Samsung i325 User guide

Samsung i325 User guide
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User Guide
Samsung ACETM
www.sprint.com
© 2007 Sprint Nextel. All rights reserved. SPRINT and other trademarks
are trademarks of Sprint Nextel.
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Table of Contents
Making and Answering Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Entering Text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i
Your Device’s Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii
Section 1: Getting Started. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
1A. Setting Up Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Setting Up Your Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Getting Started With Sprint Service . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Up Your Voicemail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sprint Account Passwords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Getting Help . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2
5
6
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7
Section 2: Your Device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2A. Device Basics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Your Device Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing the Display Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Features of Your Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Turning Your Device On and Off . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Your Device’s Battery and Charger . . . .
Navigating Through Device Menus . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying Your Phone Number . . . . . . . . . . . .
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21
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26
27
2B. Your Device’s Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Sound Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Location Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Messaging Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TTY Use With Sprint Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Device Customization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Speed Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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57
2C. Your Device’s Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Accessing the Security Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Your Device’s Device Lock Feature . . . . .
Using Special Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Encryption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Managing Certificates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Resetting Your Device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Security Features for Sprint Power Vision . . . . .
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2D. Roaming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Understanding Roaming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Setting Your Device’s Roam Mode . . . . . . . . . . . 68
2E. Call History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Viewing History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call History Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making a Call From the Call History . . . . . . . . . .
Saving a Phone Number From Call History . . .
Deleting Call History Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
70
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73
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74
2F. Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Adding a New Contacts Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assigning Speed Dial Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Finding Contacts Entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contacts Entry Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adding a Phone Number to a Contacts Entry .
Editing a Contacts Entry’s Phone Number . . . .
Editing a Contacts Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Beaming a Contacts Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting a Ringer Type for an Entry . . . . . . . . .
Dialing Sprint Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2G. Calendar and Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Using Your Device’s Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Your Device’s Alarm Clock . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Your Device’s Notepad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Tasks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Managing Voice Memos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Tip Calculator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Calculator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Smart Converter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Stopwatch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the World Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2H. Using the microSD Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Using Your Device’s microSD Card
and Adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
microSD Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
microSD Folders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Connecting Your Device to Your Computer . . 101
General Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
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2I. Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
2K. Mobile Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
Taking Pictures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recording Videos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Working with Pictures and Videos . . . . . . . . . .
Sending Pictures and Videos by Email . . . . .
Printing Pictures via Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Launching Internet Explorer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Live Search . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the RSS Reader . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Internet Sharing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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110
112
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117
2J. Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Turning Bluetooth On and Off . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the Bluetooth Settings Menu . . . . . . . .
Bluetooth Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bluetooth Information Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pairing Bluetooth Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Beaming Files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Hands-Free Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bluetooth OBEX FTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using a Bluetooth Virtual Serial Port . . . . . . . .
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132
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135
2L. Synchronizing with ActiveSync . . . . . . 136
ActiveSync Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Synchronization Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Up and Configuring ActiveSync . . . . .
Connecting with Your Computer . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting up Windows Media Player
Sync Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Synching Music via Windows Media Player . .
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140
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142
Section 3: Sprint Service Features . . . . . . . 144
3A. Sprint Service Features: The Basics . 145
Using Voicemail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using SMS Text Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Caller ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Responding to Call Waiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making a Three-Way Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Call Forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3B. Software Store and TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157
Using the Sprint Software Store . . . . . . . . . . . .
Your Sprint TV Channel Options . . . . . . . . . . . .
Playing a Video or Audio Clip . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sprint TV FAQs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
157
158
158
159
3C. Sprint Voice Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161
Getting Started With Sprint Voice Command .
Creating Your Own Address Book . . . . . . . . . .
Voice Command Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making a Call With Sprint Voice Command . .
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162
163
164
3D. Sprint Worldwide Wireless Service . . . 165
Your SIM Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Your Device in GSM Mode . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Your SIM Card’s PhoneBook . . . . . . . . .
Setting GSM Services Options . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contacting Sprint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selecting a Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
165
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176
Section 4: Safety and Warranty Information 178
4A. Important Safety Information . . . . . . . . 179
General Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintaining Safe Use of and Access to
Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Your Phone With a Hearing Aid Device
Caring for the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Radio Frequency (RF) Energy . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Owner’s Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Phone Guide Proprietary Notice . . . . . . . . . . . .
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185
185
4B. Manufacturer’s Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . 186
Manufacturer’s Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 186
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190
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Introduction
User Guide
Note
Because of updates in your device’s software,
this printed guide may not be the most current
version for your phone. Visit www.sprint.com
and log on to My Sprint Wireless to access the
most recent version of the user guide.
WARNING
Please refer to the Important Safety Information
section on page 179 to learn about information
that will help you safely use your device. Failure
to read and follow the Important Safety
Information in this user guide may result in
serious bodily injury, death, or property
damage.
This User Guide introduces you to Sprint® Service and all
the features of your new device. It’s divided into four
sections:
⽧
Section 1: Getting Started
⽧
Section 2: Your Device
⽧
Section 3: Sprint Service Features
⽧
Section 4: Safety and Warranty Information
Throughout this guide, you'll find tips that highlight
special shortcuts and timely reminders to help you
make the most of your new device and service. The
Table of Contents and Index will also help you quickly
locate specific information.
You'll get the most out of your device if you read each
section. However, if you'd like to get right to a specific
feature, simply locate that section in the Table of
Contents and go directly to that page. Follow the
instructions in that section, and you'll be ready to use
your device in no time.
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Your Device’s Menu
Call History
Internet
The following list outlines your device’s menu structure.
For more information about navigating through the
menus, please see “Navigating Through Device
Menus” on page 26.
Messaging
1: Text Messages
2: New E-mail Account...
Contacts
Organizer
1: Alarms
2: Calendar
3: Notepad
4: Tasks
5: Voice Notes
1: Internet Explorer
2: RSS Reader
1: CBS Financial
3: CBS Top Stories
5: NYT: Home Page
7: Yahoo US News
2: CBS Internet
4: BBC News
6: Topix Top Stories
Camera
1: Camera
Press Menu (right softkey), and then use the
navigation key to scroll through and display the
following options:
1: Shooting Mode
1: Single shot
3: Mosaic shot
5: Night shot
2: Multi shot
4: Frame shot
2: Size
1: 1280x960
3: 320x240
2: 640x480
6: World Clock
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3: Timer
1: Off
3: 5 sec
2: Timer
2: 2 sec
4: 10 sec
4: White Balance
1: Auto
3: Cloudy
5: Fluorescent
2: Daylight
4: Tungsten
1: On
1: General
6: Help
2: Camera
7: Settings
3: Camcorder
1: General
2: Camcorder
2: Camera
Press Menu (right softkey), and then use the
navigation key to scroll through and display the
following options:
1: Size
2: 176x144
2: Off
5: Effect
1: No effects
3: B/W
7: Settings
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1: Auto
3: Cloudy
5: Fluorescent
4: Audio
2: Sepia
4: Negative
6: Help
1: 320x240
2: 2 sec
4: 10 sec
3: White Balance
2: Daylight
4: Tungsten
5: Effect
1: No effects
3: B/W
1: Off
3: 5 sec
3: Camcorder
2: Sepia
4: Negative
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Settings
3: Sounds
1: Ring Tone
1: Call Options
1: Any key answer
2: Auto answer
1: Off
3: 5 seconds
2: 3 seconds
4: 10 seconds
3: Phone number
4: Voice mail number
5: International code
2: Display
1: Home Screen
1: Vibrate
2: None
3: Anticipation
4: Bug’s Song
5: Charming Intro Tone
6: City Light
7: Classic Bell
8: Color Lounge
9: Fast Tone
10: Floating Tone
11: Gliter Tone
12: Highway 101
13: Maze of City
14: Pause Tone
15: Rich Tone
16: Samsung Tune 17: Serene Tone
18: Serene Tone2
19: Spanish Guitar
20: Squash Tone
21: Sunny Day
22: Techno Dance
23: Tremolo Tone
24: Tumble Tone
25: Vivid Street
2: Notification
1: Home screen layout
1: New e-mail
2: Color scheme
2: New text message
3: Background image
3: New voice message
4: Time out
4: New instant message
2: Start Menu Style
1: Grid
3: System Sound
2: List
1: Exclamation
2: Question
3: Warnings
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4: Keypad Tone
8: Notification type
9: Notification volume
1: Keypad Control
10: System sound volume
5: Call Alert
1: Minute beep (On/Off)
2: Connect tone (On/Off)
1: Name (Silent)
3: Signal fade tone (On/Off)
2: Ring type
3: Ring volume
6: R2VS
1: None
3: M-Theater
2: 3D Sound
4: Profiles
Press Menu (right softkey) > Edit and then use the
navigation key to scroll through and display the
following options:
1: Normal
1: Name (Normal)
2: Ring type
v
2: Silent
4: Alarm type
5: Alarm volume
6: Reminder type
7: Reminder volume
8: Notification type
9: Notification volume
10: System sound volume
3: Vibrate
3: Ring volume
1: Name (Vibrate)
4: Alarm type
2: Ring type
5: Alarm volume
3: Ring volume
6: Reminder type
4: Alarm type
7: Reminder volume
5: Alarm volume
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6: Reminder type
7: Reminder volume
8: Notification type
9: Notification volume
10: System sound volume
4: Outdoor
1: Name (Outdoor)
2: Ring type
3: Ring volume
4: Alarm type
5: Alarm volume
6: Reminder type
7: Reminder volume
8: Notification type
9: Notification volume
10: System sound volume
5: Automatic
5: Power Management
1: Main battery
2: Backlight time out
1: 5 seconds
3: 15 seconds
5: 60 seconds
2: 10 seconds
4: 30 seconds
6: Never
3: Display time out
1: 10 seconds
3: 30 seconds
5: 2 minutes
7: 10 minutes
2: 15 seconds
4: 1 minute
6: 5 minutes
8: Never
4: Display brightness
1: Level1
3: Level3
5: Level5
2: Level2
4: Level4
5: Keypad backlight time out
1: 1 second
3: 3 seconds
5: 5 seconds
2: 2 seconds
4: 4 seconds
6: 10 seconds
6: Keypad backlight on
1: Any time
2: Custom time
3: Start time (after 00:00 - after 23:00)
4: End time (until 00:00 - until 23:00)
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6: Connections
3: Security
1: Wireless Manager
1: All
3: Phone
2: Bluetooth
4: Emergency Numbers
3: Bluetooth Profiles
5: Phone Reset
1: OBEX FTP Server Setting
2: BPP Setting
3: My Information Setting
4: Dial-up
5: Proxy
1: New...
6: VPN
1: New...
7: More...
1: USB to PC
7: More...
1: Date and Time
2: Roaming
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2: Certificates
3: Encryption
2: Bluetooth
1: New...
3: Sprint Data
1: Device Lock
2: Phone as Modem
4: Memory Information
5: Word Completion
6: Remove Programs
7: More...
1: Accessibility
2: Key Settings
3: Regional Settings
4: Other Settings
5: Phone Information
6: Owner Information
7: More...
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Windows Media
5: Task Manager
1: My Music
6: Tip Calculator
2: My Videos
7: Vision
3: My TV
Press Menu (right softkey) and then use the
navigation key to scroll through and display the
following options:
4: My Playlists
1: Enable Vision
5: Now Playing
Voice Command
1: Bubble Breaker
ActiveSync
2: Solitaire
File Explorer
File Viewer
Accessories
Get On Demand
1: Calculator
International Usage
2: Smart Converter
1: Currency
3: Weight
5: Area
3: Speed Dial
1: Voicemail
4: Stopwatch
2: Update Profile
Games
2: Length
4: Volume
6: Temperature
Internet Sharing
Live Search
Pictures & Videos
Service Mode
Software Store
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Sprint TV
In Use Menu
Press Menu to display the following options:
1: Mute/Unmute
2: Speakerphone On/Off
3: Turn Hands-free On/Off
4: Contacts
5: Save to Contacts
6: View Calendar
7: Call History
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Section 1
Getting Started
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Section 1A
Setting Up Service
Setting Up Your Device
1. Remove the battery cover.
䡲
䡲
⽧
Setting Up Your Device
⽧
Getting Started With Sprint Service
⽧
Setting Up Your Voicemail
⽧
Sprint Account Passwords
⽧
Getting Help
Setting up service on your new device is quick and easy. This
section walks you through the necessary steps to set
up, turn on, and unlock your device; set up your
voicemail; establish passwords; and contact Sprint for
assistance with your Sprint service.
2
Section 1A. Setting Up Service
Press down with thumbs as indicated below.
While applying pressure, slide cover away from
the camera lens (as shown below).
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Insert the battery into the opening on the back of
the device, making sure the connectors align.
Gently press down to secure the battery.
䡲 Position the battery cover and firmly slide it in until
you hear a click.
䡲
3. Press
to turn the
device on.
䡲 Your device will turn on,
search for Sprint service,
and then enter standby
mode.
䡲 If your device is not yet
activated, or if it is
locked, see “Getting
Started With Sprint
Service” on page 5 for
more information.
Setting Up Service
2. Install the battery.
Initial Setup
After you have powered on your device, you may wish
to set some basic options. After the initial power-up,
your device will display the Windows Mobile® screen
where you will be guided through a series of setup
procedures.
1. From initial screen, press Next (right softkey) to
begin the setup process.
Section 1A. Setting Up Service
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2. Use both the navigation key and keypad to enter
new values within the date and time fields. See
“Configuring the Time and Date” on page 58..
● To toggle between AM and PM, highlight the
AM/PM field and then press either A (for AM)
or P (PM) on the keypad.
3. Press Next (right softkey) to continue on to the
password setup screen where you can create a
password which must be used to access your
device’s features and data. See “Locking Your
Device with a Password” on page 60.
– or –
Skip to step 7 if you do not wish to assign a
password at this time.
4. Select “Prompt if device unused for” and press
. (Enabling this option activates the remaining
fields.)
5. Select each field and enter the desired information:
Minutes: to select the amount of unused time (idle)
required before you are prompted for a password.
䡲 Password type: to choose from one of the following
PIN types:
䡲
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Section 1A. Setting Up Service
●
Simple PIN: must be at least four characters in
length and cannot contain a simple sequence
such as 000, 1111, or 1234.
● Strong alphanumeric: must be at least seven
characters in length and must contain at least
one character from each of the following
categories: uppercase/lowercase letters,
numerals, and symbols. Examples of strong
alphanumeric passwords are sb?8A!3 and
%$VH5hW.
䡲 Password: use the keypad to enter the desired
password.
䡲 Confirm password: use the keypad to re-enter the
same password.
6. Press Done (left softkey) to store these settings.
7. From the E-mail screen, press Skip (left softkey) to
return to the email account setup process at a later
time, or press Next (right softkey) to continue with
the setup process.
䡲 For more information, please see the Set UpYour
Email guide included with your device.
8. Press Next (right softkey) to choose whether you
would like to participate in the Windows®
Feedback program.
䡲 Select either Enable or Disable and press Done
(left softkey).
Note
Some data connection charges may apply during the
feedback update process.
Note
Your device’s battery should have enough charge to
power on the device, find a signal, set up your
voicemail, and make a call. You should fully charge
your battery as soon as possible. See “Charging the
Battery” on page 24 for details.
Getting Started With Sprint Service
If your device is not activated, please call Sprint
Customer Service at 1-800-SPRINT1 (1-800-777-4681).
Unlocking Your Device
1. Press
2. Press Unlock (left softkey).
Note
If you purchased your device at a Sprint Store, it is
probably activated, unlocked, and ready to use. If you
received your device in the mail, it has probably
already been activated; all you need to do is unlock it.
To select a softkey, press the softkey button directly
below the softkey text that is displayed at the bottom
left and bottom right of your device’s display screen.
Softkey actions change according to the screen you’re
viewing and will not be displayed if there is no
corresponding action available.
3. Press
Tip
Determining Whether Your Device Is Activated
to turn the device on.
to unlock the device.
If you can’t recall your lock code, try using the last four
digits of your wireless phone number. If this doesn’t
work, call Sprint Customer Service at
1-800-SPRINT1(1-800-777-4681).
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Using your Device to Call
䊳
䡲
Make your first call.
Use your keypad to enter a phone number.
䡲 Press
.
䡲
See “Making and Answering Calls” on page 27.
Setting Up Your Voicemail
All unanswered calls to your device are automatically
transferred to your voicemail, even if your device is in
use or turned off. Therefore, you will want to set up your
voicemail and personal greeting as soon as your
device is activated.
1. From standby mode, press and hold
2. Follow the system prompts to:
Create your passcode.
Record your name announcement.
䡲 Record your greeting.
䡲
䡲
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.
Choose whether to activate One-Touch Message
Access (a feature that lets you access messages
simply by pressing and holding
, bypassing
the need for you to enter your passcode).
Note
Voicemail Passcode
If you are concerned about unauthorized access to
your voicemail account, Sprint recommends that you
enable your voicemail passcode (do not activate OneTouch Message Access).
For more information about using your voicemail, see
“Using Voicemail” on page 145.
Sprint Account Passwords
As a Sprint customer, you enjoy unlimited access to
your personal account information, your voicemail
account, and your Sprint Power Vision account. To
ensure that no one else has access to your information,
you will need to create passwords to protect your
privacy.
Account Password
If you are the account owner, you'll have an account
password to sign on to www.sprint.com and to use when
calling Sprint Customer Service. If you are not the
account owner (if someone else receives the bill for
your Sprint Service), you can get a sub-account
password at www.sprint.com.
Voicemail Password
You'll create your voicemail password (or passcode)
when you set up your voicemail. See “Setting Up Your
Voicemail” on page 145. for more information on your
voicemail password.
Sprint Power Vision Password
With your Sprint Power Vision smart device, you may
elect to set up an optional Sprint Power Vision
password to control data access and authorize
Premium Services purchases.
Getting Help
Visit www.sprint.com
You can go online to:
䢇 Access your account information.
䢇 Check your minutes used (depending on your Sprint
service plan).
䢇 View and pay your bill.
䢇 Enroll in Sprint online billing and automatic payment.
䢇 Purchase accessories.
䢇 Shop for the latest Sprint devices.
䢇 View available Sprint service plans and options.
䢇 Learn more about Sprint Power Vision and other
great products like Sprint TVSM, games, ringers,
screen savers, and more.
䢇 See “Dialing Sprint Services” on page 82.
For more information, or to change your passwords,
sign on to www.sprint.com or call Sprint Customer
Service at 1-800-SPRINT1 (1-800-777-4681).
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Reaching Sprint Customer Service
Sprint 411
You can reach Sprint Customer Service in many
different ways:
䢇 Press
on your device.
䢇 Sign on to your account at www.sprint.com.
䢇 Call us toll-free at 1-800-SPRINT1 (1-800-777-4681)
(Consumer customers) or 1-800-927-2199 (Business
customers).
䢇 Write to us at Sprint Customer Service, P.O. Box
8077, London, KY 40742.
Sprint 411 gives you access to a variety of services
and information through your device, including
residential, business, and government listings; movie
listings or showtimes; driving directions, restaurant
reservations, and major local event information. You
can get up to three pieces of information per call, and
the operator can automatically connect your call at no
additional charge.
Receiving Automated Billing Information
To call Sprint 411:
Your device lets you access billing information on your
Sprint account. This information includes balance due,
payment received, invoicing cycle, and an estimate of
the number of minutes used since your last invoicing
cycle.
To access automated billing information:
䊳
Press
Note
8
on your device.
This service may not be available in all Affiliate areas.
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There is a per-call charge to use Sprint 411, and you
will be billed for airtime.
䊳
Press
on your device.
Sprint Operator Services
Sprint Operator Services provides assistance when
placing collect calls or when placing calls billed to a
local telephone calling card or third party.
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䊳
Press
Setting Up Service
To access Sprint Operator Services:
on your device.
For more information or to see the latest in products
and services, visit us online at www.sprint.com.
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Section 2
Your Device
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Device Basics
⽧
Your Device Features
⽧
Viewing the Display Screen
⽧
Features of Your Device
⽧
Turning Your Device On and Off
⽧
Using Your Device’s Battery and Charger
⽧
Navigating Through Device Menus
⽧
Displaying Your Phone Number
⽧
Making and Answering Calls
⽧
Entering Text
Your Device Features
Device Basics
Section 2A
1. Earpiece
18. Navigation
Key
2. Display Screen
3. OK Key
17. Right Softkey
4. Left Softkey
5. Talk Key
16. End Key
6. Home/
Task Manager Key
15. Back/Clear
Key
7. Voicemail Key
14. Keypad
8. Function Key
Your device is packed with features that simplify your life
and expand your ability to stay connected to the people and
information that are important to you. This section will guide
you through the basic functions and calling features of
your device.
13. Camera Key
12. Microphone
9. Plus Code
Dialing Key
11. Messaging Key
10. Space/Silent
Mode Key
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25. Volume Key
19. Mirror
26. Power Button
27. microSD Slot
23. External
Speaker
22. Camera Lens
20. Thumbwheel
21. Battery Cover
24. Power/Accessory
Interface Connector
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28. Back-Clear/
Camera Access Key
Key Functions
1. Earpiece lets you hear the caller and automated
prompts.
2. Display Screen displays all the information needed
to operate your device, such as the call status, the
Contacts list, the date and time, and the signal and
battery strength.
3. OK Key lets you access the device’s menus and
selects the highlighted choice when navigating
through a menu.
4. Left Softkey lets you select softkey actions or menu
items corresponding to the bottom left line on the
display screen. For example, when you receive an
incoming call, you would press Answer (left
softkey) to accept the call.
5. Talk Key allows you to place or receive calls, answer
Call Waiting, use Three-Way Calling, or activate
Voice Command.
䡲 In standby mode, press once to access your call
history (page 70).
䡲 Press twice to call the most recent phone number
from the call history list (page 70).
䡲
Press and hold this key to launch the Voice
Command feature (page 161).
6. Home/Task Manager Key provides quick access back
to the Home (Idle) screen.
Press and release to exit the current screen or
application and launch the Home screen.
䡲 Press and hold to launch the Task Manager
screen.
䡲
7. Voicemail Key allows you to quickly access your
voicemail. Press and hold this key for two seconds
to automatically dial your voicemail’s phone
number.
8. Function Key allows you to quickly launch
predefined applications or activate specific
functionality. This feature is activated by pressing
and holding the
key in conjunction with other
specified keys.
9. Plus Code Dialing Key automatically dials the
international access code for the country in which
you are located (for instance, 011 for international
calls placed from the United States).
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10. Space/Silent Mode Key adds either a space to a text
15. Back/Clear Key deletes characters from the display
entry or activates the device’s silent mode.
䡲 Press briefly to insert a blank character space into
a message.
䡲 Press and hold to put your device in silent mode.
while in text entry mode. When in a menu, press
to return to the previous menu. This key also
allows you to return to the previous screen in a
Sprint Vision session.
11. Messaging Key allows you to either access either the
SMS Inbox or Message Composer.
䡲 Press briefly to access the SMS (Text) message
Inbox.
䡲 Press and hold to launch the Text Message
Composer (for new messages).
12. Microphone allows other callers to hear you clearly
when you are speaking to them.
13. Camera Key lets you access the Camera preview
where you can either take pictures or shoot videos.
14. Keypad allows you to enter numbers, letters, and
characters using a full keypad interface that has
the same layout as a computer keyboard. Press
and hold keys 2–99 for speed dialing.
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16. End Key lets you end a call, or return to standby
mode. While in the main menu, it returns the
device to standby mode and cancels your input.
When you receive an incoming call, press to enter
silent mode and mute the ringer.
17. Right Softkey lets you select softkey actions or menu
items corresponding to the bottom right line on the
display screen. For example, when you receive an
incoming call, you would press Ignore (right
softkey) to reject the call and route it to your
voicemail.
18. Navigation Key scrolls through the device’s onscreen
menus and options.
19. Mirror displays your reflection while taking a picture
or shooting video.
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options (for example, when using the Quick
Launcher [page 17] or within your Contacts list.)
䡲 Press briefly to either select an option or execute
the selected application.
䡲 Press and hold to display the Quick Launcher
screen (as shown on page 26).
21. Battery Cover covers and secures the internal
battery and the SIM card.
22. Camera Lens, as part of the built-in camera, lets you
take pictures and videos.
23. External Speaker allows you to hear the other caller
and the different ring tones or sounds offered by
your device.
24. Power/Accessory Interface Connector lets you connect
a power cable and optional accessories such as a
USB cable or wired headset for convenient handsfree conversations.
25. Volume Key allows you to adjust the audio volume
in standby mode or adjust the voice volume during
a call. The volume key can also be used to scroll
up or down to navigate through the different menu
options.
26. Power Button
, located at the top of the device,
lets you both access a Quick List of functions and
power the device on and off (as shown on
page 22).
䡲 Press and release to access the Quick List screen
where you can access the device Ringer profiles
and the Wireless Manager, and lock the device or
turn it off.
䡲 Press and hold to shut down the device or turn
the device back on.
27. microSD Slot lets you use the microSD card to
expand the memory of your device. (See “Using
Your Device’s microSD Card and Adapter” on
page 97.)
CAUTION! Inserting an accessory into the incorrect jack
may damage the device.
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20. Thumbwheel lets you navigate through menu
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28. Back-Clear/Camera Access Key
lets you not only
clear an entry and return to a previous menu, but
also activate the camera and video mode to take
pictures and videos. This button is also userconfigurable. (See “Device Customization” on
page 55.)
䡲 Press briefly to either clear an entry or go back to
a previously active menu.
䡲 Press and hold to launch the camera mode and
access the Pictures menu and either take pictures
or shoot videos.
Viewing the Display Screen
Your device’s display screen provides information
about your device’s status and options. The display can
be divided into five main areas:
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䡲
Status Icons: indicate your device’s current status.
䡲
Home screen: shows items such as device
numbers, menu icons, and other listings.
(For more information see page 42.)
● Recently Used Apps.: provides an icon list of
recently accessed/used applications or
features. This list becomes updated with each
consecutive application or feature which is
accessed/used.
● Recently Used Apps.: displays the nearest
upcoming event in your calendar. Select it and
press
to access your Today Calendar.
● Message Access: provides quick access to the
three different message types: SMS (text
messages) and Email.
● Taskbar/Softkey: provides access to Windows
Mobile features such as the Start menu and
Contacts.
Status Icons
This list identifies the symbols you’ll see on your
device’s display screen:
shows your current signal strength. (The more
lines you have, the stronger your signal.)
Recently Used
Apps.
Home
Screen
Upcoming Events
X
Message Access
indicates the wireless feature has been turned
off. Your device is in Flight mode and your
cellular radio is turned off.
indicates there is no service available and your
phone is searching for a network.
indicates your phone is in a roaming area.
Quick Launcher
(Task Manager, Calendar,
Alarm, and Edit Menu)
Taskbar/Softkey
䡲
Quick Launcher: appears as a scrollable list at the
far right of the screen when the thumbwheel is
pressed and held for more than three seconds.
indicates a Sprint Power Vision call is in
progress and provides its signal strength. (The
icon is animated while a Data Call session is
active.)
X
indicates there are no data sessions active.
indicates the 1xRTT high speed data transfer
protocol is currently in use.
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Ev
indicates your device has high speed data
service (Ev-Do protocol), which is required for
video streaming and downloads.
indicates ringer volume is set to vibrate.
X
indicates the Voice Command feature is active
and awaiting a verbal command.
indicates your device is operating in TTY
mode.
indicates a Voice call is in progress and
provides its signal strength.
indicates the camera is enabled.
indicates the camcorder is enabled.
indicates you missed a call.
indicates the speakerphone is enabled.
OFF
indicates you have new email messages.
indicates your device’s location feature is on.
X
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indicates the self-timer function is enabled.
indicates the shooting mode.
indicates you have new text messages.
indicates you have voicemail messages.
(Press and hold
to call your voicemail box.)
indicates Silence All mode is enabled. The
ringer for the selected profile is set to Off.
AUTO
indicates the white balance has been set to
automatic.
indicates the white balance has been set to
daylight.
indicates your device’s location feature is off.
indicates the white balance has been set to
cloudy.
indicates the device has not detected an
internal GSM SIM card.
indicates the white balance has been set to
tungsten.
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x
HELP
indicates the effects mode.
launches the shortcut key screen for both
camera and camcorder mode.
Using Softkeys
Softkeys are special keys whose functions are
determined by the currently active dialog, menu, or
page. The current function for these keys is displayed
above them on the screen. Your device has a left (
)
and a right softkey (
).
launches the options menu for both the
camera and camcorder.
indicates battery charge level (icon shown is
full).
indicates battery charge level (icon shown fully
discharged and device will power down.)
indicates battery is being charged.
indicates that Bluetooth® technology is active
and enabled.
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indicates the white balance has been set to
fluorescent.
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Using the End Key
1. Remove the storage card from the device, if one is
The
key can function differently depending on your
current task, location, and the length of the press.
Note
䊳
In Idle mode, while in a menu or page:
䡲 A brief press takes you back to the Home Screen
䡲 A longer press locks the device.
While in a voice call:
A brief press hangs up the current call.
䡲 A longer press locks the device.
䡲
䊳
While in a data call:
A brief press puts the device into a dormant
mode. (A second press will end the data call.)
䡲 A longer press locks the device.
䡲
Completing a Hard Reset of the Device
WARNING
20
present.
This reset will delete any installed applications
or personal information saved to the device.
Contacts stored on the SIM card will not be
deleted.
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A hard reset will erase the cipher key used for
encrypting data on the microSD card. Please ensure
that all personal data stored on this card is backed up
to a computer so that it can later be transferred back
to the memory card.
2. With phone powered off:
䡲
䡲
Press and hold both the left and right softkeys.
While both softkeys are held down, press and
hold
until the unit powers on.
3. As the device begins to power on, release both
softkeys.
Note
Once the phone powers on, you should see an
onscreen alert message (a white screen with blue text).
If you do not see this screen, let the device power up
normally, turn it off again, and then repeat steps 2 and
3.
4. Immediately after the alert screen appears, press
䢇
the left softkey.
Important
You have only five seconds to press the left
softkey. Otherwise, the device will start up
normally and the reset will be unsuccessful.
䢇
5. If the reset was successful, the device displays a
pop-up message stating the device is currently
reformatting. This process can take several
minutes. Allow the process to finish without
interruption.
䢇
6. When the device has finished resetting, follow the
Windows Mobile setup instructions displayed on
the screen. See “Initial Setup” on page 3.
Features of Your Device
The Samsung ACETM is lightweight, easy-to-use, and
reliable, and it offers many features and service
options. This list previews some of those features and
provides page numbers where you can find out more:
䢇
䢇
䢇
Digital dual-band capability allows you to make and
receive calls while on the Sprint National Network
and to roam on other 1900 and 800 MHz digital
networks where Sprint has implemented roaming
agreements (page 67).
Included GSM SIM card allows you to expand your
calling options using either CDMA or GSM
technology. This card comes preinstalled in your
device but it must be activated prior to its initial use
(page 167).
Windows Mobile® 6 comes preinstalled and converts
this device into a portable computer that can use
Microsoft® applications such as Outlook®. (For more
information, please see the Set Up Your Email guide
included with your device.)
Access to the Sprint Software Store where you can
purchase not only Windows-based applications, but
also Games, Ringers, and additional Screen Savers
(page 157).
The Samsung ACETM uses ActiveSync® 4.5 to keep
your computer and your device synchronized
(page 136).
Sprint TV (page 158) lets you enjoy live and
streaming video and audio on your device.
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䢇
䢇
䢇
䢇
䢇
䢇
䢇
䢇
䢇
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Sprint Power Vision (page 65) lets you get exciting
On Demand media content through your device.
SMS Text Messaging (page 151) provides quick and
convenient messaging capabilities.
Sprint Voice Command lets you dial device numbers
by speaking a name or a device number (page 161).
Your Contacts list can be stored onto either your
Phone or internal SIM card (page 75).
The built-in Calendar offers several personal
information management features to help you
manage your busy lifestyle (page 83).
The Location feature works in connection with
available location-based services (page 47).
The keypad lets you quickly type messages with one
keypress per letter (page 35).
Speed dial lets you dial device numbers with one or
two keypresses (page 34).
The Internet Sharing feature lets you use your device
as a modem to connect your computer to the
Internet anywhere on the Sprint National Network
(page 135).
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Note
Sprint Power Vision – Your device and service provide
access to the Sprint Mobile Broadband Network and
its enhanced data services, including Sprint TV, fast
Web access, downloadable games, ringers, and
applications, and more.
Turning Your Device On and Off
Turning Your Device On
1. Press
, located at the
top of the device.
Once your device is on, it may
display “Searching for
Service.” When your device
finds a signal, it automatically
enters standby mode – the
device’s idle state. At this
point, you are ready to begin
making and receiving calls.
After five seconds of inactivity, the Power Save mode is
activated.
In Power Save mode, your device searches for a signal
periodically without your intervention.
Note
The Power Save feature conserves your battery power
when you are in an area where there is no signal.
Turning Your Device Off
䊳
Press and hold
for two seconds until you see
the powering down animation on the display
screen.
Your screen remains blank while your device is off
(unless the battery is charging).
Using Your Device’s Battery
and Charger
WARNING
Use only Sprint-approved or Samsungapproved batteries and chargers with your
device. Failure to use a Sprint-approved or
Samsung approved battery and charger may
increase the risk that your device will overheat,
catch fire, or explode, resulting in serious bodily
injury, death, or property damage.
These batteries and accessories can be found at Sprint
Stores or through Samsung®; or call 1-866-343-1114 to
order. They’re also available at www.sprint.com.
Battery Capacity
Your device is equipped with a Lithium Ion (Li-Ion)
battery. It allows you to recharge your battery before it is
fully drained. The battery provides up to 4.3 hours of
continuous digital talk time.
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When the battery reaches 5% of its capacity, the battery
icon (
) blinks. When there are approximately two
minutes of talk time left, the device sounds an audible
alert and then turns off.
Note
Long backlight settings, searching for service, vibrate
mode, browser use, and other variables may reduce
the battery’s talk and standby times.
Tip
Watch your device’s battery level indicator and charge
the battery before it runs out of power.
Installing the Battery
䊳
See “Setting Up Your Device” on page 2.
WARNING
Do not handle a damaged or leaking Li-Ion
battery as you can be burned.
Removing the Battery
1. Make sure the power is off so that you don’t lose
any stored numbers or messages.
2. Press down on the upper end of the battery
compartment cover (just above the embossed
Samsung logo), slide the cover off, and remove the
battery from the device.
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Charging the Battery
Charge your battery as soon as possible so you can
begin using your device.
Keeping track of your battery’s charge is important. If
your battery level becomes too low, your device
automatically turns off, and you will lose any
information you were just working on.
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Using the Charger
䊳
Device Basics
For a quick check of your device’s battery level, glance
at the battery charge indicator located in the upperright corner of your device’s display screen. If the
battery charge is getting too low, the battery icon
(
)blinks and the device sounds a warning tone.
Plug the flat end of the charger into the device’s
power/accessory interface connector and the
other end into an electrical outlet.
Always use a Sprint-approved or Samsung-approved
desktop charger, travel charger, or vehicle power
adapter to charge your battery. Included in the
packaging is a non-charging USB cable used for data
transfer.
Correct
+
Incorrect
With the Sprint-approved Li-Ion battery, you can
recharge the battery before it becomes completely run
down.
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Navigating Through Device Menus
The navigation key on your device lets you scroll
through menus quickly and easily. The scroll bar at the
right of the menu keeps track of your position in the
menu at all times.
To navigate through a menu, one option is to press the
navigation key up or down. If you are in a first-level
menu, such as Settings, you may navigate to the next
menu by pressing
or to the previous menu by
pressing
.
A second navigation option
is to use the thumbwheel
located on the right side of
the device. While in a list, the
thumbwheel can be used to
quickly scroll through
available options.
For a diagram of your
device’s menu, please see
“Your Device’s Menu” on
page ii.
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Selecting Menu Items
As you navigate through a menu, options are
highlighted. Select any numbered option by pressing
the corresponding number on the device’s keypad. You
may also select an item by highlighting it and pressing
.
For example, if you want to adjust a device setting:
1. Press Start (left softkey) to access the main menu.
2. Select Settings, and then select Sounds by pressing
or by highlighting it (using either the navigation
key or thumbwheel) and pressing
.
Note
For the purposes of this guide, these steps condense
into “Press Start > Settings > Sounds.”
Backing Up Within a Menu
To go to the previous menu:
䊳
Press
.
To return to standby mode:
䊳
Press
.
Displaying Your Phone Number
䊳
Press Start > Settings > More... > More...> Phone
Information. (Your phone number and other
information about your device will be displayed.)
Making and Answering Calls
Placing a call from your device is as easy as making a
call from any landline device. Enter the number, press
, and you’re on your way to clear calls.
1. Make sure your device is on.
2. Enter a phone number from standby mode. (If you
3. Press
to erase
. (To make a call when you are roaming
and Call Guard is enabled, select Roam Call and
press
. See “Setting Your Device’s Roam
Mode” on page 68.)
4. Press
To redial your last outgoing call, press TALK (
) twice.
When making calls off the Sprint National Network,
always dial using 11 digits (1 + area code + phone
number).
You can also place calls from your device by using
Sprint Voice Command (page 161), speed dialing
numbers from your Contacts (page 34), and using your
Call History listings (page 73).
Making Calls
make a mistake while dialing, press
the numbers.)
Tip
Dialing Options
When you enter numbers in standby mode, you will
see a variety of dialing options displayed as softkeys on
the device’s display screen.
To initiate an option, press the corresponding softkey.
䢇 Save: Enter a seven-digit or ten-digit number (phone
number and area code) and press Save (
) to
save the phone number in your Contacts. (See
“Saving a Phone Number” on page 33.)
when you are finished.
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Menu: Accessed by pressing Menu (
), provides
you with the following options:
䡲 Open: Allows you to display information specific to
the current caller (if they have been previously
entered into the Contacts list).
䡲 Send Text Message: Allows you to send a text
message to the currently entered (or selected)
number.
䡲 View: Allows you to filter your onscreen list of
numbers by one of three criteria: Calls and
Contacts, All Calls, or Speed Dial.
● The Speed Dial filter allows you to enter a
number (1-99) and then display any speed
dial entries which match the specified speed
dial location. Press
to dial the speed dial
number. (See “Assigning Speed Dial
Numbers” on page 76.)
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Tip
To speed dial a phone number from standby mode,
press and hold the speed dial number. If the speed
dial number is two digits, enter the first digit, and then
press and hold the second digit. (For information on
setting up speed dial numbers, see “Assigning Speed
Dial Numbers” on page 76.) (This feature will not work
when you are roaming off the Sprint National Network;
when roaming you must dial using eleven digits
[1 + the area code + the seven-digit phone number.])
Answering Calls
1. Make sure your device is on. (If your device is off,
incoming calls go to voicemail.)
2. Press
– or –
to answer an incoming call.
Press Answer (left softkey). (Depending on your
settings, you may also answer incoming calls by
pressing any number key. See “Call Options” on
page 47. for more information.)
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Your device notifies you of incoming calls in the
following ways:
䢇 The device rings or vibrates.
䢇 The indicator light flashes.
䢇 The backlight illuminates.
䢇 The screen displays an incoming call message
screen.
Ending a Call
If the incoming call is from a number stored in your
Contacts, the associated name is displayed. If the
incoming caller is not stored in your Contacts list, only
the phone number is displayed. The caller’s assigned
image may also be displayed, if available.
When you place, accept, or miss a call, a record of the
call is saved in the Call History list. When you view the
numbers in this list, an icon to the left of the number
indicates the call type:
Dialed: Indicates all outgoing calls
made from your device.
For all incoming calls, the
following options are
displayed. To select an
option, press the
corresponding softkey.
䢇 Answer to answer the
incoming call. (This is the
same as pressing
.)
䢇 Ignore to send the call to your voicemail box. (This is
the same as pressing
.)
䊳
When your device is off, calls go directly to voicemail.
Press
Device Basics
Note
.
Using Call History
Missed: Indicates any missed calls.
Received: Indicates any received
calls that were answered.
For more detailed information about the Call History,
see “Call History” on page 70.
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Making Calls from Call History
To display a missed call entry from standby mode:
1. Press Start > Call History.
1. Press Start > Call History > Menu > Filter > Missed Calls.
2. Use either the navigation key or thumbwheel to
2. Select the missed call entry you wish to view. (To
call that number, press
scroll through the available list.
Tip
The previous two steps can be shortened by pressing
from the Home screen to display a list of recent
calls.
3. Highlight the number and press
When an incoming call is not answered, the missed
call icon ( ) is displayed at the top of your screen.
To display a missed call entry from the ‘Frequently used’
menu:
1. Use the thumbwheel to scroll through the list of
frequently used applications.
2. With the missed call menu displayed, either press
or press and release the thumbwheel to
display the Call History list.
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Calling Emergency Numbers
You can place calls to 911 (dial
), even if
your device is locked or your account is restricted.
.
Missed Call Notification
30
.)
Note
When you place an emergency call, your device
automatically enters Emergency mode.
During an emergency call, press Menu (right softkey) to
display your options. Select an option and press
.
䢇 Speaker On to activate speaker device mode. (If you
are in speaker device mode, the option is displayed
as Speaker Off to deactivate.)
䢇 Unlock Phone to unlock your device (appears only if
the device is locked).
䢇 Close Menu to close the pop-up menu (appears only
if the device is unlocked).
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䡲
Press My Phone (left softkey) to display your phone
number during an emergency call.
To exit Emergency mode:
1. Press
to end a 911 call.
䡲 When calling a non-emergency number or
selecting the Emergency call only option, you must
select Yes to exit the Emergency call back mode.
Note
When you are in Emergency mode, you can exit only
from the options menu.
To inactivate the Emergency call back mode:
1. Press
to end a 911 call.
2. Call a non-emergency number
To select Emergency mode options:
1. Press
to end a 911 call.
2. Press Menu (
䡲
).
Call 911 to call 911.
Call 911: Speaker to call 911 in speakerphone
mode.
䡲
Device Basics
Tip
Exit Emergency to exit Emergency mode.
3. Select an option and press
.
Enhanced 911 (E911) Information
This device features an embedded Global Positioning
System (GPS) chip necessary for utilizing E911
emergency location services where available.
When you place an emergency 911 call, the GPS
feature of your device seeks information to calculate
your approximate location. Depending on several
variables, including availability and access to satellite
signals, it may take up to 30 seconds or more to
determine and report your approximate location.
IMPORTANT
Always report your location to the 911 operator
when placing an emergency call. Some
designated emergency call takers, known as
Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) may
not be equipped to receive GPS location
information from your device.
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In-Call Options
Pressing Menu (right softkey) during a call displays a list
of available in-call features. To select an option, press
the corresponding keypad number or select the option
and press
. The following options may be available
through the Options menu:
䢇 Mute/Unmute to toggle the onboard microphone’s
mute state (on/off).
䢇 Speaker On or Speaker Off to route the device’s audio
through the speaker or through the earpiece.
䊳
Select Speaker On to route the device’s audio
through the speaker. (You can adjust the speaker
volume using the volume keys on the side of the
device.)
䊳
Select Speaker Off to use the device’s earpiece.
WARNING
䢇
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Because of higher volume levels, do not place
the device near your ear during speakerphone
use.
Turn Hands free On or Turn Hands free Off to toggle the
state of the Bluetooth hands free feature between on
or off.
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䢇
Contacts to display your Contacts list.
䢇
Save to Contact to store the current phone number as
a new entry into your Contacts list.
View Calendar to display your calendar entries.
Call History to display Call History list.
䢇
䢇
During a call, the left softkey functions as the Mute
button. Press it to mute the device’s microphone for
privacy. Press it again to Unmute the device.
End-of-Call Options
After you receive a call from or make a call to a phone
number that is not in your Contacts, the phone number
and the duration of the call are displayed. Press Save
(left softkey) to add the new number to your Contacts.
(See “Saving a Phone Number” below.)
After you receive a call from or make a call to a phone
number that is already in your Contacts, the entry
name, phone number, and the duration of the call are
displayed.
䊳
Press Menu > View Contact to view the Contacts
information for the number.
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Work 2
Home 2
䡲 Company
䡲 Pager
䡲 Car
䡲 Assistant
䡲 Radio
䡲
The End-of-Call options are not displayed for calls
identified as No ID or Restricted.
Saving a Phone Number
Your device can store up to 12 phone numbers in each
of 10 Contacts entry types. Each entry’s name can
contain 255 characters. Your device automatically sorts
the Contacts entries alphabetically. (For more
information, see “Contacts” on page 75.)
To save a number from standby mode:
1. Enter a phone number and press Save (left
softkey).
2. Select <New Contact> and press
.
3. Use the keypad to enter a first and last name for
the new contact name. (You can also choose to
update the number at this time.)
4. Use the navigation key to select a number type for
the new contact from one of the following entries:
Mobile
Work
䡲 Home
䡲
䡲
䡲
Device Basics
Note
5. Select Save.
Finding a Phone Number
You can search Contacts
entries for phone numbers
that contain a specific
string of numbers.
1. Enter one or more
digits in standby mode.
(Only numbers
matching your entry
are displayed. The more numbers you enter, the
more specific the search becomes.)
䡲 Although your current Contacts list is displayed in
alphabetical order, any recent numbers matching
the criteria are displayed.
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2. To dial the number, press
.
Dialing From the Contacts List
Plus (+) Code Dialing
1. Press Contacts (right softkey) to list the entries.
When placing international calls, you can use Plus
Code Dialing to automatically enter the international
access code for your location (for example, 011 for
international calls made from the United States). This
key can also be assigned, not only an International
prefix such as 011, but also a Country code and City
code. See “Assigning an International Country Code”
on page 49.
2. Use the thumbwheel to scroll through the list of
1. Press and hold
until a “+” is displayed on your
device’s display screen.
2. Dial the country code and phone number you’re
calling, and press
. (The access code for
international dialing will automatically be dialed,
followed by the country code and phone number.)
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available contacts and select the entry you want to
call.
3. Press
to dial the entry’s default phone number.
– or –
To dial another number assigned to the contact
entry, select the name and press
, and then
select a number and press
.
Using Speed Dialing
You can store up to 99 numbers in your device’s speed
dial memory to make contacting friends and family as
easy as pressing a button or two. With this feature, you
can dial speed dial entries using one keypress for
locations 1–9 or two keypresses for locations 10–99.
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䊳
Press and hold the appropriate key for
approximately two seconds.
䡲 If a number has been assigned to the current
number, the display confirms that the number has
been dialed when it shows “Calling...”.
䡲 If an application has been assigned to the
number, the corresponding application will
launch. Assigning an Application to a Speed Dial
Location.
To use Two-Touch Dialing for speed dial locations 10–99:
1. Press the first digit.
2. Press and hold the second digit for approximately
two seconds. The display confirms that the number
has been dialed when it shows “Calling...”.
Note
Speed dialing is not available when you are roaming;
when you are roaming off the Sprint National Network,
you must always dial using eleven digits (1 + area
code + number).
To manage all of your speed dial entries, press Start >
Accessories > Speed Dial.
䡲
Device Basics
To use One-Touch Dialing for speed dial locations 1–9:
See “Using Speed Dial” on page 57.
Entering Text
Selecting Characters
Your device provides convenient ways to enter words,
letters, punctuation, and numbers whenever you are
prompted to enter text (for example, when adding a
Contacts entry or when using Microsoft® Outlook® and
SMS Text Messaging).
The built-in keypad supports quick and easy text input,
just as you would when using a computer’s keyboard.
1. When you display a screen where you can enter
text, use the keypad to enter different character
types:
Note
The
key can also be used to quickly launch up to
four user-defined features or applications. See
“Customizing the Function Key” on page 56.
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Function: Allows you to use characters
displayed at the top of the blue
QWERTY keys. Examples: $, @, #, ?
䡲
Numbers to enter numbers by pressing the
䡲
Symbols to enter symbols and “emoticons.” (See
䡲
My Text to enter preprogrammed messages.
numbers on the keypad. (See page 37.)
page 38.)
CAPS/SHIFT: Converts the alphabetic
character into uppercase. Changes the
text input mode to Upper/Lower case
mode.
Symbol: Launches the Symbols page
from where you choose from an
extensive list of symbols and other
character sets.
Enter: Moves the insertion point to the
next line in a message.
Delete Character: Deletes the previous
character, similar to the backspace key
on a computer keyboard.
2. Select one of the following character types:
䡲
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Letters to enter the alphabetic characters
associated with each key on the keypad. (See
page 36.)
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(See page 38.)
The keypad provides dual-use keys labeled with
alphabetic characters on the lower half and numbers
and symbols on the upper half. Press the key
corresponding to the character you want to enter.
Entering Characters
Entering Uppercase and Lowercase Letters
1. Press
to make the next character uppercase.
Characters revert back to lowercase after the next
character is typed.
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For example, to enter the word “Bill,” type the
keypad sequence below. If you make a mistake,
press
to erase a single character.
䡲 Press and hold
to erase an entire word.)
䡲
Entering Numbers
The keypad can be used to enter numbers, letters, and
symbols. Although these keys default to text (letters),
numbers can be input by using
in conjunction with
the correct number key.
1. Press
to input the character on the top row of
the next key pressed.
2. Press the corresponding keys. (For example, to
B i
䡲
l
l
To enter all uppercase characters, press
before each letter.
BILL
enter “9:30,” you would use the keypad sequence
below. If you make a mistake, press
to erase a
single character. Press and hold
to erase an
entire word.)
9:30
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2. Press the corresponding text keys.
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Entering Symbols and Preset Messages
2. Press
and then press the key for the symbol
you wish to insert.
Symbols can be entered from the keypad (using the
key) or from the Symbols page (accessed using
the
key).
To enter symbols:
[email protected]
1. Position the cursor where you want the symbol to
appear within your message.
2. Press
and use the navigation key to highlight a
symbol. Press
to insert the symbol into your
message. There are multiple pages of available
symbols.
䡲 Press Next (right softkey) to open the next page of
symbols.
䡲 Press Previous (left softkey) to return to the
previous page of symbols.
– or –
1. Position the cursor where you want the symbol to
appear within your message.
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To enter preset messages:
1. Position the cursor where you want to insert the
preset text into your message.
2. Press Menu > My Text.
3. Scroll to a preprogrammed message and press
.
Note
Preset messages (My Text) make composing text
messages easier by allowing you to enter predefined
text, such as “Meet me at,” or a customized preset
message of your own. (For more information on preset
messages, please see “Using Preset Messages” on
page 153.)
Section 2B
Sound Settings
Your Device’s Settings
Ringer Types
⽧
Sound Settings
⽧
Display Settings
⽧
Power Management
⽧
Location Settings
⽧
Call Options
⽧
Messaging Settings
⽧
TTY Use With Sprint Service
⽧
Device Customization
⽧
Using Speed Dial
You can customize your device to sound, look, and operate just
the way you want it to. This section describes how to
change your device’s settings to best suit your needs.
Take a few moments to review these options and to
adjust or add settings that are right for you.
Ringer types help you identify incoming calls and
messages. You can assign ringer types to individual
Contacts entries, types of calls, and types of messages.
There are five main sound categories available:
䢇 Ring Tone: assigns ringtones for incoming calls.
䢇 Notification: assigns ringtones for categories such as
new email, new text messages, new voice messages,
and new instant messages.
䢇 System Sound: assigns ringtones for system
categories such as Exclamations, Questions, and
Warnings.
䢇 Keypad Tone: assigns a tone for use with keypad
presses.
䢇 Call Alert: assigns ringtones for call-specific activities
such as minute warning, connection, and signal
fade.
䢇 R2VS: assigns a simulated audio effect to the sound
being routed through a connected headset.
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Selecting Ringer Types for Voice Calls
Your device provides a variety of ringer options that
allow you to customize your ring and volume settings.
These options allow you to identify incoming calls by
the ring.
1. Press Start > Settings > Sounds > Ring Tone.
2. Use your navigation key to scroll through the
available ringers. A sample ringer will sound as
you highlight each option.
3. Press Done (left softkey) to assign a ringer.
Selecting Ringer Types for Message Notifications
Selecting Ringer Types for System Sounds
1. Press Start > Settings > Sounds > System Sound.
2. Select Exclamation, Question, or Warnings.
3. Use your navigation key to scroll through the
available ringers. A sample ringer will sound as
you highlight each option.
4. Press Done (left softkey) to assign a ringer.
Selecting a Keypad Tone
Your device offers a number of options for selecting the
audible tones accompanying a keypress.
1. Press Start > Settings > Sounds > Notification.
1. Press Start > Settings > Sounds > Keypad Tone.
2. Select New e-mail, New text message, New voice
2. Use your navigation key to scroll through the
message, or New instant message.
3. Use your navigation key to scroll through the
available ringers. A sample ringer will sound as
you highlight each option.
4. Press Done (left softkey) to assign a ringer.
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available tones (default is Click). A sample tone will
sound as you highlight each option.
3. Press Done (left softkey) to assign a tone.
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Your device can alert you with an audible tone when
you change service areas, once a minute during a
voice call, or when a call has been connected.
1. Press Start > Settings > Sounds > Call Alert.
1. Press Start > Settings > Sounds > R2VS.
2. Use your navigation key to scroll through the
available stereo settings.
Choose None (Mono), 3D Sound, or M-Theater.
䡲
3. Press Done (left softkey) to assign a setting.
2. Select Minute beep, Connect tone, or Signal fade tone.
Assigning Sound Profiles
3. Select On or Off for each category and press Done
Using profiles, you can adjust and customize device
tones for different events or environments and then
apply the settings as a group. The currently selected
profile is displayed in the upper-right section of the
Home screen.
(left softkey).
Selecting an R2VS Setting
R2VS™ significantly enhances the quality of mono and
stereo audio by simulating stereo sound through a
connected headset, thereby creating improved
dynamics and bass performance. R2VS provides
panoramic three-dimensional audio that extends the
sound beyond the speakers or headphones
themselves. These enriching effects are especially
noticeable on digitally compressed audio formats such
as MP3 and WMA.
To utilize this feature, your device needs to be
connected to a headset via the Power/Accessory
Interface Connector.
Settings
Call Alert Notification
1. Press Start > Settings > Profiles.
2. Select Normal, Silent, Vibrate, Outdoor, or Automatic
and press Done (left softkey).
Tip
You can quickly change the profile by briefly pressing
key. Select the profile you
and then releasing the
want from the Quick List and press .
You can quickly activate or deactivate the Silent profile
from the Home screen.
by pressing and holding
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Customizing Sound Profiles
Display Settings
1. Press Start > Settings > Profiles.
2. Select the desired profile you want and press
Menu > Edit.
3. Use the navigation key (
) to change the
settings in each field. Available options may differ
depending on the selected profile.
4. When you have finished, press Done (left softkey).
Resetting a Sound Profile to Factory Default
Configuring the Home Screen
The Home screen is displayed on your device while in
standby mode. From here, you can view important
information for the day or messages at a glance. You
can also quickly switch to programs you’ve recently
accessed.
Quick
Launcher
Device Icons
1. Press Start > Settings > Profiles.
2. Select the desired profile you want to revert and
press Menu > Reset to default.
3. Press Done (left softkey) complete the update.
Home
screen
Taskbar/Softkey
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The Home screen can be quickly accessed from any
menu or screen by pressing
. See “Viewing the
Display Screen” on page 16.
䊳
Update the Home screen settings by pressing Start
> Settings > Display > Home Screen. The following
Home screen settings are available:
䡲 Home screen layout: Select the layout to be used for
the Home screen.
䡲 Color scheme: Select the color scheme to be used
for the Home screen.
Background image: Select an image to use as a
background image on the Home screen.
䡲 Time out: Specify the length of time the device
waits before returning the display to the Home
screen if the device is not used.
䡲
Settings
The standby mode displays the Home screen from
where you can:
䢇 Access your Contacts List
䢇 Review upcoming appointments
䢇 Access unread SMS (text messages), email, and
voicemail messages.
䢇 Launch the most recently accessed programs or
change the sound profile option (top of screen)
䢇 Access the Quick Launcher using the thumbwheel to
provide access to some common features such as
the Task Manager, Alarms, Calendar, and Edit menu.
Setting the Home Screen Properties
Customize your Home screen’s display appearance by
selecting a new appearance and layout.
1. From standby mode, press Start > Settings > Display >
Home Screen > Home screen layout.
2. Use the navigation key to select an option.
3. Press Done (left softkey) to store the new selection
and return to the Home Screen.
Changing the Color Scheme
Customize your device’s display appearance by
selecting a color scheme to reflect your personality.
1. Press Start > Settings > Display > Home Screen > Color
scheme.
2. Use the navigation key to select an option.
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3. Press Done (left softkey) to assign the color scheme
and return to the previous screen.
Changing the Display Screen Wallpaper
Choose what you see on the display screen while in
standby mode. This selected image is displayed as the
Home screen background image. The image can be
chosen from either the default set or from a My Pictures
folder.
1. Press Start > Settings > Display > Home Screen >
Background image.
Note
If you delete the default display image, the Home
screen layout may not work properly.
2. Use the navigation key to select an image. The list
is sequential and includes a listing of any stored
images (both on the device and within the optional
memory card).
3. Press Done (left softkey) to assign the image and
return to the previous screen.
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Setting the Time-out Properties
Choose the time delay before the Home screen turns
off.
1. From standby mode, press Start > Settings > Display >
Home Screen > Time out.
2. Use the navigation key to select an option.
3. Press Done (left softkey) to assign the time-out
value and return to the previous screen.
Selecting the Start Menu Style
The Home screen provides access to the start menu
using the Windows taskbar’s Start button.
1. From standby mode, press Start > Settings > Display >
Start Menu Style.
2. Select Grid or List and press Done (left softkey).
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Reviewing the Battery Charge Level
䊳
From standby mode, press Start > Settings > Power
Settings
Start menu
Management.
Changing the Backlight Time-Out
Select the length of time the display backlight stays on
when you do not use the device.
1. From standby mode, press Start > Settings > Power
Management > Backlight time out.
䡲
Grid style
List style
Choose Never, 5 seconds, 10 seconds, 15 seconds,
30 seconds, or 60 seconds.
2. Press the navigation key left or right to select a new
time out setting and press Done (left softkey).
Power Management
Note
Long backlight time-out settings reduce the battery’s
talk and standby times.
You can conserve battery power by adjusting the
timeout settings for the display and the keypad and
display backlight or adjusting the display brightness.
This section also provides you with an additional
indication of your current main battery charge level.
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Changing the Display Time-Out
Changing the Keypad Backlight Time-Out
Select the length of time the display stays on.
Select the length of time the keypad backlight stays on
when you do not use the keys.
1. From standby mode, press Start > Settings > Power
Management > Display time out.
䡲
During standby, the device goes into sleep mode
after a specified period of time to conserve power.
Choose Never, 10 seconds, 15 seconds, 30 seconds,
1 minute, 2 minutes, 5 minutes, or 10 minutes.
2. Press the navigation key left or right to select a new
time-out setting and press Done (left softkey).
Changing the Brightness
Adjust your screen’s brightness to suit your
surroundings.
1. From standby mode, press Start > Settings > Power
Management > Display brightness.
䡲
Adjust the brightness level for the display.
Choose Level 1 - Level 5.
2. Press the navigation key left or right to select a new
level setting and press Done (left softkey).
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1. From standby mode, press Start > Settings > Power
Management > Keypad backlight time out.
䡲
Choose 1 second, 2 seconds, 3 seconds, 4 seconds,
5 seconds, or 10 seconds.
2. Press the navigation key left or right to select a new
time-out setting and press Done (left softkey).
Restricting the Keypad Backlight Time-Out
By default, the keypad backlight time-out is enabled all
the time. With this setting you can restrict the time of
day that the keypad backlight time-out will be enabled.
For example, if you were planning a day at the beach
(when you would not need the keypad backlight), you
could disable the backlight time-out for that period.
1. From standby mode, press Start > Settings > Power
Management > Keypad backlight on.
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to set a custom time, enter new start and end times
using the 24-hour time format (0000 - 2400), and
press Done (left softkey). The backlight will be
enabled only during the start and end time that
you have set.
Location Settings
Your device is equipped with a Location feature for use
in connection with location-based services.
The Location feature allows the network to detect your
position. Turning Location off will hide your location
from everyone except 911.
Note
Turning Location on will allow the network to detect
your position using GPS technology, making some
Sprint applications and services easier to use. Turning
Location off will disable the GPS location function for
all purposes except 911, but will not hide your general
location based on the cell site serving your call. No
application or service may use your location without
your request or permission. GPS-enhanced 911 is not
available in all areas.
To enable your device’s Location feature:
1. From standby mode, press Start > Settings > More...
> More... > Other Settings > Location. (The Location
Settings
2. Choose Any time (default) or Custom time. If you wish
disclaimer will be displayed.)
2. Read the disclaimer and press OK (left softkey).
3. Select Location on or 911 calls only and press Done
(left softkey).
When the Location feature is on, your device’s standby
screen will display the
icon. When Location is set to
911 calls only, the
icon will be displayed. In this
instance, the location feature is only enabled while in a
911 call so that emergency personnel can locate you
during an emergency.
Call Options
You can customize settings related to call functions.
Although your current phone number is displayed, it
cannot be changed in this menu. Call options allow
you to change the following settings:
䢇 Any key answer to set up how you answer incoming
calls.
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䢇
䢇
Auto answer to answer incoming calls automatically
with the optional hands-free car kit or earphone.
Voice mail number to set up the call-in number for your
assigned voicemail server.
Note
䢇
The voicemail number is automatically set when you
receive your device. You should not need to change it
unless otherwise instructed by Sprint.
International code to set up a standard international
long distance prefix.
To access the Call Options menu:
䊳
From standby mode, press Start > Settings > Call
Options.
Setting Any Key Answer
Select how to answer incoming calls on your device:
whether you want to be required to press either
or
any number key.
When this option is enabled, you can answer incoming
calls by pressing any key, except for the following:
.
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To enable Any key answer:
1. From standby mode, press Start > Settings > Call
Options.
2. Use the navigation key to highlight the “Any key
answer” field and press
to check the box.
Auto-Answer Mode
You may set your device to automatically pick up
incoming calls when connected to an optional handsfree car kit or headset.
To enable or disable auto-answer mode:
1. From standby mode, press Start > Settings > Call
Options > Auto answer.
Choose Off (to disable Auto-Answer), 3 seconds,
5 seconds, or 10 seconds.
䡲 Assigning a time causes all calls to be
automatically answered when the device is
connected to a hands-free car kit or a headset
(sold separately).
䡲
2. Press the navigation key left or right to select a new
time setting and press Done (left softkey).
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During the initial system setup, the device automatically
detected and set your voicemail number. If this field is
blank, you can manually enter the number obtained
from Sprint Customer Service.
Note
To enable the International Country Code:
1. From standby mode, press Start > Settings > Call
Options > International code.
2. Use the keypad to enter an international country
code and press Done (left softkey).
When using Plus Code Dialing, the international
code defaults to the code for the country you are
currently in, but when a value is entered in this
field, all international calls begin with this new
value. This new value supersedes the default
International code.
䡲 As an example, if this field contained: 01159399,
then whenever you pressed
, these numbers
would appear onscreen and then you would
simply key in the local phone number.
䡲
Although this field is editable, it is not recommended
that this number be altered.
Assigning an International Country Code
You can enter a frequently used country code that will
be entered when plus code dialing is used. The Plus
Code Dialing Key ( ) automatically dials the
international access code for the country in which you
are located.
This field allows you to prepend multiple dialing codes
to a number. This can be useful for long distance
dialing where the international prefix, country code, and
city code are already stored on the device.
3. Press Done (left softkey).
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Settings
Reviewing Your Voice mail Number
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Messaging Settings
Configuring Message Display Settings
1. From standby mode, press Start > Messaging > Text
Staying connected to your friends and family has never
been easier. With your device’s advanced messaging
capabilities, you can send and receive many different
kinds of text messages without placing a voice call.
(For more information, see “Using SMS Text
Messaging” on page 151.)
Messaging settings make text messaging easier by
letting you decide how you would like to be notified of
new messages, create a signature with each sent
message, and create your own preset messages.
Accessing SMS Message Settings
1. From standby mode, press Start > Messaging.
2. Use your navigation key to select Text Messages and
press Select (left softkey) to launch the Text
Messages menu.
3. Press Menu > Tools > Options.
Messages.
2. Press Menu > Tools > Options > Display.
3. Use your navigation key to make the appropriate
selections.
Show date and time in the message list places
additional date and time information into the
message display.
䡲 Sort messages by provides different sorting criteria
for those messages currently in the message list:
● Choose from either: Date received, Subject,
Sender or Message type.
● Choose from either: Descending or Ascending.
䡲 After deleting or moving a message lets you set one of
the following options: Show next message, Show
previous message, or Return to message list.
䡲
4. Press Done (left softkey) to update these display
settings.
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1. From standby mode, press Start > Messaging > Text
Messages.
2. Press Menu > Tools > Options > Sending.
3. Use the navigation key to highlight a field:
Include copy of original message when replying to
e-mail
䡲 Save copies of sent items places a copy into the Sent
䡲
folder.
4. Press Done (left softkey) to check the box.
Tip
To access the Messaging Settings menu, you can also
press Start > Messaging > Menu > Settings.
3. Select either Text Messages or Outlook E-mail to
assign which message category will use the
configured signature.
4. Highlight the “Use signature with this account” field
and press
to check the box. (If you do not wish
to attach a signature to your outgoing messages,
do not check the “Use signature with this account”
field.)
5. Highlight the “Include when replying and
forwarding” field and press
to check the box.
(This adds the signature to your outgoing
messages.)
6. Enter a signature and press Done (left softkey).
(See “Entering Text” on page 35.)
Adding a Customized Signature
Using Preset Messages
Add a customized signature to each message you
send.
Preset messages make sending text messages to your
friends, family, and co-workers easier than ever. My Text
messages lets you quickly insert commonly used
phrases into the body of a new message or a reply to a
message.
1. From standby mode, press Start > Messaging > Text
Messages.
2. Press Menu > Tools > Options > Signatures.
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Settings
Setting Message Sending Options
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To add a preset message to a text message:
1. While the message is open, position the cursor to
where you would like the preset message to go.
2. Press Menu (right softkey) > My Text.
3. Highlight a message to insert, and press Insert (left
softkey).
1. From standby mode, press Start > Messaging > Text
2. Press Menu > Tools > Options > Account Settings.
Select an existing preset message and press Menu
> Edit My Text and use the keypad to edit or replace
the message and press
. (See “Entering Text”
on page 35.)
To delete a preset message:
1. Select a preset message and press Menu (right
softkey) > Edit My Text. (The entire message is
highlighted.)
2. Press and hold
You can request that a notification message be sent
back to your device when a message has been
successfully delivered and also that your callback
number will be attached to the message.
Messages.
To edit a preset message:
䊳
Updating Account Settings
to delete the message.
Press Done (left softkey) to complete the deletion, or
press Cancel (right softkey) to cancel the deletion.
3. Use the navigation key to highlight a field and then
press
䡲
to check the box.
Request delivery notifications launches an onscreen
pop-up message to notify you if the last outgoing
message was successfully delivered.
䡲 Always send callback number provides additional
information to the outgoing message by attaching
the number used in the Callback number field.
4. Select the Callback number field, and if desired,
use the keypad to enter a new callback number.
Press and hold
to delete the previous
numbers.
5. Press Done (left softkey).
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Delete individual messages you have read whenever
you like, or delete all old messages.
To delete read messages:
1. From standby mode, press Start > Messaging > Text
Messages.
2. Select a message from the list and press Delete
(left softkey).
3. When prompted to confirm the deletion, press Yes
(left softkey).
To empty previously deleted messages:
1. From standby mode, press Start > Messaging > Text
Messages.
2. Press Menu > Tools > Empty Deleted Items.
3. When prompted to confirm the deletion, press Yes
(left softkey).
TTY Use With Sprint Service
A TTY (teletypewriter, also known as a TDD or Text
Telephone) is a telecommunications device that allows
people who are deaf, hard of hearing, or who have
speech or language disabilities, to communicate by
telephone.
Your device is compatible with select TTY devices.
Please check with the manufacturer of your TTY device
to ensure that it supports digital wireless transmission.
Your device and TTY device will connect via a special
cable that plugs into your device's headset jack.
If this cable was not provided with your TTY device,
contact your TTY device manufacturer to purchase the
connector cable.
When establishing your Sprint service, please call
Sprint Customer Service via the state
Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS) by first
dialing
. Then provide the state TRS with
this number: 866-727-4889.
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Settings
Deleting Old Messages
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To turn TTY Mode on or off:
WARNING
1. From standby mode, press Start > Settings > More... >
More... > Other Settings > TTY.
2. Read the onscreen alert message and press
3. Press the navigation key left or right to select a
setting and press Done (
).
Choose from TTY OFF, TTY FULL, TTY +
Talk(VCO), or TTY + Hear(HCO).
䡲
Note
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In TTY Mode, the device’s standby screen will display
the TTY icon. If TTY mode is enabled, the audio quality
of non-TTY devices connected to the headset jack
may be impaired.
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911 Emergency Calling
Sprint recommends that TTY users make
emergency calls by other means, including
Telecommunications Relay Services (TRS),
analog cellular, and landline communications.
Wireless TTY calls to 911 may be corrupted
when received by public safety answering
points (PSAPs), rendering some
communications unintelligible. The problem
encountered appears related to TTY equipment
or software used by PSAPs. This matter has
been brought to the attention of the FCC, and
the wireless industry and the PSAP community
are currently working to resolve this.
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Customizing the Side Back-Clear Key
Settings
You can change the program
assigned to the side
Back-Clear key
when it is
pressed and held.
1. From the Home screen,
press Start > Settings >
More...> More... > Key
Settings > Side Key Settings.
Pressing and releasing
either clears an entry or
takes you back to a previously active menu.
䡲 By default, pressing and holding launches the
camera mode.
䡲
2. Use your navigation key to assign a new
Customizing the Message Key
You can change the Message application assigned
when you press and release or press and hold the
Messaging key ( ). By default:
䢇 Pressing and releasing (“short press”) lets you
access the Text Message Inbox.
䢇 Pressing and holding (“long press”) activates the Text
Message Composer (for new messages).
1. From the Home screen, press Start > Settings >
More... > More... > Key Settings > Message Key Settings.
2. Use your navigation key to assign either Text
Messages Inbox or Outlook Email Inbox in the ‘(Short
press)’ field.
3. Use your navigation key to assign either Text
Messages Composer or Outlook Email Composer in the
‘(Long press)’ field.
4. Press Done (left softkey) to store these settings and
return to the previous menu.
application and press Done (left softkey).
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Settings
Device Customization
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Customizing the Function Key
While in the Home screen, pressing and holding the
key in conjunction with other specified keys can
launch predefined applications or activate specific
functions.
To show the list of customizable application hot keys:
1. From the Home screen, press Start > Settings >
More...> More... > Key Settings > Fn Key Settings.
2. Press Show List to both display a list of four
predefined application buttons and their currently
associated application.
䡲 The W key is by default associated with the World
Clock application.
䡲 The B key by default, will launch the Bluetooth
Settings menu.
䡲 The S key is by default associated with Service
Mode.
䡲 The F key by default, will launch the Fn Key
Settings menu.
To use the Fn key:
1. From the Home screen,
press and hold
for a
few seconds to activate
the onscreen Launch
Application window.
This pop-up indicates
the current application assignments of the four
available hot keys.
䡲 As an example, to quickly change the device’s
service mode from CDMA to GSM, press and
hold
, and then press
(in the default
setting).
To change the hot keys:
1. From the Home screen, press Start > Settings >
More...> More... > Key Settings > Fn Key Settings >
Show List.
2. Select one of the four buttons from the list and
press
.
3. From the Select an Item screen, use your
navigation key to choose an item and press
.
(This list is extensive and you should note that
there are many available options.)
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4. Press Done (left softkey) when you have finished
3. Press Menu (right softkey) > Add Speed Dial.
Settings
assigning hot keys.
Using Speed Dial
Assigning an Application to a Speed
Dial Location
Start menu applications can be set to launch when
activated by a speed dial keypress in the same way
that phone numbers can be assigned to a speed dial
key.
4. Use the keypad to assign a descriptive name
within the Name field (or accept the default).
5. In the Keypad assignment field, select an available
speed dial location for the application.
Tip
You can also assign email addresses or Web pages to
the number keys as speed dial entries.
1. From the Home screen, press Start.
2. Select a desired application from the Start menu
screen (or from available submenus), but don’t
press
.
Note
Keypad numbers 0, 1, and all digits ending in 0 (10, 20,
30, etc..) are reserved and cannot be overwritten.
Speed dial 1 is reserved for quick access to Voicemail
services.
6. Press Done (left softkey) to finish assigning the
speed dial.
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To view the list of current Speed Dial assignments:
䊳
Press Start > Accessories > Speed Dial.
䡲 This list displays both phone numbers and
applications that have been assigned a speed
dial location (from 2 -99).
To delete a current Speed Dial assignment:
1. Press Start > Accessories > Speed Dial.
2. Select a speed dial entry and press Menu (right
softkey) > Delete.
3. Confirm the deletion by pressing Yes (left softkey)
or cancel by pressing No (right softkey).
Configuring the Time and Date
The Date and Time settings enable you to either
manually set the date, time, and time zone or to allow
the device to automatically update the information over
the Sprint network.
1. From the Home screen, press Start > Settings >
More... > Date and Time.
2. Select your time zone and set the current date and
time.
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3. Set the Time settings and Time zone settings fields
to either Manual or Automatic.
Manual requires the information to be updated by
the user.
䡲 Automatic obtains the time and date information
from the network.
䡲
4. Press Done (left softkey) to complete the setup
process.
Configuring the Regional Settings
This menu allows you to change the way some data is
formatted and displayed on the device such as
language, locale, date styles, and currency and time
formats appropriate to your current location.
1. From the Home screen, press Start > Settings >
More... > More... > Regional Settings.
2. Select the fields for any categories you wish to
change and then press the navigation key left or
right to change settings.
3. Press Done (left softkey) to complete the setup
process.
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If you changed a language or locale setting, after
pressing Done you will need to turn the device off and
then back on again for your changes to take effect.
䊳
Repeat steps 1 – 4, this time selecting US English in
the ‘Language’ field.
To change from English to
Spanish:
1. From the Home screen,
press Start > Settings >
More... > More... >
Regional Settings.
2. In the ‘Language’ field,
select Español and press
Done (left softkey).
3. Press OK (left softkey) to
acknowledge the change
in the language.
4. Press and hold
for two seconds until you see
the powering down animation on the display
screen.
䡲 When the device restarts, Spanish menus will be
displayed.
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Settings
To change from Spanish to English:
Note
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Section 2C
Accessing the Security Menu
Your Device’s Security
All of your device’s security settings are available
through the Security menu.
䊳
⽧
Accessing the Security Menu
⽧
Using Your Device’s Device Lock Feature
⽧
Using Special Numbers
⽧
Using Encryption
⽧
Managing Certificates
⽧
Resetting Your Device
⽧
Security Features for Sprint Power Vision
By using the security settings on your device, you receive peace
of mind without sacrificing flexibility. This section will
familiarize you with your device’s security settings. With
several options available, you can customize your
device to meet your personal needs.
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Press Start > Settings > More... > Security.
Using Your Device’s Device
Lock Feature
Locking Your Device with a Password
When your device is locked, you can only receive
incoming calls or make calls to 911, Sprint Customer
Service, or special numbers. (See “Using Special
Numbers” on page 63.)
When you lock your device, it requires a password to
return to normal operation. When a password is set up,
the device can be locked immediately or configured to
lock when the screen goes blank.
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2. Select Device Lock and press
.
3. Select “Prompt if device unused for” and press
. (Enabling this option activates the remaining
fields.)
4. Select each field and enter the required
information:
Time: select the amount of unused time (idle)
required before you are prompted for a password.
䡲 Password type: to choose from one of the following
PIN types:
● Simple PIN: must be at least four characters in
length and cannot contain a simple sequence
such as 000, 1111, or 1234.
● Strong alphanumeric: must be at least seven
characters in length and must contain at least
one character from each of the following
categories: uppercase/lowercase letters,
numerals, symbols. Examples of strong
alphanumeric passwords are sb?8A!3 and
%$VH5hW.
䡲
Password: use the keypad to enter the desired
password.
䡲 Confirm password: use the keypad to re-enter the
same password.
䡲
5. Press Done (left softkey) > Yes (left softkey) to store
these settings.
Unlocking Your Device Using a Password
Once the preset time has expired, the display screen
will dim and the taskbar Start option is replaced with
Unlock.
1. From standby mode, press Unlock.
2. Enter your password using the keypad.
3. Press Unlock.
Changing the Device Lock Code
1. Press Start > Settings > More... > Security.
2. Select Device Lock and press
.
3. Enter your password using the keypad.
4. Press Unlock.
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Security
1. Press Start > Settings > More... > Security.
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5. Navigate to the Password field and then to the
Confirm password field, pressing and holding
in each field to delete the current password
information.
6. Enter your new password within both fields and
when prompted, re-enter your new lock code.
7. Press Done (left softkey) to store the new password.
Removing the Device Lock
1. Press Start > Settings > More... > Security.
2. Select Device Lock and press
Tip
.
If you can’t recall your lock code, try using the last four
digits of your wireless phone number. If this doesn’t
work, call Sprint Customer Service at 1-800-SPRINT1
(1-800-777-4681).
3. Enter your password using the keypad.
4. Press Unlock.
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5. Select “Prompt if device unused for” and press
. (This action removes the check mark from this
option and disables the device lock feature.)
6. Press Done (left softkey) > Yes (left softkey) to store
the new settings.
Manually Locking Your Device
This manual process
temporarily locks the device
without the need to enter a
password.
You can still receive calls,
but you cannot make calls or
use the keypad.
1. Press
to activate the
Quick List menu. (This
menu allows you to
quickly turn the device
off, access the Wireless
Manager, lock the device, or activate sound
profiles.)
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. (The display screen
dims and the Unlock option now appears in the
taskbar.)
– or –
䊳
Press and hold
.
Manually Unlocking the Device
䊳
Press Unlock (left softkey) and then immediately
press
. (This removes the manual lock and
allows you to fully utilize the device and all its
features.)
Calling in Lock Mode
You can place calls to 911 and to your special
numbers when in lock mode.
䊳
To call an emergency number, special number, or
Sprint Customer Service, enter the phone number
and press
.
Using Special Numbers
Special numbers are important numbers that you have
designated as being “always available.” You can call
and receive calls from special numbers even if your
device is locked.
You can save up to three special numbers in addition
to your Contacts entries (the same number may be in
both directories).
To add or replace a special number:
1. Press Start > Settings > More... > Security.
2. Select Emergency Numbers and press
.
3. Select a location for your entry.
4. Enter the number and press Done (left softkey).
5. Read the Alert pop up and press Yes (left softkey)
to activate a soft reset of your phone or No (right
softkey) to cancel the operation.
Note
There are no speed dial options associated with
special numbers.
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Security
2. Select Lock and press
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2. Select Certificates and press
Using Encryption
The encryption feature is used with files stored on the
optional microSD™ card to make them readable only
on your device.
To encrypt files stored on a microSD card:
1. Press Start > Settings > More... > Security.
2. Select Encryption and press
.
3. Press
to enable the encryption option and then
press Done (left softkey).
Managing Certificates
. From this screen,
you can manage the following certificate types:
䡲 Personal: Used to identify yourself to others.
䡲 Intermediate: Used to identify intermediate
certification authorities. (Intermediate certificates
are issued by the trusted root certificate authority,
and any SSL [secure sockets layer] certificates
then issued by the intermediate certificate will
inherit the trust of the trusted root.
䡲 Root: Used to identify root certification authorities.
(A root certificate is the top-most certificate of the
certificate tree. All certificates below the root
certificate inherit the trustworthiness of the root
certificate.)
3. Select the encryption option and press
You can add and delete public key certificates. Three
types of certificates can be created.
To access information about different certificate types:
1. Press Start > Settings > More... > Security.
to see
the certificate information.
To delete a certificate:
1. Press Start > Settings > More... > Security.
2. Select Certificates and press
.
3. Select any of the three available certificates and
press
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to reveal a list of related certificates.
4. Select an entry from the list and press Menu >
Delete.
䡲
After selecting Delete, the certificate is disabled by
default.
5. Read the disclaimer and press OK (left softkey).
Resetting Your Device
Resetting the device restores all the factory defaults,
including the ringer types and display settings. The
Contacts list, call history, scheduler, and messaging are
not affected.
1. Press Start > Settings > More... > Security.
2. Select Phone Reset and press
.
3. Enter the lock code and press Done (left softkey).
4. Read the disclaimer and press OK (left softkey).
䡲
䡲
After the device restarts, you may have to press
Next (right softkey) and reconfigure basic settings
such as the time and date (page 58) and the
password (page 60).
Security Features for Sprint
Power Vision
Enabling and Disabling Data Services
You can disable Sprint Power Vision data services
without turning off your device; however, you will not
have access to all data services, including Web and
messaging. Disabling data services will avoid any
charges associated with Sprint Power Vision services.
While signed out, you can still place or receive device
calls, check voicemail, and use other voice services.
You may enable data services again at any time.
The device will restart and all current data stored
on the device will be deleted. This reset process
does not affect the data stored on the microSD
card.
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2. Read the confirmation screen and press Yes (left
Note
If you are unable to make an outgoing due to a current
data call in session (indicated by an “Unable to Vision
while a data call is in progress” message), use the
Wireless Manager to turn the phone off and on again,
and then press Done (left softkey). This refreshes the
phone and enables Vision services.
Without Vision enabled, you will be unable to wirelessly
sync your device to a remote email server (page 136).
To enable data services:
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > Accessories > Vision
> Menu (right softkey).
2. Select Enable Vision and press
.
3. Read the disclaimer and press Yes (left softkey) to
enable the service. (A message indicating the
progress of the activation is displayed. The Status
field then displays “Vision Enabled.”)
To update your Vision information:
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > Accessories > Vision
> Menu (right softkey) > Update Profile.
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softkey) to enable the service and begin the
update process using your remote vision
information.
Section 2D
Understanding Roaming
Roaming
Recognizing the Roaming Icon on the Display
Screen
⽧
Understanding Roaming
⽧
Setting Your Device’s Roam Mode
Roaming is the ability to make or receive calls when you’re off
the Sprint National Network. Your new Samsung ACETM
works anywhere on the Sprint National Network and
allows you to roam on other 1900 and 800 MHz digital
networks where we’ve implemented roaming
agreements with other carriers.
This section explains how roaming works as well as
special features that let you manage your roaming
experience.
Roaming
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Your device’s Home screen always lets you know when
you’re off the Sprint National Network. Anytime you are
roaming, the device displays the roaming icon ( )
and extra charges may apply when making or
receiving a call.
Tip
Remember, when you are using your device off the
Sprint National Network, always dial numbers using
11 digits (1 + area code + number).
Roaming on Other Digital Networks
When you’re roaming on digital networks, your call
quality and security will be similar to the quality you
receive when making calls on the Sprint National
Network. However, you may not be able to access
certain features, such as Sprint Power Vision,
depending on the available network.
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Note
If you’re on a call when you leave the Sprint National
Network, your call is dropped. If your call is dropped in
an area where you think Sprint service is available, turn
your device off and on again to reconnect to the
network.
Checking for Voicemail Messages While
Roaming
When you are roaming off the Sprint National Network,
you may not receive automatic on-device notification of
new voicemail messages. Callers can still leave
messages, but you will need to periodically check your
voicemail for new messages if you are in a roaming
service area for an extended period of time.
1. Dial 1 + area code + your phone number.
2. When you hear your voicemail greeting, press
3. Enter your passcode at the prompt and follow the
voice prompts.
When you return to the Sprint National Network,
voicemail notification will resume as normal.
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.
Setting Your Device’s Roam Mode
Your device allows you to control your roaming
capabilities. Your device has a way of alerting you
when you are roaming off the Sprint National Network:
the onscreen roaming icon. By using the Roaming
menu option, you can determine which signals your
device accepts, and which network you will use.
Enabling the Roaming Option
Choose from three different settings on your device to
control your roaming experience.
1. Press Start > Settings > More... > Roaming.
2. Use the navigation key to select an option in the
‘Roaming option’ field and press Done (left softkey).
Automatic to seek service on the Sprint National
Network. When Sprint service is unavailable, the
device searches for an alternate system.
䡲 Sprint Only to access the Nationwide Sprint PCS
Network only and prevent roaming on other
networks.
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Roaming Only to seek a roaming system only. The
previous setting (Sprint Only or Automatic) is
restored the next time the device is turned on.
Enabling the Data Roam Guard
Depending on service availability and roaming
agreements, your phone may be able to access data
services while roaming on certain digital systems. You
can set your phone to alert you when you are roaming
off the Sprint National Network and try to use data
services such as messaging.
Note
Data Roam Guard is turned off by default on your
device.
To set your Data Roam Guard notification:
1. Press Start > Settings > More... > Roaming > Data roam
Roaming
䡲
guard.
2. Use the navigation key to select On in the ‘Data
roam guard’ field and press Done (left softkey).
To use data services when Data Roam Guard is active:
䊳
When a pop-up notification appears informing you
that data roam charges may apply, select Roam
(left softkey) to connect.
Note
To not see this pop-up message again, set the Data
roam guard to Off.
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Section 2E
Call History
It is continually updated as new numbers are added to
the beginning of the list and the oldest entries are
removed from the bottom of the list. When you view the
numbers in this list, an icon to the left of the number
indicates the call type:
Dialed:Indicates all outgoing calls
⽧
Viewing History
⽧
Call History Options
⽧
Making a Call From the Call History
Received: Indicates any received
⽧
Saving a Phone Number From Call History
calls that were answered.
⽧
Deleting Call History Entries
Missed: Indicates any missed
The Call History keeps track of incoming calls, outgoing calls,
and missed calls. This section guides you through
accessing and making the most of your Call History.
Viewing History
made from your device.
calls. These are routed to your
voicemail.
Each entry contains the phone number (if it is
available) and the Contacts entry name (if the phone
number is in your Contacts).
Accessing Call History
Call History is a list of recent phone numbers (or
Contacts entries) for calls you placed, accepted, or
missed. Call History makes redialing a number fast and
easy.
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1. Press Start > Call History.
2. Use either the navigation key or thumbwheel to
scroll through the available list.
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1. Access the Call History list.
The previous two steps can be shortened by pressing
from the Home screen to display a list of recent
calls.
2. Press Menu (right softkey) to display the following
Call History
Tip
options:
Find Contact to find a contact entry matching the
selected phone number.
䡲 Send Text Message to activate the Text Message
Composer (for a new message).
®
䡲 E-mail to activate the Microsoft Outlook
Composer (for a new email message).
䡲 View Timers displays the recorded time for the
following categories.
● Last call: call length for last outgoing call.
● All calls: length of all incoming and outgoing
calls since the last reset of the timers
(page 72).
● Incoming calls: total time used for all incoming
calls.
● Outgoing calls: total time used for all outgoing
calls.
● Roaming calls: total time used for all roaming
calls.
䡲
3. Highlight the number and press
Note
.
Call History records only those calls that occur while
the device is turned on. If a call is received while your
device is turned off, it will not be included in the
device’s Incoming or Missed call logs.
If you return a call from the voicemail menu, it will not
be included in your device’s Outgoing call log.
Call History Options
Select a Call History entry
and press
to display
the date and time of the
call, the phone number (if
available), and the caller’s
name (if the number is
already in your Contacts).
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Data calls: total time used for all data
transmissions (calls).
● Last reset: shows most recent reset time.
● Lifetime calls: total combined time used for all
of the above call types.
䡲 Delete to delete the currently selected entry.
䡲 Delete List to delete all Call History entries.
䡲 Save to Contacts to save the number into your
Contacts list if it is not already stored. (See
“Saving a Phone Number From Call History” on
page 88.)
䡲 Filter to restrict the list of entries that appear.
●
Tip
You can also view the next Call History entry by
pressing the navigation key down or view the previous
entry by pressing the navigation key up.
Filtering Calls in Call History
1. Press Start > Call History > Menu (right softkey) > Filter.
(This option filters the list to display only those calls
meeting your selected criteria.)
2. Select an option and press
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䡲
No Filter: all calls are displayed.
䡲
Missed Calls: only calls which were not answered
䡲
Incoming Calls: only calls that were answered are
are displayed.
displayed.
䡲
Outgoing Calls: only calls that were placed are
displayed.
Resetting Timers from the Call History
1. Press Start > Call History > Menu (right softkey)> View
Timers.
2. Press Menu > Reset Timers.
3. Read the disclaimer and press Yes (left softkey).
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1. Press Start > Call History.
Note
.
categories (groups):
Mobile
䡲 Work
䡲 Home
䡲 Work 2
䡲 Home 2
䡲 Company
䡲 Pager
䡲 Car
䡲 Assistant
䡲 Radio
䡲
You cannot make calls from Call History to entries
identified as No ID or Restricted.
Saving a Phone Number From
Call History
The number of Contacts that can be stored on the
device is determined by the storage capacity. Each
Contacts entry can store up to a total of 10 phone
numbers, and each entry’s name can contain 255
characters.
1. Select a Call History entry and press Save (left
softkey).
2. Select <New Contact> and press
last name. The device’s word prediction feature
may try to identify the word being typed.
4. Select a Number type from one of the following
2. Select an entry (number or Contacts name) and
press
3. Use the keypad to type in the new entry's first and
Call History
Making a Call From the Call History
After you have saved the number, the new Contacts
entry is displayed in the alphabetical listing. (See
“Contacts Entry Options” on page 79.)
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Deleting all entries in Call History:
Note
You cannot save phone numbers already in your
Contacts or from calls identified as Unknown ID or
Restricted.
Deleting Call History Entries
You can delete individual entries from Call History, or
you can delete all entries.
Deleting individual entries in Call History:
1. Press Start > Call History.
2. Select an entry and press Menu (right softkey) >
Delete.
3. Read the disclaimer and if you are certain you
want to permanently delete the entry, press Yes (left
softkey).
– or –
Press No (right softkey) to return to the previous
menu.
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1. Press Start > Call History.
2. Press Menu (right softkey) > Delete List.
3. Read the disclaimer and if you are certain you
want to permanently delete the list of entries, press
Yes (left softkey).
– or –
Press No (right softkey) to return to the previous
menu.
Section 2F
Adding a New Contacts Entry
Contacts
The number of Contacts entries that can be stored on
the device is determined by the storage capacity of the
device. Each Contacts entry can store up to a total of
10 phone numbers, and each entry’s name can
contain 255 characters.
⽧
Adding a New Contacts Entry
⽧
Assigning Speed Dial Numbers
⽧
Finding Contacts Entries
⽧
Contacts Entry Options
⽧
Adding a Phone Number to a Contacts Entry
⽧
Editing a Contacts Entry’s Phone Number
⽧
Editing a Contacts Entry
⽧
Deleting Contacts
⽧
Beaming a Contacts Entry
⽧
Selecting a Ringer Type for an Entry
⽧
Dialing Sprint Services
1. Press Start > Contacts > New.
2. Enter a name for the new entry. (See “Entering
Text” on page 35.)
3. Enter the phone number(s) for the entry.
4. Press Done (left softkey) to store the new entry into
the Contacts list.
After you have saved the number, the new Contacts
entry is displayed. (See “Contacts Entry Options” on
page 79.)
Your device’s Contacts list helps you stay in touch with family,
friends, and colleagues by keeping track of all their contact
information. This section explains how to use your
device’s Contacts list.
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To assign a speed dial number to a new phone number:
Tip
ICE – In Case of Emergency
To make it easier for emergency personnel to identify
important contacts, you can list your local emergency
contacts using the word “ICE” at the beginning of the
entry’s name within your device’s Contacts list. For
example, if your mother is your primary emergency
contact, list her as “ICE–Mom” in your Contacts list. To
list more than one emergency contact, use
“ICE1–___,” “ICE2–___,” etc.
1. Add a phone number to a new or to an existing
Contacts entry. (See “Adding a New Contacts
Entry” on page 75
or “Adding a Phone Number to a Contacts Entry”
on page 80.)
2. Select the new entry from the Contacts list and
press
. (This opens a details screen for the
selected entry.)
Assigning Speed Dial Numbers
3. Press Menu (right softkey) > Add to Speed Dial and
Your device can store up to 99 phone numbers in
speed dial locations. (For details on how to make calls
using speed dial numbers, see “Using Speed Dialing”
on page 34.) You can assign speed dial numbers
when you add a new Contacts entry, when you add a
new phone number to an existing entry, or when you
edit an existing number.
4. Edit the name using the keypad (if desired).
press
.
5. Select an available speed dial location (2 - 99) and
press Done (left softkey) to complete the speed dial
assignment. (A confirmation will be displayed.)
To assign a speed dial number to an existing phone
number:
1. From the Home screen, press Contacts (right
Note
Numbers 0, 1, and all digits ending in 0 (10, 20, 30,
etc..) are reserved and cannot be overwritten. Speed
dial 1 is reserved for quick access to Voicemail.
softkey).
2. Select an entry and press
.
3. Select a number to assign to a speed dial location.
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press
.
5. Select an available speed dial location (2 - 99) and
press Done (left softkey) to return to the details
page. (A confirmation will be displayed.)
6. Press Done (left softkey) to return to the Contacts
menu.
Note
If you attempt to assign an already in-use speed dial
location to a new phone number, a message will
appear asking if you wish to replace the existing speed
dial assignment. Press Yes (left softkey) to assign the
location to the new phone number and delete the
previous speed dial assignment.
To review a list of previously assigned speed dial numbers:
䊳
Press Start > Accessories > Speed Dial.
Finding Contacts Entries
There are several ways to display your Contacts entries:
by name, by speed dial number, by group, and by
voice dial tags. Follow the steps outlined in the sections
below to display entries from the Contacts menu.
Finding Contacts by Name
1. Press Start > Contacts.
– or –
From the Home screen, press Contacts
(right softkey).
2. Scroll through all the entries.
– or –
Enter the first letter of a name or part of a name
(such as “ave” for “Dave”). (The more letters you
enter, the more your search narrows.)
3. To display the details for an entry, select it and
press
.
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Contacts
4. Press Menu (right softkey) > Add to Speed Dial and
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4. To dial the entry’s default phone number, press
– or –
To display additional Contacts entries, press the
navigation key up or down.
2. Scroll through speed dial entries. Speed dial
numbers are displayed in numeric order.
– or –
Enter the number of a speed dial location using
your numeric keypad.
3. To display the details of an entry, highlight it and
.
4. To dial the entry’s default phone number, highlight
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To make the search process easier and quicker,
Contacts entries can be assigned to any or all of these
categories: Business, Holiday, Personal, and Seasonal.
2. Select one of the available category types from the
1. Press Start > Accessories > Speed Dial.
the entry from the list and press
Finding Entries by Category
1. Press Start > Contacts > Menu > Filter.
Finding Speed Dial Numbers
press
.
.
pop-up menu and press
to filter the current list
of Contacts. (If your category does not appear in
the list, select More... to display additional entries.)
䡲 All Contacts does not filter the Contacts list.
䡲 Recent displays only the most recently added
contacts.
䡲 No Categories displays only entries that are not
assigned to a category.
䡲 Business displays only entries that are assigned to
the Business category.
䡲 Holiday displays only entries that are assigned to
the Holiday category.
䡲 Personal displays only entries that are assigned to
the Personal category.
Seasonal displays only entries that are assigned to
䢇
the Seasonal category.
䡲 More.. allows you to select multiple category types
and display only those entries that match.
䢇
䡲
䢇
3. To display an entry within the category, select it
and press
.
4. To dial the entry’s default phone number, press
– or –
To dial another listed number:
䡲 Select the entry and press
.
䡲 Select the phone number and press Call (left
softkey).
Contacts Entry Options
To access a Contacts entry’s options, display the entry
and press Menu. Select an option and press
.
䢇 Edit to add to or change a Contacts entry. (See
“Adding a New Contacts Entry” on page 75 or
“Adding a Phone Number to a Contacts Entry” on
page 80.)
䢇
.
䢇
䢇
䢇
Send Contact [Beam] to send and receive information
wirelessly between your device and one or more
other Bluetooth-enabled devices.
Copy Contact to create a duplicate of a Contacts entry.
Delete Contact to permanently delete an entry.
Copy All to transfer a copy of all current contacts to
either the phone or to the SIM card, depending on
the original storage location of the selected entry.
View By to filter how entries are displayed (either by
Name [alphabetical] or by Company [user-defined]).
Delete All to permanently delete all Contacts entries
from either the device or the SIM card.
Filter to display only entries matching a selected filter
category. See “Finding Entries by Category” on
page 78.
Tip
You can view the next entry by pressing the navigation
key right or view the previous entry by pressing the
navigation key left.
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4. Re-enter or edit the number and press Done (left
Adding a Phone Number to a
Contacts Entry
softkey).
Editing a Contacts Entry
1. Display a Contacts entry. (See “Finding Contacts
Entries” on page 77.)
1. Display a Contacts entry.
2. Press Menu > Edit.
2. Press Menu > Edit.
3. Select a phone number field, use the keypad to
3. Select the information you wish to edit (Name,
enter the new number, and press Done (left
softkey).
Editing a Contacts Entry’s Phone
Number
1. Display a Contacts entry. (See “Finding Contacts
Group, Ringer, etc.), and use
to clear one
character at a time, or press and hold
to erase
the entire entry.
4. Add or edit the information using the keypad and
press Done (left softkey) to save the changes.
Deleting Contacts
Entries” on page 77.)
2. Press Menu > Edit.
3. Select a number to change, and use
one digit at a time, or press and hold
the entire number.
to clear
to erase
You can quickly delete either individual entries or all
entries from your Contacts list. Contacts can be deleted
from either the device or from the SIM card.
To delete a single contact:
1. Press Start > Contacts.
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Delete Contact.
3. Read the disclaimer and press Yes (left softkey).
To delete all contacts:
When receiving a Contacts entry from another device,
you will be prompted to accept the beamed
information.
䊳
1. Press Start > Contacts > Menu > Delete All.
2. Select either Phone or SIM and press
Receiving a Beamed Contact:
Read the confirmation screen and press Done (left
softkey).
.
3. Read the disclaimer and press Yes (left softkey).
Beaming a Contacts Entry
You can send and receive information wirelessly
between your phone and up to two Bluetooth-enabled
devices. The following example shows how to transmit
Contacts entry information to another phone.
1. Display a Contacts entry.
Selecting a Ringer Type for an Entry
Assign a ringer type to a Contacts entry so you can
identify the caller by the ringer type. (See “Ringer
Types” on page 39.)
1. Display a Contacts entry.
2. Press Menu > Edit.
3. Scroll through available ringers in the Custom ring
2. Press Menu > Send Contact > Beam. (The device will
tone field. (When you highlight a ringer type, a
sample ringer will sound.)
search for other Bluetooth-enabled devices in
range.)
4. Select a ringer and press Done (left softkey) to save
the new ringer type.
3. Select a Bluetooth device from the list and press
Beam. (The recipient will then be given the option
to agree to save the contact to their own device.)
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2. Select a contact from the list and press Menu >
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Dialing Sprint Services
To dial a service from standby mode using your keypad:
1. Dial the appropriate service number:
䡲
Account Info. –
䡲
Customer Service –
䡲
Sprint 411 –
䡲
Sprint Operator –
䡲
Voice Command –
2. Press
82
to place the call.
Section 2F. Contacts
Section 2G
Calendar and Tools
This section shows you how to use these features to
turn your device into a time management planner that
helps you keep up with your contacts, schedules, and
commitments.
Using Your Device’s Calendar
⽧
Using Your Device’s Calendar
⽧
Using Your Device’s Alarm Clock
⽧
Using Your Device’s Notepad
⽧
Using Tasks
⽧
Managing Voice Memos
⽧
Using the Tip Calculator
⽧
Using the Calculator
⽧
Using the Smart Converter
⽧
Using the Stopwatch
⽧
Using the World Clock
Your device is equipped with several personal information
management features that help you manage your busy lifestyle.
Adding an Event to the Calendar
Your Calendar helps organize your time and reminds
you of important events.
1. Press Start > Organizer > Calendar.
2. Press the left softkey to cycle between Week, Month,
and Agenda (full-screen table calendar view).
Tip
Press the navigation key up or down to scroll through
the Calendar.
3. Select the day to which you would like to add an
event and press Menu (right softkey) > New
Appointment.
4. Enter a title for the event in the Subject field using
the keypad. (See “Entering Text” on page 35.)
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5. Select a time and date for the event by selecting
the corresponding fields, pressing
to delete
any previous information, and using the keypad to
enter new values.
䡲 To toggle between AM and PM, highlight it and
press either A (for AM) or P (PM) on the keypad.
6. Press
to set as an All day event.
7. Use the keypad to enter a location for the event.
8. Select the number of Attendees for the event
(default is No attendees...).
䡲 Select to add either a Required Attendee or an
Optional Attendee and press
.
䡲 Press Menu > New Contact. (See “Adding a New
Contacts Entry” on page 75.)
9. Select an alarm time for the event by highlighting
the Reminder field.
䡲 Select None, 1 minute, 5 minutes, 10 minutes,
15 minutes, 30 minutes, 1 hour, 1 day, or 1 week.
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10. Select a recurrence status for the event by
highlighting the Occurs field.
Select Once, Every [Day], Day [Number] of every
month, or Every [Month Number].
䡲
11. Select a status category for the event by
highlighting the Status field.
Select Busy, Out of Office, Free, or Tentative.
䡲
12. Select a sensitivity for the event by highlighting the
Sensitivity field.
Select Normal, Personal, Private, or Confidential.
䡲
13. From within the Notes field, press the navigation
key right to access the Note dialog and enter an
optional note.
14. Press Done (left softkey) to save the event and
return to the calendar page.
Event Alert Menu
䡲
䡲
When your device is turned on and you have an event
alarm scheduled, your device alerts you and displays
the event summary. There are several ways your device
alerts you to scheduled events:
䢇 By playing the assigned ringer type.
䢇 By illuminating the backlight.
䢇 By flashing the LED.
To silence the alarm and reset the schedule, press
To view additional options, press the appropriate
softkey:
䢇 Dismiss acts to dismiss the event.
䢇 Menu silences the alarm and schedules it to replay
again at a select interval:
䡲 Remind 5 mins before
䡲 Snooze 5 minutes
䡲 Snooze 10 minutes
䡲 Snooze 15 minutes
䡲 Snooze 1 hour
䡲 Snooze 1 day
Dismiss All
View Item
Reviewing Calendar Events
You can quickly access any calendar entries by either
selecting an upcoming event from the Home screen or
by using the thumbwheel to open the Calendar via the
Quick Launcher.
.
Home screen - Upcoming Appointments
Quick
Launcher
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3. Press Menu > Month View.
To go to the Calendar menu for today’s date:
䊳
From the Home screen, use the thumbwheel or
navigation key to scroll down to the Calendar
Events section and press
.
䡲 Calendar Events: displays the next upcoming event
and allows quick access to the Calendar screen.
1. Press Start > Organizer > Calendar > Menu > Go to
Today.
2. Select the event you would like to view and press
. (If you have multiple events scheduled for the
selected day, they will be listed in chronological
order.)
To review all Calendar events:
1. Press and hold the thumbwheel for at least three
seconds to activate the Quick Launcher (displayed
on the right side of the Home screen.)
launch the event viewer.
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In the Agenda view, days with events scheduled are
shown with a triangular icon at the corner.
Deleting an Event
1. Press Start > Organizer > Calendar.
– or –
2. Scroll to the Calendar icon and press
Tip
to
2. Select the event you would like to erase and press
Menu (right softkey) > Delete Appointment.
Note
If the day for which you are deleting events contains a
recurring event, you will see this prompt: “Do you want
to delete all occurrences of the recurring appointment
or only this one?” Select All (left softkey) to delete all
occurrences of the event or One (right softkey) to
delete the event for the selected day only.
Deleting Recurring Events
1. Press Start > Organizer > Calendar.
2. Select the event you would like to delete and press
Menu (right softkey) > Delete Appointment.
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All (left softkey) to delete all instances of the event
or One (right softkey) to delete only this single
instance.
Using Your Device’s Alarm Clock
Your device comes with a built-in alarm clock that has
multiple alarm capabilities.
Setting up a wake-up alarm:
1. Press Start > Organizer > Alarms > Wake-up alarm.
2. Check the box to the left of the Time field by
pressing
. This will allow you to use the
navigation key to scroll right to the Time field.
3. Highlight the Time field (7:00 by default) and then
use the keypad to enter a new time for the
wake-up alarm.
4. Use the
to uncheck any days for which you do
not want to hear the alarm.
䡲 Press Menu (right softkey) to choose from a list of
day options.
Choose from Select every day, Select Mon-Fri, Select
Mon-Sat, Select Sat-Sun, Select Sun-Thu, or Deselect
All.
䡲 Make your selection and press
.
䡲
5. Select a ringer tone for the alarm by selecting the
Tone field and pressing the navigation key left or
right to scroll through the tones. If you pause on a
tone, a sample will play.
6. Select a snooze setting by selecting the Snooze
field and using the navigation key to select Off,
1 min, 3 min, 5 min, 7 min or 10 min.
7. When you have finished setting the alarm, press
Done (left softkey).
Setting a custom alarm:
1. Press Start > Organizer > Alarms.
2. Select Alarm 1 - Alarm 9.
3. Use the keypad to enter an optional label for the
alarm in the Name field.
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3. Read the deletion confirmation screen and press
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4. Turn the alarm on or off by selecting the Alarm
activation field and using the navigation key to
adjust the selection.
䡲 Select On or Off.
5. Select a time for the alarm by selecting the Alarm
time field and using the navigation key to adjust
the selection.
䡲 Using your keypad or navigation key, set the
alarm time notification setting and time.
䡲 Select Manual setting in the Alarm time window to
set an exact time for the alarm, or scroll to set the
alarm to go off from 10 minutes to 2 hours from
the current time.)
7. Select a repeating status for the alarm by selecting
the Repeat field and using the navigation key to
adjust the selection.
䡲 Highlight Every day, Except Sunday, None, or Except
Saturday and Sunday.
8. Select a snooze status for the alarm by selecting
the Snooze field and using the navigation key to
adjust the selection.
䡲 Highlight Off, 1 min, 3 min, 5 min, 7 min or 10 min.
9. When you have finished setting the alarm, press
Done (left softkey).
Using Your Device’s Notepad
6. Select a ringer tone for the alarm by selecting the
Tone field and selecting from an available alert
tone.
䡲 To select a ringer menu, press the navigation key
right or left to make your selection, after which a
sample of the tone will sound.
Your device comes with a notepad that you can use to
compose and store reminders and notes to help keep
you organized.
To compose a note:
1. Press Start > Organizer > Notepad > New (left softkey).
䡲
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When there is more than one note already stored,
press Menu (right softkey) > New note to create a
new note.
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(left softkey). (See “Entering Text” on page 35.)
To read a saved note:
2. Select a note and press
via Email/Message.
3. Select Text Messages and press
.
.
4. Use the keypad to enter the recipient’s phone
To delete saved notes:
1. Press Start > Organizer > Notepad.
2. Select a note and press Menu (right softkey)> Delete
(or Delete all, to delete all saved notes).
To display sorted notes:
number and press Send (left softkey). (For more
information, see “Using SMS Text Messaging” on
page 151.)
To send a note via email:
1. Press Start > Organizer > Notepad.
1. Press Start > Organizer > Notepad > Menu (right
softkey) > Sort.
2. Select a note and press Menu (right softkey) >
Send via Email/Message.
2. Select a sort order (ascending order or descending
.
3. Select a sort key and press
䡲
1. Press Start > Organizer > Notepad.
2. Select a note and press Menu (right softkey) > Send
1. Press Start > Organizer > Notepad.
order) and press
To send a note via text messaging (SMS):
.
By name sorts the notes based on the first few
characters.
By date sorts the notes based on the creation date.
䡲 By size sorts the notes based on file size.
䡲
A working email account must be set up on the
device before you can send an email message.
(For more information, please see the Set Up Your
Email guide included with your device.)
3. Select Outlook E-mail and press Select.
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2. Type your note using the keypad and press Done
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4. Use the keypad to enter the recipient’s contact
6. Use the navigation key in the Occurs field to
information and subject, and then press Send. (For
more information, please see the Set Up Your
Email guide included with your device.)
7. You can set a reminder to let you know of an
Using Tasks
upcoming task:
Select the Reminder field and press
.
䡲 Enter a date the reminder should appear.
䡲
Your device can keep track of your to-do list items
(tasks).
8. Select an optional category for the task: Business,
To create a new task:
Holiday, Personal, or Seasonal. (See “Filtering the
1. Press Start > Organizer > Tasks > Menu (right softkey)
> New Task.
.
again, and
then press Edit (left softkey).
4. Select the Priority field and press the navigation
key to assign a priority to the task (Normal, Low or
High).
5. Assign a Start date and Due date for the task by
selecting the appropriate field and using the
keypad to enter the new dates.
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Task List ” on page 92.)
9. Select an optional sensitivity level for the task:
2. Enter the task using the keypad and press
3. With the task still selected, press
designate how often the task comes up.
Highlight Once, Every [Weekday], Day [Number] of
every month] or Every [Month Day].
䡲
Normal, Personal, Private, or Confidential.
10. Select the Notes field and press
to attach an
optional personalized note to this task. When you
have completed the note text, press Done (left
softkey). (For more information, see “Using Your
Device’s Notepad” on page 88.)
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䢇
addition of the new task to your task list.
All new tasks are saved to the task list. You can
organize your tasks based on priority level, subject,
start date, due date, status, or other related criteria.
Marking a Task as Complete
You can place a check mark beside a task to show that
it has been completed.
1. Press Start > Organizer > Tasks.
2. Select the task from the list and press Complete (left
softkey).
Task Options
To display a task's options, select a task and press
Menu (right softkey). Select an option and press
.
䢇 New Task to create a new task. (See “To create a new
task:” on page 90.)
䢇 Beam Task to send and receive task information
between your device and other Bluetooth-enabled
devices.
䢇 Delete Task to permanently delete the selected task.
䢇
䢇
Sort By to organize how tasks are sorted within the list,
using sort keys such as priority, start date, category,
and sensitivity.
Filter to display only those entries which match a
selected sort key. (See “Filtering the Task List ” on
page 92.)
Options to select other task settings.
● Set reminders for new items automatically creates
an alert when a new task is created.
● Show start and due dates causes the start and
due date for each task to be displayed in the
task list.
Sorting and Filtering Tasks
Sorting the Task List
1. Press Start > Organizer > Tasks > Menu (right softkey)
> Sort By.
2. Select one of the available sort keys from the popup menu and press
to organize the current list.
Status sorts tasks based on their status.
䡲 Priority sorts tasks based on their priority.
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11. Press Done (left softkey) to complete the setup and
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Subject sorts tasks alphabetically based on their
subject title.
䡲 Start Date sorts tasks based on their beginning
date.
䡲 Due Date sorts tasks based on their date due.
䡲
Filtering the Task List
1. Press Start > Organizer > Tasks > Menu (right softkey)
> Filter.
2. Press
or press the navigation key right to open
a pop-up menu.
Note
Each task can be assigned to as many as four
categories.
3. Select a category type and press
to filter the
current list. (If your category does not appear in the
list, select More... to display additional entries.)
䡲 All Tasks displays the complete task list.
䡲 Recent displays only the most recently added
tasks.
䡲 No Categories displays only those tasks that
currently have no category assignment.
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Active Tasks displays only those tasks that are
currently active (not checked off as completed).
䡲 Completed Tasks displays only those tasks that
have been checked off as completed. (See
“Marking a Task as Complete” on page 91.)
䡲
If there are additional categories such as, Business,
Holiday, Personal, or Seasonal, these will also be listed
as filter options.
Editing a Task
1. Press Start > Organizer > Tasks.
2. Select a task and press
.
3. Press Edit (left softkey).
4. Select the information you wish to edit (Subject,
Priority, Status, etc.) and either press
to clear
one character at a time, or use the navigation key
to make changes within the text.
5. Press Done (left softkey) to save your changes.
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3. Select a target Bluetooth device from the list and
press Beam (left softkey). (The recipient’s phone will
then display a confirmation screen where they’ll
have to agree to save the newly sent task to their
own list.)
1. Press Start > Organizer > Tasks.
2. Select a task and press Menu (right softkey) >
Delete Task.
3. Press Yes (left softkey) to delete or No (right softkey)
to cancel.
Beaming a Task via Bluetooth
Your device allows you to send and receive information
wirelessly between up to two Bluetooth-enabled
devices at a time. (For more information, see “Beaming
Files” on page 126.)
Receiving a beamed contact:
When receiving a task sent by another compatible
device, you are prompted to accept the new incoming
information and then store it to your current tasks list.
䊳
Read the confirmation screen and press Done
(right softkey).
Managing Voice Memos
To beam a task:
1. Press Start > Organizer > Tasks.
2. Select a task and press Menu > Beam Task. (The
Use your device’s Voice Notes to record brief memos
to remind you of important events, phone numbers, or
grocery list items.
phone begins to search for compatible devices in
range.)
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Deleting a Task
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Recording Voice Memos
1. Press Start > Organizer > Voice Notes > Record (left
softkey).
2. Begin recording after the prompt.
To end the recording of your memo:
䊳
Press Stop (left softkey).
Note
Memo storage capacity is limited only by the amount
of available memory.
Voice Memo Options
To rename voice memos you have recorded:
4. Press Done (left softkey) to complete the process.
To play the voice memos you have recorded:
1. Press Start > Organizer > Voice Notes.
2. Press
.
– or –
Press Menu (right softkey) > Play.
Erasing Voice Memos
To erase all voice memos:
1. Press Start > Organizer > Voice Notes.
2. Select a voice memo from the list and press Menu
(right softkey) > Delete.
1. Press Start > Organizer > Voice Notes. Voice memo
names start with the prefix “Recording,” followed
by a sequence number for each recording, starting
at 1.
2. Select a voice memo from the list and press Menu
> Rename.
3. Either press
to clear one character at a time,
or use the navigation key to make changes within
the voice memo name.
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Using the Tip Calculator
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > Accessories > Tip
Calculator.
2. Use the keypad to enter the bill amount and tip
percentage. (The correct tip will be calculated
instantly.)
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and enter the number of people in your party.
4. Press Calculate (left softkey) to complete the
process.
Using the Calculator
Your device comes with a built-in calculator.
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > Accessories >
Calculator.
2. Enter numbers using your keypad.
Press
to enter decimal points.
䡲 Press
to change the numeric value from
positive to negative.
䡲 Press Clear (left softkey) to clear all numbers.
䡲
3. Press
for the total.
Using the Smart Converter
Your device comes with a built-in conversion
application.
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > Accessories > Smart
Converter.
2. Select a conversion type and press
䡲
.
Select Currency, Length, Weight, Volume, Area, or
Temperature.
3. Select a unit to convert from and then enter a value
for the unit.
Press
to add a decimal point. Your device can
display up to six digits after an inserted decimal
point.
䡲 For temperature conversions, press
to change
the temperature to either below or above zero.
䡲 Press Clear (left softkey) to delete all numbers.
䡲
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3. If you’re splitting the check, highlight the Split field
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Using the Stopwatch
Your device comes with a built-in stopwatch.
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > Accessories >
Stopwatch.
2. Press Start (right softkey) to turn on the timer.
3. Press Reset (left softkey) to set the timer back to
zero.
4. Press
to exit the application and return to the
Home screen.
Using the World Clock
To view the time in over 50 different locations:
1. Press Start > Organizer > World Clock.
2. Press the left softkey to switch between World map
and World clock views.
3. Highlight Clock 1 or Clock 2 and then press Edit (right
softkey) > Assign to configure the clock.
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4. Select a Country, City, and Time Zone (including
Daylight Savings Time) and press Done (left
softkey).
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Using the microSD Card
⽧
Using Your Device’s microSD Card and Adapter
⽧
microSD Settings
⽧
microSD Folders
⽧
Connecting Your Device to Your Computer
⽧
General Precautions
Using Your Device’s microSD Card
and Adapter
microSD
Section 2H
Using the microSD Card
Your device is capable of supporting an optional
memory storage medium known as a microSD
memory card (TransFlash™ card). This card allows you
to expand your device's memory space to store music,
videos, photographs, and data in your device.
Memory cards with over 2 GB storage capacity will not
work with this device.
Your device lets you use a microSD™ card and an adapter to
expand the available memory space. This highly secure
digital card enables you to exchange images, music,
and voice data between SD-compatible devices.
This section details the features and options of your
device’s microSD functionality.
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Installing the microSD Memory Card
1. Locate the memory slot on the right side of the
device and flip up the microSD plastic cover.
microSD slot
plastic cover
4. With the card now securely installed, replace the
plastic cover over the microSD slot on the device.
Note
Be sure to use only recommended microSD cards
(32MB–2 GB). Using non-recommended microSD
cards could cause data loss and damage your device.
Removing the microSD Memory Card
1. Flip up the microSD plastic cover on the right side
of the device.
2. Firmly push the end of the card further into the
microSD card
2. Make sure the microSD card's gold contacts are
facing up.
3. Carefully insert the microSD card into the opening
and firmly push it in until you hear a click that
indicates the card is securely installed.
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device and release—the card should pop out from
the memory card slot. If this does not work, repeat
this process.
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The microSD card can be easily damaged by
improper operation. Please be careful when inserting,
removing, or handling it.
your microSD card, press Yes (left softkey), or press
No (right softkey) to cancel the operation.
Note
Note
DO NOT remove a microSD card while files are being
accessed or transferred. Doing so will result in loss or
damage of data.
Make sure your battery is fully charged before using
the microSD card. Your data may become damaged
or unusable if the battery runs out while using the
microSD card.
microSD Settings
Formatting the microSD Card
1. With the microSD card inserted, press Start >
Settings > More...> Memory Information.
The formatting procedure erases all the data on the
microSD card, after which the files CANNOT be
retrieved. To prevent the loss of important data, please
check the contents before you format the card.
4. Press OK (left softkey) to return to the Memory
Information screen.
5. Press Done (left softkey) to exit this screen.
Creating Folders in the microSD Card
The built-in camera or camcorder will create a My
Pictures folder on an installed microSD memory card
the first time a picture or video is saved to the memory
card. Also, the camcorder will create a My Videos
subfolder in the My Pictures folder on an installed
microSD card the first time the camcorder stores a
video to the card.
2. Press Menu (right softkey) > Format Storage Card. (A
warning will be displayed.)
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3. If you are sure you wish to remove all the files from
Note
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You can create other folders on the microSD card
using the following steps.
1. Ensure that the microSD card is properly inserted.
2. Press Start > More (left softkey) > File Explorer > Menu
(right softkey) > Storage Card. (This accesses the
microSD card and displays the root directory.)
3. Select Menu (right softkey) > Edit > New Folder.
4. With the default “New Folder” name highlighted,
use the keypad to enter a new name and press
.
Note
When a picture or video is first taken, the device
automatically creates a My Pictures folder. See
“Adjusting Settings” on page 108.
Viewing Memory Space on the microSD
Card
䊳
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With the microSD card inserted, press Start >
Settings > More...> Memory Information. (The total, free,
and used memory space is shown numerically in
addition to a color-coded bar that shows used vs.
free memory space.)
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microSD Folders
Viewing Your microSD Folders
All the files stored in your microSD card are organized
into folders.
䊳
Press Start > More (left softkey) > File Explorer > Menu
(right softkey) > Storage Card.
To change the display mode:
1. Press Menu (right softkey) > View.
2. Select either Icons or List and press
.
䡲
Icons displays all content (folders and files) as
䡲
icons in rows of four.
List displays all files as a list.
To change the sort order:
1. Press Menu (right softkey) > Sort By.
2. Select a sort key (Name, Date, Size, or Type) and
press
.
Launching a File from the microSD Card
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > File Explorer > Menu
(right softkey) > Storage Card.
2. Select a folder and press
to reveal the folder’s
contents.
3. Select a file and press
to launch the file’s
associated application.
Connecting Your Device to
Your Computer
Before using your device’s mass storage capabilities,
you need to prepare your device’s data services to
synchronize with your desktop or laptop computer.
Once the device is connected to the computer, you can
transfer your data to or from the microSD card.
Before you can connect your device to your computer
via USB, you will need to install the ActiveSync
application.
1. With the microSD card inserted, press Start >
Settings > Connections > More... > USB to PC.
microSD
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2. Check the “Enable advanced network
functionality” box by pressing
(left softkey).
and press Done
3. Connect the other end of the cable to your
computer.
4. Plug one end of the included USB cable into your
Power/Accessory Interface connection located on
the side of the device. (Wait for the connection to
be completed. When connected, your computer
will automatically detect your device.)
The device can be configured to communicate with
your computer as an extension of your computer by
using the ActiveSync® utility which is used to
synchronize computer applications with your device.
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A window opens showing a My Windows MobileBased Device icon and additional folders which
comprise your device's My Documents folder. This
folder may contain subfolders for My Pictures, My
Ringtones, Notes, and Templates. These folders
must not be modified or deleted.
䡲 The My Documents directory (Start > More [left
softkey] > File Explorer > Menu [right softkey] > My
Documents) provides access to only those folders
available on the device and not on the microSD
card.
䡲
Correct
+
Incorrect
5. If ActiveSync was previously installed on your
computer, the application will prompt you to
configure the new connection profile. For now,
click Cancel and close the application. Setup and
configuration of ActiveSync is covered in a later
section (page 136).
6. Click the My Computer icon on the Windows
desktop, and double-click Mobile Device (which
may appear as an icon or text, depending on your
View settings).
7. Double-click the My Windows Mobile-Based Device
icon to reveal all the device contents (both storage
card and internal device folders).
䡲 My Documents contains all the built-in device
folders that are part of the My Documents group.
䡲 Program Files contains all currently installed
applications, such as Camera, RSS Reader, and
Windows Media Player®.
䡲 Storage Card contains the microSD card directory
of user-created files and folders.
8. Double-click the Storage Card folder to reveal the
contents of the microSD card.
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The microSD card can be accessed and used just as
easily as any other communicating storage device.
General Precautions
䢇
1. From your Desktop, double-click My Computer >
Mobile Device > My Windows Mobile-Based Device >
Storage Card entry to display the folders and files
available on the internal microSD card.
2. Open a folder and begin the transfer process of
䢇
files for your computer to the internal card’s target
folder.
To remove the connection:
䊳
䢇
When you have finished transferring data, unplug
the USB cable from the device.
䢇
䢇
No driver installation is required for Windows 2000/
ME/XP users. If you use Windows 98 (or 98SE), you
will need to download and install the USB mass
storage driver from the Sprint Web site at
www.sprint.com.
To avoid loss of data, do not remove the USB cable,
the microSD card, or the battery while files are being
accessed or transferred.
Do not use your computer to change or edit folder or
file names on the microSD, and do not attempt to
transfer large amounts of data from the computer to
the microSD card. Doing so may cause the microSD
card to fail.
Do not turn off or restart your computer, or put it into
standby mode while using a mass storage device.
Doing so may result in loss or damage of data.
If you connect a mass storage device to a peripheral
device, the peripheral device may not work properly.
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Transferring data directly to the microSD
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Section 2I
Taking Pictures
Camera
Taking pictures with your device’s built-in camera is as
simple as choosing a subject, pointing the lens, and
pressing a button.
⽧
Taking Pictures
⽧
Adjusting Settings
⽧
Recording Videos
⽧
Working with Pictures and Videos
⽧
Sending Pictures and Videos by Email
⽧
Printing Pictures via Bluetooth
Your device’s built-in camera gives you the ability to take fullcolor digital pictures, view your pictures using the device’s
display, and instantly send them to family and friends. It’s fun,
and it’s as easy to use as a traditional point-and-click
camera.
This section explains the features and options of your
device’s built-in camera.
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Although the side button
can be used for clearing
text, you can also quickly activate the camera or
camcorder by pressing and holding the side button.
To launch the camera or camcorder:
䊳
Press and hold
.
䡲
To return to camera mode to take another picture
and save your current image, press Save (left
softkey).
– or –
Press and hold
Note
.
The camera will open to its last-used function (camera
or camcorder).
To take a picture:
1. Press Menu > Camera to activate camera mode.
(Additional camera options are available through
the camera’s Menu. See “Camera Mode Options”
on page 105. for more information.)
Note
When the Autosave feature is enabled, your pictures
are automatically stored (page 108).
Camera Mode Options
When the device is in camera mode, press Menu (right
softkey) and navigate through the various options:
Space Remaining
Camera Menu Options
1280
960
OFF
AUTO
x
HELP
36M
Camera
Shortcut
To activate camera mode, you can also press
and hold
. (See illustration on page 104.)
Camera
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Storage
Location
Camcorder
2. Using the device’s display screen as a viewfinder,
aim the camera lens at your subject.
3. Press
or the thumbwheel until the shutter
sounds. (The picture will be saved in your selected
storage area. See “General Settings” on page 108.)
View
Display
Menu
Camera
Menu
Capture
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䢇
Camera/Camcorder to toggle between camera and
camcorder.
䢇
䢇
䢇
䢇
䢇
䢇
䢇
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Shooting Mode to select from the following image
capture options:
䡲 Single Shot, Multi Shot, Mosaic Shot, Frame Shot,
or Night Shot. (See “Taking Multiple Shots” on
page 106.)
Size to select a picture’s image size (1280x960,
640x480, or 320x240).
Timer to activate the camera’s timer. (See “Setting the
Self-timer” on page 106.)
White Balance to adjust white balance based on
changing conditions. Select from Auto, Daylight, Cloudy,
Tungsten, or Fluorescent.
Effect to select a variety of color tones for the picture
(No effects [default], Sepia, B/W, or Negative).
Help to view key functions in camera mode.
Settings to adjust General, Camera, and Camcorder
settings. (See “Adjusting Settings” on page 108.)
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Setting the Self-timer
1. From camera mode, press Menu > Timer.
2. Highlight the length of delay you want the timer to
use (2 Sec, 5 Sec, or 10 Sec) and press
.
3. Press
to start the timer. (A numeric countdown
is displayed on the upper left portion of the display
screen.)
4. Get ready for the picture. (The device will make a
chirping sound just before taking the picture.)
To cancel the Self-timer after it has started:
䊳
Press
Note
.
While the self-timer is active, all keys are disabled
except Back, End, and Home.
Taking Multiple Shots
This feature allows you to take a series of continuous
shots. When you take multiple shots, thumbnails of
those images are displayed in the viewfinder. When
multiple shots are selected, the image size is
automatically set to 640 x 480.
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3. Press
or the thumbwheel button to take the
pictures. (The Multi shot option will display 3,6,9, or
12 thumbnail pictures onscreen.)
Shooting mode.
Note
If your device’s memory is full, the Shooting mode
option is still displayed but a picture can not be taken.
2. Select one of the following options and press
Note
When the Autosave feature is enabled, your pictures
are automatically stored (page 108).
.
䡲
Single shot to take a single picture.
Adjusting the Zoom
䡲
Multi shot to take a series of pictures. (This value is
determined by the Multi shot value set in the
This feature allows you to zoom in on an object when
you take a picture. Depending on your resolution
settings, you can adjust the zoom from 1x to 2x.
Settings menu [page 109].)
Mosaic shot to take a series of four pictures
displayed in a 2x2, side-by-side, or top/bottom
pattern.
䡲 Frame shot to take a single picture surrounded by
a fun picture frame (frame [default], rabbit, bean,
Charles, hair, christmas, snow, halloween, birthday, or
heart).
䡲 Night shot to take a picture in low light levels.
䡲
Camera
1. From camera mode, press Menu (right softkey) >
䊳
From camera mode, press the navigation key up or
down to adjust the zoom. A zoom bar is displayed
on the right side of the display screen.
Adjusting the Brightness
䊳
From camera mode, press the navigation key left
or right to adjust the brightness level. (A brightness
level bar is displayed across the bottom of the
display screen.)
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Adjusting Settings
General
Camera
Camcorder
䢇
䢇
Normal View displays a common set of icon
䡲
No Indicators displays only
and the softkey
options (View and Menu) along the bottom portion
indicators along the top portion of the screen
There are three categories of settings that can be made
within camera/camcorder mode:
䢇
䡲
of the screen.
䡲
General Settings
These are options that apply to both the camera and
camcorder such as Viewfinder, Auto save, Default
Storage, and Time Out.
1. Press Start > Camera > Menu (right softkey).
2. Use the navigation key to select the Settings icon
(
) and press
.
3. Select General and press
.
Setting the viewfinder format:
1. From the General menu, select Viewfinder and use
the navigation key to select from one of the
available options:
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Guideline view displays a 3x3 grid over the entire
display to help you compose the image. This view
also provides the standard icon indicators along
the top portion of the screen.
2. Press Done (left softkey) to store the setting.
Enabling autosave:
1. From the General menu, select Auto save and use
the navigation key to select a setting:
On automatically stores the new picture or video into
the default storage location. This option bypasses the
Save option being presented onscreen.
䡲 Off causes an onscreen Save option to appear
onscreen. This requires that you choose whether
to save or discard each new image/video.
䡲
2. Press Done (left softkey) to store the setting.
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1. From the General menu, select Default Storage and
use the navigation key to select a setting:
䡲 My device stores new pictures or videos into the
My Pictures folder on the device.
䡲 Storage card stores new pictures or videos into the
My Pictures folder on the memory card.
2. Press Done (left softkey) to store the setting.
Setting a time out value:
1. From the General menu, select Time Out and use
the navigation key to select an inactivity timeout
setting (After 1 minute, After 2 minutes, After 3 minutes,
or Never.)
2. Press Done (left softkey) to store the setting.
Camera Settings
These options affect camera operation only.
1. Press Start > Camera > Menu (right softkey).
2. Use the navigation key to select the Settings icon
(
) and press
.
3. Select Camera and press
.
4. Select and change settings using your navigation
key.
䡲
Camera
Setting a default storage location:
Quality to select the picture quality setting (Fine,
Normal, or Economy).
Multi Shot to select the number of simultaneous
pictures taken during a multishot sequence
(6, 9, 12 or 3).
䡲 Speed to select how quickly the camera responds
after
is pressed (Normal, Low, or High).
䡲 Mosaic Shot to select the number and orientation
of the pictures taken for a mosaic shot (2x2, 2Horz
or 2Vert).
䡲 Sound to set sound options for camera functions.
● Shutter to select a shutter sound (Shutter1,
Shutter2, Crystal, Dingdong, Great or Off).
● Zoom determines whether a sound is played
when zooming (On or Off).
● Brightness determines whether a sound is
played when the brightness is adjusted (On or
Off).
䡲
5. Press Done (left softkey) to store these settings.
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Recording Videos
Camcorder Settings
These settings affect camcorder operation only.
1. Press Start > Camera > Menu (right softkey).
2. Use the navigation key to select the Settings icon
(
) and press
.
3. Select Camcorder and press
1. Press Start > Camera > Menu > Camcorder to activate
.
4. Select and change settings using your navigation
key.
䡲
In addition to taking pictures, you can also record, view,
and send videos to your friends and family with your
device’s built-in video camera.
Sound to set sound options for camcorder
functions.
● Start determines whether a sound is played
when the camcorder begins recording (On or
Off).
● End determines whether a sound is played
when the camcorder stops recording (On or
Off).
5. Press Done (left softkey) to store these settings.
video mode.
– or –
> Menu > Camcorder. (Additional
Press and hold
video options are available through the video
mode Menu. See “Video Mode Options” on
page 111 for more information.)
2. Using the device's display screen as a viewfinder,
aim the camera lens at your subject.
3. Press
䡲
or the thumbwheel to begin recording.
Press Cancel (right softkey) to reset the camcorder
without saving.
4. Press
or the thumbwheel to stop recording.
5. Press Save (left softkey) to save the video to the
default storage location. (See “General Settings” on
page 108.)
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Video Mode Options
䢇
Size to select a video’s image size (320x240 or
176x144).
When the device is in camcorder mode, press Menu
(left softkey) and navigate through the various options:
䢇
Timer to activate the camcorder’s timer. (See “Setting
䢇
White Balance to adjust white balance based on
changing conditions. Select from Auto, Daylight, Cloudy,
Tungsten, or Fluorescent.
䢇
Audio to toggle the microphone On or Off during
recording.
Effect to select a variety of color tones for the video
(No effects [default], Sepia, B/W, or Negative).
Help to view key functions in camcorder mode.
Settings to adjust General, Camera, and Camcorder
settings. (See “Adjusting Settings” on page 108.)
Camcorder Menu Options
320
240
OFF
AUTO
x
Space Remaining
HELP
36M
Camera
Storage
Location
Camcorder
the Self-timer” on page 106.)
䢇
䢇
䢇
View
Display
Image
䢇
Menu
Camcorder
Menu
Camera
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Selecting Video Settings
䢇
See “Camcorder Settings” on page 110.
Shoot Video
Camera/Camcorder to toggle between Camera and
Camcorder. (For more details see “Recording
Videos” on page 110.)
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Working with Pictures and Videos
Device Picture and Video Folders
To review your pictures and videos saved on the device:
Depending on the default storage location, your
pictures and videos are stored in the My Pictures folder
either on the device or on the memory card.
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > More (left softkey) >
The number of pictures and videos that can be stored
in your device is not only determined by the fixed
amount of available onboard memory, but also by the
size of other files stored on your device such as
Contacts, Voice Notes, and Calendar entries.
2. Use your navigation key to view and scroll through
Note
Deleting pictures will free up memory space on your
device to enable you to take more pictures.
The number of pictures and videos stored on the
microSD card is much more variable because of
differences in memory card sizes.
Pictures & Videos. (This navigates to the My Pictures
folder on the device. From there you can access
videos by opening the My Videos subfolder.)
the pictures.
To launch the camera, highlight the camera icon
and press
.
䡲
3. Select a picture or video and press
to view the
file.
– or –
1. Press Start > File Explorer > My Documents > My
Pictures.
2. Use your navigation key to view and scroll through
the available pictures or videos (within the My
Videos subfolder).
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microSD Picture and Video Folders
4. Select a picture or video and press
You can save pictures and videos directly to the
microSD card using your device’s pictures and videos
settings. The maximum number of pictures or videos
that can be saved to the microSD card is limited only
by the memory size of the card.
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > File Explorer > Menu
to view the
To review your pictures and saved to the storage card:
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > More (left softkey) >
– or –
> Storage Card > My Pictures.
2. Use your navigation key to view and scroll through
the available pictures or videos (within the My
Videos subfolder).
Pictures & Videos > Menu (left softkey) > Folders >
Storage Card. (This navigates to the My Pictures
My Pictures Folder Options
folder on the microSD on the device. From there
you can access videos by opening the My Videos
subfolder.)
Whether a picture file is stored in either the device or
on the storage card, the My Pictures folder provides
some general folder options.
2. Select the My Pictures folder and press
.
3. Use your navigation key to view and scroll through
the pictures.
To launch the camera, highlight the camera icon
and press
.
䡲
Camera
file.
1. Navigate to the My Pictures folder in either the
device or storage card.
2. Highlight an image, press Menu (right softkey) for
more options:
Send to send the image or video in a message.
(See page 116 for details.)
䡲 Beam... to send the image or video directly to
another Bluetooth-compatible device.
䡲
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䡲
Edit to display the following:
●
Cut to remove the file from the current location,
and temporarily store it in the phone’s
memory.
● Copy to make a copy of the current file and
temporarily store it in the phone’s memory.
● Paste to transpose the previously selected file
(via either cut or copy) file to the current folder.
● Delete to erase the currently selected file.
● Rename to change the name of the currently
highlighted file.
● New Folder to create a new subfolder in the
current location.
䡲 Properties to provide Name, Location, File Type,
File Size, and Date Created information.
䡲 View to display the current files as either a List or
as a series of Icons.
䡲 Sort By to sort the entries by Name, Date, Size, or
Type.
䡲 My Device to display all folders on your device
(including those on the storage card).
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䡲
My Documents to display the My Documents folder
stored in the device.
WARNING
Do not modify or delete any folders other than
the storage card or the My Documents folders,
as this could affect the device and its
applications.
Picture and Video File Options
When you are viewing a picture or playing a video file
from either the device or the storage card, press Menu
(right softkey) to display the following options:
䢇 Zoom to change the level of detail in the picture
displayed on the screen. Select from either: Zoom In,
Zoom Out, Fit to Screen, or Actual Size.
䢇 Play Slide Show to view a sequence of pictures from
the selected folder (only available when two or more
pictures are saved to the folder).
䡲 To exit the Slideshow, press
or
.
䡲 To rotate an image, press the navigation key up or
down.
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䢇
䢇
Use as Home Screen to set the current image as the
background for the Home screen.
Beam picture... to choose from a list of compatible
devices and then send the image via Bluetooth to a
selected device. (See “Beaming Files” on page 126.)
Edit to display the following options:
䡲 Rotate to rotate the picture 90 degrees clockwise.
䡲 Crop to cut out unwanted parts of the picture
using your navigation key to reframe the visible
image.
䡲 Auto Correct to correct the image for brightness,
contrast, and color.
䡲 Undo to undo the last action.
䡲 Cancel to cancel the edit process.
䡲 Save As to save a picture to the same location
under a different name using the keypad and
.
䢇
Save to save the picture using either:
䡲
䢇
䢇
Save to Contact... to assign the current picture as the
Caller ID for a selected Contacts entry. Select an
entry and press
.
䡲 Save As... to save the picture under a different
name (see above).
Properties to display a picture's name, location, file
type, file size, date created, and protection status.
Options to access other image options:
䡲 General to set the dimensions for images to be
emailed (Large [640x480], Medium [320x240],
Small [160x120], or Original size) and to rotate left
90 degrees or right 90 degrees when rotating a
picture.
䡲 Slideshow to set the default orientation (landscape
or portrait) for pictures in slideshows; and to
enable the slideshow to run as a screensaver on
a connected computer after a two-minute idle
period.
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䢇
Print via Bluetooth to send the selected picture to a
Bluetooth-compatible printer. See “Printing Pictures
via Bluetooth” on page 117.
䡲 Use your navigation key to specify the following
settings for the printed image: Layout, Media Size,
MediaType, Quality, Orientation, Sides, Copies,
and NumberUp.
䡲 Press Print to send the file to the printer.
Sending Pictures and Videos
by Email
To send pictures or videos to email
recipients:
1. Highlight a picture or video by following the steps
listed in either “Working with Pictures and Videos”
on page 112 or “microSD Picture and Video
Folders” on page 113 (depending on the storage
location of the picture or video you wish to send).
2. Press Menu (right softkey) > Send.
3. Highlight an email account and press Select (left
softkey).
4. Enter the recipient's email address in the To: field
Once you have taken a picture or a video, you can use
the messaging capabilities of your device to instantly
share it with family and friends as an email attachment.
You will need to set up an email account before you
can send pictures or videos. (For more information,
please see the Set Up Your Email guide included with
your device.)
using the keypad. (See “Entering Text” on
page 35.)
5. Enter a message title in the Subject: field using the
keypad.
6. Press the navigation key down to the message
area below the Attachment field and enter a
message, if desired.
7. To insert an additional picture or video, press Menu
(right softkey) > Insert > Picture.
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8. Highlight a picture (or navigate to a video) and
.
detected devices and press Next (left softkey).
9. Press Send (left softkey) to send the message.
Printing Pictures via Bluetooth
Your device can send pictures to a Bluetoothcompatible printer, allowing you to print pictures stored
on your device without the need for connecting cables
or additional software.
Note
Make sure your battery is fully charged before using
this feature and that your printer is turned on and
functioning properly.
5. Use the keypad to enter a passcode and press
Next (left softkey). (An onscreen message will tell
you if the connection was made successfully. If the
connection failed, please confirm the device is
functioning correctly and repeat steps 3 and 4.)
6. Press OK (left softkey).
7. Use the keypad and
to enter a display name
for the printer and press Next (left softkey).
8. From the Services screen, check the Printer box by
highlighting the option and pressing
.
9. Press Done (left softkey) twice to return to the
Connections screen.
To set up your device for Bluetooth printing:
1. Confirm that Bluetooth has been enabled on your
device. (See “Turning Bluetooth On and Off” on
page 119.)
2. Press Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth.
3. Select Add new device... and press
4. Select a Bluetooth-enabled printer from the list of
Camera
press
.
To print pictures directly from your device:
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > More (left softkey) >
Pictures & Videos. (This displays pictures and videos
stored on the device.)
– or –
Press Start > More (left softkey) > File Explorer > Menu
(right softkey) > Storage Card > My Pictures.
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2. Highlight an image and press Menu (right softkey)
䡲
Sides: To choose from either Single-Sided or
Double-Sided.
䡲
Copies: To specify the number of copies to print at
䡲
NumberUp: To print a page number on each print.
> Print via Bluetooth.
䡲
If the picture has already been selected and
opened, press Menu (right softkey) > Print via
Bluetooth.
one time.
3. From the list of available BPP-configured devices,
highlight a printer and press
.
4. Specify printer settings:
Note
You may need to provide a passkey to continue
printing.
5. When you have finished selecting the printer
Note
On some printers, the image may be printed using the
printer’s default printing setup without the need to
make any settings on your device.
䡲
Layout: To print one large print or two, four, or nine
䡲
Media Size: To set the print size (4x6, 5x7, 8x10,
smaller prints per sheet.
letter, etc.). Print sizes may vary according to the
type of printer you have.
䡲 Media Type: To set the paper type.
䡲 Quality: To set the print quality.
䡲 Orientation: To set the orientation of the printed
page (Portrait or Landscape).
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wireless devices. The Bluetooth communication range
is usually up to approximately 30 feet.
Bluetooth
This section details how to set up and make the most
of your device’s Bluetooth capabilities.
Turning Bluetooth On and Off
⽧
Turning Bluetooth On and Off
⽧
Using the Bluetooth Settings Menu
⽧
Bluetooth Profiles
⽧
Bluetooth Information Settings
⽧
Pairing Bluetooth Devices
⽧
Using Hands-Free Devices
By default, your device’s
Bluetooth feature is turned
off. Turning your Bluetooth
on makes your device
discoverable (connectable).
⽧
Bluetooth OBEX FTP
To turn Bluetooth on:
⽧
Using a Bluetooth Virtual Serial Port
⽧
Beaming Files
Bluetooth
Section 2J
1. Press the Power button
to launch the Quick List
screen.
Your device features built-in Bluetooth technology, allowing you
to share information more easily than ever before. Bluetooth is
a short-range communications technology that allows
you to connect wirelessly to a number of Bluetooth
devices, such as headsets and hands-free car kits, and
Bluetooth-enabled handhelds, PCs, printers, and
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Bluetooth Status Indicators
Note
On the Wireless Manager screen, select and activate
the All field to toggle the Bluetooth and your wireless
connection on and off.
2. Select Wireless Manager and press
.
3. Highlight the Bluetooth field and press
to
enable Bluetooth.
䡲 When Bluetooth is inactive, the Bluetooth field
displays the
icon.
X
䡲 When Bluetooth is active, the
icon is
displayed on both this field and on the screen.
4. Press Done (left softkey) to exit and return to the
Start screen.
To turn Bluetooth off:
1. Press the Power button, select Wireless Manager,
and press
.
2. Highlight the Bluetooth field and press
to
disable Bluetooth.
3. Press Done (left softkey) to exit and return to the
Start screen
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The following icons show your Bluetooth connection
status at a glance:
䢇
– Bluetooth is active.
䢇
– Bluetooth is disabled (default status).
X
Using the Bluetooth Settings Menu
The Bluetooth Settings menu allows you to set up many
of the characteristics of your device’s Bluetooth service,
including:
䢇 Entering or changing the name your device uses for
Bluetooth communication
䢇 Setting your device’s visibility (or “discoverability”) for
other Bluetooth devices
䢇 Displaying your device’s Bluetooth address.
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1. Press the Power button, select Wireless Manager and
press
.
2. Highlight the Bluetooth field and press Menu (right
softkey) > Bluetooth Settings.
Note
Another way to navigate to the Bluetooth Settings
screen is Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth.
3. Press Menu (right softkey) to set your Bluetooth
options.
䡲 Select Turn Off Bluetooth to disable Bluetooth. If
Bluetooth is already turned off, this option will be
Turn On Bluetooth.
䡲 Select Turn On Visibility to make your device visible
to other Bluetooth-enabled devices. If visibility is
already turned on, this option will be Turn Off
Visibility.
䡲 Select COM Ports to set up a COM port (after
pairing with a device) by pressing Menu (right
softkey) > New Outgoing Port.
About Discoverability (Visibility)
Making your device discoverable (visible) allows other
devices to detect it when they search for in-range
Bluetooth-compatible devices. Your device must be
turned on and the built-in Bluetooth radio must also be
turned on and discoverable. To turn on your device's
visibility, see step 3 in “To access the Bluetooth
Settings screen:” on page 121.
Bluetooth
To access the Bluetooth Settings screen:
Bluetooth Profiles
All of the Bluetooth settings you configure are stored in
your device’s Bluetooth user profile. You can use
different profiles for specific Bluetooth functions.
䢇 HSP: Headset Profile – This profile functions as a
wireless ear jack. When an incoming call is received,
the ringer can be heard through the headset instead
of through the device. The call can then be received
by pushing a button. While using the device, you can
use the headset instead of the device by pushing a
button on the headset, the same as inserting a jack
into the device. Increase or decrease the volume by
using the volume key on the side of the device.
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䢇
HFP: Hands-Free Profile – This profile functions as a
wireless car kit. Incoming calls ring to the hands-free
headset or device. Calls can be received by pressing
a button on the headset or device. For dialing, four
functions are supported: recent call dial, voice dial,
speed dial, and number dial. Increase or decrease
the volume by using the volume key on the side of
the handset.
Note
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䢇
䢇
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䢇
䢇
This feature may not be initially available.
PAN: Personal Area Network Profile – This profile
functions as a wireless data cable, connecting a
computer or PDA to a network through your handset.
OPP: ObjectPush Profile – This profile uses the Generic
Object Exchange profile services to send data
objects between devices and can be used to
exchange objects like music files, pictures, and
calendar (vCal) and business cards (vCard).
FTP: File Transfer Profile – This profile allows you to
transfer files to or from other Bluetooth-enabled
devices.
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䢇
BPP: Basic Printing Profile – This profile enables simpler
printing from your device to a Bluetooth-enabled
printer.
A2DP: Advanced Audio Distribution Profile – This profile
allows you to transmit high quality stereo music from
your device to other compatible accessories
including Bluetooth stereo headsets.
AVRCP: Audio/Video Remote Control Profile – This profile
enables your device to remotely control compatible
accessories including Bluetooth stereo headsets.
You can play, pause, stop, forward, backward from a
headset. (Playback functions may vary among
Bluetooth accessories.)
PBAP: Phone Book Access Profile – This profile enables
exchange of Contacts information between devices.
It is likely to be used between a car kit and a mobile
device to allow the car kit to display the name of the
incoming caller.
HID: Human Interface Device Profile - This profile
enables your device to remotely control compatible
accessories including Bluetooth Human Interface
Devices (such as a mouse, keyboard, etc).
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䢇
䢇
ActiveSync: To use ActiveSync® via Bluetooth wireless
technology, you need to configure the settings for
both your computer and your device. For more
information, refer to “Synchronizing with ActiveSync”
on page 136.
OBEX: Object Exchange Protocol - This profile
provides an efficient, compact binary protocol that
enables a wide range of devices to exchange data
spontaneously in a simple, efficient manner.
SPP: Serial Port Profile - This profile emulates a serial
cable to provide a wireless replacement for existing
RS-232 based serial communications applications.
Assigning a Bluetooth Name to your Device:
By default, your device is given the Bluetooth name
“SPH-I325”. You may wish to assign a unique name to
avoid confusion if there are other similar devices within
the Bluetooth coverage range.
Bluetooth
䢇
1. Press Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth Profiles
> My Information Setting.
2. Select the Device Name field.
3. Press and hold
to delete the default “SPH-I325”
name.
4. Use the keypad to enter a new descriptive name.
Bluetooth Information Settings
Your device’s My Information Setting menu allows you to
configure and review many of your device’s Bluetooth
settings, including:
䢇 Entering or changing the name your device uses for
Bluetooth communication.
䢇 Displaying your device’s Bluetooth address.
(This is the name which will appear to other users
when your Bluetooth visibility is turned on.)
5. Press Done (left softkey) to return to the Bluetooth
Profiles screen.
To view your Bluetooth device address:
1. Press Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth Profiles
> My Information Setting.
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2. Use either the thumbwheel or navigation key to
scroll down the My Information Manager page to
review the Device Address Bluetooth uses for your
device.
Pairing Bluetooth Devices
Pairing Devices
The Bluetooth pairing process (bonding) allows you to
establish trusted connections between your device and
another Bluetooth device. When devices are paired, a
passcode is shared between devices, allowing for fast,
secure connections while bypassing the discovery and
authentication process.
3. Select Add new device.. and press
. (Your device
will display a list of discovered in-range Bluetooth
devices.)
Bluetooth-capable computer
Bluetooth-capable printer
Bluetooth headset
Bluetooth-capable phone
4. Select a device and press Next (left softkey).
5. Use the keypad to enter a passcode and press
Note
When pairing your device to other Bluetooth devices,
ensure that your device is not connected to your
computer via a USB cable.
To pair your phone with another Bluetooth device:
1. Confirm that Bluetooth is enabled. (See “Turning
Bluetooth On and Off” on page 119.)
2. Press Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth.
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Next (left softkey). (An onscreen message will tell
you if the connection was made successfully. If the
connection failed, please confirm the device is
functioning correctly and repeat steps 3 and 4.)
6. Use the keypad and
to enter a display name
for the Bluetooth device and press Next (left
softkey).
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by highlighting the option and pressing
.
䡲 If you are connecting to a Bluetooth-capable
printer, you must check the Printer box on the
Services page.
Note
Due to different specifications and features of other
Bluetooth-compatible devices, display and operations
may be different, and functions such as transfer or
exchange may not be possible with all Bluetoothcompatible devices.
Waiting for Pairing from an External Device
If you are going to be using a Personal Area Network
(PAN) profile to pair with a computer or PDA, you will
need to allow the other device to initiate pairing with
your phone.
To allow your phone to be paired with another Bluetooth
device:
1. Make sure your Bluetooth feature is active and
your device is visible. See “Using the Bluetooth
Settings Menu” on page 120.
2. From the Confirm screen, press Yes (left softkey) to
accept the connection from the external Bluetooth
device.
3. Enter the passkey (the same one used by the
initiating device) in the passcode field and press
Next (left softkey).
Note
Bluetooth
7. From the Services page, check the Hands Free box
Although your device can connect to any Bluetoothcompatible device, only two connections can be
made at a time. If an incoming pairing request is
rejected, you might need to disable pairing with
another device.
To inactivate Bluetooth devices in your list:
1. Press the Power button, select Wireless Manager and
press
.
2. Highlight the Bluetooth field and press Menu (right
softkey) > Bluetooth Settings.
3. Highlight an entry from the list, press
and press
Next (left softkey).
4. Uncheck boxes for Services options by
highlighting an option and pressing
.
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5. Press Done (left softkey) to return to the Bluetooth
Devices list.
Delete.
To configure the settings of Bluetooth devices in your list:
1. Press the Power button, select Wireless Manager and
press
.
2. Highlight the Bluetooth field and press Menu (right
softkey) > Bluetooth Settings.
3. Highlight a device and press Menu (right softkey) >
Edit.
4. Use the keypad and
to change the device
name and press Next (left softkey).
5. Highlight an option and then press
to check or
uncheck the box for the option.
6. Press Done (left softkey).
To delete a Bluetooth device from your list:
1. Press the Power button, select Wireless Manager and
press
.
2. Highlight the Bluetooth field and press Menu (right
softkey) > Bluetooth Settings.
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3. Highlight a device and press Menu (right softkey) >
4. From the Confirm screen, press Yes (left softkey) to
delete the device or press No (right softkey) to
cancel.
Beaming Files
Using an active Bluetooth connection, you can beam
any data file (Contacts, pictures, video, text, etc.) directly
to another Bluetooth device. Both devices must be
active ( ), with visibility turned on, and the recipient
must accept the incoming data.
When you send data to another user, it is up to the
recipient to either accept the incoming data or reject
the connection. If you are sending a picture to a
Bluetooth-compatible printer, you may need the
passcode to establish a connection.
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1. Press Start > Contacts.
2. Select an entry and press Menu (right softkey) >
Send Contact > Beam. (Your device will search for
and list all discovered Bluetooth devices.)
Note
Each device that appears in the above search will
initially appear as "Unknown device." After a short time
the correct display names will appear.
3. Highlight a device and press Beam (left softkey) to
send the name card to this recipient. (The
recipient’s device will display an onscreen
message asking whether they would like to receive
and save your Contact entry to their list.)
Beaming a Multimedia File
1. Press Start (left softkey) > More (left softkey) >
More (left softkey) > Pictures & Videos. (This displays
pictures and videos stored on the device.)
– or –
2. Highlight an image and press Menu (right softkey)
> Beam.... (Your device will search for and list all
discovered Bluetooth devices.)
3. From the list of devices, highlight a device and
press Beam. (The recipient’s device will display an
onscreen message asking whether they would like
to receive and save your picture or video to their
device.)
Bluetooth
Beaming Contacts via Bluetooth
Printing Pictures via a Bluetooth Printer
There are two ways you can print pictures via
Bluetooth:
䢇 Using the Print via Bluetooth option. See “Printing
Pictures via Bluetooth” on page 117.
䢇 Using the Beam option (see below).
To print pictures via direct Beaming:
1. Follow steps 1 and 2 in “Beaming a Multimedia
File.”
2. From the list of devices, highlight a printing device,
press Beam, and press
.
Press Start > More (left softkey) > File Explorer > Menu
(right softkey) > Storage Card.
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Note
Each device that appears in the above search will
initially appear as “Unknown device.” After a short time
the correct display names will appear.
Note
For specific information about the features available
with your hands-free device, please refer to the user
manual provided with your device.
Using Hands-Free Devices
Bluetooth OBEX FTP
Your device allows pairing with hands-free devices.
Although the pairing process is similar to that of most
other Bluetooth devices, the Hands-Free option must
be enabled within the Services menu to take
advantage of this feature. (See “Pairing Bluetooth
Devices” on page 124.)
Your device can fully utilize the OBEX FTP (object
exchange file transfer protocol) application provided to
exchange data with other devices using Bluetooth
technology as the transport layer. To use your device as
a Bluetooth OBEX FTP server, ensure that your device's
visibility is turned on so that the OBEX FTP client can
both search for and then automatically establish an
OBEX FTP connection.
Some or all of the features below are available when
using a Bluetooth hands-free device.
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Voice recognition using the Voice Commands application
Last number redial
Call holding and call switching
Ending a call
Switching to a private call
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Bluetooth OBEX FTP Server Setting
If the OBEX FTP client attempts an OBEX FTP
connection with your device, Bluetooth pairing is
usually required. The default shared folder of the OBEX
FTP server is “\My Documents”.
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When a client device attempts to upload files to or
download files from your device’s OBEX FTP server, a
dialog box opens asking, “Someone is trying to get
your files. Do you accept the request?” or “A new file
has arrived. Do you accept the incoming file?”.
Assigning a Bluetooth Virtual Serial Port
1. Pair your phone with the target Bluetooth device.
(See “Pairing Bluetooth Devices” on page 124.)
If the device supports SPP, an onscreen message
appears asking “(Device) support synchronizing using
䡲
Bluetooth. Would you like to designate it as an ActiveSync
partner? ”
(The message that is displayed depends on whether a
download or upload is requested.) In either case, press
Yes (left softkey) to confirm you want to allow an upload
to or download from your server.
2. From the Bluetooth Devices page, press Menu (right
Using a Bluetooth Virtual Serial Port
3. Select a device from the list and press Select (left
Many Bluetooth devices such as GPS devices, support
the Bluetooth serial port profile (SPP). You can use your
device’s virtual Bluetooth serial port to make a
Bluetooth serial connection with such devices.
Bluetooth
Exchanging Files via an OBEX FTP Server
softkey) > COM Ports > Menu (right softkey) >
New Outgoing Port.
softkey).
4. Select a COM port for the connection and press
Done (left softkey).
The port you selected above can now be used by other
applications available on your device. For example, you
can use this new port to communicate with a thirdparty Bluetooth GPS application.
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Section 2K
Launching Internet Explorer
Mobile Applications
Your device comes with a version of Microsoft Internet
Explorer with many of the same features as the browser
you use on your computer.
⽧
Launching Internet Explorer
⽧
Using Live Search
⽧
Using the RSS Reader
⽧
Using Internet Sharing
There are almost no limits to the ways in which you can use your
device’s built-in applications to surf the Web and to find files and
information. This section outlines Mobile applications
such as: Internet Explorer®, Live Search®, and the RSS
Reader.
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䊳
Press Start > Internet > Internet Explorer.
Navigating to a specific Web address:
1. Press Menu (right softkey) > Address Bar.
2. Press and hold
to delete the default Web
address.
3. Enter a new address beginning with www. and
press Go.
A list of recently visited Web sites may appear
below the address bar in the event you would like
to navigate to one of those Web sites without
having to retype the address.
䡲
Adding a Web page to your Favorites list:
When you find a Web page that you would like to
revisit, it can be saved as a Favorite link.
1. Press Menu (right softkey) > Address Bar.
2. Press and hold
to delete the current Web
address.
3. Enter a new address beginning with www. and
press Go.
4. When the page has fully loaded, press Menu
(right softkey) > Add to Favorites.
To alter the default entry name, press and hold
to delete the current name and then use the
keypad to enter a new name.
䡲
5. Press Add (left softkey).
Browser Display Options:
You can change the way Web pages are displayed on
your screen. You can adjust text size, appearance, and
the speed that pages are loaded (by blocking pictures).
2. Select Text Size to adjust the default text size used
by the browser to display onscreen content.
Choose from Largest, Larger, Medium (default),
Smaller, or Smallest.
䡲
3. Select the format and orientation for pages
displayed on your screen. Choose from:
One Column to display a page in a single-column
format.
䡲 Fit To Screen to force the page to fit your available
screen size.
䡲 Desktop to retain the page's original format. (You
may need to scroll vertically or horizontally to view
the entire page.)
䡲 Full Screen to turn off menu and icon display to
view the page using your whole screen.
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4. The Show Pictures option can be deselected to
increase the speed at which Web pages are
loaded onto your screen.
䡲 Highlight Show Pictures and press
to uncheck
this option if it is enabled.
1. Press Menu (right softkey) > View.
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Using Live Search
Your device comes with a built-in Web search engine
called Live Search. This visual search engine provides
ready access to a variety of topics, searches, and
maps.
Using Live Search from the Start Menu
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > More (left softkey) >
Live Search.
2. Read the service agreement and press Accept
(left softkey).
3. Enter a text string to search. See “Entering Text” on
page 35.
4. Once you’ve entered keywords press
to launch
the Live Search engine and view your results.
5. Use your navigation key and keypad to begin your
searches:
䡲
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<Business or Category> to enter a term, keyword, or
business name as your search key.
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䡲
<City, State> to scroll through a list of available
cities to further refine a search.
● Highlight Choose a new location and press
to select a location that is not currently listed.
● Use the thumbwheel to scroll through the
alphabetical list of cities and select a location
that is not currently listed. You can choose a
specified city, from a map, or from Contacts.
– or –
Choose from one of the following search presets
(select the corresponding icon onscreen):
䡲 Categories to narrow your search by starting with a
main category and then refining your search.
● Select a category and then press the
navigation key right to expand a given
category, or down to scroll through a list of
categories. When you find the category you
want, press
.
Note
These searches are based on the location currently
selected from the main Live Search screen.
䡲
Map displays a map of the currently selected city.
Press Menu (right softkey) to access options
such as Zoom Out, Zoom In, and View (Road,
Aerial, Full Screen, and Traffic).
䡲 Directions allows you to enter a start and end point
for the current city to get driving directions.
● Enter starting and ending locations and press
Route (left softkey) to begin receiving the
directions.
䡲 Traffic provides a dynamic view of traffic
conditions that is updated every two minutes for
the currently selected city.
● Press Menu (right softkey) to access options
such as Zoom Out, Zoom In, and View (Road,
Aerial, Full Screen, and Traffic).
䡲 Movies displays a listing of showtimes and
locations for movies showing within the selected
area.
● Use your navigation key to select either the
Movies tab or the Theaters tab.
● Scroll to a movie or theater and press
to
get more information.
Using the RSS Reader
●
An RSS ("Really Simple Syndication") reader is a
software application that resides on your device and
obtains syndicated Web content such as news
headlines, and blogs from different locations and
displays them to you in an easy-to-view stream on your
display screen.
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1. Press Start > Internet > RSS Reader.
2. Press Menu (right softkey) > Update all. (This updates
the RSS feeds to all current categories.)
3. Press Done (left softkey) when updating has ended
to return to the RSS Reader - Feeds screen. (Each
RSS entry is listed with the number of feeds
currently available for that entry.)
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Creating a New Folder
Moving a Feed to Another Folder
1. Press Menu (right softkey) > Edit > New folder.
1. Within a category folder, select a feed.
2. Enter a name for the new RSS folder and press OK
2. Press Menu (right softkey) > Edit > Move. (The
(left softkey).
Adding a New Feed
1. Press Menu (right softkey) > Edit > New feed.
2. Enter the RSS URL for the feed, assign a folder
location for the newly created feed, and press OK
(left softkey).
Deleting a Current Feed
1. Within a category, select a feed.
2. Press Menu (right softkey)> Edit > Delete.
3. Read the confirmation screen and press Yes (left
softkey) to delete the selected feed or No (right
softkey) to cancel the operation.
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selected field should now be highlighted.)
3. Move the navigation key up or down to relocate the
feed to a new folder and press Done (left softkey).
Searching for Feeds
1. Select a category folder.
2. Press Menu (right softkey) > Feed search.
3. Enter a keyword to search.
4. Press Search (left softkey) to start. (Multiple search
engines will search on your keyword and return
any searches that match your criteria.)
5. Select a search result from the list and press Add
(left softkey) to insert it into the currently selected
folder.
Using Internet Sharing
Internet Sharing lets you use your device as a modem
to connect your computer to the Internet from
anywhere on the Sprint National Network. This feature
works by using either a direct USB or wireless
Bluetooth connection to your computer.
3. Press Connect (left softkey) to establish an Internet
connection.
Confirm the connection by launching your
computer’s Web browser and going to a Web
address that you know is valid (for example,
www.yahoo.com, www.google.com, or www.msn.com).
䡲
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Internet Sharing requires a Phone As Modem service
plan. Please contact Sprint Customer Service to add
this plan to your account before using this feature.
䢇 See “Connecting with Your Computer” on page 140.
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > More (left softkey) >
Internet Sharing.
2. Use either the navigation key or thumbwheel to
scroll to the PC Connection field and then select
either USB or Bluetooth PAN.
䡲 The Network Connection field cannot be altered
and should read Phone as Modem.
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Section 2L
ActiveSync Requirements
Synchronizing with
ActiveSync
The computer to which you install ActiveSync (v4.5 or
higher) must meet the following hardware and software
requirements:
䢇 Operating system: Microsoft Windows XP with SP1 or
later , Windows 2000 with SP4, Windows XP Tablet
PC Edition, or Windows Server 2003.
䢇 Web browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or later
(required)
䢇 Storage: Hard-disk drive with 12 to 65 MB of free
space. (Actual requirements will vary depending on
features selected and system configuration.)
䢇 I/O Port: USB port (1.0 or higher)
䢇 Optical drive: CD-ROM drive
䢇 Video card: VGA graphics card or compatible video
graphics adapter supporting 256 colors or more.
⽧
ActiveSync Requirements
⽧
Synchronization Overview
⽧
Setting Up and Configuring ActiveSync
⽧
Connecting with Your Computer
⽧
Setting up Windows Media Player Sync Options
⽧
Synching Music via Windows Media Player
Your device features a built-in ActiveSync® utility that allows you
to synchronize data between your computer and your device.
This software helps keep Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, or
Inbox data up-to-date.
This section details how to set up and make the most
of your ActiveSync features.
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Installing ActiveSync on Your Computer
1. Insert the Software Installation CD into your
䡲
All selected synchronization items will be copied
from your computer to your device and Windows
Explorer will create a shortcut to the Mobile drive.
computer’s disc drive.
2. Click the Setup and Installation link from the onscreen
Synchronization Overview
disc menu.
3. Click the Install button to begin the installation of
the ActiveSync application to your computer.
䡲 You can also download the latest version of
Microsoft® ActiveSync from the Microsoft site at:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsmobile/activesync/.
Note
If the ActiveSync option is greyed out, you may have
the application already installed. It is recommended
that you uninstall any previous version prior to
completing this new installation.
4. Launch the setup program and follow the
onscreen instructions.
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Once you begin the synchronization process (by
connecting your device to your computer) the Microsoft
ActiveSync window should automatically open.
Your device will remain connected to the computer
after synchronization is complete. If any selected
content is changed on your computer (new email,
photos, playlist updates, etc.) Microsoft ActiveSync
automatically resyncs the information on the device.
You can open the device’s file directory in ActiveSync
on your computer by clicking Tools > Explore Smartphone
from the ActiveSync main menu. You can then copy
files quickly and easily from the device to the computer,
or vice versa.
At the end of the installation process, you will see an
ActiveSync icon in your taskbar.
䡲 Synchonization will begin automatically the first
time your device is connected to your computer.
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Setting Up and Configuring
ActiveSync
4. Connect the other end into the Power/Accessory
Interface Connector. (The Synchronization Setup
Wizard will launch on your computer and prompt
you to set up a sync partnership with the device.)
Your computer can assign a different profile to each
device that is connected to it via the ActiveSync
application.
1. Right-click the ActiveSync icon found in your
computer’s taskbar and select the Connection
Settings... option.
2. Make sure the following options are checked and
click OK:
Allow USB Connections
䡲 Open ActiveSync when my device connects
䡲
3. Connect one end of the USB data cable (included
with your device) into the USB port on your
computer.
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Correct
+
Incorrect
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1. From the initial Synchronization Setup Wizard, click
Next to begin the setup process.
2. If you do not use Microsoft Exchange®, skip to
step 3.
To set up an Exchange Server connection,
complete the following steps. (For more
information, please see the Set Up Your Email
guide included with your device.)
䡲 Check the box in the Synchronize directly with a
server running Microsoft Exchange field and click Next.
Note
The information in these fields is case-sensitive. Some
fields may have already been filled in by your device
upon connection.
Enter an Exchange Server Address (also known as
the Outlook Web Access server address).
䡲 If your server requires an encrypted connection,
check the box for “This server requires an
encrypted (SSL) connection.”
䡲 Enter your User name, Password, and Domain
information.
䡲
To enable automatic email synchronization, check
the box for Save password.
䡲 Click Next to continue
䡲
3. From the Synchronization Options screen, check
all information types you would like to synchronize
with your device and your computer. (Contacts,
Calendar, E-mail, Tasks, Favorites, Files, and Media.)
Synchronization
Configuring ActiveSync Options
4. Click Next to continue.
5. Check the box for Allow wireless data connections if
you would like to allow this connection type
(usually disabled if your device is using an active
USB connection), and click Next.
6. Click Finish to complete the setup process and
establish the partnership. ActiveSync will save the
settings and begin synchronizing your device with
your computer based on those settings.
Note
Media synchronization can require that you launch
Windows Media Player to finish the process of setting
up the partnership.
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Connecting with Your Computer
2. Pair your device and your computer.
䡲
You can connect the device to your computer by one
of two methods:
䢇 Using a USB cable (page 139).
䢇 Using a Bluetooth connection (requires a COM port
assignment).
Using Bluetooth with ActiveSync
1. Ensure that your computer's Bluetooth radio is
turned on and visible.
Your Bluetooth device will occupy a COM port
when actively in use on a USB port.
䡲
Note
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The Bluetooth transmitter should be connected to an
available USB port. Refer to the Bluetooth device's
manual for specific setup and configuration
instructions.
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䡲
Press Start > Settings > Connections > Bluetooth.
Select Add new device.. and press
. (See “To
pair your phone with another Bluetooth device:”
on page 124.)
3. Right-click the ActiveSync icon found in your
taskbar and select the Connection Settings option.
4. Check the Allow connections to one of the following
option and choose the COM port used by your
Bluetooth device from the drop-down list.
5. Ensure that the Open ActiveSync when my device
option is checked, and click OK.
6. Right-click the ActiveSync icon found on your
computer's taskbar and select the Connection
Settings option.
7. Click Connect.. to initiate the wireless
synchronization process.
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Synchronization
Setting up Windows Media Player
Sync Options
If you choose to synchronize multimedia files (pictures,
video, and music), you will need to set up a sync
partnership between your device and your computer's
Windows Media Player.
It is recommended that you have the latest version of
Windows Media Player installed. (You can verify this by
clicking Help > Check for Updates... from the Media Player
menu.)
1. From within the Synchronized items field (adjacent
to the Media entry) click the Setup must be completed
link.
2. In the pop-up dialog box, click Yes to begin the
setup process.
3. Launch Windows Media Player. (Your device
appears within the left pane.)
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4. Click on the Sync tab to launch the partnership
process.
Synching Music via Windows Media
Player
1. Click on any of the available library categories
(such as Artist, Album, or Songs) to display a list of
all current music files detected by Windows Media
Player.
䡲 For the purpose of this section, Artist has been
selected.
Note
Songs that are copy-protected (DRM protection) will
not be transferred and can result in a transfer error
message.
2. Select a song and drag it to the Sync List section
䡲
If the Device Setup screen (shown above) does
not appear, right-click on the phone icon (left
pane) and select Setup Sync...
5. Enter a new name for the device (as it will appear
within the Windows Media Player’s left pane) and
click Finish.
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of the application (right pane). (The available
memory indicator will change depending on the
size of the selected song.)
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3. When you have finished selecting songs, click Start
Sync to begin the upload process from your
computer to your device’s Music folder.
䡲 If this list is later updated on your computer, it will
be updated on your device during the next
synchronization session.
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Section 3
Sprint Service Features
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Section 3A
Using Voicemail
Sprint Service Features: The
Basics
Setting Up Your Voicemail
⽧
Using Voicemail
⽧
Using SMS Text Messaging
⽧
Using Caller ID
⽧
Responding to Call Waiting
⽧
Making a Three-Way Call
⽧
Using Call Forwarding
Now that you’ve explored your phone’s fundamentals, it’s time
to learn about the calling features that enhance your Sprint
service. This section outlines your basic Sprint service
features. For more information on email setup and
usage, please see the Set Up Your Email guide
included with your device.
All unanswered calls to your device are automatically
transferred to your voicemail, even if your device is in
use or turned off. Therefore, you will want to set up your
Sprint Voicemail and personal greeting as soon as
your device is activated.
1. Press and hold
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.
2. Follow the system prompts to:
Create your passcode.
Record your name announcement.
䡲 Record your greeting.
䡲 Choose whether to activate One-Touch Message
Access (a feature that lets you access messages
simply by pressing and holding
, bypassing
the need for you to enter your passcode).
䡲
䡲
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Retrieving Your Voicemail Messages
Note
Voicemail Passcode
If you are concerned about unauthorized access to
your voicemail account, Sprint recommends that you
enable your voicemail passcode (do not activate OneTouch Message Access).
You can review your messages directly from your
wireless device or from any other touch-tone device.
Note
Voicemail Notification
There are several ways your device alerts you to a new
message:
䢇 By sounding the assigned ringer type.
䢇 By displaying
at the top of the Home screen.
When you are roaming off the Sprint National Network,
you may not receive notification of new voicemail
messages. It is recommended that you periodically
check your voicemail by dialing 1 + area code + your
wireless phone number. When your voicemail answers,
enter your passcode. You will be charged roaming
rates when accessing voicemail while roaming off the
Sprint National Network.
Your device accepts messages even when it is turned
off. However, you are notified of new messages only
when your device is turned on and you are in a Sprint
service area.
New Voicemail Message Alerts
When you receive a new voice message, your device
alerts you and prompts you to call your voicemail.
To display your Missed Log:
䊳
Press
once
Note
You are charged for airtime minutes when you are
accessing your voicemail from your wireless device.
– or –
Press Start > Call History.
Using One-Touch Message Access
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.
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1. Dial your wireless phone number.
2. When your voicemail answers, press
.
Voicemail Key Guide
Here’s a quick guide to your keypad functions while
listening to voicemail messages. For further details and
menu options, see “Voicemail Menu Key” on page 150.
3. Enter your passcode.
Tip
When you call into voicemail, you first hear the header
information (date, time, and sender information) for the
message. To skip directly to the message, press 4
during the header.
Date/Time
Send Reply
Advance
Replay
Rewind
Forward
Erase
Call Back
Save
Cancel
Help
Skip
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Sprint Service
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Voicemail Options
Setting Up Group Distribution Lists
Your device offers several options for organizing and
accessing your voicemail.
Create up to 20 separate group lists, each with up to
20 customers.
Using Expert Mode
Using the Expert Mode setting for your personal
voicemail box helps you navigate through the
voicemail system more quickly by shortening the voice
prompts you hear at each level.
1. Press and hold
to access your voicemail. (If
your voicemail box contains any new or saved
messages, they will play automatically.)
2. Press
to change your Personal Options,
following the system prompts.
䡲 Press
to access the main voicemail menu.
3. Press
for Expert Mode.
4. Press
to turn Expert Mode on or off.
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1. Press and hold
to access your voicemail.
2. Press
to change your Personal Options,
following the system prompts.
䡲 Press
to access the main voicemail menu.
3. Press
for Settings.
4. Press
for Group Distribution Lists.
5. Follow the voice prompts to create, edit, rename, or
delete group lists.
Sprint Callback (Return Call)
Return a call after listening to a message without
disconnecting from voicemail.
Press
after listening to a message. (Once the call is
complete, you’re returned to the voicemail main menu.)
Voicemail-to-Voicemail Message
Voicemail-to-Voicemail Message Forwarding
Record and send a voice message to other Sprint
Voicemail users.
Forward a voice message, except those marked
“Private,” to other Sprint Voicemail users.
1. From the main voicemail menu, press
to send
a message.
1. Press and hold
to access your voicemail.
2. After listening to a message, press
2. Follow the voice prompts to enter a phone number.
3. Follow the voice prompts to record and send your
voice message.
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3. Follow the voice prompts to record your
introduction to the message and forward the voice
message.
Voicemail-to-Voicemail Message Reply
Voicemail-to-Voicemail Receipt Request
Reply to a voice message received from any other
Sprint Voicemail user.
Receive confirmation that your voice message has
been listened to when you send or forward messages
to, or reply to messages from other Sprint users.
1. Press and hold
2. Press
to access your voicemail.
1. After you have recorded a message, press
to listen to your new voicemail.
3. After listening to a voice message, press
.
Follow the voice prompts to record and send your reply.
to
listen to the message and indicate that you are
satisfied with the message you recorded.
2. Press
for more options.
3. Press
to mark receipt requested.
4. Press
to send your voicemail message.
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Extended Absence Greeting
Voicemail Menu Key
When your device is turned off or you are off the Sprint
National Network for an extended period, your device
can play this greeting instead of your normal personal
greeting.
Following the prompts on the voicemail system, you
can use your keypad to navigate through the voicemail
menu. The following list outlines your device’s
voicemail menu structure.
1. From the main voicemail menu, press
for
Personal Options.
2. Press
for Greetings.
3. Press
to create an Extended Absence Greeting.
4. Follow the voice prompts to record your greeting
and press
.
Listen
Envelope Information (Date & Time Information)
Reply
Advance 8 Seconds
Replay
Rewind
Forward Message
Erase
Callback (Return Call)
Save
Options
Skip to Next Message
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Send a Message
Expert Mode (On/Off)
Personal Options
Place a Call
Settings
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Disconnect
Skip passcode
Autoplay
Message Date & Time On/Off
Change passcode
Group Distribution List
Numeric Paging On/Off
Return to Personal Options Menu
Greetings
Change Main Greeting
Change Recorded Name
Using SMS Text Messaging
With SMS Text Messaging, you can send and receive
instant text messages between your device and
another messaging-ready device. When you receive a
new message, it will alert you by sounding the
assigned ringer type and then displaying the SMS icon
(
) at the top of your screen.
In addition, SMS Text Messaging includes a variety of
preset messages, such as “I’m running late, I’m on my
way,” that make composing messages fast and easy.
Use your device to customize your own preset
messages (up to 160 characters).
Create Extended Absence Greeting
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Composing SMS Text Messages
䡲
You can have any combination of both preset
messages and text within your message.
1. Press Start > Messaging > Text Messages.
2. Press Menu (right softkey) > New.
Note
3. Press Menu (right softkey) > Add Recipients, select a
6. Review your message and select additional
Contacts entry, and press
. (You may include an
unlimited number of recipients per message.)
4. Press Menu (right softkey) > Check Names. Recipient
names currently used within the To field will be
verified against the current Contacts list.
䡲 Contacts to select a recipient from your Contacts
list (qualifying Contacts entries must contain a
wireless phone number).
䡲 Mobile phone number to manually enter a wireless
phone number that is not in Contacts.
Note
Use semicolons to separate multiple recipients.
5. Enter a message or choose one of the preset
messages available within the My Text area.
䡲 To use a preset message, press Menu > My Text,
select a message and press Insert.
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There is a 160-character limit for text messages.
messaging options by pressing Menu > Message
Options and checking boxes for any options you
wish to enable.
䡲 Request message delivery notifications notifies you
when the message has been successfully
delivered.
䡲 Priority assigns a priority to the outgoing message
(Normal or High).
䡲 Send a callback number sends your callback
number as part of the outgoing text message.
䡲 Callback number allows you to either use your
default phone number or a different number.
7. Press Done (left softkey) to return to the main
message.
8. Press Send (left softkey) to deliver your message.
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Accessing SMS Text Messages
To read an SMS Text message:
1. While the message is open, press Reply (left
softkey).
When you receive a text message, it will be displayed
automatically on your device’s screen (
).
2. Compose your reply or use the preset messages.
1. Use your navigation key or thumbwheel to select
the SMS option from the Message Access section,
and press
.
2. Select the message from the list and press
Voicemail icon
.
SMS Text
Message icon
To type a message, use the keypad to enter your
message.
䡲 To use a preset message, press Menu (right
softkey) > My Text, highlight a message, and press
Insert.
䡲
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To reply to an SMS Text message:
3. Review your reply and press Send. (Review your
message and select additional messaging options
by pressing Menu [right softkey] > Message Options.)
Using Preset Messages
Preset messages make sending text messages to your
friends, family, and co-workers easier than ever. My Text
messages let you quickly insert commonly used
phrases into the body of a new message or a reply to a
message.
Text Message and Email Quick Access
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To add a preset message to a text message:
Using Caller ID
1. While the message is open, position the cursor to
where you would like the preset message to go.
2. Press Menu (right softkey) > My Text.
3. Highlight a message to insert, and press Insert (left
softkey).
1. Press
To edit a preset message:
䊳
Caller ID allows people to identify a caller before
answering the device by displaying the number of the
incoming call. If you do not want your number
displayed when you make a call, follow these steps.
Select an existing preset message and press Menu
> Edit My Text and use the keypad to edit or replace
the message and press
. (See “Entering Text”
on page 35.)
To delete a preset message:
1. Select a preset message from the list and press
.
2. Enter the number you want to call.
3. Press
.
To permanently block your number, call Sprint
Customer Service.
Responding to Call Waiting
Menu (right softkey) > Edit My Text. (The entire
messages is highlighted.)
2. Press and hold
to delete the message.
3. Press Done (left softkey) to complete the deletion,
or press Cancel (right softkey) to cancel the
deletion.
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When you’re on a call, Call Waiting alerts you to
incoming calls by sounding two beeps. Your device’s
screen informs you that another call is coming in and
displays the caller’s device number (if it is available and
you are in digital mode).
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䊳
Press
. (This puts the first caller on hold and
answers the second call.)
.
4. When you’ve connected to the second party, press
again to begin your three-way call.
To switch back to the first caller:
䊳
Press
Tip
If one of the parties in the current call hangs up, you
and the remaining caller still remain connected.
again.
For those calls where you don’t want to be interrupted,
you can temporarily disable Call Waiting by pressing
*70 before placing your call. Call Waiting is
automatically reactivated once you end the call.
Making a Three-Way Call
With Three-Way Calling, you can talk to two people at
the same time. When using this feature, the normal
airtime rates will be charged for each of the two calls.
1. Enter a number you wish to call and press
.
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3. Dial the second number you wish to call and press
To respond to an incoming call while you’re on a call:
If you initiated the call and are the first to hang up, all
other callers are disconnected.
Using Call Forwarding
Call Forwarding lets you forward all your incoming calls
to another phone number – even when your device is
turned off. You can continue to make calls from your
device when Call Forwarding is activated.
Note
You cannot forward your calls to an international
number.
2. Once you have established the first connection,
press
and wait for a dial tone. (This puts the
first caller on hold and dials the second number.)
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To activate Call Forwarding:
1. Press
.
2. Enter the area code and phone number to which
your future calls should be forwarded.
3. Press
. (You will see a message and hear a
tone to confirm the activation of Call Forwarding.)
To deactivate Call Forwarding:
䊳
From your device, press
. (You
will see a message and hear a tone to confirm the
deactivation.)
Note
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You are charged a higher rate for calls you have
forwarded.
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Section 3B
Using the Sprint Software Store
Software Store and TV
The Sprint Software Store provides quick and easy
access to a variety of applications, games, ringers, and
screen savers directly from within your device.
⽧
Using the Sprint Software Store
⽧
Your Sprint TV Channel Options
⽧
Playing a Video or Audio Clip
⽧
Sprint TV FAQs
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > More (left softkey)
> Software Store and press
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2. Use the navigation key or thumbwheel to select an
entry from the list and press
.
Applications: to purchase, upload and then install a
selected application onto your device.
䡲 Games: to purchase mobile device game software
such as Frogger® and Tetris®.
䡲 Ringers: to purchase and upload ringers.
䡲 Screen Savers: to purchase and upload images to
use as your device’s screen saver.
䡲
With your Samsung ACETM, you have access to a dynamic variety
of Premium Services content, such as downloadable Games,
Ringers, Screen Savers, and other applications. Sprint TV gives
you the ability to listen to audio clips and to view video clips right
from your device’s display. It’s a great way to stay up-to-
date on news, weather, and sports information while
also enjoying the latest movie trailers or music videos –
anywhere, anytime on the Sprint National Network.
This section explains the basic steps required to
access and download Premium Services content and
the features and options of your device’s Sprint TV
capability.
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Your Sprint TV Channel Options
䢇
䢇
The Sprint TV application offers a wide variety of
accessible channels. Subscription options include
comprehensive basic packages as well as a full menu
of “a la carte” channels. Visit www.sprint.com for more
information on channels and pricing.
News & Weather
Movies & Shorts
Playing a Video or Audio Clip
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > More (left softkey) >
Sprint TV. Depending on your settings, you may be
asked to accept a data connection.
Note
Available categories and content are subject to
change.
Some of the available categories may include:
䢇
Sprint Radio
䢇
Sprint PowerView
䢇
Primetime TV
䢇
Music Videos
䢇
Sprint TV Live
䢇
Music & Radio
䢇
Sports
䢇
Entertainment
䢇
Cartoons
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2. If you are prompted to acknowledge the
connection to the Sprint Network, press
(to
note show the message again) and then press
Continue (right softkey).
䡲 If you are asked to upgrade your Sprint TV
software, press Yes (left softkey) to install the
necessary files into the default My Documents
folder.
䡲 If you are prompted with a ‘Continue Installation?’
message, press Yes (left softkey).
䡲 Press Done (left softkey) to complete the update
process.
3. Select Sprint TV, More Channels, or Sprint TV En Vivo to
display channel options.
4. Use your navigation key and press
to select a
channel from the Sprint TV listings or to select an
available category.
Note
The first time you access a channel, you will be
prompted to purchase access (unless the channel
doesn't have a monthly fee). Select Subscribe to
purchase access, or select Preview to view a preview
of the selected channel.
5. If applicable, select a clip and press
to
download the view the program. The clip will
automatically begin playing once the download is
complete.
Tip
While you are playing a clip, you can press the
navigation key up and down to surf to a different
channel. A small pop-up screen will be displayed that
tells you which channel you are watching as well as
other channels that you have access to. Use the
navigation key to scroll through the channels. Once
you find a channel that you want to watch or listen to,
scroll to it and press
(or simply wait approximately
three seconds), and the channel will begin loading.
Sprint TV FAQs
1. Will I know if I’m receiving an incoming call while I’m
viewing or listening to a media clip?
Yes. Your selected media will pause and an
onscreen message will launch asking if you would
either like to Accept the incoming call or Ignore it,
which then routes the incoming caller to your
voicemail. Once the call has been ended, your
previous media program will resume playback.
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2. How long are the clips? Will I know the estimated time it will
take to play the clip prior to accessing it?
Once you have selected a channel, you will see a
listing of the available clips, with each clip’s length
displayed after the clip’s title. In general, a clip’s
duration will depend on the story or content being
provided, and can be fairly short or as long as a
few minutes.
3. Can I access a clip wherever I am, as long as I have my
device?
As long as you are on the Sprint National Network,
you will have access to the audio and video clips.
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Note
Sprint TV Service does not work while roaming off of
the Sprint National Network or where service is
unavailable.
4. Are the videos that I’m viewing “live” videos?
It depends on the content provider. Some of the
channels available through Sprint TV stream live
content. Others provide media on demand with
video and audio clips that are refreshed throughout
the day, but that are not “live.”
5. After purchasing access to an Available Channel for a
monthly fee, do I receive any confirmation? That is, how do
I know it has been purchased?
The next time you access the channel, you bypass
the Preview/Purchase page and go directly to the
available content.
6. If I don’t subscribe to a Sprint Power Vision Plan, will I still be
able to view the Sprint TV clips?
Yes. For service access charges, please consult
your Sprint service plan or visit www.sprint.com.
7. What does it mean when the video pauses and I see the
word “loading” at the bottom of the screen?
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This happens when the device is loading the data
necessary to play the clip. It typically occurs when
there is heavy traffic on the network.
8. How can I cancel service if I decide I don’t want it?
To cancel your Sprint TV service, visit
www.sprint.com and sign on to My Sprint Wireless
with your account number and password. From
this page, you have the ability to cancel the service
or any channels to which you subscribe.
9. Can I surf to a different channel while I am playing a clip?
Yes. While you are playing a clip, you can use the
up and down navigation keys to surf to a different
channel. A small pop-up screen will be displayed
that tells you which channel you are watching as
well as other channels that you have access to.
Use the navigation keys to scroll through the
different channels. Once you find a channel that
you want to watch, scroll to it and press
(or
simply wait approximately three seconds), and the
channel will begin loading.
Section 3C
Sprint Voice Command
⽧
Getting Started With Sprint Voice Command
⽧
Creating Your Own Address Book
⽧
Making a Call With Sprint Voice Command
With Sprint, reaching your friends, family, and
co-workers has never been easier – especially when you’re on
the go. You can even listen to Web-based information,
such as news, weather, and sports. Your voice does it
all with Sprint Voice Command. This section outlines
the Sprint Voice Command service.
Getting Started With Sprint
Voice Command
With Sprint Voice Command:
䢇 You can store all your contacts’ phone numbers, so
you can simply say the name of the person you want
to call.
䢇 There’s no need to punch in a lot of numbers,
memorize voicemail passwords, or try to dial while
you’re driving.
䢇 You can call anyone in your address book – even if
you don’t remember their phone number.
䢇 You don’t need to worry about losing your contacts
or address book. This advanced service is networkbased, so if you switch or happen to lose your
device, you won’t lose your contacts or address
book.
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It’s Easy to Get Started
䢇
There are two easy ways to sign up for Sprint Voice
Command:
䊳
Sign up when you purchase and activate your
device.
䊳
Press
from your device to contact
Sprint Customer Service and sign up.
䢇
There is a monthly charge for Sprint Voice Command.
Creating Your Own Address Book
You can program up to 500 names into your personal
address book, with each name having up to five phone
numbers. That’s 2500 phone numbers, and with the
advanced technology of Sprint Voice Command, you
can have instant access to all of them.
There are four ways to update your address book:
䢇 On the Web. Go to www.talk.sprintpcs.com and sign on
with your phone number and password to access a
fully functional Web-based address book to create
and update your contacts.
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䢇
Use an Existing Address Book. Automatically merge
address books from desktop software applications
with Sprint SyncSM Services for no additional charge.
Click the “Click to synchronize” button within your
Sprint Voice Command personal address book at
www.talk.sprintpcs.com.
Use Voice Recordings. Press
and say, “Add
name.” You will then be asked to say the name and
number you want to add to your personal address
book. Your address book can store up to 20 voice
recorded names at once.
Call Sprint 411. If you don’t have a computer or Internet
access handy, you can have Sprint 411 look up
phone numbers for you and automatically add them
to your address book. Press
and say “Call
operator” and we’ll add two names and all the
numbers associated with those names to your
address book for our standard directory assistance
charge.
Voice Command Settings
To adjust the Voice Command setting prior to use:
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > Voice Command.
2. Use the navigation key to change the values within
the different fields. These settings determine which
applications you want to be accessible when using
the Voice Command feature.
䡲 Voice Enabled activates the Voice Command
feature. (Choose from either Yes or No.)
䡲 Availability allows you to make the feature either
Always available or Password Protected.
䡲 Announcement Routing routes announcements via
a designated method. (Choose from either
Bluetooth Only, Bluetooth if Available, or Speaker Only.)
䡲 Announcements restricts the use of
announcements to either Free Time Only or Always.
䡲 Call Confirmations allows you to configure the use
of call confirmations. (Choose from either Yes or
No.)
Dial Confirmations allows you to configure the use
of dialing confirmations. (Choose from either Yes
or No.)
䡲 Announce Calls allows you to configure the use of
announcement calls. (Choose from either Yes or
No.)
䡲 Announce Messaging allows you to determine
which type of messages are announced. (Choose
from either High Priority Only, No, or Yes.)
䡲 Calendar Reminders allows you to configure the use
of calendar event reminders. (Choose from either
Yes or No.)
䡲 Media Selections allows you to configure the use of
the voice command feature on media selections.
(Choose from either Yes or No.)
䡲
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Making a Call With Sprint Voice
Command
3. Your request will be repeated and you will be
asked to verify. Say “Yes” to call the number or
person. (The number will automatically be dialed.)
Say “No” if you wish to cancel.
To make a call with Sprint Voice Command:
1. Press and hold
and you’ll hear a beep. The
icon appears in the upper-right of the screen.
2. After the beep, say, in a natural voice, “Call” and the
name of the person or the number you’d like to
call. (For example, you can say, “Call Jane Smith at
work,” “Call John Baker on the mobile phone,” “
Call 555-1234,” or “Call Bob Miller.”)
䡲
Call: Lets you dial a phone number by saying a
name saved in your contact list or by saying the
digits in the telephone number.
䡲 Lookup: Lets you retrieve contact information for
any entry in your contacts list.
䡲 Open: This provides you with one-step access to
many of your device’s applications such as
Calendar.
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Tip
Keep in mind that Sprint Voice Command recognizes
not only your voice, but any voice, so that others can
experience the same convenience if they use your
device.
For more helpful hints on Sprint Voice Command,
including a list of recognized commands and an
interactive tutorial, visit www.talk.sprintpcs.com.
Section 3D
Your SIM Card
Sprint Worldwide
Wireless Service
Your device comes with a preinstalled SIM (Subscriber
Identity Module) card to support roaming on
compatible GSM networks. The SIM card must be
activated for international wireless service prior to its
initial use (outside of the United States).
⽧
Your SIM Card
⽧
Using Your Device in GSM Mode
⽧
Using Your SIM Card’s PhoneBook
⽧
Setting GSM Services Options
⽧
Contacting Sprint
⽧
Services
⽧
Selecting a Network
Your device allows you to roam throughout the world using both
CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) and GSM (Global
System for Mobile Communications) networks. For a
complete list of countries and features available, visit
www.sprint.com/international.
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To activate Sprint Worldwide service:
䊳
Call Sprint Worldwide Customer Service at
1-888-226-7212, option 2.
For more help with Sprint Worldwide international
setup, press Start > More (left softkey) > International Usage
to display a brief set of onscreen GSM setup
instructions.
Note
Your SIM card should be preinstalled. If you need to
reinstall your SIM card, see “Removing Your SIM Card”
on page 166. The SIM card included with your device
contains information specific to your device and
should be retained with the device for use on GSM
networks.
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Removing Your SIM Card
3. Carefully remove the SIM card from the slot (shown
below).
The SIM card comes preinstalled but can be removed
if necessary.
1. Remove the battery cover.
䡲
䡲
Press down with thumbs as indicated below.
While applying pressure, slide cover away from
the camera lens (as shown below).
4. Reinstall the battery.
Insert the battery into the opening on the back of
the device, making sure the connectors align.
Gently press down to secure the battery.
䡲 Position the battery cover and firmly slide it in until
you hear a click.
䡲
2. Remove the battery to gain access to the SIM card
slot.
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5. Press
to turn the
device on.
䡲 Your device will turn on,
search for Sprint service,
and then enter standby
mode.
䡲 If your device is not yet
activated, or if it is
locked, see “Getting
Started With Sprint
Service” on page 5 for
more information.
䡲 If your device does not
detect a SIM card while in GSM mode, it will
display X in the upper-right corner of the Home
screen.
Note
Your device’s battery should have enough charge to
turn on, find a signal, set up your voicemail, and make
a call. You should fully charge your battery as soon as
possible. See “Charging the Battery” on page 24 for
details.
Using Your Device in GSM Mode
Note
Sprint offers voice service on CDMA networks in
nearly 40 countries around the world; accessing
service in these countries is as simple as powering on
your device. Call Sprint Worldwide Customer Service
before your trip to verify your service allows for
international dialing. In countries where CDMA service
is not available you will need to access a GSM
network.
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Entering GSM Mode
Once you have installed the SIM card, your device may
be used in GSM mode on GSM networks while
traveling internationally. To operate on international
GSM networks, you need to switch the device from
CDMA (default) mode to GSM mode.
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To enter GSM mode from CDMA mode:
1. Press Start > More (left softkey) > More (left softkey) >
Service Mode. The following options appear in the
selection window:
䡲
䡲
Sprint CDMA
Int’l GSM
2. Use the navigation key to select the Int’l GSM
service mode and then press Apply (right softkey).
A Confirm Reset dialogue box appears in the
display asking if you wish to change phone
modes.
3. Type 'yes' in the box and press OK (right softkey).
Press Cancel (left softkey) to return to the previous
screen.
䡲 If you pressed OK, the device will power off and
then restart in the selected mode.
Making and Answering Calls in GSM Mode
When traveling on international GSM networks while in
GSM mode, you can place and answer calls the same
as in CDMA mode. See “Making and Answering Calls”
on page 27. Certain features and services are not
available in all countries.
Visit www.sprint.com/international for more information on
services that are available while roaming.
Calling Emergency Numbers in GSM Mode
When traveling on international GSM networks while in
GSM mode, you can place calls to emergency services
(even if your account is restricted or Call Barring is
active.)
To place calls to emergency services:
䊳
Note
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While in the United States, your device will operate only
in CDMA mode; domestic GSM networks will not be
accessible via this device.
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Press
.
Using Plus (+) Code Dialing
Direct Dial
Placing calls from one country to another country is
simple with the Plus (+) Code Dialing feature. When
placing international calls, you can use Plus Code
Dialing to automatically enter the international access
code for your location (for example, 011 for
international calls placed from the United States).
To place an international call by dialing direct:
Note
Your device must be in GSM mode for you to use Plus
Code Dialing.
To use Plus Code Dialing to place an international call:
1. Press and hold
until a “+” is displayed on the
device’s display screen.
2. Enter the country code, city code or area code,
and the phone number you’re calling, and then
press
.
(The access code for international dialing will
automatically be dialed, followed by the country
code, city or area code, and the phone number.)
䊳
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Dial the international access code, the country
code, the city or area code, and the phone
number, and then press
to send the call.
Making Calls Within a Country (Local or Long
Distance Dialing)
The steps for placing an international call within the
same country are identical to those for calling countryto-country, except it is not necessary to enter the
country code.
Calling the United States from Another Country
To place a call to the United States from another country:
1. Press and hold
to display the “+” symbol. The
“+” symbol automatically inserts the exit code for
the country from which you are calling.
2. Press
to insert the U.S. country code, and then
enter the area code and number.
3. Press
to finish dialing the number.
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Calling Other Countries
International Data Roaming
To place from one country to another country:
Sprint Worldwide Wireless Service can also keep you
connected via email and Web browsing when traveling
in countries in which Sprint offers data service. Data
services are available on both CDMA and GSM
networks; check www.sprint.com/international to
determine the services available where you are
traveling.
1. Press and hold
to display the “+” symbol. The
“+” symbol automatically inserts the exit code for
the country from which you are calling.
2. Enter the country code of the person you are
calling.
3. Enter the area code without the leading zero,
followed by the number of the person you are
calling and press
.
Retrieving Voicemail Messages
The Voicemail box of your GSM device is the same as
the one for your Sprint phone.
To retrieve voicemail messages:
1. Press and hold
until a “+” symbol appears on
your device display.
2. Enter
followed by your 10-digit phone number.
3. When you hear the voice greeting, press
enter your password, followed by
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Note
Prior to using your Sprint Worldwide GSM Data
Services, you must establish and utilize your CDMA
data services domestically on the Sprint National
Network.
Getting Started with Data Services
Before you can use Sprint Worldwide Data Services,
you must first have these services activated on your
account.
䊳
To activate, call Sprint Worldwide Customer
Service at 1-888-226-7212, option 2. Representatives
are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to
assist you.
Once your services are activated, you may need to
select a GSM data services provider for the country
you’re in. (See “Selecting a Network” on page 176.)
Accessing Your Email and Data Services
on CDMA Networks
If data service is available on a CDMA network, then
you only need to set the phone to CDMA mode; you will
not need to select the specific carrier. See “Using Your
Device in GSM Mode” on page 167.
Selecting a specific carrier is only necessary for
providers on the GSM network. If your device has
automatically selected a GSM network while traveling,
you will need to set the device to CDMA to access
CDMA data services.
Visit www.sprint.com/international for a list of services
available for each country.
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Using Your SIM Card’s PhoneBook
Your SIM card contains its own phone book that is
separate from your device’s internal Contacts list. You
can update and maintain the SIM PhoneBook
whenever your device is in GSM mode, even if you are
not in a GSM service area.
Note
Your device must be in GSM mode for you to access
the SIM card.
Note
While the phone is in GSM mode, device can edit
Contacts stored within both the device and SIM card.
While the device is in CDMA mode, the device can not
access Contacts stored on the SIM card.
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When storing a Contacts entry into your SIM card, note
that only the name and number are saved. Entries
stored on the card do not contain any detailed
information that may be stored in the device's internal
memory. To store additional information for a particular
contact, such as email address, or dates, it is important
to save that information to your device’s onboard
memory.
When a SIM card is active, the Contacts list will then
display up to four types of entries:
Each Contacts entry stored on the SIM card can use
only one phone number, and the entry’s name can be a
maximum of 255 characters.
Adding Entries to the SIM PhoneBook
Adding new entries to your SIM PhoneBook is similar
to adding entries to the device’s internal Contacts list.
To add a new SIM card phone book entry:
1. Press Start > Contacts > New (left softkey) > SIM
Contact.
2. Enter a name and phone number for the new
entry. (See “Entering Text” on page 35.)
Contacts entry - SIM Card
Contacts entry - Phone
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3. Press Done (left softkey) to store the new entry into
the SIM card’s Contacts list.
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Deleting All SIM PhoneBook Entries
To delete all SIM PhoneBook entries:
You can also copy entries from your device’s Contacts
to your SIM PhoneBook.
1. Press Start > Contacts > Menu (right softkey) > Delete
To copy Contacts entries to your SIM PhoneBook:
2. Press Yes (left softkey) to delete all contacts from
1. Press Start > Contacts > Menu (right softkey) > Copy
All.
2. Select a copy option:
䡲
SIM to Phone to copy all your contacts from your
䡲
Phone to SIM to copy all your Contacts from your
SIM Card to your device's onboard memory.
device to your SIM card. Note that only the name
and number will be saved to the card.
Note
The SIM PhoneBook provides three default fields
(Name, Phone Number, and Index). This information is
stored on your SIM card to provide information
mobility. When phonebook entries are moved or
copied to Contacts, all input fields are available for
entry; however this information is not stored on the
SIM card.
All > SIM.
the SIM card or No (right softkey) to cancel.
Sprint Worldwide
Move or Copy Contacts Entries to the SIM
PhoneBook
Setting GSM Services Options
There are several user options available for GSM
operation under your device’s Settings menu, including
Call Diverting, Call Barring, Call Waiting, and GSM
Network Selection. All these options require that your
device be in GSM mode and in a GSM roaming
coverage area. (See www.sprint.com/international for
maps showing where international GSM coverage is
available, and see “Entering GSM Mode” on page 167.)
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Using Call Barring (GSM)
From a landline phone when outside the United States:
Call Barring allows you to block certain types of
incoming and outgoing calls on your device. This
would be useful, for example if you allowed someone
to use your device for a short period of time.
Sprint Worldwide Customer Service can be reached
from a landline phone at +1-817-698-4199, option 2.
Access or connection fees may apply. The toll free
numbers below can also be used to contact Sprint
Worldwide Customer Service in the following countries.
To activate Call Barring (GSM):
1. Press Start > Settings > Phone > Call Barring.
Country
From Landline Phone
Anguilla
1-888-226-7212
Barbados
1-888-226-7212
Sprint Worldwide Customer Service is available to
answer your questions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Please call the numbers below if you need assistance.
Cayman Islands
1-888-226-7212
China
00-1-800-713-0750
While in the United States:
Dominican Republic
1-888-226-7212
France
0800-903200
Germany
0800-180-0951
Italy
800-787-986
2. Follow the onscreen instructions.
Contacting Sprint
䊳
Call 1-888-226-7212, option 2.
While traveling outside the United States:
䊳
Call +1-817-698-4199, option 2.
There is no charge for this call from your Sprint wireless
device.
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From Landline Phone
Mexico
001-877-294-9003
Trinidad and Tobago
1-800-201-7545
United Kingdom
0808-234-6616
Call Waiting
Call Waiting notifies you of an incoming call even while
you’re in a call. You can then accept, reject, or ignore
the incoming call. Unlike Call Waiting in CDMA mode,
Call Waiting in GSM mode must first be activated.
To use Call Waiting Internationally:
Sprint Worldwide
Country
Call waiting in GSM mode must first be enabled as
follows:
Services
1. Press Start (left softkey) > Settings > Phone > Call
Waiting.
Caller ID
2. Place a check mark in the “Provide call waiting
Caller ID displays the number (and name, if in your
PhoneBook) of incoming calls. Caller ID in GSM mode
must be enabled by the user.
Voicemail and Text Messages
To enable or disable caller ID:
To activate voicemail settings:
1. Press Start (left softkey) > Settings > Phone > Caller ID.
2. Press Everyone, No one or Only my contacts and
press
.
notifications” field and press
.
1. Press Start (left softkey) > Settings > Phone > Call
Options.
2. Select the Voicemail number field. The number to
call your voicemail is then displayed.
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3. To change the number, press and hold
to
erase the numbers, then use the keypad to enter a
new number and press
.
Note
This number is automatically set up when you receive
your device. You will probably not need to change it
unless otherwise instructed by your carrier.
Selecting a Network
To access your email and browse the Web when
traveling, you may need to manually select the carrier
that provides Sprint service in your location. You can
find a list of carriers for each country where GSM data
service is offered at www.sprint.com/international. Then,
follow the instructions below to select the appropriate
carrier network on your device.
To select a GSM data service for a specific country:
1. Press Start (left softkey) > Settings > Phone > More... >
Networks.
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The Current Network field displays a description
of the currently active network.
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2. From the Network selection field, select Automatic or
Manual.
3. Press Menu (right softkey) > Find a New Network.
4. Press Set Networks. The settings are sent to the
network.
5. Press
Note
.
When traveling, it may be necessary to select a new
compatible GSM data service carrier each time you
enter a new country.
Viewing Your Preferred Networks
1. Press Start (left softkey) > Settings > Phone > More... >
Networks.
䡲
The Current Network field displays a description
of the currently active network.
2. From the Network selection field, select Manual.
3. Press Menu (right softkey) > Preferred Networks.
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Sprint Worldwide
To add a new preferred network:
1. Repeat steps 1 - 3 from “Viewing Your Preferred
Networks” to access the Preferred Networks
screen.
2. Press Menu (right softkey) > Add.
3. Use the navigation key to select a new network
from the available list and press Select (left softkey).
(This newly added network then appears on the
Preferred Networks screen.)
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Section 4
Safety and Warranty Information
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Section 4A
General Precautions
Important Safety Information
There are several simple guidelines to operating your phone
properly and maintaining safe, satisfactory service.
䢇 Speak directly into the mouthpiece.
䢇 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.
䢇 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.
䢇 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.
⽧
General Precautions
⽧
Maintaining Safe Use of and Access to Your Phone
⽧
Caring for the Battery
⽧
Using Your Phone With a Hearing Aid Device
⽧
Radio Frequency (RF) Energy
⽧
Owner’s Record
⽧
Phone Guide Proprietary Notice
Note
This phone guide contains important operational and safety
information that will help you safely use your phone. Failure to
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For the best care of your phone, ensure that only
authorized personnel service your phone and accessories.
Failure to do so may be dangerous and void your warranty.
read and follow the information provided in this phone
guide may result in serious bodily injury, death, or
property damage.
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Maintaining Safe Use of and Access
to Your Phone
Do Not Rely on Your Phone for Emergency Calls
Mobile phones operate using radio signals, which cannot
guarantee connection in all conditions. Therefore you should
never rely solely upon any mobile phone for essential
communication (e.g., medical emergencies). Emergency calls
may not be possible on all cellular networks or when certain
network services or mobile phone features are in use. Check
with your local service provider for details.
Using Your Phone While Driving
Talking on your phone while driving (or operating the phone
without a hands-free device) is prohibited in some jurisdictions.
Laws vary as to specific restrictions. Remember that safety
always comes first.
Following Safety Guidelines
To operate your phone safely and efficiently, always follow any
special regulations in a given area. Turn your phone off in areas
where use is forbidden or when it may cause interference or
danger.
Using Your Phone Near Other Electronic Devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from radio
frequency (RF) signals. However, RF signals from wireless
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phones may affect inadequately shielded electronic
equipment.
RF signals may affect improperly installed or inadequately
shielded electronic operating systems and/or entertainment
systems in motor vehicles. Check with the manufacturer or their
representative to determine if these systems are adequately
shielded from external RF signals. Also check with the
manufacturer regarding any equipment that has been added to
your vehicle.
Consult the manufacturer of any personal medical devices,
such as pacemakers and hearing aids, to determine if they are
adequately shielded from external RF signals.
Note
Always turn off the phone in health care facilities and
request permission before using the phone near medical
equipment.
Turning Off Your Phone Before Flying
Turn off your phone before boarding any aircraft. To prevent
possible interference with aircraft systems, the U.S. Federal
Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations require you to have
permission from a crew member to use your phone while the
plane is on the ground. To prevent any risk of interference, FCC
regulations prohibit using your phone while the plane is in the
air.
Turning Off Your Phone in Dangerous Areas
To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your phone
off when in a blasting area or in other areas with signs
indicating two-way radios should be turned off. Construction
crews often use remote-control RF devices to set off explosives.
Turn your phone off when you’re in any area that has a
potentially explosive atmosphere. Although it’s rare, your phone
and accessories could generate sparks. Sparks can cause an
explosion or fire, resulting in bodily injury or even death. These
areas are often, but not always, clearly marked. They include:
䢇 Fueling areas such as gas stations.
䢇 Below deck on boats.
䢇 Fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities.
䢇 Areas where the air contains chemicals or particles such as
grain, dust, or metal powders.
䢇 Any other area where you would normally be advised to turn
off your vehicle’s engine.
Note
Never transport or store flammable gas, flammable liquids,
or explosives in the compartment of your vehicle that
contains your phone or accessories.
Restricting Children’s Access to Your Phone
Your phone is not a toy. Do not allow children to play with it as
they could hurt themselves and others, damage the phone or
make calls that increase your invoice.
Using Your Phone With a Hearing
Aid Device
Your phone has been tested for for hearing aid device
compatibility. When some wireless phones are used with
certain hearing devices (including hearing aids and cochlear
implants), users may detect a noise which can interfere with the
effectiveness of the hearing device.
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Some hearing devices are more immune than others to this
interference noise, and phones also vary in the amount of
interference noise they may generate. ANSI standard C63.19
was developed to provide a standardized means of measuring
both wireless phone and hearing devices to determine usability
rating categories for both.
Ratings have been developed for mobile phones to assist
hearing device users find phones that may be compatible with
their hearing device. Not all phones have been rated for
compatibility with hearing devices. Phones that have been
rated have a label located on the box. Your Samsung ACETM
phone has an M3 rating.
These ratings are not guarantees. Results will vary depending
on the user’s hearing device and individual type and degree of
hearing loss. If a hearing device is particularly vulnerable to
interference noise; even a phone with a higher rating may still
cause unacceptable noise levels in the hearing device. Trying
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out the phone with your hearing device is the best way to
evaluate it for your personal needs.
“Turning Bluetooth On and Off” on page 119 for instructions to
disable these components.
M-Ratings: Phones rated M3 or M4 meet FCC requirements
Sprint further suggests you experiment with multiple phones
(even those not labeled M3/T3 or M4/T4) while in the store to
find the one that works best with your hearing aid device.
Should you experience interference or find the quality of
service unsatisfactory after purchasing your phone, promptly
return it to the store within 30 days of purchase. With the Sprint
30-day Risk-Free Guarantee, you may return the phone within
30 days of purchase for a full refund. More information about
hearing aid compatibility may be found at: www.fcc.gov,
www.fda.gov, and www.accesswireless.org.
for hearing aid compatibility and are likely to generate less
interference to hearing devices than unrated phones. (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 aid devices may also be measured for immunity to
interference noise from wireless phones and should have
ratings similar to phones. Ask your hearing healthcare
professional for the rating of your hearing aid. Add the rating of
your hearing aid and your phone to determine probable
usability:
䢇 Any combined rating equal to or greater than six offers
excellent use.
䢇 Any combined rating equal to five is considered normal use.
䢇 Any combined rating equal to four is considered usable.
Thus, if you pair an M3 hearing aid with an M3 phone, you will
have a combined rating of six for “excellent use.”This is
synonymous for T ratings.
To ensure that the Hearing Aid Compatibility rating for your
phone is maintained, secondary transmitters such as Bluetooth
and WLAN components must be disabled during a call. See
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More information about hearing aid compatibility may be found
at: www.fcc.gov, www.fda.gov, and www.accesswireless.org.
Getting the Best Hearing Device Experience With
Your Phone
To further minimize interference:
䢇
Set the phone’s display and keypad backlight settings to
ensure the minimum time interval:
1. Select Start > Settings > Power Management >
Display time out or Keypad baclight time out.
2. Select the minimum time setting and press
䢇
.
Phones with embedded antennas may produce more
interference.
䢇
Move the phone around to find the point with least
interference.
䢇
䢇
䢇
Caring for the Battery
Protecting Your Battery
The guidelines listed below help you get the most out of your
battery’s performance.
䢇 Recently there have been some public reports of wireless
phone batteries overheating, catching fire or exploding. It
appears that many, if not all, of these reports involve
counterfeit or inexpensive, aftermarket-brand batteries with
unknown or questionable manufacturing standards. Sprint is
not aware of similar problems with Sprint phones resulting
from the proper use of batteries and accessories approved
by Sprint or the manufacturer of your phone. Use only
Sprint-approved or manufacturer-approved batteries and
accessories found at Sprint Stores or through your phone’s
manufacturer, or call 1-866-343-1114 to order. They’re also
available at www.sprint.com — click Accessories. Buying the
right batteries and accessories is the best way to ensure
they’re genuine and safe.
䢇 In order to avoid damage, charge the battery only in
temperatures that range from 32° F to 113° F (0° C to 45° C).
䢇 Don’t use the battery charger in direct sunlight or in high
humidity areas, such as the bathroom.
䢇 Never dispose of the battery by incineration.
䢇
䢇
Keep the metal contacts on top of the battery clean.
Don’t attempt to disassemble or short-circuit the battery.
The battery may need recharging if it has not been used for
a long period of time.
It’s best to replace the battery when it no longer provides
acceptable performance. It can be recharged hundreds of
times before it needs replacing.
Don’t store the battery in high temperature areas for long
periods of time. It’s best to follow these storage rules:
䡲 Less than one month:
-4° F to 140° F (-20° C to 60° C)
䡲 More than one month:
-4° F to 113° F (-20° C to 45° C)
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Disposal of Lithium Ion (Li-Ion) Batteries
For safe disposal options of your Li-Ion batteries, contact your
nearest authorized service center.
Special Note: Be sure to dispose of your battery properly. In
some areas, the disposal of batteries in household or office
trash may be prohibited.
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Radio Frequency (RF) Energy
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.
Knowing Radio Frequency Safety
The design of your phone complies with updated NCRP
standards described below.
In 1991-92, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
(IEEE) and the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
joined in updating ANSI’s 1982 standard for safety levels with
respect to human exposure to RF signals. More than 120
scientists, engineers and physicians from universities,
government health agencies and industries developed this
updated standard after reviewing the available body of
research. In 1993, the Federal Communications Commission
(FCC) adopted this updated standard in a regulation. In August
1996, the FCC adopted hybrid standard consisting of the
existing ANSI/IEEE standard and the guidelines published by
the National Council of Radiation Protection and
Measurements (NCRP).
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Body-Worn Operation
To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines, if
you wear a handset on your body, use an approved carrying
case, holster or other body-worn accessory. Use of nonapproved accessories may violate FCC RF exposure
guidelines.
For more information about RF exposure, visit the FCC Web
site at www.fcc.gov.
Specific Absorption Rates (SAR) for Wireless
Phones
The SAR is a value that corresponds to the relative amount of
RF energy absorbed in the head of a user of a wireless
handset.
The SAR value of a phone is the result of an extensive testing,
measuring, and calculation process. It does not represent how
much RF the phone emits. All phone models are tested at their
highest value in strict laboratory settings. But when in
operation, the SAR of a phone can be substantially less than
the level reported to the FCC. This is because of a variety of
factors including its proximity to a base station antenna, phone
design and other factors. What is important to remember is that
each phone meets strict federal guidelines. Variations in SARs
do not represent a variation in safety.
All phones must meet the federal standard, which incorporates
a substantial margin of safety. As stated above, variations in
SAR values between different model phones do not mean
variations in safety. SAR values at or below the federal standard
of 1.6 W/kg are considered safe for use by the public.
Phone Guide Proprietary Notice
The highest reported SAR values of the Samsung ACETM are:
CDMA Technology is licensed by QUALCOMM Incorporated
under one or more of the following patents:
䢇
Cellular CDMA mode (Part 22):
Head: 1.00 W/kg; Body-worn: 1.28 W/kg
PCS mode (Part 24):
Head: 1.36 W/kg; Body-worn: 0.862 W/kg
4,901,307
5,109,390
5,267,262
5,416,797
5,506,865
5,544,196
5,657,420
5,101,501
5,267,261
5,414,796
5,504,773
5,535,239
FCC Radio Frequency Emission
5,600,754
5,778,338
5,228,054
5,337,338
This phone meets the FCC Radio Frequency Emission
Guidelines.
FCC ID number: A3LSPHI325
5,710,784
5,056,109
5,568,483
5,659,569
5,490,165
5,511,073
䢇
More information on the phone's SAR can be found from the
following FCC Web site: http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid.
Owner’s Record
Important Safety Information
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T9 Text Input is licensed by Tegic Communications and is
covered by U.S. Pat. 5,818,437, U.S. Pat. 5,953,541, U.S. Pat.
6,011,554 and other patents pending.
Phone Guide template version Version 7B (10/07).
The model number, regulatory number and serial number are
located on a nameplate inside the battery compartment.
Record the serial number in the space provided below. This will
be helpful if you need to contact us about your phone in the
future.
Model: Samsung ACETM
Serial No.:
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Section 4B
Manufacturer’s Warranty
Manufacturer’s Warranty
STANDARD LIMITED WARRANTY
⽧
Manufacturer’s Warranty
Your phone has been designed to provide you with reliable,
worry-free service. If for any reason you have a problem
with your equipment, please refer to the manufacturer’s
warranty in this section.
Note
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In addition to the warranty provided by your phone’s
manufacturer, which is detailed on the following pages,
Sprint offers a number of optional plans to cover your
equipment for non-warranty claims. Sprint Total
Equipment Protection provides the combined coverage of
the Sprint Equipment Replacement Program and the
Sprint Equipment Service and Repair Program, both of
which are available separately. Each of these programs
may be signed up for within 30 days of activating your
phone. For more details, please visit your nearest Sprint
Store or call Sprint at 1-800-584-3666.
Section 4B. Manufacturer’s Warranty
What is Covered and For How Long?
SAMSUNG TELECOMMUNICATIONS AMERICA, LLC
(“SAMSUNG”) warrants to the original purchaser (“Purchaser”)
that SAMSUNG’s Phones and accessories (“Products”) are free
from defects in material and workmanship under normal use
and service for the period commencing upon the date of
purchase and continuing for the following specified period of
time after that date:
Phone
1 Year
Batteries
1 Year
Leather Case/Pouch/Holster
90 Days
Game Pad
90 Days
Other Phone Accessories
1 Year
What is Not Covered?
This Limited Warranty is conditioned upon proper use of
Product by Purchaser. This Limited Warranty does not cover: (a)
defects or damage resulting from accident, misuse, abuse,
neglect, unusual physical, electrical or electromechanical
stress, or modification of any part of Product, including antenna,
or cosmetic damage; (b) equipment that has the serial number
removed or made illegible; (c) any plastic surfaces or other
externally exposed parts that are scratched or damaged due to
normal use; (d) malfunctions resulting from the use of Product
in conjunction with accessories, products, or ancillary/
peripheral equipment not furnished or approved by
SAMSUNG; (e) defects or damage from improper testing,
operation, maintenance, installation, or adjustment; (f)
installation, maintenance, and service of Product, or (g) Product
used or purchased outside the United States or Canada. This
Limited Warranty covers batteries only if battery capacity falls
below 80% of rated capacity or the battery leaks, and this
Limited Warranty does not cover any battery if (i) the battery
has been charged by a battery charger not specified or
approved by SAMSUNG for charging the battery, (ii) any of the
seals on the battery are broken or show evidence of tampering,
or (iii) the battery has been used in equipment other than the
SAMSUNG phone for which it is specified.
What are SAMSUNG’s Obligations?
During the applicable warranty period, SAMSUNG will repair or
replace, at SAMSUNG's sole option, without charge to
Purchaser, any defective component part of Product. To obtain
service under this Limited Warranty, Purchaser must return
Product to an authorized phone service 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 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.
Warranty
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What Are the Limits on SAMSUNG’s Liability?
EXCEPT AS SET FORTH IN THE EXPRESS WARRANTY
CONTAINED HEREIN, PURCHASER TAKES THE PRODUCT
"AS IS," AND SAMSUNG MAKES NO WARRANTY OR
REPRESENTATION AND THERE ARE NO CONDITIONS,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, OF ANY
KIND WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
“THE MERCHANTABILITY OF THE PRODUCT OR ITS FITNESS
FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE;
“WARRANTIES OF TITLE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT;
“DESIGN, CONDITION, QUALITY, OR PERFORMANCE OF THE
PRODUCT;
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“THE WORKMANSHIP OF THE PRODUCT OR THE
COMPONENTS CONTAINED THEREIN; OR
“COMPLIANCE OF THE PRODUCT WITH THE REQUIREMENTS
OF ANY LAW, RULE, SPECIFICATION OR CONTRACT
PERTAINING THERETO.
NOTHING CONTAINED IN THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL SHALL
BE CONSTRUED TO CREATE AN EXPRESS WARRANTY OF
ANY KIND WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT.
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS THAT MAY
ARISE BY OPERATION OF LAW, INCLUDING IF APPLICABLE
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE HEREBY
LIMITED TO THE SAME DURATION OF TIME AS THE EXPRESS
WRITTEN WARRANTY STATED HEREIN. SOME STATES/
PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG
AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION
MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. IN ADDITION, SAMSUNG SHALL
NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OF ANY KIND
RESULTING FROM THE PURCHASE, USE, OR MISUSE OF, OR
INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT OR ARISING DIRECTLY OR
INDIRECTLY FROM THE USE OR LOSS OF USE OF THE
PRODUCT OR FROM THE BREACH OF THE EXPRESS
WARRANTY, INCLUDING INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL OR SIMILAR DAMAGES, OR LOSS OF
ANTICIPATED PROFITS OR BENEFITS, OR FOR DAMAGES
ARISING FROM ANY TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR
GROSS NEGLIGENCE) OR FAULT COMMITTED BY
SAMSUNG, ITS AGENTS OR EMPLOYEES, OR FOR ANY
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BREACH OF CONTRACT OR FOR ANY CLAIM BROUGHT
AGAINST PURCHASER BY ANY OTHER PARTY. SOME
STATES/PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR
LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY
TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL
RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS, WHICH
VARY FROM STATE TO STATE/PROVINCE TO PROVINCE. THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL NOT EXTEND TO ANYONE
OTHER THAN THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER OF THIS
PRODUCT AND STATES PURCHASER'S EXCLUSIVE REMEDY.
IF ANY PORTION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS HELD
ILLEGAL OR UNENFORCEABLE BY REASON OF ANY LAW,
SUCH PARTIAL ILLEGALITY OR UNENFORCEABILITY SHALL
NOT AFFECT THE ENFORCEABILITY FOR THE REMAINDER
OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY WHICH PURCHASER
ACKNOWLEDGES IS AND WILL ALWAYS BE CONSTRUED TO
BE LIMITED BY ITS TERMS OR AS LIMITED AS THE LAW
PERMITS. THE PARTIES UNDERSTAND THAT THE
PURCHASER MAY USE THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE OR
EQUIPMENT IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE PRODUCT.
SAMSUNG MAKES NO WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS
AND THERE ARE NO CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, AS TO THE QUALITY,
CAPABILITIES, OPERATIONS, PERFORMANCE OR
SUITABILITY OF ANY THIRDPARTY SOFTWARE OR
EQUIPMENT, WHETHER SUCH THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE OR
EQUIPMENT IS INCLUDED WITH THE PRODUCT
DISTRIBUTED BY SAMSUNG OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING
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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.
settings to default settings. Please contact the Samsung
Customer Care Center for details.
Important
Please provide warranty information (proof of
purchase) to Samsung’s Customer Care Center
in order to provide this service at no charge. If
the warranty has expired on the device, charges
may apply.
Warranty
THE ABILITY TO INTEGRATE ANY SUCH SOFTWARE OR
EQUIPMENT WITH THE PRODUCT. THE QUALITY,
CAPABILITIES, OPERATIONS, PERFORMANCE AND
SUITABILITY OF ANY SUCH THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE OR
EQUIPMENT LIE SOLELY WITH THE PURCHASER AND THE
DIRECT VENDOR, OWNER OR SUPPLIER OF SUCH THIRDPARTY SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT, AS THE CASE MAY BE.
Customer Care Center:
1000 Klein St.
Plano, TX 75074
Toll Free Tel: 1-888-987-HELP (4357)
Samsung Telecommunications America, L.P.
1301 E. Lookout Drive
Precautions for Transfer and Disposal
Richardson, Texas 75082
If data stored on this device is deleted or reformatted using the
standard methods, the data only appears to be removed on a
superficial level, and it may be possible for someone to retrieve
and reuse the data by means of special software.
Phone: 1-800-SAMSUNG
To avoid unintended information leaks and other problems of
this sort, it is recommended that the device be returned to
Samsung’s Customer Care Center for an Extended File System
(EFS) Clear which will eliminate all user memory and return all
©2007 Samsung Telecommunications America. All rights
reserved.
Phone: 1-888-987-HELP (4357)
No reproduction in whole or in part allowed without prior
written approval. Specifications and availability subject to
change without notice. [011604]
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Index
Numerics
3-Way Calling 155
A
ActiveSync
Configuration 138
Options 139
Windows Media Player 141
Add Recipients 152
Alarm Clock 87
Answering Calls 28
Application Hot Keys 56
B
Back-Clear Key 55
Backlight Time-Out 45
Battery 23–25
Capacity 23, 24
Installing 24
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Index
Beam 93
Receiving a Contact 93
Task 93
Beaming
Files 126
Multimedia Files 127
Bluetooth 119–129
Deleting a Device 126, 123
File Transfer 127
Hands-Free 128
Inactivating Devices 125
My Information Settings 123
OBEX FTP 128
Pairing 124, 125, 127
Settings Menu 120, 127
C
Calculator 95
Calendar 83–87
Call
Making 6
Call Forwarding 155
Call History 70–74
Deleting 74
Filtering 72
Making a Call 73
Options 71
Resetting Timers 72
Saving a Phone Number 73
Timers 71
Using 29
Call Options 47–49
Any Key 48
International Code 49
Voice mail Number 49
Call Waiting 154
Call waiting 175
Caller ID 154, 175
Calls
Answering 28
Ignore 29
Making 27
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D
Data Call 66
Data Roam Guard 69
Date Styles 58
Default Storage
Camcorder 109
Device Settings 39–59
Dialing Options 27
Discoverability 121
Display Screen 16
Display Screen Wallpaper 44
Display Time Out 46
Driving Directions 133
DRM 142
E
Encryption 64
End Key 20
Entering Characters
Letters 36
Numbers 37
Preset Messages 38
Symbols 38
Entering Text 35–38
Event
Adding 83, 85
Deleting an Event 86
Reviewing 85, 86
Index
Camera 104–118
Categories 78, 92
Certificates 64
Check Names 152
Communication
Data Cable 138, 140
Wireless Bluetooth 140
Contacts 75–81
Adding a Phone Number 80,
75, 76
Beaming 81
Dialing From 34
Editing a Phone Number 80,
79, 80
Finding 77, 78
Reviewing Speed Dial 77
Currency 58
F
Feed 134
Fn key 56
Function Key 56
G
GSM
Call the United States from
another country 169, 170
Services Options 173
GSM Mode 167
Entering 167, 168
Making and Answering Calls
168
GSM only features
call waiting 175
Index
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Hard Reset 20
Home Screen
Color Scheme 43, 42
Layout 43
Start Menu Style 44
Time Out 44
Wallpaper 44
I
192
K
Key Functions 13
Keypad Backlight Time-Out 46
Keypad Tones 40
L
International
Activating Service 165
Calling Emergency Numbers
168, 174
Data Roaming 170, 169
GSM Mode 167
Making and Answering Calls
168
Network 176
Preferred Networks 176
Retrieving Voicemail
Messages 170
Services 175, 165
Index
Lock Mode
Calling Special Numbers 63
Locking
Manually 62, 63
Locking Your Device 60
Internet Explorer 130
Browser Display Options 131
IOTA Confimr 65
IOTA Confirm 66
H
Language 58
Live Search 132
Main Application 132
LiveSearch
Directions 133
Map 133
Traffic 133
Location Settings 47
Lock Code
Changing 61
Removing 62
M
Making Calls 27
Menu ii
Messaging
Account Settings 52
Deleting Old Messages 53
Sending Options 51
microSD
Creating Folders 99
Displaying Folders 100
Formatting 99
Installation 98
Launching a File 101
Removal 98
Settings 99
Viewing Memory Space 100
Mobile Applications 130–135
My Content 64
My Text 38
N
Network
Selecting 176
Note
Composing 88
Deleting 89
Reading 89
Sending via email 89
Notepad 88
O
Options
My Pictures Folder 113
Pictures & Video Files 114
P
Passcode 124
Phone (Illus.) 11
Phone Customization
Assigning Application to
Speed Dial 57
Fn Key 56
Message Key 55
Regional Settings 58
Side Back-Clear Key 55
Time and Date 58
Phone Number
Displaying 27
Finding 33
Phone Settings
Display Settings 42–44
Location Settings 47
Messaging Settings 50–53
Power Management 45–47
Sound Settings 39–42
Pictures and Videos by Email
116–117
Plus (+) Code Dialing 34
Power Management
Backlight 45, 46
Display 46
Keypad Backlight 46
Preferred Networks 176
Profiles 41
Index
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R
R2VS 41
Resetting Your Phone 65
Reviewing Pictures 112
Reviewing Videos 112
Ringer Types 39
Roaming 67–69
Setting Roam Mode 68
RSS Reader 133
S
Security 60–66
Security Menu 60
Self-Timer 106
Index
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Settings
Adjustung General Settings
108
Camcorder 110, 109
Shooting Mode 107
SIM Card
Removing 166
SIM PhoneBook
Add Entry 172
Copy Entry 173
Smart Converter 95
SMS 89, 152
SMS Text Messaging 151–154
Softkeys
Using 19
Sound
Call Alert Notifications 41, 42
Keypad Tone 40
Message Notifications 40
Profiles 41
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Index
R2VS Headphone 41, 42
System Sounds 40
Voice Calls 40
Special Numbers 63
Adding 63
Speed Dialing 34
Assigning Numbers 76
Sprint Customer Service 8
Sprint Power Vision
Password 7
Security Features 65
Sprint Service
Account Passwords 6
Dialing Sprint Services 82
Operator Services 8
Setting Up 2, 8
Sprint Store 157
Sprint TV 157–160
Sprint Voice Command
161–164
Address Book 162
Making a Call 164
Settings 163
Stopwatch 96
Synchronization 136–143
Overview 137
T
Taking Pictures 104–110
Tasks 90
Beaming via Bluetooth 93
Completing 91
Deleting 93
Editing 92
Filtering the List 92
New 90
Options 91
Sorting and Filtering 91
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U
Unlocking the Device 63
Unlocking Your Device 61
V
Videos
Recording 110
Visibility 121
Vision 65
Voice Memos 93–94
Erasing 94
Options 94
Playing 94
Recording 94
Index
Voicemail
Accessing from Another
Number 147
Callback 148
Expert Mode 148, 150
Forwarding Voicemail 149
Group Distrution List 148
Key Guide 147
Menu Key 150
Options 148
Replying to 149, 146
Setting Up 6, 145
Three-Way Calling 155
Time Formats 58
Timer 106
Tip Calculator 94
Tools 83–96
TTY Use 53–54
Turning Your Device Off 23
Turning Your Device On 22
W
Windows Media Player
DRM 142
Sync List 142, 141, 142
World Clock 96
Index
195
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