Samsung SPF-83V User manual

Samsung SPF-83V User manual

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Make sure to follow the directions below to prevent accidents and damage to the product.

Failure to follow the accompanying directions may lead to serious injury or death.

Failure to follow the accompanying directions may lead to minor personal injury or property damage.

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The images here are for reference only, and are not applicable in all cases (or countries).

Insert the power plug correctly until it is firmly in place.

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Failing to do so, may cause fire.

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Do not use a damaged power plug, cord or outlet, as this may cause electric shock or fire.

Do not touch the power plug with wet hands, as this may cause electric shock.

Do not connect more than one appliance to a single outlet, as an overheated outlet may cause fire.

Do not use force to pull the power cord. Don't place anything heavy on the power cord, as this may cause electric shock or fire.

Make sure to turn the power off and disconnect the power plug from the outlet before moving the product. Make sure to disconnect the connection cables from other devices as well.

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Moving the product without disconnecting the power cord may damage it while moving, and may cause electric shock or fire.

Hold and pull out the plug by its body when disconnecting it from the outlet, as pulling the plug out by the cord may cause it to be damaged.

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Failing to do so, may cause fire, or the product may not turn on normally.

Ensure that the power plug is disconnected before cleaning the product.

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Failing to do so, may cause electric shock or fire.

Keep the product away from places exposed to oil, smoke or moisture; do not install inside a vehicle.

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This may cause a malfunction, electric shock or fire.

In particular, avoid operating the monitor near water or outdoors where it could be exposed to snow or rain.

Do not install the product near any heating appliance.

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There is a risk of fire.

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When installing the product on a cabinet or shelf, do not let the front end of the product project beyond its front edge.

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Failing to do so, may cause the product to fall, resulting in a product malfunction or personal injury.

Do not place the power cord near a heater, as the power cord may melt, causing electric shock or fire.

Do not install the product in a car or a location exposed to oil, smoke, moisture, water, or rainwater.

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Any contact of these materials with the product may cause electric shock or fire.

Disconnect the power plug when there is thunder or lightning.

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Failing to do so, may cause electric shock or fire.

Place the product down gently when installing it.

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Failing to do so may cause product damage or personal injury.

Avoid dropping the product when moving, as this may cause product damage or personal injury.

Do not install the product in a location easily reached by children.

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As the product may fall and cause personal injury.

Using and Cleaning

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Do not insert any metal objects such as forks, wire, or gimlets, or flammable items such as paper or matches into the ports at the back of the product, as this may cause electric shock or fire.

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If water or any foreign substance enters the product, make sure to turn the product off disconnect the power plug from the outlet, and contact a

service center

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Never disassemble, repair, or modify the product yourself.

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If you need to repair your product, contact a

service center

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If you hear a strange sound, smell anything burning, or see smoke, disconnect the power plug immediately and contact a service center .

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Failing to disconnect the power plug may cause electric shock or fire.

Always remove dust and water from the pins and connections of the power plug.

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Failing to do so may cause electric shock or fire.

When cleaning the product, first disconnect the power plug and clean it with a soft, dry cloth.

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Do not use any chemicals such as benzene, alcohol, thinners, mosquito repellant, aromatic, lubricant, detergent or wax.

When not using the product for a long time, make sure to disconnect the power plug.

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Heavy accumulated dust may cause electric shock or fire.

If the product needs to be installed in a location that doesn't satisfy general conditions, make sure to contact one of our service engineers about the installation as the product may encounter serious quality problems due to its environment.

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This refers to locations exposed to conditions such as heavy fine dust, chemicals, high or low temperature, moisture, or when the product needs to be used continually without a break over a long time.

If the product has been dropped or the product casing is damaged, turn it off and disconnect the power plug.

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Using the product without verifying that it has not been damaged may cause electric shock or fire. Please contact a

service center

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Correct Disposal of This Product

(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment) - Europe only

(Applicable in the European Union and other European countries with separate

collection systems)

This marking shown on the product or its literature, indicates that it should not be disposed with other household waste at the end of its working life. To prevent possible harm to the environment or damage to health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate this from other types of waste and recycle it responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.

Household users should contact either the retailer where they purchased this product, or their local government office, for details of where and how they can take this item for environmentally safe recycling.

Business users should contact their supplier and check the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This product should not be mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.

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Features

Expand the memory capacity with a memory card. Enjoy stored images immediately.

By connecting a CF or SD/MMC/MS/XD memory card of your digital camera to your digital photo frame, you can enjoy the images on your digital photo frame quickly and easily. This also provides a way to expand the memory capacity of your digital photo frame.

Stylish design

With its sleek and clean, high class design, your digital photo frame doubles as an ornament for your desk or table.

A 360 degree rotating stand allows both horizontal and vertical installations.

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Please check that all components are contained in the delivered package.

If anything is omitted, contact the local distributor where the product was purchased. For optional items, contact a

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Never use a power adapter other than the adapter provided with the product.

Components

Digital Photo Frame

(Colors may differ for each product.)

Manual

Cables

Quick Start

Warranty

(Not available in all locations)

User Manual

Front

Power cord

USB cable

(A-mini B type)

Power Adapter

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Components

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Front

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Back

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Back

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Components

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Kensington lock

DC –In Jack

USB connection terminal

Stand

The Kensington lock is a device used to physically secure the system when using it in a public place. (The locking device has to be purchased separately.)

For using a locking device, contact where you purchase it.

Connect the power adapter to this jack.

Connect the power cord to the power terminal of the power adapter.

Connect a PC or an external device using a USB cable.

Up stream

Connect your digital photo frame to a PC's USB terminal with a USB

terminal

cable. (Compatible to USB 1.1(host))

Make sure to use the USB cable (A-mini B type) provided with the product when connecting your digital photo frame to a PC through the up stream terminal.

A stand allows both horizontal and vertical installations.

If your digital photo frame is installed vertically, you can rotate your photos using the rotation function to fit to the vertical installation.

Sliding Prevention

Holder

Headphone connection jack

Speaker

Supports the product so that it stays firmly in place on slippery surfaces.

Connect your headphones to the Headphone connection jack.

You can listen to music files and movies.

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[ ] Power Button

Power Indicator

[MENU] Menu Button

[VOL +] Volume Button

[ ] Up Button

Turns the product on or off.

Hold down the power button at the right of the product for about 2 seconds.

Connect the power cord to the power terminal of the power adapter.

Shows the power status. When the product is powered on, the power light turns on.

Displays the menu window at the bottom left corner of the screen.

Adjusts the sound volume when playing music files or movies.

Used for moving up.

[ ] Left Button

Used for moving left.

Used for moving right.

[ ] Right Button

[VOL -] Volume Button

[ ] Down Button

Adjusts the sound volume when playing music files or movies.

Used for moving down.

[ENTER( )] Enter Button

[ll] Play / Pause Button

Used for selection.

Play / Pause during playback.

[BACK] Back Button

Return to the previous menu.

You can insert a CF, SD/MMC, MS, XD card into this slot to view and use the contents stored on it.

Connect a PC or an external device using a USB cable.

Down stream terminal Connect your digital photo frame to a USB-supporting storage device with a USB cable.

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Power

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USB

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Memory Card

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Connect the power adapter to the terminal at the back of the product.

Connect the power cord to the power adapter.

Plug the power cord for the product into a nearby outlet.

Press the button at the right of the product to turn the product on.

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USB

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Memory Card

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Connecting via USB

Up Stream

Terminal

Down Stream

Terminal

Used to connect your digital photo frame to a PC.

When connecting your digital photo frame to a PC through the up stream terminal, make sure to use the USB cable provided with the product.

Used to connect an external USB-supporting device to your digital photo frame.

Some USB devices may not support Digital Photo Frame.

This product does not support USB card readers. Only USB storage is supported.

The external devices connected to your Digital Photo Frame are not recognized by your PC.

When connecting an external device to the down stream terminal, use the USB cable provided with the external device. (For more information on external devices and their cables, contact a relevant service center.)

Samsung carries no liability for external device malfunctions caused by using any cable except the standard cables specified for each device.

Some external products provide a cable that does not meet USB standards. Hence, they may cause a malfunction.

If an external storage device does not work normally when connected to your digital photo frame, try to connect it to your PC. If it still does not work normally when connected to your PC, contact a service center for that external device or your PC.

Connect to the upstream jack of your digital photo frame.

Connect the USB terminal of your PC.

Folder Structure

When connecting this product to your PC, it is displayed as a removable disk (E:), as shown in the figure below.

You can save and play all music and movie files in the following folders.

You can also add and delete folders as required. (However, if you delete the following default folders, they are automatically created when your product is turned on again.)

Connecting a Memory Card

images

A default folder created by the product

(The full path displayed in the Digital Photo Frame: Photos / frame memory / images)

Favorites

Mainly stores photos.

Recent

Temporarily stores the last displayed photo.

imagecashe

Stores as many Web Photos (photos from the Windows Live or

RSS) to the cache as were used in the images folder.

If you copy your photos from your PC to the imagecashe, they are invisible and cannot be viewed with your Digital Photo

Frame.

The capacity of this product is 64 MB.

If the capacity is exceeded, no further files can be stored.

Do not turn off the product while saving, playing, or deleting a file.

The volume name of the removable disk (for example, E:, F:, G:) may differ depending on your computer environment.

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Power

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USB

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Memory Card

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CF/SD/MMC/MS/XD CARD Slide the card in the direction marked on the top of the card.

Removing the memory card while playing MP3s, movies, or photos, may cause the product to operate abnormally. In this case, turn the product off and on.

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Buttons

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Photos, Web Photos

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Buttons

Control Buttons

Button

MENU

Music

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Video

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Description

Turns the product on or off.

Hold down the power button on the side of the product for about 2 seconds.

Opens the on-screen menu and exits from the menu.

VOL +, VOL -

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Push the button to adjust volume.

These buttons allow you to adjust items in the menu.

Settings

ENTER

BACK

Activates a highlighted menu item.

Use this button to step one step back in the menu.

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Photos, Web Photos

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Photos / Web photos

List Menu (Only Photos)

Music

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Video

When pressing the MENU button, the on-screen menu is displayed on the screen.

Upper OSD

Sub OSD

Description

Memory Card, CF Card, USB, Frame Memory(:default value)

Show Pictures From

Select a connected storage media.

You can only select an external device which is currently connected.

Thumbnail List Menu

When pressing the MENU button, the on-screen menu is displayed on the screen.

Upper OSD

Sub OSD

Description

Start Slide Show Start Slide Show

Copy File, Copy All Files

Copy

You can copy the selected file to other connected storage devices.

Yes, No

Delete

Show Related Photos

Set as Background

Delete the file. (This is enabled when Photos is selected.)

Allows you to view a list of other photos which have a relationship to the selected image, for example, other photos with a similar date to it.

-. You can only use images shared by Windows Media Player on your PC while your digital photo frame is connected to it.

Sets the currently selected image as the Home Background for the main screen.

At this time, the Home Background in the Settings menu is automatically set to Custom.

Background Music

On, Off, Setting

Set the Background Music to On by pressing the Menu button. Then set the Background Music to

Setting by pressing the Menu button again and selecting the music you want from among the music files saved on the Frame Memory or the connected external memory.

Slideshow Menu

Sub OSD Detail OSD

Upper OSD

Description

Pause Slide Show/

Resume Slide Show

Pause Slide Show/Resume Slide Show

Transition Fade, Wipe, Slide, Blind, Checker, Random, None

Select an effect for your slide show when transitioning between images.

Interval 5 Seconds, 10 Seconds, 20 Seconds

Slide Show Settings

Controls the time intervals between image files for a slide show.

Repeat On, Off

Select the Repeat for displaying images.

Shuffle On, Off

Select whether to playback the files sequentially or in shuffle mode.

Show Related Photos

Allows you to view a list of other photos which have a relationship to the selected image, for example, other photos with a similar date to it.

-. You can only use images shared by Windows Media Player on your PC while your digital photo frame is connected to it.

0~100

Brightness

Adjust the brightness from 0 to 100.

Original, 90°, 180°, 270°

Rotate

Rate Photos

You can rotate an image 90°, 180°, or 270°. You can also keep the image as is by selecting Original.

While a slide show is in progress, stars (★) are displayed according to the grade set by Windows Media

Player.

-. You can only use images shared by Windows Media Player on your PC while your digital photo frame is connected to it.

Original, Auto Fit, Fit To Width, Fit To Screen

Photo Aspect

Select an aspect ratio for images to display.

Set as Background Sets the image being displayed in the slide show as the Home Background for the main screen.

On, Off, Setting

Background Music

You can specify the background music for your slide shows.

Select On and move to Settings. Then select the music you want to play.

You can adjust the volume using the ∧∨ buttons to the right of your digital photo frame.

Direct Functions (Slide Show)

Button

> Play the next file in the list.

Description

< Play the previous file in the list.

▶ ▶

ll button alternately plays and pauses the file.

MENU Opens the on-screen menu and exits from the menu.

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Photos, Web Photos

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Music

List Menu

Music

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Video

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Settings

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When pressing the MENU button, the on-screen menu is displayed on the screen.

Upper OSD

Sub OSD

Description

Memory Card, CF Card, USB, Frame Memory(:default value)

Music Source

Playback Mode

Copy

Delete

Play Menu

Select a connected media storage device.

You can only select an external device which is currently connected.

Once, Repeat, Repeat Once, Shuffle

Select to playback music files either Once, repeatedly or randomly.

Copy File, Copy All Files

You can copy the selected file to other connected storage devices.

Delete the file.

When pressing the MENU button, the on-screen menu is displayed on the screen.

Upper OSD

Playback Mode

Sub OSD

Description

Once, Repeat, Repeat Once, Shuffle

Select to playback music files either Once, repeatedly or randomly.

0~100

Brightness

Adjust the brightness from 0 to 100.

Direct Functions

Plays the next file.

< Plays the previous.

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ll

Adjusts the volume.

Plays and Pauses a file.

MENU

Displays the menu.

Exits the menu.

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Photos, Web Photos

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Video

List Menu

Music

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Video

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Settings

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When pressing the MENU button, the on-screen menu is displayed on the screen.

Upper OSD

Video Source

Playback Mode

Copy

Sub OSD

Description

Memory Card, CF Card, USB, Frame Memory(:default value)

Select a connected media storage device. You can only select an external device which is currently connected.

Once, Continuous

You can playback movie files either Once or Continuously.

Copy File, Copy All Files

You can copy the selected file to other connected storage devices.

Delete the file. Delete

Play Menu

When pressing the MENU button, the on-screen menu is displayed on the screen.

Upper OSD

Sub OSD

Description

Playback Mode

Once, Continuous

Select a mode among Once, Continuous.

0~100

Brightness

Adjust the brightness from 0 to 100.

Direct Functions

Play the next file.

Play the previous.

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Adjust volume.

ll

Plays and Pauses a file.

MENU

Displays the menu.

Exits the menu.

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Photos, Web Photos

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Settings

Set the Settings

Music

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Video

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Settings

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Upper OSD

Default Computer

Language

Time Zone

Daylight Saving Time

Date and Time

Alarm

Auto Picture On/Off

Sub OSD

Description

By using the wireless LAN connection search function, you can reset the current connection and reselect the computer from which you are receiving photos.

English, Deutsch, Español, Français, Italiano, Русский, Português

Select a language to use for your product.

You can select the Time Zone that you are in. Select a Time Zone.

On, Off

Selects whether to apply DST (Daylight Saving Time) depending on the Time Zone and Summer

Time.

Month, Day, Year, Hour, Minute, am/pm

Enter and set Month, Day, Year, Hour, Minute or am/pm. Whenever the power plug is disconnected, the Date and Time information is lost. Therefore, you need to reset them each time

Activation, Hour, Minute, am/pm, Repeat, Sound, Volume

You can set alarms.

Activation, Hour, Minute, am/pm

Your product will turn on at the specified time automatically.

Your product will turn off at the specified time automatically.

If the screen was turned off at the Off Time, it turns on again when a key other than the Power key is pressed.

When your Photo Frame is connected to your PC as a Mass Storage device using a Mini-Monitor or USB cable, the screen will not be turned off even at the Off Time.

OSD Color Theme

Home Background

Time Format

Starting Mode

Internet Time Update

Violet Style, Blue Style, Green Style, Orange Style

You can select a color theme for the OSD background.

Default, Custom

You can reset the Home Background of the main menu to the default image.

12 hours, 24 hours

You can select whether to display the time in the 12 or 24 hour mode.

In 24 hours, am and pm will not be displayed.

Home Menu, Last Mode

You can select the menu which is displayed when your Digital Photo Frame starts.

Auto, Manual, Update Time Now

Select whether to set the time information which is received through the Internet as the system time

Timeout for your Digital Photo Frame.

1 Minute, 3 Minutes, 5 Minutes

Select the time for the screensaver to start.

However, if no button is operated for one minute, the screensaver starts, regardless of the Timeout settings on the Main menu.

Button Sound

On, Off

You can turn the sound of the operation buttons on or off.

0~100

Brightness

Adjust the brightness from 0 to 100.

Wireless Network (SSID) Displays a list of available SSIDs when an access point exists in your vicinity.

Wireless Network Code Displays the password required if the access point has a security setting.

Managment Web Address Displays the webpage address to connect to Samsung Photo Frame Web Configuration.

Yes, No

Proxy Required

Firmware Update

You can specify whether to use a proxy server.

Update the product using external memory(CF/SD/MMC/MS/XD,USB).

Please visit

www.samsung.com

for the latest firmware update.

Reset Settings

Product Information

Yes, No

Reverts the product settings to factory defaults.

Model, Firmware Version, Copyright

View the product information.

Management Web

Go to [Settings]-[Management Web Address] in your Photo Frame and then open this URL using Internet Explorer on your

PC.

When connected, the Welcome page will be displayed. Enter the Password which you can see in the [Settings]-

[Management Password] of your Photo Frame in the [Password] box on the Welcome page, and click the [sign in] button.

Upper Menu

Welcome

Photo Frame

Web Photos

Storage

Sub Menu

Description

Password

Enter the password displayed in Management Password.

Enables case-sensitive mode.

Now Playing

You can monitor the photos which are being displayed in the slide show at the same time.

Photo Feeds, Photos Windows Live Spaces

You can add or remove a website address from which you can receive photos.

Photo Feeds, Photos Windows Live Spaces

Settings

Help

You can check the size of the photos in the addresses listed in Web Photos.

Basic, Administrator Password, Date and Time, Network Settings

You can enter and change the product name, administrator password, time, and network proxy server, etc.

Displays the help section for using Samsung Photo Frame Web Configuration.

Initial Settings

Installation Program Guide and User Recommendations

Settings for Sharing Photos on your PC - Configuring Your Windows

Settings for Sharing Photos on your PC - Configuring Your Photo Frame

Viewing the Photos from Windows Live Space

Viewing the Photos via RSS

Setting up Rating and Tags (VISTA:Tags, XP:Labels) on a PC

I want to update firmware.

I want to connect to a monitor by using Mini-Monitor program.

(Windows XP only)

Initial Settings

To use the wireless sharing function provided with this product, Windows Vista must be running on your computer and a wireless

LAN access point (AP) must be in your vicinity. (For Windows XP users, Windows Media Player 11 is required and must be installed on your PC.)

1. Choose Your Language

Turn on your Digital Photo Frame and select a language. The selected language is used as the OSD language and for the “Samsung Photo

Frame Web Confi guration” which is embedded in your Digital Photo

Frame. You can change the language via Settings -> Language.

2. Choose Your WiFi Network

A list of APs is displayed. (If there are no APs displayed, click “Refresh

Networks” to update the list.)

Select an AP to connect to and the connection state is displayed in a popup window and the “Choose Computer” screen will appear.

3. Choose Computer

A list of PCs is displayed. (If there are no PCs displayed, click “Refresh

List” to update the list.) Select a PC to connect to and the Main screen will appear.

Ensure that the Settings are confi gured as shown below.

Otherwise, your PC may not be displayed in the list or you may not be able to connect to it.

In Vista, select Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center > Customize. Check whether the Location type is set to Private. Select

Digital Photo Frame from the Windows Media Player > Library > Media Sharing list. Check whether it is set to Allow.

Installation Program Guide and User Recommendations

Windows XP

We highly recommend installing

.Net Framework 3.0.

Click on the "Frame Manager" icon in the Manual - Main screen to run the installation file.

Installing Frame Manager

Frame Manager User's Manual

Windows Media Player 11

or later must be installed.

Digital Image Library Starter Edition (DISE)

: This program allows you to change the ratings for the photos on your Digital Photo Frame via your PC.

Recommendations when using the Digital Photo Frame: Internet Explorer 7.0 or higher

Windows Vista

Click on the "Frame Manager" icon in the Manual - Main screen to run the installation file.

Installing Frame Manager

Frame Manager User's Manual

Settings for Sharing the Photos on your PC - Configuring Your Windows Vista

Adding Photos to the Library

Run Windows Media Player.

Click the [Library] tab at the top.

Click [Add To Library] in the [Library] tab.

In the [Add To Library] window, select [My personal folders] under the [Select the folders to monitor] section and select the folder containing photos and click [Add].

Select the folder to share and click [OK] to add it.

Checking Shared Photos

When you click [OK], the [Add To Library] window is closed and the [Add to Library by

Searching Computer] is displayed. Wait until it finishes the operation and click [Close] when it is completed.

In the Windows Media Player, set the Category, which is under the [ , ] symbol at the top left, to [Picture].

In the [Library], select Recently added, All

Pictures, Keywords, Date Taken, Rating, or Folder

Settings and check whether the added photos exist in the library.

Sharing Settings for Accepting Connections from Your Photo Frame

In the [Library] tab, click on [Media Sharing].

In the [Media Sharing] window, check the [Share my media] checkbox under [Sharing Settings].

If no [Available device] is displayed in the [Media

Sharing] window, proceed to steps 4. If displayed, proceed to step 5.

In the [Media Sharing] window, click

[Networking] and check whether the current network is set to [Private network]. If not, set it to [Private Network].

If your network is a Private network, the

[Available Device] list and the [Settings] button are displayed in the [Media Sharing] window.

In the [Media Sharing] window, click [Settings].

The [Media Sharing-Default Settings] window is displayed.

In the [Media Sharing-Default Settings] window, set the [Media Type] to [Picture], both [Star ratings] and [Parental ratings] to [All ratings] or a required rating under the [Default Settings] section. If you want to add a device or computer which tries to connect to the library to the list automatically, check the [Add new devices and computers automatically] checkbox.

Only photos can be transmitted via PC sharing.

Settings for Sharing the Photos on Your PC - Configuring Your Photo Frame

Checking Network Connections

Check whether the Network icon is displayed at the left top of the Main screen.

If the Network icon is displayed, proceed to the

Checking Computer Connections section described below. If it is not displayed, move to

[Settings]-[Wireless Network(SSID)].

SSID : Service Set Identifier

In the [Wireless Network(SSID)] window, select the

SSID to which you want to connect your Digital Photo

Frame to. If no available SSID is displayed, click

[Refresh Networks] to update the list.

If you select this when the SSID is encrypted, a password input window is displayed. You can only be connected to the network if you enter the correct password.

If the "Connected" message is displayed, it means that your Digital Photo Frame is connected to the network.

Checking Computer Connections

Check whether the PC icon is displayed at the top left of the screen.

If the PC icon[ ] is displayed, move to the Main screen. If not, move to [Settings]-[Default Computer].

In the [Default Computer] window, select the PC you want to connect your Digital Photo Frame to. If a required PC is not displayed, click on [Refresh List] to update the list and select it.

If connected, you will be returned to the [Settings] screen. You will find that the PC icon is displayed at the top left of that screen.

Checking Computer Connections

In the Main screen, select [Photos].

In the [Photos] screen, check whether the ['Account

Name's Photos' on 'Computer Name'] is correct. If incorrect, press the [Menu] button and select the PC you want to connect to.

You can view the shared photos on the connected computer via Playlists, Tags, Dates, Folders, and

Ratings.

Viewing the Photos from Windows Live Space

Checking Windows Live Space and Uploading Photos

If you have no MSN account (MSN Hotmail, MSN

Messenger, Passport account), please create one.

Go to and login to Windows Live Space

(http://spaces.live.com/) with your MSN account.

If you do not have a space, create a space and enter it.

In your space, change to edit mode. Add albums and photos by clicking on Add under the Photos category.

Setting up the Web Configuration

In your Digital Photo Frame, go to [Settings]-

[Management Web Address]. Make a note of the web address (URL) displayed in the Management Web

Address window. Connect to that address using

Internet Explorer on your PC.

Alternatively, if you click the Frame Manager icon (

) in the tray menu at the bottom right of the PC screen, a linked frame list will be displayed. If you select a frame name, the Samsung Photo Frame

Web Configuration screen for the corresponding

frame appears.

When connected, the Welcome page will be displayed. On the Welcome page, enter the password displayed in the [Settings]-[Management Password] screen of your Digital Photo Frame in the [Password] box and click [Sign in].

You can change the password (default: Admin) in the Settings of the Samsung Photo Frame

Web Configuration.

On the Samsung Photo Frame Web Configuration page, click the [Web Photos] tab and add the space address (for example, if it is

'http://test.space.live.com', you have only to type

'test'.) to the URL input box for the Photos From

Windows Live Spaces list and click [Add].

Checking your Space Photos on your Digital Photo Frame

First check the network connections. (Refer to

Viewing the Photos Shared from Vista Windows on your Digital Photo Frame - What You Should Do on

Your Digital Photo Frame - Checking Network

Connections.)

In the Main screen of your Digital Photo Frame, go to

[Web Photo]-[Windows Live Space]. A list of the spaces you have added to the Web Configuration will be displayed.

Select a space. A list of albums in the selected space will be displayed. Select an album, and thumbnails for the photos in the selected album will be displayed on the right.

Viewing the Photos via RSS

Web Configuration

Go to the Web Photos page by following the description in the Settings Web Configuration

section for Windows Live Space. Click [Web

Photo]-[Photo Feeds] for the RSS Input window.

In the RSS Input window, enter the RSS address and click [Add].

What is an RSS Address?

It is the address that appears in the address box of the web page (XML) displayed when clicking the FEED icon on a RSS service site where photos are uploaded.

Checking the Photos from RSS on Your Digital Photo Frame

In the Main screen of your Digital Photo

Frame, go to [Web Photo]-[RSS and Web

Feeds]. A list of feeds you have added to the

Web Configuration will be displayed.

Select a feed from the list. Thumbnails for the photos in the selected feed will be displayed to the right.

Setting up Rating and Tags (VISTA:Tags, XP:Labels) on a PC

Windows VISTA

Click Start - All Programs - Windows Photo Gallery to launch the Windows Photo Gallery.

If you select Info at the top of the Windows Photo Gallery screen, the photo information pane appears on the right.

Select a photo and change the Rating or Tags in the right information pane.

Windows XP

Click Start - All Programs - Microsoft Digital Image

Starter Edition 2006 - Microsoft Digital Image Starter

Edition 2006 Library.

The Microsoft Digital Image Starter Edition 2006

Library window appears.

Select a photo and configure the Rating and Labels for the selected photo at the bottom of the screen.

I want to update firmware.

Preparations

Digital Photo Frame

Firmware update file.

USB memory card or external memory devices(CF/SD/MMC/MS/XD)

Please visit

www.samsung.com

for the latest firmware update.

Connect USB memory card to PC

If you are ready, connect the USB memory card to your PC.

Copy the firmware update file you downloaded to the USB memory card.

(Make sure to copy the firmware update file to the root directory.)

Connect USB

Memory Card to Digital

Photo Frame

Select Update

Remove the USB memory card from your PC, and connect it to your Digital Photo Frame.

If your Digital Photo Frame is off, turn it on.

Select Firmware Update of Settings.

Updating

The update progression is displayed on the screen.

After boot-up, turn your Digital Photo Frame off, remove the USB memory card, and turn your

Digital Photo Frame on again, for maximum safety.

Do not remove the USB memory card during the update operation.

Do not press any key during the update operation.

Do not insert any other card during the update operation.

Do not turn your Digital Photo Frame off during the update operation.

You can identify whether the update operation has finished successfully or not by checking the firmware version of your Digital Photo Frame is changed to the version of the firmware update.

I want to connect to a monitor by using Mini-Monitor program.(Windows XP only)

To use your digital photo frame as a Mini-Monitor (the secondary monitor) using a USB cable.

Installing Frame Manager

Frame Manager User's Manual

Using your digital photo frame as a Mini-Monitor.

Using your digital photo frame as Mass-Storage.

Changing the current mode to another mode

Adjusting the brightness

Updating the firmware

System Requirements

z z z z

Caution

OS : Windows XP SP2

System Processor Speed : 1.5 GHz

USB : Extended Host Controller (EHCT) for USB 2.0

RAM : 256 MB or above

1. Windows XP Service Pack 2 must be installed.

It might not operate with any operating systems other than Windows XP SP2. We are not liable for problems that may occur when installing it on an operating system other than Windows XP SP2.

2. We recommend a CPU speed of 2.4 GHz or higher.

Your digital photo frame might not operate normally if the performance specifications of your PC are lower than the recommendations.

3. Make sure to install it correctly as directed in the Installation Guide.

4. Do not use your Mini-Monitor as a primary monitor.

We are not liable for any problems that may occur if you do not follow the directions. If it is used as a primary monitor, the screen may be blank.

5. Make sure to use the provided USB cable.

6. When using your digital photo frame as a Mini-Monitor, all buttons except for the Power button will not operate.

7. Move the programs displayed and used on the Mini-Monitor to the primary monitor after you have finished using it.

8. With some video cards, Mini-Monitor may not operate normally. In this case, set Hardware acceleration to Full.

To set Hardware acceleration to Full: Right-click on the Windows Desktop and select Properties from the displayed menu. The Display Properties window appears. Click the Settings > Advanced > Troubleshoot tab. Move the

Hardware acceleration slide to Full.

Limitation and Recommendation

z

Limitation : Hardware graphics acceleration such as DirectX or OpenGL is not supported on the Mini-MonitorDisplay as it would require the emulation of a graphics processor by your standard CPU which would not be favourable. Media players which are using DirectX will not work properly on Mini-Monitor Display.

> Example: GOM player,VLC Player z

Recommedation : Do not use/run directX or openGL application on Mini-Monitor display.

Specifications

Items

Model Name

Type

Resolution

Interface

Supported Formats

Built-in Memory

Network

Audio

USB

Media (Memory Card)

Power

Rating

Consumption

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Specifications

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Supported Files

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Specifications

SPF-83V

8 "(20 cm)TFT

800 x 600

200cd/㎡

Support for MPEG1, 4, and WMV9 scaled up to 1024x768

MPEG4 SP, ASP/L3,L5 (720x480, 2Mbps, 30fps)

WMV9 SP, MP/medium level (720x480, 2Mbps, 30fps)

JPEG max Image Resolution 3200x2400(8Mb)

(Progressive JPEG is not supported.)

64 Mb

Wi-Fi 802.11b/g 2.4GHz 54Mbps

1 W x 1 built-in speaker

USB 2.0

(One up stream (device 2.0) and one down stream (host 1.1),

External Memory Reader is not supported)

4 in 1(SD≤4Gb / MMC≤4Gb / XD≤2Gb / MS≤32Gb), CF

SDHC (High-Capacity) cards are not supported.

External Power Adapter (12 V, 2 A, 24 W)

Max 12W,

Normal 10W,

Off mode(Power Switch Off) under 1W

Thumbnail View/Windows Vista WMP11 support

Content Files

File MP3

Movie File MPG, MPEG4, WMV9

Networking

General

Networking

Information

Dimensions (WxHxD)

Wi-Fi, DHCP from AP, Image from RSS feed

Memory Information, file information, status information

230.5 x 182.4 x 120 mm / 9.07 x 7.18 x 4.72 inch

Weight 650 g / 1.43 lb

The product design may differ according to the model, and specifications are subject to change without prior

notice for product performance enhancement.

Class B Equipment (Information Communication equipment for residential use)

This product complies with the Electromagnetic Compatibility Directives for residential Use and can be used in all areas including common residential areas. (Class B equipment radiates less electromagnetic influences than class A equipment.)

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Supported Files

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Supported Files

The Digital Photo Frame uses these modules:

WinCE 5.0

For more information, visit the following web sites:

RMI Alchemy Developer Support Site(

http://209.254.132.52/RMI/EmbeddedDeveloper.nsf

)

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Troubleshooting

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Terminology

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Service Centers

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Declaration of

Conformity

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Troubleshooting

This section lists various problems and solutions encountered by users while using the digital photo frame. When encountering a problem, first check the list below and follow the suggested action if one matches your problem. If the problem still persists, contact or visit the nearest

service center

.

Symptoms Possible Causes and Suggested Actions

My Digital Photo Frame does not turn on.

The power turns on but the screen is blank.

Check the power connection between the product and the power adapter.

Check whether the Samsung logo is displayed in full screen mode when pressing the power button.

Check the memory card type. If this is not inserted correctly or is not of a supported type, the photo may not display on the screen. (This product supports USB memory and CF/SD/MMC/MS/XD cards only.)

Check the file extensions if the card and other connections are correct. (This product supports the JPEG image format, MPG1, MPEG4 and WMV9 movie formats, and MP3 music file format only. See Specifications.)

It takes some time to display an image after the digital photo frame turns on.

No screen is displayed and just sound is heard for MPEG4 and WMV9 movies.

The aspect ratio of the screen looks abnormal.

Loading a file from an external memory card may take several seconds. (This depends on the file format and size.)

Loading a large sized file may take quite a long time. (This is a matter of specifications.)

Select one of the three values in the Menu>Photo Aspect>Original, Auto Fit,

Fit To Width, Fit To Screen menu using the buttons on the right side of the product.

(

See Menu>Photo Aspect>Original, Auto Fit, Fit To Width, Fit To

Screen

)

The screen color is dimmed or too strong.

Adjust the brightness in the Settings>Brightness menu using the buttons on the right side of the product.

(

See Settings>Brightness

)

I have connected an external device (USB memory device or MP3 player), but it does not work.

Check the cable connection between the product and the external device.

Check whether the external device works as a standalone, and check the format of the files stored on it.

Only USB devices supporting Windows CE 5.0 can be supported.

Please check that your USB device supports Windows CE 5.0.

The screen is displayed but there is no

Try to check the original movie contents file on your PC.

If there is no noticeable error in the settings, it may take some time to switch

sound for MPEG4 and WMV9 movies.

The screen is displayed but there is no sound for MPEG4 and WMV9 movies.

The movie freezes at some points. to the next file depending on the file size and format.

Try to change the Volume menu using the buttons on the right side of the product.

Freezing may happen depending on the status of the movie file.

Breakings could happen during playback depending on the type and size of movie file.(High bps contents)

Movie file formats : MPEG 4, WMV9

Resolution : Less than 1024 x 768

Whenever I turn my Digital Photo Frame off and on, I find the time goes wrong.

A menu is not displayed immediately when I press the menu button.

My Digital Photo Frame does not retrieve photos from the Internet.

Cannot display web photos during online services.

This product has no built-in battery. When the power turns off, the time info also goes off. Therefore, you need to set time again whenever your Digital

Photo Frame turns on. However, if you are connected to the Internet and

Settings > Internet time update is set to Auto, the time is updated automatically. (Settings>Internet Time Update)

Displaying the menu and other operations may take some time while the product is loading an image to display on the screen.

Check whether the AP connected to your Digital Photo Frame is accessible to the Internet.

The maximum file size from the Internet is 4.2 MB. (The maximum local file size is 8.5 MB.)

Receiving photos over the internet The Web and Feed file format is JPEG only

(over 400X240 pixels)

Cannot change the image ratings in the

Windows Media Center in real time.

Cannot change the ratings for the photos on my PC from my Digital Photo Frame.

I changed the frame name but it hasn't been applied.

I cannot connect my Digital Photo Frame to the Windows Media Player on my PC.

The Frame Manager icon isn't displayed.

It is possible to do so by closing and opening Windows Media Player again.

Frame Manager must be running first.

After making changes, close and open Windows Media Player again

Select and remove the shared Digital Photo Frame from the Library/Media

Sharing list in the Windows Media Player and turn both your Digital Photo

Frame and PC off and on. Make sure to turn on your Digital Photo Frame after your PC has booted up.

Check whether both your Digital Photo Frame and PC are connected to the same access point (AP).

In Vista, select Control Panel > Network and Sharing Center > Customize.

Check whether the Location type is set to Private.

(For more information, refer to

Applications > Sharing Settings for

Accepting Connections

from Your Photo Frame.)

Select Digital Photo Frame from the Windows Media Player > Library > Media

Sharing list. Check whether it is set to Allow.

Check whether a Digital Photo Frame is connected. If no Digital Photo Frame is connected, the icon is not displayed.

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Declaration of

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Terminology

Terms Description

MPEG4

(Motion Picture Expert Group4)

MPEG4 is a movie compression technology for video communications which enables implementing bi-directional multimedia. It was developed to make it possible to transmit movies over low speed lines on the Internet or for mobile communications. It is used widely on PCs, TVs and cell phones. A movie file

WMV9

(Window Media Video9)

MP3

(MPEG Audio Layer-3)

JPEG

(Joint Photographic Coding Expert

Group)

CF Card

(CompactFlash Card)

SD Card

(Secure Digital Card)

MMC

(Multi Media Card)

USB Cable

1) A-mini B type

USB Cable

2) Cable for Connecting Other Devices

AP

(Access Point)

SSID

(Universal Plug & Play) formatted in the MPEG4 format is called an MPG or MPEG file.

A video codec in the MPEG4 format developed by Microsoft

MP3 is a high quality audio compression technology. It provides a 50 times higher compression than CD. Because it provides high quality and a low size for its compression ratio, it is commonly used on the Internet and for FM radio transmissions, etc. An audio file formatted in the MP3 format is called an MP3 file.

JPEG is an image compression technology. It provides the smallest loss of all image compression technologies. It is used widely to transmit multimedia files on the Internet and for other uses. An image file formatted in the JPEG format is called a JPEG or JPG file. Usually, a JPEG file is created by taking a picture with a digital camera, by drawing on a computer, or by a graphic package and then by compressing the graphics image into the JPEG format.

A CF card provides a higher capacity than other types of memory card.

Because the controller is embedded in the memory, it provides high compatibility. It is widely used in various digital products such as PDAs, digital cameras, MP3 players, cell phones, and notebook PCs.

An SD card is a Flash memory card the size of a postage stamp. It provides high stability and high capacity. It is widely used in various digital products such as PDAs, digital cameras, MP3 players, cell phones, and notebook PCs. Its appearance is similar to that of MMC, but the number of pins and their thickness is different. It also has a password setting function for data security.

MMC is external Flash memory used for small mobile devices, as in the case of the SD card. Because it has smaller footprints than SD/MMC cards, it has become widely accepted as the standard for memory cards. It is usually used to save movies and photos.

Use the up stream terminal when connecting to a PC. This product supports

USB 2.0. An A-mini B type cable which is used to connect your digital photo frame to a PC is provided with the product. The A type is the USB connector used to connect to a PC. The B type is the USB connector used to connect to an external device. You can connect your digital photo frame to a PC using an

A-mini B type USB cable.

Use this type of cable when using the down stream terminal. This product supports USB 2.0. When connecting an external device to the down stream terminal, use the USB cable provided with the external device.

When using a cell phone, you will hear frequently about a "repeater." In a wireless LAN, AP plays the same role as a repeater. That is, it a intermediate equipment through which wireless LAN cards receive signals. As a cell phone makes a call through a repeater, a wireless LAN card sends and receives data through an AP.

SSID is a 32-bit unique identifier which is attached to each header of every packet being transmitted on a wireless LAN. It is used as a password when a wireless device connects to a Basic Service Set (BBS). Because SSID allows differentiating a wireless LAN from other wireless LANS, all APs and wireless devices that want to access to a wireless LAN must use the same SSID. If a device does not know the unique SSID of a certain BBS, it cannot connect to that BBS.

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Service Centers

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If you need a product service, contact or visit a Samsung

service center

.

For services for network connection and the Server.

Services Contacts

Samsung Electronics web site

http://www.samsung.com

If you have any questions or comments relating to Samsung products, please contact the SAMSUNG

customer care center.

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CANADA

MEXICO

North America

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1-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)

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ARGENTINE

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ECUADOR

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PANAMA

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VENEZUELA

Latin America

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0800-124-421

4004-0000

800-SAMSUNG (726-7864)

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0-800-507-7267

1-800-10-7267

800-6225

1-800-299-0013

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800-7267

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AUSTRIA

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CZECH REPUBLIC

Europe

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0032 (0)2 201 24 18

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LUXEMBURG

NETHERLANDS

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SWITZERLAND

U.K

ESTONIA

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RUSSIA

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AUSTRALIA

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HONG KONG

INDIA

INDONESIA

JAPAN

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06-80-SAMSUNG (726-7864)

06-80-SAMSUNG(726-7864)

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0900 SAMSUNG(726-7864) (€ 0,10/Min)

815-56 480

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022-607-93-33

80 8 200 128

0818 717 100

0800-SAMSUNG(726-7864)

902 10 11 30

0771-400 200

0800-SAMSUNG(726-7864)

0870-SAMSUNG(726-7864)

http://www.samsung.com/dk http://www.samsung.com/fi http://www.samsung.com/fr http://www.samsung.de

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800-7267

800-7267

8-800-77777

8-10-800-500-55-500

00-800-500-55-500

8-800-555-55-55

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http://www.samsung.ru

http://www.samsung.ua

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800-810-5858

010-6475 1880

3698-4698

3030 8282

1800 110011

0800-112-8888

0120-327-527

Asia Pacific http://www.samsung.com/au http://www.samsung.com.cn

http://www.samsung.com/hk http://www.samsung.com/in/ http://www.samsung.com/id http://www.samsung.com/jp

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