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Portable Cellular Phone
SPH-N100/SPH-N105
Owner’s Manual
World Wide Web
http://www.samsungmobile.com
Printed in Korea
Code No.: GH68-01367A
English. 2000/10. Rev.1.0
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Table of Contents
FCC RF EXPOSURE INFORMATION
In August 1996 the Federal Communications Commission
(FCC) of the United States with its action in Report and
Order FCC 96-326 adopted an updated safety standard for
human exposure to radio frequency electromagnetic energy
emitted by FCC regulated transmitters.Those guidelines are
consistent with the safety standard previously set by both
U.S.and international standards bodies.The design of this
phone complies with the FCC guidelines and these international standards.
Use only the supplied or an approved antenna.Unauthorized
antennas,modifications,or attachments could impair call
quality, damage the phone,or result in violation of FCC regulations.
Do not use the phone with a damaged antenna.If a damaged
antenna comes into contact with the skin,a minor burn may
result.Please contact your local dealer for replacement antenna.
Body-worn Operation
This device was tested for typical body-worn operations
using a spacing of 2.0cm between the phone and the body.
To comply with FCC RF exposure requirements,a minimum
separation distance of 2.0cm must be maintained between
the user’s body and the phone,including the antenna,
whether extended or retracted.The use of third-party beltclips/ holsters with no metallic components that provide the
minimum separation distance of 2.0cm can be used to satisfy
FCC RF exposure requirements.The use of non-tested accessories or other body-worn operations may not comply with
FCC RF exposure requirements and should be a voided.
Contact your local dealer for optional accessory items.
For more information about RF exposure,please visit the
FCC web site at www.fcc.gov
Your Consumer Package
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Getting to know your phone
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Turning your Samsung PCS Phone on and off 14
To turn it on
To turn it off
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Operating Indicators
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Using the battery
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Your phone’s modes
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Basic voice call functions
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Installing the battery
Removing the battery
Charging the battery
Standby mode
Talk mode
Power Save mode
Making a voice call
Redialing calls
Correcting dialing mistakes
Ending a call
Incoming call notification
Answering a call
Adjusting voice volume
Adjusting ring volume
Silencing (or muting) the ringer during an incoming call
To mute the microphone during a call
Where you can use your phone
Setting your phone’s roaming ability
Roaming call guard
Using Caller ID
Call Waiting
Answering a Call Waiting call
Using Three-Way Calling
Using Call Forwarding
Displaying your phone number
Missed calls
Dropped calls
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Failed calls
Key beep volume setting
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The Internal Phone Book
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Advanced voice calling features
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Pause dialing
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Viewing stored entries
Viewing stored entries in one step
Finding stored entries by name
Finding stored entries by location
Storing phone numbers and names
To add a new phone number to an existing entry
Shortcuts to storing phone numbers
Displaying my phone number
Storing phone numbers at the end of a call
Prepend a phone number
Adding a Name Ringer
Audible alerts
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Changing Your Internal Phone Book
Display options
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Setting the language of your phone
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Tone length setting
Automatic hyphenation
Prepend dialing
Four-digit dialing
Storing pauses in an Internal Phone Book entry
Pause dialing from a stored Internal Phone Book entry
Manual pause dialing
Service alert
Minute beep
Backlight control
Personal greeting
Backlight contrast control
Displaying your phone’s software and hardware versions
Ringer options
Ringer type setting for voice calls
Ringer volume setting for voice and fax calls
Ringer type setting for message calls
Ringer volume setting for message calls
Ringer type setting for your alarm
Ringer volume setting for your alarm
Ringer type setting for fax calls
Ringer type setting for roaming calls
Voice-activated dialing
Tips on recording names
Programming the phone for Voice-activated dialing
Voice-activated dialing setup
Placing a call using voice dialing
Reviewing voice dialing entries
Erasing voice dialing entries
Emergency dialing
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Editing Internal Phone Book numbers
Secret Internal Phone Book numbers
Erasing Internal Phone Book entries
Erasing the Internal Phone Book
Set Speed Dial
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Dialing numbers from your Internal Phone Book 65
Shortcuts to Memory Dialing
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Calendar
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Calculator
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Voicemail
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Messaging
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Today
Month View
Jump To Date
To Do List
Count Down
Alarm Clock
World Clock
Setting up your Voicemail box
Reviewing Voicemail messages
One-Touch Access to your Voicemail box
Incoming Messages
Receiving a Message in Standby mode
Receiving a Message while on a call
Reviewing Numeric Pages,Text Messages, and Browser Messages
Message options
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Erasing individual messages
Erasing all Page/Text or Browser Messages
Message ringing
Message memory capacity
Messages and Lock mode
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Your phone’s security features
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Lock mode
Lock code setting
Locking the phone
Dialing in Lock mode
Special numbers
Storing special numbers
Dialing special numbers in Lock mode
Resetting your phone
Erasing Your Internal Phone Book
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Keeping track of your calls
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The Wireless Web Browser
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Reviewing Outgoing,Incoming or Missed Calls
Erasing Call Logs
Reviewing airtime
The MiniBrowser Start and End Prompts
Launching the Wireless Web Browser
To end the Wireless Web Browser Session
Navigating the Wireless Web Browser
The MiniBrowser soft keys
Entering text, numbers or symbols
Using Links
Initiating a phone call while using the Wireless Web Browser
Receiving a phone call while using the Wireless Web Browser
Using Bookmarks
Creating a Bookmark
Finding a Bookmark
Samsung PCS Wireless Data Connection
Getting Started
Attaching the data cable
Installing the software
Placing a call
Reading the Display
During the call
Receiving a call
Receiving a fax call
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Changing your phone back to voice calling
Ending a call
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Menus
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Your Phone’s Main menu
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Usage guidelines:
All about performance and safety
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Main menu
In Use menu
Menu navigation
Keeping tabs on signal strength
Understanding Power Save mode
Understanding how your phone operates
Radio frequency safety
Maintaining your phone’s peak performance
Protecting your battery
Battery disposal and recycling
Using your phone while driving
Following safety guidelines
Turn off your phone before flying
Restricting children’s access to your phone
Using your phone near other electronic devices
Turn off your phone in dangerous areas
Cautions
FCC notice
Liquefied Petroleum Gas
Specifications Subject to Change
FCC Compliance Information
Information To User
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Your Consumer Package
Getting to know your phone
Your consumer package contains the followings:
LED Indicator
Battery
Travel charger
Headset
Connector
Earpiece
Volume /
Scroll Key
Display Screen
Phone
Menu Key
SEND Key
Owner’s
manual
Handstrap
Antenna
Shift Key
OK / Messages /
Navigation Key
CLR Key
End/Power Key
Space Key
Microphone
Accessories
Connector
(hidden in
this view)
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Getting to Know Your Phone (continued)
1. Active Flip Phone: Closing the phone will
always end your call and turn off the backlight.
There are several options you can set to happen
when you open the phone.When opening the
phone you can:
◆ answer an incoming call.To set this option see
“Answering a Call” on page 23.
◆ voice dial someone.To set this option see“Voice
Dialing Activation” on page 50.
◆ control the backlight.To set this option
see“Backlight Control” on page 42.
2. Backlit Display Screen
◆ The screen displays phone’s operating indicators or in-use information such as the call timer,
the name and number of the other party (it
available),Mute, Call waiting,etc.
3. Headset Connector: This is where you connect
the optional headset. The headset includes an earpiece and microphone in a convenient,lightweight unit so you can converse without using
your hands.
4. Microphone: Your typical voice microphone for
conversation, but also accepts your voice commands for Voice-Activating Dialing.You can also
mute the microphone during conversation by simply pressing
or
.
5. Accessories Connector: This is where you connect your charging device. It can also be used to
connect optional accessories (sold separately).
Accessories available for your phone include:
◆ Travel Charger or CLC
◆ Wireless data device.
◆ hands-free car kit.
6. LED Indicator: Flashes to indicate an incoming
call or message. When you have the phone closed
and the ringer set to off, the LED indicator will
notify you that you have an incoming call or message.
◆ The LED also lights up (flashes) for a few seconds when you turn on the phone.
7. Antenna: Makes the call sound clearest when it’s
fully extended.Your antenna is easily replaced by
just screwing in a new one.
◆ What you see in the illustration to the left is really the cover for the headset connector. Gently
pry off the top of the cover to expose the headset connector.
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8. OK / Messages / Navigation Key: This
key performs several useful functions:
◆ From Standby or Conversation mode,
press it briefly to access the Messages
Menu,, or press and hold it to access
the Voice mail.
◆ When entering a phone number, press
it once to save the number to the
Phone Book (then follow a few
prompts).
◆ When navigating a menu ,p ress it to
select the highlighted item.
◆ When the alarm goes off, press it to
silence the alarm.
◆ In Standby or Conversation mode, slide
it up to view your Phone Book (in
numerical order).
◆ In Standby or Conversation mode,slide
it down to view your Phone Book (in
alphabetical order).
◆ In Standby mode, slide it right to
launch the Web Browser.
◆ In Standby mode, slide it left to launch
the Calendar.
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9. Volume/Scroll Key: This key is actually
two keys (one up and one down) that are
used to:
◆ Adjust voice volume during conversation.
◆ Adjust ringer volume in Standby mode.
◆ Mute the ringer during an incoming call.
◆ Scroll through menu options.
◆ Select AM / PM when setting clock,
scheduler event times, and alarms.
10. SEND Key: This key performs several
useful functions.
◆ Press it to answer calls.
◆ Dial a number and press it to connect.
◆ During a conversation,press it to initiate
Three-Way calling.
◆ During a conversation,press it to answer
a Call Waiting call.
◆ Press it once in Standby mode to quickly
access your Call Logs.
◆ Press it twice in Standby mode to redial
the last outgoing number.
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◆ press for special star calling features.
12. # / Space key: This key has two functions:
◆ This is the pound key. It’s used at various times when you dial especially
when using tele-services.
◆ When entering text,press it to create
a space.
13. CLR Key: This key is used to erase
numbers or characters you may have
entered incorrectly, or to return to a previous menu or Web Browser screen.
◆ To erase one character from the display screen,briefly press it once.
◆ To erase all characters, hold it down
for one second.
◆ To back up one menu or Web
Browser leve l ,p ress it once.
◆ To return to Standby mode or your
Web Browser home page ,p ress and
hold it for one second.
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14. END/ Power Key: This key performs
several important functions:
◆ Press to turn on your phone.
◆ Press and hold to turn off your phone.
◆ Press this key to return to Standby
mode when ending a call, ending a
Web Browser session, or from any
menu.
◆ If the phone is already open, and you
receive an incoming call, you can
mute the ringer by pressing once.
15. MENU Key: When in Standby or
Conversation mode, press this key to
access menu items, and continue pressing it to scan menu items.When you
reach the menu item you want,press
.
◆ When dialing numbers, this key is used to
enter a pause (see “Pause Dialing” on page
37).
16. 0 Next Key: This Key is used to display
the next matching word when entering
text in T9 Text Entry Mode.
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Turning your Samsung PCS
Operating Indicators
Phone on and off
Display indicators (or icons) usually appear across the top
of your phone’s display screen. Somtimes they may not be
shown on the screen.
To turn it on
Simply press
and three things happen:
The LED indicator flashes,
the phone beeps and
the start-up graphics begin to play.
The phone will then begin searching for a network signal.
When a signal is found, the
icon appears and your
phone enters Standby mode.The Standby mode screen is
shown below and always contains the following four
things:
Signal strength indicator
.
Battery strength indicator
.
Signal strength: This icon appears when your
phone is on, and shows your current signal
strength.More lines indicate more signal strength.
Four lines indicate maximum strength, and one line
indicates least strength.
Banner (here the banner is
“Samsung PCS”but you can personalize it).
Service indicator: This icon indicates a call is in
progress. If there is trouble with signal strength,
this indicator will have a diagonal line through it.
Time and date.
No service indicator: This icon indicates your
phone cannot find a signal because you’re outside
a service area.When this is displayed,you cannot
make or receive calls.Wait a little while for a signal
or move into an open area.
You can make and receive calls now.
To turn it off
To turn your phone off, press and hold
until the
power off graphics begin to play.The power off sounds will
then play and the display goes blank. Notice that when the
phone is off, nothing is displayed on the screen, and the
backlight is off.
Note: The no service indicator will appear when
you turn on your phone.As soon as service is
found, the indicator disappears.
Note: If your phone is on and
is pressed for less
than one second, the phone will not turn off.This feature
helps keep your phone from being accidentally turned off.
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Using the battery
Roaming: This icon indicates you are “roaming”
off the Network of your service provider.
Message indicator: This icon indicates you have
Voicemail message(s) waiting.Press
to see the
Message menu, or press and hold
to be connected to Voicemail.
Digital mode: This icon indicates that the phone
is in Digital mode. For Data/Fax calls,Web Browser
calls,and voice Dialing, the phone must be in digital mode.
Your Samsung PCS Phone comes packaged with a partially
charged, rechargeable Lithium Ion (LiIon) battery so that
you can use your phone immediately after it is activated.
Installing the battery
To attach the battery to your Samsung PCS Phone:
1. Align the tabs at the bottom
of the battery with the corresponding slots in the
phone.
Vibrating Ringer: This icon indicates that an
incoming call will vibrate the phone rather than
ring it.This feature can be used for quiet situations
where you don’t want your ringer to disturb others
or for loud situations where the ringer cannot be
heard.
Ring Level: This icon indicates the level of ring
volume.The more bars you see, the larger the volume.
Battery strength: This icon is displayed when
your phone is on, and shows the level of your battery charge.The more black bars you see, the
greater the charge.When the battery becomes very
low, an empty box appears and the phone flashes
an alert; this indicates your phone is about to turn
itself off.
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2. Push the battery down until
you hear a click.
Removing the battery
To remove the battery from your Samsung PCS Phone:
1. Turn the phone off.
2. Push up and hold the catch
of the phone and lift the
battery away.
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Charging the Battery
You can easily tell if your battery needs to be recharged
by checking the
indicator in the upper-right corner of your phone’s display. The presence of all three
bars indicates a full charge ,t wo bars indicates a smaller
charge, and one bar indicates an even smaller charge.
No bars (
) means your battery must be charged.
When the battery charge level gets low,the battery sensor blinks an empty battery icon (
), sounds a tone.
If the battery level gets too low, the phone will turn off
automatically. Unfortunately, if this happens you’ll lose
whatever you are doing, including dropping your call.
Watch the battery strength icon and make sure your battery is adequately charged.
Charging with the dual-slot desktop charger
Use only Samsung-approved chargers and adapters with
your Samsung PCS Phone. Use of any unauthorized accessories may be dangerous and will invalidate the phone warranty if the accessories cause damage or a defect to the
phone.
To charge the battery using the dual-slot desktop charger:
1. Plug the power cord of the charger into a wall outlet.
2. Select one of the following three charging configurations:
Insert the entire phone with battery attached into the
front compartment of the charger.
Things to remember about the dual-slot desktop charger
To get the quickest charge for any battery:
1. Turn the phone off.
2. Put the phone, with battery attached, into the front slot.
3. Do not put a battery in the rear slot.
When two batteries are in the charger, the batteries
charge simultaneously, but charging time increases for
both batteries.
Leaving the battery in the charger once it is fully
charged does not harm the battery.
The LEDs on the front of the charger indicate the following:
Red indicates that the battery is charging.
Green indicates that the battery is fully charged.
Yellow indicates that the battery is operating at a
temperature that is too high or too low, or that
something is not plugged in correctly. Check the
charger and battery for proper connections.
Using the dual-slot desktop charger, a completely discharged standard battery recharges fully in approximately
2.5 hours.The extended battery recharges in approximately
3 hours.
Insert a single battery (alone, not attached to the
phone) into the rear compartment of the charger.
Insert a single battery into the rear compartment and a
phone (with battery attached) into the front compartment.
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Your phone’s modes
Basic voice call functions
Standby mode
Standby is the most basic state of your Samsung PCS Phone.
The phone goes into Standby mode soon after you turn it
on, or if your phone is on, whenever you briefly press
.
When your phone is in Standby mode, you will see the banner (the message displayed when you turn on your phone),
the time/date and the active top line icons.While in Standby
mode, you can enter a phone number, press
to dial it,
or press
to save it in the Internal Phone Book.
Note: Your phone makes several kinds of calls (voice, fax
and Wireless Web).This section explains voice calling only.
Making a voice call
To place a voice call:
1. Press
to power on your Samsung PCS Phone. If
you see indicators on the display, this indicates your
phone is on. Note that you will not hear a dial tone.
Press at any time to return to Standby mode, but be careful;
if you’re on a call when you press
, you’ll return to
Standby mode but you’ll also disconnect the call. Press
several times or hold it down to return to Standby mode
without ending a call.
2. Enter the phone number (up to 32 digits) by pressing
the digit keys.The phone number displays from left to
right.
The Main menu is accessed when you are in Standby mode
by pressing
. See “Your Phone’s Main menu” on page
106 for a listing of the Main menu items.
You can also make voice calls:
Talk mode
You can place and answer calls only when your Samsung
PCS Phone is powered on. During a call, the phone is in Talk
mode.While you are in Talk mode, pressing
gives you
a list of options referred to as “In-Use options. See “In Use
menu”on page 105.
3. Press
.The phone places the call to the entered
phone number.
From your Internal Phone Book (see “Shortcuts to
Memory Dialing” on page 65).
From your Call Logs list (see “Reviewing Outgoing,
Incoming or Missed Calls” on page 88).
By using One-,Two- or Three-Touch Dialing (see
“Shortcuts to Memory Dialing” on page 65).
By using Voice Activated Dialing (see “Voice-activated
dialing setup”on page 52).
Power Save mode
Redialing calls
Your Samsung PCS Phone comes with a Power Save feature
that will automatically be activated if your phone is unable
to find a signal after 15 minutes of searching.While this feature is active, the phone’s battery charge is conserved.The
phone will automatically recheck for a signal periodically.A
message on the display will let you know when your phone
is operating in Power Save mode.
To redial the last call you made, press
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twice.
You can also easily redial any of your last ten incoming, outgoing or missed calls by accessing the Call Logs listings
(see “Reviewing Outgoing, Incoming or Missed Calls”on
page 88).
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Correcting dialing mistakes
To correct a misdialed digit:
Press
to erase one digit at a time.
You can erase all the digits at once by pressing
and holding it down for one second.
Name display with Caller ID (if the name is programmed into your Internal Phone Book).
Ending a call
To end a call, close the phone or press
call by pressing
. If you end a
, the call time (length of the call) dis-
plays, along with the name and number of the called party
(if available).Also, if the number is not stored in your
Internal Phone Book, your phone prompts you to save the
number by pressing
Your Samsung PCS Phone provides the following voice call
notification features.
Six ring volume settings including Vibrate,Off and 1Beep.
Nine unique ring types and four melody tones (see
“Ringer type setting for voice calls” on page 45).
. If you do nothing, the phone auto-
matically returns to Standby mode after approximately five
Automatic storage of an incoming call’s information in
the Call Logs (the last 10 calls you answered are stored
in the Incoming Call logs and the last 10 calls you
missed are stored in the Missed Call Logs). See “Missed
calls”on page 32.
Answering a call
There are three ways to answer an incoming call.
Press
if the phone is already open.
seconds.
Open the phone (when the Flip Open option is set in
the Main menu).
Incoming call notification
Press any key except
(when the Any Key
Answer option is selected in the Main menu).
Your Samsung PCS Phone signals an incoming call or message in the following ways:
The backlight illuminates.
The red LED on the top of the handset flashes.
The ringer sounds (unless you have set the ringer to
Vibrate or Off).
Incoming call notification continues until one of the following events occurs:
You answer the call.
You press
or
to silence the ringer
before answering the call.(when the Any Key Answer
option is selected in the Main menu).
Your phone is preset to answer when you press
.You
can easily change how your phone answers by setting the
Call Answer feature as explained here:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
3. Press
for Call Answer.
4. Use the scroll keys to toggle between “Flip Open”,
“AnyKey”, or “SEND key”.
5. Press
to save the setting.
The calling party ends the call.
The call is sent to the Voicemail.
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You can adjust the earpiece volume during a call
using the volume keys on the side of your phone.
Briefly press the appropriate volume key to increase
or decrease the volume.
Adjusting ring volume
From Standby mode you can quickly adjust the volume of
the ringer by pressing the volume keys on the side of the
phone.You can also change the settings for your phone’s
ring volume from the Main menu (see “Ringer options” on
page 45).
Silencing (or muting) the ringer during an
incoming call
When the phone is open and ringing,press
to
silence the ringer.When the phone is closed and
ringing,press the volume keys to quickly silence the
ringer. (When the Any Key Answer option is not
selected in the Main menu.)
You can also set the ringer to remain off. From Standby
mode,press the down volume key until “Ring Volume Off”
is displayed, or use the Main menu (see “Ringer type setting
for voice calls”on page 45).
To mute the microphone during a call
You can mute the microphone during conversation by
selecting the Mute option from the In-Use menu.When
Mute is active,“MUTE”displays.The phone resets this condition to the default (Un)Mute setting at the end of your
call.
To mute the microphone during a call:
1. During a conversation,press
menu.
to display the In-Use
2. Press
(or
) to mute the microphone.You will
hear the other party’s conversation, but they will not
hear your conversation.“MUTE”displays on the screen.
3. To “unmute”the microphone during the same conversation, repeat steps 1 and 2. Selecting the (Un)Mute option
toggles Mute on and off.
Where you can use your phone
Your Samsung PCS Phone can used it to make and receive
calls in many places.
In any city where your service provider provides PCS
service.
On other CDMA networks where your service
provider has implemented roaming agreements.
(SPH-N100 only*) On other conventinal analog cellular
network where your service provider provides analog
service or has implemented roaming agreement.
When you use your phone outside your service provider’s
PCS Network,it’s called roaming.
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Setting your phone’s roaming ability
Roaming call guard
(SPH-N100 only*)
Note: This menu may not be shown depending on your service provider.
Your Samsung PCS Phone allows you to control your ability
to roam.The roaming ability is determined by the “mode”
that you select in the Main menu.
Automatic: The phone will search for your service
provider’s service first. When this service is not available, it will search for an alternate system automatically.
Home Only or No Roaming: This setting allows you to
select only your service provider’s Network to prevent
roaming.
Analog: The phone will acquire analog service,but
will revert to Home Only or Automatic(depending on
your setting) the next time you turn on your phone.
Your phone can be set to display a confirmation message
when a roaming call is about to be placed or received.This
is helpful if you want to avoid roaming charges.To change
your roaming call guard setting:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup/Tool.
2. Press
for Roaming.
3. Press
for Call Guard.
4. Select Yes or No using the scroll keys.
5. When the desired setting displays,press
setting or
to exit without saving.
to save the
To select the service mode:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup/Tool
3. Press
for Roaming.
4. Press
for Set Mode.
5. Press the scroll keys to scan options.
6. When the desired service mode displays,press
save the setting or
to exit without saving.
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This feature tells you who is calling you by displaying the
caller’s number when the phone rings. If a caller’s name
and number are stored in your Internal Phone Book, the
corresponding name is also displayed. If you call someone
who has this feature, your phone number is displayed on
their phone.
To block your phone number from being displayed for a
particular outgoing call, ask your service provider.
Call Waiting
Call Waiting lets you receive a second call during conversation.When a Call Waiting call comes in, the incoming call
alert sounds (this sound is audible to you but not your first
caller),and a text notification displays.
Your Samsung PCS Phone provides the option of turning the
Call Waiting feature on or off. Call Waiting is on by default.If
you choose to have an undisturbed conversation,simply
turn off the feature for the current call.
Answering a Call Waiting call
To answer a Call Waiting call:
1. Press
.The phone connects the calling party and
places the current party on hold.
2. Press
again to switch between the two parties.
Note: If you do not respond to a Call Waiting notification,
the phone logs the call in the Missed Calls Log and then
sends the call to the Voicemail.
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Using Three-Way Calling
Using Call Forwarding
Three-Way Calling lets you talk with two different people
at the same time.When you use this feature, you will be
charged normal airtime rates for each of the two calls you
make.The phone records each called party in the Outgoing
Calls Log.
With Call Forwarding, you can have all of your incoming
calls forwarded to another phone number — even if your
phone is turned off.When Call Forwarding is used, you can
still make calls from your phone.
During a three-way call, if one of the callers hangs up, you
and the remaining caller will stay connected. If you initiated the call and you hang up first, all three parties are disconnected.
There are two methods for making a three-way call; the
SEND key method and by using the In-Use menu.
To use Call Forwarding ask your service provider.
Displaying your phone number
The phone number of your Samsung PCS Phone displays
every time you turn on your phone.You can easily display
your phone number by two methods.
To view your phone number from Standby mode:
To place a three-way call using the SEND key method:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
1. During a conversation,simply press
places the current call on hold.
2. Press
for Phone Book.
3. Press
for My Phone #.
4. Press
to return to the previous screen.
.The phone
2. Next, enter the number for the third party, and press
.
3. When you’re connected to the third party, press
again to begin your three-way call.
To view your phone number while in a conversation:
1. Press
to display the In-Use menu.
To place a three-way call using the In-Use menu:
2. Press
for Phone Book menu.
1. During a conversation,simply press
for Three-Way Calling.
3. Press
for My Phone #.
and
2. Next, enter the number for the third party, and press
.The phone places the current call on hold.
3. When you’re connected to the third party, press
again to begin your three-way call.
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Failed calls
Your phone keeps a list of calls that you do not answer
when the phone is on and service is available.The phone
indicates a missed call by displaying a text notification on
the screen.Additionally, if caller information is available, a
Missed Call Log entry is created, and the screen displays
the phone number of the most recent missed call.
Your phone gives you two very convenient options when
you have missed a call:
Press
Press
Book.
to call the displayed number.
to save the number in the Internal Phone
To view a list of your missed calls, see “Reviewing
Outgoing, Incoming or Missed Calls”on page 88.
Press
to clear the “Missed Call” message from
the display and return to Standby mode.
Dropped calls
A dropped call can occur during a conversation in
response to a signal fade or leaving a service area. In this
case, the call ends and “Signal Faded”displays.
Press
mode.
A failed call can occur if your Samsung PCS Phone is out of
calling range or the network is temporarily busy.Your
phone responds to a failed call by displaying an appropriate text message: “Call not completed out of range”.
Cancel the call attempt and return to Standby mode by
pressing
or
and try the call again later.
Key beep volume setting
The keys on your phone beep when they are pressed.The
volume of the beeps can be easily set to one of three levels. If you don’t want the keys to beep at all, you can turn
them off.
To set the key beep volume:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
3. Press
for Sounds.
4. Press
for Key Beep.
5. Press the scroll keys to view and listen to the key beep
volume options: High,Med,Low or Off.
6. When the desired volume level displays,press
save the setting.
to
to clear the message and return to Standby
If the dropped call was an outgoing call from your phone,
you can redial the number automatically by pressing
twice.
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Advanced voice calling features
Prepend dialing
Tone length setting
The tone length setting enables you to select short or long
DTMF (dual-tone multi-frequency) tones. DTMF tones are
sent by your phone to access teleservices (such as a bank
account or voicemail system).The system used by the bank
or other service determines if you need short or long
DTMF. If the service is digital,short DTMF tones will almost
always work.However, some new systems and almost all
older (analog) systems require you to use long DTMF
tones.
The prepend option lets you add digits such as area codes
and network feature activation codes (for example, to temporarily cancel call waiting) to a phone number that is
stored in your Internal Phone Book or Call Logs.To
prepend existing phone numbers in the Internal Phone
Book:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Internal Phone Book.
Remember you can access the Internal Phone Book by
Name simply by sliding
up/down.
3. Find the number that you want to prepend;
press
to Find Name or press
to Find Entry.
To set tone length:
4. Use the navigation key (
) to scroll to the
number/person you want to prepend and press
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
5. Press
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
6. Press
3. Press
for Sounds.
4. Press
for Tone Length.
7. Enter the prepend digits (area code or feature activation
code) by pressing the digit keys. For feature calls, press
before dialing the feature code.
or
for Prepend.
5. Press the scroll keys to toggle between Short and Long.
8. Press
6. When the desired option displays,press
setting.
To prepend a phone number from your Call Logs:
to save the
Automatic hyphenation
When you dial a number, hyphenation is performed automatically by the phone.This hyphenate numbers as follosw:
to call the prepended number.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Calls.
3. Press:
to prepend a number in the Outgoing Call Log
to prepend a number in the Incoming Call Log
000-000-0000
to prepend a number in the Missed Call Log.
) scroll to the
4. Using the navigation key (
number/person you want to prepend and press
5. Press
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.
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Pause dialing
7. Enter the area code or feature activation code by pressing the digit keys. For feature calls, press
before
dialing the feature code.
8. Press
to call the prepended number.
Four-digit dialing
Your phone provides the option of dialing a number stored
in the Internal Phone Book simply by dialing four digits.
Enter any four consecutive digits of someone’s phone number (for instance, the last four digits),have your phone
remember the rest of the number, and then dial it for you.
To place a call using four-digit dialing:
1. Dial any four consecutive digits of a phone number that
you have stored in your Internal Phone Book.The stored
phone number can be any length up to 32 digits.
2. Press
to display the Digit Dial menu.
3. Press
for 4-Digit Dial.The phone dials the phone
number automatically.
Note: If your Internal Phone Book has more than one
phone number stored that contains the four digits,“Wait”
and all numbers containing the four digits will be displayed.Scroll through the displayed phone numbers to
highlight the desired number, and then press
to be
connected.
When you call automated systems (like banking services),
you are often required to enter a password or account number. Instead of manually entering the numbers each time,
you can store the numbers in your Internal Phone Book, separated by special characters called pauses.
There are two kinds of pauses that can be entered on your
Samsung PCS Phone:
Hard pause - A hard pause stops the dialing sequence
until you press the
button.
Two second pause - A two second pause stops the dialing sequence for two seconds and then automatically
sends the remaining digits.
Your phone has two pause dialing methods: pause dialing
from the Internal Phone Book (see “Pause dialing from a
stored Internal Phone Book entry” on page 37), and manual
pause dialing (see “Manual pause dialing” on page 39).
Note: Multiple two second pauses can be entered to extend
the length of a pause. For example,two consecutive two second pauses cause a total pause time of four seconds.
However, keep in mind that pauses count as digits towards
the 32 digit dialing maximum.
Storing pauses in an Internal Phone Book entry
To store a number in your Internal Phone Book that contains pauses:
1. Enter the phone number you want to store (such as the
bank’s teleservice phone number).
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2. Press
. More options display. Press
to enter the desired pause.
or
Press
to enter a Hard Pause.The letter “p”displays
in the number, meaning that a hard pause will occur at
that point in the dialing sequence. Enter the digits that
need to follow the pause (such as your account number).
Press
to enter a two second pause.The letter “T”
displays in the number, meaning that a “Timed”pause
will occur at that point in the dialing sequence.Enter
the digits that need to follow the pause (such as your
account number).
3. Store the number in your Internal Phone Book as you
normally would by pressing the
key and following
the screen prompts.
Pause dialing from a stored Internal Phone
Book entry
Pause dialing from the Internal Phone Book is easy:
1. If you stored the number using a two second pause(s),
simply dial the number from the Internal Phone Book.
The phone transmits the number that follows the “T”
pause two seconds after connection.“SENDING DTMF”
flashes on the screen (the transmitted tones are audible).
2. If you stored the number using a hard pause(s), simply
dial the number from the Internal Phone Book and wait
for the appropriate prompt from the number you are calling (credit card number, bank account number, etc.).
When prompted,press to send the DTMF number that
follows your hard pause.“SENDING DTMF” flashes on the
screen (the transmitted tones are audible).
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Manual pause dialing
To perform manual pause dialing without first storing the
number in the Internal Phone Book, enter pauses manually
using the Digit Entry menu during the dialing process.
To manually dial a number using a pause(s):
1. Enter the phone number of the service you want to call
(such as a bank’s teleservice phone number). For example, your bank’s teleservice phone number might be an
800 number.
2. Press
to display digit dialing options.
3. Press the associated digit key to select an option:
Press
for a Hard Pause.The screen displays a “p”
indicating a hard pause. Enter the number to be sent
after the pause by pressing the digit keys, and then
press
. After connecting, press
again to
transmit the additional number.
Press
for a two Second Pause.The screen displays a “T” indicating a timed pause.The screen
prompts for the number to be sent after the pause.
Enter the number to be sent after the pause by pressing the digit keys, and then press
. The phone
transmits the number that follows the pause two seconds after connection.
Note: Storing numbers is recommended if you plan to dial
the number in the future.
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Minute beep
Your phone will beep at you from time to time to let you
know that certain things have happened.You can easily
turn these beeps off or on. Following is a description and a
simple procedure to turn them on or off.
You can set the minute beep option to sound an alert 10
seconds before each elapsed minute to remind you of the
length of the current call.
Service alert
1. Press
to display the Main menu in Standby mode
before placing the call.
A service alert is two short beeps that sound when:
The phone experiences a dropped call or a failed call.
The phone enters or leaves a service area.
To set the service alerts on or off:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
3. Press
for Sounds.
4. Press
for Alert.
5. Press
for Service.
To turn minute beep on or off:
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
3. Press
for Sounds.
4. Press
for Alert.
5. Press
for Minute Beep.
6. Press the scroll keys to toggle between On / Off.
7. When the desired option displays,press
setting.
to save the
6. Press the scroll keys to toggle between On / Off.
7. When the desired option displays,press
setting.
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Display options
Personal greeting
Your Samsung PCS Phone has several easy-to-use display
options.These allow you to:
Control when and how long your backlight is on.
Define a personal greeting of up to 12 characters.
Control the brightness (or contrast) of the backlight.
Set the language (English or Spanish) used on your
screen and spoken for voice dialing prompts.
View the hardware and software versions of your
phone.
Backlight control
You have several options for setting how the backlight
operates.When the phone is closed, the backlight remains
off, thus conserving battery power.When the phone is
open, the length of time that the backlight remains on can
be set as explained below. Remember that backlight use
drains your battery faster.To select backlight options:
Your phone comes with a greeting that reads “SAMSUNG
PCS”.This greeting displays in Standby mode.You can personalize this greeting with anything you want up to 12
characters.Here’s how to do it:
To modify your personal greeting:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
3. Press
for Display.
4. Press
for Greeting.Your current greeting displays.
5. Enter a new personal greeting by pressing the alphanumeric keys on the keypad.When entering your greeting,
the phone defaults to alpha text (lower case) input
mode.Press the
key for more text entry options.
6. Press
to save your personal greeting.
Backlight contrast control
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
The brightness (or contrast) of your backlight can be easily
changed.To change the setting or view the current setting:
3. Press
for Display.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
4. Press
for Backlight.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
3. Press
for Display.
4. Press
for Contrast.
5. Press the scroll keys to scan menu options: Flip Open,8,
15, 30 Seconds (after last keypress),or Off.
6. When the desired option displays,press
setting.
to save the
Note: The Backlight options work the same as described
above when the phone is attached to the optional handsfree car kit.
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5. Press the scroll keys to scan menu options:Highest,
High,Med,Low and Lowest.
6. When the desired option displays,press
setting.
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Ringer options
Setting the language of your phone
Your Samsung PCS Phone can display all menus and messages in either Spanish or English; all verbal prompts will
also be spoken by the phone in the selected language.It’s
quick, easy and very convenient for bilingual families or
friends.Here’s how to do it:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
3. Press
for Language.
4. Press the scroll keys to select English or Spanish.
5. When the desired option displays,press
to save the
setting.The change is immediate and affects all menus
and screens.
Displaying your phone’s software and hardware versions
You can view the software and hardware versions of your
phone.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
3. Press
for Display.
4. Press
for Version.Information about your phone’s
hardware and software displays.
5. Press
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to return to the previous screen.
Your Samsung PCS Phone provides a variety of ringer
options in the Sounds menu.These options allow you to
customize your ringer type and ringer volume settings so
that you can easily recognize when a certain type of call is
coming in.
Ringer type setting for voice calls
This option enables you to set a unique ringer type for
incoming voice calls.Also, incoming voice calls which have
Caller ID can be distinguished from those that do not by
selecting different tones.
To set the ringer type for voice calls:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
3. Press
for Sounds.
4. Press
for Ringer Type.
5. Press
for Voice Calls.
6. Press
to set the ringer type for calls that have
Caller ID info or
for calls without Caller ID info.
7. Press the scroll keys to scan nine ringer types and four
melody tones. Each tone sounds as you scroll the
options.
8. When the desired ringer type sounds, press
the setting.
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Ringer volume setting for voice and fax calls
Ringer type setting for message calls
There are two ways to set the ringer volume for voice and
fax calls:
From Standby mode, press the volume keys until the
desired volume is reached.The options are High, Med,
Low,Vibrate, 1-Beep or Off.
In the Main menu:
This option enables you to set a unique ringer type for
incoming message calls.This means you can have distinct
ringer types for Voicemail notifications,Text messages,
numeric pages and Wireless Web messages.(Wireless Web
message notification may not be available at time of printing.)
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
3. Press
for Sounds.
3. Press
for Sounds.
4. Press
for Ringer Type.
5. Press
for Messages.
6. Press the scroll keys to High, Med,Low, 1-Beep,Vibrate
or Off.
6. Press
for Voicemail,
7. When the desired ringer volume setting displays,press
to save the setting.
7. Press the scroll keys to scan nine ring types and four
melody tones. Each tone sounds as you scan the options.
4. Press
for Ringer Volume.
5. Press
for Calls.
To set the ringer type for voice calls:
or
for Page,
for Text
for BrowserMsg.
8. When the desired ring type sounds, press
the setting.
to save
Ringer volume setting for message calls
This feature enables you to select a unique ringer volume
for incoming message calls.This volume setting applies to
incoming Voicemail notifications,text messages and numeric pages.
To set the ringer volume for message calls:
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1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
3. Press
for Sounds.
4. Press
for Ringer Volume.
5. Press
for Messages.
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6. Press the scroll keys to High, Med,Low, 1-Beep,Vibrate
or Off.
7. When the desired volume setting displays,press
save the setting.
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Ringer type setting for fax calls
This option enables you to set a unique ringer type for fax
calls.
To set the ringer type for fax calls:
Ringer type setting for your alarm
This option enables you to set a unique ringer type for
your alarm.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
To set the ringer type for the alarm:
3. Press
for Sounds.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
4. Press
for Ringer Type.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
5. Press
for Data/Fax In.
3. Press
for Sounds.
4. Press
for Ringer Type.
6. Press the scroll keys to scan nine ring types and four
melody tones. Each tone sounds as you scan the options.
5. Press
for Alarm.
6. Press the scroll keys to scan nine ring types and four
melody tones. Each tone sounds as you scan the options.
7. When the desired ring type sounds, press
the setting.
to save
7. When the desired ringer type sounds, press
the setting.
to save
Ringer type setting for roaming calls
This option enables you to select a distinctive ringer type
for incoming roaming calls (this feature is on by default).
Ringer volume setting for your alarm
To set a distinctive ringer for incoming roaming calls:
This feature enables you to select a unique ringer volume
for your alarm.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
To set the ringer volume for your alarm:
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
3. Press
for Sounds.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
4. Press
for Roam Ringer.
5. Press the scroll keys to choose Distinctive or Normal.
3. Press
for Sounds.
4. Press
for Ringer Volume.
5. Press
for Alarm.
6. When the desired ringer type display s ,p ress
the setting.
to save
6. Press the scroll keys to select High, Med,Low or Off.
7. When the desired volume setting displays,press
save the setting.
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Voice-activated dialing
Programming the phone for Voice-activated
dialing
Your Samsung PCS Phone features Voice-activated dialing.
When on the Digital PCS Network, you can call up to 20
stored entries by speaking the name into the microphone.
Using the voice-activated dialing option requires that you
first program the phone to recognize the name of the person you are calling.
Programming your Samsung PCS Phone for Voice-activated
dialing is easy.The phone provides voice prompts and
screen displays to guide you through the recording
process.To program the phone for voice-activated dialing:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
Note: Voice-activated dialing does not work when your
phone is in analog mode.
2. Press
for Voice Dial.
Tips on recording names
Avoid recording similar names phonetically. If you record a
similar name to one that is already stored in a voice-dial
memory, the phone requests another name.
Avoid recording in a noisy place.
Speak clearly and naturally.
The person who will use the phone should record the
name.The phone does not recognize anyone else’s
voice.
Avoid very long or very short names. Names with two
to five syllables are recommended.
If a voice dial entry does not properly connect, you
may need to record the name and number again.
3. Press
for Record.The phone will prompt you to
say the name you want to program.
4. Wait for the beep and then say the name. For best
results, use names with at least two syllables, or use both
a first and last name.The phone stores the name as a
“first”sample, and then prompts you to say the name
again.
5. Respond to the prompt by repeating the name after the
beep exactly as you did the first time.The phone stores
the name as a second sample and then requests the
phone number.
6. Enter the phone number on the key pad.
7. To store the phone number, press
The number you
entered displays, along with the notification “Recorded”.
If the number you entered matches a name/number
already stored in your Internal Phone Book, then the
name also displays.
8. The screen then returns to the Voice Dial menu.
Note: For Voice-activated dialing in Hands-Free mode, refer
to the optional hands-free car kit manual.
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Voice-activated dialing setup
Placing a call using voice dialing
Voice-activated dialing is always on once you have programmed the phone to accept voice dialing entries.To
place voice-activated dialing calls, press and hold .Then say
the name into the phone after you hear the voice prompt
and the beep.
To place a call using voice dialing:
You can also initiate a voice dialing call by simply opening
the phone, when this option is selected through the Main
menu.
To change voice dialing setup options:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Voice dial.
3. Press
for Set Active.
4. Press the scroll keys to toggle between options:
SEND Only:Enables voice dialing by pressing and holding
.
SEND / Flip: Enables voice dialing by pressing and
holding
(when the phone is open), or by simply
opening the phone.
5. When the desired option displays,press
setting.
to save the
1. Press and hold
Main menu).
or open the phone (if set in the
2. At the voice prompt,say the name into the phone.
The phone places the call if it recognizes the name.
If the phone does not recognize the name, it prompts
for the name again.
If the phone is unable to recognize the name after two
attempts, it says “The name cannot be recognized.” and
the following message displays:“Cannot recognize
name. Please check name.”.The phone returns to
Standby mode automatically, and you can try the call
again later.
Reviewing voice dialing entries
To review voice dialing entries:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Voice Dial.
3. Press
for Review.A list of your stored voice dial
numbers display (the names also display if stored in the
Internal Phone Book).
4. Press the digit key to select the desired entry or scroll to
the desired entry and press
. The recorded name
plays audibly.You can quickly scroll entries without having to listen to each one, or you can listen to them all as
they play in order.
5. Press
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Emergency dialing
Erasing voice dialing entries
To erase an individual voice dialing entry:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Voice Dial.
3. Press
for Review.A list of entries displays.
You can place calls to emergency numbers,even if your
phone is locked (see “Lock mode”on page 83).
4. Press the digit key to select the desired entry, or scroll to
the desired entry and press
. The recorded name
plays audibly and you are prompted with “OK:Erase”.
5. Press
to erase that entry. If this is not the entry you
wanted to erase, you can quickly scroll to another entry.
To erase all Voice Dialing entries:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Voice Dial.
3. Press
for Erase All.You are given a confirmation
screen and a confirmation voice prompt.
4. Press
to erase all voice dialing entries or
return to the previous screen.
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The Internal Phone Book
Finding stored entries by name
Your Samsung PCS Phone lets you store up to 249 numbers
and names in the Internal Phone Book.Each entry can have
up to 6 associated phone numbers.Each entry can contain
up to 32 digits including hard pauses, with an associated
name of up to 12 characters. Name entry is optional. Stored
phone numbers can be categorized as one of six categories Home,Work,Mobile, Pager, Fax and No-label.You can even
specify the memory location of your choice for each entry.
Memory locations can be marked “Secret”preventing the
unauthorized from seeing the telephone number.
One-touch,two-touch, and three-touch dialing from your
Internal Phone Book makes it easy to call a phone number
stored in your Phone Book. See “Shortcuts to Memory
Dialing” on page 65.
Viewing stored entries
You can locate and view your Internal Phone Book entries
three different ways:
Viewing stored entries in one step
The
key allows you to view your entire Internal Phone
Book in alphabetical order of the names (a-z).
1. Slide the
key up to access the Internal Phone Book
by location order. Slide the
key down to access the
Internal Phone Book alphabetically. You may enter a letter to quickly access a particular entry.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Phone Book.
3. Press
for Find Name.
Stored names display in an alphabetical list.
4. Using the alphanumeric keys enter the first character of
the name that you want to find in your phone book.The
phone searches for and displays the first Internal Phone
Book entry beginning with the character you entered.
You can enter the second character of the name and
your phone will display name entries beginning with
the two characters you entered.You can also scroll
through Phone Book entries using the navigation keys.
5. When you find your desired entry, make sure it is highlighted, and then press
to place a call, or
to
edit the entry.
Finding stored entries by location
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Phone Book.
3. Press
for Find Entry.
4. Press the corresponding digit keys to enter and display
your desired location or use the navigation keys to
locate an entry, make sure it is highlighted and then
press
to display the selected entry.
2. Slide
to navigate through your stored entries.
You can place a call by finding the name that you want
to call using this One Step Internal Phone Book access
and pressing the
key.
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Storing phone numbers and names
To store phone numbers and names:
To add a new phone number to an existing
entry
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
To store phone numbers and names:
2. Press
for Phone Book.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
3. Press
for Add New Entry.
2. Press
for Phone Book.
3. Press
for Add New Entry.
4. The screen prompts for the phone number. (You can
enter up to 32 digits.) Press the digit keys to enter the
phone number.The number displays from left to right.
5. Press
press
to enter a hard or two second pause or
5. Press
for the next prompt.
press
6. Select a Label for your new entry, your choices are:
Press
Home
Press
Work
Press
Mobile
Press
Pager
Press
Fax
Press
No Label
7. Press
to select <Add New Name> and create a new
Internal Phone Book entry.You will add name the new
entry later.
.
9. To accept the displayed location,press
or to select
another location press the navigation keys to scroll to
the desired location and press
.
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to enter a hard or two second pause or
for the next prompt.
6. Select a Label for your new entry, your choices are:
Press
Home
The phone prompts for a name.
8. Enter the name at the screen prompt and press
(The text entry mode default is Alpha).
4. The screen prompts for the phone number. (You can
enter up to 32 digits.) Press the digit keys to enter the
phone number.The number displays from left to right.
Press
Work
Press
Mobile
Press
Pager
Press
Fax
Press
No Label
7. At the Name? prompt, use the navigation keys to scroll
to the Internal Phone Book entry that you are adding a
number to. Press
to store the new phone number.
Note: If the desired memory location already contains an
entry, the phone displays a message asking if you want to
replace the current entry. To replace the entry,press
.
To return to the previous screen and select another location,press
.You can only use each label one time for
each stored name (for example, you can only have one
number labeled Work for a name entry).
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Shortcuts to storing phone numbers
Prepend a phone number
You can store a phone number quickly by entering the
number, and then pressing
.Then follow the prompts to
designate the label,name and entry.You can quickly save a
number after an incoming or outgoing call. See below for
“Storing phone numbers at the end of a call.”
Your Samsung PCS Phone includes a Prepend feature (to
temporarily disable call waiting, for example).This feature
lets you add a temporary prefix to telephone numbers
stored in the Internal Phone Book.
Displaying my phone number
To display the phone number of your Samsung PCS Phone:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Phone Book.
3. Press
for My Phone#.
4. Press
to return to previous screen.
Storing phone numbers at the end of a call
To store a phone number after ending a call:
To Prepend a stored phone number:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Phone Book.
3. Find the number you want to Prepend using one of the
search methods described under “Viewing stored entries”
on page 56 and then press
.
4. Press
to display options.
5. Press
to Prepend the number.
6. The screen displays “Prepending”. Use the digit keys to
enter the calling prefix and then press
to place
the call.
Note: If the call was incoming, and Caller ID information
was not available, then the store option will not be available.
1. Once you have pressed
to end your call, the
screen displays the call time (length of call), phone number of the party (if available), and the “OK:Save”option.
2. To store the phone number, press
.The procedure at
this point is the same as “To store phone numbers and
names:” on page 58.
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You can associate one of 13 different ringers (four
melodies and nine tones) to numbers stored in your
Internal Phone Book.When you receive an incoming call
from a number matching an entry in your Internal Phone
Book your phone will sound the associated ringer to
announce the call.
Note: If the Caller ID information was not available for an
incoming call then the Name Ringer option will not be
available.
To add a Name Ringer to an Internal Phone Book entry:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Phone Book.
3. Find the number you want to add a Name Ringer to
using one of the search methods described under
“Viewing stored entries”on page 56, and then press
4. Press
to display options.
5. Press
to add a Name Ringer.
6. Your phone displays the current ringer setting. Use the
scroll key to listen to available ringers and melodies.
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Changing Your Internal Phone
Book
Editing Internal Phone Book numbers
Once you have stored a number in the Internal Phone Book
you can easily change it.To change an Internal Phone Book
entry:
1. From Standby mode, find the Internal Phone Book entry
that you want to change by sliding the
key down
and then scrolling to the name.
2. Press the
3. Press the
key to display the name and number.
key for options.
4. Press
for Edit.Your edit options display. If the number has been designated as Secret you are prompted to
enter the Lock Code.
Press
to change the number.
Press
to change the name.
Press
to move the number to a different location.
Press
to make the number secret.
Press
to Set Speed Dial number.
Secret Internal Phone Book numbers
Your Samsung PCS Phone allows you to hide a confidential
number so that only a person with your phone’s lock code
can view the number and name.To make a number secret,
see the previous paragraph.When you have made the number secret, the phone will not allow anyone to view information on the number unless they enter your four-digit lock
code.
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Dialing numbers from
Erasing Internal Phone Book entries
To erase an entry in the Internal Phone Book:
1. From Standby mode, find the Internal Phone Book entry
that you want to change by sliding the
key up and
then scrolling to the name.
2. Press the
key to display the name and number.
3. Press the
4. Press
5. Press
key for options.
for Erase.
to erase.Your phone will prompt you for confirma-
tion.Press
to confirm and erase the Internal Phone Book
entry, or press
to cancel the erase and return to the
Internal Phone Book options menu.
your Internal Phone Book
Dialing numbers from your Internal Phone Book is quick
and easy.There are five methods explained below.
Shortcuts to Memory Dialing
Scroll to the number: From Standby mode, slide the
key up or down to enter your
Internal Phone Book list. Scroll until
you find the desired person or number, and then press the
key.
One-Touch Dialing:
Press and hold the associated digit
key for the location (applies to memory locations 1 through 9).
Two-Touch Dialing:
Press and release the first associated
digit key, and then press and hold
the second digit key (applies to
memory locations 10 through 99).
The “Erased”notification displays along with the name, number, and location of the erased entry.
Erasing the Internal Phone Book
See “Erasing Your Internal Phone Book”on page 87.
Set Speed Dial
For each name entered in the Internal Phone Book, one of
the programmed numbers should be designated as the speed
dial number.
1. From Standby mode, find the number that you want to
change by sliding the
key down and then scrolling to
the name.
Three-Touch Dialing: Press and release the first associated
digit key, then press and release the
second digit key, then press and hold
the third digit key (applies to memory locations 100 through 249).
4. Press
for Edit.
Four Digit Dialing *: From the Standby mode, enter four
consecutive digits of a stored number (for example, the last four digits
of a number) and press
.
5. Press
for Set Speed Dial.
Speed Dialing:
2. Press the
3. Press the
key to display the name and number.
key for options.
6. Press
to Set Speed Dial.The message “Speed Dial
Saved”displays.To cancel press
to return to the previous menu.
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From Standby mode, enter the number of the memory location,and
press
.
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Your Samsung PCS Phone features a Calendar to help you
keep track of important dates and events,create To Do
Lists, set a Count Down alarm, check the time in another
part of the world and perform numerical calculations.
To access your Calendar press
,
, or slide
to
the left. Press the associated digit key to access one of the
Calendar options or navigate to the option you want and
press
to access that option. Calendar has the following
options:
1:Today
2: Month View
3: Jump To Date
4:To Do List
5:Countdown
6:Alarm Clock
7:World Clock
4. Enter your event information, you can enter up to 32
characters. For more information on Text and Symbol
Entry refer to “Entering text, numbers or symbols”on
page 96.
5. Press
to accept your entry.
6. Enter the Start Time and Date, and press
7. Enter the End Time and Date, and press
.
.
8. Select an alarm to notify you of your event.Your Alarm
options are: 10 minutes Before, 30 minutes Before, 1
hour Before, No Alarm and On Time.
To view an event:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Calendar.
3. Press
for Today.
4. Use the navigation key( ) to display all of an events
information. If you have more than one event use the
navigation key( ) to display more events.
Today
To Add, Edit or Erase Events:
You can schedule up to nine events for the current day
indicating each event’s start and end time.You can even
have your phone’s Calendar alert you before an event is to
start.Events scheduled for future dates automatically
appear on your Today events schedule on that day. For one
key access to Today events slide
to the left.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Calendar.
3. Press
for Today. If you have more than one event
scheduled slide
up or down to display all events
one at a time.
Here’s how to enter an event:
4. To add a New Event for Today press
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Calendar.
5. To Edit an Event,navigate to the Event to be edited and
press
.
3. Press
for Today.
6. To Erase an Event,navigate to the Event you want to
erase and press
.
7. Press
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to Exit the Options menu.
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Month View allows you to view in calendar format the current month, or a past or future month. In Month View, the
current date is highlighted on the calendar. Days with
scheduled events are underlined.When in Month View, the
scroll keys work like this:
To move up or down the Calendar by one week,slide
up or down.
To move right or left one day, slide
If more than one event is scheduled for Today, use the
navigation key( ) to view all events for the day you
selected.
5. Press
or
to return to the Calendar.
6. Press
to display the Options menu. Choose what
you want to do: New Event, Edit Event,Erase Event and
Exit.All of these options work as described above.
Jump To Date
left or right.
Access Month View as follows:
Jump To Date allows you to specify the calendar date you
want to view. Once at your desired date you can enter, edit
and erase events in your calendar.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
Using Jump To Date:
2. Press
for Calendar.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Calendar.
3. Press
for Jump To Date.
To display the next or previous month press
.
3. Press
for Month View.
Remember, the current date is highlighted.
Use the navigation key(
day.
) to select the month and
To view a scheduled event, to add a new event or to edit or
erase an event on your Calendar:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Calendar.
4. Enter the date using the digit keys.
5. Press
to display the Calendar and jump to the date
you selected.
To add, edit or erase events refer to “Month View”on page
68.
3. Press
for View Month.
The current date is highlighted.
Use the navigation key(
) to select the month and day.
4. Press
to display events for the selected day. If no
events are scheduled for your selected day (the date is
not underlined) your phone will automatically go to the
New Event function.
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To Do List
Count Down
Your To Do list can help you keep track of and prioritize
the things you need to do.You can enter and prioritize up
to 20 items on your To Do List.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
Have you ever wanted to know how much time it takes you
to do something, or how many minutes,hours,days and
months until a special event? The Count Down option can
help you answer these questions.You can create up to 5
Count Down timers using the Count Down feature in
Calendar.
2. Press
for Calendar.
To enter a Count Down:
3. Press
for Add To Do.
Here’s how to create a To Do List:
4. Enter the item you need to do.To input text and characters refer to “Entering text, numbers or symbols” on page
96.
5. Press
.
6. Enter the time and date and press
.
7. Using the navigation key( ), set the priority for a To
Do List item.Your choices are High and Low.
8. Press
to save your prioritized To Do List item.
To view, edit, add or erase To Do List items
1. Press
for the Main menu.
2. Press
for Calendar.
3. Press
for To Do List.
4. Using the navigation key(
) find the To Do List item
you want to change and press
.
5. Press the digit key corresponding to the action that you
want.Your choices are New Item, Edit Item, Erase Item
and Exit.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Calendar.
3. Press
for Countdown.
4. Press
to display options.
5. Press
to enter a New Item.
6. Enter the name of your new Count Down.To input text
and characters refer to “Entering text, numbers or symbols” on page 96. Press
when complete.
7. Enter the date and time that you want to Count Down
from or Count Down to. For example, if today’s date is
February 14, 2000 and you want to know how many
months,days and hours are left before 7:00PM February
24, 2000 enter the time 07:00PM and the date
02/24/2000.
Press the volume keys to toggle between AM and PM
or press
for AM or
for PM.
Count Downs can be entered for dates between the
years 1980 and 2099.
8. Press
to save your new Countdown item.
6. Continue to add a new item,edit an existing item or
erase an existing item by following the prompts.
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To view and add, edit or erase a Count Down:
Alarm Clock
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Calendar.
Your Samsung PCS Phone has an alarm clock inside of it
with three separate alarms.Each alarm can be set to go off
one time or to go off daily at a time that you have programmed. Once you set an alarm, it is easy to change it’s
time or to turn it off.
3. Press
for Countdown.
Count Down timers display in order of least amount of
time passed since the Count Down was started,and
least amount of time remaining until the specified
date.
To set the Alarm:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Calendar.
3. Press
for Alarm Clock.
4. Select the alarm you want to set by pressing
, or
.
,
5. Choose ““Daily” or “No Repeat”for the alarm.
6. Enter the date and time for the alarm. Use the volume
key on the side of the phone to select AM or PM or
press
for AM or
for PM. Note that no date
setting is available for a Daily alarm.
7. Press
to save the alarm setting.Your phone returns
to the Alarm menu showing the date and time of each
alarm that is set.
To edit or erase a programmed Alarm:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Calendar.
3. Press
for Alarm Clock.
4. Select the alarm you want to set by pressing
, or
.
,
5. In the Options screen,press
for Edit or
for
Erase. If you chose Erase, the alarm is immediately erased
and you are returned to the Alarm menu.You can also
choose
(Exit) if you change your mind.
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6. If you chose Edit, then choose ““Daily” or “No Repeat” for
the alarm, and enter the new date and time for the
alarm. Use the volume keys on the side of the phone to
select AM or PM or press
for AM or
for PM.
7. Press
to save the new alarm setting.Your phone
returns to the Alarm menu showing the date and time of
each alarm that is set.
World Clock
Have you ever wanted to call a friend in another part of the
world but wondered what time of the day it is there? To
know what time it is before you call, use the World Clock
function of the Calendar.World Clock will tell you what time
it is in twenty-four different time zones around the world
along with one or more major cities,states, regions or countries in a time zone.
Checking the current time in another city or
country:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Calendar.
3. Press
for World Clock.
4. Use the navigation keys to find the current time in one of
the following 24 time zones (time zones are identified by
one or more cities, states, regions or countries in a time
zone):
• San Francisco
• Chicago,Mexico
• Caracas
• Mid Atlantic
• London, Madrid
• Athens,Helsinki
• Abu Dabi
• Alma-ata
• Hong Kong,Beijing
• Guam, Sydney
• Wellington
• Honolulu, Hawaii
• Denver,Arizona
• New York, D.C.
• Buenos Aires
• Cape Verde
• Paris,Berlin
• Moscow
• Tashkent
• Bangkok, Jakarta
• Seoul,Tokyo
• Okhotsk
• Samoa, Midway
• Alaska
5. Press
to return to Calendar or
Standby mode.
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Voicemail
You can perform calculations including addition, subtraction, multiplication and division on your phone.
Setting up your Voicemail box
To perform a calculation:
Setting up your Voicemail box provides access to voicemail
messages.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
To set up your Voicemail box ask your service provider.
2. Press
for Calculator.
3. Press digit keys to enter the first number in your calculation.Numbers can be up to 9 digits long.
Press
to enter a decimal point.
Press
tive (-).
to change the sign of a number to a nega-
4. Slide
anywhere to set the operator for your calculation.Your choices are:
[+] addition
[-] subtraction
[x] multiplication
[/] division
5. Press digit keys to enter the second number of your calculation.
6. Press
to perform the calculation and see the result,or:
Reviewing Voicemail messages
To review voicemail messages from Standby mode, use
One-Touch Access (see below) or:
1. Press
2. Press
New”.
to display the Messages menu.
for Voicemail.The screen displays “Voicemail
3. Press:
to listen to voicemail messages.
to reset the display icon for voicemail.
One-Touch Access to your Voicemail box
Your phone allows you to have One-Touch Access to your
voicemail box.This is done from Standby mode by pressing
and holding
.
7. You can continue to perform calculations with the same
operator or change the operator and continue your calculations.Every time that you change the operator, the
previous calculation is performed and the result is displayed as the top number in the display.
8. Press
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Your Samsung PCS Phone receives four kinds of messages:
voicemail,text, numeric pages and Browser messages.
(Wireless Web message notification may not be available
depending on your service provider.)
Incoming Messages
Your phone receives incoming messages in both Standby
and Talk modes.When you are on a call and receive a message, your phone automatically mutes the ringer and provides the call waiting tone (this is to avoid ringing in your
ear while you are trying to talk).
Receiving a Message in Standby mode
When your phone receives a message in Standby mode, the
ringer sounds (unless turned off), and the screen displays
(“New Voicemail”,“New Text”,“New Page” or “New
BrowserMsg”).The message indicator (
) displays and
remains on the screen until you listen to the new voicemail
message, or read the new Wireless Web message ,t ext message or numeric page.
Receiving a Message while on a call
If you receive a new text message or numeric page while
on a voice call, the Call Waiting tone sounds and a message
header displays.You can easily review the new message
while on the call by just pressing
. Your call will not be
disconnected, and you can ask the other party to wait
while you review the message. If you are using the optional
hands-free headset, then you can read the message while
continuing your conversation.
Reviewing Numeric Pages, Text Messages, and
Browser Messages
When the message arrives, you can immediately review it
by pressing
pressing
reviewing the sender’s name, phone number, time / date
stamp and the message.
Note: Browser message notification may not be available at
time of printing.
To review a stored (or old) numeric page, or text message
from Standby mode:
1. Press
to display the Messages menu.The number of
new (unread) messages displays next to the associated
message type in the menu.
2. Press
for Page/Text or
for Browser Msg.A
list of messages displays.An exclamation point ( ! )next
to an entry indicates an urgent message.A check mark
( √ ) next to an entry indicates that you have read the
message.
3. Use the scroll keys to scroll the list of messages.
4. When the message displays,press
to review the
message.While reviewing the message the scroll keys
operate like this:
Slide
up/down to scroll up/down to the next message.
Slide
left/right to page up/down in the current
message.
Note: While reviewing a message, you can press
more options. See “Message options” on page 80.
5. Press
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, or store the message for later review by
. The Messages menu provides options for
for
to return to the previous screen.
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Erasing individual messages
The Messages menu provides a number of options while
you are reviewing text messages.You can return a call to
the phone number in the message ,s ave or erase the message,scroll to the next or previous message, or extract a
phone number that is included in the message.
1. While reviewing a message ,p ress
Press
for options:
for Talk (to call the phone number).
Press
to Save the number (if there is no Internal
Phone Book match).
Press
to Erase the message.
Press
to review the Next message.
Press
to review the Previous message.
Press
to extract a phone number that was
included by the sender of the message. If more than
one number was included by the sender then a list of
the numbers is presented to you, and you can extract
the one you want.
2. Press
to return to the previous screen.
Note: If the message you are reviewing contains a phone
number that is already stored in the Internal Phone Book:
the Save option does not display, and the available
menu options will be: (1) Talk, (2) Erase, (3) Next Msg,
(4) Previous Msg.
the message sender’s name appears as stored in the
Internal Phone Book.
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You can erase an individual text message or numeric page
after reviewing it.
To erase a text or numeric page:
1. Press
2. Press
to display the Messages menu.
for Page/Text,
for Browser Msg.
3. Use the navigation keys to scroll to the message you
want to erase.
4. When the message is highlighted, press
header and body will display.
5. Press
. The message
for more options.
6. Press
to erase the message or
the Messages menu.
to return to
Erasing all Page/Text or Browser Messages
You can erase all text/numeric page messages or all Browser
messages.
To erase all Page/Text messages or all Browser messages:
1. Press
to display the Messages menu.
2. Press
for Erase.
3. Press
for Page/Text or
4. A confirmation displays.Press
or
for BrowserMsg.
to erase all messages
to return to the previous screen.
Message ringing
Your Samsung PCS Phone allows you to set a unique ring
type for each type of incoming message: voicemail,Browser,
text or numeric page (see “Ringer type setting for message
calls” on page 47).
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Your phone’s security features
Message memory capacity
Your Samsung PCS Phone can store up to 100 messages,
depending on the length of the messages.When message
memory reaches 75% capacity, the screen displays “Memory
is 75% full. Erase old messages.”At 100% capacity, the screen
displays a text notification and rejects additional incoming
messages until you erase the stored messages.
Messages and Lock mode
Incoming messages are received even when your phone is
in Lock mode. However, the screen will display the time
and date of the message but you cannot access the message.To access the message,unlock the phone to proceed.
Your Samsung PCS Phone provides security options, including a user-programmable lock code and special phone
number features.To access the Security menu in Standby
mode,press
,
,
and then enter the fourdigit lock code (It depends on your service provider.).Press
the associated digit key to access one of the following
Security options:
1. Lock phone
2. Change the lock code
3. Program special numbers
4. Erase your Internal Phone Book
5. Reset phone
Lock mode
Locking the phone limits all outgoing calls except calls to
the three hard-coded emergency numbers, and the three
user-programmable special numbers.
You can lock the phone manually during use, or set the
phone to lock automatically when it is turned on.When
the phone is in Lock mode, you can answer incoming calls,
but you must unlock the phone to place outgoing calls
(except to emergency and special numbers).
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5. Press the scroll keys to select an option:
The default lock code for your Samsung PCS Phone is generally 0000, 0123 or the last four digits of your phone number.You can enter a personal lock code and later change
the lock code as often as you like.
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
3. Press
for Security and enter your current lock code.
4. Press
plays.
for Change Lock.The current lock code dis-
6. Press
5. Enter a new, four-digit lock code by pressing the digit
keys.
to save the new lock code or
to exit.
Note: Your phone does not allow viewing of the lock code
unless you know the lock code (this is for obvious security
reasons).So, if you change the lock code, be sure to write
down the new code and keep it for your reference.
Locking the phone
The Security menu allows you to lock the phone manually
or automatically when powering on your phone or to leave
the phone unlocked.
To lock the phone:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
3. Press
for Security and enter your current lock code.
4. Press
for Lock Phone.
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Lock Now: The phone locks immediately and stays
locked until the lock code is entered.
On Power-Up: The phone locks automatically the next
time your phone is powered on and stays locked until
the lock code is entered.
To enter a new lock code:
6. Press
Unlocked: The phone remains unlocked.
to save the setting.
Dialing in Lock mode
You can place calls to emergency and special numbers in
Lock mode.To place normal outgoing calls in Lock mode,
enter the lock code to unlock the phone,and then dial the
phone number.
To place an outgoing call in Lock mode:
To call an emergency or special number, enter the
number and then press
.
To place normal outgoing calls, press
to display
the lock code screen, and then enter the lock code.
When the Standby screen displays, enter the phone
number, and then press
.
Special numbers
Your Samsung PCS Phone provides the option of storing
three special numbers.Each special number can be up to
ten digits long.
All three special numbers can be manually dialed at any
time even when your phone is locked.This can be a useful
feature for controlling what numbers can be dialed from
your phone.
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Storing special numbers
To store special numbers:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
3. Press
for Security and enter your current lock code.
4. Press
for Special #.
5. Press
,
special number.
or
to select a location for the
6. Enter the special number by pressing the digit keys.
Special numbers can be up to ten digits long.
7. Press
to save the number in the selected location.
Dialing special numbers in Lock mode
To dial special numbers in Lock mode:
1. Enter the special number by dialing it as you normally
would using the digit keys.
2. Press
to place the call.
Resetting your phone
Resetting the phone returns all setup options to the factory
default settings.All of your important personal settings
(Internal Phone Book,Voice Dial recordings,Voice Memos,
Messages, Call Logs and Calendar) are not affected by resetting your phone.
To reset the phone:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
3. Press
for Security and enter your current lock code.
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4. Press
for Reset Phone.A confirmation displays
explaining that you will reset the phone to factory
defaults.
5. Press
to reset the phone or press
operation.
to cancel the
6. The phone reboots (turns itself off and back on), restores
the default settings,erases your messages and then
returns to Standby mode.
Erasing Your Internal Phone Book
You can erase all the numbers stored in your Internal Phone
Book.This is useful if you want to give your phone to a
friend or family member. Here’s how to do it:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup / Tool.
3. Press
code.
for Security and enter your current lock
4. Press
for Erase Phone Book.A confirmation message displays explaining that you will erase the entire
Internal Phone Book.
5. Press
to erase the Internal Phone Book or press
to cancel the operation.
6 .“ E rasing Phone Book” displays first and when the operation is complete “Phone Book Erased”displays.The phone
then returns to Standby mode.
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Keeping track of your calls
Your phone does a great job of telling you about it’s calling
activity and lets you easily return these calls.
Your phone retains these three lists in memory:
Incoming - the last 10 calls placed to your phone.
3. When the list of calls displays,press the scroll keys to
scan the logs.The time / date stamp displays for each
log. If there is an Internal Phone Book match, the name
displays. If there is not an Internal Phone Book match,
only the phone number displays.
4. When a log is highlighted you can press:
to be connected to that party.
Outgoing - the last 10 calls placed from your phone.
Missed - the last 10 calls placed to your phone that you
did not answer.
Each entry in the three lists is referred to as a Call Log.Each
Call Log contains the name and phone number (if available),
and a time/date stamp. In case of duplicate entries back-toback, the phone consolidates those logs and stores only the
most recent call from or to the same number.
You can also erase your call log lists easily (see “Erasing Call
Logs” on page 89).
In addition to Incoming, Outgoing and Missed lists, your
phone maintains three airtime logs. See “Reviewing airtime”
on page 90 for information on this useful feature.
to review information available on that call (name
and phone number (if available) and time/date stamp).
When you are viewing this information you can press
for more options (talk, save to your phone
book, or prepend the number).
5. Press
to exit the Call Logs list and return to the
previous screen.
Erasing Call Logs
You can erase any of the three lists (Outgoing,Incoming or
Missed calls) or you can easily erase all three lists at once.
Here’s how to do it:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
Reviewing Outgoing, Incoming or Missed Calls
2. Press
for Call Logs.
When displaying a Call Log, press
connected.
3. Press
for Erase History.
to be immediately
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Call Logs.
Press the associated digit key to select an option:
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Press
for Outgoing calls.
Press
for Incoming calls.
Press
for Missed calls.
Press the associated digit key to select an option:
Press
for Outgoing calls.
Press
for Incoming calls.
Press
for Missed calls.
Press
for All Calls.
4. Press
to erase or press
to cancel the operation and return to the previous screen.
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The Wireless Web Browser
Your phone records (or logs) the amount of airtime or talk
time used.There are three airtime measurements.
A “Total”measurement that lists the number of calls
made to or from your phone, and the total time in
hours and minutes for these calls.This airtime measurement can easily be erased by you at any time and
therefore is convenient for measuring your usage on a
daily, weekly, monthly, etc.basis.This feature is not
intended for billing purposes.
A “Last Call measurement that shows the phone number, airtime, and the time/date stamp of the last call.
A “Lifetime”measurement that shows (in hours and
minutes) the total time spent on all calls (incoming
and outgoing) since your phone was placed into service.
This airtime log is kept for historical and maintenance reasons and cannot be erased.
For airtime measurement options:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Calls.
3. Press
for Air Time.
4. The following three options are available:
Press
key for Last Call.The screen displays the
airtime for last call.
Note: This feature is available only if your service provider
offers the Internet service by wireless phone.
Your phone comes equipped with a MiniBrowser which
makes it possible for you to use the Wireless Web Browser.
The Wireless Web Browser allows you to access up-to-theminute information through your Samsung PCS Phone.View
specially designed text versions of popular Internet sites
including Yahoo!®, CNN MobileSM and even The Weather
Channel®(Depending on your service provider).Browsing
the wireless web through your phone is unlike using your
computer in that site providers have selected only the critical aspects of their site to present to wireless phone users
and have removed most graphics.
Each time you launch the Wireless Web Browser, the phone
will connect to the Internet through the Wireless Web Rates
will vary according to your service option.
The Wireless Web will end the connection after a certain
period of network inactivity and will automatically re-connect 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 your bill.
Press
for Total.The screen displays the total
number of calls and the total airtime for all calls since
you set this total to zero (by using the “Erase Total”
option).Press
to return to the previous screen.
Press
for Erase Total.Press
to erase the
“Total”airtime measurement, or press
to cancel
the operation and return to the previous screen.
Press
for Lifetime.The screen displays the total
airtime (in hours and minutes) of every phone call
that has been made to or from your phone.
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The MiniBrowser Start and End Prompts
Each time you launch the MiniBrowser, you will view a
reminder that you will be charged for the connection time.
If you wish to disable this reminder when it appears, follow
the steps below:
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup/Tool.
3. Press
for MiniBrowser.
4. Use the scroll keys to select one of the four options:
Prompt None (You will never see the prompt.)
Prompt To Start (The default setting.You will see the
prompt when you enter the browser, but not when you
exit it.)
Prompt Both (You will be prompted when you enter or
exit the browser.)
Prompt To End (You will see the prompt only when
you exit the browser.)
5. Press
to save your setting or
to cancel.
Launching the Wireless Web Browser
2. Once connected, the Home page (or the last page visited) will be displayed.To access the Home menu page
from any other menu in the MiniBrowser, press and hold
. An example of a Home Page is shown below:
Home Page
1
Samsung
2
Yahoo !
3
Weather
4
Portfolio
5
More Internet
3. What appears on the display when accessing the
MiniBrowser is dependent on the service provider content.To view additional text, use the scroll keys.
To end the Wireless Web Browser Session
Simply press
to exit the MiniBrowser. If the “Prompt
to end” or “Prompt both”option is set in the MiniBrowser
Setup (
), you will be prompted
whether you want to end the MiniBrowser call.
Note: The first time you use the Wireless Web Browser, you
will be required to go through a security setup process that
takes approximately three to five minutes. Please follow the
on-screen prompts to complete the security setup process.
This initial setup process occurs only the first time you
access the service.
To launch the Wireless Web Browser:
1. From Standby mode, press
, or slide
to
the right. Your Samsung PCS Phone will access the
Wireless Web.
Note: A reminder of the charge will appear. Select yes or no
by sliding
then press
.
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Navigating the Wireless Web Browser
When you use the
MiniBrowser, some keys
on your phone operate
differently than during a
normal phone call.These
keys are explained
below. The MiniBrowser
presents on-screen items
in one of the following
ways:
text or numeric
input
links (embedded in
content)
numbered options
(some options may
not be numbered)
simple text
The MiniBrowser soft keys
At the bottom of the MiniBrowser display is a solid bar
which contains browser commands.The
key is used
to soft key to execute the commands. It called soft key(s)
because their function changes depending on where you
are in the MiniBrowser software.See the next page.
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Here’s how the keys work in the MiniBrowser:
1. Volume Keys: These keys are used to scroll up
or down by a page.
2. OK: Press this key to select the highlighted
item.
3. Soft/Navigation Key:
Soft Key: Slide this key left or right. It will be
the left or right soft key.
Navigation Key: Scroll the items by sliding this
key up or down.
4. SEND Key: Press this key to receive a call
while in a MiniBrowser session. For more information on this feature see “Receiving a phone
call while using the Wireless Web Browser”on
page 98.
5. Numbered Keys 0 - 9: If the items on a page
are numbered, you can use these keys to select
them.
6. * / Shift Key: This is the shift key. Press before
entering text to create upper case letters.
7. # / Space Key: This is the space key. Press to
insert a space when entering text.
8. 0 / Next Key: Enters a 0. Moves to the next
word in T9 text entry mode.
9. CLR Key: This key performs two functions:
Backs you up in the browser. Pressing it once
backs you up one page .P ressing and holding it
backs you up to the Home page.
Clears out entered text or numbers.When
entering numbers or text,press
to clear
the last number, letter, or symbol.Press and hold
to completely clear
the input field.
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10. END Key: Exits the MiniBrowser and returns
the phone to Standby mode.
11. MENU Key: Press and hold to access the
browser menu.
Entering text, numbers or symbols
When you are prompted to enter text, the current text
entry method will appear on the right soft key as T9word,
alpha, SYM1 or NUM.To change the Input Mode, press the
soft key.
In the Wireless Web Browser, use the indicated key to perform the following text entry functions:
press
case).
to change case (“Shift”,“CAP” or lower-
press
matched.
to cycle through candidate T9 words
press
to insert a space.
Alphabetical Text Entry
Alphabetical text characters may be entered in the alpha
Input Mode by pressing the key corresponding to the letter
that you want to enter. Press the same key repeatedly to
change between the characters represented by each key.
Numbers and Symbol Entry
Numbers and symbols are entered by changing to the
appropriate Input Mode and pressing the soft key for the
symbol you want or the digit key of the number you want.
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T9® Text Entry
T9word,T9 Text Input, enables you to easily enter text.T9
(for “text on 9 keys”) requires only one key press per letter
and quickly recognizes the most commonly used word of a
numeric sequence. For example,to enter the word “hello,”
you can spell out the word by pressing only five keys,
4-3-5-5-6.T9 Text Input knows the most commonly used
sequence for that numeric sequence is “hello”. If two or
more words share the same numeric sequence,T9 software
provides the most commonly used word, with the ability to
scroll to the next most commonly used word by pressing
the
. Press
repeatedly to display all of the available words that T9 knows.When the word you want displays continue to enter text in the same way or change to
another text or character entry mode. If the word you want
to enter is not known by T9 press
to change the
Input Mode.
Using Links
Links have several purposes, including jumping to a different page, jumping to a different site or even initiating a
phone call from some sites. Links are shown inside of
brackets ( [ ] ), and you can normally use the left soft key
to select a link when it is highlighted.
Initiating a phone call while using the Wireless
Web Browser
You may initiate a phone call from the Wireless Web if the
site you are using supports this feature (the phone number
may be highlighted and the left soft key will appear as
“Call.”).In most cases, you can also use the
key to
call the number.The Wireless Web Browser connection will
be terminated when you initiate the call.After you end the
call, your phone will return to Standby mode.
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Receiving a phone call while using the
Wireless Web Browser
6. The new bookmark is added to the bottom of your
bookmark list.
You can receive phone calls while in a MiniBrowser session.During a MiniBrowser session your phone and your
service provider pass information back and forth in packets, this is done for efficiency and it reduces your service
access cost.Your phone is connected to the service
provider only during the exchange of a packet; the Service
Indicator will be present when a packet is being
exchanged.Your phone stores this information contained in
a packet in memory for you to use.Whenever packets of
information are not being exchanged,your phone can
receive calls.To answer a call while in the MiniBrowser
press
.When you complete your call, you are automatically returned to your MiniBrowser session where you
were when you answered your call.
Finding a Bookmark
1. From the Home Page, select Bookmarks.
2. Select the bookmark you want and press
.
Or
1. From the Home Page ,p ress and hold the number associated with the bookmark in the bookmark list.
Using Bookmarks
You can bookmark many individual pages for easy access at
a later time. Bookmarks save you time by reducing the
number of steps it takes to access a desired page.
Creating a Bookmark
1. Go to the page that you want to mark.
2. Press and hold
. A list of options appears.
3. Select Mark Site.
4. If the page has a title, it will be automatically used for
the name of the bookmark.You can also change the
bookmark name. Selecting Save will save the name and
add the page to your list of bookmarks.
5. A message will appear confirming that the bookmark
was added to the list. Select OK to return to the screen
that you marked to resume navigation within the
MiniBrowser.
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Samsung PCS Wireless Data
Attaching the data cable
Connection
Now you can use your laptop PC, handheld or palm-sized
computing device to send and receive e-mail, access the
Internet or your company’s network and more,without
searching for a wall-mounted telephone jack.
When connected to a computing device (laptop, desktop,
handheld,palmtop, etc.) running Microsoft® Windows®95,
Windows®98,WindowsNT®,WindowsCE®, PalmOS® and
other operating systems, your Samsung PCS Phone functions just like a typical computer modem on your PC,
enabling you to use wireless data involving a wide variety
of Windows software applications. Refer to your data kit
manual for instructions to set up your computing device.
Note:Your phone must be on the PCS Wireless Network to
use PCS Wireless Data transmission services.
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Before you install the software for Data connection on your
computer, it is a good idea to attach the data cable to the
computer and your Samsung PCS Phone.
1. Plug the smaller end of the data cable, with the release
tab facing up, into the accessory connection of your
phone.
2. Plug the other end of the data cable into the matching
serial port on the back of your computer.
Installing the software
To begin making Wireless Data connections, you will need
to install the software from the CD-ROM (ask your service
provider for details).
The software is designed to take you through the installation process step by step. Please refer to the software user
guide for more detailed information on installation.
Purchase a Samsung PCS Wireless Data Connection Kit
(sold separately).
Placing a call
Connect your laptop PC to your Samsung PCS Phone
by using the serial data cable.The cable adapter will
connect to a handheld or palm-sized computing
device.
2. Open the application on your computer, and place the
call through the application on your computer.The
phone will display the number your computer is calling.
You will see “CONNECTING”.
Use the CD-ROM to install the software onto your
computer. It only takes a few minutes to install. See the
user guide in the Samsung PCS Wireless Data
Connection Kit for complete details on how to install
and use this service (Ask your service provider for
more informations).
Note: Your phone will automatically redial three times (or
until it is successful). If the call is not connected after three
tries, the display will return to Standby mode.
1. Make sure the data cable is connected properly.
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Receiving a call
During the call
When you have an incoming Data/Fax call, your phone’s display will show what type of call you are receiving, along with
the number of the caller. If the number matches an entry in
your Internal Phone Book, the name will also be displayed.
Caller ID
If you select Auto Answer mode, your phone will automatically answer Data/Fax calls when the data cable is connected.
Once the call is successfully connected, your phone’s display shows transmission information.
Your phone stores the numbers of incoming Wireless Data
Connection calls with your voice Caller IDs.To let you
know which is which, you will see “Data” or “Fax”along
with the number of the caller when viewing your Caller
IDs.
Accessing Features
While connected on a Wireless Data Connection call, you
can still access most features.You can navigate the phone’s
menu system to change or view your phone’s features or
Phone Book entries or read messages or Caller IDs that you
received before placing the call.
Call Waiting
If someone tries to reach you during a Wireless Data
Connection call, you phone will behave like it is turned
OFF (depending on your service,callers will probably get
your voicemail). If you subscribe to Call Waiting, it will
automatically be deactivated whenever you place or
receive a Wireless Data Connection Call.
Receiving a data/fax call
Note: Your phone must be on a digital network to receive or
send faxes and data.
1. Ensure that your Samsung PCS Phone is connected to
your computing device and is powered on.
2. Press
to display the Main menu.
3. Press
for Setup/Tool.
4. Press
for Data/Fax In.
5. Use the scroll keys to select “Incoming Data(Fax) Only”.
6. Press
to save the setting.The screen displays “No
incoming voice calls can be received”.Your phone then
returns to Standby mode and displays “* Data(Fax) Only *”
above the greeting.
Note: Once you have set your phone’s mode to “Incoming
Data(Fax) Only”, you cannot receive regular voice calls until
you change back to “Voice”.
7. In the Data(Fax) program on your PC, setup the Answer
mode.Click on “Receive” and select one of the following:
Automatic Receive (recommended)
Manual Receive
Your phone is now ready to receive an incoming data(fax).
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Menus
Changing your phone back to voice calling
1. Press
to display the Main menu.
2. Press
for Setup/Tool.
3. Press
for Data/Fax In.
4. Use the scroll keys to select “Voice Call Only”.
5. Press
to save the setting.The screen displays “No
incoming data/fax calls can be received”. Your phone
then returns to Standby mode.
Ending a call
Some of the normal ways to end a call, like closing the
phone, will end a Wireless Data call.Always close the connection through the application on your computer.Your
phone will return to Standby mode. Disconnecting the data
cable or turning off your phone will also end a wireless
data connection call, but may disrupt your computer.
Your Samsung PCS Phone includes both a Main menu and
an In-Use menu.
Main menu
The Main menu in Standby mode contains eight primary
options,all of which contain sub-menus (see “Your Phone’s
Main menu” on page 106).
In Use menu
The In Use menu options are available in Talk mode:
1. Mute/Unmute
2. Silent key
3. 3-Way Call
4. Calls
5. Messages
6. Phone Book
7. Calendar
8. Send Tel #
0. Version
Menu navigation
To access a menu option, press
and then press the
scroll keys to scan menu options. Press the associated digit
key to select the desired option. If you know the number
of the option you want to select, simply press
and
then press the associated digit key to select the desired
option.(You do not have to scroll through the list or display an option in order to select it.)
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Note: Closing the phone will return you to Standby mode
from any menu.Also,the phone will automatically return to
Standby mode from any menu if you don’t touch a key for
60 seconds.
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Usage guidelines:
Your Phone’s Main menu
Main menu
Main menu 1
1. Calls ➪
1.Outgoing
2.Incoming
3.Missed
4 .E rase History ➪
5.Air Time ➪
2. Phone Book. ➪
3.Messages ➪
4.Calculator
5. Calendar ➪
6.MiniBrowse ➪
7.Voice Dial ➪
8.Setup/Tool ➪
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Main menu 2
1.Outgoing
2.Incoming
3.Missed
4.All Calls
1. Last Call
2.Total
3 .E rase Total
4.Lifetime
1. Find Name
2.Add New Entry
3. My Phone #
4. Find Entry
1.Voicemail
2. Page/Text
3 .B rowser Msg
4.Erase
1.Today
2. Month View
3. Jump to Date
4.To Do List
5.Countdown
6.Alarm Clock
7.World Clock
Browser contents are controlled by your service provider
1.Record
2.Review
3 .E rase All
4. Set Active
1. Sounds ➪
1.Ringer Volume
2 .R i n ger Type
3. Key Beep
4. Tone Length
5 .A l e rt
6. Roam Ringer
2.Display ➪
1.Backlight
2.Greeting
3.Contrast
4. Version
3.Data/Fax In
4.Security ➪
1 .L o ck Phone
2.Change Lock
3. Special #
4 .E rase PhoneBook
5. Reset Phone
5. Call Answer
6.Auto Answer
7.MiniBrowser
8.Language
9.Roaming ➪
1. Set Mode
2. Call Guard
All about performance and
safety
Keeping tabs on signal strength
If you’re inside a building, reception may be better near a
window.
The quality of each call you make or receive depends on
the signal strength in your immediate area.When turned
on, your phone will always give you a visual indication of
the signal strength in your immediate area.The visual indicator is always in the upper left corner of your display and
is referred to as the signal strength indicator:
. More
lines indicate more signal strength. Four lines indicate maximum strength and one line indicates least strength.
Understanding Power Save mode
If you’re trying to use your Samsung PCS Phone in an area
where the signal is too weak, the Power Save feature will
automatically activate to conserve battery power when
you’ve been unable to pick up a signal for 15 minutes.If
your phone is on, it will periodically recheck service availability or you can do so yourself manually by pressing any
key.A message will be displayed on the screen any time
Power Save has been activated.
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Understanding how your phone operates
Maintaining your phone’s peak performance
Your phone is basically a radio transmitter and receiver.
When it’s turned on, it receives and transmits radio frequency (RF) signals.When your phone is in use, the system
handling your call controls the power level.This power
level can range from 0.006 watts to 0.2 watts.
To operate your phone properly — that is, to maintain safe
and satisfactory service — you should follow these rules:
Radio frequency safety
In 1991—1992, 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 industry
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 a
hybrid standard consisting of the existing ANSI/IEEE standard and the guidelines published by the National Council
of Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP).
The design of the phone complies with these updated standards. Of course, if you want to limit RF exposure even further than the updated standard, you can choose to control
the duration of your calls and operate your phone in the
most power-efficient manner.
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Hold the phone with the antenna up and over your
shoulder.
Do not hold, bend or twist the phone antenna at any
time.
Do not use the phone with a damaged antenna.
Speak directly into the microphone.
Avoid exposing your phone and accessories to rain or
liquid spills. If your phone gets wet,turn the power off
immediately, remove the battery and allow the phone
and battery to air dry for 10 hours (in normal room
temperature and humidity).If after the 10 hour drying
time, the phone is inoperable, you should return it to
the store where you purchased it or a Samsung PCS
authorized service center.
Only Samsung PCS authorized personnel should service
your phone and its accessories. Faulty service may invalidate the warranty.
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Protecting your battery
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For best battery performance, you should follow these
guidelines:
Only use Samsung-approved batteries and travel
adapter/charger. These adapter/charger are designed
to maximize battery life. Using other batteries or
adapter/charger will invalidate your warranty and may
cause damage as well.
To avoid damage,only charge the battery in temperatures that range from 32° F to 104° F.
Do not use the battery charger in direct sunlight or in
high humidity areas (such as a bathroom).
Battery disposal and recycling
Please follow these guidelines when disposing of or recycling the battery:
Do not dispose of the battery in a fire; the cell may
explode.Check the regulations in your area for special
disposal instructions.
Do not open or puncture the battery;the released
electrolyte is corrosive and may cause damage to the
eyes and skin, and can be toxic if swallowed.
Charge the battery in accordance with the instructions
specified in this user guide. See “Charging the battery”
on page 18.
Never dispose of the battery by incineration (fire).
Keep the metal contacts at the battery base clean.
Do not attempt to disassemble or short-circuit the battery, as injuries or burns may result.
You may need to recharge the battery if it has not
been used for a long period of time.
Replace the battery when it no longer provides
acceptable performance. It can be charged hundreds
of times before it will need to be replaced.
Do not allow metal objects or liquids to contact or
short-circuit the battery terminals, as injuries or burns
may result.
To avoid damage,store the battery in temperatures
ranging from -4° F to 185° F, and avoid leaving the battery unused for very long periods. Follow these storage
rules:
Less than one month:
-4° F to 140° F (-20° C to 50° C)
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-4° F to 113° F (-20° C to 35° C)
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Using your phone while driving
Talking on the phone while you’re driving may divert your
attention away from the road.In addition, it is illegal in
some states. Remember, safety comes first.
When using your phone in the car:
Focus on driving, not talking.
Use your optional hands-free car kit.
If you must use the phone while driving, please use OneTouch Dialing and Speed Dialing.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY LEAD
TO SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY AND POSSIBLE PROPERTY DAMAGE.
Following safety guidelines
To operate your phone safely and efficiently, you should
always follow any special guidelines in a given area and
turn your phone off in areas where use is forbidden or
when it may cause interference or danger.
Turn off your phone before flying
You should turn off your phone before boarding any aircraft.To prevent possible interference with aircraft systems,
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.
Restricting children’s access to your phone
Your phone should not be played with by children.They
could hurt themselves and others,damage the phone or
make calls that increase your bill.
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Using your phone near other electronic
devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from radio
frequency (RF) signals.However, RF signals from PCS telephones may affect inadequately shielded electronic equipment.
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately
shielded electronic operating and entertainment systems in
motor vehicles.Check with the manufacturer or its representative to determine if these systems are adequately
shielded from external RF signals.You should 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.Turn off
the phone in healthcare facilities and request permission
before using the phone near medical equipment.
Turn off your phone in dangerous areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, you should
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 use remote-controlled RF
devices to set off explosives.
Turn off your phone when you are in any area with a
potentially explosive atmosphere.It is rare, but your phone
or its accessories could generate sparks.Sparks could cause
an explosion or a fire resulting in bodily injury or even
death.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere 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
chemical or particles such as grain,dust or metal powders;
and any other area where you would normally be advised
to turn off your vehicle engine.
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Do not transport or store flammable gas, liquid or explosives in the compartment of any vehicle that contains your
phone or accessories.
Cautions
Any changes or modifications to your phone not expressly
approved in this document could void your warranty for
this equipment and void your authority to operate this
equipment.Only use approved batteries, antennas and
chargers.The use of any unauthorized accessories may be
dangerous and will invalidate 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 hardware and can be broken. Use common-sense guidelines to avoid dropping,hitting, bending or sitting on it.
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 telephone if such interference cannot be eliminated.
Liquefied Petroleum Gas
Lastly, 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.
Specifications Subject to Change
The information contained in this manual is believed to be
correct at the time of printing,however, Samsung reserves
the right to change or modify any of the specifications
without notice or obligation to update existing units.
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FCC Compliance Information
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received,including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Information To User
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with
the limits of a Class B digital device,pursuant to Part 15 of
the FCC Rules.These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation.This equipment generates, uses and can radiate
radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions,may cause harmful interference to radio communications.However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation; if this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
1.Reorient / Relocate the receiving antenna.
2.Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
3. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit difference from that to which the receiver is connected.
4. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
CAUTION: Changes or modifications not expressly
approved by the manufacturer responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment
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