Samsung SCH-A930 Verizon Wireless, A930 - Verizon Wireless User guide

Samsung SCH-A930 Verizon Wireless, A930 - Verizon Wireless User guide
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SCH-a930 Series
P O R T A B L E
A l l
D i g i t a l
M o b i l e
P h o n e
User Guide
Please read this manual before operating your
phone, and keep it for future reference.
ZB28_PMa930_40706_F9
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Intellectual Property
All Intellectual Property, as defined below, owned by or which is
otherwise the property of Samsung or its respective suppliers
relating to the SAMSUNG Phone, including but not limited to,
accessories, parts, or software relating there to (the “Phone
System”), is proprietary to Samsung and protected under federal
laws, state laws, and international treaty provisions. Intellectual
Property includes, but is not limited to, inventions (patentable or
unpatentable), patents, trade secrets, copyrights, software,
computer programs, and related documentation and other
works of authorship. You may not infringe or otherwise violate
the rights secured by the Intellectual Property. Moreover, you
agree that you will not (and will not attempt to) modify, prepare
derivative works of, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble,
or otherwise attempt to create source code from the software. No
title to or ownership in the Intellectual Property is transferred to
you. All applicable rights of the Intellectual Property shall
remain with SAMSUNG and its suppliers.
Samsung Telecommunications America (STA),
L.P.
Headquarters:
Customer Care Center:
1301 E. Lookout Drive
1000 Klein St.
Richardson, TX 75082
Plano, TX 75074
Toll Free Tel: 1.888.987.HELP (4357)
Fax: 972.801.6065
Internet Address: http://www.samsungusa.com
©2006 Samsung Telecommunications America, L.P. is a
registered trademark of Samsung Electronics America, Inc. and
its related entities.
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Licensed by Qualcomm Incorporated under one or more of the
following patents: U.S. Patent No. 4, 901, 307; 5, 056, 109; 5, 099, 204;
5, 101, 501; 5, 103, 459; 5, 107, 225; 5, 109, 390.
Printed in Korea
GH68-07489A
Openwave® is a registered Trademark of Openwave, Inc.
RSA® is a registered Trademark of RSA Security, Inc.
VibeTonz® is a registered Trademark of Immersion Corporation.
Disclaimer of Warranties; Exclusion of Liability
EXCEPT AS SET FORTH IN THE EXPRESS WARRANTY
CONTAINED ON THE WARRANTY PAGE ENCLOSED WITH
THE PRODUCT, THE PURCHASER TAKES THE PRODUCT "AS
IS", AND SAMSUNG MAKES NO EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT
TO THE PRODUCT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE
MERCHANTABILITY OF THE PRODUCT OR ITS FITNESS FOR
ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE; THE DESIGN,
CONDITION OR QUALITY OF THE PRODUCT; THE
PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCT; THE WORKMANSHIP
OF THE PRODUCT OR THE COMPONENTS CONTAINED
THEREIN; OR COMPLIANCE OF THE PRODUCT WITH THE
REQUIREMENTS OF ANY LAW, RULE, SPECIFICATION OR
CONTRACT PERTAINING THERETO. NOTHING
CONTAINED IN THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL SHALL BE
CONSTRUED TO CREATE AN EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT
TO THE PRODUCT. IN ADDITION, SAMSUNG SHALL NOT BE
LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OF ANY KIND RESULTING
FROM THE PURCHASE OR USE OF THE PRODUCT OR
ARISING FROM THE BREACH OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY,
INCLUDING INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES, OR LOSS OF ANTICIPATED PROFITS OR
BENEFITS.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Section 1: Getting Started .................................. 9
Turning Your Phone On and Off ........................................ 10
Setting Up Voicemail ........................................................ 10
Understanding this User Manual ....................................... 11
Section 2: Understanding Your Phone ............. 13
Features of Your Phone .................................................... 14
Front View of Your Phone ................................................. 15
Command Keys ................................................................ 19
Understanding the Display Screen .................................... 21
Battery ............................................................................. 26
Removable Memory Card Storage .................................... 29
Phone Memory Storage .................................................... 29
Section 3: Call Functions .................................. 31
Making a Call ................................................................... 32
Answering a Call .............................................................. 33
Recent Calls ..................................................................... 33
Roaming .......................................................................... 37
TTY .................................................................................. 38
VoiceSignal™ .................................................................. 39
Section 4: Menu Navigation ............................. 51
Menu Navigation .............................................................. 52
Menu Outline ................................................................... 54
Section 5: Entering Text ................................... 61
Changing the Text Entry Mode .......................................... 62
Using Word Mode ............................................................. 63
Entering Upper and Lower Case ....................................... 64
Entering Symbols ............................................................. 65
Entering Numbers ............................................................ 66
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Section 6: Understanding Your Contacts ......... 67
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Opening Contacts Menu ...................................................68
Adding a Contact ..............................................................69
Adding Pauses .................................................................72
Contact Groups .................................................................73
Finding a Contacts Entry ...................................................76
Editing an Existing Contact Entry ......................................77
Deleting a Contact Entry ...................................................77
Storing Numbers After a Call ............................................78
Speed Dialing ...................................................................78
My Name Card .................................................................80
Finding My Phone Number ...............................................80
Section 7: Messaging ....................................... 81
Types of Messages ...........................................................82
Retrieving New Messages ................................................82
Creating and Sending TXT Messages ................................83
Creating and Sending PIX/FLIX Messages .........................85
Receiving PIX/FLIX Messages ...........................................87
New Sketch Messages .....................................................89
Message Folders ..............................................................89
Changing Message Settings .............................................95
Voicemail .........................................................................96
E-Mail ..............................................................................97
Mobile IM .........................................................................98
Chat .................................................................................99
Section 8: Changing Your Settings ................ 101
My Account ....................................................................102
Tools ..............................................................................102
Sounds Settings .............................................................103
Display Settings .............................................................106
Phone Settings ...............................................................111
Call Settings ...................................................................119
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Bluetooth ....................................................................... 123
Memory ......................................................................... 126
Phone Info ...................................................................... 127
Section 9: Multimedia .................................... 129
Get It Now ...................................................................... 130
Get Tunes & Tones ......................................................... 131
Get PIX & FLIX ................................................................ 142
Get Fun & Games ........................................................... 151
Get News & Info ............................................................. 152
Get Going ....................................................................... 153
Get Extras ...................................................................... 153
Section 10: Tools ............................................ 155
Voice Commands ........................................................... 156
Calculator ...................................................................... 156
Calendar ........................................................................ 158
Alarm Clock ................................................................... 161
World Clock .................................................................... 163
Stop Watch .................................................................... 164
Notepad ......................................................................... 165
Section 11: Mobile Web .................................. 167
Mobile Web .................................................................... 168
Launching Mobile Web ................................................... 168
Exit Mobile Web ............................................................. 168
Navigate the Web ........................................................... 169
Mobile Web Soft Keys .................................................... 169
Links .............................................................................. 171
Place a Call While Using Mobile Web .............................. 171
Section 12: Health and Safety Information .... 173
Health and Safety Information ........................................ 174
Consumer Information on Wireless Phones ..................... 177
Road Safety ................................................................... 186
Operating Environment ................................................... 189
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Using Your Phone Near Other Electronic Devices ............190
Potentially Explosive Environments .................................192
Emergency Calls .............................................................193
FCC Notice and Cautions ................................................194
Other Important Safety Information .................................195
Product Performance ......................................................196
Availability of Various Features/Ring Tones .....................197
Battery Standby and Talk Time .......................................198
Battery Precautions ........................................................198
Care and Maintenance ....................................................200
Section 13: Warranty Information .................. 203
Standard Limited Warranty .............................................204
Index ............................................................... 211
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Section 1: Getting Started
Topics Covered
• Turning Your Phone On and Off
• Setting Up Voicemail
• Understanding this User Manual
Section 1: Getting Started
Section 1
This section allows you to start using your phone by
activating your service, setting up your voicemail,
contacting customer support, or getting an
understanding of how this manual is put together.
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Turning Your Phone On and Off
Turning Your Phone On
1. Open the flip, then press
.
Note: As with any other radio-transmitting device, do not touch the internal
antenna as it affects call quality and may cause the phone to operate at a
higher power level than is necessary. The internal antenna is located along
the top on the back side of your phone.
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2. Your service provider’s name momentarily appears in the
display and the phone begins searching for a network
signal.
3. Once the phone finds a signal, the time, date, and day
appear in the display.
4. You’re now ready to place and receive calls.
If the phone is outside the Verizon Wireless coverage area
the roaming icon
appears in the top of the display.
Turn Your Phone Off
Press and hold
powers off.
for two or more seconds. Your phone
Setting Up Voicemail
Voicemail allows callers to leave voice messages, which
can be retrieved any time.
Note: Once your voicemail account has been set up, you can use the
Voicemail selection 7 (under the Messaging menu) to view details of voice
messages in your voicemail box.
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Understanding this User Manual
Voicemail Setup
1. In standby mode, press and hold the
,
,
,
.
key or press
2. Follow the prompts in the new user tutorial to setup your
mailbox.
Listen to Voicemail
1. In standby mode, press and hold the
,
,
,
.
key or press
3. Follow the recorded prompts to listen to messages,
change administrative options, and so on.
Understanding this User Manual
The chapters of this manual generally follow the same
order as the menus and sub-menus in your phone. A
robust index for quick reference to most features begins
on page 211.
Also included is important safety information that you
should know before using your phone. Most of this
information is near the back of the guide, beginning on
page 173.
Notes and Tips
Throughout this guide are icons and text that are set apart
from the rest. These are intended to point out important
information, quick methods for activating features, to
define terms, and more. The definitions for these methods
are as follows:
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2. You are then prompted to enter your password followed
by
key.
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• Notes: Explain alternative options within the current feature,
menu, or sub-menu.
• Tips: Provide quick or innovative methods for performing
functions related to the subject at hand.
• Important: Points out important information about the current
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feature that could affect performance, or even damage your
phone.
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Section 2: Understanding Your Phone
Topics Covered
• Features of Your Phone
• Front View of Your Phone
• Command Keys
• Understanding the Display Screen
• Battery
• Removable Memory Card Storage
• Phone Memory Storage
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Section 2
This section outlines some key features of your phone. It
also displays the screen and the icons that are displayed
when the phone is in use.
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Features of Your Phone
• Domestic and international voice and text messaging service (available
on participating networks).
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• High speed data (CDMA 2000 1x Technology)
• EVDO 1x Technology
• Global Positioning (GPS) Technology
• PIM Functions
• MMS Messaging
• TXT Messaging
• PIX Messaging
• FLIX Messaging
• E-mail Messaging
• Mobile IM
• Chat
• 1.3 Mega Pixel Camera
• Camcorder
• Advance Speech Recognition
• Speakerphone
• microSD™/TransFlash™ Memory Card Slot
• Phone Memory Storage
• Music Player
• Bluetooth® Wireless Technology **
• VibeTonz®
**The SCH-a930 supports the following Bluetooth profiles: Headset, Handsfree, Serial
Port and Dial Up Networking. The SCH-a930 does not support Bluetooth OBEX profiles.
Go to www.verizonwireless.com/bluetoothchart to check vehicle/accessory
compatibility.
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Front View of Your Phone
Front View of Your Phone
The following illustrations show the main elements of
your phone:
Open View
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Section 2: Understanding Your Phone
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Features
1. Earpiece: The earpiece allows you to hear the other
caller.
2. Internal LCD: Displays all the information needed to
operate your phone.
3. Navigation Keys: This key allows you to scroll through
the phone menu options.
4. Left Soft Key Option: This key is used to navigate through
menus and applications by selecting the choice available
in the Left Soft key Option.
5. Camera/Camcorder Key: This key allows you to activate
the camera. Press and hold to activate the camcorder.
6. Send Key: Allows you to place or receive a call. In
standby mode, press the key once to access the recent
call log.
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7. Clear Key: Deletes characters from the display when you
are in text entry mode. Press to return to the previous
menu or screen when navigating features on your phone.
8. Special Function Keys: Enters special characters.
Performs various functions.
9. Power/Accessory Connector: The power/accessory
interface connector is used to plug in the charging
accessories and also connect any available accessory
cables to your phone.
10. Microphone: The Microphone allows the other caller to
hear you clearly when you are speaking to them.
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Front View of Your Phone
11. Alpha-numeric Keys: Use these keys to enter numbers,
letters, and characters.
12. End Key: Ends a call. If you press and hold the END key,
the power goes On or Off. When you receive an incoming
call, press to mute the ringer and send the call to
voicemail.
13. Speech Recognition Key: Press to activate Voice Signal.
14. Center/OK Key: Pressing when navigating through a
menu accepts the highlighted choice in a menu.
15. Right Soft Key: This key is used to navigate through
menus and applications by selecting the choice available
in the Right Soft key Option.
16. Headset Jack: Allows you to plug in an optional headset
for safe, convenient conversations.
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Section 2: Understanding Your Phone
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Closed View
Features
1. Volume Key: Allows you to adjust the master volume in
standby mode (with the flip open) or adjust the voice
volume during a call. To mute the ringer during an
incoming call, press the volume key up or down. When
the flip is closed, press and hold the key, and sub LCD
displays.
2. External LCD Display: External LCD shows signal and
battery strength, time, day, and date. It also displays
incoming calls or messages.
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Command Keys
3. Speakerphone Key: Press this key to enable/disable the
speakerphone option.
4. Rewind Key: Music rewind key.
5. Play/Pause Key: Music play or pause key.
6. Fast Forward Key: Music fast forward key.
7. Speaker: Music, Ringtones, and Sounds are played
through the speaker.
8. microSD™/TransFlash™ Card Slot: This expansion slot
allows you to insert a microSD™/TransFlash™ memory
card to add additional memory and storage capacity.
9. Flash: The built-in flash has manual and automatic
capabilities.
10. Rotating Camera Lens: The lens of your built-in camera/
camcorder.
Command Keys
Left Soft Key
Some functions of the left soft key are as follows.
• In standby mode, press the Message (left) soft key
to
open the Message menu.
• When the left soft key function is Settings, press the Settings
(left) soft key
to view settings for the feature.
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Functions for the soft keys are defined by what appears
above each in the display. There are two soft keys, the left
and the right soft key
.
soft key
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• When the left soft key function is Edit, press the Edit (left) soft
key
to edit a Contact or Profile setting.
Right Soft Key
Some functions of the right soft key are as follows.
• In standby mode, press the Contacts (right) soft key
to
open your Contacts list.
• When the right soft key function is Options, press the Options
(right) soft key
to view more options for the current menu.
Clear Key
The CLR key
is used to erase or clear numbers, text,
or symbols from the display. You can also use
to
return to a previous menu or to return to standby mode
from any menu.
1. If you enter an incorrect character, briefly press
backspace (and delete) the character.
to
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2. To erase the previous word in a sentence, press and hold
.
3. To back up one menu level, briefly press
.
4. To return to standby mode from any menu, press and
hold
until you return to standby mode.
End Key
1. Press and hold the End key
off.
2. Briefly press
to turn your phone on or
once to disconnect a call.
3. Press
to return to standby mode from any menu, or
to cancel the last input.
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Understanding the Display Screen
Send Key
The Send key
is used to answer calls, dial calls, and to
recall the last number(s) dialed, received, or missed.
1. Press
once to answer calls.
2. Enter a number and briefly press
to make a call.
3. Briefly press
in standby mode to display a list of
recent calls to and from your phone.
4. Press
twice in standby mode to call the most
recently dialed, received, or missed number.
5. Press
to pick up a waiting call. Press
switch back to the other call.
again to
Navigation Key
Use the directional keys on the navigation key to browse
menus, sub-menus, and lists. Each key also acts as a
shortcut to launch applications. The down navigation
key is user-definable.
Use the speakerphone key to switch from using the
earpiece to the speakerphone before or during a call. Use
the volume keys (located on the left side of your phone)
adjust the volume. Press the speakerphone key to enable
and disable the speakerphone option.
Understanding the Display Screen
The display is reserved for icons that indicate network
status, battery power, signal strength, and more. The
following table lists some display icons and their
descriptions.
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Speakerphone Key
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Display icons
Signal Strength: Always appears when your phone is
on and indicates the current signal strength. More bars
indicate a stronger signal.
Standalone Mode: Appears when Standalone Mode is
on. When on, all RF functions for your phone are
disabled, and you cannot use your phone to place or
receive calls.
Roaming Indicator: Your phone is outside your home
area. While roaming, another wireless provider may be
handling your call. The service rate for the call may be
higher than those made from within your home area.
Please refer to Verizon Wireless for roaming rates.
Digital: Appears when your phone is receiving digital
data.
1X Protocol: Indicates your phone is using the CDMA 1X
protocol.
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EVDO: Appears when your phone is using the EVDO
protocol.
EVDO/1X: The EVDO/1X protocol is capable of highspeed broadband data (3G).
Note: 1X protocol is available only in the Verizon Wireless network.
EVDO/2G: Indicates your phone is using the EVDO 2G
protocol.
SSL: Indicates the secure socket layer is active transmits
your communications over the internet in an encrypted
format.
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Understanding the Display Screen
Voice Privacy: Prevents eavesdropping over a CDMA
traffic channel.
No service indicator: Your phone cannot find a signal
because you’re outside a service area. You cannot make
or receive calls. Wait for a signal or move to an open area
to find a signal. This indicator always appears when you
first turn on your phone and disappears once service is
located.
Dormant: Indicates no incoming or outgoing data.
Voice Call: Indicates a call in progress. When dialing a
number, this icon flashes until the call connects.
Data Call: Indicates a call in progress. When dialing a
number, this icon flashes until the call connects.
E911: Global Positioning Service (GPS) for 911 is set to
On for emergency calls only.
Location On: Global Positioning Service is set to On for
location and 911 calls.
Bluetooth Connected: Indicates Bluetooth wireless
technology is active and connected.
Battery Level: More bars indicate a greater charge.
When the battery is low, an empty battery icon flashes
and the phone sounds an alert, which indicates your
phone is about to shut down.
TTY: Indicates that TTY is enabled.
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Bluetooth: Indicates that Bluetooth wireless technology
is active.
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All Sounds Off: The ringer is silenced for all alerts,
incoming calls, and incoming messages. The phone alerts
you by a flashing service LED.
Alarm Only: Your phone will only ring when the set
alarm sounds.
Vibrate Only: Your phone vibrates upon receiving a call.
Speakerphone: Your phone switches to speakerphone
instead of earpiece.
Missed Calls: Your phone displays this icon when calls
are missed.
New Message: You’ve received a new text, page or
web alert message. You’re also notified of a new
message by animations and sound. You have one or
more unread voicemail messages in your voicemail box.
(Only applicable on Verizon Wireless Network.)
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Calendar Appointment: Your phone displays this icon
when you have a calendar appointment scheduled.
Voicemail: You’ve received a voicemail message, page
or web alert message.
Alarm On: Indicates that your phone has a set alarm.
Auto Answer: Automatic answer is enabled. Your
phone automatically picks up calls after the designated
time with hands-free car kit connected, stereo headset
or when your bluetooth headset or bluetooth hands-free
car kit is connected.
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Understanding the Display Screen
Dialogue boxes
Dialogue boxes prompt for action, inform you of status, or
warn of situations such as low memory. Dialogue boxes
and their definitions are outlined below.
• Choice
• Example: “Save message draft?”
• Reconfirm
• Example: “Delete all received messages?”
• Performing
• Example: “Sending...” “Connecting...”
• Completed
• Example: “Message sent successfully!”
• Information
• Example: “New Message”
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• Error
• Example: “System Error!”
• Warning
• Example: “Battery Low,” “Memory Full!”
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Battery
Note: This phone comes packaged with a partially charged rechargeable
standard Li-Ion battery and travel charger.
Important: Although the phone can be used while the battery is charging,
the battery must be fully charged before first use, otherwise you could
damage the battery.
Using A Non-Supported Battery
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Samsung handsets do not
support the use of a nonsupported battery.
When using a non-supported
battery you will hear a series of
beeps and you will see a warning
message that indicates “NON
SUPPORTED BATTERY SEE
USER GUIDE.” If you receive
this warning, battery charging
has been disabled.
Samsung charging accessories (i.e. travel adapter, and
cigarette lighter adapter) will onlycharge a Samsung
approved battery.
To continue use of your Samsung handset press
.
Note: When using a non-supported battery the handset can only be used
for the duration of the life of the battery and cannot be recharged.
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Battery
Important: Using a non-supported battery may cause damage to your
phone. Use a Samsung supported battery only.
Install the Battery
1. Slide the battery cover down and lift up to remove it.
2. Insert the top end of the
battery in the direction of the
arrow printed on the battery
into the phone housing. The
gold contacts on the top of
the battery should match up
with those on the phone.
3. Push the bottom end of the
battery down until it snaps
into place.
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4. Slide the battery cover up
until it snaps into place.
Remove the Battery
1. Slide the battery cover down
and lift up to remove it.
2. Use your finger to lift the
battery (bottom end first) up
and away from the phone.
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Charge the Battery
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable standard Li-ion
battery. Only use Samsung-approved charging devices
and batteries. Samsung accessories are designed to
maximize battery life. Using other accessories may
invalidate your warranty and may cause damage.
Travel Charger
The travel charger is a convenient, light-weight charger
that rapidly charges your phone from any 120/ 220 VAC
outlet.
1. Plug the large end of the
travel charger into a
standard 120/220 VAC wall
outlet.
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2. Insert the smaller end of
the travel charger into the
charger/ accessory
connector at the bottom
end of the phone.
Note: You can use your phone while charging, however, the battery
charges faster if the phone is turned off.
Battery Indicator
The battery indicator
in the upper-right corner of the
display indicates battery power level. Four bars indicate
a full charge, while an empty icon
indicates an almost
empty battery. Two to three minutes before the battery
becomes too low to operate, a blinking empty battery icon
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Removable Memory Card Storage
appears and a tone sounds. If you continue to operate
the phone without charging, it shuts down.
Removable Memory Card Storage
Note: Your phone does not come with the microSD™/TransFlash™
memory card, it must be purchased as an accessory. See your service
provider for more information.
The following file types can be saved to the removable
microSD™/TransFlash™ memory card:
• My PIX: Pictures you have saved from a PIX message or taken
using your phone.
• My FLIX: Video Clips you have saved from a FLIX message or
taken using your phone.
• My Music: Music you have downloaded directly from the V
CAST Music catalog or music you have transferred from your
PC using Sync Music.
• My Sounds: Sounds you have recorded using your phone or
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saved from a PIX message with Sound attached.
Phone Memory Storage
The following file types can be saved to the phone
memory storage area:
• My PIX: Pictures you have saved from a PIX message,
downloaded via the “Get It Now” application, or taken using
your phone.
• My FLIX: Video Clips you have saved from a FLIX message,
downloaded via the “Get It Now” application, or taken using
your phone.
• My Ringtones: Ringtones you have downloaded via the “Get It
Now” application, or saved from a PIX message with Ringtone
attached.
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• My Music: Music you have downloaded directly from the V
CAST Music catalog or music you have transferred from your
PC using Sync Music.
• My Sounds: Sounds you have downloaded, recorded using
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your phone, or saved from a PIX message with Sound attached.
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Section 3: Call Functions
Topics Covered
• Making a Call
• Answering a Call
• Recent Calls
• Roaming
• TTY
• VoiceSignal®
This section allows you to make or answer a call. It also
includes the features and functionality associated with
making or answering a call.
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Section 3: Call Functions
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Making a Call
1. At the standby screen, enter the number you want to call
using the keypad.
2. Press
.
Making Calls Using Contacts
Contacts are entries that you create to store names,
numbers, and other information for people or groups of
interest. If you’ve already entered information into your
Contacts list, you can recall and dial the contact easily.
See "Adding a Contact" on page 69 for information on
creating contacts.
1. At the standby screen, press the right soft key
Contacts.
2. Press the or keys on the side of your phone or the
navigation up and down keys until the contact that you
want to call is highlighted.
Tip: To quickly locate a name, press (or multi-press) any key on the
keypad that corresponds to the first, second, and/or third letters of the
contact’s name.
3. When the desired contact is highlighted, press
VIEW. Details for the contact appear in the display.
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4. If the entry contains more than one number, use
to highlight the desired number.
5. Press
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to call the number.
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Answering a Call
Answering a Call
When you receive an incoming call, the Incoming screen
appears in the display, press the
key to answer the call
) soft key to send the call to voicemail, or
or Ignore (
) soft key to silence the ringer.
Quiet (
Note: To change the answer options, see "Answer Options" on page 119.
Answering Call-Waiting Calls
• When you receive a call while on a call, the Incoming screen
displays. You can press
and answer the new call or let the
new call go to your voicemail.
• If you choose
and answer the incoming call, the original
caller is placed on call waiting. To return to your original call
when you finish with an incoming call, press the
Send key.
Recent Calls
When you place, miss, or receive a call, a record of the call
is saved in Recent Calls, which is a listing of the different
types of calls you can either receive or make. These types
of calls are listed below.
• Missed: Displays any missed calls.
• Received: Displays any received calls that were answered.
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• Dialed: Displays all outgoing calls made from your phone.
• All: Displays all missed, received, and outgoing calls made
from your phone.
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Viewing Call Information
Recent Calls retains information such as the duration,
date and time, and whether the call was received, dialed,
or missed.
1. At the standby screen, press the
key or press
MENU then press the right navigation key to highlight
RECENT CALLS. Press the up or down navigation
key to highlight the call log that contains the number you
want to view and press
.
2. Press the down navigation key to highlight the desired
number.
3. Once the desired number is highlighted, press
OPEN.
4. The following options appear in the display:
• “type” call: Where “type” indicates if the call was missed,
dialed, or received.
• Name: If the caller is in your Contacts list, their name is listed
here. This option only appears if the caller is in your Contacts
list.
• Number: Displays the telephone number as well as the
appropriate icon to indicate mobile, work, or home number.
• Time: The time of the call.
• Date: The date of the call.
• Duration: The duration of the calls made or receive.
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5. Press the right soft key
following options:
Options to display the
• Save: Save the number to your Contacts list.
• Details: Shows details of caller if they are in your Contacts
list. Otherwise, this option is not displayed.
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• Erase: Delete the call from Call History.
• Lock/Unlock: locks or unlocks the entry to prevent
accidental deletion.
• Erase All: Delete the entire Call History list at one time.
• View Timers: Select to view the call timers for your phone.
6. Press the down navigation key to highlight an option.
Press
to enter the highlighted option’s sub-menu.
Call History Icons
When you view Recent Calls, an icon to the left of the
number indicates the type of call.
Indicates a Missed call
Indicates a Dialed call
Indicates a Received call
Making Calls Using Call History
1. At the standby screen, press
then press up or down
navigation key until the desired number is highlighted.
2. Press
to call the highlighted number. Or, you can
press
OPEN, then press
to call the highlighted
number.
Creating or Updating Contacts Using Call History
2. Press the right soft key
highlighted. Press
.
Options. Save is
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1. At the standby screen, press
then press up or down
navigation key until the desired number is highlighted.
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3. Use the up or down navigation keys to highlight Create
New or Update Existing. Press
.
4. Use the up or down navigation keys to highlight one of
the following options:
•
•
•
•
•
Mobile 1
Mobile 2
Home
Work
Fax
5. Press
to add a new contact, and then enter
information.
6. Use the navigation keys to enter additional information
for the entry and then press
SAVE.
Delete Call History Entries
1. At the standby screen, press
then press up or down
navigation key until the desired number is highlighted.
2. Press the right soft key
appears in the display.
Options. A pop-up menu
3. Press the down navigation key to highlight Erase and
press
. Select Yes or No at the ERASE ENTRY? popup screen.
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4. Press
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Roaming
Delete All Call History Entries
1. At the standby screen, press
2. Press the right soft key
appears in the display.
.
Options. A pop-up menu
3. Press the down navigation key to highlight Erase All and
press
. Select Yes or No at the ERASE ALL
ENTRIES? pop-up screen.
4. Press
.
Roaming
What is Roaming?
Your phone can roam on other digital networks. Roaming
occurs when you travel outside a pre-designated
coverage area. The roaming icon displays when roaming
is active and extra charges may apply when making or
receiving calls.
Note: Some features may be unavailable while roaming.
Roaming Options
The following roaming options are available:
• Home Only - Your phone is available for normal operation only
in the designated coverage area.
• Automatic-A: The preferred roaming list is used to acquire
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service. If no preferred systems are found, any digital "A"
system is acquired.
• Automatic-B: The preferred roaming list is used to acquire
service. If no preferred systems are found, any digital "B"
system is acquired.
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Note: Contact your service provider for information regarding preferred
systems.
To change your Roaming option, follow these steps:
1. Press
MENU. Use the right navigation key to
highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
2. Press
Phone Settings.
3. Press
System Select.
4. Use the up or down navigation keys to choose the setting
you want, and press
.
TTY
Your phone is fully TTY compatible. Connect the TTY
equipment to the headset jack, which is located on the
right side of the phone. Before you can use your phone
with a TTY device, you’ll need to enable TTY functions in
the phone.
1. Press
MENU. Use the right navigation key to
highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
2. Press
Call Settings.
3. Press
TTY Mode. The TTY Mode screen displays.
4. A warning appears in the display stating “ENABLING
TTY WILL DISABLE HEADSET AUDIO. CONTINUE?”
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Use the up or down navigation key to highlight Yes and
press
to proceed to TTY MODE screen.
Use the up or down navigaton key to highlight No and
press
to return to Call Settings menu.
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5. Use the up or down navigation keys to select one of the
following:
•
•
•
•
TTY Full
TTY + Talk (VCO)
TTY + Hear (HCO)
TTY Off
6. Press
to make your selection. The TTY MODE SET
screen displays.
VoiceSignal™
VoiceSignal is advanced speech recognition software
that can be used to activate a wide-variety of functions
on your phone. VoiceSignal software automatically voice
activates all contacts for voice dialing and searching, no
pre-recording or training needed. Speak phone numbers
naturally to dial, and use voice commands to launch
applications and navigate phone menus.
VoiceSignal Settings
You can adjust the settings and preferences for
VoiceSignal by opening Voice Commands menu. Using
this menu, you can change the following Voice Command
features:
• Tips for adapting Digit Dial
• Digit Dial Adaptation
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• Reset Digit Dial Adaptation
• Call Digit Dialing
• Call Name Dialing
• Send Text Msg.
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• Send Picture
• Name Lookup
• Opening Apps
• Checking Phone Status
To access the VoiceSignal Settings menu, follow these
steps:
1. At the standby screen, press
MENU. Use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
2. Press
Tools, then
Voice Settings.
Voice Commands, and
3. Use the navigation keys to select the setting you want to
change. The following options are available:
• Choice Lists: If VoiceSignal is not absolutely confident that it
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has correctly identified a name or number, it can display a
choice list of up to three possibilities, and prompt you to
confirm the correct one. You can control when choice lists
appear by changing the Choice Lists setting to the following:
• Automatic: VoiceSignal displays a choice list when it is not
confident it has identified the correct choice from among
multiple alternatives.
• Always On: When there are multiple alternatives,
VoiceSignal always displays a choice list.
• Always Off: VoiceSignal never displays a choice list. Instead,
the application picks the best from among the possible
choices.
• Sensitivity: In VoiceSignal, sensitivity controls the balance
between rejecting too much, which means the phone
frequently does not recognize names, numbers, or
commands, and rejecting too little, which means it
frequently recognizes something even if nothing was said.
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You can also access the VoiceSignal Settings menu by
following these steps:
1. In standby mode, press the
key.
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When VoiceSignal rejects an utterance, it displays a
message such as “Please repeat…” or “No match found.” If
you frequently experience these messages, you might be
able to get better recognition by adjusting the Sensitivity
setting toward Reject Less. If you frequently experience
false activations (VoiceSignal detects a wrong match), you
might be able to get better performance by adjusting the
Sensitivity setting toward Reject More.
• Digit Dialing: Use the Digit Dialing menu to adapt digit
dialing to your voice.
• Adapt Digits: Lets you adapt digits, which can improve
voice recognition of phone numbers. Adaptation takes about
180 seconds.
• Reset Digits: Erases any digit adaptation you have done and
resets digit recognition to the factory default. If you have not
adapted digits, this option is grayed out.
• Sound: You can customize the VoiceSignal user interface by
turning playback on or off for prompts, names, and numbers.
You can also change the speed and volume of name
playback.
• Prompts: Turns playback on or off for prompts such as
“Say a command.”
• Digits: Turns playback on or off for digits, for example, when
confirming a phone number.
• Names: Turns playback on or off for names.
• Name Settings: Adjusts the speed and volume of name
playback.
• About: Displays information about VoiceSignal including
version number, build number, and device number.
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2. Press the left soft key
Settings.
3. Use the navigation keys to select the setting you want to
change.
Adapting VoiceSignal
Voice dialing works well for most people without special
adaptation. However, people with strong accents or
unique voice characteristics may receive better results
after adapting the system to match their voices.
You should adapt Digit Dial only if the system is
frequently unable to recognize your speech. After you
adapt Digit Dial, your phone is customized to your voice,
and your voice only. Others will not be able to use it unless
they reset the phone to factory defaults.
Adaptation involves recording several digit sequences to
adapt the system to the unique properties of your voice.
The adaptation process takes about three minutes.
Tips for adapting Digit Dial
• Adapt digits in a quiet place.
• Make sure you wait for the beep before starting to speak.
• Speak clearly, and say each digit distinctly.
• If you make a mistake while recording a sequence of digits, or if
there is an unexpected noise that spoils the recording, rerecord that sequence.
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• Only adapt digits if you regularly have problems with digit
dialing. Once adapted, digit dialing will not work as well for
other people using your phone.
• Adapt Digit Dial to your voice.
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Digit Dial Adaptation
To access the Adapt Digits menu, follow these steps:
1. At the standby screen, press
MENU. Use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
2. Press
Tools, then
Voice Commands.
3. Press
Voice Settings, then
4. Adapt Digits is highlighted. Press
Digit Dialing.
.
5. A short description of the Adapt Digits displays.
6. Read the description until you are comfortable to
proceed, then press
.
7. Your phone displays the first digit sequence and “Please
say” plays through the speaker followed by the four
digits appearing in the display.
Wait for the beep and repeat the digits using your normal
tone of voice.
8. After a moment, the phone plays back the recording and
prompts “Did the recording sound ok?” If the recording
was good, say “Yes.” If you need to re-record, say “No.”
If you say “No,” the phone prompts you to pronounce the
digits again. Wait for the beep and then re-record.
Repeat this step until you’re satisfied with the recording.
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9. After confirming that the recording sounds ok, repeat
the recording process with the next set of digits. After
ten sets of digits, the phone indicates that adaptation is
complete.
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Reset Digit Dial Adaptation
This option erases an adaptation and resets Digit Dial to
its original state.
1. At the standby screen, press
MENU. Use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
2. Press
Tools, then
Voice Commands.
3. Press
Voice Settings, then
Digit Dialing.
4. Highlight
Reset Digits and press
. The Reset
Digit Adaptation screen displays requesting confirmation
of reset.
Note: If you have not performed the Adapt Digits function, the Reset Digits
option will not be accessible.
5. Press
to proceed. Digit Adaptation Reset is
completed.
VoiceSignal Commands
The following is a list of functions that you can perform
using VoiceSignal speech recognition on your phone.
• Call <Name> <Loc.>: Dial by saying a Name in your Contacts
List or a Name and a Location (home, work, mobile).
• Call <Number>: Dial by saying the number you want.
• Send Text<Name>: Send a text message to a number or to
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someone in your Contacts List.
• Send Picture <Name>: Send a PIX message to a number or to
someone in your Contacts List.
• Lookup <Name>: Open the contact record for any name in
your Contacts List.
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• Go to <Menu>: Open any application installed on your device.
• Check <Item>: Provides details of your coverage, signal
strength, and battery level.
Call Digit Dialing
Digit Dial allows you to dial any phone number by simply
speaking the digits into the phone. No training is
necessary, and Digit Dial is programmed to understand
natural speech.
1. In standby mode, press the
key.
2. After a brief pause, a list of optional commands appears
in the display and the audio prompt “Say a command”
plays through the earpiece or speakerphone--if it is
enabled.
3. Say “Call” at a distance of 3-12 inches from the phone in
a natural voice.
4. “Say the name or number” plays through the earpiece.
5. To use Digit Dialing, say the area code and number that
you want to dial into the microphone, clearly and
naturally.
6. The number that you said is repeated through the
earpiece and your phone dials the number.
7. If VoiceSignal is not sure of the number that you said, a
list of possible matches appears in the display.
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8. You’re asked to confirm the correct number as
VoiceSignal displays the results. Say “Yes” or “No” to
confirm or reject the number when prompted.
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Call Name Dialing
To use Name Dial, you’ll need to have entries stored in
your Contacts list. See page 69 for information on creating
a Contacts list.
1. In standby mode, press the
key.
2. After a brief pause, a list of optional commands appears
in the display and the audio prompt “Say a command”
plays through the earpiece.
3. Say “Call” at a distance of 3-12 inches from the phone in
a natural voice.
4. “Say the name or number” plays through the earpiece or
speakerphone--if it is enabled.
5. To use Name Dialing, say the name of the contact that
you want to dial.
6. The name that you said is repeated through the earpiece
and your phone dials the number.
7. If VoiceSignal is not sure of the number that you said, a
list of possible matches appears in the display.
8. You’re asked to confirm the correct number as
VoiceSignal displays the results. Say “Yes” or “No” to
confirm or reject the number when prompted.
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9. The location is repeated through the earpiece and your
phone dials the number.
Send Text MSG
1. In standby mode, press the
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2. A list of commands appears in the display and the audio
prompt “Say a command” plays through the earpiece or
speakerphone--if it is enabled.
3. Say “Send Text” at a distance of 3-12 inches from the
microphone. “Say the name or number” plays through
the earpiece or speakerphone.
4. Say the name exactly as it is displayed in your Contacts
list, first name followed by last name.
5. The contact name appears in the To: field. See "Creating
and Sending TXT Messages" on page 83 for more
information.
Send Picture
Send Picture allows you to access PIX message, you can
use entries stored in My PIX or you can take a picture of
an image using the camera.
1. In standby mode, press the
key.
2. A list of commands appears in the display and the audio
prompt “Say a command” plays through the earpiece or
speakerphone--if it is enabled.
3. Say “Send Picture ” at a distance of 3-12 inches from
the microphone. “Say the name or number” plays
through the earpiece or speakerphone.
5. The contact name appears in the To: field. See "Creating
and Sending PIX/FLIX Messages" on page 85 for more
information.
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4. Say the name exactly as it is displayed in your Contacts
list, first name followed by last name.
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Name Lookup
To perform a name lookup, you’ll need to have some
entries in your Contacts list.
1. In standby mode, press the
key.
2. A list of commands appears in the display and the audio
prompt “Say a command” plays through the earpiece or
speakerphone--if it is enabled.
3. Say “Lookup” at a distance of 3-12 inches from the
microphone. “Say the name or number” plays through
the earpiece or speakerphone.
4. Say the name exactly as it is displayed in your Contacts
list, first name followed by last name.
5. The contact name appears in the display with other
information that you’ve entered for that contact.
Opening Apps
To open any application on your phone using VoiceSignal
perform the following.
1. In standby mode, press the
key.
2. A list of commands appears in the display and the audio
prompt “Say a command” plays through the earpiece or
speakerphone--if it is enabled.
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3. Say “Go To” at a distance of 3-12 inches from the
microphone. A list of options displays and a prompt of
“Please choose” plays through the earpiece or
speakerphone.
4. The menu option spoken opens.
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Checking Phone Status
1. In standby mode, press the
key.
2. A list of commands appears in the display and the audio
prompt “Say a command” plays through the earpiece or
speakerphone--if it is enabled.
3. Say “Check” at a distance of 3-12 inches from the
microphone. “Please choose” plays through the earpiece
or speakerphone.
4. The option spoken opens.
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Topics Covered
• Menu Navigation
• Menu Outline
This section explains the menu navigation for your
phone. It also includes an outline of all the available
menus associated with your phone.
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Menu Navigation
Access menus using the navigation keys, two soft keys
, or use a shortcut.
1. In standby mode press
MENU. The first of several
menus appear in the display.
2. Use the navigation keys to browse phone menus.
3. Press
to enter the menu or sub-menu presently
appearing in the display.
Return to the Previous Menu
Press
to return to the previous menu.
Navigate Using Shortcuts
You can also access menus and sub-menus using menu
numbers. This method is often called a “shortcut.” To
shortcut to a menu or sub-menu, press
MENU, then
enter the menu and/or sub-menu number(s) for the
feature in question. Use "Navigation Key Shortcuts" on
page 53, for looking up the menu shortcut number.
1. In standby mode, press
menu is launched.
MENU. The
CONTACTS
2. Press the number of the menu. Example, press
Groups,
Business.
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Menu Navigation
Navigation Key Shortcuts
The Shortcut menu is set to Calendar by default, but it can
be customized to select other functions instead.
In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Phone Settings
Shortcut Key. The
shortcut key list displays. Use the navigation key to
change the setting and press
to save your selection.
The In-Use Option
Access numerous menus and features even while in a call.
Note: If the call is disconnected while accessing the In-Use Option, the InUse Option disappears from the display and the phone eventually returns to
standby mode.
1. While in a call, press the right soft key
Options. The
following menu items appear in the display.
• Message: Open the Messages menu.
• Contacts: Open the contacts to view.
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In standby mode, press a navigation key (as illustrated
below) to launch its corresponding application.
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• Recent Calls: Display your recent incoming, missed and
outgoing calls.
• Send DTMF: Allows you to send your phone number as
DTMF tones to the another person.
• Voice Privacy: Prevent recipients of your calls from seeing
your number on their display. Select from standard or
enhanced options.
• Location: Identifies your location to the network.
• Voice Memo: Record a voice memo.
2. Use the navigation key to highlight a menu. Press
to
open the highlighted menu or to activate the feature.
Menu Outline
The following list shows the menu structure and indicates
the number assigned to each option.
GET IT NOW
1: Get Tunes & Tones
1: Get V CAST Music
2: Get New Ringtones
1: Get New App.
3: My Ringtones
1: Get New Ringtones
1: Get New App.
4: My Music
Get V CAST Music
Play All Songs
5: My Sounds
1: Record New
6: Sync Music
7: Manage Music
2: Get PIX & FLIX
1: Get V CAST Video
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2: Get New PIX
1: Get New App.
3: My PIX
4: My FLIX
5: PIX Place
6: Take PIX
7: Record FLIX
3: Get Fun & Games
1: Get New App.
4: Get News & Info
5: Get Going
1: Get New App.
6: Get Extras
1: Get New App.
MESSAGING
1: New Msg
1: TXT Msg
2: PIX Msg
3: FLIX Msg
4: Sketch Msg
5: Postcard
2: Inbox
3: Sent
4: Drafts
5: Voicemail
6: E-Mail
7: Mobile IM
8: Chat
CONTACTS
1: New Contact
2: Contact List
3: Groups
1: No Group
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2: Business
3: Colleague
4: Family
5: Friends
4: Speed Dials
5: My Name Card
RECENT CALLS
1: Missed
2: Received
3: Dialed
4: All
5: View Timers
SETTINGS & TOOLS
1: My Account
2: Tools
1: Voice Commands
1: Voice Dial
2: Voice Settings
3: Menu Readout
2: Calculator
1: Normal
2: Tip
3: Converter
3: Calendar
4: Alarm Clock
5: World Clock
6: Stop Watch
7: Notepad
3: Sounds Settings
1: Master Volume
2: Call Sounds
1: Call Ringtone
1: My Ringtones
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2: My Sounds
2: Call Vibrate
3: Alert Sounds
1: TXT Message
1: Tone
1: My Ringtones
2: My Sounds
2: Vibrate
3: Reminder
2: PIX-FLIX Msg
1: Tone
1: My Ringtones
2: My Sounds
2: Vibrate
3: Reminder
3: Voicemail Msg
1: Tone
1: My Ringtones
2: My Sounds
2: Vibrate
3: Reminder
4: Device Connect
4: Keypad Volume
5: Earpiece Volume
6: Service Alerts
1: ERI
2: Minute Beep
3: Call Connect
7: Power On/Off
1: Power On
2: Power Off
8: VibeTonz
4: Display Settings
1: Banner
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1: Personal
2: ERI Banner
2: Backlight
1: Display
1: Duration
2: Brightness
2: Keypad
3: Wallpaper
1: My PIX
2: My FLIX
4: Display Theme
5: Clock Format
6: Power On/Off
1: Power On
1: My PIX
2: Pre-loaded Animation
2: Power Off
1: My PIX
2: Pre-loaded Animation
7: Dialing Font
5: Phone Settings
1: Standalone Mode
2: Shortcut Key
3: Language
4: Location
5: Security
6: System Select
7: NAM Selection
8: PC Connection
9: Quick Search
6: Call Settings
1: Answer Options
2: Auto Retry
3: TTY Mode
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Menu Outline
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4: One Touch Dial
5: Voice Privacy
6: Call Restrictions
1: Outgoing
2: Incoming
3: Contacts
7: Data Settings
8: DTMF Tones
9: Ringer ID
0: Picture ID
7: Bluetooth
1: Add New Device
8: Memory
1: Save Options
2: Phone Memory
3: Card Memory
9: Phone Info
1: My Number
2: SW Version
3: Icon Glossary
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Section 5: Entering Text
Topics Covered
• Changing the Text Entry Mode
• Using Word Mode
• Entering Upper and Lower Case
• Entering Symbols
• Entering Numbers
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This section outlines how to select the desired text input
mode when entering characters into your phone. This
section also describes how to use the T9 predictive text
entry system to reduce the amount of key strokes
associated with entering text.
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Changing the Text Entry Mode
1. While composing a message in the Text area, press the
right soft key
Options to display the following
options:
• Add: Allows you to add more information or multimedia
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items to your message.
• Graphics: Lists preloaded and downloaded graphics to add
to the message.
• Animations: Lists preloaded and downloaded animations to
add to the message.
• Sounds: Lists preloaded and downloaded sounds to add to
the message.
• Quick Text: Choose from up to 12 pre-loaded messages.
You can add 10 additional messages by pressing the right soft
key
New and erase messages by pressing the left soft
key
Erase.
• Name Card: Select from My Name Card or Contacts to add
to the message.
• Edit Text Format: Change font size, text alignment, style,
background and color.
• Save As Draft: Save the message to your Draft folder.
• Priority Level: Save the message with a High or Normal
priority.
• Callback #: Provides the option to send a callback
number with the message.
• Validity Period: Save the message for the assigned
period of time.
• Deferred Delivery: Save the message to be delivered at
the assigned delivery date and time.
• Enh. Delivery Ack: Displays a pop-up screen notifying
the message sent has been received.
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Using Word Mode
• Add To Contacts: Save the recipients number to your
Contacts as a new entry or add to an existing entry.
2. While composing a message, press left soft key
Abc
to display a pop-up menu with the following Text Entry
Mode options:
Word
Abc
ABC
123
Symbols
Using Word Mode
Word recognizes the most commonly used word for any
sequence of key presses and inserts that word into your
message. It’s much faster than the traditional method of
text entry (Abc) and requires only one key press per letter
of the word that you’re spelling.
1. In standby mode, press the left soft key
Message,
then press
New Msg,
TXT Msg to compose a
new text message.
2. Enter the phone number or email address of the
recipient, then press the down navigation key to move to
the Text field.
3. Press the left soft key
Abc to display a pop-up menu
containing text entry mode options.
4. Abc is highlighted by default. Use the up/down
navigation keys to highlight Word, then press
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•
•
•
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Now, for practice, enter the word “Hello” into your
message by pressing each of the following keys only
once:
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H
E
L
L
O
Word recognizes that the most frequently used word for
the sequence of numbers entered. The word you just
entered is “HELLO.” If more than one word shares the
same sequence, Word provides the most common of the
two. Press
to display other words in the dictionary, if
available.
Entering Upper and Lower Case
• Enter characters while in ABC mode by pressing the key that
contains the desired characters
for “G”.
• Press the key repeatedly to cycle through other available
characters for that key.
• Pause briefly when the desired character appears in the display
to accept the character and therefore insert it into the
message.
• Press
to enter a space.
• To cycle between uppercase, lower case, and initial caps for
characters in ABC mode, briefly press
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Entering Symbols
Entering Symbols
Symbol mode enables you to enter symbols such as @ or%
into a text message.
1. In standby mode, press the left soft key
Message,
then press
New Msg,
TXT Msg to compose a
new text message.
2. Enter the phone number or email address of the
recipient, then press the down navigation key to enter
text.
4. Abc is highlighted by default. Use the up/down
navigation keys to highlight Symbols, then press
.
The first of three screens containing symbols appears in
the display.
5. Press
Prev or
Next to page through the other
symbols, if necessary.
6. Enter the key that corresponds with the symbol that you
wish to enter. For example, press
for an exclamation
point (!) on the first page of symbols.
7. Repeat steps 3 through 6 to insert as many symbols into
your message as desired.
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3. Press the left soft key
Abc to display a pop-up
menu containing the text entry mode options.
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Entering Numbers
Enter numbers into a text message while in number mode
(123). See "Changing the Text Entry Mode" on page 62 for
instructions on changing text entry modes.
1. In standby mode, press the left soft key
Message,
then press
New Msg,
TXT Msg to compose a
new text message.
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2. Enter the phone number or email address of the
recipient, then press the down navigation key to enter
text.
3. Press the left soft key
Abc to display a pop-up menu
containing the text entry mode options.
4. Abc is highlighted by default. Use the up/down
navigation keys to highlight 123, then press
.
5. Enter the key that corresponds with the number that you
wish to enter. For example, press
for the number 4.
6. When you are finished adding numbers, press the left
soft key
123 to change to another Text Entry Mode
or press
SEND to send your message.
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Section 6: Understanding Your Contacts
Topics Covered
• Opening Contacts Menu
• Adding a Contact
• Adding Pauses
• Contact Groups
• Finding a Contact Entry
• Editing an Existing Contact Entry
• Deleting a Contact Entry
• Storing Numbers After a Call
• Speed Dialing
• My Name Card
• Finding My Phone Number
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This section allows you to manage your daily contacts by
storing their name and number in your Contacts menu.
Contact entries can be sorted by name, entry, or group.
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Opening Contacts Menu
The Contacts menu provides access to powerful features
such as adding Groups, creating and sending V-cards,
and viewing the phone number assigned to your phone
by Verizon Wireless.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU. The
CONTACTS
menu displays.
• New Contact: Add a number, or e-mail address to your
Contacts.
• Contact List: Find a phone number by Name.
• Groups: Add new or rename one of your five default groups.
• Speed Dials: Set a speed dial for a contact.
• My Name Card: Create a business card, which can then be
sent to others as an attachment
2. Use the navigation key to highlight the
sub-menu of your choice, then press
CONTACTS
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Contacts Icons
You can assign multiple entries to a contact. The icons in
the following table represent all available entry types
Mobile 1 icon. Enter a mobile number for the entry in this
field.
Home icon. Enter a home number for the entry in this
field.
Work icon. Enter the work number for the entry in this
field.
E-mail 1 icon. Enter an e-mail address for the entry in this
field.
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Group icon. Select an available group to associate with
the entry in this field.
Ringtone icon. Select a ringtone to associate with the
entry in this field.
Mobile 2 icon. Enter a secondary mobile number for the
entry in this field.
Fax icon. Enter a fax number for the entry in this field.
E-mail 2 icon. Enter a secondary e-mail address for the
entry in this field.
Adding a Contact
When you add information to your Contacts, you can add
it as a new entry or as an existing entry.
Method 1
1. In standby mode, press
menu opens.
CONTACTS
New Contact to enter the contact information.
3. Enter a name for the entry using the keypad.
4. Use the navigation key to highlight the appropriate type
(Mobile, Home, Work, E-mail, etc.). Once highlighted,
use the keypad to enter required information.
Use the navigation key to highlight other type fields, if
desired. Enter information using the keypad.
5. To assign a Speed Dial location after entering the
number, press the right soft key
Options. Highlight
Set Speed Dial and press
.
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2. Press
MENU, the
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Highlight an unassigned location and press
SET. A
confirmation message appears in the display, Yes is
highlighted, press
to add the Contact to the speed
dial location.
Note: Voicemail is assigned to Speed Dial location 1.
Note: You can assign a speed dial location to each number associated with
the contact (Home, Work, Mobile, Mobile 2, and Fax.).
6. When you’re finished entering information for the entry,
press
SAVE to save the entry to your Contacts.
Method 2
You can add new numbers to the Contacts by simply
entering the number while the phone is in standby mode,
then following the necessary prompts to complete the
process.
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1. In standby mode, enter the number that you wish to save
using the keypad, then press the left soft key
Save.
You’re prompted to select from Create New or Update
Existing.
2. Press
press
to enter the number as a Create New, or
to append the number to Update Existing.
3. If you selected Create New, the following types are
available.
•
•
•
•
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Mobile 1
Mobile 2
Home
Work
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Adding a Contact
•
Fax
4. If you selected Update Existing, proceed to step 8.
5. Use the up/down navigation keys to highlight the desired
entry type (mobile, home, work, etc.) then press
.
6. Enter a name for the entry using the keypad. Press the
left soft key
Abc if you wish to select a different
method of text entry, such as Word, Abc, ABC, 123, or
Symbols.
7. To assign a Speed Dial location, use the up/down
navigation key to highlight the number you would like to
assign to a Speed Dial location and press the right soft
key
Options. Highlight Set Speed Dial and press
.
Note: Voicemail is assigned to Speed Dial location 1.
Note: You can assign a speed dial location to each number associated
with the contact (Home, Work, Mobile, Mobile 2, and Fax.).
8. When you’re finished entering information for the entry,
press
SAVE. The entry is saved to your Contacts.
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Highlight an unassigned location and press
SET. A
confirmation message appears in the display, Yes is
highlighted, press
to add Contact to the speed dial
location.
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9. If you selected Update Existing, the Contact List opens
in Search mode. Use the navigation key to browse
through entries, or enter the name of the entry using the
keypad. Once you’ve highlighted the entry you wish to
append the number, press
.
10. An UPDATE EXISTING pop-up screen with a selection list
of entry types displays. Use the up or down navigation
keys to highlight the desired type then press
. The
number is appended to the selected entry and saved to
your Contacts.
Adding Pauses
Calls to automated systems often require a password or
account number. Instead of manually entering numbers
each time, store the numbers to your Contacts along with
special characters called pauses.
• Wait: A hard pause stops the calling sequence until further
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input from you.
• 2-sec pause: A two-second pause stops the calling sequence
for two seconds and then automatically sends the remaining
digits.
1. In standby mode, enter the number.
2. Press
Options use the navigation key to highlight
Wait (A “W” appears in the display.) or 2-sec Pause (A
“P” appears in the display.) and press
.
3. When you’re finished entering information for the entry,
press
SAVE. The entry is saved to your Contacts.
4. Continue with Step 2, Method 2 of Adding a Contact.
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Contact Groups
Note: Entering multiple two-second pauses extends the length of a pause.
For example, two consecutive two-second pauses cause a total pause time
of four seconds. Keep in mind pauses count as digits towards the 48-digit
maximum.
Contact Groups
You can place Contact entries into categories, called
“Groups.” Groups allow you to search your Contacts
faster, quickly send messages to one or more group
members, and more.
Note: By default, new entries to your Contacts are placed into the No Group
unless another group is specified.
View Groups
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1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press
Groups. The following groups appear in the display.
• No Group
• Business
• Colleague
• Family
• Friends
2. Use the navigation key to highlight the desired group,
then press
to access the group and view its
contents.
Move an Entry to Another Group
1. In standby mode, press the right soft key
Contacts.
Use the navigation key to highlight the contact you wish
to move.
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2. Press the left soft key
Edit. Use the up/down
navigation key to scroll to the Group option.
3. Press the left soft key
following groups:
•
•
•
•
•
Set. Choose from the
No Group
Business
Colleague
Family
Friends
4. Use the navigation key to highlight the group containing
the entry that you wish to move, then press
.
5. Press
SAVE. The selection has been saved to the
designated group.
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Create a New Group
In addition to the five groups already in your phone, you
can create additional groups (a maximum of 30). New
groups can be named anything you like as long as their
names are within the 32-character limit.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press
Groups. Your existing groups appear in the display.
2. Press the left soft key
New. A NEW GROUP pop-up
menu displays with the “Enter new name” highlighted.
3. Press
SAVE to save. The Groups list now displays
the new group added.
Send a Text Message to Members of a Group
Use Send Message in the Group feature to send a message
to as many as 10 members of a group at once.
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Contact Groups
Note: Text messaging availability varies when roaming off the Verizon
Wireless Network.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press
Groups. Your existing groups appear in the display.
2. Highlight the desired group name and press the right soft
key
Options. Highlight Send TXT Msg and press
.
3. Use the down navigation key to highlight the contacts in
the group to which you want to send a message. Press
to place a checkmark next to each selection to send
messages to.
4. Press the left soft key
contacts.
Done after selecting up to 10
Note: You can mark up to 10 members of a group for message
distribution. If you try and mark an 11th member, you’ll be notified that
“MAXIMUM RECIPIENTS IS 10”.
6. Enter the content of your message using the keypad.
7. To send the text message, press
SEND.
Send a PIX/FLIX Msg to Members of a Group
Note: Only available within Verizon Wireless Enhanced Services Area.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press
Groups. Your existing groups appear in the display.
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5. Press the down navigation key to place the cursor in the
Text field.
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2. Highlight the desired group name and press the right soft
key
Options. Highlight Send PIX/FLIX Msg and
press
.
3. Use the down navigation key to highlight the contacts in
the group to which you want to send a message. Press
to place a checkmark next to each selection to send
messages to.
4. Press the left soft key
contacts.
Done after selecting up to 10
5. The CREATE PIX/FLIX MSG screen appears. Press the
down navigation key to move the cursor into the
following entry fields:
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• Text: Add text to the PIX/FLIX Msg.
• PIX/FLIX: Add an image from the PIX or FLIX Gallery to the
message.
• Sound: Add sound to the PIX/FLIX Msg
• Subject: Add a subject to the PIX/FLIX Msg.
• Name Card: Attach a Name Card or an entry in your
Contacts to the message.
6. Once you’ve finished adding the desired content to your
PIX/FLIX Msg, press
SEND to send the PIX/FLIX Msg
to the intended recipients.
Finding a Contacts Entry
From standby mode, you can quickly open the Contacts
list. Contacts is a quick way of viewing entries you’ve
stored in the Contacts list.
1. In standby mode, press the right soft key
The Contact List displays.
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Editing an Existing Contact Entry
2. In the Search field, enter the first and second letters of
the name you wish to search until it is highlighted.
Editing an Existing Contact Entry
1. In standby mode, press
Contact List.
MENU, then press
2. Use the navigation key to highlight the contact list entry
and press the left soft key
Edit.
3. Use the navigation key to highlight the name, number, email address, or other field that you wish to edit.
4. Press
symbols.
to backspace and delete numbers, text, or
5. Press and hold
highlighted field.
to erase all numbers in the
6. Use the keypad to re-enter numbers, text, or symbols.
SAVE.
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7. When you’re finished editing the entry, press
Your changes are saved.
Deleting a Contact Entry
1. In standby mode, press
Contact List.
MENU, then press
2. Use the navigation key to display the contact list entry
and press
VIEW.
3. Press the left soft key
Erase.
4. A pop-up “ERASE ENTRY?” screen displays.
5. Highlight Yes or No, then press
.
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Storing Numbers After a Call
Once you’ve finished a call, you can store the number of
the caller to your Contact List.
Note: If the call was incoming and Caller ID information was unavailable,
then the store option is also unavailable.
1. After you press
to end your call, the call time, length
of call and phone number appears in the display.
2. Press the right soft key
Save. You’re prompted to
confirm this as a Create New, or Update Existing.
3. Follow the on-screen prompts to designate other
information.
Store a number in standby mode
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Store a phone number by entering the number in standby
mode, then press
Save. Follow the screen prompts to
assign number types and other information.
Speed Dialing
Note: 1-Touch, 2-Touch, and 3-Touch dialing allows you to call numbers
stored in your Contact List quicker.
Speed dialing allows you to press and hold a key (or keys)
to dial the number associated with those key(s). There are
three types of speed dialing; 1-touch, 2-touch, and 3-touch
dialing.
Note: Memory location 001 is reserved for voicemail.
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Speed Dialing
1-touch dialing
Call phone numbers assigned to memory locations 002 009 by pressing and holding the any of the 2 - 9 keys. For
example, to speed dial the number assigned to location 2,
press and hold
until the name and number appear in
the display and the number is dialed.
2-touch dialing
Call phone numbers assigned to keys 010 through 099 by
briefly pressing the first key, then pressing and holding
the second key. For example, to speed dial the number
assigned to 013, briefly press
, then press and hold
until the number dials.
3-touch dialing
Assign a speed dial location
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press
Speed Dials. The Speed Dials screen displays with the
first available number highlighted.
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight the number you wish
to assign or enter the speed dial location using the
keypad, press
SET.
3. The SET SPEED DIAL screen displays.
4. Use the navigation keys to highlight the entry you want,
then press
.
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Call phone numbers assigned to memory locations 100
through 999 by briefly pressing the first and second keys,
then pressing and holding the third key. For example, to
dial location number 113, briefly press
,
, then
press and hold
until the number dials.
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5. At the pop-up screen, use the navigation key to highlight
Yes or No and press
.
6. Continue to assign speed dial entries or press the
key to return to standby mode.
My Name Card
My Name Card allows you to create a virtual business
card. Once completed, you can send the card to recipients
as a V-card attachment.
1. In standby mode, press
Name Card.
MENU, then press
My
2. My Name Card opens with the Name field highlighted.
3. Enter information in each of the fields as desired. Use the
navigation key to move between fields, then use the
keypad to enter information.
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4. When finished, press
to save the Name Card.
Finding My Phone Number
My Number displays the ten-digit number assigned to
your phone.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the right
navigation key to
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
2. Press
Phone Info.
3. Press
My Number. The mobile device, phone
number, and mobile identification number are displayed.
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Section 7: Messaging
Topics Covered
• Types of Messages
• Retrieving New Messages
• Creating and Sending TXT Messages
• Creating and Sending PIX/FLIX Messages
• Receiving PIX/FLIX Messages
• New Sketch Messages
• Message Folders
• Changing Message Settings
• Voicemail
• E-Mail
• Mobile IM
• Chat
This section allows you to send or receive different types
of messages. It also includes the features and functionality
associated with messaging.
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Types of Messages
Your phone is capable of sending email, text, PIX & FLIX,
sketch, post cards and voicemail messages. Send email,
text, PIX & FLIX messages by simply entering the email
address or the phone number of the recipient in the To:
<.........> or Send To field when creating a new message.
Retrieving New Messages
While text messages from other phones are delivered
directly to your phone, PIX/FLIX messages and emails
will be stored in the Inbox of the message server and the
server will alert you to new messages. Therefore you need
to retrieve new messages to your phone and read them on
the phone.
Retrieving a Text Message
When you receive a message in standby mode, the
message ringer sounds, (unless turned off), and New Text
Msg appears in the display along with the closed
envelope icon . The date and time of the message also
appear in the display.
1. Press
to View now, or press the down navigation
key to highlight View later and press
. The message
is saved to your inbox where you can view it later.
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2. With the message open, press the right soft key
Options to Forward, Reply w/copy, Save Graphic, Save
Sound, Save Quick Text, Save Name Card, Lock, Add To
Contacts or Message Info. Press the left soft key
Erase to erase the message.
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Creating and Sending TXT Messages
3. With the message open, press
message to the sender.
REPLY to return a
Note: When viewing a TXT message, you can view the previous TXT
message by pressing the left navigation key and view the next TXT
message by pressing the right navigation key.
Creating and Sending TXT Messages
You can send text messages to another mobile phone or
to an email address.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the left
navigation key to highlight
MESSAGING, press
New Msg. Or in standby mode, press the left soft key
Message then press
New Msg.
2. Press
TXT Msg to compose a new text message.
3. Enter the phone number or email address of the
recipient.
4. Press the right soft key
Options to display a pop-up
menu with the options listed.
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• Entry Mode: Choose from Word, Abc, ABC, 123, Symbols
and Shortcuts modes of text entry.
• Save As Draft: Save the message to your Draft folder.
• Priority Level: Save the message with a High or Normal
priority.
• Callback #: Provides the ability to send a callback # with the
message.
• Validity Period: Save the message for the assigned period
of time.
• Deferred Delivery: Save the message to be delivered at
the assigned delivery date and time.
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• Enh. Delivery Ack: Displays a pop-up screen notifying the
message sent has been received.
• Add To Contacts: Save the recipients number to your
Contacts as a new entry or add to an existing entry.
5. Press the left soft key
Add to select from the following
options:
• Contacts: Choose a number from your contacts list
• Groups: Choose a group or a number from your group.
• Recent Calls: Choose a number from the recent calls list.
6. After selecting or entering your recipients in the To field,
use the down navigation key, or
key to move to the
message composer.
7. In the text field, compose your message using the
keypad. At any point while composing a message, press
the right soft key
Options to display the following
options:
• Add: Add information from the following categories.
• Graphics: Lists preloaded and downloaded graphics.
• Animations: Lists preloaded and downloaded animations.
• Sounds: Lists preloaded and downloaded sounds.
• Quick Text: Choose from up to 12 pre-loaded messages.
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You can add 10 additional messages by pressing the right soft
key
New and erase messages by pressing the left soft
key
Erase.
• Name Card: Attach My Name Card information or
information from one of your Contacts.
• Edit Text Format: Allows you to edit the text size,
alignment, style, color, and background color.
• Save As Draft: Save the message to your Draft folder.
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• Priority Level: Save the message with a High or Normal
priority.
• Callback #: Provides the ability to send a callback # with the
message.
• Validity Period: Save the message for the assigned period
of time.
• Deferred Delivery: Save the message to be delivered at the
assigned delivery date and time.
• Enh. Delivery Ack: Turn message delivery
acknowledgement Off or On.
• Add To Contacts: Save the recipients number to your
Contacts as a new entry or add to an existing entry.
8. Use the navigation key to highlight an option. Press
to perform the function for the option, or to enter its
sub-menu.
9. To send the message, press
SEND.
Creating and Sending PIX/FLIX Messages
Note: Only available within Verizon Wireless Enhanced Services Area.
You can add sounds and attach a Name Card or Contact
entry to your PIX/FLIX Msg. This is also known as
Multimedia Messaging (MMS).
2. Press
PIX Msg or
message.
FLIX Msg to compose a new
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1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the left
navigation key to highlight
MESSAGING, press
New Msg. Or in standby mode, press the left soft key
Message then press
New Msg.
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3. Enter the phone number or e-mail address of the
recipient (or recipients) using the keypad.
4. Press the right soft key
Options to display a pop-up
menu that provides the following options:
• Entry Mode: Choose from Word, Abc, ABC, 123, Symbols
and Shortcuts modes of text entry.
• Preview: Shows the message before it is sent.
• Save As Draft: Save the message to your Draft folder.
• Priority Level: Save the message with a High or Normal
priority.
• Validity Period: Save the message for the assigned period
of time.
• Deferred Delivery: Save the message to be delivered at
the assigned delivery date and time.
• Add To Contacts: Save the recipients number to your
Contacts as a new entry or add to an existing entry.
5. Press the left soft key
Add to select from the following
options:
•
•
•
•
Contacts: Choose a number from your contacts list
Groups: Choose a group or a number from your group.
Recent Calls: Choose a number from the recent calls list.
To PIX Place: Send the message to the PIX Place.
6. Press
once you’ve finished entering the phone
number(s) or email address(es).
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7. In the Text field, compose your message.
8. Press the down navigation key to highlight the PIX/FLIX
field. Press the left soft key
My PIX/My FLIX to add
a PIX/FLIX, and follow the prompts. Press
to attach
the highlighted object.
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Receiving PIX/FLIX Messages
9. Press the up/down navigation key to highlight the Sound
field. Press the left soft key
Sounds to select a
sound. Press the up/down navigation key to highlight the
desired sound and press
.
10. Press the down navigation key to highlight the Subject
field. Press the left soft key
Abc to change entry
mode. Press the right soft key
Options to Add
Quick Text. Press the up/down navigation key to
highlight the desired Quick Text phrase, and press
.
11. Press the down navigation key to add Name Card. Press
the left soft key
Add to select My Name Card or an
entry from your Contacts list. Follow the prompts and
press
to insert.
12. Once all fields are complete, press
to send the
message to the intended recipient(s).
Receiving PIX/FLIX Messages
When you receive a new PIX/FLIX Msg, NEW PIX/FLIX
MSG appears in the display along with the options View
Now, View Later or Reject.
Note: For the option Reject to appear in the display when you receive a
PIX/FLIX Msg, Auto Receive mode must be set to Off in the Message
Settings menu.
View
2. After downloading, the image (and text if any) contained
in the PIX/FLIX Msg appear in the display.
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1. When you receive a new PIX/FLIX Msg, press
Now. Downloading... appears in the display.
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3. Use the navigation keys to scroll through the message or
view the entire picture if necessary.
Note: When viewing a PIX/FLIX message, you can view the previous PIX/
FLIX message by pressing the left navigation key and view the next PIX/
FLIX message by pressing the right navigation key.
Receive Messages While in a Call
When you receive a message while in a call, the NEW PIX/
FLIX MESSAGE dialog box appears in the display. Press
to clear. You can view the message without
disconnecting your call by pressing
Options and then
selecting Message.
Reject a PIX/FLIX Msg
Note: For the option Reject to appear in the display when you receive a
PIX/FLIX Msg, Auto Receive mode must be set to Off in the Message
Settings menu.
This feature is currently unavailable outside of the United States.
1. When you get notification to view a new PIX/FLIX Msg
that you don’t want to receive, press the down
navigation key to highlight Reject.
2. Press
to reject.
View a PIX/FLIX Msg Later
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1. When you receive a new PIX/FLIX Msg that you would
like to view later, highlight View Later and press
.
2. To view the message, press the left soft key
Message,
Inbox.
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New Sketch Messages
3. Use the navigation key to highlight the unopened
message, then press
OPEN. The INBOX screen
appears first with information about the message. Press
DOWNLOAD to view PIX/FLIX message.
New Sketch Messages
You can convert a picture to a black and white sketch
drawing that can be sent with a message. For information
on taking a picture see "Take PIX" on page 146. For
information on sending the message, see "Creating and
Sending PIX/FLIX Messages" on page 85.
Message Folders
Your phone provides default message folders for your
Text and PIX/FLIX messages.
Note: To quickly view all messages in the Inbox, Sent, or Drafts folders,
open one message and then press the right navigation key to view the next
message or press the left navigation key to view the previous message.
Inbox
Received messages of all types are stored in the Inbox
folder.
1. In standby mode, press the left soft key
Message
then press
Inbox. Or in standby mode, press
MENU and use the left navigation key to highlight
MESSAGING then press
Inbox.
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2. Use the navigation key to highlight the message that you
wish to view.
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3. Press
OPEN to view contents of the highlighted
message.
4. While viewing a message press the right soft key
Options to display the options listed.
Play Again: Replays a PIX/FLIX message.
Forward: Forward the message to another recipient.
Erase: Deletes the message.
Save PIX/FLIX: Saves the picture sent in a PIX/FLIX
message to My PIX or My FLIX.
• Save Sound: Saves the sound received with the message.
• Save Quick Text: Saves the text received in the message to
•
•
•
•
the Quick Text list.
• Save Name Card: Saves the name card received in the
message.
• Lock: Locks the message to prevent deletion.
• Add To Contacts: Save the number of the sender to your
Contacts as a new entry or add to an existing entry.
• Message Info: Provides the following information: From
(also provides the date and time the message was sent),
Callback Number, Priority, Msg Type, Size and if a PIX, Sound or
Name Card were included in the message.
5. Press the
sender.
REPLY key to return a message to the
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6. From the Inbox menu, press the left soft key
Erase
to delete the message from the Inbox. Highlight Yes to
delete, or No to return to the Inbox menu.
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Message Folders
Note: When Auto Erase is turned on, the oldest read TXT message is
replaced by an incoming TXT message when 50 TXT messages are stored
in the Inbox, and the oldest read PIX/FLIX message is replaced by an
incoming PIX/FLIX message when 50 PIX/FLIX messages are stored in the
Inbox. See "Changing Message Settings" on page 95 for information on
how to set Auto Erase and Auto Receive.
Sent
Your phone stores messages in the Sent folder, regardless
of whether the message was successfully transmitted.
Verify if and when a message or e-mail was successfully
transmitted by enabling the Enh. Delivery Ack feature in
Message Settings.
Note: Enh. Delivery Ack can't be set for PIX/FLIX message.
Review Messages in the Sent Folder
1. In standby mode, press the left soft key
Message
then press
Sent. Or in standby mode, press
MENU and use the left navigation key to highlight
MESSAGING then press
Sent.
2. Use the navigation key to highlight the message that you
wish to review, then press
OPEN.
3. While viewing the message, press the right soft key
Options to display the options listed.
• Play Again: Replays a PIX/FLIX message.
• Erase: Deletes the message.
• Lock/Unlock: Locks the message to prevent deletion.
• Save Quick Text: Saves the text sent in the message to the
Quick Text list.
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• Forward: Forwards the message to another recipient.
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• Add To Contacts: Adds the sender’s information to your
contact list.
• Message Info: Provides the following information: Send To
Number (also provides the date and time the message was
sent), Priority, Msg Type, Size, Attachments (if a Graphic, Sound
or Name Card were included in the message), Status, and Error
Code.
4. Use the navigation key to highlight the desired option.
5. Press
option.
to perform the function for the highlighted
6. Press the left soft key
message.
7. Press
again.
Play to play the FLIX
RESEND to send the message to the recipeint
8. From the Sent menu, press the left soft key
Erase to
delete the message from the Sent folder. Highlight Yes to
delete, or No to return to the Sent menu.
Drafts
Draft messages are those that have been composed but
never sent. You can return to the Drafts folder at any time
to view, edit, or send a draft message.
Create a Draft Text Message
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1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the left
navigation key to highlight
MESSAGING, press
New Msg. Or in standby mode, press the left soft key
Message then press
New Msg.
2. Select the type of message you want to create.
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Message Folders
3. Enter the phone number of the recipient, then press the
down navigation key.
4. Compose your message using the keypad, then press
the right soft key
Options. A pop-up menu appears
in the display.
5. Scroll down with the navigation key until Save As Draft
is highlighted, then press
. A confirmation message
appears in the display and your message is saved to the
Drafts folder.
View and Edit Draft Messages
1. In standby mode, press the left soft key
Message
then press
Drafts. Or in standby mode, press
MENU and use the left navigation key to highlight
MESSAGING then press
Drafts.
2. Use the navigation key to highlight the message that you
wish to view, then press
EDIT. The message opens
in the Text field with the message text displayed.
3. Press the CLR key
to backspace and delete any
current characters in the display, if desired. Press and
hold
to erase all characters in the field.
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4. Press the right soft key
Options. A pop-up menu
appears in the display with the options listed.
• Add: Add information from the following categories.
• Graphics: Lists all graphics pre-loaded and downloaded.
• Animations: Lists all animations pre-loaded and
downloaded.
• Sounds: Lists all sounds pre-loaded and downloaded.
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• Quick Text: Choose from up to 12 pre-loaded messages.
You can add 10 additional messages by pressing the right soft
key
New and erase messages by pressing the left soft
key
Erase.
• Name Card: Allows you to add your name card or the name
card of one of your contacts.
• Edit Text Format: Allows you to edit the text size,
alignment, style, color, and background color.
• Save As Draft: Save the message to your Draft folder.
• Priority Level: Save the message with a High or Normal
priority.
• Callback #: Provides the ability to send a callback # when
sending a message.
• Validity Period: Save the message for the assigned period
of time.
• Deferred Delivery: Save the message to be delivered at the
assigned delivery date and time.
• Enh. Delivery Ack: Displays a pop-up screen notifying the
message sent has been received.
• Add to Contacts: Save the recipients number to your
Contacts as a new entry or add to an existing entry.
5. Use the navigation key to highlight the desired option.
Press
to perform the function for the highlighted
option.
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6. Once you’ve returned to the message composer, press
to send the message, if desired.
Erase Options
You can erase unlocked messages in your Inbox, Drafts
folder, or Sent folder. Locked messages are not erased.
To erase messages:
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Changing Message Settings
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the left
navigation key to highlight
MESSAGING, then press
the right soft key
Options.
2. The following options are available:
• Erase Inbox: Erases unlocked messages in your Inbox.
• Erase Drafts: Erases unlocked messages in your Drafts
folder.
• Erase Sent: Erases unlocked messages in your Sent folder.
• Erase All: Erases unlocked messages in all message folders
(Inbox, Drafts and Sent).
Changing Message Settings
This menu allows you to define settings for messages sent
or received on your phone. To access your message
settings, use the following steps:
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the left
navigation key to highlight
MESSAGING, then press
the left soft key
Settings. Or press the left soft key
Message and press the left soft key
Settings.
2. Select the message type you would like to change and
press
. Choose from the following options:
• All Msg: Allows you make a broadcast change to all
the oldest read TXT message is replaced by an incoming TXT
message when 50 TXT messages are stored in the Inbox, and the
oldest read PIX/FLIX message is replaced by an incoming PIX/FLIX
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message settings.
• Auto Save: Saves all messages sent. Use the navigation
keys to select On, Off, or Prompt.
• Auto Erase: Erases the oldest message of the same type
(TXT or PIX/FLIX) when the maximum number of received
messages of that type is exceeded in the Inbox. For example,
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message when 50 PIX/FLIX messages are stored in the Inbox.
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Choose from On or Off.
• Quick Text: Displays the Quick Text pre-defined entries for
Text Msg and PIX/FLIX Msg. Press the right soft key
New
to add to the Quick Text list. Enter your new text and press
. The new Quick Text item shows in the first position of the
list.
• Voice Mail #: Enter the speed dial entry set for your
voicemail.
• Entry Mode: Sets the default entry mode for messaging.
Choose from Word, Abc, ABC, or 123.
• Callback #: Displays the callback number in the text
message. Choose from On or Off.
• Signature: Adds the signature text to each message sent.
Choose from None or Custom.
• TXT Msg: Allows you to customize Text Msg. settings.
• Auto View: Automatically displays the text message when
received. Choose from On or Off.
• Signature: Adds the signature text to each message sent.
Choose from None or Custom.
• Text Auto Scroll: When enabled, advances body text
automatically one line at a time.
• PIX-FLIX Msg: Allows you to customize PIX-FLIX Msg.
settings.
• Auto Receive: Automatically receives messages into your
Inbox. Choose from On or Off.
• Signature: Adds the signature text to each message sent.
Choose from None or Custom.
Voicemail
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E-Mail
New voicemail alerts are sent via an SMS text message.
These messages indicate how many new and urgent
voicemails are in your box. Open the text message to view
the number of new and urgent voice messages in your
voicemailbox. If a caller leaves a callback number, this
number will also be sent via an SMS text message.
Receive Voicemail Messages
When you receive a new voicemail message you’ll hear a
sound and an SMS text message appears in the display.
1. Press the up/down navigation keys to select Listen Now
or Listen Later.
2. Press
.
View Voicemail Messages in the Inbox Folder
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the left
navigation key to highlight
MESSAGING, press
Voicemail. Or press the left soft key
Message and
press
Voicemail.
2. Press
OPEN to dial voicemail and retrieve your
message(s).
E-Mail
This menu allows you to send and receive E-Mail using
Mobile Web. To use your E-Mail, follow these steps:
2. Using the up and down navigation keys, select one of
the following E-Mail providers and press
.
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1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the left
navigation key to highlight
MESSAGING, then press
E-Mail. Or press the left soft key
Message
and press
E-Mail.
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•
•
•
•
MSN Hotmail
AOL Mail
Yahoo! Mail
Find More
3. Use the on-screen application specific functions and
options to use the E-Mail applications.
Mobile IM
The Instant Messaging function allows you to send and
receive instant messages using one of the following
communities:
• AOL® Instant Messenger TM
• MSN® Messenger Service
• Yahoo!® Messenger
Note: You must first create the Instant Message account before accessing
it on your phone.
Using Mobile IM
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the left
navigation key to highlight
MESSAGING, then press
Mobile IM. Or press the left soft key
Message
and press
Mobile IM.
2. Highlight Mobile IM and press
.
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3. Select your instant message community using the left
and right navigation keys and press
.
4. Use the on-screen application specific functions and
options to use the instant message applications.
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Chat
Chat
You have the ability to join wireless chat rooms from your
phone. Send messages including text and icons to many
chat room participants or launch one-on-one (private)
chat rooms.
To access a chat room from the browser:
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the left
navigation key to highlight
MESSAGING, then press
Chat. Or press the left soft key
Message and
press
Chat.
2. Mobile Web is launched. Using the up and down
navigation keys, select one of the following chat rooms
and press
.
•
•
•
•
•
•
UPOC CHAT
LAVALIFE
FRIENDZ
LIFESTYLE
POWER CHAT
FIND MORE
3. Use the on-screen application specific functions and
options to use the Chat applications.
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Section 8: Changing Your Settings
Section 8
Topics Covered
• My Account
• Tools
• Sounds Settings
• Display Settings
• Phone Settings
• Call Settings
• Bluetooth
• Memory
• Phone Info
This section explains the sound and phone settings for
your phone. It includes display settings, security settings,
Bluetooth settings, call settings, and other settings
associated with your phone.
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My Account
The My Account menu connects to the VZW Mobile Web.
You can setup Favorites or choose from the available
applications.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
My Account. The menus are listed in the
display.
2. Use the navigation keys to make your selection and
press
. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Tools
The Tools menu provides the ability to access the
following menus:
• Voice Commands: For more information see, "VoiceSignal™"
on page 39.
• Calculator: For more information see, "Calculator" on page
156.
• Calendar: For more information see, "Calendar" on page 158.
• Alarm Clock: For more information see, "Alarm Clock" on page
161.
• World Clock: For more information see, "World Clock" on page
163.
• Stop Watch: For more information see, "Stop Watch" on page
164.
• Notepad: For more information see, "Notepad" on page 165.
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Sounds Settings
Sounds Settings
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The Sounds menu provides the ability to access the
following menus:
Master Volume
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Sounds Settings. The Sounds Settings
menus are listed in the display.
2. Press
Master Volume.
3. Use the Up and Down navigation keys to adjust the
volume. Press the Play soft key to hear the volume.
4. Press
SET to save.
Call Sounds
Ringer Settings
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Sounds Settings. The Sounds Settings
menus are listed in the display.
2. Press
Call Sounds. Press
Available options are:
Call Ringtone.
• My Ringtones: You can get new ringtones from the
web, or choose from pre-loaded ringtones and
VibeTonz. VibeTonz display with the VibeTonz icon
.
• My Sounds: You can choose from the list of preloaded ringtones.
3. Press
Call Vibrate to set the Call Sounds to vibrate.
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4. Press
to save the setting. The phone returns to the
Call Sounds menu.
Alert Sounds
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Sounds Settings. The Sounds Settings
menus are listed in the display.
2. Press
Alert Sounds. For the following options, you
can set the tone for the message alerts. You can also set
vibration on and set a reminder.
• TXT Message: allow you to set a notification for TXT
message.
• PIX-FLIX Msg: allow you to set a notification for PIX-FLIX
message.
• Voicemail Msg: allow you to set a notification for Voicemail
Msg.
• Device Connect: allow you to set a notification when you
connect to a device.
Keypad Volume
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Sounds Settings. The Sounds Settings
menus are listed in the display.
2. Press
Keypad Volume.
3. Use the Up and Down navigation keys to adjust the
keypad volume.
4. Press
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Sounds Settings
Earpiece Volume
2. Press
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1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Sounds Settings. The Sounds Settings
menus are listed in the display.
Earpiece Volume.
3. Use the Up and Down navigation keys to adjust the
keypad volume.
4. Press
SET to save.
Service Alerts
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Sounds Settings. The Sounds Settings
menus are listed in the display.
2. Press
Service Alerts. For the following options, you
can turn the Service Alert On or Off.
• ERI: Sounds an alert when you go into and out of your
coverage areas.
• Minute Beep: While on a call your phone beeps
after every minute of usage.
• Call Connect: Sounds an alert when a call is
connected and when a call has ended.
Power On/Off
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Sounds Settings. The Sounds Settings
menus are listed in the display.
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2. Press
Power On/Off. You can set the sounds for
Power On and Power Off to either On or Off.
VibeTonz®
VibeTonz® provides a wide range of touch sensations that
let you personalize your phone. Ringtones with
VibeTonz® effects synchronized to the music are more fun
and identifiable. Mobile games with VibeTonz® effects
include a type of touch feedback similar to console games.
Note: The SCH-a930 comes with pre-loaded VibeTonz® ringtones. You
may experience some resonance when closing the flip of the SCH-a930 as
a result of this feature.
Note: VibeTonz-enhanced ringtones display the VibeTonz icon
default VibeTonz is off.
. By
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Sounds Settings. The Sounds Settings
menus are listed in the display.
2. Press
VibeTonz. Set the touch sensation to On.
Display Settings
The Display menu affects the menu style, standby mode
animation, backlight settings, and more.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Display Settings. The Display Settings
menus are listed in the display.
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Display Settings
• Wallpaper: Choose PIX (Pre-loaded or personal) or FLIX to
use as the background display for your Main LCD.
• Display Theme: Choose from 6 preset colors used for
menu display.
• Clock Format: Choose digital or analog format for time
display.
• Power On/Off: Choose the media that appears in the display
when you turn the phone on and off.
• Dialing Font: Choose a dialing font style.
2. Use the navigation key to highlight the display menu that
you wish to edit, then press
.
3. Use the navigation key to select from the menu options
that appear in the display, then press
. Your settings
are saved.
Banner
Banner allows you to create your own personalized
greeting that appears in the display while your phone is in
standby mode. Or you can display the network to which
you are subscribed.
To create a personal banner:
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Display Settings. The Display Settings
menus are listed in the display. Press
Banner.
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• Banner: Create your own personalized greeting that appears
in the display when your phone is in standby mode or choose
the ERI Banner which displays the network in which you have
subscribed.
• Backlight: Choose settings for the LCD and/or Keypad.
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2. Press
Personal to create a customized banner for
your handset.
Note: Press and hold
to erase an existing banner, if necessary.
3. Enter a word or short phrase (18 characters or less) to
appear in your phone’s display when the phone is in
standby mode.
4. Press
to save the new banner.
To create an ERI banner:
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Display Settings. The Display Settings
menus are listed in the display. Press
Banner.
2. Press
to set the ERI Banner for your handset.
3. Select On or Off and press
to save the new setting.
Backlight
Set the backlight for the display or keypad to remain on for
a specified period of time or to remain on as long as the flip
is open.
Note: Prolonged backlight use drains your battery faster.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Display Settings. The Display Settings
menus are listed in the display. Press
Backlight.
The menus listed appear in the display.
• Display: The following options are for the Main LCD.
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•
•
•
•
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• Duration: Can be set to 7 seconds, 15 seconds, 30
seconds, Always On, or Always Off.
• Brightness: Use the Navigation keys to adjust the
brightness.
• Keypad: The following options are for the keypad.
7 Seconds: The keypad is on for 7 seconds.
15 Seconds: The keypad is on for 15 seconds.
30 Seconds: The keypad is on for 30 seconds.
Always On: The keypad is always on.
Always Off: The keypad is always off.
2. Use the navigation key to highlight a menu.
3. Press
to enter the highlighted option’s menu and
change settings as desired.
Wallpaper
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Display Settings. The Display Settings
menus are listed in the display. Press
Wallpaper.
My PIX, and My FLIX appear in the display.
2. Use the navigation key to highlight My PIX, or My FLIX,
then press
.
3. Use the navigation key to highlight your selection, the
press
to select the wallpaper that will appear in the
main LCD display while your phone is in standby mode.
Display Theme
Choose from 6 preset colors used for menu display.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
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Press
Display Settings. The Display Settings
menus are listed in the display. Press
Display
Theme.
2. Use the navigation keys to select the Display Theme you
wish, then press
.
Clock Format
This menu allows you to have time displayed in digital or
analog format.
• Main Clock: Set to Digital, Analog, or Off
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Display Settings. The Display Settings
menus are listed in the display. Press
Clock
Format. The Clock Format menus are listed in the
display.
2. The following options appear in the display. Highlight one
of the following options and press
to save.
• Digital: Time appears in digital format, for example,
12:54pm.
• Analog: Time appears in clock format. Digital format is still
present in the display.
• Off: No time is displayed.
Power On/Off
Animation allows you to choose the multi-media or
pictures that appear in your phone’s display when you
turn it on or turn it off.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
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2. Use the navigation key to highlight Power On or
Power Off, then press
.
3. Use the navigation keys to select from My PIX or
Pre-loaded Animation.
4. If you selected My PIX, choose from the available files.
Press
to save settings.
5. If you selected Pre-loaded Animation, choose from the
available files, and press
to save settings.
Dialing Font
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Display Settings. The Display Settings
menus are listed in the display. Press
Dialing Font.
2. Choose from Normal, Quill Pen, Sticky, and Color Dial.
3. Use the navigation keys to select a dialing font
preferences, then press
.
Phone Settings
The Phone Settings menu provides the ability to access the
following menus:
Standalone Mode
With Standalone Mode on, all RF functions for your phone
are disabled, and you cannot use your phone to place or
receive calls.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
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Press
Display Settings. The Display Settings
menus are listed in the display. Press
Power On/
Off.
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navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Phone Settings. The Phone Settings menus
are listed in the display.
2. Press
Standalone Mode. Use the Up or Down
navigation key to select On or Off and press
.
Shortcut Key
Shortcut Key allows you to select from up to 21 applications
that appear in the display when you press the down
navigation key in standby mode.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Phone Settings. The Phone Settings menus
are listed in the display. Press
Shortcut Key.
2. Use the navigation key to select the menu item shortcut
of your choice, then press
.
Language
Change the display language from English to Spanish or
vice versa using the Language menu.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Phone Settings. The Phone Settings menus
are listed in the display. Press
Language.
2. Use the navigation key to select the language of your
choice, then press
.
Location
Note: This feature is only available on the Verizon Wireless network.
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Phone Settings
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Phone Settings. The Phone Settings
menus are listed in the display.
2. Press
Location. The Location screen displays.
• Location On: GPS location setting is on wherever the feature
is available.
• E911 Only: GPS location setting is on whenever you dial 911
only.
3. Use the navigation key to highlight an option.
4. Press
to select the highlighted setting.
Security
The Security menu allows you to lock your phone, set
restrictions, and other security options.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Phone Settings.
2. Use the navigation key to highlight Security, press
.
3. Enter the lock code (factory settings are the last four
digits of your telephone number). The following options
display:
• Common Code: Common code On, uses a common
password for both device and location lock code. Common
code Off, uses separate passwords for both device and
location.
• Lock Mode: Allows you to lock the Device or Location.
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The Location (GPS) setting identifies your location to the
network. You can fully enable this setting or set GPS to
work only in the case that you dial 911 from your phone.
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• Edit Code: Allows you to change the Lock Code for the
Device or Location.
• Reset Phone: All settings (except Contacts) are reset to
factory default settings.
Lock Phone
Lock Phone restricts the use of your phone with the
exception of outgoing calls to 911. Lock Phone allows you
to answer calls, but to place calls (except to emergency
numbers) you have to unlock the phone.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Phone Settings. The Phone Settings menus
are listed in the display. Press
Security. You’re
prompted to enter the lock code. The default lock code is
the last four digits of your telephone number.
2. Enter the Lock Code. Several security menus appear in
the display.
3. Press
Lock Mode. Use the navigation key to
highlight Device. Press
. The following options
display:
• Lock: Your phone returns to standby mode. The the Lock Code is
required immediately to access any functions.
• Unlock: If locked, unlocks the device or phone, depending on
your selection.
• On Power Up: The Lock Code is required whenever you
power up the phone.
4. Press
option.
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Lock Location
2. Enter the Lock Code. Several security menus appear in
the display.
3. Press
Lock Mode. Use the navigation key to
highlight Location. Press
. The following options
display:
• Lock: Your phone returns to standby mode. The the Lock Code is
required immediately to access any functions.
• Unlock: If locked, unlocks the device or phone, depending on
your selection.
4. Press
option.
to perform the function for the highlighted
Edit Lock Code
The default lock code is the last four digits of your phone
number. Edit Code allows you to change this code to a lock
code of your preference.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Phone Settings. The Phone Settings menus
are listed in the display.
2. Press
Security. You’re prompted to enter the lock
code. The default lock code is the last four digits of your
telephone number.
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1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Phone Settings. The Phone Settings
menus are listed in the display. Press
Security.
You’re prompted to enter the lock code. The default lock
code is the last four digits of your telephone number.
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3. Press
Edit Code. Two options are available Device
and Location. Use the navigation keys to highlight your
choice and press
.
4. At the “ENTER NEW LOCK CODE” or “ENTER NEW
LOCATION LOCK CODE” prompt, enter the new lock
code. You’re prompted to confirm the new lock code.
5. “DEVICE CODE SET” or “LOCATION LOCK CODE SET”
message appears in the display confirming that your lock
code has been changed.
Note: Your phone does not allow you to view the lock code for obvious
security reasons. If you change the lock code, be sure to write down or
memorize the new code.
Resetting Your Phone
Reset Phone returns all setup options to their factory
default.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Phone Settings. The Phone Settings menus
are listed in the display.
2. Press
Security, and enter the lock code. Press
Reset Phone. A prompt appears in the display asking if
you wish to restore default settings (except for the
Contacts).
3. Press Yes to restore default settings or press No to
return to the Security list.
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Emergency #
Important: DO NOT depend on this phone as a primary method of calling
911 or for any other essential or emergency communications.
Remember to always turn your phone on and check for
adequate signal strength before placing a call.
Call Emergency Numbers in Lock Mode
In Lock Mode, you can dial 911 to place an emergency call.
Note: If you dial 911, your phone dials the emergency number immediately
(no prompt).
System Select
The System Select menu allows you to set your roaming
options. For information on roaming options, see
"Roaming Options" on page 37.
NAM Selection
Your phone provides the option of selecting between two
NAMs (Number Assignment Modules) or phone
numbers. Select either NAM1 or NAM2.
PC Connection
PC Connection allows you to select how you want your a930
to connect to your PC. Choose either USB, or Bluetooth
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Note: Emergency number 911 is hard-coded into your phone. You can dial
this number any time, even when the phone is locked or restricted. If you
call 911 an audible tone is heard and an emergency prompt appears in the
display for the duration of the call.
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and press
. Select No Connection to disable PC
Connection.
Quick Search
Quick Search is an easy way to locate contacts in your
Address Book and Menu items.
Searching for a Contact
1. In standby mode, press the first few numeric keys that
correspond to the letters of the contacts name.
For example, to search for “Sally” you would enter
S
A
L
L
Y
2. Press the Up navigation key. The contact name is
highlighted.
3. Press the
key to call the contact.
Searching for a Menu Item
1. In standby mode, press the first few numeric keys that
correspond to the letters of the Menu item name.
For example, to search for “Inbox” you would enter
I
N
B
O
X
2. Press the Down navigation key. The menu item is
highlighted.
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3. Press the
item.
key to access the content of the menu
The Call Settings menu allows you to select the method for
answering incoming calls, setting redial options, setting
data rates for data calls, voice privacy, and more.
Answer Options
The Answer Options menu allows you to select the
method for answering incoming calls.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Call Settings. The Call Settings menus are
listed in the display.
2. Press
Answer Options. The following options
appear in the display:
• Flip Open: Calls are answered when the flip is
opened.
• Any Key: Calls are answered when any key is
pressed.
• Send Only: Calls are answered when the
key is
pressed.
• Auto Answer: Calls are answered automatically with
a 1, 3 or 5 second delay.
3. Use the navigation key to highlight the method you wish
to use for answering calls, then press
.
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Auto Retry
Auto Retry automatically redials busy numbers after a
preset period of time.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Call Settings. The Call Settings menus are
listed in the display.
2. Press
Auto Retry. The following options appear in
the display:
•
•
•
•
Off
Every 10 Seconds
Every 30 Seconds
Every 60 Seconds
3. Highlight an option and press
, or press
to
return to the Call Settings menu without making a
selection.
TTY Mode
Before you can use your phone with a TTY device, you’ll
need to enable TTY functions in the phone. See "TTY" on
page 38 for more information.
One Touch Dial
You can use this option to enable or disable the speed
dialing feature.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Call Settings. The Call Settings menus are
listed in the display.
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2. Press
to save.
One Touch Dial. Select On or Off. Press
Voice Privacy
Note: This feature is only available on the Verizon Wireless network.
Voice Privacy (at the Enhanced setting) allows you to
prevent those you call from seeing your number in their
display when receiving your call. Voice privacy options
are Standard and Enhanced.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Call Settings. The Call Settings menus are
listed in the display.
2. Press
Voice Privacy. The menus listed appear in
the display. Standard and Enhanced appear in the
display.
3. Use the navigation key to highlight the Voice Privacy
option of your choice, then press
. Your settings are
saved.
Call Restrictions
Call Restriction allows you to restrict outgoing and
incoming calls. You can also restrict access to your
Contacts list.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Call Settings. The Call Settings menus are
listed in the display.
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2. Press
Call Restrictions.
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3. Use the navigation key to select Outgoing, Incoming, or
Contacts, then press
.
4. Use the navigation key to highlight On or Off, then press
. Your settings are saved.
Data Settings
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Call Settings. The Call Settings menus are
listed in the display.
2. Press
Data Settings. The following options appear
in the display. Highlight one of the following options and
press
.
• Data Off: Phone operates in normal voice call mode.
• Data For Next Call: Data call is enabled for next call only.
Phone will reset to Data Off mode after call.
• Data Until Powered Off: Phone will remain in Data Mode
until phone is powered off.
DTMF Tones
Use this menu to set DTMF settings to Normal, or Long.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Call Settings. The Call Settings menus are
listed in the display.
2. Press
DTMF Tones. The following options appear in
the display. Highlight one of the following options and
press
.
• Normal: Select for a normal tone.
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• Long: Select for an extended tone.
Ringer ID
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The Ringer ID menu allows you to set the Ringer ID option
to On so that you can associate different ringtones with
different numbers. See "Get Tunes & Tones" on page 131
for more information.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Call Settings. The Call Settings menus are
listed in the display.
2. Press
Ringer ID. Highlight On or Off and press
.
Picture ID
The Picture ID menu allows you to set the Picture ID option
to On so that you can associate a picture with a Contact.
See "Get PIX & FLIX" on page 142 for more information
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Call Settings. The Call Settings menus are
listed in the display.
2. Press
.
Picture ID. Highlight On or Off and press
Bluetooth
About Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications
technology capable of exchanging information over a
distance of about 30 feet without requiring a physical
connection.
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Unlike infrared, you don't need to line up the devices to
beam information with Bluetooth. If the devices are
within a range of one another, you can exchange
information between them, even if they are located in
different rooms.
Note: When connected to your Bluetooth headset, press the headset send
key to use Voice Signals Voice Dial feature.
Bluetooth Service Profiles
Actually, the Bluetooth specification is a protocol that
describes how the short-range wireless technology
works, whereas individual profiles describe the services
supported by individual devices. Profiles reduce the
chance that different devices will not work together.
Your phone supports the following profile service:
• HSP: Mono-headset profile
• Bluetooth handsfree kit support *
• HFP: Hands-free profile
• SPP: Serial Port profile
• DUN: Dial Up Networking
* For vehicle/accessory compatibility, go to www.verizonwireless.com/bluetooth
chart. Phone does not support Bluetooth OBEX profiles.
The following Bluetooth options are available:
On/Off
When the Bluetooth radio is turned on, you can use the
Bluetooth features available. When the Bluetooth radio is
turned off, you cannot send or receive information via
Bluetooth. To save battery life or in situations where radio
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use is prohibited, such as airline traveling, you can turn
off the Bluetooth wireless technology.
2. Press
Note: If activated, the
to turn Bluetooth On or Off.
Bluetooth icon displays.
Search
This option searches for a recognized Bluetooth wireless
technology device.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Bluetooth. The Bluetooth menus are listed in
the display.
2. Add New Device is highlighted, press
twice.
Note: If you have NOT already activated Bluetooth on the phone, the
message “TURN BLUETOOTH ON?” displays. Highlight Yes to activate or
No to exit and press
.
3. A list of found Bluetooth devices will be displayed. Use
the Up and Down navigation keys to highlight a
Bluetooth device. Press
to pair the devices.
4. Enter the passkey (0000 for most devices) and press
to pair with the device you selected.
5. Select Yes to pair the devices. Once connected the
Bluetooth Connected icon
appears in the display.
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1. In standby mode, press
MENU key and use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Bluetooth. The Bluetooth menus are listed
in the display.
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Bluetooth Settings
The Bluetooth wireless technology settings menu
provides the ability to view and change the device name,
show the visibility, and set the security for the device.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Bluetooth. The Bluetooth menus are listed in
the display.
2. Press
Settings. The Bluetooth menu displays with
the following options:
• My Phone Name: allows you enter a customized name.
• Discovery Mode: allows other users to see your
accessibility. Select On for other devices to see your device, or
Off for no visibility.
Note: After selecting On, users have one minute to see your accessibilty.
After which Discovery Mode will automatically default back to off.
• My Phone Info: shows the handset information.
Memory
The Manage Memory menu allows you to set your Save
Options to Phone Memory or Card Memory. You can also
set the memory usage for pictures, videos, music, sounds,
and ringtones on your phone and
microSD™/TransFlash™ card.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Memory. The Memory menus are listed in
the display. The following options are available:
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Phone Info
Phone Info
The Phone Info menu allows you to view the software and
hardware information, your assigned number, and an
icon glossary for your phone.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the right
navigation key to highlight
SETTINGS & TOOLS.
Press
Phone Info. The Phone Info menus are listed
in the display.
2. My Number is highlighted. Press
to display the
Mobile Device and Identification numbers.
3. Press
SW Version to view the software, PRL, ERI,
Browser, Get it Now, and Hardware versions available on
your phone.
4. Press
Icon Glossary to view the list of icons with a
brief description.
5. Press
to return.
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• Save Options: You can set your PIX, FLIX, and Sounds to be
saved to either phone memory or card memory.
• Phone Memory: Allows you to see memory usage of
everything stored on your phone.
• Card Memory: Allows you to see memory usage of
everything stored on your microSDTM/TransFlashTM card.
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Topics Covered
• Get It Now
• Get Tunes & Tones
• Get PIX & FLIX
• Get Fun & Games
• Get News & Info
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• Get Going
• Get Extras
This section describes how you receive tunes, tones,
images, games, news and information. You can also take
and send pictures and video from your phone.
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Get It Now
The Get It Now menu provides sub-menus to GetTunes
& Tones, Get PIX & FLIX, Get Fun & Games, Get News &
Info, Get Going and Get Extras. You can also view
memory info to see how much space you’ve used (and
have left) for stored media. Use the following steps for
each GET IT NOW sub-menu.
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1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. Press the
right soft key
Info.
Note: you can directly access the GET IT NOW menu by pressing the right
navigation key while in standby mode.
2. Press
App. Memory to display the memory
available. Press the
key to return.
3. Press
Content Memory to view the memory used
for the following items. Press the
key to return.
•
•
•
•
•
•
My Ringtones
My Music
My Sounds
My PIX
My FLIX
Applications
4. Press
View Log to see the file transfer activity.
Press the
key to return.
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5. Press
Help to display a list of frequently asked
questions. Use the navigation key to highlight an item
and press
to display help text. Press the
key to
return.
Get Tunes & Tones
This menu allows you to get new tunes and tones, record
new sounds, and set tunes and tones as your ringtone. It
also allows you to access your music files.
Get V CAST Music
Formatting microSD™/TransFlash™ Card using your PC
For best playback of songs stored to the microSD™/
TransFlash™ memory card, you should reformat your
memory card with PC format FAT32.
Note: Any contents currently stored on the microSD™/TransFlash™
memory card will be lost after this procedure is performed.
1. Insert the microSD™/TransFlash™ memory card into an
SD card adapter.
2. Insert the SD card adapter into the SD card reader slot.
3. Plug the SD card reader into a USB port on your PC.
4. On your PC, go to your My Computer directory and
highlight the drive that represents the SD card reader.
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You can use the Get V CAST Music option to download
music from the V CAST Music catalog directly to phone
memory or to a removable memory card. Before
downloading music to your microSD™/TransFlash™
memory card, be sure to format it as described below.
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5. Right click and select the Format option.
6. Under the File System option, select FAT32 and click
the Start button.
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7. Your microSD™/TransFlash™ memory card will be
reformatted.
8. Remove the microSD™/TransFlash™ card from the SD
card reader and insert it back into your phone. The My
Music directory will automatically be created on the
microSD™/TransFlash™ memory card the first time you
insert it into the phone.
Formatting microSD™/TransFlash™ Card using your a930
1. In standby mode, press the
navigation key to highlight
2. Press
Memory.
3. Press
Card Memory.
4. Press the right soft key
Menu, use the right
Settings & Tools.
Options.
5. The Format Card option is highlighted. Press
6. Highlight Yes and press
TransFlash™ card.
.
to format microSD™/
Downloading Music from the V CAST Music Catalog
1. In standby mode, press the
Menu, use the left
navigation key to highlight
Get It Now. The Get
Tunes & Tones menu is highlighted, press
.
2. Press
catalog.
Get V CAST Music to open the V CAST Music
3. Browse or search the catalog to preview the songs you
want.
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4. Highlight the music (song or album) that you want to
purchase. Press
BUY to purchase.
5. The CONFIRM PURCHASE screen will display the price
and items you selected to purchase. Press
BUY to
accept the terms.
6. You’ll receive confirmation that your purchase was
successful and your music is available for download.
Press
to continue.
8. Press
Play to play the downloaded song
immediately.
Or, You can press the left soft key
Library to go to
your Music Library of downloaded songs and albums.
See "Manage Music" on page 139 for more information.
9. To return to standby mode, press the
key.
Get New Ringtones
You can use this option to download new ringtones from
the Internet.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. The Get
Tunes & Tones menu is highlighted, press
.
2. Highlight
Get New Ringtones and press
3. Highlight
Get New App. and press
.
.
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7. Highlight Phone Memory or Memory Card for storage
location (Memory Card is recommended). Press
to
begin downloading. Wait for the phone to acquire the
content license. Press
when download is complete.
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4. You are connected to the web server and presented with
available provider ringtone applications.
5. To return to standby mode, press the
key.
My Ringtones
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. The Get
Tunes & Tones menu is highlighted, press
.
2. Highlight
My Ringtones and press
.
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3. Select
Get New Ringtones to access the web to
download new ringtones. Or if you have already
downloaded ringtones, highlight your selection and press
.
4. To return to standby mode, press the
VibeTonz
key.
®
See “VibeTonz®” on page 106 for more information.
Note: VibeTonz display the
VibeTonz icon.
My Music
The Music Player can be used to play music files that you
have downloaded from the V CAST Music catalog or that
you have transferred from your PC using Sync Music.
You can play your music with the flip open or closed.
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Playing Music with the Flip Closed
The external keys which you will use are labeled below.
Note: To create a playlist, see “Creating a Playlist” on page 140 for more
information.
2. Press the Play/Pause ( ) key to play the songs or
press the Fast Forward (
) key to elect not to play
music.
3. You can use the Fast Forward (
) and Rewind (
)
keys to skip to another song track. Press and hold the
Fast Forward (
) and Rewind (
) keys to forward
or rewind the current song.
Playing Music with the Flip Open
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. The Get
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1. In standby mode, with your flip closed, press and hold
the Play/Pause ( ) key. If you have already
downloaded music to your phone or memory card,
Play Music? Y:
N:
appears in the display.
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Tunes & Tones menu is highlighted, press
2. Highlight
My Music and press
.
.
3. The Music Player opens with a list of music files that
have been downloaded or transferred to internal phone
memory or to the microSD™/TransFlash™ memory
card. The Get V CAST Music option is also shown. See
“Get V CAST Music” on page 131 for more information.
4. Scroll down to a song and press the right soft key
Options, to select from the following options:
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• Move: Moves the images from the microSD™/TransFlash™
•
•
•
•
card to the phone and from the phone to the microSD™/
TransFlash™ card. Displays when microSD™/TransFlash™
card is inserted.
Lock: Allows you to lock the song so that it will not be deleted.
This option may not be available for all songs.
Erase: Erases the selected file.
Erase All: Erases all files.
Song Info: Displays Title, Artist, Album, Genre, Copyright,
Length, Size, Bit Rate and Date.
5. Press the up/down navigation keys to highlight the song
you want to listen to and press
PLAY to play the
song. Or, press the left soft key
Playlist to see a list
of your playlists.
6. During song playback, press the right soft key
Options to switch to one of the following functions:
• Play All: Selects all songs for playback.
• Shuffle: Re-sorts the current playlist order.
• Get V CAST Music: Connects you to the V CAST Music
catalog to download more songs.
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7. During song playback, press the right navigation key to
advance to the next song track in the current playlist, or
press the left navigation key to skip to the previous song
track.
My Sounds
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. The Get
Tunes & Tones menu is highlighted, press
.
2. Highlight
My Sounds and press
.
to launch the
4. Press
REC to begin recording. Press
STOP to
stop. Press the left soft key
Pause to pause and
resume the recording appropriately.
5. Press
to save sound.
Sync Music
This option allows you to transfer music files from your
PC. In order to use this option, you must load Windows
MediaTM Player 10 on your PC. Windows MediaTM Player
10 is only compatible with Windows XP® operating
systems.
For setup of Windows MediaTM Player 10, refer to the
following resources:
• To download the Windows MediaTM Player 10:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/mp10/
default.aspx
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3. Record New is highlighted. Press
RECORD NEW screen.
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• Tips on getting started:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/mp10/
usingplayer.aspx
• Common questions:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/mp10/
troubleshooting.aspx
• Troubleshooting error messages:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/mp10/
errors.aspx
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Note: The file name is limited to 36.3 characters (thirty-six to left of “.”,
three to right of “.”)
Only songs with English or Spanish filenames can be successfully
transferred to the phone for play back.
Note: Before transferring files, be sure to format your microSDTM/
TransFlashTM memory card with PC format FAT32. See “Formatting
microSD™/TransFlash™ Card using your PC” on page 131 for more
information.
1. Plug in the USB cable to your phone and connect it to a
USB port on your PC.
2. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. The Get
Tunes & Tones menu is highlighted, press
.
3. Highlight
Sync Music and press
.
4. Your phone should display the message, Connected.
5. Open Windows Media Player 10 on your PC and select
the SYNC option.
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6. The left-hand side of the Windows Media Player will
display the files on your PC. Check the songs you want to
download.
7. On the right-hand side of the Windows Media Player,
select whether you want to download the music to
Removable storage card or Phone internal memory.
8. Press the Start Sync button on the upper left-hand side
of the Windows Media Player.
10. Disconnect the USB cable.
11. To return to standby mode, press the
key.
Manage Music
This option allows you to view your music sorted by
genre, artist, album title, or song title. You can also create
playlists.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. The Get
Tunes & Tones menu is highlighted, press
.
2. Highlight
Manage Music and press
.
3. Your Music Library will appear. The following categories
are available:
• Genres: This option organizes your songs by music type
(genre). For example, Folk, Rock, Country, Classical, Soul,
Unknown and so on. Each folder will contain all songs within
that genre.
• Artists: This option organizes your songs by artist.
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9. A Synchronization Complete message will appear on
the phone when downloading is complete.
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• Albums: This option organizes your songs by album title.
Even if you only have one song from an album, a folder for the
album will display.
• Songs: This option organizes your songs by song title. To add
a song to a playlist, press the right soft key
Options and
select Add to playlist to place the song into one of your
playlists.
• Playlists: Any playlists that you have created are displayed in
this option. Press the right soft key
Create to create a
new playlist. With a playlist highlighted, press the right soft key
Options to play, edit, rename, or erase the playlist, or to
create a new playlist.
• Inbox: This repository is where alert notifications are received
when new music from a selected artist is available for
download.
• Play All: This option will play all of your songs in list order.
• Shuffle: This option will re-sort a playlist order.
4. You can press the left soft key
Get V CAST Music catalog.
Catalog to go to the
Creating a Playlist
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. The Get
Tunes & Tones menu is highlighted, press
.
2. Highlight
Manage Music and press
3. Highlight
Playlists and press
.
.
4. If playlist(s) already exist on the phone, press the right
soft key
Options. Highlight
Create playlist and
press
.
Or, if no playlists exist, press the right soft key
Create.
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5. Enter a title for the playlist in the text box and press
.
6. Press the
key to return to the Music Library menu.
You can select songs to add to the playlist by browsing
through Genres, Artists, Albums, or Songs in the Manage
Music library.
7. Highlight a song, press the right soft key
Options
and select
Add to Playlist. Highlight the
appropriate playlist and press
ADD.
8. To return to standby mode, press the
key.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU and use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. The Get
Tunes & Tones menu is highlighted, press
.
2. Highlight
Manage Music and press
3. Highlight
Playlists and press
.
.
4. Highlight the playlist you would like to edit and press the
right soft key
Options. Highlight
Edit playlist
and press
.
5. To remove a song from the playlist, highlight the song
and press the right soft key
Remove.
6. To change the order of the songs in your playlist,
highlight a song and press
Move. Then use the Up
or Down navigation keys to move the song up or down in
the playlist order. When you are finished, press
Save.
7. To return to standby mode, press the
key.
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Get PIX & FLIX
This menu allows you to get new PIX and FLIX from the
internet or take new PIX or FLIX using your phone’s
camera. You can also view the saved pictures.
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Get V CAST Video
V CAST, the next generation wireless technology that
unveils a whole new multimedia experience at your
fingertips, provides access to vibrant, full-color content
from some of the biggest names in entertainment. V CAST
is your link to video on demand, which allows you to
view or download video clips that contain breaking news,
sports highlights, weather and more.
For additional information regarding V CAST Video and
its use, see www.verizonwireless.com.
Note: To access and download videos, you must have the
displayed.
icon
Browsing, Selecting and Playing Video Clips
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. Highlight
Get PIX & FLIX and press
.
2. The Get V CAST Video option is highlighted. Press
.
3. Use the left or right navigation keys to highlight the
V CAST Video category you want.
4. After choosing the category you want press
. Choose
a sub category, if applicable, by using the navigation
keys or by entering the short-cut key number and press
.
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5. Use the navigation key to highlight a video. You may
press the right soft key
Options to read the
description of the video clip.
6. To view the highlighted video, press
VIEW.
7. Highlight Yes to accept charges, if applicable, and then
press
. After connection and buffering occurs, the
video clip begins.
Downloading a Video Clip
2. To download and save the highlighted video, press
SAVE. The video clip will be saved to My FLIX.
3. Highlight Yes to accept charges, if applicable, and then
press
. The video download begins.
4. Once the download is completed, “Download
Complete. Play video now?” appears in the display.
5. Select Yes and press
to view the video, or select No
to return to the V CAST Video menu.
Note: Not all video content available can be downloaded to your phone;
however, all content is available for viewing.
Deleting Video Clips
1. Launch V CAST Video. For information about launching
your video player, review "Get New PIX" on page 145.
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1. Launch V CAST Video and select a video you want to
save. For information about launching your video player
and choosing a video clip, review steps 1-5 of the
previous section, “Browsing, Selecting and Playing
Video Clips” above.
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2. Press the right soft key
highlighted.
3. Press
Options. My Clips is
. The clips you have downloaded are listed.
4. Use the navigation key to highlight the video you want to
erase and press the right soft key
Options. Erase is
highlighted.
5. Press
. Highlight Yes when the confirmation screen
displays, then press
.
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Using the Video Gallery
The video clips you save are stored in My FLIX. You can
access video clips without launching the V CAST Video
application and delete your saved video clips directly.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. Press Get
PIX & FLIX.
2. Press
My FLIX.
3. Use the navigation key to highlight V CAST Video, then
press
.
4. Use the navigation key to highlight the video you want to
delete and press the right soft key
Options.
5. Use the navigation key to highlight Erase and then
press
.
6. Highlight Yes to confirm that you want to erase the saved
clip, then press
.
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Configure Alerts for New Video Clips
1. Launch V CAST Video.
2. Use the right and left navigation keys to select the
V CAST Video categories you want to configure an alert.
3. Choose a sub category if applicable, then press the right
soft key
Options.
4. Highlight Alerts and press
.
5. Highlight Configure alerts and press
.
.
7. After reading terms, highlight Save to accept and press
, or highlight Cancel to decline and press
.
Note: Fees apply for text messages/alerts both sent and received.
Get New PIX
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. Press
Get PIX & FLIX.
2. To get new PIX press
Get New PIX. Press
Get
New App. You are connected to the internet. Follow the
on-screen prompts.
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Take PIX
This menu launches the camera.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. Press
Get PIX & FLIX.
2. Press
Take PIX. The camera is now active.
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3. Press the right soft key
Options, to choose the
specific camera settings. Use the right/left navigation
keys to advance to each setting category, and the up/
down navigation keys to make selections within each
category. The following categories are available:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Flash: Off, Always On, Auto, On This Shot
Self Timer: Off, 2 Sec., 5 Sec., 10 Sec.
Multi-Shot: Series Shot, Divided Shot, Auto/Manual
Quality: Fine, Normal, Economy
Resolution: (1280X960), (640X480), (320X240),
(160X120) and Picture ID
White Balance: Auto, Sunny, Cloudy, Tungsten,
Fluorescent, and Manual
Color Effects: Normal, Black & White, Sepia, Antique,
Negative, Green, Aqua, Cool, Warm, Sketch.
Metering: Average, Center, Spot
Settings: Memory (store PIX to phone or microSD TM/
TransFlashTM card), Auto Save, Icon Display, Shutter Sound,
Reset Setting
Camcorder: Switches from Camera to Camcorder
4. Press and hold
TAKE to capture a picture. Press the
right soft key
Erase to delete it or press the left soft
key
Save. The picture is now saved to the Gallery.
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5. To exit the camera, press the
key.
PIX Gallery
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. Press
Get PIX & FLIX.
2. Press
Take PIX. The camera is now active.
Note: When the phone memory is full camera mode cannot be activated.
My PIX to review the
4. Press the right soft key
Options to view your
pictures in a Slide Show, or to Lock the pictures from
deletion. Highlight Slide Show and press
. Press
PAUSE or the left soft key
Done to return.
5. From the My PIX, press
VIEW to view the
highlighted picture. Press the right soft key
Options
to select from the following options:
•
•
•
•
Send: Launches the Create PIX/FLIX Msg screen.
To PIX Place: Transfers the file to the online gallery.
Get New: Launches the internet to get online pictures.
Set As: Set the picture as the Main Wallpaper, Picture ID, or
Power On/Off image.
• Create Postcard: Adds text to a picture selected from the
PIX Gallery.
• Slide Show: Allows you to view of a series of pictures.
• Rename: Allows you to rename the picture.
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3. Press the left soft key
picture(s).
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• Move: Moves the images from the microSD™/TransFlash™
card to the phone and from the phone to the microSD™/
TransFlash™h card.
• Lock: Locks the picture to prevent deletion.
• Erase: Erases the selected picture from the gallery.
• Erase All: Erases all pictures from the gallery exept the
locked images.
• PIX Info: Provides the date, time, resolution, size and rights
to the selected picture.
6. Use the navigation key to make your selection and press
.
Take FLIX
This menu launches the camcorder.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW.
Press
Get PIX & FLIX.
2. Press
Record FLIX. The camcorder is now active.
Press the right soft key
Options to select from the
following options:
• Recording Mode: Limit for MMS (to record up to a 15
second clip to attach to a PIX/FLIX message), Normal (to record
video with length up to 10 minutes at a time).
• Flash: Off, Always On, Auto.
• Self Timer: Off, 2 Sec., 5 Sec., 10 Sec.
• Quality: Economy, Normal, or Fine. Quality is always set to
Economy.
• White Balance: Auto, Sunny, Cloudy, Tungsten,
Fluorescent, Manual.
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• Color Effects: Normal, Black & White, Sepia, Antique,
Negative, Green, Aqua, Cool, Warm.
• Settings: Memory (store FLIX to phone or microSD TM/
TransFlashTM card), Auto Save, Icon Display, Start Sound, End
Sound, Reset Setting.
• Camera: Switches from camcorder to camera.
3. Press
to save the settings.
4. Press
REC to begin recording. Press the left soft key
Pause or
STOP.
Erase or the left soft key
6. To exit the camcorder, press the
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5. Press the right soft key
Save.
key.
Note: If you receive an incoming call while using your camcorder, the
video recording is stopped. You will be presented with the call Ignore /
Accept screen. If you ignore the call, then you are given the choice to Save,
Send or Erase the video. If you accept the call, then your video is autosaved and the camcorder application exits in the background.
Note: If the battery level becomes too low while you are recording, the
recording is stopped and the video is auto-saved. The low battery indicator
will be displayed and you will exit from the camcorder application. If your
battery is too low then the phone will power down without saving the video.
Note: If you receive a text message, a multi-media message or a voice mail
while you are recording, the video recording is stopped. You are given the
choice to View Now or View Later. If you choose later, you are given the
chance to Save, Send or Erase the video. If you want to view the message
now, the video is auto-saved and the camera application exits in the
background.
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My FLIX
This menu allows you to review the videos you have taken
or downloaded and stored into your phone and/or
microSD TM/TransFlashTM card.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. Press
Get PIX & FLIX.
2. Press
My FLIX.
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3. Press the navigation key to highlight the desired video
clip and press
PLAY to play the selected video.
4. After playing the video, press the CLR key
return to the thumbnail view.
to
5. Press the right soft key
Options for the following
options. Highlight an option and press
to make your
selection.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
150
Send
To PIX Place
Get V CAST Video
Set As Wallpaper
Rename
Move
Lock
Erase
Erase All
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PIX Place
Send a PIX to your online album.
Note: You must first setup your account on the Verizon Wireless website:
www.verizonwireless.com before establishing a connection.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. Press
Get PIX & FLIX.
. The PIX Place sign-
3. Enter your Mobile Number and Password. Use the
navigation key to highlight LOGIN and press
. You
are now connected to your online album.
Get Fun & Games
Select from several fun and interesting applications or a
broad category of games that you can play on your phone.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. Press
Get Fun & Games.
2. Press
Get New App.
3. Use the navigation keys to make a selection and press
.
4. Choose the charge Either Subscription or Unlimited, then
press
. Follow in screen prompts to apply.
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2. Highlight PIX Place and press
on screen displays.
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Note: Some games include VibeTonz vibration feedback, similar to PC and
console games, offering enhanced realism. Visit www.vibetonz.com to see
the list of VibeTonz-enhanced mobile games for your phone.
Get News & Info
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. Press
Get News & Info.
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2. The browser is launched and a pop up screen with
available applications is displayed.
3. Use the navigation key to browse the categories.
4. Once the desired category is highlighted, press
enter the category list.
to
When you use Get News & Info, some of the keys operate
differently than during a normal phone call.
It presents on-screen items in any of the following ways:
• Text or numeric input
• Links (embedded in content)
• Numbered options (some options may not be numbered)
• Simple text
You can utilize the options or links by using the soft keys.
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Get Going
Get Going
Download applications that keep you in touch with the
world, keep you organized, and help you find the coolest
spots.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, use the left
navigation key to highlight
GET IT NOW. Press
Get Going.
2. Get New App. is highlighted. Press
.
4. Follow on screen subscription prompts and press
The download process begins.
.
5. At the “App installed successfully. Would you like to run
it?” prompt, press Yes to launch application, or No to
return to category list.
Note: The GET GOING menu will display all downloaded applications, with
the most current download first.
Get Extras
Get Extras is a backup assistant for your Address Book.
Get Extras saves your address book entries to a database
to protect them in the event that your phone is damaged
and allows them to be retrieved at a later date.
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3. Highlight the application you wish to download and
press
.
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Section 10: Tools
Topics Covered
• Voice Commands
• Calculator
• Calendar
• Alarm Clock
• World Clock
• Stop Watch
• Notepad
The topics covered in this section allow you to schedule
appointments, view the calendar, set an alarm, view time
zones, take notes, and perform simple math calculations.
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Voice Commands
For more information see, "VoiceSignal™" on page 39.
Calculator
You can perform calculations, including addition,
subtraction, multiplication and division using your
phone.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the right
navigation key to
SETTINGS & TOOLS. Press
Tools,
Calculator,
Normal. The Calculator
opens.
2. Enter the first number in your equation using the keypad.
(Numbers can be up to nine digits long.)
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3. Press the right soft key
Operator to display a popup menu which allows you to enter a Parenthesis or
Power if desired. Press the left soft key
Clear or
to clear all data entered.
4. Press
5. Press the
to change the sign for a number to a negative.
to add a decimal point.
6. Use the navigation keys to set the type of calculation that
you wish to perform. Your choices are as follows:
•
•
•
•
Up key: [+] Addition
Down key: [-] Subtraction
Right key: [x] Multiplication
Left key: [÷] Division
7. Use the keypad to enter the second number into your
equation.
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8. Press
to perform the calculation and view the result.
Tip
Calculates the tip and determine how much each person
should pay for the meal.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the right
navigation key to
SETTINGS & TOOLS. Press
Tools,
Calculator,
Tip. The Tip Calculator
opens.
2. Populate the following fields:
• Bill: enter the amount of the bill.
• Tip: enter the tip percentage.
• # Paying: enter the amount of people paying.
Note: Press the
key to enter a decimal point.
3. The tip is automatically calculated in the section below.
The Conversion menu provides the following conversion
categories:
• Temperature
• Length
• Weight
• Area
• Volume
• Currency
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To convert any of the above categories, do the following:
1. Scroll to the conversion feature you wish to use and
press the
key.
2. Use the Left or Right navigation keys to select the From
units of money or measure for the quantity you want
converted.
3. Enter the quantity you want converted in the text box.
Note: Press the
key to enter a decimal point.
Use the Left or Right navigation keys to select the To units
of money or measure for the quantity you want
converted.
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Calendar
Schedule up to eight events for any day by indicating
each event’s start and end time. Set alarms for events so
that you can be alerted before an event takes place. Events
scheduled for future dates automatically appear on your
Today events schedule for the present day.
Add a new event
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the right
navigation key to
SETTINGS & TOOLS. Press
Tools
Calendar. The calendar appears in the display
with the current date highlighted.
2. To view available options, press the right soft key
Options. A pop-up menu appears in the display that
contains the menu items.
• Weekly: View the current week.
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• Go To Date: Go to any date that you specify.
• Go to Today: View today’s events.
• Erase Old: Select a past event to delete.
• Erase All: Delete all events in your calendar
3. Press the left soft key
Add to add a new event.
4. The Appointment name field is highlighted. Enter the
name and use the down navigation key to move to the
following fields:
• Start Date: Enter the start date for the event.
• Start Time: Enter the start time for the event.
• am/pm: Select from am or pm for the start time.
• End Date: Enter the end date for the event.
• End Time: Enter the end time for the event.
• am/pm: Select from am or pm for the end time.
• Time Zone: Enter the time zone you wish your event to
reflect.
• Recurrence: Select the frequency of the event.
• Alert: Sets the alarm for the event. Select from Tone, Vibrate, or
Light Only.
• Reminder: Set a reminder up to one day before the event.
• Alert Time: Set the Alert Time to sound before the event
takes place.
5. Fill in and select event details using the navigation keys
and the alpha-numeric keypad.
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Note: Each time zone is listed as both a standard time zone and a daylight
time zone. For example, if you are in the Central Time zone, you would
enter CDT (Central Daylight Time) if you are on Daylight Savings time, or
CST (Central Standard Time) if you are not.
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6. Press
. The event is saved.
View an event
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the right
navigation key to
SETTINGS & TOOLS. Press
Tools
Calendar.
2. A calendar appears in the display with the current date
highlighted.
3. Use the navigation keys to highlight the date containing
the event that you wish to view. Press the right soft key
Options.
Tip: Use the volume key to move between months in the calendar.
4. In the pop-up menu that appears in the display, use the
navigation key to highlight Go To Date, then press
.
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5. Enter the desired date in the box, then press
. The
month that you entered appears in the display with the
event date highlighted.
6. Press
VIEW to view event details for the date.
7. To edit the event, press the left soft key
changes, then press
SAVE.
8. Press the right soft key
appears in the display.
Edit. Make
Options. A pop-up menu
9. To erase the current event, press
Erase. A pop-up
menu appears with Yes highlighted. press
to erase,
or highlight No to cancel.
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Alarm Clock
10. To see the selected date in a month view, press
Monthly.
11. To see the selected date in a week view, press
Weekly.
Alarm Clock
Your phone has an alarm clock that can be set to go off
once, or recur daily at a specific time. Once set, the alarm
clock is easy to change or turn off.
Set An Alarm
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the right
navigation key to
SETTINGS & TOOLS. Press
Tools
Alarm Clock. The Alarm Clock menu
displays with the Alarm 1 highlighted.
2. The following options appear in the display:
3. Use the navigation key to highlight the alarm that you
wish to enable, then press
. The Set Alarm (1, 2, or 3
depending on your selection) screen appears in the
display.
4. The Alarm field is highlighted. Use the left/right
navigation keys to select On or Off.
5. Press the down navigation key to highlight the Time
field, then enter the time that you wish for the alarm to
sound.
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• Alarm 2
• Alarm 3
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6. Press the down navigation key once to highlight the am/
pm field. Use the left/right navigation keys to select am
or pm.
7. Press the down navigation key once to highlight the
Frequency field. Use the left/right navigation keys to set
the frequency (occurrence) of the alarm. Below lists and
defines the options for this field.
• Once: The alarm sounds only once, at the time specified.
• Daily: The alarm sounds every day at the time specified.
• Mon-Fri: The alarm sounds Monday through Friday at the
time specified.
• Weekends: The alarm sounds Saturday through Sunday at
the time specified.
8. Press the down navigation key once to highlight the first
Ringer field. Use the left/right navigation keys to set the
ringer to Tone, Vibrate, or Light Only.
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9. If you selected Tone, press the down navigation key
again to highlight the second field. Use the left/right
navigation keys to set the alert tone to VZW Default Tone,
or select a tone from your My Ringtones or My Sounds
folders.
10. When all fields have correct information entered, press
SAVE to save your settings.
Disable an alarm before it sounds
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the right
navigation key to
SETTINGS & TOOLS. Press
Tools
Alarm Clock. The Alarm Clock menu
displays with the Alarm 1 highlighted.
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World Clock
2. Use the navigation keys to highlight the alarm you wish
to disable, then press the right soft key
Options. A
pop-up menu appears in the display.
3. Press
Off to turn the highlighted alarm off. Press
Reset Alarm to reset the highlighted alarm or
press
Reset All to reset all of the alarms.
Snooze
When an alarm sounds, a menu screen displays that
allows you to either turn the alarm off or to have the alarm
ring again after 5 minutes. This is called Snooze.
To use this feature follow these steps:
1. Set one of your phone’s 3 alarms. For more information
about setting an alarm, see "Set An Alarm" on page 161.
World Clock
World Clock allows you to view the time of day or night
in any part of the world.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the right
navigation key to
SETTINGS & TOOLS. Press
Tools
World Clock.
2. Use the left soft key
supported cities. Press
Cities to display the 46
to save your entry.
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2. When an alarm sounds, use the up/down navigation key
to highlight Snooze or Dismiss. To snooze, highlight
Snooze and press
to set it to ring again after 5
minutes. Or, highlight Dismiss to turn the alarm off
completely. The alarm turns off and the standby screen
displays.
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3. Press the right soft key
following options:
Options to view the
• Set As Local Time: Sets the time according to the city
chosen in the Cities field.
• DST On: Sets the Daylight Savings time option.
4. You can scroll through other cities by pressing the
navigation keys.
5. Press
to return to standby mode.
Stop Watch
This feature allows you to use a stopwatch. Press the
START to start the stopwatch. Press
STOP to stop
stopwatch. Press the right soft key
Reset to erase
recorded stopwatch time.
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1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the right
navigation key to
SETTINGS & TOOLS. Press
Tools
Stop Watch. The Stop Watch appears in the
display.
2. Press the
3. Press
START to start the stopwatch.
STOP to stop stopwatch.
4. Press the right soft key
stopwatch time.
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Notepad
Notepad
Create and store notes in Notepad. Return to Notepad
anytime to review and edit your notes.
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the right
navigation key to
SETTINGS & TOOLS. Press
Tools
Notepad.
2. If you have any stored notes, they appear as a list in the
display. If this is your first time in Notepad, No Note
displays.
3. To add a new memo, press the left soft key
then enter the memo using the keypad.
Add,
4. While entering a memo, press the left soft key
Abc,
to display a pop-up menu with the following text entry
modes
Word
Abc
ABC
123
Symbols
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•
•
•
•
5. Use the navigation keys to select the other available text
entry modes of 123, Word, and Symbol, or press
to exit the pop-up menu.
6. When you’re finished entering details for the note, press
. The note is saved.
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Review, Add, Edit, and Erase Memos
1. In standby mode, press
MENU, then press the right
navigation key to
SETTINGS & TOOLS. Press
Tools
Notepad. The Notepad menu opens. If you
have any stored notes, they appear as a list in the
display.
2. With a memo highlighted, press the right soft key
Options. A pop-up menu with the options listed in the
following table appears in the display:
• Edit: Edit the note currently highlighted or appearing in the
display.
• Erase: Erase the note currently highlighted or appearing in the
display.
• Erase All: Erase all notes.
• Lock/Unlock: Locks messages. When a message is locked
it cannot be deleted until it is unlocked.
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3. Use the navigation keys to highlight an option or press
to exit the pop-up menu.
4. Press
166
to perform the highlighted option’s function.
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Section 11: Mobile Web
Topics Covered
• Mobile Web
• Launching Mobile Web
• Exit Mobile Web
• Navigate the Web
• Mobile Web Soft keys
• Links
• Place a Call While Using Mobile Web
This section outlines the available mobile web options.
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Mobile Web
Mobile Web allows you to surf the web from your
wireless phone.
If you receive a call while using Mobile Web, the web
session is suspended during the call. Once the call ends,
your Mobile Web session resumes where you left off.
Note: This feature is currently unavailable outside of the United States.
Only available within the Verizon Wireless Enhanced Services Area.
Any time the service indicator icon is visible, you are connected to the
Internet and billed accordingly. Rates and prices vary according to your
service contract. For further information on billing contact Verizon Wireless.
Launching Mobile Web
Note: This feature is currently unavailable outside of the United States.
Only available within the Verizon Wireless Enhanced Services Area.
1. In standby mode, press the up navigation key. Mobile
Web and a list of categories (representing one or more
web sites) appears in the display.
2. Use the navigation key to browse the categories.
3. Once the desired category is highlighted, press
enter the category list.
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Exit Mobile Web
To exit the Mobile Web, press the
168
key.
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Navigate the Web
Navigate the Web
Note: This feature is currently unavailable outside of the United States.
Only available within the Verizon Wireless Enhanced Services Area.
When you use Mobile Web, some of the keys operate
differently than during a normal phone call.
Mobile Web presents on-screen items in any of the
following ways:
• Text or numeric input
• Links (embedded in content)
• Numbered options (some options may not be numbered)
• Simple text
You can act on the options or links by using the soft keys.
Mobile Web Soft Keys
Note: This feature is currently unavailable outside of the United States.
Only available within the Verizon Wireless Enhanced Services Area.
How Mobile Web keys work
The following table lists Mobile Web keys and functions.
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At the bottom of the Mobile Web display contains the
browser commands. The left
and right
soft keys on
the keypad are used to perform the commands in the
display. These are called “soft keys” because their
function changes depending where you are in the
application.
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Navigation Key: Use the navigation key to browse
lists and highlight options.
CLR Key: A browser back-up key. Press once to back
up one page. Press and hold to go back to Mobile Web
home page.
Press to clear the last number, letter, or symbol
entered. Press and hold to completely clear the
display.
Asterisk/Shift Key: Press before entering text to
enable upper case characters (in Abc mode).
0/Next Key: Press to enter a zero (0), or to display
another word in the dictionary when in Word entry
mode.
Pound/Space Key: Press to insert a space when
entering text.
Numbers 1 - 9: Use the number keys to select items
in a menu if they are numbered.
END Key: Press to exit Mobile Web and return the
phone to standby mode.
Left Soft Key: Press the left soft key to go to the
highlighted web link and/or perform the function
above it in the display.
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Right Soft Key: The right soft key is the Menu key.
Press this key to display a pop-up menu with several
options.
SEND Key: Press to dial a highlighted number.
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Links
Links
Note: This feature is currently unavailable outside of the United States.
Only available within the Verizon Wireless Enhanced Services Area.
Links can serve several purposes, such as jumping to a
different page, to a different site, or initiating a phone call.
Links are underlined (__). Normally, the left soft key
is used to select a highlighted link.
Place a Call While Using Mobile Web
Note: This feature is currently unavailable outside of the United States.
Only available within the Verizon Wireless Enhanced Services Area.
You can place a call while using Mobile Web if the website
supports this feature. Press the appropriate soft key to call
the number. In most cases you can also press
to call the
number. The Internet connection terminates when you
initiate the call. After you end the call, your phone returns
to standby mode.
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Section 12: Health and Safety
Information
Topics Covered
• Health and Safety Information
• Consumer Information on Wireless Phones
• Road Safety
• Operating Environment
• Using Your Phone Near Other Electronic Devices
• Potentially Explosive Environments
• Emergency Calls
• FCC Notice and Cautions
• Other Important Safety Information
• Product Performance
• Availability of Various Features/Ring Tones
• Battery Standby and Talk Time
• Battery Precautions
• Care and Maintenance
This section outlines the safety precautions associated
with using your phone. These safety precautions should
be followed to safely use your phone
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Health and Safety Information
Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) Signals
Certification Information (SAR)
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It
is designed and manufactured not to exceed the exposure
limits for radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC) of the U.S.
government. These FCC exposure limits are derived from
the recommendations of two expert organizations, the
National Counsel on Radiation Protection and
Measurement (NCRP) and the Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers (IEEE). In both cases, the
recommendations were developed by scientific and
engineering experts drawn from industry, government,
and academia after extensive reviews of the scientific
literature related to the biological effects of RF energy.
The exposure limit set by the FCC for wireless mobile
phones employs a unit of measurement known as the
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR). The SAR is a measure of
the rate of absorption of RF energy by the human body
expressed in units of watts per kilogram (W/kg). The FCC
requires wireless phones to comply with a safety limit of
1.6 watts per kilogram (1.6 W/kg). The FCC exposure
limit incorporates a substantial margin of safety to give
additional protection to the public and to account for any
variations in measurements.
SAR tests are conducted using standard operating
positions accepted by the FCC with the phone
transmitting at its highest certified power level in all
tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is determined
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Before a new model phone is available for sale to the
public, it must be tested and certified to the FCC that it
does not exceed the exposure limit established by the
FCC. Tests for each model phone are performed in
positions and locations (e.g. at the ear and worn on the
body) as required by the FCC. For body worn operation,
this phone has been tested and meets FCC RF exposure
guidelines when used with an accessory that contains no
metal and that positions the handset a minimum of 1.5 cm
from the body. Use of other accessories may not ensure
compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines.
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for
this mobile phone with all reported SAR levels evaluated
as in compliance with the FCC RF exposure guidelines.
The maximum SAR values for this model phone as
reported to the FCC are:
• Verizon Wireless mode:
• Head: 1.42 W/kg
• Body-worn: 1.37 W/kg
SAR information on this and other model phones can be
viewed on-line at www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid. To find
information that pertains to a particular model phone,
this site uses the phone FCC ID number which is usually
printed somewhere on the case of the phone. Sometimes
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at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level
of the phone while operating can be well below the
maximum value. This is because the phone is designed to
operate at multiple power levels so as to use only the
power required to reach the network. In general, the
closer you are to a wireless base station antenna, the lower
the power output.
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it may be necessary to remove the battery pack to find the
number. Once you have the FCC ID number for a
particular phone, follow the instructions on the website
and it should provide values for typical or maximum SAR
for a particular phone. Additional product specific SAR
information can also be obtained at www.fcc.gov/cgb/
sar.
UL Certified Travel Adapter
The Travel Adapter for this phone has met UL 1310 safety
requirements. Please adhere to the following safety
instructions per UL guidelines.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS
OUTLINED MAY LEAD TO SERIOUS PERSONAL
INJURY AND POSSIBLE PROPERTY DAMAGE
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS - SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS.
DANGER - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR
ELECTRIC SHOCK, CAREFULLY FOLLOW THESE
INSTRUCTIONS.
FOR CONNECTION TO A SUPPLY NOT IN THE U.S.A.,
USE AN ATTACHMENT PLUG ADAPTOR OF
THE PROPER CONFIGURATION FOR THE POWER
OUTLET.
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Consumer Information on Wireless Phones
What kinds of phones are the subject of this update?
The term wireless phone refers here to hand-held wireless
phones with built-in antennas, often called "cell,"
"mobile," or "PCS" phones. These types of wireless phones
can expose the user to measurable radio frequency energy
(RF) because of the short distance between the phone and
the user's head. These RF exposures are limited by Federal
Communications Commission safety guidelines that
were developed with the advice of FDA and other federal
health and safety agencies. When the phone is located at
greater distances from the user, the exposure to RF is
drastically lower because a person's RF exposure
decreases rapidly with increasing distance from the
source. The so-called "cordless phones," which have a
base unit connected to the telephone wiring in a house,
typically operate at far lower power levels, and thus
produce RF exposures well within the FCC's compliance
limits.
Do wireless phones pose a health hazard?
The available scientific evidence does not show that any
health problems are associated with using wireless
phones. There is no proof, however, that wireless phones
are absolutely safe. Wireless phones emit low levels of
radio frequency energy (RF) in the microwave range
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has
published a series of Questions and Answers for
consumers relating to radio frequency (RF) exposure
from wireless phones. The FDA publication includes the
following information:
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while being used. They also emit very low levels of RF
when in the stand-by mode. Whereas high levels of RF can
produce health effects (by heating tissue), exposure to low
level RF that does not produce heating effects causes no
known adverse health effects. Many studies of low level
RF exposures have not found any biological effects. Some
studies have suggested that some biological effects may
occur, but such findings have not been confirmed by
additional research. In some cases, other researchers have
had difficulty in reproducing those studies, or in
determining the reasons for inconsistent results.
What is FDA's role concerning the safety of wireless
phones?
Under the law, FDA does not review the safety of
radiation-emitting consumer products such as wireless
phones before they can be sold, as it does with new drugs
or medical devices. However, the agency has authority to
take action if wireless phones are shown to emit radio
frequency energy (RF) at a level that is hazardous to the
user. In such a case, FDA could require the manufacturers
of wireless phones to notify users of the health hazard and
to repair, replace or recall the phones so that the hazard no
longer exists.
Although the existing scientific data do not justify FDA
regulatory actions, FDA has urged the wireless phone
industry to take a number of steps, including the
following:
• Support needed research into possible biological effects of RF
of the type emitted by wireless phones;
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• Design wireless phones in a way that minimizes any RF
exposure to the user that is not necessary for device function;
and
possible information on possible effects of wireless phone use
on human health.
FDA belongs to an interagency working group of the
federal agencies that have responsibility for different
aspects of RF safety to ensure coordinated efforts at the
federal level. The following agencies belong to this
working group:
• National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
• Environmental Protection Agency
• Federal Communications Commission
• Occupational Safety and Health Administration
• National Telecommunications and Information Administration
The National Institutes of Health participates in some
interagency working group activities, as well.
FDA shares regulatory responsibilities for wireless
phones with the Federal Communications Commission
(FCC). All phones that are sold in the United States must
comply with FCC safety guidelines that limit RF
exposure. FCC relies on FDA and other health agencies
for safety questions about wireless phones.
FCC also regulates the base stations that the wireless
phone networks rely upon. While these base stations
operate at higher power than do the wireless phones
themselves, the RF exposures that people get from these
base stations are typically thousands of times lower than
those they can get from wireless phones. Base stations are
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• Cooperate in providing users of wireless phones with the best
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thus not the primary subject of the safety questions
discussed in this document.
What are the results of the research done already?
The research done thus far has produced conflicting
results, and many studies have suffered from flaws in
their research methods. Animal experiments
investigating the effects of radio frequency energy (RF)
exposures characteristic of wireless phones have yielded
conflicting results that often cannot be repeated in other
laboratories. A few animal studies, however, have
suggested that low levels of RF could accelerate the
development of cancer in laboratory animals. However,
many of the studies that showed increased tumor
development used animals that had been genetically
engineered or treated with cancer-causing chemicals so as
to be pre-disposed to develop cancer in absence of RF
exposure. Other studies exposed the animals to RF for up
to 22 hours per day. These conditions are not similar to the
conditions under which people use wireless phones, so
we don't know with certainty what the results of such
studies mean for human health.
Three large epidemiology studies have been published
since December 2000. Between them, the studies
investigated any possible association between the use of
wireless phones and primary brain cancer, glioma,
meningioma, or acoustic neuroma, tumors of the brain or
salivary gland, leukemia, or other cancers. None of the
studies demonstrated the existence of any harmful health
effects from wireless phones RF exposures. However,
none of the studies can answer questions about long-term
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exposures, since the average period of phone use in these
studies was around three years.
A combination of laboratory studies and
epidemiological studies of people actually using wireless
phones would provide some of the data that are needed.
Lifetime animal exposure studies could be completed in
a few years. However, very large numbers of animals
would be needed to provide reliable proof of a cancer
promoting effect if one exists. Epidemiological studies
can provide data that is directly applicable to human
populations, but ten or more years' follow-up may be
needed to provide answers about some health effects,
such as cancer. This is because the interval between the
time of exposure to a cancer-causing agent and the time
tumors develop - if they do - may be many, many years.
The interpretation of epidemiological studies is
hampered by difficulties in measuring actual RF exposure
during day-to-day use of wireless phones. Many factors
affect this measurement, such as the angle at which the
phone is held, or which model of phone is used.
What is FDA doing to find out more about the possible
health effects of wireless phone RF?
FDA is working with the U.S. National Toxicology
Program and with groups of investigators around the
world to ensure that high priority animal studies are
conducted to address important questions about the
effects of exposure to radio frequency energy (RF).
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What research is needed to decide whether RF exposure
from wireless phones poses a health risk?
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FDA has been a leading participant in the World Health
Organization international Electromagnetic Fields (EMF)
Project since its inception in 1996. An influential result of
this work has been the development of a detailed agenda
of research needs that has driven the establishment of new
research programs around the world. The Project has also
helped develop a series of public information documents
on EMF issues.
FDA and Cellular Telecommunications & Internet
Association (CTIA) have a formal Cooperative Research
and Development Agreement (CRADA) to do research on
wireless phone safety. FDA provides the scientific
oversight, obtaining input from experts in government,
industry, and academic organizations. CTIA-funded
research is conducted through contracts to independent
investigators. The initial research will include both
laboratory studies and studies of wireless phone users.
The CRADA will also include a broad assessment of
additional research needs in the context of the latest
research developments around the world.
What steps can I take to reduce my exposure to radio
frequency energy from my wireless phone?
If there is a risk from these products - and at this point we
do not know that there is - it is probably very small. But if
you are concerned about avoiding even potential risks,
you can take a few simple steps to minimize your
exposure to radio frequency energy (RF). Since time is a
key factor in how much exposure a person receives,
reducing the amount of time spent using a wireless phone
will reduce RF exposure.
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• If you must conduct extended conversations by wireless phone
Again, the scientific data do not demonstrate that
wireless phones are harmful. But if you are concerned
about the RF exposure from these products, you can use
measures like those described above to reduce your RF
exposure from wireless phone use.
What about children using wireless phones?
The scientific evidence does not show a danger to users of
wireless phones, including children and teenagers. If you
want to take steps to lower exposure to radio frequency
energy (RF), the measures described above would apply
to children and teenagers using wireless phones.
Reducing the time of wireless phone use and increasing
the distance between the user and the RF source will
reduce RF exposure.
Some groups sponsored by other national governments
have advised that children be discouraged from using
wireless phones at all. For example, the government in the
United Kingdom distributed leaflets containing such a
recommendation in December 2000. They noted that no
evidence exists that using a wireless phone causes brain
tumors or other ill effects. Their recommendation to limit
wireless phone use by children was strictly
precautionary; it was not based on scientific evidence that
any health hazard exists.
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every day, you could place more distance between your body
and the source of the RF, since the exposure level drops off
dramatically with distance. For example, you could use a
headset and carry the wireless phone away from your body or
use a wireless phone connected to a remote antenna.
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Do hands-free kits for wireless phones reduce
risks from exposure to RF emissions?
Since there are no known risks from exposure to RF
emissions from wireless phones, there is no reason to
believe that hands-free kits reduce risks. Hands-free kits
can be used with wireless phones for convenience and
comfort. These systems reduce the absorption of RF
energy in the head because the phone, which is the source
of the RF emissions, will not be placed against the head.
On the other hand, if the phone is mounted against the
waist or other part of the body during use, then that part
of the body will absorb more RF energy. Wireless phones
marketed in the U.S. are required to meet safety
requirements regardless of whether they are used against
the head or against the body. Either configuration should
result in compliance with the safety limit.
Do wireless phone accessories that claim to shield
the head from RF radiation work?
Since there are no known risks from exposure to RF
emissions from wireless phones, there is no reason to
believe that accessories that claim to shield the head from
those emissions reduce risks. Some products that claim to
shield the user from RF absorption use special phone
cases, while others involve nothing more than a metallic
accessory attached to the phone. Studies have shown that
these products generally do not work as advertised.
Unlike "hand-free" kits, these so-called "shields" may
interfere with proper operation of the phone. The phone
may be forced to boost its power to compensate, leading
to an increase in RF absorption. In February 2002, the
Federal trade Commission (FTC) charged two companies
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What about wireless phone interference with
medical equipment?
Radio frequency energy (RF) from wireless phones can
interact with some electronic devices. For this reason,
FDA helped develop a detailed test method to measure
electromagnetic interference (EMI) of implanted cardiac
pacemakers and defibrillators from wireless telephones.
This test method is now part of a standard sponsored by
the Association for the Advancement of Medical
instrumentation (AAMI). The final draft, a joint effort by
FDA, medical device manufacturers, and many other
groups, was completed in late 2000. This standard will
allow manufacturers to ensure that cardiac pacemakers
and defibrillators are safe from wireless phone EMI. FDA
has tested wireless phones and helped develop a
voluntary standard sponsored by the Institute of
Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). This standard
specifies test methods and performance requirements for
hearing aids and wireless phones so that no interference
occurs when a person uses a compatible phone and a
compatible hearing aid at the same time. This standard
was approved by the IEEE in 2000.
FDA continues to monitor the use of wireless phones for
possible interactions with other medical devices. Should
harmful interference be found to occur, FDA will conduct
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that sold devices that claimed to protect wireless phone
users from radiation with making false and
unsubstantiated claims. According to FTC, these
defendants lacked a reasonable basis to substantiate their
claim.
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testing to assess the interference and work to resolve the
problem.
Additional information on the safety of RF exposures
from various sources can be obtained from the following
organizations:
• FCC RF Safety Program:
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/
• Environmental Protection Agency (EPA):
http://www.epa.gov/radiation/
• Occupational Safety and health Administration's (OSHA):
http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/radiofrequencyradiation/
index.html
• National institute for Occupational Safety and health (NIOSH):
http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/emf/
• World health Organization (WHO):
http://www.who.int/peh-emf/
• International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection:
http://www.icnirp.de
• National Radiation Protection Board (UK):
http://www.hpa.org.uk/radiation/
• Updated 7/16/2003: US Food and Drug Administration
http://www.fda.gov/cellphones
Road Safety
Your wireless phone gives you the powerful ability to
communicate by voice, almost anywhere, anytime. But an
important responsibility accompanies the benefits of
wireless phones, one that every user must uphold.
When driving a car, driving is your first responsibility.
When using your wireless phone behind the wheel of a
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car, practice good common sense and remember the
following tips:
2. When available, use a hands-free device. If possible,
add an additional layer of convenience and safety to
your wireless phone with one of the many hands free
accessories available today.
3. Position your wireless phone within easy reach. Be able
to access your wireless phone without removing your
eyes from the road. If you get an incoming call at an
inconvenient time, let your voicemail answer it for you.
4. Let the person you are speaking with know you are
driving; if necessary, suspend the call in heavy traffic or
hazardous weather conditions. Rain, sleet, snow, ice and
even heavy traffic can be hazardous.
5. Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while
driving. Jotting down a "to do" list or flipping through
your address book takes attention away from your
primary responsibility, driving safely.
6. Dial sensibly and assess the traffic; if possible, place
calls when you are not moving or before pulling into
traffic. Try to plan calls when your car will be stationary.
If you need to make a call while moving, dial only a few
numbers, check the road and your mirrors, then
continue.
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1. Get to know your wireless phone and its features, such
as speed dial and redial. If available, these features help
you to place your call without taking your attention off
the road.
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7. Do not engage in stressful or emotional conversations
that may be distracting. Make people you are talking
with aware you are driving and suspend conversations
that have the potential to divert your attention from the
road.
8. Use your wireless phone to call for help. Dial 9-1-1 or
other local emergency number in the case of fire, traffic
accident or medical emergencies. Remember, it is a free
call on your wireless phone!
9. Use your wireless phone to help others in emergencies. If
you see an auto accident, crime in progress or other
serious emergency where lives are in danger, call 9-1-1
or other local emergency number, as you would want
others to do for you.
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Operating Environment
"The wireless industry reminds you to use your phone safely
when driving."
For more information, please call 1-888-901-SAFE, or visit
our web-site www.wow-com.com
Provided by the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet
Association.
Operating Environment
Remember to follow any special regulations in force in
any area and always switch your phone off whenever it is
forbidden to use it, or when it may cause interference or
danger. When connecting the phone or any accessory to
another device, read its user's guide for detailed safety
instructions. Do not connect incompatible products.
As with other mobile radio transmitting equipment, users
are advised that for the satisfactory operation of the
equipment and for the safety of personnel, it is
recommended that the equipment should only be used in
the normal operating position (held to your ear with the
antenna pointing over your shoulder if you are using an
external antenna).
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10. Call roadside assistance or a special non-emergency
wireless assistance number when necessary. If you see
a broken-down vehicle posing no serious hazard, a
broken traffic signal, a minor traffic accident where no
one appears injured, or a vehicle you know to be stolen,
call roadside assistance or other special non-emergency
number.
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Using Your Phone Near Other Electronic Devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from radio
frequency (RF) signals. However, certain electronic
equipment may not be shielded against the RF signals
from your wireless phone. Consult the manufacturer to
discuss alternatives.
Pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum
distance of 15 cm (6 inches) be maintained between a
wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential
interference with the pacemaker.
These recommendations are consistent with the
independent research and recommendations of Wireless
Technology Research.
Persons with pacemakers:
• should always keep the phone more than 15 cm (6 inches) from
their pacemaker when the phone is switched on.
• should not carry the phone in a breast pocket.
• should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize
potential interference.
If you have any reason to suspect that interference is
taking place, switch your phone off immediately.
Hearing Aid Compatibility with Mobile Phones
When some mobile phones are used near some hearing
devices (hearing aids and cochlear implants), users may
detect a buzzing, humming, or whining noise. Some
hearing devices are more immune than others to this
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interference noise, and phones also vary in the amount of
interference they generate.
The ratings are not guarantees. Results will vary
depending on the user’s hearing device and hearing loss.
If your hearing device happens to be vulnerable to
interference, you may not be able to use a rated phone
successfully. Trying out the phone with your hearing
device is the best way to evaluate it for your personal
needs.
M-Ratings: Phones rated M3 or M4 meet FCC
requirements and are likely to generate less interference
to hearing devices than phones that are not labeled. M4 is
the better/higher of the two ratings.
T-Ratings: Phones rated T3 or T4 meet FCC requirements
and are likely to be more usable with a hearing device’s
telecoil (“T Switch” or “Telephone Switch”) than unrated
phones. T4 is the better/higher of the two ratings. (Note
that not all hearing devices have telecoils in them.)
Hearing devices may also be measured for immunity to
this type of interference. Your hearing device
manufacturer or hearing health professional may help
you find results for your hearing device. The more
immune your hearing aid is, the less likely you are to
experience interference noise from mobile phones.
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The wireless telephone industry has developed ratings
for some of their mobile phones, to assist hearing device
users in finding phones that may be compatible with their
hearing devices. Not all phones have been rated. Phones
that are rated have the rating on their box or a label on the
box.
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Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal medical devices, consult the
manufacturer of your device to determine if it is
adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your
physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this
information. Switch your phone off in health care facilities
when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to
do so. Hospitals or health care facilities may be using
equipment that could be sensitive to external RF energy.
Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or
inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor
vehicles. Check with the manufacturer or its
representative regarding your vehicle. You should also
consult the manufacturer of any equipment that has been
added to your vehicle.
Posted Facilities
Switch your phone off in any facility where posted notices
require you to do so.
Potentially Explosive Environments
Switch your phone off when in any area with a potentially
explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions.
Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire
resulting in bodily injury or even death.
Users are advised to switch the phone off while at a
refueling point (service station). Users are reminded of
the need to observe restrictions on the use of radio
equipment in fuel depots
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(fuel storage and distribution areas), chemical plants or
where blasting operations are in progress.
Emergency Calls
This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio
signals, wireless and landline networks as well as userprogrammed functions, which cannot guarantee
connection in all conditions. Therefore, you should never
rely solely on any wireless phone for essential
communications (medical emergencies, for example).
Remember, to make or receive any calls the phone must be
switched on and in a service area with adequate signal
strength. Emergency calls may not be possible on all
wireless phone networks or when certain network
services and/or phone features are in use. Check with
local service providers.
To make an emergency call:
1. If the phone is not on, switch it on.
2. Key in the emergency number for your present location
(for example, 911 or other official emergency number).
Emergency numbers vary by location.
3. Press the Send key.
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Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often
but not always clearly marked. They include below deck
on boats, chemical transfer or storage facilities, vehicles
using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or
butane), areas where the air contains chemicals or
particles, such as grain, dust or metal powders, and any
other area where you would normally be advised to turn
off your vehicle engine.
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If certain features are in use (call barring, for example),
you may first need to deactivate those features before you
can make an emergency call. Consult this document and
your local cellular service provider.
When making an emergency call, remember to give all the
necessary information as accurately as possible.
Remember that your phone may be the only means of
communication at the scene of an accident; do not cut off
the call until given permission to do so.
Restricting Children's access to your Phone
Your phone is not a toy. Children should not be allowed to
play with it because they could hurt themselves and
others, damage the phone or make calls that increase your
phone bill.
FCC Notice and Cautions
FCC Notice
The phone may cause TV or radio interference if used in
close proximity to receiving equipment. The FCC can
require you to stop using the phone if such interference
cannot be eliminated.
Vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane
or butane) must comply with the National Fire Protection
Standard (NFPA-58). For a copy of this standard, contact
the National Fire Protection Association, One
Batterymarch Park, Quincy, MA 02269, Attn: Publication
Sales Division.
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Other Important Safety Information
Cautions
Although your phone is quite sturdy, it is a complex piece
of equipment and can be broken. Avoid dropping, hitting,
bending or sitting on it.
Other Important Safety Information
• Only qualified personnel should service the phone or install the
phone in a vehicle. Faulty installation or service may be
dangerous and may invalidate any warranty applicable to the
device.
• Check regularly that all wireless phone equipment in your
vehicle is mounted and operating properly.
• Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or explosive
materials in the same compartment as the phone, its parts or
accessories.
• For vehicles equipped with an air bag, remember that an air bag
inflates with great force. Do not place objects, including both
installed or portable wireless equipment in the area over the air
bag or in the air bag deployment area. If wireless equipment is
improperly installed and the air bag inflates, serious injury
could result.
• Switch your phone off before boarding an aircraft. The use of
wireless phone in aircraft is illegal and may be dangerous to
the aircraft's operation.
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Any changes or modifications to your phone not
expressly approved in this document could void your
warranty for this equipment, and void your authority to
operate this equipment. Only use approved batteries,
antennas and chargers. The use of any unauthorized
accessories may be dangerous and void the phone
warranty if said accessories cause damage or a defect to
the phone.
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suspension or denial of telephone services to the offender, or
legal action, or both.
Product Performance
Getting the Most Out of Your Signal Reception
The quality of each call you make or receive depends on
the signal strength in your area. Your phone informs you
of the current signal strength by displaying a number of
bars next to the signal strength icon. The more bars
displayed, the stronger the signal.
If you're inside a building, being near a window may give
you better reception.
Understanding the Power Save Feature
If your phone is unable to find a signal after 15 minutes of
searching, a Power Save feature is automatically
activated. If your phone is active, it periodically rechecks
service availability or you can check it yourself by
pressing any key.
Anytime the Power Save feature is activated, a message
displays on the screen. When a signal is found, your
phone returns to standby mode.
Understanding How Your Phone Operates
Your phone is basically a radio transmitter and receiver.
When it's turned on, it receives and transmits radio
frequency (RF) signals. When you use your phone, the
system handling your call controls the power level. This
power can range from 0.006 watts to 0.2 watts in digital
mode.
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Availability of Various Features/Ring Tones
Maintaining Your Phone's Peak Performance
There are several simple guidelines to operating your
phone properly and maintaining safe, satisfactory
service.
• If your phone is equipped with an external antenna, hold the
phone with the antenna raised, fully-extended and over your
shoulder.
• Do not hold, bend or twist the phone's antenna, if applicable.
• Do not use the phone if the antenna is damaged.
• If your phone is equipped with an internal antenna, obstructing
the internal antenna could inhibit call performance.
• Speak directly into the phone's receiver.
• Avoid exposing your phone and accessories to rain or liquid
spills. If your phone does get wet, immediately turn the power
off and remove the battery. If it is inoperable, call Customer
Care for service.
Availability of Various Features/Ring Tones
Many services and features are network dependent and
may require additional subscription and/or usage
charges. Not all features are available for purchase or use
in all areas. Downloadable Ring Tones may be available at
an additional cost. Other conditions and restrictions may
apply. See your service provider for additional
information.
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For the best care of your phone, only authorized
personnel should service your phone and accessories.
Faulty service may void the warranty.
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Battery Standby and Talk Time
Standby and talk times will vary depending on phone
usage patterns and conditions. Battery power
consumption depends on factors such as network
configuration, signal strength, operating temperature,
features selected, frequency of calls, and voice, data, and
other application usage patterns.
Battery Precautions
• Avoid dropping the cell phone. Dropping it, especially on a hard
surface, can potentially cause damage to the phone and
battery. If you suspect damage to the phone or battery, take it
to a service center for inspection.
• Never use any charger or battery that is damaged in any way.
• Use the battery only for its intended purpose.
• If you use the phone near the network's base station, it uses
less power; talk and standby time are greatly affected by the
signal strength on the cellular network and the parameters set
by the network operator.
• Follow battery usage, storage and charging guidelines found in
the user’s guide.
• Battery charging time depends on the remaining battery charge
and the type of battery and charger used. The battery can be
charged and discharged hundreds of times, but it will gradually
wear out. When the operation time (talk time and standby time)
is noticeably shorter than normal, it is time to buy a new
battery.
• If left unused, a fully charged battery will discharge itself over
time.
• Use only Samsung-approved batteries and recharge your
battery only with Samsung-approved chargers. When a charger
is not in use, disconnect it from the power source. Do not leave
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the battery connected to a charger for more than a week, since
overcharging may shorten its life.
Some Web sites and second-hand dealers, not associated with
reputable manufacturers and carriers, might be selling
incompatible or even counterfeit batteries and chargers.
Consumers should purchase manufacturer or carrier
recommended products and accessories. If unsure about
whether a replacement battery or charger is compatible,
contact the manufacturer of the battery or charger.
• Extreme temperatures will affect the charging capacity of your
battery: it may require cooling or warming first.
• Do not leave the battery in hot or cold places, such as in a car in
summer or winter conditions, as you will reduce the capacity
and lifetime of the battery. Always try to keep the battery at
room temperature. A phone with a hot or cold battery may
temporarily not work, even when the battery is fully charged.
Li-ion batteries are particularly affected by temperatures below
0 °C (32 °F).
• Do not place the phone in areas that may get very hot, such as
on or near a cooking surface, cooking appliance, iron, or
radiator.
• Do not get your phone or battery wet. Even though they will dry
and appear to operate normally, the circuitry could slowly
corrode and pose a safety hazard.
• Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental short-circuiting can
occur when a metallic object (coin, clip or pen) causes a direct
connection between the + and - terminals of the battery (metal
strips on the battery), for example when you carry a spare
battery in a pocket or bag. Short-circuiting the terminals may
damage the battery or the object causing the short-circuiting.
• Do not permit a battery out of the phone to come in contact with
metal objects, such as coins, keys or jewelry.
• Do not crush, puncture or put a high degree of pressure on the
battery as this can cause an internal short-circuit, resulting in
overheating.
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• Do not use incompatible cell phone batteries and chargers.
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• Dispose of used batteries in accordance with local regulations.
In some areas, the disposal of batteries in household or
business trash may be prohibited. For safe disposal options for
Li-Ion batteries, contact your nearest Samsung authorized
service center. Always recycle. Do not dispose of batteries in a
fire.
Non-Supported Battery
WARNING TO USER: If you have received the message
on your phone "non supported battery, see user guide,"
then your phone has detected a nonsupported battery.
You must press "OK" on your phone to be able to continue
usage. Once you have received this detection message,
the handset will not charge the non supported battery.
Your handset will only charge a supported battery. Please
call *611 for information regarding resolving this issue.
Care and Maintenance
Your phone is a product of superior design and
craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The
suggestions below will help you fulfill any warranty
obligations and allow you to enjoy this product for many
years
• Keep the phone and all its parts and accessories out of the
reach of small children.
• Keep the phone dry. Precipitation, humidity and liquids contain
minerals that will corrode electronic circuits.
• Do not use the phone with a wet hand. Doing so may cause an
electric shock to you or damage to the phone.
• Do not use or store the phone in dusty, dirty areas, as its moving
parts may be damaged.
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• Do not store the phone in hot areas. High temperatures can
shorten the life of electronic devices, damage batteries, and
warp or melt certain plastics.
up to its normal operating temperature, moisture can form
inside the phone, which may damage the phone's electronic
circuit boards.
• Do not drop, knock or shake the phone. Rough handling can
break internal circuit boards.
• Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents or strong
detergents to clean the phone. Wipe it with a soft cloth slightly
dampened in a mild soap-and-water solution.
• Do not paint the phone. Paint can clog the device's moving
parts and prevent proper operation.
• Do not put the phone in or on heating devices, such as a
microwave oven, a stove or a radiator. The phone may explode
when overheated.
• If your phone has an external antenna, use only the supplied or
an approved replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas or
modified accessories may damage the phone and violate
regulations governing radio devices.
• If the phone, battery, charger or any accessory is not working
properly, take it to your nearest qualified service facility. The
personnel there will assist you, and if necessary, arrange for
service.
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• Do not store the phone in cold areas. When the phone warms
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Section 13: Warranty Information
Topics Covered
• Standard Limited Warranty
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This section explains the warranty information for
your new phone.
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Standard Limited Warranty
What is Covered and For How Long? SAMSUNG
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TELECOMMUNICATIONS AMERICA, L.P.
("SAMSUNG") warrants to the original purchaser
("Purchaser") that SAMSUNG's Phones and accessories
("Products") are free from defects in material and
workmanship under normal use and service for the
period commencing upon the date of purchase and
continuing for the following specified period of time after
that date:
Phone
1 Year
Batteries
1 Year
Leather Case/ Pouch
90 Days
Holster
90 Days
Other Phone Accessories
1 Year
What is Not Covered? This Limited Warranty is conditioned
upon proper use of Product by Purchaser. This Limited
Warranty does not cover: (a) defects or damage resulting
from accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, unusual physical,
electrical or electromechanical stress, or modification of
any part of Product, including antenna, or cosmetic
damage; (b) equipment that has the serial number
removed or made illegible; (c) any plastic surfaces or other
externally exposed parts that are scratched or damaged
due to normal use; (d) malfunctions resulting from the use
of Product in conjunction with accessories, products, or
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What are SAMSUNG's Obligations? During the applicable
warranty period, SAMSUNG will repair or replace, at
SAMSUNG's sole option, without charge to Purchaser,
any defective component part of Product. To obtain
service under this Limited Warranty, Purchaser must
return Product to an authorized phone service facility in
an adequate container for shipping, accompanied by
Purchaser's sales receipt or comparable substitute proof
of sale showing the date of purchase, the serial number of
Product and the sellers' name and address. To obtain
assistance on where to deliver the Product, call Samsung
Customer Care at 1-888-987-4357. Upon receipt,
SAMSUNG will promptly repair or replace the defective
Product. SAMSUNG may, at SAMSUNG's sole option,
use rebuilt, reconditioned, or new parts or components
when repairing any Product or replace Product with a
rebuilt, reconditioned or new Product. Repaired/
replaced leather cases, pouches and holsters will be
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ancillary/peripheral equipment not furnished or
approved by SAMSUNG; (e) defects or damage from
improper testing, operation, maintenance, installation, or
adjustment; (f) installation, maintenance, and service of
Product, or (g) Product used or purchased outside the
United States or Canada. This Limited Warranty covers
batteries only if battery capacity falls below 80% of rated
capacity or the battery leaks, and this Limited Warranty
does not cover any battery if (i) the battery has been
charged by a battery charger not specified or approved by
SAMSUNG for charging the battery, (ii) any of the seals
on the battery are broken or show evidence of tampering,
or (iii) the battery has been used in equipment other than
the SAMSUNG phone for which it is specified.
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warranted for a period of ninety (90) days. All other
repaired/replaced Product will be warranted for a period
equal to the remainder of the original Limited Warranty
on the original Product or for 90 days, whichever is longer.
All replaced parts, components, boards and equipment
shall become the property of SAMSUNG. If SAMSUNG
determines that any Product is not covered by this
Limited Warranty, Purchaser must pay all parts,
shipping, and labor charges for the repair or return of such
Product.
WHAT ARE THE LIMITS ON SAMSUNG'S WARRANTY/LIABILITY?
EXCEPT AS SET FORTH IN THE EXPRESS WARRANTY
CONTAINED HEREIN, PURCHASER TAKES THE
PRODUCT "AS IS," AND SAMSUNG MAKES NO
WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION AND THERE
ARE NO CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, OF ANY KIND
WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
• THE MERCHANTABILITY OF THE PRODUCT OR ITS FITNESS FOR
ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE;
• WARRANTIES OF TITLE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT;
• DESIGN, CONDITION, QUALITY, OR PERFORMANCE OF THE
PRODUCT;
• THE WORKMANSHIP OF THE PRODUCT OR THE COMPONENTS
CONTAINED THEREIN; OR
• COMPLIANCE OF THE PRODUCT WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF
ANY LAW, RULE, SPECIFICATION OR CONTRACT PERTAINING
THERETO.
NOTHING CONTAINED IN THE INSTRUCTION
MANUAL SHALL BE CONSTRUED TO CREATE AN
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RESULTING FROM THE PURCHASE, USE, OR
MISUSE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT OR
ARISING DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM THE USE
OR LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT OR FROM THE
BREACH OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY, INCLUDING
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR
SIMILAR DAMAGES, OR LOSS OF ANTICIPATED
PROFITS OR BENEFITS, OR FOR DAMAGES ARISING
FROM ANY TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR
GROSS NEGLIGENCE) OR FAULT COMMITTED BY
SAMSUNG, ITS AGENTS OR EMPLOYEES, OR FOR
ANY BREACH OF CONTRACT OR FOR ANY CLAIM
BROUGHT AGAINST PURCHASER BY ANY OTHER
PARTY. SOME STATES/PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW
THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE
LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO
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EXPRESS WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER
WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT. ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS THAT MAY ARISE
BY OPERATION OF LAW, INCLUDING IF
APPLICABLE THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE HEREBY LIMITED TO
THE SAME DURATION OF TIME AS THE EXPRESS
WRITTEN WARRANTY STATED HEREIN. SOME
STATES/PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW
LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED
WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION
MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. IN ADDITION, SAMSUNG
SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OF ANY
KIND
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YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL
RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER
RIGHTS, WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE/
PROVINCE TO PROVINCE. THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY SHALL NOT EXTEND TO ANYONE
OTHER THAN THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER OF THIS
PRODUCT AND STATES PURCHASER'S EXCLUSIVE
REMEDY. IF ANY PORTION OF THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY IS HELD ILLEGAL OR
UNENFORCEABLE BY REASON OF ANY LAW, SUCH
PARTIAL ILLEGALITY OR UNENFORCEABILITY
SHALL NOT AFFECT THE ENFORCEABILITY FOR
THE REMAINDER OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY
WHICH PURCHASER ACKNOWLEDGES IS AND
WILL ALWAYS BE CONSTRUED TO BE LIMITED BY
ITS TERMS OR AS LIMITED AS THE LAW PERMITS.
THE PARTIES UNDERSTAND THAT THE
PURCHASER MAY USE THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE OR
EQUIPMENT IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE
PRODUCT. SAMSUNG MAKES NO WARRANTIES OR
REPRESENTATIONS AND THERE ARE NO
CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY
OR OTHERWISE, AS TO THE QUALITY,
CAPABILITIES, OPERATIONS, PERFORMANCE OR
SUITABILITY OF ANY THIRDPARTY SOFTWARE OR
EQUIPMENT, WHETHER SUCH THIRD-PARTY
SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT IS INCLUDED WITH
THE PRODUCT DISTRIBUTED BY SAMSUNG OR
OTHERWISE, INCLUDING THE ABILITY TO
INTEGRATE ANY SUCH SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT
WITH THE PRODUCT. THE QUALITY, CAPABILITIES,
OPERATIONS, PERFORMANCE AND SUITABILITY
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OF ANY SUCH THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE OR
EQUIPMENT LIE SOLELY WITH THE PURCHASER
AND THE DIRECT VENDOR, OWNER OR SUPPLIER
OF SUCH THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE OR
EQUIPMENT, AS THE CASE MAY BE.
Samsung Telecommunications America, L.P.
1301 East Lookout Drive
Richardson, Texas 75082
Phone: 1-800-SAMSUNG
Phone: 1-888-987-HELP (4357)
©2006 Samsung Telecommunications America,L.P. All
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Section 13: Warranty Information
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Section 13
This Limited Warranty allocates risk of Product failure
between Purchaser and SAMSUNG, and SAMSUNG's
Product pricing reflects this allocation of risk and the
limitations of liability contained in this Limited
Warranty. The agents, employees, distributors, and
dealers of SAMSUNG are not authorized to make
modifications to this Limited Warranty, or make
additional warranties binding on SAMSUNG.
Accordingly, additional statements such as dealer
advertising or presentation, whether oral or written, do
not constitute warranties by SAMSUNG and should not
be relied upon.
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Index
C
Calendar
Numerics
1-touch dialing 79
2-touch dialing 79
3G protocol icon 22
3-touch dialing 79
911, notes about 117
A
Adding a New Contact
Entry 69
Alarm clock
add a new event 158
Call Functions 31
answering a call 33
Recent Calls 33
roaming 37
Call history
calls using 35
definition 33
deleting entry 36
icons 35
new contact 35
updating existing
contact 35
restriction 121
icon 24
snooze 163
turn off the alarm 162
Answer options 119
Call
Camcorder
Auto answer 119
Auto answer icon 24
Auto retry 120
Camera
B
Backup to last menu 52
Battery 26
charging 28
indicator 28
installing 27
removing 27
strength icon 23
Bluetooth 123
about 123
icons 23
camcorder key 16
recording video 148
camera key 16
taking pictures 146
Change lock code 115
Changing Message
Settings 95
Chat 99
Clear key 20
Clock Format 110
Command Keys 19
Contact List
finding a contact entry 76
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Contacts 67
adding a new contact
entry 69
deleting a contact
entry 77
editing an existing
contact entry 77
speed dialing 78
wait pause & 2-second
pause 72
Creating and Sending PIX/
FLIX Messages 85
Creating and Sending TXT
Messages 83
D
Dialing
one-touch 79
three-touch 79
two-touch 79
Dialing Font 111
Disable alarm 162
Display 106
animation 110
backlight 108
banner 107
language 112
screen icons 22
Display Theme 109
Downloading Music 132
Draft messages 92
Drafts folder 92
E
E-Mail 97
End key 20
Entering Text 61
changing text entry
mode 62
entering numbers 66
entering symbols 65
entering upper and lower
case 64
using Word mode 63
F
Finding a Contacts
Entry 76
Finding My Phone
Number 80
Folder
drafts 92
inbox 89
G
Get It Now 130
Get New PIX 145
Get News & Info 152
Get PIX & FLIX 142
Get Tunes & Tones 131
Getting Started 9
understanding this user
manual 11
GPS icons 23
Groups
creating 74
move entries from/to 73
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send messages to 74
send PIX/FLIX msg to 75
viewing 73
H
Hard pause 72
Health and Safety
Information 173
I
Icons
alarm on 24
alarm only 24
battery strength 23
display 22
dormant 23
signal strength 22
silent mode 24
TTY 23
Inbox folder 89
Indicator
calendar appointment 24
missed calls 24
new message 24
no service 23
roaming 22
signal strength 22
speakerphone 24
stand alone 22
Installing battery 27
Instant Messaging 98
In-use menu 53
L
Language setting 112
Left soft key 19
Links 171
Lock code, changing 115
Lock Mode 117
placing an emergency
call 117
Lock phone 114
M
Making a call 32
Manage Music 139
Memory Card Storage 29
Memos, editing 166
Menu Navigation 51
menu outline 54
Menu shortcuts 52
Menu, in-use option 53
Message folder
drafts 92
inbox 89
Messages, receive in
call 88
Messaging 81
types of messages 82
microSD/TransFlash Card
formatting 131
Mobile IM 98
Mobile Web 167
exit 168
launch Mobile Web 168
links 171
navigate the web 169
soft keys 169
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Mode
PIX messages
call answer 119
Multimedia 129
Music
downloading 132
managing your
music 139
playing with flip
closed 135
playing with flip
open 135
transferring from PC 137
Music 134
My
My Name Card 80
N
Navigation key 21
Navigation key
shortcuts 53
New message icon 24
No service indicator 23
Non-Supported Battery 26
Notes and tips 11
Notes, description 12
P
Phone Info 127
Phone Memory Storage 29
Phone Settings 111
Location 112
Shortcut Key 112
Standalone Mode 111
Picture ID 123
PIX Gallery 147
214
rejecting 88
view later 88
Place a call while using
Mobile Web 171
Playlist
creating a playlist 140
editing a playlist 141
Powering off 10
Powering on 10
R
Receive messages in
call 88
Receive text messages 82
Receiving PIX/FLIX
Messages 87
Removing battery 27
Reset phone 116
Restrict calls 121
Retrieving a Message 82
Return to last menu 52
Reviewing sent 91
Right soft key 20
Ringer ID 123
Roaming
definition 37
options 37
Roaming indicator 22
S
Security
call restriction 121
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edit lock code 115
lock phone 114
voice privacy 121
Security settings 113
Send key 21
Sent, reviewing
messages 91
Set an alarm 161
Settings 101
backlight 108
banner 107
display settings 106
edit lock code 115
language 112
lock phone 114
My Account 102
resetting your phone 116
ringer settings 103
security settings 113
Tools 102
Shortcut to menus 52
Signal strength icon 22
Silent mode icon 24
Sketch messages 89
Snooze 163
Sounds 103
Alert Sounds 104
Call Sounds 103
Earpiece Volume 105
Keypad Volume 104
Master Volume 103
Power On/Off 105
Service Alerts 105
VibeTonz® 106
Speakerphone Key 21
Speed dial, assigning 79
Standard Limited
Warranty
Standard Limited Warranty 204
Store numbers,
shortcuts 78
Storing numbers after a
call 78
Sync Music 137
T
Take FLIX 148
Take PIX 146
Text messages,
receiving 82
Three-touch dialing 79
Tip
find a name 32
Tip, description 12
Tools 102, 155
Alarm Clock 102, 161
Calculator 102, 156
Calendar 102, 158
converter 157
Notepad 102, 165
Stop Watch 102, 164
Tip, calculator 157
view an event 160
Voice Commands 102,
156
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World Clock 102, 163
Travel Charger 28
TTY Mode 38, 120
Turning Your Phone On
and Off 10
Two-second pause 72
Two-touch dialing 79
Voice privacy 121
Voicemail 96
listening to 11
setting up 10
viewing messages 97
voicemail icon 24
VoiceSignal
description 44
digit dial 45
features 44
name dial 46
name lookup 48
open apps 48
phone status 49
send picture 47
send text 46
settings 39
U
Understanding Your
Phone 13
display screen 21
features of your phone 14
front view of your phone
15
V
V CAST Video
browsing/playing
clips 142
configuring alerts 145
deleting clips 143
description 142
downloading clips 143
Vibrate mode icon 24
Video clips 142
View an event,
calendar 160
View PIX Msg Later 88
Voice Call Icon 23
Voice Commands
menu, speech
recognition,
voice commands 39
216
W
Wallpaper 109
Warranty Information 203
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