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All you need to know to get going.
Sprint is committed to developing technologies that give you the ability to
get what you want when you want it, faster than ever before. This booklet
introduces you to the basics of getting started with Sprint and your
Samsung Galaxy Victory™ 4G LTE.
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Note: Available applications and services are subject to change at any time.
This Get Started guide is designed to help you set up and use your new
Samsung Galaxy Victory. It’s divided into four sections to help you find the
information you need quickly and easily.
Get Ready − page 1 − Find out what
you need to do before you use your phone
the first time, including inserting a battery
and activating Sprint service on your phone.
Android Basics − page 4 − Learn
some basics about how to move around
on your phone, use the Home screen, and
enter text. If you’re familiar with Android
phones, you can probably skip these
pages (although a refresher course never
hurt anyone).
Use Your Phone − page 11 − Take
advantage of your phone’s features and
Sprint services, from the basics (making
calls) to the more advanced (using Google
Play™ and more).
Tools & Resources − page 32 − Find
useful tips for your phone and discover
resources and other helpful Sprint
information. For additional information
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tutorials, and community forums, visit
Using This Guide
Using This Guide
Your Samsung Galaxy Victory
Camera Lens
Status Bar
Charger/Accessory Jack
Install the Battery
Turn the Phone On
1.Remove the battery compartment cover on the
back of the phone.
•Press and hold the power button.
2.Align the battery’s contacts with those inside the
battery compartment and gently press down until
the battery is seated.
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3.Replace the back cover.
Charge the Battery
1.Insert the USB cable into the charging head.
2.Insert the small end of the USB cable into the
Charger/Accessory Jack.
Get Ready
Get Your Phone Ready
•After you turn the phone on, swipe the
touchscreen display up.
Switch to Spanish Menu (optional)
and tap Settings >
Language and input.
2.Tap Language > Español.
3.Plug the charging head into a standard AC
power outlet.
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Setup Application
The setup application helps you set up various
options and applications, including setting up your
Google™ Account.*
Complete the Setup Application
1.When the device is first turned on, the setup
application should automatically begin.
2.Touch Start and follow the prompts to complete
the setup application.
•Make it Google - Create or sign in to your
Google Account. If you’re creating a new Google
Account, be sure to provide a
recovery email address.
•Join Google+™ - If you’re not already signed up
for Google+, you can do it here. (Optional)
•Backup and restore - Choose whether or not to
back up data with your Google Account. If you
have an existing Google Account, this option
automatically syncs your current information,
contacts, and more with your phone.
•Use Google location - Touch the check marks
to select your Google location options.
•This phone belongs to - Enter your first and last
•Setup complete - Touch Finish to complete the
setup application.
* You don’t need to sign up for a Google Account to use
your device. However, to take advantage of automatic
backup, download apps, books, music, or movies from
Google Play™, access your contacts and other
information from your other devices or computers, or
use other Google services, you must link your device
to a Google Account.
Activate Your Phone
•If you purchased your phone at a Sprint Store, it
is probably activated and ready to use.
•If you received your phone in the mail, and it is
for a new Sprint account or a new line of service,
your phone is designed to activate automatically
when you first turn it on. To confirm your
activation, make a phone call.
•If you received your phone in the mail and it is
going to be activated on an existing number on
your account (you’re swapping phones), you can
activate on your computer online or directly on
your phone.
Activate on your computer:
•Go to and follow the
Activate on your phone:
Note: For security reasons, you will need your Sprint
phone number and PIN to use this activation
1.Turn on your new phone. (Make sure the old one
is turned off.) Your phone will automatically
attempt Hands-Free Activation.
Note: Your phone will need to complete one
hands-free activation attempt before you can
2.Tap Activate to override auto-activation and start
the manual activation wizard.
Note: If you don’t override Hands-Free Activation,
your phone will attempt to auto-activate five times.
Wait for Retry to appear on your screen. Tap Retry
and then tap Activate.
3.Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the
activation process.
4.After you have completed the wizard, make a
phone call to confirm your activation.
If your phone is still not activated, contact Sprint
Customer Service at 1-888-211-4727 for
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Get Ready
Activate Your Phone
Android Basics: Getting Around Your Phone
Move Around Your Phone’s Menus
and Screens Using Gestures
Your phone’s touchscreen lets you control everything
through various types of touches, or gestures.
Tap: When you want to type using the onscreen
keyboard, select items such as application and
settings icons, or press onscreen buttons,
simply tap them with your finger. A light touch
works best.
Touch and hold: To display the available options
for an item simply touch and hold the item.
Flick: Move your finger in lighter, quicker strokes
than swiping. This finger gesture is always used
in a vertical motion, such as when flicking
through contacts or a message list.
Swipe or slide: Quickly drag your finger
vertically or horizontally across the screen.
Drag: Touch and hold your finger with some
pressure before you start to move it. Do not
release your finger until you have reached the
target position.
Android Basics
Swipe or Slide,
Rotate: Activate the auto-rotate feature to
automatically change the screen orientation
from portrait to landscape by turning the phone
Pinch and spread: “Pinch” and "spread" the
screen using your thumb and forefinger to zoom
out or zoom in when viewing a picture or a Web
page. (Move fingers inward to zoom out and
outward to zoom in.)
Pinch and
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Your Home Screen
Viewing Your Home Screen
Status Bar
Your phone’s Home screen extends horizontally to
seven full screens. This gives you room to
customize your phone and put the things you need
front and center, just a swipe away.
The status bar at the top of the Home screen lets
you quickly see both your phone status
(connections, signal strength, battery, GPS) and
any current notifications.
•To display the Home screen, press
•To view extended screens,
swipe the screen left or
right. There are six
additional screens
in addition to the
main Home screen.
from any
Status area
Customize Your Home Screen
You can expand the notification area to provide
more detailed information about the current
onscreen notification icons.
1.Tap the status bar to reveal the Notifications tab,
and then drag the tab to the bottom of the
screen to open the Notifications panel.
2.Tap a notification entry to open the associated
> .
2.Tap Apps or Widgets.
3.Tap and hold the app or widget you want to add
to your home screen.
4.To move an app or widget, simply touch and
drag to any spot on the screen(s).
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Android Basics
Notifications Panel
Buttons and Keys
Samsung Galaxy Victory Buttons and Keys
The bottom front of your phone contains a row of
three static keys that let you perform specific
functions. Above the buttons, there is a
program-dependent row of keys (they’re always
available from the unlocked Home screen).
•Menu Key (
) – Press to open context-specific
•Home Key (
) – Press to return to the main
Home screen.
•Back Key (
screen view.
) – Press to return to the previous
•Phone Button (
•Applications Button (
applications list.
) – Tap to open the phone
) – Tap to display the
Open Applications
Access Recently-Used Applications
•If an application is on one of your Home screens,
just tap it to open it.
•If an application is not available from your Home
screen, press
(if you’re not already on the
Home screen), tap
to display the applications
list, and then tap the application from the
alphabetical list. You may
have to swipe the screen left
or right to find the application
you’re looking for.
You can access recently used applications through
a display of shortcuts to the applications themselves.
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1.Press and hold
to open the recently-used
applications window.
2.Tap an icon to open an application.
Entering Text With the Onscreen Keyboard
Text Entry with the Samsung Keyboard
Entering text with the onscreen Samsung QWERTY
keyboard is easy: just tap the letters to type the
1.From a screen where you can enter text, tap the
input field to reveal the onscreen keyboard.
2. With the Samsung keyboard as your text entry
method, select one of the following text mode
•ABC to use alphabetic characters from the
onscreen keyboard.
•123Sym to enter numbers by pressing the
numbers on the onscreen keyboard.
•Google voice typing to speak into your text
3.Tap the corresponding onscreen keys to begin
typing your word.
If you make a mistake, tap
character. Touch and hold
entered words.
to erase a single
to erase all previously
Your Samsung Keyboard Settings
and tap Settings > Language and input
> Samsung keyboard to access the Samsung
keyboard settings such as:
Portrait keyboard types (Qwerty keyboard, 3x4
keyboard) Input languages (English (US), Espanol),
Predictive text, T9 Trace, Handwriting, Voice input,
Auto capitalization, Auto-punctuate, Character
preview, Key-tap vibration, Key-tap sound, Tutorial,
or Reset settings.
Use Your Phone: Voicemail
Set Up Your Voicemail
Retrieve Your Voicemail
All unanswered calls are automatically transferred to
your voicemail, even if your phone is in use or turned
off. You should set up your voicemail and personal
greeting as soon as your phone is activated:
> Voicemail.
From any other phone:
1.Dial your wireless phone number.
2.When your voicemail answers, press
3.Enter your password.
Use Your Phone
and tap
> Voicemail.
2.Tap Personalize now and follow the system
prompts to create your password and record your
name and greeting.
and tap
Sprint strongly recommends setting a voicemail
password. Without a password, anyone who
has access to your phone can access your
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Make and Answer Calls
Make a Phone Call
Send a Call Directly to Voicemail
and tap
2.Tap the digits of the number you want to call
on the Phone keypad. (The number will appear
just above the keypad as you enter it. Tap
to delete one or more digits.)
Answer an Incoming Call
to the right on the screen.
to the left.
Mute the Ringer on a Call
•To mute the ringer:
•Press the volume button.
and tap .
2.Tap Messaging.
3.Enter a phone number, email address, or contact
name in the Enter recipient field. (If the phone
recognizes a contact, you’ll see a list. Touch the
contact to complete the address.)
4.Tap the Enter message field and then type your
5.When you are finished, tap
Send a Picture or Video Message
(Multimedia Messaging)
1.Follow steps 1 – 4 for sending a text message.
3.Tap a media type (such as Pictures, Videos, Audio,
etc.) and then tap an available album.
4.Tap a picture or clip to select it. (For Audio, tap OK.)
5.If you are satisfied with your message, tap
Note: For information on taking pictures and videos with
your phone, see "Camera & Camcorder" on page 20.
Access Messages
and tap
> Messaging.
2.From the Messaging screen, tap the message
you want to view.
1.Open the Notifications panel.
2.Tap the message you want to view.
All your text and MMS messages for a contact are
collected in an ongoing “conversation,” so when
you view a message, you can scroll through the
entire history of your messages with that person.
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Use Your Phone
Send a Text Message
Your phone’s Contacts function lets you access and manage contacts from a variety of sources,
including Google and Corporate email accounts, contacts synced from your computer, and
old-fashioned contacts entered by hand.
Save a Phone Number
Retrieve a Phone Number
and tap
2.Enter a phone number using the onscreeen
3.Tap Add to Contacts > Create contact.
4.Tap the Name field, and enter a name for the
new entry.
5.Tap Mobile (default) to select a label such as
Mobile, Home, Work, Work Fax, Home Fax, Pager,
Other, Custom, or Callback.
6.Tap Save to complete and save the entry.
, tap
, and then tap the Find
contacts field.
2.Enter the first letter or letters of an entry.
3.Tap the contact to display the contact’s phone
Add a New Entry to Contacts
and tap
3.Tap any field and use the onscreen keyboard to
enter the name, phone number, and other contact
4.Add more data fields or a picture if desired, and
tap Save.
and tap
> [contact you'd like to
3.Tap an option:
•[image icon] to assign a picture to the entry.
•Name to edit the current name.
•Phone to add or delete a phone number.
•Groups to add or delete groups such as
Starred in Android, Co-workers, Family, Friends,
or My Contacts.
•Ringtone to assign a ringtone.
•Add another field to add additional categories
such as Phonetic name, Organization, Email,
IM, Address, Notes, Nickname, Website,
Internet call, Events, or Relationship.
4.Tap Save to save your updates.
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Use Your Phone
Edit a Contact Entry
Your phone’s Email applications let you
access and manage multiple email accounts
simultaneously in one convenient location.
Although there is a separate Gmail application,
the main email application can manage both
Internet-based email services (Gmail™ and
Yahoo™) and Corporate Work Email (Outlook®).
The phone can also be manually configured to
connect to other email systems.
Set Up a Gmail Account
and tap
> Gmail.
2.Follow the instructions to set up or sign in to a
Gmail account.
Note: Although you need a Gmail account to use
certain features such as the Play Store, you do not
have to use Gmail as the default account for your
Set Up a POP3/IMAP Email Account
and tap
> Email.
2.Enter the Email address and password for the
email account.
3.Tap Manual setup..
4.Tap POP3 Account or IMAP Account and follow
on the onscreen instructions.
Set Up a Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync
and tap
> Email.
2.Enter your Email address and Password for the
email account.
•Contact your Exchange Server administrator for
required sign-in information.
3.Tap Manual setup.
4.Tap Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync (from the
add email account screen).
6.Enter a Domain\Username, Password, and
Exchange Server information.
7.Read the onscreen activation disclaimer and, if
prompted, tap Next.
8.Configure your Email check frequency, Amount
to synchronize (days to synchronize between
your phone and server), and activate any other
email settings, and then tap Next.
9.Identify your new account with a unique
name and provide the outgoing name text
then tap Done.
Access Email Messages
and tap
> Email or Gmail.
2.From the inbox, tap the message you want
to view.
Send an Email Message
and tap
> Email or Gmail.
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5.When prompted to provide additional detailed
information, scroll down the screen and tap Next.
3.Enter an email address in the To field.
4.Enter a subject and a message.
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Camera & Camcorder
Take a Picture
View Videos
and tap
> Camera.
2.Using your display as a viewfinder, aim the
camera lens at your subject, and tap the onscreen
camera icon.
and tap
> Gallery.
2.Tap a video to view the video.
View Pictures
and tap
> Gallery.
2.Tap Camera to reveal your pictures and videos.
and select an option, such as Picasa,
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi Direct, Messaging, YouTube,
Gmail, or Email.
4.Follow the onscreen instructions to send your
picture or video clip.
and tap
> Gallery to view the Camera
Record a Video
and tap
> Camera to activate
camera mode.
2.Slide to the camcorder icon to activate camcorder
3.Using the phone’s display screen as a viewfinder,
to begin
aim the lens at your subject, and tap
to stop recording.
Send or Share Pictures and Videos
Find sports scores, news, and weather. Shop online. On-the-go access lets you browse full-color
versions of your favorite websites.
and tap
> Internet.
2.From the Sprint home page, select categories,
navigate to websites, read blogs, download
content, and more.
•Tap a category to open it.
•For more options, press
from any page.
Options may include Forward, New window,
Add bookmark, Add shortcut to home, Share
page, Find on page, Desktop view, Save for
offline reading, Downloads, Print, and Settings.
Downloading Applications From the Web
You can download applications while browsing
the Web, but you must first set permissions in
settings to allow applications from unknown
sources. Applications downloaded from the Play
Store (see page 21) do not require additional
and tap Settings > Security.
2.Select the Unknown sources check box.
3.When the Attention dialog box opens, read the
disclaimer and tap OK.
•To scroll, slide your finger up or down the page.
•To zoom in or out, pinch or spread the screen.
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Use Your Phone
Go Online
Connect to a Wi-Fi Network
When you’re in range of an available Wi-Fi network
you can use your phone’s Wi-Fi feature to access
the Internet and other data services.
and tap Settings > Wi-Fi.
2.Tap Wi-Fi >
to turn Wi-Fi on
3.Tap Wi-Fi > Scan to display a list of available
4.Tap a Wi-Fi network to connect. If necessary, enter
the security key and tap Connect.
•When you’re connected to a Wi-Fi network, you’ll
in the status bar.
Note: When you’re not using Wi-Fi, turn Wi-FI off in
the Wireless & networks settings page to extend
battery life.
Google Play™
The Google Play™ app gives you access to thousands applications to boost your productivity
and increase your fun.
and tap
> Play Store .
2.The first time you visit the Google Play Store, tap
Accept to accept the Terms of Service.
3.If not already logged in with your Google
Account, tap Next.
4.Tap Sign in and enter your Google Account
5.To find what you want quickly:
•Browse through featured apps and games.
Scroll through the options or browse by
categories within Apps, Games, Music, Books,
or Movies.
on the
•Search for an app or game. Tap
Google Play home screen, enter the name or
key word, and then tap the search box.
6.Tap an app or game to read a description and
user reviews.
7.Tap Install (for free applications) or the price
button (for paid applications).
Note: You must have a Google (Gmail) Account set up
on your phone to purchase and download applications
from the Play Store.
Opening Installed Applications
and Games
and tap . Locate the downloaded
item and tap it to launch. You can also launch
from Play Store >
> My Apps screen.
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Use Your Phone
Download Applications and Games
Google™ Mobile Services
Your Samsung Galaxy Victory provides easy access to a variety of Google services including
Gmail™, Google Talk™, Google Maps™, Google Navigation, and YouTube™.
•Gmail – The Google mail service. Your Gmail
account lets you access many Google-related
services as well as the Play Store. (See “Set Up a
Gmail Account” on page 16.)
•Google Talk – Google’s instant messaging
service. Press
and tap
> Talk to begin
using the service. (If you’re signed in to your
Gmail account, you are already signed in to
Google Talk.)
•Google Maps and Google Navigation – The
Google location programs let you track your current
location, view real-time traffic situations, and receive
detailed directions to your destination. They also
provide search tools where you can locate places of
interest or an address on a vector or aerial map, or
view locations in street level. Press
and tap
> Maps or Navigation to begin using the services.
•YouTube – View and share videos on one of the
Web’s most popular video sites. Press
and tap
> YouTube to browse through and view available
videos. Sign in with your Gmail account to upload
your own videos.
Pair and Connect With a Bluetooth Capable Device
Share Contacts, Files, or Pictures Using
1.Verify your Bluetooth is active. (Press
and tap Settings > Bluetooth and tap
turn Bluetooth on
2.Tap Bluetooth > SPH-L300 (a green checkmark
will appear). Your phone must be visible to
successfully pair with an external device.
3.Tap Scan. (Your device will display a list of
discovered in-range Bluetooth devices.)
4.Tap a device from the list to initiate pairing.
5.Enter the passkey or PIN code and tap OK.
6.The external device will then have to also accept
the connection and enter your device’s PIN code.
7.Once you’re paired with a device, your
connection should launch.
1.Open the application containing the file you want
to share (for example, press
2.Locate the file or entry you want to share.
•You can send pictures and videos directly from
the camera or from Gallery, Calendar events,
Contacts, music tracks, and voice recordings.
Not all devices will be able to receive all file
3.Depending on the application, tap
Bluetooth or press and hold the file and select
Share (or Send) > Bluetooth.
4.Tap the name of the device to which you’re
sending the file. (If prompted, tap OK to turn
Bluetooth on.)
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Use Your Phone
Open Your Music Player
and tap
> Music player.
•Music is stored by All, Playlists, Albums,
Artists, Music square, and Folders. Tap a
category, and then tap the song or playlist
you want to play.
for more options.
Getting Music
Before you can listen to your music, you
need to load songs into the Music folder.
Music can be stored in the phone's internal
memory or on the microSD card.
1.Use the supplied USB cable to connect your
phone to an available USB port on your
computer.You will see the USB connected
icon in the Notifications panel.
2.On your computer, locate the new removable
disk (SPH-L300), open it, and open or create
a Music folder.
3.Copy music files from your computer to the
music folder, follow the procedures to safely
remove the drive, and then disconnect the
phone from the USB cable.
Sprint Applications
Sprint Hotspot
Set Up Your Sprint Hotspot
and tap
> Sprint Hotspot.
2.Tap Sprint Hotspot >
to activate
the hotspot.
Connect to the Sprint Hotspot
1.Activate Wi-Fi on the other device.
2.Scan for Wi-Fi networks from the device and
select your Sprint hotspot from the network list.
•The default name for your Sprint hotspot is
SPH-L300XXXX. You can change the name
by tapping Configure (Sprint hotspot) >
Network SSID from the Sprint Hotspot screen.
3.Connect by entering the key that appears on
the Sprint Hotspot screen.
4.When “Connected” appears on your phone,
launch your Web browser to confirm you
have an Internet connection.
Sprint Zone
Enhance your Sprint experience. The free Sprint
Zone application makes it a snap to manage
your account, get tips and tricks for your phone,
find recommended apps, and more.
and tap
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Access additional exclusive Sprint features right
from your phone.
> Sprint Zone.
2.From the Sprint Zone Web page, scroll up or
down and tap an item to check your account,
read the latest news about your device, load
an application, and more.
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Tools & Resources: Settings
Explore ways to customize your phone, set permissions, update your phone, and more in the
Settings menu.
Accessing Settings
and tap
> Settings.
– or –
and tap Settings.
2.Select the settings category you want to change.
Categories include:
•Data usage
•More settings
•LED indicator
•Power saving
•Application manager
•Accounts and sync
•Location services
•Language and input
•Back up and reset
•Date and time
•Developer options
•Activate this device
•System update
•About device
For detailed information about settings, please
see the User Guide at
and tap Settings > Display >
Brightness to modify the backlight setting as
•To turn off the screen, press the Power button.
The phone will continue to function.
Manage Your Phone’s Wireless
Disable the Sprint Mobile Hotspot, Wi-Fi,
Bluetooth, and GPS functions of the phone
when you’re not using them.
and tap Settings and disable
any of the wireless and network functions that
are not in use.
— or —
and tap Settings > Location
services and disable any My Location options
that are not in use.
— or —
•Add a Bluetooth, GPS, and Wi-Fi widget to
your Home screen. (See “Customize Your
Home Screen” on page 7 in this guide for
more information about adding widgets.)
Tools & Resources
Manage the Display Brightness and
Screen On-Time
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and safety, see the User Guide at
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Manage Your Account
From Any Other Phone
•Make a payment, see your bills, enroll in
online billing
•Check minute usage and account balance
•See or modify the details of your Sprint
service plan
•Get detailed instructions and download content
•Sprint Customer Service:
Dial 1-888-211-4727
•Business Customer Service:
Dial 1-888-788-4727
From Your Sprint Phone
account balance.
to check minute usage and
to make a payment.
or press
> Sprint Zone to access account services,
Sprint news, phone information, suggested
applications, and more.
At Sprint, environmental responsibility is more
than talk. We’re continuously working to reduce
our carbon footprint and decrease our use of
natural resources.
So where is my user guide?
To support our increased responsibility efforts,
we’ve put expanded instructional materials online
for you. Just visit from any
computer to access your complete user guide
and other support materials.
What else has Sprint been doing?
Plenty. To find out just what we’ve been up to,
We are interested in your initial
impressions of this new Sprint phone.
Within two weeks of your phone
purchase, please go to the website
to complete a brief survey. Your
feedback will help us provide the
wireless features and services you
want most.
Tools & Resources
Thank you for choosing Sprint.
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Resources For Your Phone
•This Get Started Guide to get you up and running.
•Web – Visit for the complete
User Guide, along with videos, tutorials, and
community forums for your Samsung Galaxy
•Sprint Zone – Press
and tap
> Sprint Zone
to access account services, Sprint news, phone
information, suggested applications, and more.
Samsung Galaxy Victory
By registering your Galaxy Victory phone
at, you are entitled to:
•Premium service through your choice of live
chat, email and/or phone
•Access to specialized call center staff to help
you get the most from your purchase, including
available software, how-to guides and product
tips and tricks.
Sprint 411
•Extended call center hours
Dial 411 for nationwide listings, movie show
times, restaurant reservations, driving directions
and more. Spanish-speaking operators are
available. See for pricing and details.
•Galaxy Victory product user manual
Be a hero. Don’t drive
As an owner, you can write a product review,
shop for accessories and receive exclusive
Samsung offers.
Battery 1
Battery Saving Tips 27
Bluetooth 23
Buttons 8
Internet 19
Keyboard 10
Keys 8
Camera 18
Contacts 14-15
Making a Phone Call 12
Messages 13
Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync 16
Music 24
Mute 12
Email 16-17
Gestures 4–5
Gmail 16
Google Applications 22
Google Play 21
Home Screen 6–7
Phone Call 12
Phone Number 16
Play Store 21
Setup 2
Settings 26
Sprint Customer Service 25
Sprint Hotspot 25
Sprint Zone 25, 30
Status Bar 6
Activate 3
Applications 9, 25
Videos 18
Voicemail 11
Web 19
Widgets 7
Wi-Fi 20
YouTube 22
QWERTY Keyboard 10
Resources 30
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charges. Not all services will work on all phones. See for more details.
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Important Privacy Message. This phone is capable of determining its/your geographical location. To set controls
and tap Settings > Location services. Select
for access and use of your location information by others, press
Use GPS satellites and/or Location and Google search for location sources. Follow any applicable prompts These
settings for the use of location information can be turned on and off. For some applications and services you select,
a phone must be turned on and set to allow collection of location information in order to function.
Please be advised that if you use a third party application, the application may collect your personal information
or require Sprint to disclose your customer information, including location information (when applicable), to the
application provider or some other third party. Sprint’s policies do not apply to these third party applications. Please
carefully review the application’s terms of use and/or the application provider’s policies for more information about
how the application will collect, access, use or disclose your information before using a third-party application. Terms
of use and other policies usually are available on the application provider’s website.
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