Samsung | GT-S3653W | Samsung GT-S3653 User Manual

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Some of the contents in this manual may differ from your phone depending on the software of the phone or your
service provider.
World Wide Web
http://www.samsungmobile.com
Printed in Korea
Code No.:GH68-26443A
English (BST). 11/2010. Rev. 1.1
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GT-S3653
user manual
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Instructional icons
using this
manual
Before you start, familiarise yourself with the icons
you will see in this manual:
Warning—situations that could cause
injury to yourself or others
This user manual has been specially designed to
guide you through the functions and features of your
mobile phone. To get started quickly,
refer to “introducing your mobile phone,”
“assembling and preparing your mobile phone,”
and “using basic functions.”
Caution—situations that could cause
damage to your phone or other equipment
Note—notes, usage tips, or additional
information
X
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Refer to—pages with related information;
for example: X p. 12 (represents “see page
12”)
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Copyright information
→
]
Square brackets—phone keys; for
example: [
] (represents the Power/
Menu exit key)
Rights to all technologies and products that
comprise this phone are the property of their
respective owners:
• Bluetooth® is a registered trademark of the
Bluetooth SIG, Inc. worldwide.
Bluetooth QD ID: B015743
• Java™ is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
• Windows Media Player® is a registered trademark
of Microsoft Corporation.
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using this manual
[
Followed by—the order of options or
menus you must select to perform a step;
for example: In Menu mode, touch
Messages → Create message
(represents Messages, followed by
Create message)
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safety and usage information .................. 1
contents
Safety warnings .......................................... 1
Safety precautions ...................................... 4
Important usage information ....................... 6
introducing your mobile phone ............. 12
Unpack ..................................................... 12
Phone layout ............................................. 13
Keys ......................................................... 14
Icons ......................................................... 14
assembling and preparing your mobile
phone ...................................................... 16
Install the SIM card and battery ................. 16
Charge the battery .................................... 18
Insert a memory card (optional) ................. 19
Attach a hand strap (optional) ................... 20
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using basic functions ............................ 21
using advanced functions ..................... 37
Use advanced call functions ..................... 37
Use advanced phonebook functions ......... 40
Use advanced messaging functions .......... 41
Use advanced camera functions ............... 42
Use advanced music functions ................. 45
using tools and applications ................. 49
Use the Bluetooth wireless feature ............ 49
Activate and send an SOS message ......... 51
Activate the mobile tracker ........................ 52
Make fake calls ......................................... 53
Record and play voice memos .................. 54
Edit images ............................................... 54
Print images .............................................. 57
Upload photos and videos to upload ........ 57
Use Java-powered games and
applications .............................................. 59
Synchronise data ...................................... 60
Create and view world clocks ................... 61
Set and use alarms ................................... 62
contents
Turn your phone on and off ....................... 21
Use the touch screen ................................ 22
Access menus .......................................... 23
Use widgets .............................................. 23
Access help information ............................ 24
Customise your phone .............................. 24
Use basic call functions ............................ 26
Send and view messages ......................... 27
Add and find contacts ............................... 30
Use basic camera functions ...................... 30
Listen to music ......................................... 32
Browse the web ........................................ 34
Use the Google services ........................... 35
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contents
Use the calculator ..................................... 62
Convert currencies or measurements ........ 63
Set a countdown timer .............................. 63
Use the stopwatch .................................... 63
Create new tasks ...................................... 63
Create text memos ................................... 64
Manage your calendar .............................. 64
troubleshooting ........................................ a
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safety and
usage
information
Comply with the following precautions to avoid
dangerous or illegal situations and ensure peak
performance of your mobile phone.
Safety warnings
Keep your phone away from small
children and pets
Keep your phone and all accessories out of the
reach of small children or animals. Small parts may
cause choking or serious injury if swallowed.
Protect your hearing
Listening to a headset at high volumes
can damage your hearing. Use only the
minimum volume setting necessary to
hear your conversation or music.
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Install mobile phones and equipment
with caution
safety and usage information
Ensure that any mobile phones or related equipment
installed in your vehicle are securely mounted. Avoid
placing your phone and accessories near or in an air
bag deployment area. Improperly installed wireless
equipment can cause serious injury when air bags
inflate rapidly.
Handle and dispose of batteries and
chargers with care
• Use only Samsung-approved batteries and
chargers specifically designed for your phone.
Incompatible batteries and chargers can cause
serious injuries or damage to your phone.
• Never dispose of batteries or phones in a fire.
Follow all local regulations when disposing of
used batteries or phones.
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• Never place batteries or phones on or in heating
devices, such as microwave ovens, stoves, or
radiators. Batteries may explode when
overheated.
• Never crush or puncture the battery. Avoid
exposing the battery to high external pressure,
which can lead to an internal short circuit and
overheating.
Avoid interference with pacemakers
Maintain a minimum of 15 cm (6 inches) between
mobile phones and pacemakers to avoid potential
interference, as recommended by manufacturers
and the independent research group, Wireless
Technology Research. If you have any reason to
suspect that your phone is interfering with a
pacemaker or other medical device, turn off the
phone immediately and contact the manufacturer of
the pacemaker or medical device for guidance.
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Reduce the risk of repetitive motion
injuries
Do not use your phone at refuelling points (service
stations) or near fuels or chemicals. Turn off your
phone whenever directed by warning signs or
instructions. Your phone could cause explosions or
fire in and around fuel or chemical storage and
transfer areas or blasting areas. Do not store or carry
flammable liquids, gases, or explosive materials in
the same compartment as the phone, its parts, or
accessories.
While using your phone, hold the phone with a
relaxed grip, press the keys lightly, use special
features that reduce the number of keys you have to
press (such as templates and predictive text), and
take frequent breaks.
Do not use the phone if the screen is
cracked or broken
Broken glass or acrylic could cause injury to your
hand and face. Bring the phone to a Samsung
service centre to replace the screen. Damage
caused by careless handling will void your
manufacturer’s warranty.
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safety and usage information
Turn off the phone in potentially
explosive environments
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Safety precautions
Drive safely at all times
safety and usage information
Avoid using your phone while driving and obey all
regulations that restrict the use of mobile phones
while driving. Use hands-free accessories to
increase your safety when possible.
Follow all safety warnings and
regulations
Comply with any regulations that restrict the use of a
mobile phone in a certain area.
Use only Samsung-approved
accessories
Using incompatible accessories may damage your
phone or cause injury.
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Turn off the phone near medical
equipment
Your phone can interfere with medical equipment in
hospitals or health care facilities. Follow all
regulations, posted warnings, and directions from
medical personnel.
Turn off the phone or disable the
wireless functions when in an aircraft
Your phone can cause interference with aircraft
equipment. Follow all airline regulations and turn off
your phone or switch to a mode that disables the
wireless functions when directed by airline
personnel.
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Handle your phone carefully and
sensibly
• Avoid exposing batteries to very cold or very hot
temperatures (below 0° C/32° F or above 45° C/
113° F). Extreme temperatures can reduce the
charging capacity and life of your batteries.
• Prevent batteries from contacting metal objects,
as this can create a connection between the +
and - terminals of your batteries and lead to
temporary or permanent battery damage.
• Never use a damaged charger or battery.
• Do not disassemble your phone due to a risk of
electric shock.
• Do not allow your phone to get wet—liquids can
cause serious damage and will change the colour
of the label that indicates water damage inside the
phone. Do not handle your phone with wet
hands. Water damage to your phone can void
your manufacturer’s warranty.
• Avoid using or storing your phone in dusty, dirty
areas to prevent damage to moving parts.
• Your phone is a complex electronic device—
protect it from impacts and rough handling to
avoid serious damage.
• Do not paint your phone, as paint can clog
moving parts and prevent proper operation.
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safety and usage information
Protect batteries and chargers from
damage
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safety and usage information
• If your phone has a camera or light, avoid using it
close to the eyes of children or animals.
• Your phone may be damaged by exposure to
magnetic fields. Do not use carrying cases or
accessories with magnetic closures or allow your
phone to come in contact with magnetic fields for
extended periods of time.
Avoid interference with other electronic
devices
Your phone emits radio frequency (RF) signals that
may interfere with unshielded or improperly shielded
electronic equipment, such as pacemakers, hearing
aids, medical devices, and other electronic devices
in homes or vehicles. Consult the manufacturers of
your electronic devices to solve any interference
problems you experience.
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Important usage information
Use your phone in the normal position
Avoid contact with your phone’s internal antenna.
Allow only qualified personnel to service
your phone
Allowing unqualified personnel to service your phone
may result in damage to your phone and will void
your warranty.
Ensure maximum battery and charger
life
• Avoid charging batteries for more than a week, as
overcharging may shorten battery life.
• Over time, unused batteries will discharge and
must be recharged before use.
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• Disconnect chargers from power sources when
not in use.
• Use batteries only for their intended purpose.
• Do not remove a card while the phone is
transferring or accessing information, as this
could result in loss of data and/or damage to the
card or phone.
• Protect cards from strong shocks, static
electricity, and electrical noise from other devices.
• Frequent writing and erasing will shorten the life
span of memory cards.
• Do not touch gold-coloured contacts or terminals
with your fingers or metal objects. If dirty, wipe the
card with a soft cloth.
Emergency calls from your phone may not be
possible in some areas or circumstances. Before
travelling in remote or undeveloped areas, plan an
alternate method of contacting emergency services
personnel.
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
certification information
THIS MODEL MEETS INTERNATIONAL GUIDELINES
FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and
receiver. It is designed not to exceed the limits for
exposure to radio waves recommended by
international guidelines.
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safety and usage information
Handle SIM cards and memory cards
with care
Ensure access to emergency services
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safety and usage information
These guidelines were developed by the
independent scientific organisation ICNIRP and
include safety margins designed to assure the
protection of all persons, regardless of age and
health.The guidelines use a unit of measurement
known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The
SAR limit for mobile devices is 2.0 W/kg and the
highest SAR value for this device when tested at the
ear was 0.752 W/kg1. As mobile phone offer a
range of functions, they can be used in other
positions, such as on the body as described in this
user manual2. In this case, the highest tested SAR
value is 0.705 W/kg.
1. The tests are carried out in accordance with international guidelines
for testing.
2. For body worn operation, this model phone has been tested and
meets the RF exposure guidelines when used with a Samsungsupplied or approved accessory designated for this product or when
used with an accessory that contains no metal and that positions the
handset a minimum of 1.5 cm from the body.
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As SAR is measured utilising the devices highest
transmitting power the actual SAR of this device
while operating is typically below that indicated
above. This is due to automatic changes to the
power level of the device to ensure it only uses the
minimum level required to reach the network.
The World Health Organization has stated that
present scientific information does not indicate the
need for any special precautions for the use of
mobile devices. They note that if you want to reduce
your exposure then you can do so by limiting the
length of calls or using a ‘handsfree’ device to keep
the mobile phone away from the head and body.
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Correct disposal of this product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
This marking on the product, accessories
or literature indicates that the product and
its electronic accessories (e.g. charger, headset,
USB cable) should not be disposed of with other
household waste at the end of their working life. To
prevent possible harm to the environment or human
health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please
separate these items from other types of waste and
recycle them responsibly to promote the sustainable
reuse of material resources.
Business users should contact their supplier and
check the terms and conditions of the purchase
contract. This product and its electronic accessories
should not be mixed with other commercial wastes
for disposal.
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safety and usage information
(Applicable in the European Union and
other European countries with separate
collection systems)
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 these items for environmentally safe
recycling.
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Correct disposal of batteries in this
product
safety and usage information
(Applicable in the European Union and
other European countries with separate
battery return systems)
This marking on the battery, manual or
packaging indicates that the batteries in this product
should not be disposed of with other household
waste at the end of their working life. Where marked,
the chemical symbols Hg, Cd or Pb indicate that the
battery contains mercury, cadmium or lead above
the reference levels in EC Directive 2006/66. If
batteries are not properly disposed of, these
substances can cause harm to human health or the
environment.
To protect natural resources and to promote material
reuse, please separate batteries from other types of
waste and recycle them through your local, free
battery return system.
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Disclaimer
Some contents and services accessible through this
device belong to third parties and are protected by
copyright, patent, trademark and/or other intellectual
property laws. Such content and services are
provided solely for your personal noncommercial
use. You may not use any content or services in a
manner that has not been authorised by the content
owner or service provider. Without limiting the
foregoing, unless expressly authorised by the
applicable content owner or service provider, you
may not modify, copy, republish, upload, post,
transmit, translate, sell, create derivative works,
exploit, or distribute in any manner or medium any
content or services displayed through this device.
THIRD PARTY CONTENT AND SERVICES ARE
PROVIDED "AS IS." SAMSUNG DOES NOT
WARRANT CONTENT OR SERVICES SO
PROVIDED, EITHER EXPRESSLY OR IMPLIEDLY,
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Third party services may be terminated or interrupted
at any time, and Samsung makes no representation
or warranty that any content or service will remain
available for any period of time. Content and
services are transmitted by third parties by means of
networks and transmission facilities over which
Samsung has no control. Without limiting the
generality of this disclaimer, Samsung expressly
disclaims any responsibility or liability for any
interruption or suspension of any content or service
made available through this device.
Samsung is neither responsible nor liable for
customer service related to the content and
services. Any question or request for service relating
to the content or services should be made directly to
the respective content and service providers.
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safety and usage information
FOR ANY PURPOSE. SAMSUNG EXPRESSLY
DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE. SAMSUNG DOES NOT
GUARANTEE THE ACCURACY, VALIDITY,
TIMELINESS, LEGALITY, OR COMPLETENESS OF
ANY CONTENT OR SERVICE MADE AVAILABLE
THROUGH THIS DEVICE AND UNDER NO
CIRCUMSTANCES, INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE,
SHALL SAMSUNG BE LIABLE, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT OR TORT, FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, ATTORNEY FEES,
EXPENSES, OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES ARISING
OUT OF, OR IN CONNECTION WITH, ANY
INFORMATION CONTAINED IN, OR AS A RESULT
OF THE USE OF ANY CONTENT OR SERVICE BY
YOU OR ANY THIRD PARTY, EVEN IF ADVISED OF
THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES."
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Unpack
introducing your
mobile phone
In this section, learn about your mobile phone’s layout,
keys, and icons.
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Check your product box for the following items:
•
•
•
•
Mobile phone
Battery
Travel adapter (charger)
User manual
• The items supplied with your phone may
vary depending on the software and
accessories available in your region or
offered by your service provider. You can
obtain additional accessories from your local
Samsung dealer.
• The supplied accessories perform best for
your phone.
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Phone layout
The front of your phone includes the following keys
and features:
The rear of your phone includes the following keys
and features:
Camera lens
Battery cover
Hold key
Touch screen
Camera key
Volume key
Back key
Multifunction
jack
Dial key
Speaker
Internal
antenna
Power/Menu
exit key
Mouthpiece
You can lock the touch screen and keys to
prevent any unwanted phone operations. To
lock, press [HOLD]. To unlock, press and hold
[HOLD], or touch and hold the lock icon on the
screen.
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introducing your mobile phone
Earpiece
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Keys
Key
Key
Dial
introducing your mobile phone
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Function
Make or answer a call; In Idle mode,
retrieve recently dialled, missed, or
received numbers
Camera
Function
In Idle mode, turn on the camera; In
Camera mode, take a photo or
record a video
Icons
Back
In Menu mode, return to the previous
level
Power/
Menu exit
Turn the phone on and off (press and
hold); End a call; In Menu mode,
cancel input and return to Idle mode
Adjust the phone’s volume; In Idle
mode, press and hold the Volume
key down to make a fake call
SOS message feature activated
Volume
EDGE network connected
Hold
Lock the touch screen and keys;
Unlock the touch screen and keys
(press and hold)
Learn about the icons that appear on your display.
Icon
Definition
Signal strength
GPRS network connected
Call in progress
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Icon
Definition
Icon
Definition
Alarm activated
Connected to secured web page
Memory card inserted
Call diverting activated
Normal profile activated
Bluetooth activated
Silent profile activated
Bluetooth hands-free car kit or headset
connected
Battery power level
Synchronised with PC
Current time
introducing your mobile phone
Browsing the web
New text message (SMS)
New multimedia message (MMS)
New email message
New voice mail message
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Install the SIM card and battery
assembling and
preparing your
mobile phone
When you subscribe to a cellular service, you will
receive a Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card with
subscription details, such as your personal
identification number (PIN) and optional services.
To install the SIM card and battery,
1. Remove the battery cover.
Get started by assembling and setting up your mobile
phone for its first use.
If the phone is on, press and hold [
it off.
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] to turn
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2. Insert the SIM card.
3. Insert the battery.
assembling and preparing your mobile phone
4. Replace the battery cover.
• Place the SIM card in the phone with the
gold-coloured contacts facing down.
• Without inserting a SIM card, you can use
your phone’s non-network services and
some menus.
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Charge the battery
Before using the phone for the first time, you must
charge the battery.
1. Open the cover to the multifunction jack.
assembling and preparing your mobile phone
2. Plug the small end of the travel adapter into the
multifunction jack.
With the triangle
facing up
Improperly connecting the travel adapter can
cause serious damage to the phone. Any
damages by misuse are not covered by the
warranty.
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3. Plug the large end of the travel adapter into a
power outlet.
4. When the battery is fully charged (the
icon is
no longer moving), unplug the travel adapter from
the power outlet.
5. Unplug the travel adapter from the phone.
6. Close the cover to the multifunction jack.
About the low battery indicator
When your battery is low, the phone will emit a
warning tone and a low battery message. The
battery icon will also be empty and blinking. If
the battery level becomes too low, the phone
will automatically power off. Recharge your
battery to continue using your phone.
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Insert a memory card (optional)
Formatting the memory card on a PC may
cause incompatibility with your phone. Format
the memory card only on the phone.
4. Replace the battery cover.
To remove the memory card, push it gently until it
disengages from the phone, and then pull the
memory card out of the memory card slot.
assembling and preparing your mobile phone
To store additional multimedia files, you must insert a
memory card. Your phone accepts microSD™ or
microSDHC™ memory cards up to 8 GB
(depending on memory card manufacturer and
type).
3. Push the memory card in the memory card slot
until it locks in place.
1. Remove the battery cover.
2. Insert a memory card with the label side facing
up.
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Attach a hand strap (optional)
1. Remove the battery cover.
2. Slide a hand strap through the slot and hook it
over the small projection.
assembling and preparing your mobile phone
3. Replace the battery cover.
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Turn your phone on and off
using basic
functions
Learn how to perform basic operations and use the
main features of your mobile phone.
To turn your phone on,
1. Press and hold [
].
2. Enter your PIN and select Confirm (if necessary).
To turn your phone off, repeat step 1 above.
Switch to the offline profile
By switching to the offline profile, you can use your
phone’s non-network services in areas where
wireless devices are prohibited, such as aeroplane
and hospitals.
To switch to the offline profile, in Menu mode, select
Settings → Phone profiles → Offline.
Follow all posted warnings and directions from
official personnel when in areas where wireless
devices are prohibited.
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Use the touch screen
Your phone’s touch screen lets you easily select
items or perform functions. Learn basic actions to
use the touch screen.
• Drag your finger up or down to scroll through
vertical lists.
using basic functions
For the optimal use of the touch screen,
remove the screen protection film before using
your phone.
• Touch an icon to open a menu or launch an
application.
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• Drag your finger left or right to scroll through
horizontal lists.
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Access menus
Open the widget toolbar
To access your phone’s menus,
In Idle mode, select the arrow at the bottom left of
the screen to open the widget toolbar. You can
rearrange widgets on the widget toolbar or move
them to the idle screen.
1. In Idle mode, select Menu to access Menu
mode.
2. Scroll left or right through the menu screens.
Move the widgets to the idle screen
4. Press the Back key to move up one level; Press
[
] to return to Idle mode.
1. In Idle mode, scroll left or right to one of the idle
screens.
2. Open the widget toolbar.
Use widgets
Learn to use widgets on the toolbar.
• Some of your widgets connect to web
services. Selecting a web-based widget may
incur additional charges.
• Available widgets may vary depending on
your region or service provider.
3. Drag a widget from the widget toolbar to the idle
screen. You can position the widget anywhere
on the screen.
Change the widgets
1. Open the widget toolbar.
2. Select
from the widget toolbar.
3. Select the widgets you want to include to the
widget toolbar and select Save.
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using basic functions
3. Select a menu or option.
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Access help information
Adjust the volume of the key tones
Learn to access helpful information about your
phone.
In Idle mode, press the Volume key up or down and
adjust the key tone volume.
1. Open the widget toolbar.
Adjust the vibration intensity on the
touch screen
2. Select
from the widget toolbar.
using basic functions
3. Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape
view.
You can adjust the intensity of the vibration when you
tap the phone screen.
4. Select a help topic to learn about an application
or feature.
1. In Idle mode, press the Volume key.
5. Scroll left or right to get more information. To return
to the previous level, select .
Customise your phone
Get more from your phone by customising it to
match your preferences.
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2. Select Vibration and press the Volume key and
adjust the intensity of the vibration.
Switch to or from the silent profile
In Idle mode, select Keypad and touch and hold
to silence or unsilence your phone.
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Change your ringtone
Select a skin color (Menu mode)
1. In Menu mode, select Settings → Phone
profiles.
1. In Menu mode, select Settings → Display and
light → My theme.
2. Select
next to the profile you are using.
If you are using the silent or offline profile, you
are not allowed to change the ringtone.
2. Select a color pattern.
4. Select a ringtone from the list and select Save.
Lock your phone
1. In Menu mode, select Settings → Security.
5. Select Save.
To switch to another profile, select it from the list.
2. Select On under Phone lock.
Select a wallpaper (Idle mode)
4. Enter the new password again and select
Confirm.
• The first time you access a menu that
requires a password, you will be prompted to
create and confirm a password.
• Samsung is not responsible for any loss of
passwords or private information or other
damages caused by illegal software.
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1. In Menu mode, select Settings → Display and
light → Wallpaper.
2. Scroll left or right to an image.
3. Select Set.
3. Enter a new 4- to 8-digit password and select
Confirm.
using basic functions
3. Select Voice call ringtone.
3. Select Save.
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Unlock the touch screen with smart
unlock
using basic functions
By drawing a specified character on the locked
touch screen, you can unlock the screen only,
unlock and then make a call to a speed dial number,
or unlock and then launch an application. To set a
smart unlock character,
1. In Menu mode, select Settings → Smart
unlock.
Use basic call functions
Learn to make or answer calls and use basic call
functions.
During a call, your phone automatically locks
the touch screen to prevent accidental inputs.
To unlock, press and hold [HOLD].
Make a call
2. Select On under Gesture unlock.
1. In Idle mode, select Keypad and enter an area
code and a phone number.
3. Select an unlock option.
2. Press [
4. Select a speed dial number to dial or select an
application to launch (if necessary).
3. To end the call, press [
5. Select a character for the smart unlock feature.
Answer a call
6. Select the Back key (if necessary).
1. When a call comes in, press [
7. Select Save.
2. To end the call, press [
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] to dial the number.
].
].
].
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Adjust the volume
Use the headset
To adjust the volume during a call, press the Volume
key up or down.
By plugging the supplied headset into the
multifunction jack, you can make and answer calls:
Use the speakerphone feature
2. To switch back to the earpiece, select Speaker
again.
In noisy environments, you may have difficulty
hearing the calls while using the speakerphone
feature. For better performance, use the normal
phone mode.
Send and view messages
Learn to send or view text (SMS), multimedia (MMS),
or email messages.
Send a text or multimedia message
1. In Menu mode, select Messages → Create
message → Message.
2. Select Tap to add recipient → Enter manually.
3. Enter a recipient number and select Done.
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1. During a call, select Speaker → Yes to activate
the speaker.
• To redial the last call, press and hold the headset
button, and then press again and hold.
• To answer a call, press the headset button.
• To end a call, press and hold the headset button.
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4. Select Tap to add text.
7. Enter your email text and select Done.
5. Enter your message text and select Done.
X Enter text
For sending as a text message, skip to step 7.
For attaching multimedia, continue with step 6.
8. Select Add files and attach a file (if necessary).
6. Select Add media and add an item.
using basic functions
7. Select Send to send the message.
Send an email
1. In Menu mode, select Messages → Create
message → Email.
2. Select Tap to add recipient → Enter manually.
3. Enter an email address and select Done.
4. Select Tap to add subject.
5. Enter a subject and select Done.
6. Select Tap to add text.
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9. Select Send to send the message.
Enter text
When entering text, you can change the text input
mode:
• To change case or switch to Number or Symbol
mode, select T9Ab at the bottom centre of the
screen. Depending on your region, you may be
able to access an input mode for your specific
language.
• To enter text in T9 mode, select T9.
• To switch to Symbol mode, select .
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Enter text in one of the following modes:
View text or multimedia messages
Function
Select an appropriate virtual key until the
character you want appears on the display.
1. In Menu mode, select Messages → Inbox.
1. Select the appropriate virtual keys to
enter an entire word.
2. When the word displays correctly, select
to insert a space. If the correct word
does not display, select
and an
alternate word from the list that appears.
View an email
Number
Select an appropriate virtual key to enter a
number.
4. Select an email or a header.
Symbol
Select an appropriate virtual key to enter a
symbol.
Mode
ABC
1. In Menu mode, select Messages → Email
inbox.
2. Select an account.
3. Select Download.
5. If you selected a header, select Retrieve to view
the body of the email.
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using basic functions
T9
2. Select a text or multimedia message.
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Add and find contacts
Add a new contact
3. Select the contact’s name from the search list.
Once you have found a contact, you can:
• call the contact by selecting
→
• edit the contact information by selecting Edit
1. In Idle mode, select Keypad and enter a phone
number.
Use basic camera functions
Learn the basics of using the phonebook feature.
using basic functions
2. Select
→ Add to Phonebook → New.
3. Select Phone or SIM.
Learn the basics to capture and view photos and
videos.
4. Enter contact information.
Capture photos
5. Select Save to add the contact to memory.
1. In Idle mode, press [
Find a contact
2. Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape
view.
1. In Menu mode, select Phonebook.
2. Select the search field, enter the first few letters
of the name you want to find, and select Done.
You can also drag to select the first letter of the
name.
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] to turn on the camera.
3. Aim the lens at the subject and make any
adjustments.
• To select the time delay, select .
• To set the exposure value, select .
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4. Press [ ] to take a photo.
The photo is saved automatically.
After capturing photos, select
to view photos.
3. Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape
view.
To zoom in or out,
5. Press [
• touch and hold the screen. When appears,
scroll up or down.
To exit the zoom screen, press the Back key.
6. Press
or [ ] to stop recording.
The video is saved automatically.
After capturing videos, select
to view videos.
Capture videos
View videos
View photos
1. In Idle mode, press [
2. Select
] to turn on the camera.
to switch to Recording mode.
using basic functions
In Menu mode, select My files → Images → My
photos → a photo file.
4. Aim the lens at the subject and make any
adjustments.
• To charge the recording mode, select .
• To select the time delay, select .
• To set the exposure value, select .
] to start recording.
In Menu mode, select My files → Videos → My
video clips → a video file.
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Listen to music
Learn how to listen to music via the music player or
FM radio.
Listen to the FM radio
4. Control the FM radio using the following icons:
Icon
Function
Select a radio station saved in the favourite
list X p. 47
using basic functions
1. Plug the supplied headset into the phone’s
multifunction jack.
Set your phone to re-tune frequencies for
stations; Set your phone to switch to
another channel of the current radio station
when signals become too weak
2. In Menu mode, select FM radio.
Change the sound output
3. Select Yes to start automatic tuning.
The radio scans and saves available stations
automatically.
The first time you turn on the FM radio, you will
be prompted to start automatic tuning.
Tune a radio station; Select a saved radio
station (touch and hold)
Turn on the FM radio
Turn off the FM radio
5. To turn off the FM radio, select
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Listen to music files
Start by transferring files to your phone or memory
card:
1. In Menu mode, select Music player.
2. Select a music category → a music file.
3. Control playback using the following icons:
Icon
Function
Pause playback
Resume playback
Skip backward; Scan backward in a file
(touch and hold)
Skip forward; Scan forward in a file (touch
and hold)
Change the sound effect
Change the repeat mode
Activate Shuffle mode
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using basic functions
• Download from the wireless web. X p. 34
• Download from a PC with the optional Samsung
PC Studio. X p. 45
• Receive via Bluetooth. X p. 50
• Copy to your memory card. X p. 45
• Synchronise with Windows Media Player 11.
X p. 46
After transferring music files to your phone or
memory card,
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Browse the web
Browse web pages
Learn to access and bookmark your favourite web
pages.
1. In Menu mode, select Internet → Home to
launch your service provider’s homepage.
using basic functions
• You may incur additional charges for
accessing the web and downloading media.
• The browser menus may be labelled
differently depending on your service
provider.
• Available icons may vary depending on your
region or service provider.
2. Navigate web pages using the following icons:
Icon
Function
Move backward or forward on a web
page
Stop loading the web page
Refresh the current web page
Change the view mode
Open a list of saved bookmarks
Change the web page to the landscape
orientation
Access a list of browser options
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Bookmark your favourite web pages
Use the Google services
1. In Menu mode, select Internet → Bookmarks.
Learn how to use various Google services.
2. Select Add.
3. Enter a web address (URL) and a page title.
4. Select Save.
Learn to search, browse, buy, and download media
files to your phone. Available files depend on your
service provider.
In Menu mode, select Downloads.
This feature may be unavailable depending on
your region or service provider.
Connect to Google Search
1. In Menu mode, select Google → Search.
2. Enter a keyword in the search field.
Connect to Google Mail
1. In Menu mode, select Google → Mail.
2. Set up your Google account and sign in.
3. Send or receive emails.
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using basic functions
Download media files
• Some services may be unavailable
depending on your region or service
provider.
• The steps you must select to use this
feature may differ depending on your region
or service provider.
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Connect to Google Maps
To search the map,
1. In Menu mode, select Google → Maps.
2. Scroll through the map.
using basic functions
3. Zoom in or out on the location you want.
To search for a specific location,
1. In Menu mode, select Google → Maps.
2. Select Menu → Search Map and enter the
address or the category of the business.
To get directions to a specific destination,
1. In Menu mode, select Google → Maps.
2. Select Menu → Get Directions.
3. Enter the addresses of the starting location and
the ending location.
4. Select Show directions to view on the map.
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Use advanced call functions
using advanced
functions
Learn how to perform advanced operations and use
additional features of your mobile phone.
Learn about your phone’s additional calling
capabilities.
View and dial missed calls
Your phone will display calls you have missed on the
display. To dial the number of a missed call,
1. Select the missed call you want to dial from the
event alert widget.
2. Press [
] to dial.
Call a recently dialled number
1. In Idle mode, press [
recent numbers.
] to display a list of
2. Select to the number you want and select
press [
] to dial.
or
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using advanced functions
Hold a call or retrieve a held call
Answer a second call
Select Hold to place a call on hold or select
Retrieve to retrieve a held call.
If your network supports this function, you can
answer a second incoming call:
Dial a second call
1. Press [
] to answer the second call.
The first call is automatically placed on hold.
If your network supports this function, you can dial
another number during a call:
2. Select Swap to switch between the calls.
1. Select Hold to place the first call on hold.
Make a multiparty call (conference call)
2. Enter the second number to dial and press
[
].
1. Call the first party you want to add to the
multiparty call.
3. Select Swap to switch between the two calls.
2. While connected to the first party, call the
second party.
The first party is automatically placed on hold.
4. To end the call on hold, select On hold and
press [
].
5. To end the current call, press [
].
3. When connected to the second party, select
Join.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to add more parties (if
necessary).
5. To end the multiparty call, press [
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Call an international number
Reject a call
1. In Idle mode, select Keypad and touch and hold
0 to insert the + character.
To reject an incoming call, press [
hear a busy tone.
2. Enter the complete number you want to dial
(country code, area code, and phone number),
and then press [
] to dial.
To reject calls from certain numbers automatically,
use the auto rejection. To activate the auto rejection
and set up the reject list,
Call a contact from the phonebook
1. In Menu mode, select Settings → Application
settings → Call → All calls → Auto reject.
1. In Menu mode, select Phonebook.
2. Select the contact you want.
3. Select
.
next to the number you want to dial →
2. Select On under Activation.
3. Select Add number under Reject list.
4. Select the number input field.
5. Enter a number to reject and select Done →
Save.
6. Repeat steps 3-5 to add more numbers.
7. Select the check boxes next to the number.
8. Select Save.
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using advanced functions
You can call numbers directly from the phonebook
using stored contacts. X p. 30
]. The caller will
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Use advanced phonebook functions
3. Select Add.
Learn to create your namecard, set favourite
numbers, and create groups of contacts.
4. Select a contact.
The contact is saved to the favourite number.
• You can call this contact by touching and
holding the assigned number in the dialling
screen.
• The first 5 favourite numbers will be assigned
to the favourite contacts ( ) on the widget
toolbar.
Create your namecard
1. In Menu mode, select Phonebook.
using advanced functions
2. Select More → My namecard.
3. Enter your personal details and select Save.
You can send your namecard by attaching it to
a message or email or transferring it via the
Bluetooth wireless feature.
Set favourite numbers
1. In Menu mode, select Phonebook.
2. Select the Contacts drop-down menu and
select Favourites.
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Create a group of contacts
By creating groups of contacts, you can assign
group names, ringtones, caller ID photos, and
vibration type to each group or send messages or
emails to an entire group. Start by creating a group:
1. In Menu mode, select Phonebook.
2. Select the Contacts drop-down menu and
select Groups.
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3. Select Create group.
Use advanced messaging functions
4. Set a group name, the caller ID photo, a group
ringtone, and vibration type.
Learn to create and use templates to create new
messages, and create message folders.
5. Select Save.
6. Select Yes and add contacts to the group (if
necessary).
2. Select Create to open a new template window.
Your phone automatically adds contacts you
frequently use to the photo contacts list. From the
photo contacts, you can make calls or send
messages.
3. Select Tap to add text.
4. Enter your text and select Done.
5. Select Save.
Create a multimedia template
1. In Menu mode, select Photo contacts.
2. Select a photo contact.
3. Select
to dial the number or select
send a message.
1. In Menu mode, select Messages → Templates
→ Text templates.
to
1. In Menu mode, select Messages → Templates
→ Multimedia templates.
2. Select Create to open a new template window.
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using advanced functions
Make calls or send messages from
photos
Create a text template
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3. Create a multimedia message, with a subject
and desired attachments, to use as your
template. X p. 27
4. Select Save.
Insert text templates in new messages
using advanced functions
1. To start a new message, in Menu mode, select
Messages → Create message → a message
type.
Create a folder to manage messages
1. In Menu mode, select Messages → My folders.
2. Select Create folder.
3. Enter a new folder name and select Done.
Move messages from a message folder to your
folders to manage them as your preferences.
Use advanced camera functions
2. Select More → Insert → Text template → a
template.
Learn how to capture photos in various modes and
customise camera settings.
Create a message from a multimedia
template
Capture photos in Smile shot mode
1. In Menu mode, select Messages → Templates
→ Multimedia templates.
2. Select
next to the template you want.
Your template opens as a new multimedia
message.
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1. In Idle mode, press [
] to turn on the camera.
2. Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape
view.
3. Select
→ Smile shot.
4. Make any necessary adjustments.
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5. Press [
Capture panoramic photos
].
6. Aim the camera lens at your subject.
Your phone recognises people in an image and
detects their smiles. When the subject smiles,
the phone automatically takes a photo.
1. In Idle mode, press [
Capture a series of photos
4. Make any necessary adjustments.
1. In Idle mode, press [
5. Press [
3. Select
→ Continuous.
4. Make any necessary adjustments.
5. Press and hold [ ] until the number of photos
you want have been taken.
The photos are saved automatically.
3. Select
→ Panorama.
] to take the first photo.
6. Slowly move the phone to the direction you
want. When you align the small white frame with
, the phone captures the next photo
automatically.
7. Repeat step 6 to complete the panoramic photo.
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using advanced functions
] to turn on the camera.
2. Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape
view.
] to turn on the camera.
2. Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape
view.
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Use camera options
Before capturing a photo, select
following options:
Option
Option
to access the
Effects
Function
Apply a special effect
Video quality
Adjust the quality of your video clips
using advanced functions
Resolution
Function
Change the resolution option
Customise camera settings
White balance
Adjust the colour balance
Effects
Apply a special effect
Before capturing a photo, select
the following:
Exposuremeter
Select a type of exposure metre
Image quality
Adjust the quality of your photos
Night
Set whether to use Night shot mode
Before capturing a video, select
following options:
Option
Function
Change the resolution option
White balance
Adjust the colour balance
to access
Function
Change the preview screen
Review
Set the camera to switch to the
preview screen after capturing
photos
Shutter sound
Select a sound to accompany the
shutter action
Storage
Select a memory location to store
new photos
to access the
Resolution
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Setting
Guidelines
→
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Before capturing a video, select
the following:
Setting
→
to access
3. Run Samsung PC Studio and copy files from the
PC to the phone.
Refer to the Samsung PC Studio help for more
information.
Function
Change the preview screen
Audio recording
Turn the audio on or off
Copy music files to a memory card
Storage
Select a memory location to store
new video clips
1. Insert a memory card.
Use advanced music functions
Learn to prepare music files, create playlists, and
store radio stations.
Copy music files via Samsung PC Studio
1. In Menu mode, select Settings → Phone
settings → PC connections → Samsung PC
studio or Mass storage → Save.
2. Using an optional PC data cable, connect the
multifunction jack on your phone to a PC.
2. In Menu mode, select Settings → Phone
settings → PC connections → Mass storage
→ Save.
3. Press [
] to return to Idle mode.
4. Using an optional PC data cable, connect the
multifunction jack on your phone to a PC.
When connected, a pop-up window will appear
on the PC.
5. Open a folder to view files.
6. Copy files from the PC to the memory card.
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Guidelines
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Synchronise your phone with Windows
Media Player
Create a playlist
1. In Menu mode, select Settings → Phone
settings → PC connections → Media player →
Save.
2. Select Create.
2. Press [
] to return to Idle mode.
using advanced functions
3. Using an optional PC data cable, connect the
multifunction jack on your phone to a PC with
Windows Media Player installed.
When connected, a pop-up window will appear
on the PC.
1. In Menu mode, select Music player → Playlists.
3. Select the text input field.
4. Enter a title for your new playlist and select
Done.
5. To assign an image to the playlist, select Tap to
edit and select an image or capture a new
photo.
6. Select Save.
4. Open Windows Media Player to synchronise
music files.
7. Select the new playlist.
5. Edit or enter your phone’s name in the pop-up
window (if necessary).
9. Select the files you want to include and select
Add.
6. Select and drag the music files you want to the
sync list.
7. Start synchronisation.
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8. Select Add → Tracks.
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Customise your music player settings
Store radio stations automatically
1. In Menu mode, select Music player.
1. Plug the supplied headset into the phone’s
multifunction jack.
2. Select Settings.
3. Adjust the settings to customise your music
player.
Option
Music menu
4. Select Save.
Select music categories to display
in the music library screen
3. Select
to start the FM radio.
4. Select More → Self-tuning.
using advanced functions
Background
playing
Function
Set whether to play music in the
background when you end the
music player
2. In Menu mode, select FM radio.
5. Select Yes to confirm (if necessary).
The radio scans and saves available stations
automatically.
Set up your favourite radio station list
1. Plug the supplied headset into the phone’s
multifunction jack.
2. In Menu mode, select FM radio.
3. Select
to start the FM radio.
4. Select a radio station to add to the favourite list.
5. Tap Add to Favourites.
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Find information of music
Learn to access an online music service and get
information about the songs you hear while on the
move.
1. In Menu mode, select Find music.
2. Select Find music to connect to the server.
using advanced functions
3. When the phone is successfully registered,
select
to record a part of music you want to
find.
Some service providers may not support this
service and the database may not have
information for all songs.
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Use the Bluetooth wireless feature
using tools and
applications
Learn how to work with your mobile phone’s tools
and additional applications.
Learn about your phone’s ability to connect to other
wireless devices for exchanging data and using
hands-free features.
Turn on the Bluetooth wireless feature
1. In Menu mode, select Bluetooth.
2. Select the circle in the centre to turn on the
Bluetooth wireless feature.
3. To allow other devices to locate your phone,
select Settings → On under My phone’s
visibility → a visibility option → Save → Save.
If you selected Custom, set duration that your
phone is visible.
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Find and pair with other Bluetoothenabled devices
Send data using the Bluetooth wireless
feature
1. In Menu mode, select Bluetooth → Search.
1. Select the file or item from one of your phone’s
applications that you want to send.
2. Select and drag a device icon into the centre.
using tools and applications
3. Enter a PIN for the Bluetooth wireless feature or
the other device’s Bluetooth PIN, if it has one,
and select Done.
When the owner of the other device enters the
same code or accepts the connection, pairing is
complete.
You may not need to enter a PIN depending on
the device.
2. Select Send via or Send URL via → Bluetooth
or select More → Send namecard via →
Bluetooth.
Receive data using the Bluetooth
wireless feature
1. Enter the PIN for the Bluetooth wireless feature
and select Done (if necessary).
2. Select Yes to confirm that you are willing to
receive data from the device (if necessary).
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Use Remote SIM mode
Activate and send an SOS message
In Remote SIM mode, you can make or answer calls
only with a connected Bluetooth hands-free car kit
via the SIM card on your phone.
When you have an emergency, you can send an
SOS message asking for help.
To activate Remote SIM mode,
2. Select On under Remote SIM mode.
1. In Menu mode, select Messages → SOS
messages → Sending options.
3. Select Save.
To use Remote SIM mode, start the Bluetooth
connection from a Bluetooth hands-free car kit.
2. Select On to turn on the SOS messaging
feature.
The Bluetooth hands-free car kit must be
authorised. To authorise, select the device and
select Authorise device.
3. Select the recipient field to open the recipient list.
4. Select the recipient input field.
5. Enter a phone number and select Done.
6. Select OK to save the recipients.
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using tools and applications
1. In Menu mode, select Bluetooth → Settings.
This feature may be unavailable depending on
your region or service provider.
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7. Select the Repeat drop-down menu and select
the number of times to repeat the SOS
message.
using tools and applications
8. Select Save → Yes.
To send an SOS message, the touch screen and
the keys must be locked. Press the Volume key four
times.
Once you send an SOS message, all phone
functions will be suspended until you press and
hold [HOLD]. If you press [
], phone
functions will be available, but the keys will
remain locked.
Activate the mobile tracker
When someone inserts a new SIM card in your
phone, the mobile tracker feature will automatically
send the contact number to two recipients to help
you locate and recover your phone. To activate the
mobile tracker,
1. In Menu mode, select Settings → Security →
Mobile tracker.
2. Enter your password and select Confirm.
3. Select On to turn on the mobile tracker.
4. Select the recipient field to open the recipient list.
5. Select the recipient input field.
6. Enter a phone number and select Done.
7. Select OK to save the recipients.
8. Select the sender input field.
9. Enter the sender’s name and select Done.
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10. Select Save → Accept.
4. Select
to start recording.
5. Speak into the microphone.
Make fake calls
Make a fake call
6. When you are finished speaking, select
.
7. Press the Back key.
8. Select Save to set the recording as a response
for the fake call.
Change the time delay before fake calls
In Idle mode, press and hold the Volume key down.
1. In Menu mode, select Settings → Application
settings → Call → Fake call → Fake call timer.
Record a voice
2. Select an option and select Save.
1. In Menu mode, select Settings → Application
settings → Call → Fake call → Fake call voice.
2. Select On under Fake call voice.
3. Select Voice recording.
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using tools and applications
You can simulate an incoming call when you want to
get out of meetings or unwanted conversations. You
can also make it appear as if you are talking on the
phone by playing back a recorded voice.
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Record and play voice memos
3. Control playback using the following icons:
Icon
Learn to operate your phone’s voice recorder.
Function
Pause playback
using tools and applications
Record a voice memo
Resume playback
1. In Menu mode, select Voice recorder.
Scan backward in a file (touch and hold)
2. Select
Scan forward in a file (touch and hold)
to start recording.
3. Speak your memo into the microphone.
4. When you are finished speaking, select
Your memo is saved automatically.
.
Edit images
Learn to edit images and apply fun effects.
Play a voice memo
Apply effects to images
1. In Menu mode, select My files → Sounds →
Voice clips.
1. In Menu mode, select My files → Images → My
photos → a photo file.
2. Select a file.
2. Select
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3. Select Edit → Effects → an effect option (filter,
style, warp, or partial blur).
4. Select a variation of the effect to apply and select
Done.
To apply a blur effect to a specific area of an
image, draw a rectangle and select Blur →
Done.
3. Adjust the image as desired and select Done.
4. Save the edited image with a new file name.
Refer to steps 5-7 in “Apply effects to images.”
Transform an image
6. Select a memory location (if necessary).
1. Open an image to be edited. Refer to steps 1-2
in “Apply effects to images.”
7. Enter a new file name for the image and select
Done.
2. Select Edit → Transform → Resize, Rotate, or
Flip.
1. Open an image to be edited. Refer to steps 1-2
in “Apply effects to images.”
3. Rotate or flip the image as desired and select
Done.
To resize the image, select a size and select
Save → Done.
2. Select Edit → Adjust → an adjustment option
(brightness, contrast, or colour).
4. Save the edited image with a new file name.
Refer to steps 5-7 in “Apply effects to images.”
Adjust an image
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using tools and applications
5. When you are finished, select Files → Save as.
To adjust the image automatically, select Auto
level.
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Crop an image
1. Open an image to be edited. Refer to steps 1-2
in “Apply effects to images.”
2. Select Edit → Crop.
3. Draw the rectangle over the area you want to
crop and select Crop → Done.
using tools and applications
4. Save the edited image with a new file name.
Refer to steps 5-7 in “Apply effects to images.”
Insert a visual feature
1. Open an image to be edited. Refer to steps 1-2
in “Apply effects to images.”
2. Select Edit → Insert → a visual feature (frame,
image, clip art, emoticon, or text).
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3. Select a visual feature, enter text and select
Done.
4. Move or resize the visual feature or text and
select Done or OK.
5. Save the edited image with a new file name.
Refer to steps 5-7 in “Apply effects to images.”
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Print images
Learn to print your images with a USB connection or
the Bluetooth wireless feature.
To print an image using a USB connection,
2. Open an image. X p. 31
3. Select More → Print via → USB.
4. Set print options and print the image.
To print an image using the Bluetooth wireless
feature,
1. Open an image. X p. 31
2. Select More → Print via → Bluetooth.
4. Set print options and print the image.
Upload photos and videos to upload
Learn to post your photos and videos to photo
sharing websites and blogs.
Communities may be unavailable depending
on your region or service provider.
Set your favorite destination list
1. In Menu mode, select Communities.
2. Select Yes to set your favourite destination list (if
necessary).
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using tools and applications
1. Connect the multifunction jack on your phone to
a compatible printer.
3. Select a Bluetooth-enabled printer and pair with
the printer. X p. 50
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3. Select Accept to confirm that you agree to the
general disclaimer.
The first time you access Communities, you
will be prompted to confirm.
using tools and applications
4. Select the destinations you want to add and
select Save.
If you selected Update lists, new destination
sites are added to the list automatically.
To edit the favourite destination list or update
the lists, from the Communities screen, select
Settings → Preferred lists → Edit.
Upload a file
To upload photos and videos, you must have
accounts of photo sharing websites and blogs.
1. In Menu mode, select Communities.
2. Select Upload to web.
3. Select a destination you want to post to.
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4. Select Tap to add → a media file.
5. Enter the post details and select Upload.
6. Enter the user ID and password of the
destination (if necessary).
You can also upload media files from Camera
or My files by selecting
or More → Upload
to web.
View a file
1. In Menu mode, select Communities.
2. Select a website or blog to view files.
3. Enter the user ID and password of the
destination (if necessary).
Customise the Communities settings
1. In Menu mode, select Communities.
2. Select Settings.
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3. Adjust the settings.
Setting
Upload details
Preferred lists
Function
View details of your last upload
Edit favourite destinations
Change the image size to upload
Upload
reservation
Set your phone to upload files to
a destination automatically at the
scheduled time
Account
manager
Log in to a website or blog or log
out
Communities
profiles
Change the connection profile
Disclaimer
View the disclaimer information
Learn to use games and applications powered by
award-winning Java technology.
The download of Java files may not be
supported depending on the software of the
phone.
Download games or applications
1. In Menu mode, select Games and more →
More games.
Your phone connects to the website preset by
your service provider.
2. Search for a game or application and download it
to the phone.
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using tools and applications
Image resize
Use Java-powered games and
applications
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Play games
Synchronise data
1. In Menu mode, select Games and more.
Learn to synchronise contacts, calendar events,
tasks, and memos with the web server you have
specified.
using tools and applications
2. Select a game from the list and follow the onscreen instructions.
Available games may vary, depending on your
region or service provider. Game controls and
options may vary.
Launch applications
1. In Menu mode, select Games and more → an
application.
2. Select More to access a list of various options
and settings for your application.
Create a synchronisation profile
1. In Menu mode, select Synchronise.
2. Select Add and specify profile parameters.
3. When you are finished, select Save.
Start synchronisation
1. In Menu mode, select Synchronise.
2. Select a synchronisation profile.
3. Select Continue to start synchronisation with the
web server you have specified.
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Create and view world clocks
Add a world clock to your display
Learn to view the time in another region and set
world clocks to appear on your display.
With the dual clock widget, you can view clocks with
two different time zones on your display.
After you have created world clocks,
Create a world clock
1. In Menu mode, select World clock.
1. In Menu mode, select World clock.
3. Select the world clock you want to add.
3. Select a time zone.
4. To set daylight saving time, select
using tools and applications
2. Select Set as second clock.
2. Select Add.
.
4. Select Set.
5. Select OK to create your world clock.
The world clock is set as the second clock.
6. Select Add to add more world clocks (step 3).
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Set and use alarms
Stop an alarm
Learn to set and control alarms for important events.
When the alarm sounds,
Set a new alarm
1. In Menu mode, select Alarms.
using tools and applications
2. Select Create alarm.
3. Set alarm details.
4. Select Save.
The auto power-up feature sets the phone to
automatically turn on and sound the alarm at
the designated time if the phone is turned off.
• Drag the slider to Stop to stop the alarm without
snooze.
• Drag the slider to Stop to stop the alarm with
snooze or drag the slider to Snooze to silence the
alarm for the snooze period.
Deactivate an alarm
1. In Menu mode, select Alarms.
2. Select Off next to the alarm you want to
deactivate.
Use the calculator
1. In Menu mode, select Calculator.
2. Use the keys that correspond to the calculator
display to perform basic mathematical
operations.
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Convert currencies or
measurements
Use the stopwatch
1. In Menu mode, select Convertor → a
conversion type.
2. Select Start to begin the stopwatch.
2. Enter the currencies or measurements and units
in the appropriate fields.
4. When you are finished, select Stop.
1. In Menu mode, select Timer.
2. Set the length of time to count down.
3. Select Start to begin the countdown.
4. When the timer expires, drag the slider to Stop
to stop the alert.
3. Select Lap to record lap times.
5. Select Reset to clear recorded times.
using tools and applications
Set a countdown timer
1. In Menu mode, select Stopwatch.
Create new tasks
1. In Menu mode, select Task.
2. Select Create task.
3. Enter the details of the task.
4. Select Save.
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Create text memos
Create an event
1. In Menu mode, select Memo.
1. In Menu mode, select Calendar.
2. Select Create memo.
2. Select Create event → an event type.
3. Enter your memo text and select Done.
3. Enter the details of the event as required.
4. Select Save.
using tools and applications
Manage your calendar
Learn to change the calendar view and create
events.
View events
To view events of a specific date,
1. In Menu mode, select Calendar.
Change the calendar view
2. Select a date on the calendar.
1. In Menu mode, select Calendar.
3. Select an event to view its details.
To view all saved events,
2. Select More → View by day or View by week.
1. In Menu mode, select Calendar.
2. Select Event list → an event type.
3. Select an event to view its details.
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troubleshooting
If you are having trouble with your mobile phone, try these troubleshooting procedures before contacting a service
professional.
When you turn on your phone or while you are
using the phone, it prompts you to enter one of
the following codes:
Code
Password
PIN
Try this to solve the problem:
When the phone lock feature is
enabled, you must enter the password
you set for the phone.
When using the phone for the first time
or when the PIN requirement is
enabled, you must enter the PIN
supplied with the SIM card. You can
disable this feature by using the PIN
lock menu.
Code
PUK
PIN2
Try this to solve the problem:
Your SIM card is blocked, usually as a
result of entering your PIN incorrectly
several times. You must enter the PUK
supplied by your service provider.
When you access a menu requiring the
PIN2, you must enter the PIN2 supplied
with the SIM card. For details, contact
your service provider.
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The phone prompts you to insert the SIM card.
Ensure that the SIM card is installed correctly.
troubleshooting
Your phone displays “Service unavailable” or
“Network error.”
• When you are in areas with weak signals or poor
reception, you may lose reception. Move to
another area and try again.
• You cannot access some options without a
subscription. Contact your service provider for
more details.
You enter a number, but the call is not dialled.
• Ensure that you have pressed the Dial key: [
].
• Ensure that you have accessed the right cellular
network.
• Ensure that you have not set call barring for the
phone number.
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Another caller cannot reach you.
• Ensure that your phone is turned on.
• Ensure that you have accessed the right cellular
network.
• Ensure that you have not set call barring for the
phone number.
Another caller cannot hear you speaking.
• Ensure that you are not covering the built-in
microphone.
• Ensure that the microphone is close to your
mouth.
• If using a headset, ensure that it is properly
connected.
The phone beeps and the battery icon flashes.
Your battery is low. Recharge or replace the battery to
continue using the phone.
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The audio quality of the call is poor.
• Ensure that you are not blocking the phone’s
internal antenna.
• When you are in areas with weak signals or poor
reception, you may lose reception. Move to
another area and try again.
Your phone is hot to the touch.
When you use applications that require more power,
your phone may heat up.
troubleshooting
You select a contact to call, but the call is not
dialled.
• Ensure that the correct number is stored in the
contact list.
• Re-enter and save the number, if necessary.
The battery does not charge properly or
sometimes the phone turns itself off.
• The battery terminals may be dirty. Wipe both
gold-coloured contacts with a clean, soft cloth
and try charging the battery again.
• If the battery will no longer charge completely,
dispose of the old battery properly and replace it
with a new battery.
This is normal and should not affect your phone’s
lifespan or performance.
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