Table of ConTenTs
Table of Contents
1. Accessories in the Box..............................................................................................................p2
2. Your Smartphone.......................................................................................................................p3
3. Setting up your Smartphone.....................................................................................................p6
4. Traveling with your Smartphone...............................................................................................p9
5. Synchronizing with ActiveSync...............................................................................................p11
6. Setting up an E-mail Account.................................................................................................p12
Accessories in the Box:
Battery
USB Data Cable
Travel Adapter
i325
Active Sync software CD
& User Guide
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UK Adapter
SIM card
European Adapter
Stereo Headset
Your Smartphone
Front View of Phone
Keys
1. Earpiece: The Earpiece allows you to hear the caller, automated prompts, music,
ring tones, and sounds.
2. Display Screen: The Display Screen shows signal and battery strength, time, day,
and date. It also displays incoming calls or messages.
3. OK key: Pressing when navigating through a menu accepts the highlighted choice
in a menu.
4. Left Softkey: Allows you to select softkey actions or menu items corresponding to
the bottom left line on the display screen.
5. Talk Key: Allows you to place or receive a call. In idle mode, press the key once to
access the recent call log.
6. Home/Task Manager Key: Press to return to the Home Screen from any menu,
submenu, or application.
7. Voicemail Key: Allows you to press and hold to automatically dial your voicemail.
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.
10. Space/Silent Mode Key: Adds either a space to a text entry or activates the
device’s silent mode. Press briefly to insert a blank character space into a
message. Press and hold to put your device in silent mode.
11. Messaging Key: Allows you to access either the SMS Inbox or Message
Composer. Press briefly to access the SMS (Text) message Inbox. Press and hold to
lauch the Text Message Composer (for new messages).
12. Microphone: The Microphone allows the other caller to hear you clearly when you
are speaking to them.
13. Camera Key: Allows you to 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.
15. Back/Clear Key: Deletes characters from the display when you are in text entry
mode. Press to return to the previous menu or screen when navagating features on
your phone.
16. End Key: Ends a call or returns to standby mode. Press and hold this key for
two seconds to lock the keypad. While in the main menu, it returns the phone to
standby mode and cancels your input.
17. Right Softkey: Allows you to 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: This key allows you to scroll through the phone menu options.
Rear and Side Views of Your Phone
Keys
1. Mirror: Displays your reflection when taking pictures and videos.
2. Thumbwheel: Allows you to navigate through menu options. Press briefly to either
select an option or execute the selected application. Press and hold to display the
Quick Launcher screen.
3. Battery Cover: Covers and secures the internal battery and the SIM card.
4. Camera Lens: Allows you to take photos or shoot videos.
5. External Speaker: Allows you to hear the other caller and the different ring tones
or sounds offered by your device.
6. Power/Accessory Interface Connector: Allows you to plug in the travel adapter
(power), PC connection cable (data transfer), and optional headset for convenient
hands-free conversations.
7. Volume Key: Allows you to adjust the earpiece volume or adjust the voice volume
during a call.
8. Power Button: Press and hold to turn the device on or off. When the device is on, a
short press displays the Quick List screen.
9. microSDTM card slot: Allows you to use the microSD card to expand the memory
of your device.
10. Back-Clear/Camera Access Key: Allows you to clear an entry and return to a
previous menu. It also activates the camera and video modes to take pictures and
videos. This button is also user-configurable. Press briefly to either clear an entry
or go back to a previously active menu. Press and hold to launch the camera mode
and access the Pictures menu and either take pictures or shoot videos.
Setting up your Smartphone
a) Remove the battery cover
• Press down with thumbs as indicated below.
• While applying pressure, slide cover away from the camera lens (as shown below).
b) Installing the SIM card
• Your smartphone is packaged with a SIM card in-box, which may have been
installed at the time of activation. If your SIM card has not been installed, please
follow the below instructions to do so. The SIM card is located in the International
Travel Guide for your convenience, which is also included in the box. It is
recommended that your SIM card is inserted immediately when starting to use
your smartphone as it is the key to allow you to stay connected while traveling in
countries using GSM networks.
• With the battery cover removed, you can gain access to the SIM card slot.
• Carefully insert the SIM card in the slot with the gold metal contact facing
downward and the angled corner is located on the bottom right.
c) Install and charge 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.
• Position the battery cover and firmly slide it in until you hear click.
• Your smartphone’s Lilion battery is rechargeable and should be charged as soon
as possible so you can begin using your phone.
• Locate the interface connector on the side of the phone and pull out and turn the
plastic cover.
• Plug the terminal end of the adapter into the phone’s interface connector,
orienting the adapter’s gold contact pin upward.
• Plug the other end into an electrical outlet.
• An animated battery icon is displayed on the main screen. The icon provides an
indication of whether the battery is being charged or is fully charged.
• It takes approximately 4 hours to fully recharge a completely drained standard
battery. With the Samsung approved Lilon battery, you can recharge the battery
before it drains completely.
d) Turn on your phone
• Press and hold the POWER button to turn on the phone.
Traveling with your Smartphone
Your smartphone makes traveling and staying connected simple. Through agreements
with CDMA and GSM roaming partners, your smartphone allows you to stay in touch
with the office and loved ones while you are traveling abroad. Before you travel, visit
mts.ca/coverage to confirm the voice and/or data coverage (which includes email and
Browser access) in the country you are visiting, as well as the roaming rates.
GSM and CDMA mode:
When you turn on your Samsung i325 smartphone, the default service is set to CDMA.
If you are traveling to a country with GSM service you will need to change the mode
once you arrive to your destination. Here is how to select it:
- Select Start
- Go to International Usage
The options are:
- CDMA
- Int’l GSM
- Select Int’l GSM
- Select Apply
-Confirm selection by typing ‘yes’
By pressing OK your Samsung i325 smartphone will power off and restart in the mode
that you have selected. Once the service mode is changed from CDMA to GSM, it is
important to note that it must be changed back to CDMA upon return from your trip.
To change the service mode from GSM back to CDMA when you return from your trip:
- Select Start
- Go to International Usage
The options are:
- CDMA
- Int’l GSM
- Select CDMA
- Select Apply
- Confirm selection by typing ‘yes’
By pressing OK your Samsung i325 smartphone will power off and restart in the mode
that you have selected.
*Prior to traveling, also ensure that your SIM card has been inserted in your smartphone. Please see step
by step instructions on how to Insert your SIM card under ‘Setting up your smartphone.’
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For additional tips on using your smartphone while traveling, click on the
International Usage icon with the Start Menu.
- Select Start
- Go on International Usage
- Select ‘International Travel Guide’
Synchronizing with ActiveSync
Your smartphone 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.
Installing ActiveSync
•Insert the Software Installation CD into your computer’s disc drive.
•Click the Setup and Installation link from the onscreen disc menu and follow the
instructions to install ActiveSync.
•Connect the USB cable to the phone and plug it into the USB port of your PC.
•When the PC detects a USB connection, the Synchronization Setup Wizard will
launch and prompt you to set up a sync partnership with your smartphone.
•All selected synchronization items will be copied from your computer to your
device and Windows Explorer will create a shortcut to the Mobile drive.
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Setting up an E-mail Account
You can easily set up an e-mail account that you have with an Internet service provider
(ISP) or a web-based email account on your smartphone.
• From the Home Screen, press Start> Messaging> New Email Account.
• Use the keyboard to enter an email address.
• Your smartphone will attempt to determine the necessary communication
settings for both incoming and outgoing emails.
• Press Next to attempt to retrieve these settings automatically. This process may
take several minutes.
• If the device was able to automatically retrieve the necessary settings, press Next.
• If the device was unable to automatically obtain the settings, press Previous to
return to the initial Email set up screen and follow the instructions in the user
manual to configure the e-mail account manually.
• On the next screen, use the keypad to enter the name you wish to associate with
this email account.
• This name will appear within the list of available email accounts on your Messages
screen.
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• Press Next.
• Use the keypad to enter the accounts User Name and Password information.
• Press
to check the “Save Password” check box if you would like your
smartphone to always remember your password during later access to this email
account.
• Press Next.
• Select the time interval in the Automatic Send/Receive field that you would like
for your smartphone to send and check for new email.
• Press Finish.
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