You can also send picture
messages, which are short messages that contain images,
such as your photos or graphics you downloaded from the
Internet. This function is available only if it is supported by
your service provider. Only phones that offer picture
message features can receive and display picture messages.
Inbox
Viewing a Message When You Receive it
When a new multimedia message comes in, the display
shows the text notification along with the sender’s number.
1. Press the View soft key to view the message.
The display shows brief information about the message,
such as the sender’s number, the message size and the
subject. If you want to view the message later in the
Inbox, press the Exit soft key.
2. To scroll through the message information, press the Up or
Down key.
While viewing the information, press the Options soft key to
use the following options:
Retrieve: retrieves the message if auto download failed.
Delete: deletes the message.
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More Information: shows you detailed information about
the message.
Viewing a Received Message in the Inbox
When you access the Inbox menu option (Menu 2.1), the
list of multimedia messages you received displays with the
senders’ phone numbers, if they are available in your
Phonebook, or subjects. The icons on the left tells you the
status of the messages.
Messages you already read.
Messages you haven’t read yet.
1. Select a message and press the Select soft key to view
the message.
2. To scroll through the message, press the Up or Down
key.
3. Press the OK soft key on the message presentation
screen.
While viewing a message, you can choose the Message
options by pressing the Options soft key.
If you are viewing a new message, the options are the same
as when you view a message as soon as you receive it. See
the previous section.
When you are reviewing a message, the following options
are available:
Delete: deletes the message.
Reply: allows you to reply to the sender by sending a text
or picture message.
Callback: allows you to call the sender back.
Cut Address: allows you to extract the destination numbers
or e-mail addresses and URL, e-mail addresses or phone
numbers from the message text.
Forward: allows you to forward the message to another
person.
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Save Picture: allows you to save an image from the
message into your phone. Images are stored in the
Pictures folder in the Fun Box menu option.
Save Sound: allows you to save a sound from the message
into the Sounds folder in the Fun Box
menu option.
Properties: shows you information about the message,
such as subject, sender’s address, message size, status and
priority.
Outbox
When you access this menu option, the list of the picture
messages you sent or saved displays. The icons on the left
tells you the status of the
messages.
Messages currently being sent
Messages sent
Messages your phone couldn’t send
Messages to be sent
Messages forwarded
1. Select a message and press the Select soft key to view
the message contents.
2. To scroll through the message, press the Up or Down
key.
3. Press the OK soft key on the message presentation
screen.
While viewing a message, you can choose the following
options by pressing the Options soft key:
Delete: deletes the message.
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Cut Address: allows you to extract the destination numbers
or e-mail addresses and URL, e-mail addresses or phone
numbers from the message text.
Send: allows you to resend the message.
Edit Message: allows you to change the message contents,
sound, picture or text.
Properties: shows you information about the message,
such as subject, recipient’s address, message size, status
and priority.
Draft
After creating a picture message, you can store it in this
message box for sending later.
Write New
This menu option allows you to create a new picture
message and then send it to multiple destinations.
Creating and Sending a Picture Message
1. Enter the subject of your message and press the
OK soft key.
2. When Add Here highlights, press the Options soft key and
add the message contents using one of the following
options:
• Add Text: Enter the message text and press the OK soft
key.
• Add My Photo: allows the option to take more photos or
select from the photos that you have already taken.
• Add Picture: allows you to add a picture stored in the
Pictures folder
• Add Sound: allows you to add a sound. You can record a
new voice memo or use a sound stored in the Soundsfolder in
the Fun Box menu option.
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• Send: allows you to send the message. Use this option
when you finish creating the message. This option is
activated after you add content to the message.
• Save: saves the message in the Draft or Templates box
for later use. This option is activated after you add content
to the message.
• Settings: allows you to change the message settings. For
further details about each setting option, see page 84. After
soft key or the
key
changing, you need to press the
to go to back to the options screen.
• Add Destination: allows you to enter destination
addresses. See steps 7 to 10. After adding, you need to
press the soft
key or the
key to go to back to the
options screen.
• Preview: shows your message as it will display on the
recipient’s phone.
Note: You can use the adding options only one time for one page.
3. When the added content displays, press the Down key to
highlight Add Here.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you finish creating your message.
5. If you want to change the added items, press the Up or
Down key to highlight one and press the Options soft key.
The following options are available:
• Edit Text/Picture/Sound: allows you to change text or
replace the image or sound with another one.
• Add Page: allows you to add more pages. You can move
to each page using the Left or Right key when Page
highlights on the message screen.
• Delete: deletes the item from your message.
• Duration: allows you to set how long one
page displays. After a specified length of time, the display
scrolls to the next page.
• Send: allows you to send the message.
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• Save: saves the message in the Draft or Templates box
for later use.
• Settings: allows you to change the message settings. For
further details about each setting options, see page 63.
• Add Destination: allows you to enter destination
addresses. See steps 7 to 10.
• Preview: shows your message as it will display on the
recipient’s phone.
Note: The options available are different depending on the item selected
on the message screen.
6. When you finish creating the message, choose Send from
the options and press the Select soft key.
7. Choose one of the following options and press the Select
soft key:
• Phone Number: allows you to enter the phone number
you want.
• E-Mail Address: allows you to enter the e-mail address of
the recipient to send the message as an e-mail.
• Phone Book: allows you to recall a number from your
Phonebook.
8. Enter a number or an e-mail address, or select a number in
Phonebook.
9. When the correct number or address displays, press the OK
soft key.
10. To send the message to multiple destinations, select Add
Destination and press the Select soft key.
11. Repeat steps 7 to 10. You can enter up to 11 destinations.
If you want to edit the destinations, select one and press the
Select soft key. You can change or delete it.
12.When you are finished entering the destinations, select
Send Message and press the Select soft key. Your phone
sends the message.
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Templates
This menu option stores up to five messages you saved as
templates. You can make a new message using the text
from these messages.
1. Scroll through the template list using the Up and Down keys.
When the message template you want highlights, press the
Select soft key. The message text displays.
2. Press the OK soft key to use the following options:
Edit Message: allows you to send a message using the
template. For further details about how to send a message,
see page 63.
Delete: allows you to delete the message. You are asked to
confirm the deletion by pressing the Yes soft key.
Delete All
This menu option allows you to delete all of the picture
messages in each message box, Inbox, Outbox and Draft.
When a confirming message displays, press the Yes soft key
to confirm.
Memory Status
This menu option displays the memory status of the folders
in the picture message menu. Use the Next soft key to view
the memory status of the individual folders.
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Call Records
Via this menu, you can view the phone calls:
Missed
Incoming
Outgoing
Note: You can access all numbers in the three types of call records by
pressing the
key in idle mode.
Missed Calls
This option lets you view the last 20 unanswered calls.
The number and name, if available, are displayed, together
with the date and time at which the call was received. By
pressing the Options soft key, you can:
Edit the number if available and dial it or save it in the
phonebook
Delete the call from the list
Incoming Calls
This option lets you view the last 20 phone calls answered.
The number and name, if available, are displayed, together
with the date and time at which the call was received. By
pressing the Options soft key, you can:
Edit the number if available and dial it or save it in the
phonebook
Delete the call from the list
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Outgoing Calls
This option lets you view the last 20 numbers dialed.
The number and name, if available, are displayed, together
with the date and time at which the call was made. By
pressing the Options soft key, you can:
Delete the number
Edit the number and save it in the phonebook
Delete All
This option lets you delete calls using the following options:
All Calls: All calls will be deleted, missed, incoming and
outgoing.
Missed Calls: All missed calls will be deleted.
Incoming Calls: All incoming calls will be deleted.
Outgoing Calls: All outgoing calls will be deleted.
Call Time
This option lets you view the timers for calls made and
received.
The following timers are available.
Last Call: length of the last call.
Total Outgoing: total length of all calls made since the
timer was last reset.
Total Incoming: total length of all calls received since the
timer was last reset.
Reset Timers: option used to reset the call timers; you
must first enter the phone password (see “Phone Password”
on page 115) and then press the OK soft key.
Note: The actual time invoiced for calls by your service provider may
vary, depending on network features, rounding-off for billing purposes
and so forth.
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Camera
Using the camera module built in your phone, you can take
pictures of people or events while on the move.
Additionally, you can send photos to other people in a
picture message. The camera produces JPG pictures.
Take and Send
This menu provides the option to take a picture to send the
photo as a picture message to other destinations.
Taking a Picture to Send a Message
Note: When you take a picture in direct sunlight or under too bright
illumination, shading may occur on the picture.
1. Accessing the Take and Send menu turns on the camera at
the front of the phone’s outer display. You can see the
picture to be captured on the display.
2. Adjusting the image and aiming it to the subject:
Use the Left and Right keys to adjust the brightness of the
image.
Use the Volume keys on the left side of the phone to zoom in
and out from the image.
To use the camera options, press the
left soft key. For
details, see page 78.
3. If lighting is poor and a flash is required, select the
soft key to toggle the flash on and off.
right
4. Press the Camera soft key on the right side of the phone or
the to take the picture.
the
5. Press the Save soft key.
6. When you press the Next soft key after saving a picture, the
following options are available:
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Send: allows you to send the picture using a multimedia
message.
Set as Wallpaper: allows you to set the picture as your
wallpaper for the idle screen.
Set as Caller ID: allows you to assign the picture to a
number as that number’s caller ID image.
Protection: allows you to set the picture not to be deleted.
Delete this: deletes the picture.
Rename: allows you to rename the picture title.
Properties: shows the properties about the picture with the
thumbnail image.
Using the Camera options
In the capture mode, you can use various options by
pressing the Opt soft key.
The following options are available:
Effects: allows you to change the color tone or apply special
effects to the picture. When you select an option, the display
shows your setting and prompts you to confirm it. Press the
Select soft key.
Frames: allows you to use the frame. Select a frame from
the list. Move the frame to your selection and press the
Select soft key to use it.
Multi-shot: allows you to take action stills. Select High
Speed or Normal Speed to use this option. When you
soft key, the camera takes up to six, nine,
press the
fifteen pictures successively depending on the option you’ve
selected.
Rotation: rotates the picture. You can reverse the picture
as a mirror image or flip the picture vertically.
Self Timer: allows you to have a delay time. Select the
length of time you want from either three, five and ten
seconds. When you press the
soft key, the camera takes
the picture after a specified time.
Settings: allows you the following two options:
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Photo Size: allows you to select a picture size. The higher
the value, the higher the image quality and larger the file
size.
Available photo sizes are: VGA(640X480); QVGA(320X240);
QQVGA(160X120); and Mobile (128x120).
Photo Quality: allows you to change the image quality. You
may choose from Ecomony, Normal, Fine and Super Fine.
My Photos
This menu allows you to review your pictures. When you
access this menu, the display shows the latest pictures on
the full screen. Use the Left and Right keys to scroll through
the pictures.
To change the view mode, press the right soft key,
labeled with the following modes:
View: shows a picture on the full screen.
Multi:shows six thumbnails on one screen.
Note: Once you have changed the view mode, it is saved for the next
access.
Press the Options soft key to use the following options:
Send: allows you to send the photo as a multimedia
message.
Set as Wallpaper: allows you to set the picture as your
wallpaper for the idle screen.
Set as Caller ID: allows you to assign the picture to a
number as that number’s caller ID image.
Protection: allows you to set the picture not to be deleted.
Delete this: deletes the picture.
Delete all: funtionality currently not supported.
Rename: allows you to change the name of the picture.
Properties: shows the properties of the picture, such as
date and time it was taken, file size, image size, protection
status, file format and file name.
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My Album
This option provides the ability for you to store your pictures
using the t-zone browser. When a picture is taken and you
have selected the Save soft key; you are prompted with the
option to select Next or NewPhoto. Use the following
procedures to send a picture to your album:
1. Select Next to go to the Photo Menu.
2. Select 1 or Send to name the picture and then press the OK
soft key.
3. Select option 2 or Send to My Album. The Picture
Messages screen is displayed and your picture is stored in
the Picture Outbox and sent to your album.
My Journal
This option provides the ability for you to post your
multimedia content to the Internet. When a picture is taken
and you have selected the Save soft key; you are prompted
with the option to select Next or NewPhoto. Use the
following procedures to send a picture to your journal:
1. Select Next to go to the Photo Menu.
2. Select 1 or Send to name the picture and then press the OK
soft key.
3. Select option 3 or Send to My Journal. The Picture
Messages screen is displayed and your picture is sent to
your journal and is also stored in the Picture Outbox.
Memory Status
The Memory Status screen displays the Total, Free and
Used photo memory.
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Sound Settings
You can use the Sound Settings feature to customize various
settings, such as the:
Ring melody, volume and type
Sounds made when you press a key, make an error or receive a
message
Note: When the phone is in the Silent mode (see page 31), you cannot
change the sound settings.
Ring Tone
This option allows you to select the required ring melody.
You can choose between many different melodies. Each time
you select a melody, it is played for a few seconds. If you
have downloaded any sounds from the Internet or received
any ring tone messages, you can view the list in this menu.
Ring Volume
This option allows you to adjust the ring volume to one of
five levels.
Use the Up and Down keys on the left side of the phone.
Alert Type
This option allows you to specify how you are to be informed
of any incoming calls.
The following options are available.
Light Only: only the backlight is switched on; the phone
neither rings nor vibrates.
Melody: the phone rings using the ring melody selected via
the Ring Tone menu option.
Vibration: the phone vibrates but does not ring.
Vibra+Melody: the phone first vibrates three times and
then starts ringing.
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Keypad Tone
This option allows you to select the tone that the keypad
generates when you press a key.
The following options are available.
Off: the keys do not make any sound.
Cool: each key, when pressed, makes the same sound but is
a different tone from the Beep option.
Piano: each key, when pressed, plays the piano melody.
Tone: each key, when pressed, makes a different sound.
Beep: each key, when pressed, makes the same sound.
Message Tone
This option allows you to select how the phone informs you
that a new message has been received.
SMS Tone
This option allows you to select how the phone informs you
that a new SMS message has been received.
The following options are available.
SMS Tone1~10: the phone uses an SMS tone. You are
provided with ten SMS tones.
OFF: the phone does not use the SMS tone.
Light Only: the service light at the top of the phone flashes.
Vibration: the phone vibrates.
Single Beep: the phone beeps once.
SMS CB Tone*
This option allows you to select how the phone informs you
that a new cell broadcast (CB) message has been received.
The following options are available.
OFF: the phone does not use the CB tone.
Light Only: the service light at the top of the phone flashes.
Vibration: the phone vibrates.
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Single Beep: the phone beeps once.
SMS CB Tone1~10: the phone uses a CB tone. You are
provided with ten CB tones.
*This option is available only if supported by your SIM card.
Multi-Media Messaging Service (MMS) Tone
This option allows you to select how the phone informs you
that MMS message has been received.
The following options are available.
OFF: the phone does not use the MMS tone.
Light Only: the service light on the front of the phone
flashes.
Vibration: the phone vibrates.
Single Beep: the phone beeps once.
MMS Tone1~10: You are provided with ten MMS tones.
*This option is available only if supported by your SIM card.
Folder Tone
This option allows you to select a tone that sounds when you
open or close the phone. The following options are available:
Off, Future or Crystal.
Power On/Off
Use this option to chose the sound you prefer when turning
your phone on or off. The following options available: Off,
Classical, and Cheerful.
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Extra Tones
You can customize various other tones used by the phone.
To turn a given
tone...
Then press the...
On
On soft key.
A check mark is displayed
in front of the option.
Off
Off soft key again.
The check mark is no
longer displayed.
The following options are available.
Error Tone: sets whether the phone informs you that you
have made a mistake or not.
Minute Minder: sets whether the phone must beep every
minute during an outgoing call to keep you informed of the
length of your call.
Connect Tone: sets your phone to beep when the person
you are calling answers the phone.
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Phone Settings
Many different features of your phone can be customized to
suit your preferences. All of these features are accessed via
the Phone Settings menu.
Infrared Activate
This feature allows you to send or receive data through the
infrared port. To use an infrared connection, you must:
configure and activate an IrDA-compliant infrared port on your
PC.
activate the infrared feature on the phone; the IrDA icon
appears on the top line of the display.
align the IrDA port on the phone with the IrDA port on your
computer.
The connection is ready for data transmission.
If there is no communication between your phone and the
IrDA-compliant device within 30 seconds of activating the
feature, it is automatically deactivated.
Note: For the best performance, use the data link cable supplied in your
SGH-e715 kit.
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Display Settings
You can change the background image and the color of the
components in the display according to your preference.
Wallpaper
This option allows you to change the background image
(wallpaper) to be displayed in idle mode.
To change the background image, proceed as follows.
1. Scroll through the list by pressing the Up or Down key.
You have various preset images available. You can also
select the blank background and any images downloaded
from the Internet.
2. Press the Select soft key when the required image is
highlighted.
The selected image is displayed.
3. After viewing the image, press the Select soft key to display
it on the idle screen.
To change the Text Color, scroll through the list by pressing
the Up or Down key. Select the color desired and press the
Select soft key.
Menu Style
This option allows you to select the menu display style. You
can choose between Bar Style and Page Style.
1. Adjust the contrast by using the Up and Down keys or the
keys on the left side of the phone.
2. When you are satisfied, press the OK soft key to save the
selection.
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Back Light
You can select whether or not the phone uses the backlight.
A marginal increase in standby/talk time can be achieved by
turning the backlight off.
The following options are available.
15 Seconds: the backlight comes on when you press a key
or receive a call and switches off 15 seconds after the last
key is pressed.
30 Seconds: the backlight comes on when you press a key
or receive a call and switches off 30 seconds after the last
key is pressed.
1 Minute: the backlight comes on when you press a key or
receive a call and switches off 1 minute after the last key is
pressed.
3 Minutes: the backlight comes on when you press a key or
receive a call and switches off 3 minutes after the last key is
pressed.
10 Minutes: the backlight comes on when you press a key
or receive a call and switches off 10 minutes after the last
key is pressed.
Auto Light
Using this feature, you can specify the time for which the
backlight is to be used. This feature helps conserve your
battery power.
The following options are available.
Disable: the backlight is used according to the setting in
the Back Light menu option.
Enable: the backlight is used only during the specified
period of time. Set the required length of time in hours and
minutes, using the appropriate number keys.
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Service Light
This option allows you to select whether or not the service
light on the top of the phone is used or in which color it
flashes.
The Service Light option can be turned off or select one from
seven service light color settings.
Graphic Logo
This option allows you to display your service provider’s logo
instead of it’s name.
The following options are:
Off: the service provider’s name displays in the idle mode.
On: the service provider’s logo stored in your phone displays
in the idle mode; if no logo has been stored, the service
provider’s name displays.
Front LCD Display
This allows you to select the clock display type and light
timer option you wish to use.
Display Type: you may choose from No Display, Date
Display, and Analog Clock.
Light Timer: you may choose from 15, 30, or 60 seconds
for your light timer.
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Greeting Message
This option allows you to set a greeting message to be
displayed briefly when the phone is switched on. The current
message is displayed.
To...
Then press the...
Clear the existing
message
key and hold it down
until the message is
cleared.
Enter a new
message
Appropriate alphanumeric
keys.
Change the text
input mode
Right soft key.
For further details on how to enter characters, refer to
page 59.
Own Number
This feature allows you to:
Assign a name to each of your own phone numbers registered
on your SIM card
Edit the names and numbers
This function is a memory aid, which you can use to check
your own phone numbers if you need to do so.
Any changes made here do not in any way affect the actual
subscriber numbers on your SIM card.
Language
You can select a display language. When the language
option is set to Automatic, the language is automatically
selected according to the language of the SIM card used.
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Security
The Security feature enables you to restrict the use of your
phone to:
The people of your choice
The types of calls of your choice
Various codes and passwords are used to protect the
features of your phone.
PIN Check
When the PIN Check feature is enabled, you must enter your
PIN each time you switch the phone on. Consequently, any
person who does not have your PIN cannot use your phone
without your approval.
Note: Before disabling the PIN Check feature, you must enter your PIN.
To change your PIN, refer to the Change PIN menu option
(Menu 6.6.2).
The following options are available.
Disable: the phone connects directly to the network when
you switch it on.
Enable: you must enter the PIN each time the phone is
switched on.
Change PIN
This feature allows you to change your current PIN to a new
one, provided that the PIN Check feature is enabled. You
must enter the current PIN before you can specify a new
one.
Once you have entered a new PIN, you are asked to confirm
it by entering it again.
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Phone Lock
When the Phone Lock feature is enabled, the phone is locked
and you must enter the 8-digit phone password each time
the phone is switched on.
The password is factory set to “00000000”. To change the
phone password, refer to the Change Password menu
option.
Once the correct password has been entered, you can use
the phone until you switch it off.
The following options are available.
Disable: you are not asked to enter the phone password
when you switch the phone on.
Enable: you are required to enter the phone password
when you switch the phone on.
Change Password
The Change Password feature allows you to change your
current phone password to a new one. You must enter the
current password before you can specify a new one.
The password is factory set to “00000000”. Once you have
entered a new password, you are asked to confirm it by
entering it again.
Privacy
This option provides the ability to secure any items that you
may want to keep private. The following options are:
All
Picture Messages
Photos
Memo list
Images
Sounds
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FDN Mode
The FDN (Fixed Dial Number) mode, if supported by your
SIM card, allows you to restrict your outgoing calls to a
limited set of phone numbers.
The following options are available.
Disable: you can phone any number.
Enable: you can only call phone numbers stored in the
phonebook. You must enter your PIN2.
Note: Not all SIM cards have a PIN2. If your SIM card does not, this
menu option is not displayed.
To change your PIN2, refer to the Change PIN2 menu
option (Menu 6.6.7).
Change PIN2
The Change PIN2 feature allows you to change your current
PIN2 to a new one. You must enter the current PIN2 before
you can specify a new one.
Once you have entered a new PIN2, you are asked to
confirm it by entering it again.
Note: Not all SIM cards have a PIN2. If your SIM card does not, this
menu option is not displayed.
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Extra Settings
You can turn the automatic redialing or answering features
on or off.
To turn a
feature...
On
Off
Then press the...
ON soft key.
A check mark is displayed
in front of the option.
OFF soft key.
The check mark is no
longer displayed.
The following options are available.
Auto Redial: when this option is checked, the phone makes
up to ten attempts to redial a phone number after an
unsuccessful call.
Note: The interval between two call attempts varies.
Active Folder: when this option is checked, you can simply
open the flip to answer a call. When it is unchecked you
must open the flip and press a key, depending on the
AnyKey Answer option.
Anykey Answer: when this option is checked, you can
answer an incoming call by pressing any key, except the
Reject soft key or the
key. To reject the call, press the
Reject soft key. When this option is unchecked, you can
only press the
key or Accept soft key.
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ShortCut
The navigation keys can be used as shortcut keys. When
pressed in idle mode, they allow you to access specific menu
options directly.
To assign a shortcut to a key, proceed as follows.
1. Select the key to be used as a shortcut key by pressing the
Up or Down key, followed by the Select soft key.
2. Select the menu option to be assigned to the key by
pressing the Up or Down key.
Note: To deactivate a shortcut key, select the None option.
3. Press the Select soft key to save the selection.
Reset Settings
You can easily reset your phone to its default configuration.
To do so, proceed as follows.
1. Select the Reset Settings menu option.
2. Enter the 8-digit phone password and press the OK soft key.
Note: The password is preset to “00000000”. To change this password,
refer to “Change Password” on page 91.
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Organizer
The Organizer feature enables you to:
view the calendar and organize your schedule.
define a list of things to do.
set the current date and time.
set an alarm so that the phone rings at a specific time, such as
to remind you of an appointment.
use the phone as a calculator for basic mathematical equations
or currency exchange operations.
Alarm
This feature allows you to:
Set the alarm to ring at a specific time
Set the phone to switch on automatically and ring the alarm
even if the phone is switched off (Autopower menu option set
to Enable).
The following options are available:
Once Alarm: the alarm rings only once and is then
deactivated.
Daily Alarm: the alarm rings every day at the same time.
Morning Call: the alarm rings to wake you up in the
morning.
To set the alarm, use the following steps:
1. Choose the type of alarm to be set.
2. Enter the required time and day of the week, if applicable.
3. Press the OK soft key.
4. If you select Morning Call in Step 1, select the repeat
option: Monday to Friday or Monday to Saturday.
Remove Alarm: deactivates all alarm settings.
Autopower: if this option is set to Enable, the alarm will ring
at the specified time, even when the phone is turned off.
If the menu option is set to Disable and the phone is turned
off at the specified time, the alarm will not ring.
To stop the alarm when it rings, press the Exit soft key.
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When setting or viewing an alarm, the following options are
available when you press the Options soft key.
Remove Alarm: deactivates the current alarm.
Alarm Sound Set: allows you to select the alarm melody.
Calendar
With the Calendar feature, you can:
consult the calendar.
write memos to keep track of your schedule.
trigger an alarm, if necessary.
Consulting the Calendar
When you select the Calendar menu option, the calendar
displays with today’s date highlighted. The following options
are available when you press the Options soft key:
Search All: displays all of the memos, starting with the
oldest, regardless of the day. To scroll through the memos,
press the Up or Down key.
Delete All: allows you to delete all of the memos. You are
asked to confirm your action.
Go to Date: allows you to go to a specific date.
Exit: exits the Calendar feature and returns to Idle Mode.
Writing a Memo
To write or edit a memo on a specific date:
1. Select a date on the calendar, using the navigation keys.
Note: To skip to the previous or next month, press the Up or Down
key on the left side of the phone.
2. Press the Select soft key.
An empty memo screen displays to allow you to enter your
memo.
3. Enter your memo and then press the OK soft key.
Note: For further details about how to enter characters, see page 59.
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You are asked if you wish to set an alarm.
4. If you want an alarm to ring on the chosen day, press the
Yes soft key.
Otherwise, press the No soft key.
5. If you pressed the Yes soft key, set the time for the alarm
and press the OK soft key.
You can also select the melody for the alarm by pressing the
Melody soft key.
6. When you use the 12-hour time format, select AM or PM
and press the OK soft key.
Note: The time format is preset to 12 Hours by default. You can
change it in the Time Format menu option (Menu 7.3.1).
The color of the date on the calendar changes to green to
indicate that a memo exists.
Editing a Memo
1. To edit a memo, select the Calendar menu option.
2. Press the Options soft key.
3. Select the Edit menu option and edit the memo
appropriately.
Once you have finished editing the memo, press the OK soft
key. The following options are then available when you press
the Options soft key.
Alarm: allows you to set the alarm to ring on the chosen
day.
Delete: allows you to delete the memo.
Copy to: allows you to copy the memo to another date and/
or time.
Move to: allows you to change the date and/or time of the
memo.
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Time & Date
This option allows you to change the current time and date
displayed. You can also use this option to find out what time
it is in another part of the world.
The following options are available:
Set Time: allows you to enter the current time. You can
choose the time format in the Time Format menu option
(Menu 7.3.4).
Note: Before setting the time, you must specify your time zone, in the
World Time menu option (Menu 7.3.3).
Set Date: allows you to enter the day, month and year.
World Time: allows you to find out what time it is in
another part of the world, using the Left and Right keys.
The screen shows the:
city name.
current date and time.
time difference between the selected city and your city if you
have set the local time (see below for further details) or GMT
(by default).
To select your time zone:
1. Select the city corresponding to your time zone by pressing
the Left or Right key one or more times. The local date and
time display.
2. Press the Set soft key.
Time Format: allows you to set the time format to 24
Hours or 12 Hours.
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Calculator
With this feature, you can use the phone as a calculator. The
calculator provides the basic arithmetic functions; addition,
subtraction, multiplication and division.
1. Enter the first number using the numeric keys.
• Notes:
• To delete mistakes or clear the display, press the
key.
• To include a decimal point or a bracket, press the left soft key
until the symbol you want displays.
2. Press the right soft key until the required arithmetic symbol
appears; + (addition),
- (subtraction), * (multiplication), / (division).
3. Enter the second number.
4. To view the result, press the
key.
5. Repeat steps 2 to 4 as many times as required.
To Do List
This feature allows you to:
enter a list of tasks to be done.
assign a priority and a deadline to each task.
sort the tasks by priority and status mark.
Creating the To Do List
1. Press the New soft key.
2. Enter the new task.
3. Press the OK soft key.
4. Select high, normal or low priority using the Up and Down
keys and press the Select soft key.
5. Enter your deadline and press the OK soft key.
If you do not want to set a deadline, press the Skip soft key.
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Editing the To Do List
When you select the To Do List menu option (Menu 7.5),
the current contents display with the status mark and
priority level High, Normal and Low.
To view the
details for a
specific task
1. highlight the task.
2. press the View soft key.
3. scroll through the tasks using the Up
and Down keys, if necessary.
To change the
status of a
specific task
1. highlight the task.
2. press the * key to mark the task as
completed as of the current date and
time.
or
1. highlight the task.
2. press the Options soft key.
3. select the Mark option.
4. select the appropriate status (Done or
Undo).
To create new
task
1. press the Options soft key.
2. select the New option.
3. enter the text, priority and/or deadline
for the task.
To edit an
existing
task
1. highlight the task.
2. press the Options soft key.
3. select the Edit option.
4. change the text, priority and/or
deadline for the task, as required.
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To sort the
existing
tasks by priority
or status
1. press the Options soft key.
To copy a task
1. highlight the task.
2. select the Sort option.
3. select the sort criterion (High, Low,
Done or Undo).
2. press the Options soft key.
3. select the Copy option.
4. change the text, priority and/or
deadline for the task, as required.
To copy a task
to the calendar
1. highlight the task.
2. press the Options soft key.
3. select the Copy to Calendar option.
4. change the text and deadline for the
task and set the alarm, as required.
To delete a task
1. highlight the task.
2. press the Options soft key.
3. select the Delete option.
To delete all
tasks
1. press the Options soft key.
2. select the Delete All option.
3. confirm the deletion by pressing the
OK soft key.
To exit the To
Do list
1. press the Options soft key.
2. select the Exit option.
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Voice Memo
Voice Memo allows you to record voice messages for your
convenience. The following options are available.
To...
Record
Then...
Press the left soft key to BEGIN
recording. Once you have completed the
recording, press the left soft key again
to STOP the recording. You can then
1. Replay
2. Re-record
3. Save
4. Quit
Memo List
To review the memo list select the left
soft key and use the Up or Down key to
scroll through the list of memos. Press
the Options soft key.
Delete All
Press the Select soft key.
This will delete all the voice memos you
have stored.
Currency Exchange
Using this menu option, you can make currency conversions.
1. Enter the current exchange rate of your source currency and
press the OK soft key.
You can insert a decimal point by pressing the # key.
2. Enter the amount to convert and press the OK soft key.
The amount you entered and its equivalent value display.
3. Press the Exit soft key to exit the currency convertor.
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Network Services
These menu functions are network services. Please contact
your service provider to check their availability and
subscribe to them, if you so wish.
Call Forwarding
This network service enables incoming calls to be rerouted
to the number that you specify.
Example:You may wish to forward your business calls to a
colleague while you are on holiday.
Call forwarding can be set up in the following ways.
Forward Always: all calls (Voice and Data) are forwarded to
the designated number. To activate press the Activate soft key.
To exit press the Exit soft key.
Busy: calls are forwarded if you are already making another
call.
No Reply: calls are forwarded if you do not answer the
phone.
Unreachable: calls are forwarded if you are not in an area
covered by your service provider.
Cancel All: all call forwarding options are cancelled.
You can specify individual forwarding options for each of the
following call types:
Voice calls only
Data calls only
Example:You can forward voice calls to your colleague if you
are already using the phone.
To set your call forwarding options, proceed as follows.
1. Select the type of call forwarding required by pressing the
Up or Down key until the appropriate option is highlighted,
and then press Select.
2. Select the type of calls to be forwarded by pressing the Up
or Down key until the appropriate option is highlighted and
then press Select.
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The current status is displayed. If the option has already
been set, the number to which the calls are forwarded is
displayed.
To...
Then...
Activate call
forwarding
Press the Activate soft key.
Go to Step 4.
Change the call
number
Press the Change soft key.
Go to Step 4.
Deactivate call
forwarding
Press the Remove soft key.
3. Enter the number to which the calls are to be forwarded and
press OK.
To enter the international code, press the 0 key until the +
sign is displayed.
The phone sends your settings to the network and the
network’s acknowledgement is displayed.
You can deactivate all call forwarding settings by selecting
the Cancel All option.
Call Waiting
This network service enables you to be informed when
someone is trying to reach you during another call.
You can specify individual call waiting options for each of the
following call types:
Voice calls only
Data calls only
To set your call waiting options, proceed as follows.
1. Select the type of calls to which the call waiting option is to
be applied by pressing the Up or Down key until the
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appropriate option is highlighted and then press the Select
soft key.
The screen informs you whether call waiting is activated or
deactivated.
2. You can activate or deactivate the call waiting feature as
necessary by using the Activate or Deactivate soft key
respectively.
To return to the previous screen, press the Exit soft key.
You can also deactivate all call waiting settings by selecting
the Cancel All option.
Network Selection
The Network Selection feature enables you to indicate
whether the network used when roaming (outside your
home area) is selected automatically or manually.
Note: You can select a network other than your home network only if it
has a valid roaming agreement with your home network.
To indicate whether the network is to be selected
automatically or manually when roaming, proceed as
follows.
1. When Network Selection is displayed, press the Select
soft key.
2. Press the Up or Down key until the appropriate option is
highlighted and then press the OK soft key.
If you select Automatic, you are connected to the first
available network when roaming.
If you select Manual, the phone scans for the available
networks. Go to Step 3.
3. Press the Up or Down key until the preferred network is
highlighted and then press the OK soft key.
You are connected to that network.
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Caller ID
You can prevent your phone number from being displayed
on the phone of the person being called.
Note: Some networks do not allow the user to change this setting.
The following options are available.
Default: the default setting provided by the network is
used.
Hide Number: your number is not displayed on the other
person’s phone.
Send Number: your number is sent each time you make a
call.
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Funbox
The Funbox menu contains several fun options.
t-zones
Your phone is equipped with a WAP Browser to allow you to
access and navigate the wireless internet via your phone.
Using this menu, you can use the WAP browser.
Home
Selecting this option connects the phone to the network and
loads the homepage of the wireless internet service
provider. You can also press the
in Idle Mode.
Favorite
Selecting the Favorite option allows you to store the URL
addresses of your favorite Web sites. You can access this
menu directly by pressing and holding the # key while using
the WAP browser. To store a URL address:
1. Select an empty location and press the Options soft key.
2. Enter the address and press the Enter soft key.
3. Enter a name for the favorite item and press the Enter soft
key.
After saving your favorite items, you can use the following
options by pressing the Options soft key:
Go to URL:
By selecting the function, you can quickly access the site
you wish to browse.
It provides the http:// prompt for you to enter the web
address you wish to reach.
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Clear Cache
You can clear the information stored in the cache, the
phone’s temporary memory which stores the most recently
accessed Web pages.
Press the Yes soft key to confirm the deletion. Otherwise,
press the No soft key.
Push Message
In this menu option, you can receive and access web
messages from the server.
The following options are available:
Inbox: allows you to read the messages received from the
web server.
Receive: allows you to set whether or not your phone
receives web messages
Delete all: allows you to delete all of the web messages.
Games
You can enjoy four games with your phone.
Scroll to the required game, using the Up and Down keys
and press the Launch soft key. For further details on the
game, refer to the on-screen help.
Sounds
In this menu, you can view the list of sounds downloaded
from the server. You can set the downloaded sounds as the
current ring tone, but cannot send the sounds to other
phones.
When the memory is full, a warning message is displayed
and the phone rejects additional sounds until you erase
obsolete ones.
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Images
In this menu, you can view the list of pictures downloaded
from the server. You can set the downloaded pictures as the
current background image, but cannot send them to other
phones.
When the memory is full, a warning message is displayed
and the phone rejects additional pictures until you erase
obsolete ones.
Delete All
This option allows you to delete all games, sounds, and
images you have stored on your phone. To select one of
these options, press the left soft key to Mark your choice.
Then press the right soft key to Delete them.
Memory Status
This option displays the memory used for games, sounds,
and images. Press the Select soft key to view the following
options:
Games: each time you press the Next soft key, the display
shows the total, free and used space, and the number of
objects you downloaded.
Sounds & Images: each time you press the Next soft key,
the display shows the total and free space, including the
memory for objects in the Sounds and Images menus and
the memory for voice memos.
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Solving Problems
Before contacting the after-sales service, perform the
following simple checks. They may save you the time and
expense of an unnecessary service call.
When you switch your phone on, the following
messages may appear
Insert SIM Card
Check that the SIM card is correctly installed.
Phone Locked Enter Password
The automatic locking function has been enabled. You must
enter the phone’s password before you can use the phone.
Enter PIN
You are using your phone for the first time. You must enter the
Personal Identification Number supplied with the SIM card.
The option requiring that the PIN be entered each time the
phone is switched on was enabled. You must enter your PIN and
then disable this option if so required.
Enter PUK
The PIN code was entered incorrectly three times in succession
and the phone is now blocked. Enter the PUK supplied by your
network operator.
“No service,” “Network failure” or “Not done” is
displayed
The network connection was lost. You may be in a weak signal
area (in a tunnel or surrounded by buildings). Move and try
again.
You are trying to access an option for which you have not taken
out a subscription with your service provider. Contact the
service provider for further details.
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You have entered a number but it was not
dialed
Have you pressed the
key?
Are you accessing the right wireless network?
You may have set an outgoing call blocking option.
Your correspondent cannot reach you
Is your phone switched on (the
key pressed for more
than one second)?
Are you accessing the right wireless network?
You may have set an incoming call blocking option.
Your correspondent cannot hear you speaking
Have you switched off the microphone?
Are you holding the phone close enough to your mouth?
The microphone is located at the bottom of the phone.
The phone starts beeping and “**Warning**
Low Battery” flashes in the display
The battery is insufficiently charged. Replace the battery and
recharge it.
The audio quality of the call is poor
Check the signal strength indicator in the display (
); the
number of bars indicates the signal strength from strong to
).
weak (
Try moving the phone slightly or moving closer to a window if
you are in a building.
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No number is dialed when you recall a
phonebook entry
Check that the numbers have been stored correctly, by using
the Phonebook Search feature.
Re-store the number, if necessary.
If the above guidelines do not enable you to solve
the problem, take a note of:
The model and serial numbers of your phone
Your warranty details
A clear description of the problem
Then contact your local dealer or Samsung aftersales service.
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Access Codes
There are several access codes that are used by your phone
and its SIM card. These codes help you protect the phone
against unauthorized use.
When requested for any of the codes explained below, key in
the appropriate code (displayed as asterisks) and press the
OK soft key. If you make a mistake, press the
key one
or more times until the incorrect digit is cleared and then
continue entering the correct code.
The access codes, except for the PUK and PUK2 codes can
be changed using Security menu options (Menu 6.6).
Important! Avoid using access codes resembling emergency
numbers, such as 911, so that you do not dial an emergency
number accidentally.
Phone Password
The Phone Lock feature uses the phone password to protect
your phone against unauthorized use. The phone password
is supplied with the phone and is factory set to 00000000.
PIN
The Personal Identification Number or PIN (4 to 8 digits)
protects your SIM card against unauthorized use. It is
usually supplied with the SIM card.
If you enter an incorrect PIN three times in succession, the
code is disabled and cannot be used until you re-enable it by
entering the PUK (see below).
PUK
The 8-digit PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) is required to
change a disabled PIN. The PUK may be supplied with the
SIM card. If not, or you have lost it, contact your service
provider.
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To re-enable your PIN, proceed as follows.
1. Key in the PUK and press the OK soft key.
2. Enter a new PIN of your choice and press the OK soft key.
3. When the Confirm New PIN message is displayed, key in
the same code again and press the OK soft key.
If you enter an incorrect PUK ten times in succession, the
SIM card becomes invalid. Contact your service provider for
a new card.
PIN2
The PIN2 (4 to 8 digits), supplied with some SIM cards, is
required to access specific functions, such as setting the
maximum cost of a call. These functions are available if
supported by your SIM card.
If you enter an incorrect PIN2 three times in succession, the
code is disabled and you cannot access the functions until
you re-enable it by entering the PUK2.
To change the PIN2, refer to (Menu 6.6.7).
PUK2
The 8-digit PUK2 (Personal Unblocking Key 2), supplied with
some SIM cards, is required to change a disabled PIN2. If
you lose the code, contact your service provider.
To re-enable your PIN2, proceed as follows.
1. Key in the PUK2 and press the OK soft key.
2. Enter a new PIN2 of your choice and press the OK soft key.
3. When the Confirm PIN2 message is displayed, key in the
same code again and press the OK soft key.
If you enter an incorrect PUK2 ten times in succession, you
will not be able to access the functions requiring the PIN2.
Contact your service provider for a new card.
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WAP Browser
Your phone comes equipped with a WAP (Wireless
Application Protocol) browser, making it possible for you to
access the wireless internet.
About the WAP Browser
The WAP Browser allows you to:
Access up-to-the minute information via your phone
View specially designed text versions of popular Internet sites
including Yahoo!, CNN Mobile and the Weather Channel
Browsing the wireless internet using your phone is unlike
using your computer, in that site provides have:
Selected only the critical aspects of their site for wireless phone
users
Removed most graphics
Each time you start the WAP Browser, the phone connects to
the wireless internet and the service indicator icon appears
on the display to inform you that you are:
Are connected to the wireless internet
Will be billed accordingly (rates vary according to your service
option)
The WAP Browser ends the network connection after a
certain period of inactivity and automatically reconnects as
necessary. For this reason, you may find that you are billed
for several network connections within a single session. This
is normal and is designed to minimize you bill.
Accessing the WAP Browser
Enter the t-zones menu to access the WAP browser:
1. When the idle Screen is displayed, press the Menu soft key
to enter the menu mode.
2. Press the Up or Down until the Funbox menu option is
displayed, and then press the Select soft key. You can also
press the 9 key directly.
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3. Press the Select soft key or the 1 key directly.
4. Press the Up or Down key one or more times to highlight
the required option and then press the Select soft key.
Option
Description
Home
Connects the phone to the network and
loads the homepage of the wireless
internet service provider.
Favorite
Allows you to store the URL addresses of
your favorite Web sites. You can access
this menu directly by pressing and holding
the # key while using the WAP Browser.
To store a URL address, select an empty
location and enter the address. Three
submenus are available. Select Go to
URL to access the site quickly, Edit to
edit the selected address and Delete to
delete the selected address.
Go To URL
This option allows you to manually enter
the URL address of the Web site that you
wish to access. You can access this
menu directly by pressing and holding
down the key in the WAP Browser.
Clear Cache Clears the information stored in the
cache (the phone’s temporary memory
used to store the most recently accessed
Web pages).
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Option
Push
Message
Description
In this menu option, you can receive and
access web messages from the server.
The following options are available:
Inbox: allows you to read the messages
received from the web server.
Receive: allows you to set whether or
not your phone receives web messages.
Delete All: allows you to delete all of the
web messages.
Starting the WAP Browser
To start the WAP Browser when the idle screen is displayed
key or press the Menu soft key, followed by the
press the
9, 1 and 1 keys.
A connection is established with your service provider and
the corresponding homepage is displayed.
The content of the WAP Browser startup homepage depends
on your wireless internet service provider. To scroll through
the screen, use the Up and Down keys.
Note: To access the startup homepage from any other screen in the WAP
Browser, use the Home option. For more information on the WAP
Browser menus, refer to...
Exiting the WAP Browser
To exit the browser at any time, simply press the
or press and hold down the
key.
key
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Using the WAP Browser
Using the Soft Keys
A bar containing browser commands is located at the bottom
of the WAP Browser display. The soft keys below the bar are
used to execute these commands. The two keys are called
soft keys because their functions changes depending on the
WAP Browser application in use.
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Navigating the Wap Browser
To...
Then....
Scroll through and
select browser items
Press the Up and Down key until
the arrow symbol points to the
required item, and then press the
OK soft key to confirm the
selection.
Select a numbered
item
Press the corresponding numeric
key.
Return to the previous
page
Press the Back soft key or the
Return to the startup
homepage
Select the Home menu option;
for more information on this
option, refer to page 122.
key.
Entering Text, Numbers or Symbols
When you are prompted to enter text, the current text entry
mode is indicated on the screen. The following modes are
available.
Mode
Description
A/a
Allows you to enter letters in the
alphabet. Press the corresponding key
until the required letter is displayed
1
Allows you to enter numbers.
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Note: To enter symbols, press the 1 key repeatedly until the required
symbol is displayed.
To...
Then....
Change modes
Press the
Enter a space
Press the #.
Edit text
Set the cursor to the right of the
character to be corrected
key one or more times.
Press the
key as required.
Enter the correct character(s).
Using and Selecting WAP Menu Options
Various menu options are available when you are using the
WAP Browser to navigate the wireless internet.
To access a menu option, proceed as follows:
1. Press and hold down the
* key. A menu is displayed.
2. Highlight the required menu option by pressing the Up and
Down keys.
3. Select the option by pressing the Select soft key.
4. If necessary, select the secondary option using the Up and
Down keys, and press the Select soft key to confirm.
Note: The menus may vary, depending on your version of the WAP
Browser.
Reload
This option reloads the current page.
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Home
This option takes you back at any time to the homepage of
the Wireless Web service provider.
Go to URL
This option allows you to enter manually the URL address of
the required Web page.
After entering an address, press the OK soft key to go there
directly.
Show URL
This feature displays the URL address of the site to which
you are currently connected. It also enables you to declare
the current site as the startup homepage.
To...
Press the...
Declare the current page
as your startup
homepage
Option soft key, select the
Save to Home option and press
Select.
Set a bookmark for the
current page
Option soft key, select the
Save to Bookmark option and
press Select.
Cancel your setting
Back soft key.
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Health and Safety Information
Usage guidelines:
All about performance and safety
Getting the Most Out of Your 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 15 minutes of
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.
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Knowing Radio Frequency Safety
The design of your phone complies with updated NCRP
standards described below.
In 1991-92, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers (IEEE) and the American National Standards
Institute (ANSI) joined in updating ANSI’s 1982 standard for
safety levels with respect to human exposure to RF signals.
More than 120 scientists, engineers and physicians from
universities, government health agencies and industries
developed this updated standard after reviewing the
available body of research. In 1993, the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC) adopted this updated
standard in a regulation. In August 1996, the FCC adopted
hybrid standard consisting of the existing ANSI/IEEE
standard and the guidelines published by the National
Council of Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP).
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.
Maintaining Safe Use of and Access to Your
Phone
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 THE U.S.A., USE AN
ATTACHMENT PLUG ADAPTOR OF THE PROPER
CONFIGURATION FOR THE POWER OUTLET.
Using Your Phone While Driving
Talking on your phone while driving is illegal in some states.
Even where it’s not, it can divert your attention from driving.
Remember that safety always comes first.
When using your phone in the car:
Get to know your phone and its features, such as speed dial and
redial.
When available, use a hands-free device.
Position your phone within easy reach.
Let the person you are speaking to know you are driving; if
necessary, suspend the call in heavy traffic or hazardous
weather conditions.
Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while driving.
Dial sensibly and assess the traffic; if possible, place calls when
you stationary or before pulling into traffic.
Do not engage in stressful or emotional conversations that may
divert your attention from the road.
Dial 9,1,1 to report serious emergencies. It’s free from your
wireless phone.
Use your phone to help others in emergencies.
Call special non-emergency wireless number when necessary.
Following Safety Guidelines
Note: Always turn off the phone in health care facilities and request
permission before using the phone near medical equipment.
To operate your phone safely and efficiently, always follow
any special regulations in a given area. Turn your phone off
in areas where use is forbidden or when it may cause
interference or danger.
Using Your Phone Near Other Electronic Devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from radio
frequency (RF) signals. However, RF signals from wireless
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phones may affect inadequately shielded electronic
equipment.
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately
shielded electronic operating systems and/or entertainment
systems in motor vehicles. Check with the manufacturer or
their representative to determine if these systems are
adequately shielded from external RF signals. Also check
with the manufacturer regarding any equipment that has
been added to your vehicle.
Consult the manufacturer of any personal medical devices,
such as pacemakers and hearing aids, to determine if they
are adequately shielded from external RF signals.
Turning Off Your Phone Before Flying
Turn off your phone before boarding any aircraft. To prevent
possible interference with aircraft systems, the U.S. Federal
Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations require you to
have permission from a crew member to use your phone
while the plane is on the ground. To prevent any risk of
interference, FCC regulations prohibit using your phone
while the plane is in the air.
Turning Off Your Phone in Dangerous Areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn off your
phone when in a blasting area or in other areas with signs
indicating that two-way radios should be turned off.
Construction crews often use remote-control RF devices to
set off explosives.
Note: Never transport or store flammable gas, liquid or explosives in the
compartment of your vehicle that contains your phone or accessories.
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Turn off your phone when you’re in any area that has a
potentially explosive atmosphere. Although it’s rare, your
phone or its accessories could generate sparks. Sparks could
cause an explosion or a fire resulting in bodily injury or even
death. These areas are often, but not always, clearly
marked. They include:
Fueling areas such as gas stations.
Below deck on boats.
Fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities.
Areas where the air contains chemicals or particles such as
grain, dust or metal powders.
Any other area where you would normally be advised to turn off
your vehicle’s engine.
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.
Caring for the Battery
The guidelines listed below help you get the most out of
your
battery’s performance.
Use only Samsung-approved batteries and desktop chargers.
These chargers are designed to maximize battery life. Using
other batteries or chargers voids your warranty and may cause
damage.
In order to avoid damage, charge the battery only in
temperatures that range from 32º F to 104º F
(0º C to 40º C).
Don’t use the battery charger in direct sunlight or in high
humidity areas, such as the bathroom.
Never dispose of the battery by incineration.
Keep the metal contacts on top of the battery clean.
Don’t attempt to disassemble or short-circuit the battery.
The battery may need recharging if it has not been used for a
long period of time.
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It’s best to replace the battery when it no longer provides
acceptable performance. It can be recharged hundreds of times
before it needs replacing.
Don’t store the battery in high temperature areas for long
periods of time. It’s best to follow these storage rules:
Less than one month
32º F to 104º F (0º C to 40º C)
Disposal of Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) Batteries
For safe disposal options of your Li-Ion batteries, contact
your nearest Samsung-authorized service center.
For safety, do not handle a damaged or leaking Li-Ion battery.
Be sure to dispose of your battery properly. In some areas, the
disposal of batteries in household or business trash may be
prohibited.
Acknowledging Special Precautions and FCC
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, One Batterymarch Park,
Quincy, MA 02269, Attn: Publication Sales Division.
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
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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.
Body-Worn Operation
To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines, if
you wear a handset on your body, use the Samsung supplied
or approved carrying case, holster or other body-worn
accessory. Use of non- Samsung approved accessories may
violate FCC RF exposure guidelines.
For more information about RF exposure, please visit the
FCC website at www.fcc.gov.
SAR Values
Head: 0.559 (W/KG)
Body-worn: 0.0985 (W/KG)
FDA Consumer Update
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 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
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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 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 it 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 a 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 Committee
Occupational Safety and Health Administration
The National Institutes of Health participates in some
interagency working group activities, as well.
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FDA shares regulatory responsibilities about 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
wireless exposures that people get from these base stations
are typically thousands of times lower than those they get
from wireless phones. Base stations are thus not the subject
of the safety questions discussed in this document.
What kinds of phones are the subject of this
update?
The term “wireless phones” refers here to hand-held
wireless phones with built-in antennas, often called “cell,”
“mobile,” or “PCS”. 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
phone wiring in a house, typically operate at far lower per
levels, and thus produce RF exposures far below the FCC
safety limits.
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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 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, glaucoma, 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 long-term exposures,
since average period of phone use in these studies was
around three years.
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What research is needed to decide whether RF
exposure from wireless phones poses a health
threat?
A combination of laboratory studies and epidemiological
studies of people actually using wireless phones would
provide some of the data that are needed. Lifetime animal
exposure studies could be completed in a few years.
However, very large numbers of animals would be needed to
provide reliable proof of a cancer promoting effect if one
exists. Epidemiological studies can provide data that is
directly applicable to human populations, but ten or more
years’ follow-up may be needed to provide answers about
some health effects, such as cancer. This is because the
interval between the time of exposure to a cancer-causing
agent and the time tumors develop - if they do - may be
many, many years. The interpretation of epidemiological
studies is hampered by difficulties in measuring actual RF
exposure during day-to-day use of wireless phones. Many
factors affect this measurement, such as the angle at which
the phone is held, or which model of phone is used.
What is FDA doing to find out more about the
possible health effects of wireless phone RF?
FDA is working with the U.S. Toxicology Program and with
groups of investigators around the world to ensure that high
priority animal studies are conducted to address important
questions about the effects of exposure to radio frequency
energy (RF).
FDA has been a leading participant in the World Health
Organization International Electromagnetic Fields (EMF)
Project since its inception in 1996. An influential result of tis
work has been the development of a detailed agenda of
research needs that has driven the establishment of new
research programs around the world. The project has also
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helped develop a series of public information documents on
EMF issues.
FDA and the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet
Association (CTIA) have a formal Cooperative Research and
Development Agreement (CRADA) to do research on
wireless phone safety. FDA provides the scientific oversight,
obtaining input from experts in government, industry, and
academic organizations. CTIA-funded research is conducted
through contracts to independent investigators. The initial
research will include both laboratory studies and studies of
wireless phone users. The CRADA will also include a broad
assessment of additional research needs in the context of
the latest research developments around the world.
How can I find out how much radio frequency
energy exposure I can get by using my wireless
phone?
All phones sold in the United States must comply with
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) guidelines that
limit radio frequency energy (RF) exposures. FCC
established these guidelines in consultation with FDA and
other federal health and safety agencies. The FCC limit for
exposure from wireless telephones is set at a Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR) of 1.6 watts per kilogram (1.6 W/kg).
The FCC limit is consistent with the safety standards
developed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic
Engineering (IEEE) and the National Council on Radiation
Protection and Measurement. The exposure limit takes into
consideration the body’s ability to remove heat from the
tissue that absorb energy from the wireless phone and is set
well below levels known to have effects.
Manufacturers of wireless phones must report the RF
exposure level for each model of phone to the FCC.
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this
model phone with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in
compliance with the FCC RF exposure guidelines.
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SAR information on this model phone is on file with the FCC
and can be found under the Display Grant section of
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid after searching on FCC ID
A3LSGHE715.
What has FDA done to measure the radio
frequency energy coming from wireless
phones?
The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) is
developing a technical standard for measuring the radio
frequency energy (RF) exposure from wireless phones and
other wireless hand sets with the participation and
leadership of FDA scientists and engineers. The standard,
“Recommended Practice for Determining the Spatial-Peak
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Body Due to
Wireless Communications Devices: Experimental
Techniques,” sets forth the first consistent test methodology
for measuring the rate at which RF is deposited in the heads
of wireless phone users. The test method uses a tissuesimulating model of the human head. Standardized SAR test
methodology is expected to greatly improve the consistency
of measurements made at different laboratories on the same
phone. SAR is the measurement of the amount of energy
absorbed in tissue, either by the whole body or a small part
of the body. It is measured in watts/kg (or milliwatts/g) of
matter. This measurement is used to determine whether a
wireless phone complies with safety guidelines.
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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.
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 does not demonstrate that wireless
phones are harmful. But if you are concerned about 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 measured 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
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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.
What about wireless phone interference with
medical equipment?
Radio frequency energy (RF) from wireless phones can
interact with some electronic devices. For this reason, FDA
helped develop a detailed test method to measure
electromagnetic interference (EMI) of implanted cardiac
pacemakers and defibrillators from wireless telephones. This
test method is now part of a standard sponsored by the
Association for the Advancement of Medical instrumentation
(AAMI). The final draft, a joint effort by FDA, medical device
manufacturers, and many other groups, was completed on
late 2000. This standard will allow manufacturers to ensure
that cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators are safe from
wireless phone EMI.
FDA has tested hearing aids for interference from handheld
wireless phones and helped develop a voluntary standard
sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronic
Engineers (IEEE). This standard specifies test methods and
performance requirements for hearing aids and wireless
phones so that no interference occurs when a person uses a
“compatible” phone and a “compatible” 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.
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Where can I find additional information?
For additional information, please refer to the following
resources:
FDA web page on wireless phones
(http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/phones/index.html)
Federal Communications Commission FCC) RF
Safety Program
(http://www.fda.gov/oet/rfsafety)
International Commission on Non-Ionizing
Radiation Protection
(http://www.icnirp.de)
World Health Organization (WHO) International
EMF Project
(http://www.who.int/emf)
National Radiological Protection Board (UK)
(http://www.nrpb.org.uk)
CTIA Safety Information
Exposure to radio frequency signals
Your wireless hand held portable telephone is a low power
radio transmitter and receiver. When it is ON, it receives and
also sends out radio frequency (RF) signals.
In August, 1996, the Federal Communications Commissions
(FCC) adopted RF exposure guidelines with safety levels for
hand-held wireless phones. Those guidelines are consistent
with the safety standards previously set by both U.S. and
international standard bodies:
ANSI C95.1 (1992)
NCRP Report 86 (1986)
ICNIRP (1996)
Those standards were based on comprehensive and periodic
evaluations of the relevant scientific literature. For example,
over 120 scientists, engineers, and physicians from
universities, government health agencies, and industry
reviewed the available body of research to develop the ANSI
Standard (C95.1).
The design of your phone complies with the FCC guidelines
(and those standards).
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Driving
Check the laws and regulations on the use of wireless
telephones in the areas where you drive. Always obey them.
Also, if using your phone while driving, please:
Give full attention to driving--driving safety is your
first responsibility.
Use hands-free operation, if available.
Pull off the road and park before making or answering a call if
driving conditions so require.
Electronic devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF
signals. However, certain electronic equipment may not be
shielded against RF signals from your wireless phone.
Pacemakers
The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends
that a minimum separation of six (6”) inches be maintained
between a hand-held wireless phone and a pacemaker to
avoid potential interference with the pacemaker. These
recommendations are consistent with the independent
research by and recommendations of Wireless Technology
Research.
Persons with pacemakers:
Should ALWAYS keep the phone more than six inches from their
pacemaker when the pacemaker is turned on;
Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket;
Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize the
potential for interference.
If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking
place, turn your phone OFF immediately.
Hearing aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with some
hearing aids. In the event of such interference, you may
want to consult your service provider (or call the customer
service line to discuss alternatives.) Optional for each phone
manufacturer.
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Other medical devices
If you use any other personal medical device, consult the
manufacturer of your device to determine if they are
adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your physician
may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.
Turn 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 should also consult the manufacturer of any
equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
Posted facilities
Turn your phone OFF in any facility where posted notices so
require.
Aircraft
FCC regulations prohibit using your phone while in the air.
Switch OFF your phone before boarding an aircraft.
Blasting areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your
phone OFF when in a “blasting area” or in areas posted:
“Turn off two-way radio”. Obey all signs and instructions.
Potentially explosive atmospheres
Turn 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 of even death.
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Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often but
not always clearly marked. They include fueling areas such
as gasoline stations; below deck on boats; fuel or chemical
transfer or storage facilities; vehicles using liguefied
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.
For vehicles equipped with an airbag
An airbag inflates with great force. DO NOT place objects,
including both installed or portable wireless equipment, in
the area over the air bag deployment area. If in-vehicle
wireless equipment is improperly installed and the air bag
inflates, serious injury could result.
Owner's Record
The model number, regulatory number and serial number
are located on a nameplate inside the battery compartment.
Record the serial number in the space provided below. This
will be helpful if you need to contact us about your phone in
the future.
Model: SGH-e715
Serial No.:
User Guide Proprietary Notice
T9 Text Input is licensed by Tegic Communications and is
covered by U.S. Pat. 5,818,437, U.S. Pat. 5,953,541, U.S.
Pat. 6,011,554 and other patents pending.
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STANDARD LIMITED
WARRANTY
What is Covered and For How Long? SAMSUNG
TELECOMMUNICATIONS AMERICA, L.P. (SAMSUNG)
warrants to the original purchaser ("Purchaser") that
SAMSUNG’s Phones and accessories ("Products") are free
from defects in material and workmanship under normal use
and service for the period commencing upon the date of
purchase and continuing for the following specified period of
time after that date:
Phone
1 Year
Batteries
1 Year
Leather Case/Pouch
90 Days
Holster
90 Days
Other Phone Accessories
1 Year
What is Not Covered? This Limited Warranty is
conditioned upon proper use of Product by Purchaser. This
Limited Warranty does not cover: (a) defects or damage
resulting from accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, unusual
physical, electrical or electromechanical stress, or
modification of any part of Product, including antenna, or
cosmetic damage; (b) equipment that has the serial number
removed or made illegible; (c) any plastic surfaces or other
externally exposed parts that are scratched or damaged due
to normal use; (d) malfunctions resulting from the use of
Product in conjunction with accessories, products, or
ancillary/peripheral equipment not furnished or approved by
SAMSUNG; (e) defects or damage from improper testing,
operation, maintenance, installation, or adjustment; (f)
installation, maintenance, and service of Product, or (g)
Product used or purchased outside the United States or
Canada.
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This Limited Warranty covers batteries only if battery
capacity falls below 80% of rated capacity or the battery
leaks, and this Limited Warranty does not cover any battery
if (i) the battery has been charged by a battery charger not
specified or approved by SAMSUNG for charging the battery,
(ii) any of the seals on the battery are broken or show
evidence of tampering, or (iii) the battery has been used in
equipment other than the SAMSUNG phone for which it is
specified.
What are SAMSUNG’s Obligations? During the
applicable warranty period, SAMSUNG will repair or replace,
at SAMSUNG’s sole option, without charge to Purchaser, any
defective component part of Product. To obtain service
under this Limited Warranty, Purchaser must return Product
to an authorized phone service facility in an adequate
container for shipping, accompanied by Purchaser’s sales
receipt or comparable substitute proof of sale showing the
date of purchase, the serial number of Product and the
sellers’ name and address. To obtain assistance on where to
deliver the Product, call Samsung Customer Care at 1-888987-4357. Upon receipt, SAMSUNG will promptly repair or
replace the defective Product. SAMSUNG may, at
SAMSUNG’s sole option, use rebuilt, reconditioned, or new
parts or components when repairing any Product or replace
Product with a rebuilt, reconditioned or new Product.
Repaired/replaced leather cases, pouches and holsters will
be warranted for a period of ninety (90) days. All other
repaired/replaced Product will be warranted for a period
equal to the remainder of the original Limited Warranty on
the original Product or for 90 days, whichever is longer. All
replaced parts, components, boards and equipment shall
become the property of SAMSUNG. If SAMSUNG determines
that any Product is not covered by this Limited Warranty,
Purchaser must pay all parts, shipping, and labor charges for
the repair or return of such Product.
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What Are the Limits On SAMSUNG’s Liability? EXCEPT
AS SET FORTH IN THE EXPRESS WARRANTY CONTAINED
HEREIN, PURCHASER TAKES THE PRODUCT “AS IS,” AND
SAMSUNG MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION
AND THERE ARE NO CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER
WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO:
•THE MERCHANTABILITY OF THE PRODUCT OR ITS FITNESS
FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE;
•WARRANTIES OF TITLE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT;
•DESIGN, CONDITION, QUALITY, OR PERFORMANCE OF THE
PRODUCT;
•THE WORKMANSHIP OF THE PRODUCT OR THE
COMPONENTS CONTAINED THEREIN; OR
•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
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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 THIRD-PARTY 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
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EQUIPMENT LIE SOLELY WITH THE PURCHASER AND THE
DIRECT VENDOR, OWNER OR SUPPLIER OF SUCH THIRDPARTY 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.
Samsung Telecommunications America, L.P.
1130 East Arapaho Road
Richardson, Texas 75081
Phone: 1-800-SAMSUNG
Phone: 1-888-987-HELP (4357)
©2003 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. [080802]
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Glossary
To help you understand the main technical terms and
abbreviations used in this booklet and take full advantage of
the features on your mobile phone, here are a few
definitions.
Call Forwarding
Ability to reroute calls to another number.
Call Holding
Ability to put one call on standby while answering or making
another call; you can then switch between the two calls, as
required.
Call Waiting
Ability to inform users that they have an incoming call when
engaged on another call.
GPRS (General Packet Radio Service)
New non-voice value-added service that allows information
to be sent and received across a mobile telephone network.
GPRS provides continuous connection to the Internet for
mobile phone and computer users. It is based on the Global
System for Mobile Communication (GSM) circuit-switched
cellular phone connections and the Short Message Service
(SMS).
GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication)
International standard for cellular communication,
guaranteeing compatibility between the various network
operators. GSM covers most European countries and many
other parts of the world.
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Java
Programming language generating applications that can run
on all hardware platforms, whether small, medium or large,
without modification. It has been promoted for and geared
heavily to the Web, both for public Web sites and Intranets.
When a Java program runs from a Web page, it is called a
Java applet. When it is run on a mobile phone or pager, it is
called a MIDlet.
Line Identification Services (Caller ID)
Services allowing subscribers to view or block the telephone
numbers of callers.
Multiparty Calling
Ability to establish a conference call involving up to five
additional parties.
Phone Password
Security code used to unlock the phone when you have
selected the option to lock it automatically each time it
switches on.
PIN (Personal Identification Number)
Security code that protects the phone against unauthorized
use. The PIN is supplied by the service provider with the SIM
card. It may be a four to eight-digit number and can be
changed, as required.
PUK (PIN Unblocking Key)
Security code used to unlock the phone when an incorrect
PIN has been entered three times in succession. The eightdigit number is supplied by the service provider with the SIM
card.
Roaming
Use of your phone when you are outside your home area
(when traveling for example).
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SDN (Service Dialing Numbers)
Telephone numbers supplied by your network provider and
giving access to special services, such as voice mail,
directory inquiries, customer support and emergency
services.
SIM (Subscriber Identification Module)
Card containing a chip with all the information required to
operate the phone (network and memory information, as
well as the subscriber’s personal data). The SIM card fits
into a small slot on the back of the phone and is protected
by the battery.
SMS (Short Message Service)
Network service sending and receiving textmessages to and
from another subscriber without having to speak to the
correspondent. The message created or received can be
displayed, received, edited or sent.
Soft Keys
Two keys marked
which:
and
on the phone, the purpose of
Varies according to the function that you are currently using
Is indicated on the bottom line of the display just above the
corresponding key
Dual Band
Ability to handle any of the following types of network: GSM
900 and GSM 1900 MHz bands, for greater call success and
wider roaming.
Voice Mail
Computerized answering service that automatically answers
your calls when you are not available, plays a greeting
(optionally in your own voice) and records a message.
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Index
A
Access codes • 115
Active Flip • 93
Alert type (3.3) • 81
Answering
a call • 27
Anykey Answer • 93
Auto Light • 88
Auto redial (4.5) 93
B
Background Image • 86
Backlight • 17, 87
Barring
calls (6.2) • 104
Battery Care 129
Broadcast (1.5) • 65
C
Calculator (6.5) • 102
Calendar (6.1) • 96
Caller
ID (6.5) • 106
Calls
answering
a call • 27
barring (6.2) • 104
cost (2.5) • 81
dialled (2.3) • 76
diverting (6.1) • 103
ending • 25
holding • 45
international • 25
making • 25
missed • 27, 75
multi-party • 48
received (2.2) • 75
redialling automatically • 93
time (2.4) • 76
via phonebook • 36
waiting (6.3) • 104
waiting • 48
Card
installing the SIM • 19
Changing
password (4.6.4) • 91
PIN (4.6.2) • 90
PIN2 (4.6.7) • 92
Characters
changing mode • 41
entering • 41
Closed User Group (6.6) • 107
Colour Theme • 86
Conference call • 48
Connect
tone • 84
Contrast (4.7.1) • 88
Copying
phonebook number • 35
tasks • 101
Correcting numbers • 25
Cost of call • 81
CUG • 107
Currency exchange (6.6) • 102
D
Dangerous Areas 128
Date setting (6.3.2) • 98
Deleting
all memos • 96
all tasks • 101
messages • 59
missed calls • 29
phonebook number • 35
tasks • 101
Dialled calls (2.3) • 76
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Display
contrast • 88
icons • 16
layout • 15
setting language • 89
Diverting calls (6.1) • 103
E
Earpiece volume • 27
Editing
messages • 60
missed calls • 28, 75
phonebook number • 35
tasks • 100
to do list • 100
Error tone • 84
F
FCC Notice 130
FDN mode (4.6.6) • 92
Fixed Dial Number mode • 92
Flying 128
Fun Box (7) • 107
Functions
selecting • 31
G
Game (7.1) • 107, 108
Greeting message (4.3) • 89
Groups
user • 107
I
Icons
description • 16
Identifying a caller • 27
K
Key tones
muting • 47
selecting (3.4) • 82
sending • 47
Index
156
Keypad tone (3.4) • 82
Keypad tones
sending/muting • 46
Keys
description • 12
location • 11
shortcut • 94
L
Language (4.5) • 89
Last number, redial • 26
Length of calls • 76, 84
Letters
changing mode • 41
entering • 41
Light
backlight • 17, 87
service • 17, 88
Locking
SIM card (4.6.5) • 92
Lower-case characters
entering • 43
M
Memory Status
phonebook • 40
Memos
viewing • 97
writing • 96
Menus
accessing by scroll • 51
accessing by shortcuts • 52
list • 52
Message tone (3.5) • 82
Messages
broadcast (1.5) • 65
setup (1.4) • 63
templates (1.3) • 62
writing (1.2) • 60
Microphone, mute • 46
Minute minder • 84
Missed calls (1.1) • 27, 75
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dropping • 49
making • 48
private conversation • 49
Muting
all sounds • 46
key tones • 46, 47
microphone • 46
N
Names
entering • 41
searching/dialling • 36
storing • 33
Network selection (6.4) • 105
Network services (7) • 59
Numbers
copying phonebook • 35
correcting • 25
erasing • 35
fixed dial • 92
own • 89
pasting phonebook • 35
searching/dialling • 36
storing • 33
O
Options
selecting • 31
Own number (4.4) • 89
Owner's Record 143
P
Password
phone
changing • 91
code • 115
Peak Performance 126
Phone
password • 115
settings (4) • 85
Phone While Driving 127
Phone while driving 127
Phonebook
copying • 35
editing • 35
erasing • 35
options • 35
pasting • 35
searching/dialling • 36
speed-dialling • 38
storing numbers/names •
33
PIN
changing • 90
checking • 90
code • 115
PIN2
changing • 92
code • 116
Power Save Feature 125
Problem solving • 111
PUK • 115
PUK2 • 116
R
Radio Frequency 126
Received calls (2.2) • 75
Reception 125
Redialling
automatically • 93
last number • 26
Reset setting (4.10) • 94
Ring
tone (3.1) • 81
type (3.3) • 81
volume (3.2) • 81
Roaming • 105
S
Safe Use of and Access to Your
Phone 126
Safety
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information • 125
quick guide • 7
Safety Guidelines 127
Schedule • 96
Searching in phonebook • 36
Security (6) • 59
Selecting functions/options • 31
Sending
key tones • 47
messages • 60
Service light • 17, 88
Setting
language (4.5) • 89
Shortcut (4.9) • 94
Silent mode • 31
SIM card
installing • 19
locking • 92
SIM Lock (4.6.5) • 92
SMS
message icon• 59
setup • 63
Soft keys • 31
Solving problems • 111
Sound settings (3) • 81
Special Precautions 130
Speed-dialling • 38
Switching on/off
microphone • 46
T
T9 mode • 42
Tasks, to do list
creating • 99
editing • 100
Templates (2.3) • 62
Text
changing mode • 41
entering • 41
Time
call • 76
format (6.3.4) • 98
setting (6.3.1) • 98
Index
158
world (6.3.3) • 98
To do list (6.2) • 99
Tone
connect • 84
error • 84
keypad • 82
message • 82
ring • 81
U
Unpacking • 9
Upper-case characters
entering • 43
User group • 107
User Guide Proprietary Notice
143
V
Vibration • 81
Voice server • 64
Volume
adjusting • 27
selecting the ring • 81
W
Waiting
call • 104
World time (6.3.3) • 98
Write messages (2.2) • 60
Press the Select soft key.
Scroll with the UP and DOWN
arrow keys through the list
of the options until the
required one is selected.
Press the Select soft key.
4.
5.
2.
3.
Press the Menu soft key.
Scroll with the UP and DOWN
arrow keys through the list
of the menus until you reach
the required menu.
1.
• Each of the two soft keys (
and )
perform the function indicated by the text
above it (bottom line in the display).
Access the
Menu
Functions
View Missed
Calls
Immediately
After Missing
Them
End a Call
Make a Call
Switch On/Off
key.
Open the phone and press
the View soft key.
Scroll with the UP
and DOWN arrow keys
through the missed calls.
To return the call, press the
key.
Briefly press the
key.
Press the
Key in the number.
Press and hold the
key.
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Adjust the
Volume
Answer a
Call
Open the phone
or
Press the
key.
Select the Alert Type menu
(Menu 5.3).
Press the UP or DOWN arrow
key on the left side of the
phone.
Choose
the Alert
Type
Select an option:
• Light Only
• Melody
• Vibration
• Vibra+Melody
Press the Select soft key.
Store
Numbers in
the
Phonebook
Search for a
Number in
the
Phonebook
key to
Key in the number.
Press the Save soft key.
Select an entry type.
Press the Select soft key.
Enter the location.
Enter the name.
Press the OK soft key.
Press the
return to idle mode.
key to dial.
Press the Ph.Book soft key.
Select the Search option.
Enter the start of the name.
To scroll through the names,
press the Up or Down key.
Press the View soft key.
To scroll through the numbers,
press the Up or Down key.
Press the
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