Samsung | SCH-V122 | Samsung SCH-V122 User guide

* Some of the contents in this manual may differ from your phone,
depending on the software installed or your service provider.
PORTABLE CELLULAR
TELEPHONE
SCH-V122
User’s Manual
ELECTRONICS
World Wide Web
http://www.samsungmobile.com
Printed in Korea
Code No. : GH68-05644A
English. 11/2004. Rev.1.0
Table of contents
Important safety precautions ................................. 6
Unpacking .............................................................. 8
Your phone ............................................................. 9
Phone layout ............................................................. 9
Display................................................................... 13
Service light............................................................ 15
Camera .................................................................. 15
Flash...................................................................... 16
Getting started ..................................................... 17
Using the battery..................................................... 17
Switching on or off the phone.................................... 22
Your phone’s modes................................................. 23
Call functions........................................................ 25
Making a call ...........................................................
Ending a call ...........................................................
Using the recent call logs ..........................................
Making a call from Phonebook ...................................
Speed-dialing ..........................................................
Four-digit dialing .....................................................
Pause dialing...........................................................
Adjusting the volume during a call .............................
Silencing a call ringer ...............................................
Rejecting a call........................................................
Answering a call ......................................................
Viewing missed calls ................................................
Options during a call ................................................
Call forwarding ........................................................
Call waiting.............................................................
Three-way calling ....................................................
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Using the menus................................................... 40
Accessing menu modes ............................................
Accessing a menu function by scrolling .......................
Using shortcuts .......................................................
List of menu functions ..............................................
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My Phone.............................................................. 49
Start menu (
-OK-1) ............................................. 49
-OK-2) ........................................... 50
Menu Screen (
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Table of contents
Table of contents
Banner (
-OK-3) ...................................................
-OK-4) ...............................................
Text Slide (
-OK-5) .........................................
Dialpad Setup (
(
-OK-6) ........................................
Language/
-OK-7) .....................................
Flashlight Setting (
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Phonebook............................................................ 54
Find Number (MENU 1-1) ...........................................
Outgoing Call (MENU 1-2) ..........................................
Incoming Call (MENU 1-3)..........................................
Missed Call (MENU 1-4) .............................................
Store Number (MENU 1-5) .........................................
Call Alert (MENU 1-6) ................................................
Edit Group (MENU 1-7) ..............................................
Reset Phonebook (MENU 1-8) .....................................
My Number (MENU 1-#) ............................................
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59
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63
Internet/SMS ....................................................... 64
VAS (MENU 2-1) ....................................................... 64
Message (MENU 2-2) ................................................. 70
Set Modem (MENU 2-3) ............................................. 78
Useful Tools.......................................................... 80
Embedded melodies (MENU 3-1) .................................
Animations&Images (MENU 3-2) .................................
I. Beam (MENU 3-3)..................................................
Bomb link (MENU 3-4) ...............................................
Memory Status (MENU 3-5)........................................
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Organizer.............................................................. 91
Morning Call (MENU 4-1) ........................................... 91
Alarm Clock (MENU 4-2) ............................................ 92
Scheduler (MENU 4-3) ............................................... 93
Memo Pad (MENU 4-4) .............................................. 96
Calculator (MENU 4-5) ............................................... 97
World time (MENU 4-6) ............................................. 97
D-Day Plus (MENU 4-7) ............................................. 98
Time Manager (MENU 4-8) ....................................... 100
3G-TV ................................................................. 101
Video portal (MENU 5-1) ..........................................
Music&Vclips (MENU 5-2) ..........................................
TV channels (MENU 5-3) ..........................................
Live Bell/Screen (MENU 5-4) ....................................
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Video/Photo Mail (MENU 5-5) ................................... 106
Configuration (MENU 5-6) ........................................ 115
Digital Camcorder ............................................... 117
Recording (MENU 6-1) .............................................
Photo Album (MENU 6-2) .........................................
Video Album (MENU 6-3) .........................................
Photo Mail (MENU 6-4) ............................................
Video Mail (MENU 6-5) ............................................
Setup (MENU 6-6) ..................................................
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125
128
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137
Voice Tools ......................................................... 139
Voice Memo (MENU 7-1) .......................................... 139
Voice Answer (MENU 7-2) ........................................ 141
Setting................................................................ 143
Sounds (MENU 8-1) ................................................
Display/Light (MENU 8-2) ........................................
Intl Prefix (MENU 8-3) .............................................
Call Answer (MENU 8-4) ..........................................
Change Lock (MENU 8-5) .........................................
Security (MENU 8-6) ...............................................
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147
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Health and safety information ............................ 151
Exposure to radio frequency (RF) signals ..................
For body operation.................................................
Precautions when using batteries .............................
Road safety ..........................................................
Operating environment...........................................
Electronic devices ..................................................
Potentially Explosive Environments ..........................
Emergency calls ....................................................
Other important safety information ..........................
Care and maintenance............................................
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Glossary ............................................................. 163
Index.................................................................. 166
Quick reference card........................................... 169
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Important safety precautions
Important safety
precautions
Read these guidelines before using your wireless
phone. Failure to comply with them may be
dangerous or illegal.
Road safety at all times
Do not use a hand-held phone while driving; park
the vehicle first.
Switching off when refuelling
Do not use the phone at a refuelling point (service
station) or near fuels or chemicals.
Switching off in an aircraft
Wireless phones can cause interference. Using them
in an aircraft is both illegal and dangerous.
Switching off near all medical equipment
Sensible Use
Use only in the normal position (held to the ear).
Avoid unnecessary contact with the antenna when
the phone is switched on.
Emergency call
Key in the emergency number for your present
location, then press
. Give all necessary
information as accurately as possible. Do not end
the call until given permission to do so.
Keeping small children away from your phone
Keep the phone and all its parts including
accessories out of the reach of small children.
Accessories and Batteries
Use only Samsung-approved accessories and
batteries. Use of any unauthorized accessories
could damage your phone and may be dangerous.
Switch off your phone near medical equipment.
Hospitals or health care facilities may be using
equipment that could be sensitive to external RF
energy. Follow any regulations or rules in force.
Use only Smsung-approved batteries and recharge
your battery only with Samsung-approved
chargers.
Interference
Qualified Service
All wireless phones may be subject to interference,
which could affect their performance.
Only qualified service personnel may repair your
phone.
Special Regulations
For more detailed safety information, see “Health
and safety information” on page 151.
Meet any special regulations in force in any area
and always with off your phone whenever it is
forbidden to use it, or when it may cause
interference or danger (in a hospital for example).
Water Resistance
Your phone is not water-resistant. Keep it dry.
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CAUTION
Risk of explosion if a battery is replaced by an
incorrect type.
Dispose used batteries according to the
instructions.
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Unpacking
Your phone
Your package contains the following items.
Phone layout
The following illustrations show the main elements
of your phone:
Handset
Travel Charger
With the phone open
Earpiece
Batteries
Desktop Holder
Display
Navigation (Up/
Down/Left/
Right) keys
Straight Headset
User’s Manual
3G-TV key
LCD Cleaner
WAP browser key
• Standard Battery
• Extended Battery
• Travel Charger
• Desktop Holder
• Car Charger
• PC Data Link Cable
• Straight Headset
Note: The items supplied with your phone and
available accessories may be different,
depending on your country or service provider.
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Headset jack
MENU key
Volume/menu
browse keys
Dial key
Special function
keys
OK/Voice Tools
key
Power on/off/
menu exit key
Cancel/correct
key
Alphanumeric
keys
Microphone
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Your phone
Your phone
Keys
Key(s)
Key(s)
Description
Accesses Menu mode.
Ends a call. Also switches the phone on
and off when pressed and held.
In Menu mode, cancels your input and
returns to Standby mode.
In Menu mode, selects the current
menu option.
Accesses the 3G-TV feature.
In Standby mode, quickly enters the
Voice Answer menu.
Deletes characters from the display.
In Menu mode, scrolls through menu
options.
In Standby mode, quickly enters the
following menus respectively:
• Up: I.Beam
• Down: Music&Vclips. This key enters
the Embedded melodies menu
when pressed and held.
• Left: Messages
• Right: Find Number in the
Phonebook menu
Accesses the Internet feature.
Quickly launches the web browser when
pressed and held.
Makes or answers a call.
In Standby mode, retrieves the most
recent numbers dialed, received, or
missed. Redials the last number when
pressed and held.
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Description (continued)
In Menu mode, returns you to the
previous menu level.
Enters numbers, letters, and some
special characters.
In the text entry mode, changes the
case of letters.
In Standby mode, quickly enters or
exits Silent mode when pressed and
held.
In the text entry mode, inserts spaces.
(on the left side of the phone)
Adjusts volume during a call.
In Standby mode, adjusts the key tone
and function volume.
In Menu mode, scrolls through menu
options and Phonebook.
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Your phone
Your phone
Display
With the phone closed
Antenna
The display has 2 areas.
Camera
Flash
External display
Icons
Service light
Camera key
Text and
graphics area
Voice Answering key
Backward key
Forward key
Play/Pause key
Key(s)
Description
(on the right side of the phone)
In Standby mode, accesses the Digital
Camcorder menu.
Icons
Icon
(front of the phone)
Activates the Voice Answer feature
when pressed and held. When you
press and held this key again, you can
select a greeting message or deactivate
the Voice Answer feature.
Plays, pauses, and resumes the play of
media files stored in the Play List folder
with the phone closed when pressed
and held.
Skips forward while media files are
being played with the phone closed.
Skips backward while media files are
being played with the phone closed.
Description
Signal strength: Shows the received
signal strength. The greater the number
of bars, the better the signal.
Service: Appears when a call is in
progress.
No service: Appears when you are
outside a service area. When it displays,
you can neither make nor receive calls.
Wait a little while for a better signal or
move into an open area to regain service.
Roaming: Appears when you are out of
your home area and have logged onto a
different network; for example, when
traveling in other countries.
Alarm mode: Appears when you have set
an alarm to ring at a specified time.
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Your phone
Icon
Your phone
Description (continued)
Service light
New message: Indicates that there is a
new message waiting to be viewed.
The service light on the front of the phone flashes
to indicate an incoming call, message, or alarm,
and flashes for a few seconds when you turn the
phone on or off.
Vibration mode: Appears when the call
ringer type is set to Vibrate, or when
your phone is in Silent mode.
Battery status: Shows the level of your
battery. The more bars you see, the more
power you have remaining.
You can select the time period for the service light
to blink in the Service LED menu (MENU 8-2-4).
See page 147 for further details.
External display
Service light
Your phone has an external display on the front of
the phone. It indicates when you have an incoming
call or a message. It also alerts you at the specified
time when you have set an alarm. The backlight
turns on and the corresponding icon appears on the
external display.
When you close the phone, the display shows the
current time on a digital clock.
Backlight
The backlight illuminates the display and keypad.
When you press any key or open the phone, the
backlight turns on and remains on for a given
period of time, depending on the setting in the
Display/Light menu (MENU 8-2).
Camera
The camera module at the top center of your phone
allows you to take a photo or record a video while
on the move.
For further details about the Camera feature, see
page 117.
To specify the length of time for which the backlight
is active, set the Display/Light menu. See
page 146 for further details.
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Your phone
Flash
You can use the built-in flash on the front of the
phone to view the external display or to take photos
when it is dark. You can also use the flash in
emergency conditions.
With the external display on, press and hold
on
the left side of the phone to turn the flash on or off.
If you receive a notification of an incoming message
or a notice of a missed call, you need to clear those
items before you can use the flash. See page 53 for
further details.
Getting started
Using the battery
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion
battery. Use only approved batteries and chargers.
Ask your local Samsung dealer for further details.
Note: You must fully charge the battery before using
your phone for the first time. A discharged
standard battery recharges fully in
approximately 200 minutes.
Installing the battery
1. Place the battery so that the tabs on the end
align with the slots at the bottom of the phone.
2. Press the battery down until it clicks into place.
Make sure that the battery is properly installed
before switching on the power.
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Getting started
Getting started
Removing the battery
2. Plug the adapter into a standard AC wall outlet.
1. If necessary, switch off the phone by pressing
and holding
until the power-off image
displays.
2. To remove the battery:
➀ Slide the battery catch lock toward the top of
the phone and hold it in that position.
➁ Lift away the battery, as shown.
➀
➁
3. When charging is finished, unplug the adapter
from both the power outlet and the phone by
pressing the buttons on both sides of the
connector and pulling out the connector.
Charging the Battery
A travel charger and a desktop charger are provided
for charging your batteries.
➀
➁
➀
Using the Travel Charger
The travel charger allows you to use the phone
while the battery is charging, but this will cause the
battery to charge more slowly.
Note: Do not remove the battery from the phone
without unplugging the adapter. Otherwise, the
phone may be damaged.
1. With the battery in position on the phone, plug
the travel charger connector into the jack at the
bottom of the phone.
Make sure that the arrow on the connector is
facing toward the front of the phone.
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Getting started
Getting started
Using the Desktop Holder
Using the desktop holder, you can charge the
battery.
The phone can be used while the battery is
charging, but this increases the time it takes to
charge your battery. To get the quickest charge for
any battery, turn off the phone.
1. Plug the power cord of the desktop holder into a
standard AC outlet.
When the power is connected properly, the small
lights, or LEDs, on the charger, flicker briefly
and then turn off.
LED
The LED on the charger indicates the charging
progress by the following colours:
• Red: the battery is being charged.
• Green: the battery is completely charged.
When charging is completed and the LED changes
to green, remove the battery or phone from the
desktop holder and unplug the power cord of the
charger from the AC outlet.
Low battery indicator
When the battery is weak and only a few minutes of
talk time remain, a warning tone sounds and “Low
battery” displays once.
When the battery becomes too weak for the phone
to operate, it switches off automatically.
2. Place the phone, with the battery attached, into
the front compartment.
The small LED on the charger turns on.
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Getting started
Switching on or off the phone
1. Open the phone, if necessary.
2. Press and hold
for more than one second to
switch on the phone.
The service light flashes and then the idle
screen appears on the display as soon as the
system locates service.
If the phone is out of a service area, the No
Service icon (
) appears on the display. In
this case, you cannot place and receive calls.
Try again later when service is available.
Note: You can change the display language in the
Language/
menu (
-OK-6). See
page 53.
3. When you wish to switch off the phone, press
and hold
for more than 2 seconds.
WARNING!
Do not switch on the phone when mobile phone use
is prohibited or when it may cause interference or
danger.
Note: Do not touch the antenna on the phone
unnecessarily when the phone is switched on.
Contact with the antenna affects the call
quality and may cause the phone to operate at
a higher power level than otherwise needed.
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Getting started
Your phone’s modes
Standby mode
Standby mode is your phone’s basic state. The
phone goes into Standby mode soon after you turn
it on, or whenever you briefly press
. When your
phone is in Standby mode, you will typically see the
current time and date. If you enter a phone
number, you can press
to dial it, or press
to
save it in Phonebook.
Press
at any time to return to Standby mode. Be
careful; if you are on a call when you press
,
your phone disconnects the call and returns to
Standby mode.
Talk mode
You can place and answer calls only when your
phone is turned on. During a call, the phone is in
Talk mode. While you are in Talk mode, pressing
gives you a list of options. See page 36 for
details.
Power save mode
Your phone comes with a Power Save feature that is
automatically activated if your phone is unable to
find a signal after 15 minutes of searching. While
this feature is active, the phone’s battery charge is
conserved. To return to Standby mode, press any
key.
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Getting started
Call functions
Lock mode
When you lock your phone using the Lock Phone
menu (MENU 8-6-2), you cannot use the phone. In
Lock mode, you can receive messages and calls, but
you cannot place a call or use the phone’s menu
functions.
To unlock the phone temporarily, press
enter the lock code.
and
For further details about locking and unlocking the
phone, see page 149.
Silent mode disables all sounds on the phone. This
feature is best used in situations where the phone
might disturb others, such as in a meeting, in a
library, or in a theater. Your phone can be set to
Silent mode with a press of a key in Standby mode.
)
To exit and reactivate the previous sound settings,
press and hold
until “Silent mode disabled”
appears. The Vibration icon no longer displays.
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To make a call:
1. In Standby mode, enter the area code and
phone number.
While entering a phone number, press
to
insert a hard pause. For further details about
pause dialing, see page 31.
2. Press
. The phone places the call to the
entered phone number.
Silent mode
To enter Silent mode, press and hold
until
“Silent mode enabled” and the Vibration icon (
appear.
Making a call
Note: You can press and hold the number key
corresponding to the last digit of the phone
number to begin dialing.
Correcting the number
To clear
the last digit displayed
Press
.
the whole display and
and hold it for more
return to Standby mode than one second.
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Call functions
Ending a call
When you want to finish your call, press
Making a call from Phonebook
.
The call time, or the length of the call, displays,
along with the phone number of the other party. If
the number is stored in your Phonebook, the name
displays. If there is no match, you can press
and store the number in Phonebook. For further
details about storing a number, see page 27.
Or, simply close the phone to end a call.
Using the recent call logs
The phone stores up to 90 calls dialed, received, or
missed, chronologically. The last call is saved in the
first position.
To recall any of these numbers:
1. If there are characters on the display, return to
Standby mode by pressing
.
2. Press
. The list of recent calls displays.
•
: Dialed calls
•
: Received calls
•
: Missed calls
•
: Calls answered by the answering machine
feature.
3. Press the Navigation keys to scan through the
list until you find the number you want.
4. Press
to dial the displayed number.
Note: When you select a call answered by the
to
answering machine feature, press
access the Inbox menu (MENU 7-2-2). For
further details, see page 141.
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You can store the phone numbers you call regularly
in the phone’s memory, which is called
“Phonebook.” For further details about the
Phonebook feature, see page 54.
Saving a number with a name in
Phonebook
1. Press
after ending a call or entering the
phone number you want to save by using the
number keypad.
2. Select an icon to identify the category in which
the number is to be stored.
To select the category, press the Left or Right
key and press the
.
3. Press the Navigation keys to move through the
fields and fill in each field as needed.
• Name: Enter a name for the number. For
further details about entering characters, see
page 28.
• Home/Mobile/Office/Other/FAX: Add a
number in the Phone number field. You can
enter a speed dial number in the box at the
right side of the label. Notice that speed
dialing is not available for fax numbers.
• E-mail: Enter an e-mail address.
•
(Group): Select a caller group by
pressing
or
. The ringer melody for the
group also appears.
• Memo: Enter a memo to remind you of
personal details.
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4. When you are finished, press
entry.
5. Select Yes and press
6. Press
or
to save the
.
• To enter a capital letter, press the
to exit.
When you are asked to enter characters, the
available text input modes appear at the bottom of
the display.
Press
until
Hebrew T9 mode
highlights.
Hebrew Alphabet
mode
highlights.
English T9 mode
highlights.
English Alphabet
mode
highlights.
Symbol mode
highlights.
Number mode
highlights.
2. Press the key labeled with the letter you want:
• To enter a number, press and hold the
corresponding key, or press
until ( )
highlights. Then press the key you want.
• Press
to clear the characters one by one.
Pressing and holding the key clears the display.
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key.
Note: To enter only capital letters, press the
key before beginning to enter text.
Entering text
1. To select
• You can move the cursor by pressing
or
.
Then add characters using the alphanumeric keys
or insert a space between each word by pressing
.
• If you select Symbol mode, the available symbols
display. Press the keys corresponding to the
symbols you want to enter. To display more
symbol sets, press the Navigation keys.
Finding and dialing a number in Phonebook
1. Press
in Standby mode.
2. When Name highlights, enter the first few letters
of the name by pressing the associated
alphanumeric keys and press
.
The phone searches for the names on the list
containing those characters, and then displays
the corresponding entries in alphabetical order.
3. Press
or
to scroll to a name.
4. If necessary, press
number.
5. Press
or
to find the
to place a call to the number.
You can find a number using specific information,
such as the name, phone number, or location
number. For details, see page 54.
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Call functions
Speed-dialing
The number (and name) stored displays, and then
dials.
Once you have stored phone numbers in
Phonebook, you can dial them easily with a few
presses of the keys.
Enter the memory location of the number you want
to dial, and then hold the final digit to dial.
One-touch dial: Memory locations 001 through
009 are special one-touch locations. You can dial
the phone numbers stored in them simply by
pressing one key.
Press and hold the third digit of the memory
location containing the number to be dialed.
Four-digit dialing
You can quickly dial a phone number in Phonebook
or the Calls log by entering its last four digits. Your
phone searches for the entire number for you.
1. Enter the last four digits of the phone number.
Your phone displays the phone number(s)
matching your input.
2. Scroll through the numbers, if necessary, using
the Navigation keys to display the one you want.
For example: Location no. 009
Press
and hold.
3. Press
to dial the number.
The number (and name) stored displays, and then
dials.
Two-touch dial: For memory locations of two
digits.
Press the second digit briefly, then hold down the
third digit of the memory cell.
For example: Location no. 023
Press
briefly and hold
.
The number (and name) stored displays, and then
dials.
Three-touch dial: For memory locations of three
digits.
Press the first two digits briefly, then hold down the
third digit of the memory cell.
For example: Location no. 123
Press
and
hold
.
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Pause dialing
When you call an automated system, like a banking
service, you are often required to enter a password
or account number. Instead of manually entering
the numbers each time, you can store the numbers
in your Phonebook, separated by special characters,
which are called pauses.
Storing pauses in a Phonebook entry
To store a number in your Phonebook that contains
pauses:
1. Enter the phone number you want to store, such
as the bank’s teleservice phone number.
briefly, and then
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2. Press
to insert a pause. A “P” displays,
meaning that a hard pause will occur at that
point in the dialing sequence.
The “P” stops the dialing and waits for the
teleservice to prompt you for a number. The
number following the “P” is your account
number, PIN, etc.
3. Enter the digits that need to follow the pause,
such as your account number.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to add more pauses and
numbers, if necessary.
5. Store the number in your Phonebook as you
normally would by pressing
.
6. Select an icon to identify the category in which
the number is to be stored.
To select the category, press the Left or Right
key and press
.
Call functions
Manual pause dialing
You can enter pauses manually during the dialing
process.
1. Enter the phone number of the service you want
to call, such as a bank’s teleservice phone
number.
2. Press
to insert a pause.
The screen displays a “P” indicating a pause.
3. Enter the number to be sent after the pause by
pressing the digit keys.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to add more pauses and
numbers, if necessary,
5. Press
.
6. After connecting, wait for the prompt from
teleservice. Press
again after the prompt to
send the additional number(s).
7. Follow the procedure from step 1 on page 59.
Pause dialing from a stored Phonebook entry
1. Dial the number from Phonebook.
2. Wait for the appropriate prompt from the
number you are calling.
3. When prompted, press
to send the DTMF
(Dual Tone Multi-Frequency) number that
follows your pause.
“Send DTMF” flashes on the display and the
transmitted tone sounds.
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Call functions
Adjusting the volume during a call
Rejecting a call
During a call, if you want to adjust the voice
volume, use the Volume keys on the left side of the
phone.
To reject an incoming call, press and hold
on the
left side of the phone when your phone is open.
Press
to increase the volume level and
to
decrease the level. The image on the display shows
all 4 levels; the more bars you see, the higher the
level is.
Answering a call
When somebody calls you, the phone alerts you by
ringing and blinking the service light on the front of
the phone.
If the caller can be identified, the caller’s phone
number, or name if stored in Phonebook, displays.
There are 2 ways to answer a call, depending on
your setting in the Call Answer menu (MENU 84):
If you select To answer the call,
In Standby mode, you can also adjust the keypad
tone and function volume using these keys.
Silencing a call ringer
You can silence the ringer when a call comes in.
Press and hold one of the Volume keys when the
phone is closed. If the phone is open, press and
hold
on the left side of the phone or
.
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Folder Open
open the phone. If it is already
open, press
.
Any Key
open the phone and press any key
except for
and Volume keys.
To end the call, close the phone or press
.
Notes:
• You can answer a call using the Answering Machine
feature. When a call comes in, press and hold
.
For further details, using the Voice Answer feature;
see page 141.
• You can answer a call while using Phonebook or
menu features. The current operation stops.
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Call functions
Viewing missed calls
If you do not answer a call for any reason, the
phone indicates a missed call with a text notification
on the screen.
If the display informs you of a missed call, press
to access the Calls log list.
Or, press
to clear the message and return to
Standby mode.
You can also view missed calls via the Missed Call
menu (MENU 1-4). Missed calls are indicated by
the
icon. For details, see page 58.
Call functions
Key Tone Off: does not transmit the key tones. It
allows you to press keys without hearing annoying
key tones during a call.
Send Phone #: sends the DTMF (Dual Tone MultiFrequency) tones of your phone number.
Talk:Send DTMF: sends the DTMF tones of the
currently displayed number. DTMF tones can be
used to control electronic phone services, such as
bank-by-phone or voice mail. During a call, enter
the digits you want to send as DTMF tones, for
example, a bank account number and password.
Press
and then
. Press
to send the
number.
Switching to Whisper mode
Options during a call
Your phone provides a number of functions that you
can use during a call. As some of these options are
network services, you may not be able to use all of
them at all times.
Press
during a call to access the following
options:
Phonebook: allows you to go to the Phonebook
menu. See page 54.
Whisper mode automatically increases the
microphone’s sensitivity to allow the other person
to hear your voice even though you may be
speaking very softly.
To switch to Whisper mode, press and hold
during a call.
Note: In normal environments, this feature may
cause your voice to be loud.
Message Setup: allows you to go to the Message
menu. See page 70.
Mute Mic.: allows you to switch your phone’s
microphone off, so that the other person cannot
hear you.
Example: You wish to say something to a person in
the room, but do not want the other person to hear
you.
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Call functions
Call functions
Call forwarding
Three-way calling
This feature provides the option of forwarding
incoming calls to another phone number, even
though your phone is turned off. Activating Call
Forwarding does not affect outgoing calls made
from this phone. Contact your service provider to
activate Call Forwarding.
This feature enables you to conduct conference calls
with 2 separate people at the same time. The phone
records the 2 people into the Outgoing call log. You
are billed airtime for each of the outgoing calls
separately. Contact your service provider to
activate Three-way Calling.
To make a three-way call:
Call waiting
1. During a conversation, enter the phone number
for the third person and press
.
You can answer an incoming call while you have a
call in progress, if this service is supported by the
network. Contact your service provider to activate
Call Waiting.
When a new call is detected, the incoming call alert
sounds, depending on the network, and a text
notification displays.
2. When the third person answers, press
to begin your three-way call.
again
When one of the callers hangs up, you and the
remaining caller stays connected. If you initiated
the call and you hang up first, all 3 people are
disconnected.
To answer a waiting call:
1. To answer the call, press
. The phone
connects the calling person and places the
current person on hold.
2. Press
again to switch between the 2 people.
3. To end the call, press
calls are disconnected.
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or close the phone. All
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Using the menus
Using the menus
Your phone offers a range of functions that allows
you to tailor it to your needs. These functions are
arranged in menus and submenus.
The menus and submenus can be accessed by
scrolling or by using shortcuts.
Accessing menu modes
In Standby mode, press
mode.
to enter Personal Menu
You can configure Personal Menu mode with your
favorite menu functions by registering new menus
and changing the menu order or icons in the My
Phone menu. Note that you can access the menu
only from Personal Menu mode.
For further details about configuring Personal Menu
mode, see page 49.
Accessing a menu function by
scrolling
1. In Standby mode, press
Menu mode.
My Phone
to enter Personal
2. Scroll using the Navigation keys to reach a
menu, for example, Useful Tools. Press
enter the menu.
to
3. Find the menu option you want, for example,
Embedded melodies, by scrolling using
or
. Press
to select the menu option.
Or press and hold
to enter Menu mode.
If the menu you have selected contains
submenus, repeat this step.
4. Scroll using the Navigation keys to find the
setting of your choice.
5. Press
to save the setting.
Notes:
• To return to the previous menu level, press
.
• You can exit the menu without changing the menu
settings by pressing
.
1.Phonebook
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Using the menus
Using the menus
When you see a blinking box at the bottom left of
the display in Main Menu mode, it means that the
highlighted menu has some options available.
Note: These options are unavailable for the My
Phone menu.
Press
to access the following options:
Change Icon: allows you to change the menu icon.
For further details, see page 50.
Delete Menu: deletes the menu from Personal
Menu mode.
Change Order: allows you to change the menu
order. For further details, see page 51.
Using shortcuts
The main menu items, such as menus, submenus,
and setting options, are numbered and can be
accessed quickly by using their shortcut numbers.
Notes:
• The numbers assigned to each menu function are
indicated on the list on page 43.
• In Personal Menu mode, the shortcut numbers can
be different, depending on your settings in the My
Phone menu.
1. In Standby mode, press
mode.
to access Main Menu
Enter the first digit of the shortcut number.
Repeat this for each digit of the shortcut
number.
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Example: Setting Ringer Type
Press
,
, and
for Setting,
Ringer Type.
.
for Sounds, and
for
2. Find the setting of your choice using the
Navigation keys.
3. Press
to save the setting.
List of menu functions
The following list shows the menu structure and
indicates the number assigned to each option and
the page where you can find a description of each
feature.
-OK My Phone
(see page 49)
-OK-1: Start menu
-OK-1-1: Set menu
-OK-1-2: Delete menu
-OK-1-3: Reset menu
-OK-2: Menu Screen
-OK-2-1: Change Icon
-OK-2-2: Change Order
-OK-2-3: Set Color
-OK-2-4: Theme Color
-OK-2-5: Icon List
-OK-3: Banner
-OK-4: Text Slide
-OK-5: Dialpad Setup
-OK-5-1: Size
-OK-5-2: Color
-OK-6: Language/
-OK-7: Flashlight Setting
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Using the menus
Using the menus
1. Phonebook (see page 54)
1-1: Find Number
1-1-1: By Name
1-1-2: By Number
1-1-3: By Location
1-1-4: By Time
1-2: Outgoing Call
1-3: Incoming Call
1-4: Missed Call
1-5: Store Number
1-6: Call Alert
1-6-1: Edit Number
1-6-2: Set Number
1-6-3: Icon List
1-7: Edit Group
1-8: Reset Phonebook
1-#: My Number
2. Internet/SMS (see page 64)
2-1: VAS
2-1-1:
2-1-2:
2-1-3:
2-1-4:
2-1-5:
2-1-6:
2-1-7:
2-1-8:
2-2: Message
2-2-1:
2-2-2:
2-2-3:
2-2-4:
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2-2-5:
2-2-6:
Internet Portal
Games&Applications
Ringtones
Animations
Voice Portal
E-mail
SMS Info
What’s New?
New Msg.
Incoming
2-2-2-1: Text Msg
2-2-2-2: Voice Msg
2-2-2-3: Set Alert
2-2-2-4: Msg. Display
Outgoing
2-2-3-1: Sent Msg.
2-2-3-2: Hold Msg.
2-2-3-3: Draft Msg.
Name card
2-2-4-1: Send Name card
2-2-4-2: Make Name card
Msg Templates
Message Log
2. Internet/SMS (continued)
2-3: Set Modem
2-3-1: Alert Type
2-3-2: Auto Receive
2-3-3: Data Call
3. Useful Tools (see page 80)
3-1: Embedded melodies
3-1-1: Basic Bell
3-1-2: Samsung Bell
3-1-3: Video Bell
3-1-4: Mood Melody
3-1-5: Exciting Melody
3-1-6: Classic Melody
3-2: Animations&Images
3-2-1: Idle Mode
3-2-2: Incoming Call
3-2-3: Browser Conn.
3-2-4: Power On
3-2-5: Power Off
3-2-6: Delete Image
3-3: I.Beam
3-3-1: Remote Controller
3-3-2: IrDA
3-3-2-1: Rx Mode
3-3-2-2: Send Namecard
3-3-2-3: Send Phonebooks
3-4: Bomb link
3-5: Memory Status
3-5-1: Game
3-5-2: Music
3-5-3: Image
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Using the menus
4. Organizer (see page 91)
4-1:
4-2:
4-3:
4-4:
4-5:
4-6:
4-7:
4-8:
Morning Call
Alarm Clock
Scheduler
Memo Pad
Calculator
Worldtime
D-Day Plus
Time Manager
4-8-1: Air Time
4-8-2: Set Time&Date
5. 3G-TV (see page 101)
5-1: Video portal
5-2: Music&Vclips
5-2-1: Download Music
5-2-2: Multimedia player
5-3: TV channels
5-4: Live Bell/Screen
5-4-1: Download new item
5-4-2: Live bell
5-4-3: Live Screen
5-4-4: Multimedia player
5-5: Video/Photo Mail
5-5-1: Video mail
5-5-1-1: Send New Video Mail
5-5-1-2: Sent Video
5-5-1-3: Received Video
5-5-1-4: Saved Msg.
5-5-1-5: Configuration
5-5-2: Photo Mail
5-5-2-1: Send New PhotoMail
5-5-2-2: Sent Msg.
5-5-2-3: Received Msg.
5-5-2-4: Saved Msg.
5-5-2-5: Configuration
5-6: Configuration
5-6-1: Choose Music Skin
5-6-2: Memory Info
5-6-3: Screen Saver sound
5-6-4: Bass Booster
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Using the menus
6. Digital Camcorder (see page 117)
6-1: Recording
6-1-1: Photo Shot
6-1-2: Multi Shot
6-1-3: Video Recording
6-2: Photo Album
6-3: Video Album
6-4: Photo Mail
6-4-1: Send New PhotoMail
6-4-2: Sent Msg.
6-4-3: Received Msg.
6-4-4: Saved Msg.
6-4-5: Configuration
6-5: Video Mail
6-5-1: Send New Video Mail
6-5-2: Sent Video
6-5-3: Received Video
6-5-4: Saved Msg.
6-5-5: Configuration
6-6: Setup
6-6-1: Lock Photos
6-6-2: Lock Videos
6-6-3: Lock Photo Mail
6-6-4: Lock Video Mail
6-6-5: Camera Sound
7. Voice Tools (see page 139)
7-1: Voice Memo
7-1-1: Record
7-1-2: Review
7-2: Voice Answer
7-2-1: On/Off
7-2-2: Inbox
7-2-3: Screening
7-2-4: Wait Time
7-2-5: Choose Greeting
7-2-6: Record Greeting
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Using the menus
8. Setting (see page 143)
8-1: Sounds
8-1-1: Ringer Type
8-1-2: Ringer Volume
8-1-3: Key Tone Type
8-1-4: On Time Sound
8-1-5: Function Sound
8-2: Display/Light
8-2-1: Main LCD light
8-2-2: External LCD light
8-2-3: Keypad light
8-2-4: Service LED
8-3: Intl Prefix
8-4: Call Answer
8-5: Change Lock
8-6: Security
8-6-1: Reset Phone
8-6-2: Lock Phone
8-6-3: Emergency #
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My Phone
You can use the My Phone menu to determine
various settings for the display components.
Start menu
(
-OK-1)
This menu allows you to set up Personal Menu mode
to suit your preference.
Set menu (
-OK-1-1)
You can register up to 12 menus onto Personal
Menu mode.
1. Select a menu by pressing the Navigation keys,
and press
.
2. Find a submenu by repeating step 1, if
necessary, and press
to register.
3. Select an entry number by pressing the
Navigation keys, and press
.
The addresses already occupied are marked in
gray. If you select one of them, a message
appears to confirm that you want to change it.
Select Yes to confirm, or No to cancel and
select a new location.
4. Select an icon from the list by pressing the
Navigation keys and press
.
The menu is added to Personal Menu mode.
5. To exit, press
or
.
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My Phone
My Phone
Delete menu (
-OK-1-2)
Change Order (
-OK-2-2)
You can delete registered menus from Personal
Menu mode.
You can change the order in which the menus
appear.
Select the menu that you want to delete and press
.
1. Select the menu whose location you want to
change by pressing
or
.
Reset menu (
-OK-1-3)
This menu resets Personal Menu mode to its default
status.
When a confirmation message appears, select Yes
and press
to reset. Select No to cancel your
selection.
2. Press
and move it by pressing
3. Press
to fix the menu.
4. Press
to save the change.
Set Color (
or
.
-OK-2-3)
Using this menu, you can change the colors of the
items to be displayed on the display.
Menu Screen
(
-OK-2)
In this menu, you can change the main menu icon
or menu display order or color. You can also view
available icons.
Change Icon (
-OK-2-1)
1. Select the item you want to change by pressing
or
.
2. Select the color you want by pressing
.
3. Press
using
or
and adjust the brightness of the color
or
and press
.
Using this menu, you can change the icons for the
menus already registered on Personal Menu mode.
Theme Color (
1. Select the menu whose icon you want to change
by pressing the Navigation keys, and press
.
Using this menu, you can change the color for the
theme.
2. Select an icon from the list using the Navigation
keys and press
.
Select a color by pressing
Icon List (
-OK-2-4)
or
and press
.
-OK-2-5)
You can view available icons. Press the Navigation
keys to scroll through the icons.
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My Phone
Banner
My Phone
(
Dialpad Setup
-OK-3)
You can set a banner, such as your own name or
simple text, to be displayed at the bottom of the
display in Standby mode.
To change the banner:
1. If necessary, press
message.
2. Enter a new banner message using the
alpanumeric keys.
For more information about how to enter
characters, see page 28.
3. When you have finished entering the message,
press
to save it.
Text Slide
(
-OK-4)
1. Press
.
2. If text is already entered, press
Enter text of up to 32 characters.
to clear it.
For further information about entering
characters, see page 28.
3. Press
to save your input.
4. Select Set to turn on the feature.
If you want to turn off the feature, select
Cancel.
5. Press
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to save the setting.
-OK-5-1)
You can select the size of the number that displays
when you enter a phone number to dial.
Select either Large or Small.
Color (
-OK-5-2)
You can select the color of the number that displays
when you enter a phone number to dial.
Select one of the several options.
Language/
You can set the phone to display a greeting
message that scrolls horizontally at the top of the
idle screen.
-OK-5)
This menu allows you to change the size or color of
the number that displays when you enter a phone
number to dial.
Size (
to clear the old
(
(
-OK-6)
You can change the display language. You may
select either
or ENGLISH.
Note: The language setting does not affect the
Wireless Web. The language in the web browser
may vary, depending on your Internet services.
Flashlight Setting
(
-OK-7)
You can set whether or not you use the flash when
you take a photo, and you can view the external
display when it is dark.
Select Set to use the flash. Otherwise select
Cancel. Press
to save the setting.
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Phonebook
Phonebook
The Phonebook menu allows you to:
• find a Phonebook entry.
• view records of the calls you have made,
received, or missed.
• store names, each having up to 5 different
numbers, and access them easily.
• specify the phone to alert you in a distinctive way
when you receive a call from an individual or a
group number stored in your Phonebook.
• edit a caller group.
• reset your Phonebook.
• view your phone number.
2. Press
.
The phone searches for the names on the list
containing those characters, and then displays
the corresponding entries in alphabetical order.
3. Press
or
to scroll to a name.
Alternatively, you can access the following
options by pressing
on the list:
• Edit: allows you to edit the name entry.
• SMS Send: allows you to send a message to
the selected number. For further details about
sending a message, see page 71.
• Delete Name: deletes the selected name
entry.
• New: allows you to add a new name entry.
Find Number
(MENU 1-1)
4. If necessary, press
under the name.
or
to find a number
This menu allows you to find entries stored in
Phonebook using names, speed dial numbers,
location, or in inverse order of entry, with the latest
entry first.
5. Press
Note: You can quickly find a number by pressing
in Standby mode.
When you view the details, press
following options:
to place a call to the number.
Alternatively, press
name.
to view details about the
to access the
Edit: allows you to edit the entry.
By Name (MENU 1-1-1)
Delete: deletes the selected item.
This menu allows you to find a stored number by
entering a person’s name.
1. Enter the first few letters of the name by
pressing the associated alphanumeric keys.
For more information about entering text, see
page 28.
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Phonebook
Phonebook
By Number (MENU 1-1-2)
By Time (MENU 1-1-4)
This menu allows you to access a Phonebook entry
by entering a phone number.
This menu allows you to search for a number
according to when you saved the entry.
1. Enter the phone number you want and press
.
2. Follow step 3 in “By Name” on page 55.
When you access this menu, all Phonebook entries
display, according to the order in which you saved
your entries. The latest entry you saved displays on
the top line.
By Location (MENU 1-1-3)
For details about accessing an entry, follow step 3 in
“By Name” on page 55.
This menu allows you to find a stored number by
entering its speed dial number.
1. Enter the speed dial number and press
.
The phone searches for the corresponding entry
and highlights it.
2. If necessary, press
options:
to access the following
• Change Speed#: allows you to change the
location number of the number.
Outgoing Call
In this menu, you can view the records of up to 30
of the most recent phone calls you have dialed from
your phone.
1. Press the Navigation keys to find a number or
name, if saved in Phonebook.
2. Press
to place a call to the number.
Alternatively, press
entry.
to view details about the
When you are viewing the details, press
access the following options:
Edit: allows you to edit the entry.
to
to select the highlighted number.
The dialed number, or name if stored in
Phonebook, displays.
• Cancel Speed#: allows you to release the
location number of the number.
3. Press
(MENU 1-2)
3.
To
Press
place a call
.
view other calls
or
return to Standby
mode
.
.
Delete: deletes the selected item.
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Phonebook
Phonebook
On the call list or details view, press
the following options:
to access
Save: allows you to save the number in
Phonebook.
Delete: deletes the selected call record.
Store Number
(MENU 1-5)
This menu allows you to add a new entry.
1. Press the Navigation keys to move through the
fields and fill in each field as needed.
Delete All: allows you to deletes all call records.
This option is only available when you are looking at
the call list.
• Name: Enter a name for the number. For
further details about entering characters, see
page 28.
Incoming Call
• Home/Mobile/Office/Other/FAX: Add a
number in the Phone number field. You can
enter a speed dial number in the box at the
right side of the label. Notice that speed
dialing is not available for fax numbers.
(MENU 1-3)
In this menu, you can view the records of up to 30
of the most recent phone calls you have received.
For details about accessing a record or using the
options, see “Outgoing Call” on page 57.
Missed Call
(MENU 1-4)
In this menu, you can view the records of up to 30
of the most recent incoming calls that you have
failed to answer.
For details about accessing a record or using the
options, see “Outgoing Call” on page 57.
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• E-mail: Enter an e-mail address.
•
(Group): Select a caller group by
pressing
or
. The ringer melody for the
group also appears.
• Memo: Enter a memo to remind you of
personal details.
2. When you have finished, press
entry.
to save the
3. Select Yes by pressing the Navigation keys to
confirm your input, and press
.
4. Press
or
to exit.
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Phonebook
Call Alert
Phonebook
Set Number (MENU 1-6-2)
(MENU 1-6)
You can assign a special image and ringer melody to
a number in Phonebook.
If the caller line identification service is available,
you can set the phone to alert you to an incoming
call from a specific person by using a distinctive
ringer or displaying an image.
1. Enter the name you want to find or scroll to the
name you want.
You can also find an entry by using a phone
number or location number. For details, see
page 54.
Edit Number (MENU 1-6-1)
You can change the caller ID image or ringer for a
Phonebook entry.
1. Enter the name you want to find, or scroll to the
name you want using
or
.
You can also find an entry by using a phone
number or location number. For details, see
page 54.
2. When the entry you want highlights, press
2. When the name you want highlights, press
.
3. Select a ringer category by pressing
and press
.
,
or
4. Select the ringer you want by pressing
, and press
.
or
5. Select an image category using the Navigation
keys and press
.
.
The following options are available:
• Change Setup: allows you to edit the entry.
6. Select the image you want using the Navigation
keys and press
.
• Delete Number: allows you to delete the
entry.
7. After registering, press
3. Select the Change Setup option and press
4. Select a ringer category by pressing
and press
.
or
5. Select the ringer you want by pressing
, and press
.
.
,
or
6. Select an image category using the Navigation
keys and press
.
or
to exit.
Icon List (MENU 1-6-3)
You can view the available icons.
1. Select an image category using the Navigation
keys and press
.
2. Use the Navigation keys to scroll through the
icon list.
7. Select the image you want using the Navigation
keys and press
.
8. After registering, press
60
or
to exit.
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Phonebook
Edit Group
Phonebook
6. Select the tone or melody you want by pressing
or
, and press
.
(MENU 1-7)
This menu allows you to create a new group and
edit or delete existing groups.
7. To exit, press
1. From the group list, press
2. Select Add and press
or
1. From the group list, select the group you want
to delete and then press
or
.
.
.
2. Select Delete and press
3. Enter a name for the group and press
.
For more information about entering characters,
see page 28.
4. Select a ringer category by pressing
and press
.
or
,
5. Select the bell or melody you want by pressing
or
, and press
.
or
or
.
Reset Phonebook
(MENU 1-8)
This menu allows you to erase all Phonebook
entries.
Note: The password is preset to “0000” at the factory.
To change this lock code, see page 148.
1. From the group list, select the group you want
to edit and then press
or
.
When the confirmation message appears, select
Yes and press
. To cancel the deletion, select
No.
.
3. Clear the group name by pressing
4. Enter a new name and press
My Number
.
.
5. Select a ringer category by pressing
and press
.
(MENU 1-#)
You can view your phone number.
For more information about entering characters,
see page 28.
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3. To exit, press
.
To access this menu, enter your 4-digit password.
.
Editing an existing group
2. Select Edit and press
.
Deleting an existing group
Creating a new group
6. To exit, press
or
or
To exit, press
or
.
,
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Internet/SMS
Internet/SMS
From this menu, you can:
• navigate the Wireless Web.
• send or receive SMS (Short Message Service)
messages.
• configure the settings for using your phone as a
modem.
VAS
(MENU 2-1)
Your phone comes equipped with a web browser
which makes it possible for you to access the
Wireless Web.
The web browser allows you to access up-to-the
minute information through your phone. Browsing
the Wireless Web through your phone is not like
using your computer; site providers have selected
only the critical aspects of their sites to present to
wireless phone users and they have removed most
graphics.
Note: Internet services may vary, depending on your
service provider. For further details, contact
your service provider.
Internet Portal (MENU 2-1-1)
Using this menu, you can launch the web browser.
Once connected, the homepage of your Wireless
Web service provider, or the last page you visited,
displays. What appears on the display when you are
connected to the network may vary depending on
your service provider. To view additional contents,
press
.
Note: You can quickly launch the browser by pressing
and holding
in Standby mode.
Using the soft keys
At the bottom of the browser display is a solid bar
which contains browser commands.
and
below the solid bar are used to execute the
commands. These 2 keys are called “Soft keys”
because their function changes, depending on
where you are in the browser.
Navigating through the web browser
To
scroll through the browser
items
select content
stop the current processing
return to the startup
homepage
return to the previous page
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Press
or
.
.
.
or
for
more than 2
seconds.
.
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Entering text in the WAP browser
Games&Applications (MENU 2-1-2)
You can enter text in the WAP browser as you would
in the normal phone mode, except for changing the
input mode.
You can download and access Java games from the
Wireless Web.
For details about entering text in each mode, see
page 28.
Using the browser options
While navigating the web browser, press and hold
to access the following options:
Refresh: reloads the current web page with
updated information.
Input URL: allows you to manually enter a URL
address for the web page you want to access.
Phone menu: enables you to use the phone’s
menu functions without exiting the web browser.
To play a game:
. The list of
1. Select Activate and press
downloaded games displays.
Notes:
• You can change the display to icon view or list
view by pressing
.
• To use the options, press
.
2. Scroll to the game you want to play using the
Navigation keys and press
.
For details about playing the game, see the onscreen help.
Note: You can delete a game by pressing
list and then press
.
Homepage: takes you back to the homepage of
your Wireless Web service provider.
3. To quit the game, press
Exiting the web browser
To download a game:
To exit the browser, simply press
phone at any time.
or close the
on the
.
1. Select Download and press
.
You are sent to the web site preset by your
service provider.
2. Scroll to the game you want to download using
the Navigation keys and follow the instructions
on the screen.
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Ringtones (MENU 2-1-3)
You can download melodies from the Wireless Web
and then set one as your current ring tone.
To download melodies:
1. Select D/L new melody and press
.
You are sent to the web site preset by your
service provider.
2. Scroll to the item you want to download using
the Navigation keys and follow the instructions
on the screen.
You can also use items in the User melodies menu
(MENU 2-1-3-2).
To set a melody as your ringtone:
1. Select User melodies and press
downloaded items displays.
. The list of
Note: You can erase items in the Memory Status
menu (MENU 3-5).
2. Scroll to the item you want by pressing the
Navigation keys and press
.
3. Press
to set the melody as a ringer.
4. To exit, press
.
Animations (MENU 2-1-4)
You can download animated images from the
Wireless Web and then set one as your background
display image.
To download animated images:
1. Select D/L new Animation and press
.
You are sent to the web site preset by your
service provider.
2. Scroll to the item you want to download using
the Navigation keys and follow the instructions
on the screen.
To set an image as a background display image,
select User images. For further details, see
page 83.
Voice Portal (MENU 2-1-5)
This menu allows you to access your service
provider’s voice-activated service. You can get
headline news, information on movies, the weather,
finance, traffic, or restaurants in many cities, plus
other features; it’s similar to the kind of content
that’s available on a web portal.
Note: Voice Portal is a network feature. Please contact
your service provider for further details.
E-mail (MENU 2-1-6)
You can use the E-mail service, which allows you to
send or receive e-mail messages.
For further details about this service and its
availability, contact your service provider.
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SMS Info (MENU 2-1-7)
New Msg. (MENU 2-2-1)
You can send an SMS query to receive information
from the web server. Various topics, such as news,
sports, entertainment, and finance, are available.
In this menu, you can create and send a text
message.
Once you select a topic, your phone sends a query
with the code associated with the selected topic,
and the server will send you the requested
information in an SMS message.
What’s New? (MENU 2-1-8)
Selecting this menu loads the WAP page preset by
your service provider so that you can get
information about your service provider’s latest
offerings, such as downloads, pricing plans,
entertainment, technical help, and customer
services.
Message
(MENU 2-2)
Using this menu, you can:
• create and send a text message.
• read your text messages and listen to voice
messages.
• create and send a namecard.
• use the message templates.
• view how many messages you have sent or
received.
Note: You can quickly access the Message menu by
pressing
in Standby mode.
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Note: You can quickly access the New Msg. menu by
pressing and holding
in Standby mode.
1. Enter a message and press
.
For further details about entering characters,
see page 28.
2. Enter the phone number of the destination using
the number keypad.
Pressing
allows you to search for a number
from Phonebook by a person’s or group’s name.
When you find the number, press
to place a
check mark and press
.
3. If you want to send the message to more than
one person, press
and fill in another
destination field.
Note: You will be billed for each phone number.
4. If necessary, repeat steps 2 and 3 to add more
phone numbers. You can enter up to 20
numbers.
5. When you are finished, press
message.
to send the
6. When the message has been sent successfully,
the display asks if you want to save it in the
Sent Msg. folder (Menu 2-2-3-1). Select Yes
.
or No, and press
If the phone fails to send the message, the
phone asks if you want to save it in the Hold
Msg. folder (Menu 2-2-3-2). Select Yes or No,
and press
.
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Incoming (MENU 2-2-2)
Your phone can receive voice mail and text
messages. When the phone receives a message, an
alert sounds, and a text notification displays along
with the New Message icon (
). The icon remains
on the display until you read the text message(s) or
listen to the voice message(s).
Your phone receives incoming messages in both
Standby mode and Talk mode. Messages can be
received when the phone is locked, but you cannot
access them. To review messages, you must unlock
the phone.
When the memory is full and a new message comes
in, the phone automatically erases the messages in
the Incoming box, starting with the oldest in order,
to receive the new one. If all of the messages are
protected or not reviewed, the phone rejects new
messages.
While reading a message, press
following options:
to access the
Reply: allows you to send a reply message to the
sender.
Forward: allows you to forward the message to
other people.
Delete: deletes the message.
Save Number: allows you to save the phone
number of the sender.
Protect: allows you to keep the message from
being deleted. Locked messages are marked with
the
icon on the list. They are not deleted until
you unlock them by selecting this option.
On the message list, press
following options:
to access the
Delete: deletes the selected message.
Reading text messages
Delete All: deletes all messages.
1. Select Text Msg on the Incoming screen using
the Navigation keys and press
.
Del Selected: allows you to select more than one
message by pressing
. Choosing this option
deletes those messages.
An indexed list of text messages displays. The
first message is the latest one. A symbol on the
left of the sender’s name or number indicates
the status of the message:
•
: Read messages
•
: Unread messages
•
: Locked messages
2. Scroll to a message and press
message.
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Listening to voice messages
1. Select Voice Msg on the Incoming screen using
the Navigation keys and press
.
The display shows you information about the
latest voicemail, such as the time and date it
was received and the caller’s name or number.
to view the
2. Select a message using the Navigation keys.
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3.
Internet/SMS
To
Press
listen to the voicemail
and follow the
prompts from the
voicemail server.
make a call to the
voicemail server
.
Note: You can also press and hold
in Standby
mode to dial the Voice mail server.
Alert Type 1~5: the phone uses one of several alert
tones.
Vibrate: the phone vibrates but does not ring.
Setting up the message display
Using the Msg. Display menu (MENU 2-2-2-4),
you can set the phone to display the contents of a
new text message when it comes in.
The following options are available:
Setting up the message alert
Set: the phone displays the full contents of the
message.
You can change the settings for the notification
alerts that inform you when a new message comes
in by using the Set Alert menu (MENU 2-2-2-3).
Cancel: the phone displays the New Message icon
(
) and text notification only.
The following options are available:
Alert Time: when a message is received, your
phone alerts you using the specified type in the
Alert Type option. You can set how often this will
happen. Select one of the following options:
Once: The phone alerts you to a new message just
once at the time of receipt.
Every 2 min.: The phone alerts you to a new
message every 2 minutes until you open the
message.
Off: The phone alerts you by blinking the service
light.
Alert Type: allows you to select a type for the
message alert.
Lamp: the service light flashes; the phone neither
rings nor vibrates.
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Outgoing (MENU 2-2-3)
You can store sent messages after transmission.
When the phone cannot send messages, you can
also store them as holding messages for sending
later.
1. On the Outgoing screen, select Sent Msg., Hold
Msg., or Draft Msg. using the Navigation keys,
and press
.
2. Scroll to a message and press
message.
While viewing a message, press
the following options:
to view the
to access
• Edit: allows you to edit the message. This
option is only available for the Draft Msg.
menu.
• Forward/Send SMS/Resend: allows you to
forward, send or resend the message.
• Delete: deletes the message.
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On the message list, press
following options:
to access the
New Msg.: allows you to create a new message.
This option is only available for the Draft Msg.
menu.
To create a name card:
1. Select Make Name card and press
2. Enter your name and press
.
.
For further details about how to enter
characters, see page 28.
Forward/Resend: allows you to forward or resend
the message. You cannot use this option in the
Draft Msg. menu.
3. Enter your phone number and press
Delete: deletes the selected message.
4. Enter the text you want and press
Delete All: allows you to delete all messages.
5. When a confirmation message displays, select
Yes and press
.
.
.
Name card (MENU 2-2-4)
In this menu, you can create a name card for your
self and send it to other people.
To send a name card:
1. Select Send Name card and press
.
2. Enter a destination number.
Pressing
allows you to search for a number
from Phonebook by a person’s or group’s name.
When you find the number, press
to place a
check mark and press
.
3. If you want to send the message to more than
one person, press
and fill in another
destination field.
Note: You will be billed for each phone number.
4. Press
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to send the name card.
Msg Templates (MENU 2-2-5)
Your phone has 10 preset messages to aid you
when writing a new message. You can change
them, if necessary.
To change a message template:
1. Select a message template using
press
.
or
2. Clear the existing message using
.
3. Enter a new message and press
and
.
For further details about how to enter
characters, see page 28.
After changing a message template, you can send
the message template to other people. For further
details about sending a text message. See page 71.
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Message Log (MENU 2-2-6)
Alert Type (Menu 2-3-1)
This menu shows you how many messages you
have sent or received.
In this menu, you can set how you are alerted when
the phone receives data and fax calls.
Set Modem
(MENU 2-3)
Your phone is capable of sending or receiving digital
data and fax calls when connected to a computing
device (laptop, desktop, handheld, palmtop, etc.)
running Windows NT, Windows 98, or later versions
of Windows. The phone functions just like a
standard modem on your PC, enabling you to use
wireless data involving a wide variety of Windows
software applications.
To use digital data or fax services with your phone,
you need to obtain a digital data/fax kit from your
local Samsung dealer. This kit contains the cables,
software, and user’s manual required for you to
connect and use your phone with your computing
device.
See your data kit manual for further details about
setting up your computing device.
Note: The phone must be on a digital network to
receive faxes and data.
1. Select a ringer category by pressing
and press
.
or
,
2. Select the sound or melody you want by
pressing
or
.
3. Press
to save the selection.
4. To exit, press
or
.
Auto Receive (MENU 2-3-2)
You can set the phone to function as a modem to
receive voice, data, and fax calls.
The following options are available:
Cancel: The auto receive mode for data and faxes
is turned off. Your phone can only send or receive
voice calls.
Modem: The phone automatically receives data.
Fax: The phone automatically receives faxes.
Data Call (MENU 2-3-3)
In this menu, you can select the speed for the
communication between your phone and a
computing device.
Select one from Auto speed, 19.2kbps,
115.2kbps, and 230.4kbps.
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Useful Tools
Using the Useful Tools menu, you can:
• listen to melodies downloaded from the Wireless
Web or received in messages.
• view images downloaded from the Wireless Web
or received in messages, and set one as your
wallpaper for the idle screen.
• set the I.Beam feature.
Using the Video Bell menu
When you have downloaded video clips from the
Wireless Web or received them in messages, you
can use them in the Video Bell menu (Menu 3-13). You can also use video clips you have recorded
in this menu.
To play a video clip:
1. Select My Video Bell or Received Video Bell
and press
.
• play Bomb link.
• view the memory status for games, melodies,
and images.
2. Select a video clip using the Navigation keys and
press
.
The selected video clip plays.
Embedded melodies
(MENU 3-1)
This menu accesses the sounds and melodies used
to alert you to incoming calls. A sound or melody
selected in this menu is used according to the
setting in the Ringer Type menu (MENU 8-1-1).
You can also play downloaded files using your
phone as an MP3 player.
Note: You can quickly access the Embedded
melodies menu by pressing and holding
in Standby mode.
Setting a ringer bell
1. Select a ringer category using the Navigation
keys and press
.
2. Select a melody using the Navigation keys and
press
.
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You can use the following keys during playing a
video clip:
To
Press
resume or play
.
skip backward through
a file
.
skip forward through a
file
.
stop and return to the
file list
adjust the volume
On the file list, press
options:
.
the Volume keys.
to access the following
Send Video Mail: alows you to send a video clip to
other people as part of a video mail.
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Setup Animation: allows you to set the video clip
as a power on or off image, wallpaper image, or
image to be displayed when you connect to the
internet.
Animations&Images
Set to Bell: allows you to set the video clip as an
incoming call image.
Scroll to the image you want using the Navigation
keys and press
.
Lock/Unlock: allows you to prevent the video clip
from being deleted.
The following options are available:
Change Title: allows you to change the file name.
File Info: shows information about the video clip.
(MENU 3-2)
You can set various animated images to display on
the background of the display.
Idle Mode: allows you to select an image to
display on the idle screen.
Delete: deletes the video clip.
Incoming Call: allows you to select an image to
alert you when a call comes in.
Delete All: allows you to delete all of the video
clips stored in this menu.
Browser Conn.: allows you to select an image to
display when you connect to the Internet.
Power On: allows you to select an image to display
when you switch on the phone.
Power Off: allows you to select an image to
display when you switch off the phone.
Delete Image: allows you to delete images or
video clips downloaded from the Wireless Web, or
images or video clips you have used in the Setup
Animation option.
I. Beam
(MENU 3-3)
This feature allows you to use the phone as a
remote controller for various machines, such as a
television or video player. You can also send or
receive data to or from IrDA-compatible phones or
other devices through the infrared port.
Note: You can quickly access the I.Beam menu by
pressing
in Standby mode.
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Remote Controller (MENU 3-3-1)
Using this menu, you can set the phone to act as a
remote controller.
Note: you can quickly enter this menu by pressing
in Standby mode.
and holding
or
,
You can designate the area in which the device
the phone will control is located.
2. Use the Navigation keys to select the item you
want to control and press
.
3. Select the manufacturer of the item and press
.
4. Enter the number you want using
or
to
set the number you want to use. Repeat this
step to add more numbers.
5. Align the IrDA port on the phone with the item
you want to control.
6. When you are finished, press
.
To deactivate remote control:
1. Select ROOM, LIVING, or ETC. using
and press
.
or
2. Select the item you want to deactivate and press
.
3. Select one of the following options and press
:
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• Disable All: allows you to deactivate all of the
items you have registered.
4. When a confirmation message displays, select
Yes and press
.
To set up as a remote controller:
1. Select ROOM, LIVING, or ETC. using
and press
.
• Disable: allows you to deactivate the selected
items.
While you are using the phone as a remote
controller, you can use other remote controllers you
have set up by pressing
and then pressing
or
to scroll to the remote controller you want to
use. If you close the phone while using your phone
as a remote controller, the remote control function
does not deactivate.
Notes:
• When a call come in while you are using your phone
to answer the call.
as a remote controller, press
• You can turn on or off all of the machines you have
registered to be remotely controlled by the phone at
one time. Select the space you want to control and
.
press
• It should be noted that the remote control feature of
the cellular phone is not based on any cooperation
between SAMSUNG and the companies
manufacturing and/or importing the devices
supported by the remote control. Therefore, one
should not contact such companies for support or
warranty with respect to the remote control feature
incorporated in the cellular phone. Moreover Suny
and/or SAMSUNG do not assume and responsibility
with connection to the operation of the cellular
phone as a remote control and the user himself will
be solely responsible for any effect on the operated
devices which the use of the remote control feature
incorporated in the cellular phone may have,
including sole responsibility for the relationship
between the user and the companies from which the
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user has purchased and/or borrowed and/or rented
the devices which are operated by such remote
control. Likewise, the user is obliged to check, before
using the remote control feature, if any such effect
may occur.
IrDA (MENU 3-3-2)
Using this menu, you can send or receive
Phonebook entries or name cards.
Notes:
• To send or receive data via IrDA, you must check
whether or not the other phone’s IrDA feature is
active.
• You can use an infrared connection with other
Samsung phones. Depending on the IrDA protocol
type, some phones may not share with your
Samsung phone.
• For optimal communication, the IrDA ports between
the 2 phones should be close to each other.
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The received data is automatically saved in the
corresponding folder.
3. When you are finished, press
.
Note: To receive data via IrDA, the phone that will
receive data must be set to Rx Mode.
Sending your namecard
1. Select Send Namecard on the Useful Tools
screen and press
.
2. Align the IrDA ports between the 2 phones.
3. When you have finished, press
.
Sending your Phonebook entries
To send all of the entries in your Phonebook:
1. Select Send Phonebooks on the Useful Tools
screen and press
.
Receiving data
2. Select Total and press
1. Select Rx Mode on the Useful Tools screen and
press
.
3. Align the IrDA ports between the 2 phones.
2. Align the IrDA ports between the 2 phones, as
shown.
.
4. When you have finished, press
.
To send caller group entries:
1. Select Send Phonebooks on the Useful Tools
screen and press
.
2. Select Group searching and press
.
3. Scroll through the list and press
to select a
caller group. Repeat this step to select more
caller groups.
4. Press
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5. Align the IrDA ports between the 2 phones.
6. When you are finished, press
.
To send a selected Phonebook entry:
1. Select Send Phonebooks on the Useful Tools
screen and press
.
2. Select Find Number and press
OPTIONS: allows you to change the default
settings for playing the game.
Sound: allows you to turn the game sound on or off.
.
3. Select a searching method and press
100 ATTACK: allows you to start a limited, 100flame game. 100 balls of the fire will come down
the pipes. When the hundredth has passed, the
game is over.
.
Vibe: allows you to set the phone to vibrate when
bombs go off.
4. Enter a name, phone number, or location
number, and press
.
High Scores: shows the high score table.
5. Scroll to an entry using the Navigation keys.
INSTRUCTIONS: shows how to play the game.
6. Press
To play the Bomb link game:
to send the selected entry.
Alternatively, press
options:
to access the following
• One: sends the selected entry using the IrDA
port.
• Total: sends all Phonebook entries using the
IrDA port.
7. Align the IrDA ports between the 2 phones.
8. When you are finished, press
Bomb link
.
(MENU 3-4)
Clear Scores: allows you to clear your score.
1. Select ENDLESS or 100 ATTACK and press
.
2. Select a difficulty level and press
game.
to start a
3. While playing the game, pressing
pauses
the game and the phone displays the following
options:
• Sound: allows you to turn the game sound on
or off.
• Vibe: allows you to set the phone to vibrate
when bombs go off.
• Resume: resumes the game.
Accessing this menu launches the Bomb link game.
The phone displays the following options:
ENDLESS: allows you to start a new game.
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• To title: returns to the startup screen.
4. If you want to stop playing, press
.
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Memory Status
Organizer
(MENU 3-5)
The Organizer feature enables you to:
You can check the amount of memory being used
and the remaining memory available for games,
melodies, and images.
• set the phone to ring at a specified time.
The displays show the Total, Used, and Free
memory for the various items.
• create a list of things to do.
Game: shows the list of applications downloaded
from the Wireless Web.
• check the current time in another part of the
world.
Music: shows the list of downloaded music files,
such as sounds or melodies.
• enter an event and keep track of how much time
has passed since the event.
Image: shows the list of downloaded image files.
• view the time log for calls and set the current
time and date.
When you select an item from the list, the display
shows its memory size at the bottom. You can
change the sort order of the file list by pressing
or
.
You can also delete the selected item or all of the
items by pressing
.
• keep track of important dates and events.
• use the phone as a calculator.
Morning Call
(MENU 4-1)
You can set an alarm to ring at a specified time
every day or only on weekdays. This feature is
useful when you need a wake-up call.
To set a wake-up call:
1. Press
and select one of the following options:
• Morn. Call Time: enter the time you want the
alarm to ring using the number keypad. You
need to enter the time in 24-hour format.
• Melody: select the ringer type and then the
melody or sounds.
• Interval: select a repeat option for the alarm
to ring from Daily, Sun to Fri, or Sun to Thu.
• Repeat: select how often the phone informs
you of the morning call.
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2. After changing the settings, press
.
4. After changing the settings, press
3. Repeat steps 1 to 2, if necessary.
5. Repeat steps 2 and 4, if necessary.
4. When you are finished, select Set.
6. When you are finished, select Set.
5. Press
7. Press
to save the setting.
.
to save the setting.
To cancel the weekday alarm, access the Morning
Call menu (MENU 4-1) and select Cancel.
To stop the alarm when it rings, press any key after
opening the phone.
Notes:
• The morning call sounds even when your phone is in
Silent mode (see page 24).
• If you set the Repeat option, open the phone and
to stop the alarm.
press
Note: Keep in mind that if the alarm time expires
while the phone is in Silent mode, the phone
vibrates once and the service light blinks.
Alarm Clock
(MENU 4-2)
Scheduler
This menu allows you to set up to 2 alarms to ring
at a specified time.
To set an alarm:
1. Select Alarm 1 or Alarm 2 and press
.
2. When an alarm screen appears, press
.
3. Select one of the following options and press
:
• Alarm Time: enter the time when the alarm
sounds using the number keypad. You need to
enter the time in 24-hour format.
• Melody: select the ring type and then the
melody or sounds.
• Interval: select a repeat option for the alarm
to ring from Once or Daily.
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To cancel an alarm, access it and select Cancel on
the Alarm Clock screen.
(MENU 4-3)
This menu allows you to view the current month as
well as past or future months in calendar format. In
this menu, the current day is highlighted on the
calendar. You can schedule up to 50 events and be
alerted by the calendar function before an event
occurs. Days with scheduled events are marked
with a pink box.
Selecting a day on the calendar view
• You can move to the next or the previous day by
pressing
or
.
• You can move up or down one week by pressing
or
.
• To display the next or the previous month, use
the Volume keys on the left side of the phone.
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• You can also use the number keypad.
5. Press
-
: selects today’s date of the previous year.
-
: moves to the previous week.
-
: selects today’s date of the following year.
-
: moves to the previous day.
-
: selects today.
-
: selects the next day.
-
: moves to the previous month.
-
: moves to the next week.
-
: moves to the next month.
6. Specify when an alarm will inform you of your
schedule by pressing
or
, and press
.
7. Select a ring category using
.
or
8. Select a sound or melody using
press
.
9. Press
On the Scheduler view, you can access the following
options by pressing
:
Set Schedule: allows you to add a new event.
Delete All: allows you to delete all of the events
stored on the calendar.
Scheduling a new event
1. Select a day on the Schedule view, referring to
“Selecting a day on the calendar view” on
page 93. Press
.
2. If necessary, change the date and press
to accept your input.
.
3. Enter the time for the event in 24-hour format.
, and press
or
, and
to save the event.
Viewing a scheduled event
Select a day on the Calendar view, referring to
“Selecting a day on the calendar view” on page 93.
Press
. The list of the events on the selected day
appears.
If more than one event is scheduled, press
or
to scroll to an event. Press
to view the
event information.
While viewing an event list, press
following options:
to access the
Edit: allows you to edit the selected event.
Add: allows you to add a new event.
Delete: deletes the selected event.
The Contents field automatically highlights.
4. Press
and enter your event information.
For further information about entering
characters, see page 28.
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Memo Pad
Calculator
(MENU 4-4)
You can make up to 10 memos of things you need
to remember.
Writing a new memo
1. Enter what you need to remember.
For further details about entering characters,
see page 28.
2. Press
to save the memo.
(MENU 4-5)
Using this feature, you can use the phone as a
calculator. The calculator provides basic arithmetic
functions: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and
division.
To perform a calculation:
1. Enter the first number using the numeric keys.
Note: Use
to enter a decimal point and
to change the sign of a number to a
negative (-).
When you access the Memo Pad menu (MENU 44), a list of the memos you have saved displays.
2. Set the operation for your calculation by
pressing one of the Navigation keys, according
to the illustration on the display: + (add), (subtract), x (multiply), ÷ (divide).
Scroll through the list by pressing the Navigation
keys until the memo you want highlights and:
3. Enter the second number and press
the result.
• Press
4. Repeat steps 1 and 3 as many times as required.
Viewing a memo
to view details.
While viewing a memo, press
following options:
to access the
5. Press
to get
to exit.
Edit: allows you to edit the selected memo.
Delete: deletes the selected memo.
• Press
to access the following options:
New Memo: allows you to create a new memo.
Delete: deletes the selected memo.
Delete All: allows you to delete all memos.
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World time
(MENU 4-6)
In this menu, you can check the current time in
another part of the world.
Press the Navigation keys to scroll to the time zone
you want to check.
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D-Day Plus
Viewing an event
(MENU 4-7)
This menu helps you know how much time it takes
for you to do something or how many months,
days, hours, and minutes until a specific event
occurs.
Creating an event
1. Press
, select Add, and press
Scroll through the list using the Navigation keys and
press
to view the timers. The displays shows
the specified time and date of the event, and how
many days, hours, and minute have passed.
While viewing an event, press
following options:
.
2. Enter a name for your event and press
When you access the D-Day Plus menu (MENU 47), a list of the events you have saved displays.
.
For more information about how to enter
characters, see page 28.
to access the
Edit: allows you to edit the selected timer.
Delete: deletes the selected timer.
3. Enter the time and date from which you want to
count down.
You can also access the following options by
pressing
.
• Set Date: allows you to count the date you
want.
• Set Alarm: allows you to set an alarm to
remind you of the event.
4. Press
to save the event.
On the event list, press
options:
to access the following
Add: allows you to add a new event.
Delete: deletes the selected event.
Delete All: allows you to delete all events.
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3G-TV
(MENU 4-8)
In this menu, you can view the time log for calls
you have made, and you can also set the current
time and date.
Air Time (MENU 4-8-1)
When you access this menu, you can view the time
log for calls and connections to the Internet.
Press
to access the following options:
Del Last call: deletes the last call you made.
The 3G-TV feature enables you to:
• download video files and music files from the
Wireless Web.
• access the web browser preset by your service
provider to view the latest news.
• download media files from the Wireless Web.
• send or receive a video mail.
• configure the 3G-TV feature.
Note: You can quickly access the 3G-TV menu by
pressing
in Standby mode.
Del Total calls: deletes the time log for all calls
you have dialed.
Del Internet: deletes the time log for Internet
connections.
Del Data calls: deletes the time log for data calls.
All Calls: allows you to delete all time logs for calls
and data calls, and resets the air time counter.
Set Time&Date (MENU 4-8-2)
In this menu, you can set the current time and date
using the number keys.
Video portal
(MENU 5-1)
Using this menu, you can access the web site preset
by your service provider to view video clips supplied
by your service provider. For further details, contact
your service provider.
Music&Vclips
(MENU 5-2)
Using this menu, you can download music files from
the web site preset by your service provider, and
play them using your phone as a media player.
Note: You can quickly access the Music&Vclips menu
by pressing
in Standby mode.
Download Music (MENU 5-2-1)
Selecting this menu loads the web site preset by
your service provider for downloading music files.
For further details, contact your service provider.
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Multimedia player (MENU 5-2-2)
When you access this menu, a list of the files
downloaded from the Wireless Web is displayed.
1. Scroll to the file you want using the Navigation
keys and press
.
The selected file plays.
To
Press
pause or resume
.
skip forward through a
file
.
skip backward through a
file
.
stop and return to the file
list
.
adjust the volume
the Volume keys.
Note: When you play a media file with a headset
connected to the phone, press to use the
Bass Booster menu (MENU 5-6-4). For
details, see page 116.
On the file list, press
options:
to access the following
Contents Sorting: allows you to change the sort
order of the files.
Contents Info: shows you information about the
selected file.
Change Title: allows you to change the file name.
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Delete: deletes the selected file.
Delete All: allows you to delete all files.
Playing a media file
2.
Lock/Unlock: allows you to protect the selected
file from being deleted.
Note: You can add media files to the My List or Music
Play List folder. Scroll through the list using the
or
to place
Navigation keys and press
a check mark by a file.
Using the My List folder
After adding media files to the My List folder, you
can play them.
On the Contents screen, press
when My List
highlights. Scroll to the file you want using the
Navigation keys and press
to play. For further
details about playing a file, see “Playing a media
file” on page 102.
On the MyList screen, press
following options:
to access the
Play Mode: allows you to select a play mode. The
following options are available:
Selected File: allows you to play the selected file
repeatedly. You can specify how many times the
phone plays the selected file.
Repeat Play: allows you to play all of the files stored
in the My List folder. You can specify how many
times the phone plays the files.
Random Play: allows you to play all of the files
stored in the My List folder at random. You can
specify how many the phone plays the files.
Change Order: allows you to change the sort order
of the files.
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Content Info: shows you information about the
selected file.
TV channels
Discard: deletes the selected file.
Accessing this menu loads the web site preset by
your service provider. You can view the latest new
and information. For further details, contact your
service provider.
Discard All: allows you to delete all files.
Using the Music Play List folder
After adding media files to the Music Play List folder,
you can play them. You can also play them with the
phone closed.
(MENU 5-3)
Live Bell/Screen
(MENU 5-4)
On the Contents screen, press
when Music
Play List highlights. Scroll to the file you want
using the Navigation keys and press
to play. For
further details about playing a file, see “Playing a
media file” on page 102.
Using this menu, you can download various media
files. You can also play them.
On the Music List screen, you can access various
options. For further details, see page 103.
Selecting this menu loads the web site preset by
your service provider for downloading media files.
For further details, contact your service provider.
To play a file with the phone closed:
1. Press and hold
Live bell (MENU 5-4-2)
.
A file name displays.
2. Scroll through the file list using
or
or the
Volume keys until the file you want highlights.
3. Press
4.
to play the music file.
To
Press
pause or resume
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Download new item (MENU 5-4-1)
.
play the previous music file
.
Note: You can set one sound as a ringtone by
and selecting the Set To Bell
pressing
option.
Live Screen (MENU 5-4-3)
.
play the next music file
You can play music files stored in this folder. For
further details about playing a file and using
options, see page 102.
You can play video clips stored in this folder. For
further details about playing a file and using
options, see page 102.
adjust the volume
the Volume keys.
stop and return to the
stanby mode
hold
.
Note: You can set one video as your wallpaper for the
and selecting the
idle screen by pressing
Setup Animation option.
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Multimedia player (MENU 5-4-4)
Pressing
gives you options which allow you
to find a phone number or e-mail address stored
in Phonebook.
In this menu, you can access the media files you
have downloaded from the Wireless Web. For
further details about using items, see page 102.
Video/Photo Mail
7. To send the message to more than one person,
press
and fill in another destination field.
8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 to add more destinations.
You can enter up to 5 numbers or addresses.
(MENU 5-5)
This menu allows you to send a video clip you have
recorded or an image you have captured to other
people by inserting them into a text message. You
can also receive messages containing video clips or
photos.
Video mail (MENU 5-5-1)
9. When you have finished, press
.
. If the phone
10.Select Send now and press
fails to send the message, it asks you if you
want to save the message in the Saved Msg.
folder. Select Yes. Otherwise select No.
To send the message later, select Send later.
Enter the time and date you will send the
message.
You can send a video mail using a video you have
recorded or downloaded from the Wireless Web.
Sending a video mail
To send a message using a stored video clip:
To send a message using a video you film right now:
1. On the Video Mail screen, select Send New
.
Video Mail and press
2. Select With new Video and press
3. Take and save a video by following steps 2 to 6
on page 121.
4. Enter a subject for your message and press
1. On the Video Mail screen, select Send New
.
Video Mail and press
2. Select With stored Video and press
.
The camera turns on and the display switches to
Record mode.
5. Write a message and press
Note: You will be billed for each destination.
.
3. Select the video you want by pressing the
Navigation keys and
.
4. Select the Send Video Mail option and press
.
5. Follow the procedure from step 4 on page 106.
.
.
6. Enter the destination number.
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Viewing sent video mails
Viewing received video mails
Using the Sent Video menu (MENU 5-5-1-2) or
the Saved Msg. menu (MENU 5-5-1-4), you can
review the video mails you have sent or you have
made but not successfully sent.
When you save received videos from the web server
to your phone’s memory, your phone stores them in
the Received Video menu (MENU 5-5-1-3).
1. On the Video Mail screen, select Received
.
Video and press
1. On the Video Mail screen, select Sent Video or
Saved Msg. and press
.
2. Scroll to the message you want using the
Navigation keys and press
.
2. Scroll to the message you want using the
Navigation keys and press
.
3. To scroll through the message, press
4. To view the video clip, press
Alternatively, press
message.
5.
To
.
.
3. To scroll through the message, press
.
4. To view the video clip, press
twice to resend the
Press
Alternatively, press
5.
twice.
To
Press
.
.
skip forward through a
video clip
.
skip backward
through the video
clip
.
skip backward through a
video clip
.
.
stop and return to
the file list
.
stop and return to the file
list
.
skip forward through
the video clip
adjust the volume
the Volume keys.
On the message list, press
following options:
to access the
Delete: deletes the message.
Delete All: allows you to delete all of the
messages.
or
.
pause or resume
pause or resume
adjust the volume
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On the message list, press
following options:
the Volume keys.
to access the
Delete: deletes the message.
Delete All: allows you to delete all of the
messages.
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Setting up video mail
Photo Mail (MENU 5-5-2)
Using the Configuration menu (MENU 5-5-1-5),
you can change the default settings for sending or
receiving video mail.
In this menu, you can send a photo mail using
photos you have taken or downloaded from the
Wireless Web.
The following options are available:
Sending a photo mail
Indicated NUM: When this option is active, the
recipient can see your phone number in your
message.
To send a message using a photo you take right
now:
1. On the Photo Mail screen, select Send New
.
PhotoMail and press
Indicated S_Result: When this option is active,
the network sends you a report message showing
whether or not your message has been delivered.
2. Select With new photo and press
Indicated R_Result: When this option is active,
the network sends you a report message showing
whether or not your message has been read by the
recipient.
To change a setting:
1. Select an option and press
.
If you do not want to use the option, select
Cancel.
After saving your setting, the display returns to
the Configuration screen.
3. To set another option, repeat from step 1.
4. To exit, press
or
.
The camera turns on and the display switches to
Capture mode.
3. Take and save a photo by following steps 2 to 6
on page 118.
4. Enter a subject for your message and press
.
2. Select Set to activate the option and press
.
5. Write a message and press
.
.
6. Enter the destination number.
Pressing
gives you options which allow you
to find a phone number or e-mail address stored
in Phonebook.
7. To send the message to more than one person,
press
and fill in another destination field.
8. Repeat steps 6 and 7 to add more destinations.
You can enter up to 5 numbers or addresses.
Note: You will be billed for each destination.
9. When you are finished, press
110
.
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10.Select Send now and press
. If the phone
fails to send the message, it asks you if you want
to save the message in the Saved Msg. folder.
Select Yes. Otherwise select No.
To send the photo mail later, select Send later
and press
. Enter the time and date you want
to send the message and press
.
To send a message using a stored photo:
1. On the Photo Mail Screen, select Send New
.
PhotoMail and press
2. Select With stored photo and press
.
The display shows a list of photos stored in the
Photo Album folder.
3. Select the photo you want by pressing the
Navigation keys and press
.
The selected photo displays.
4. If the displayed photo is not correct, scroll to a
different photo using the Navigation keys.
5. Press
and select the Send Photo Mail option.
6. Press
to enter a subject for your message.
7. Follow the procedure from step 4 on page 111.
Viewing sent photo mails
Using the Sent Msg. menu (MENU 5-5-2-2) or the
Saved Msg. menu (MENU 5-5-2-4), you can
review the messages you have sent or you have
made but not successfully sent.
Scroll to the message you want using the
Navigation keys and:
• Press
to view the message. To scroll through
the contents, press
or
.
While viewing a message, press
following options:
to access the
Forward: allows you to resend the message.
Delete: deletes the message.
• Press
to access the following options:
Delete: deletes the message.
Delete All: allows you to delete all of the
messages.
Viewing received photo mails
When you save received messages from the web
server to your phone’s memory, your phone stores
them under the Received Msg. menu (MENU 5-52-3).
Scroll to the message you want using the
Navigation keys and:
• Press
to view the message. To scroll through
the contents, press
or
.
While viewing a message, press
the following options:
to access
Forward: allows you to resend the message.
Delete: deletes the message.
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• Press
3G-TV
Configuration
to access the following options:
Delete: deletes the message.
(MENU 5-6)
In this menu, you can change the default settings
for the 3G-TV feature.
Delete All: allows you to delete all of the
messages.
Setting up photo mail
Choose Music Skin (MENU 5-6-1)
Using the Configuration menu (MENU 5-5-2-5),
you can change the default settings for sending or
receiving photo mail.
You can change the image to be displayed on the
screen while playing media files.
The following options are available:
Indicated NUM: When this option is active, the
recipient can see your phone number in your
message.
Scroll to the image you want using the Navigation
keys and press
.
Memory Info (MENU 5-6-2)
You can view the Total, Used, and Free memory
space for media contents, photos, and videos.
Indicated S_Result: When this option is active,
the network sends you a report message showing
whether or not your message has been delivered.
You can also view memory space in use for
Contents, for Photos, and for Vclips.
Indicated R_Result: When this option is active,
the network sends you a report message showing
whether or not your message has been read by the
recipient.
When you select an item from the list, you can
access the corresponding item box.
Screen Saver sound (MENU 5-6-3)
To change a setting:
1. Select an option and press
You can set a background melody.
.
2. Select Set to activate the option and press
.
To use the BGM setting, select Set and press
.
If you do not want to use the option, select
Cancel.
After saving your setting, the display returns to
the Configuration screen.
3. To set another option, repeat from step 1.
4. To exit, press
114
or
.
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Bass Booster (MENU 5-6-4)
You can select whether or not to use the bass
booster function.
Select Set and press
.
Notes:
• When you use this feature when a headset is
connected to the phone.
• You can use this feature while playing AAC
(Advanced Audio Coding) files.
• When this feature is active, the ( ) icon appears at
the bottom right of the media player screen. If this
feature is not available, the (
) icon appears at the
bottom right of the media player screen.
Digital Camcorder
Using the camera module embedded in your phone,
you can take photos of people or events while on
the move and send them to other phones. The
camera produces JPEG photos.
You can also record videos by using your phone as a
camcorder.
Note: You can quickly access this menu by press on
the right side of the phone in Standby mode.
CAUTION:
• Do not take photos of people without their
permission.
• Do not take photos in a place where cameras are not
allowed.
• Do not take photos in a place where you may
interfere with another person’s privacy.
Recording
(MENU 6-1)
In this menu, you can take a single or several shots
in rapid succession. You can also record a video
using the camera. The camera produces JPEG
photos and mp4 video clips.
Note: When you take a photo in direct sunlight or in
bright conditions, shadows may appear on the
photo.
Taking a photo
1. On the Digital Camcorder screen, choose Photo
Shot to take a single photo or Multi Shot to
take a series of action stills. Press
.
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2. Rotate the camera module and aim it at the
subject.
Using the options in Capture mode
The captured image displays on the full screen.
When you press
in Capture mode, the following
options are available for the current shot:
Note: Depending on the settings for the current shot,
some options are unavailable.
Resolution: allows you to select an image size,
640x480, 176x144, or 128x96.
Image Quality: allows you to select an image
quality, High, Mid, or Low.
When you press
, you can use the camera
options. For details, see page 119.
Turn-on/off Flash: allows you to turn on or off
the flash on the front of the phone.
You can change the image settings by using the
keypad. For details, see page 120.
Special Effect: allows you to change the color tone
or apply a special effect to the photo.
3. Press
or
to take the photo.
Notes:
• Hold the phone still for 1 or 2 seconds after
pressing the camera shutter key. It may take
some time to process the image data.
• Depending on the specified image size, the
shutter speed for Multi Shot may vary. The
larger the image, the slower the shutter speed.
4. Press
to save the photo.
If you want to discard the image and go back to
Capture mode, press
.
5. If necessary, clear the default name using
6. Enter a name for the photo and press
For further details about how to enter
characters, see page 28.
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.
.
Self Timer: allows you to set the phone to take a
photo after a predefined time. Press
or
to
select a time delay and select Start. When you
press
or
, the timer starts counting down.
Enable Space: shows the available memory space
for photos.
Daylight Add On/Off: allows you to use the
backlight compensation feature. In case of a very
bright background or a strong spot light behind the
main object, the camera will take into account all of
the incoming light, average it, and select an
exposure index. Without this adjustment, the photo
may be too dark to see. This feature is used to
solve this problem. This options is not available in
Multi shot mode.
Photo Album: switches to the Photo Album menu
(MENU 6-2). For further details, see page 124.
VGA Normal Screen/VGA Full Screen: switches
between Normal screen mode and Full screen
mode.
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Using the keys in Capture mode
Recording a video
You can use the following keys to customise your
camera settings when you are in Capture mode.
1. On the Digital Camcorder screen, choose Video
.
Recording and press
Key
Function
flips the image vertically.
views the mirror image.
/
changes the camera mode.
/
changes the image brightness.
changes the image size.
selects an image quality.
turns the flash on or off.
changes the color tone or applies a
special effect to the photo.
sets a timer.
shows the available memory space.
uses the backlight compensation
feature.
switches to the Photo Album menu
(MENU 6-2).
switches between Normal screen mode
and Full screen mode.
The image to be captured appears on the
display.
2. Adjust the image by rotating the camera module
and aiming it at the subject.
When you press
, you can use the camera
options. See page 122.
You can change the image settings by using the
keypad. For details, see page 123.
3. Press
or
to start recording.
Note: To use the flash while recording a video
clip, press and hold until you want the
flash to turn on.
4. When you are finished, press
.
Otherwise, the phone will automatically stop
when the allowed recording time expires.
5. If necessary, clear the default name using
6. Enter a name for the video and press
.
.
For further details about how to enter
characters, see page 28.
The phone saves the video clip in the Video Album
menu (Menu 6-3), and returns to Record mode.
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Using the options in Record mode
Using the keypad in Record mode
When you press
in Record mode, the following
options are available for the current shot:
You can use the following keys to customise your
camera settings when you are in Record mode.
Note: Depending on the settings for the current shot,
some options are unavailable.
Key
flips the image vertically.
Image Quality: allows you to select an image
quality, High, Mid, or Low.
Special Effect: allows you to change the color tone
or apply a special effect to the image.
Self Timer: allows you to set the phone to take a
video clip after a predefined time. Press
or
to select a time delay and select Start. When you
press
or
, the timer starts counting down.
Function
views the mirror image.
/
changes the camera mode.
/
changes the image brightness.
selects an image quality.
changes the color tone or applies a
special effect to the phone.
Enable Space: shows the available memory space
for video clips.
sets a timer.
For Mail/Save: allows you to select one of the
following options:
selects either Mail mode or Save mode.
shows the available memory space.
For Mail: allows you to record a video of up to 1
minute for adding to a video mail.
switches to the Video Album menu
(MENU 6-3).
For Save: allows you to record a video clip within
the limit of the current available memory. How long
your video can be depends on how much memory
has been used.
pauses or resumes the recording.
If you set the image quality to High or Mid, you
can record up to 1 hour.
If you set the image quality to Low, you can record
up to 2 hours.
VClip Album: switches to the Video Album menu
(MENU 6-3). For details, see page 125.
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Photo Album
Digital Camcorder
(MENU 6-2)
When you access this menu, a list of the photos you
have taken displays. Scroll through the list using
the Navigation keys and press
to view the
selected photo on the full screen. In this mode, you
can scroll through the photos using the Navigation
keys. While viewing a photo, press
to view an
enlargement of the photo. You can press the
Navigation keys to scroll through the photo. To go
back to the photo list, press
again.
Press
to access the following options:
Send Photo Mail: allows you to send the photo as
part of a photo mail. For further details about
sending a photo mail, see page 128.
Setup Animation: allows you to set the photo as a
power on or off image, wallpaper image for the idle
screen, incoming call image, or an image to be
displayed when you connect to the Internet.
Video Album
(MENU 6-3)
In this menu, you can view video clips you have
recorded. When you access this menu, a list of the
videos you have recorded displays. You can save
one or several segments of a video clip as one file
on your phone.
Viewing a video clip
1. Scroll to the video clip you want to view using
the Navigation keys.
2. Press
3.
to play the video you selected.
To
Press
pause or resume
.
skip forward through a
video clip
.
Lock/Unlock: allows you to protect the photo from
being deleted.
skip backward through
a video clip
.
Change Title: allows you to change the photo’s
name.
stop and return to the
file list
.
File Info: shows information about the selected
photo, such as the file name, the time and date it
was taken, file size, and photo size.
adjust the volume
Delete: deletes the photo.
Delete All: deletes all of the photos in your Photo
Album folder.
VGA Normal Screen/VGA Full Screen: switches
between Normal screen mode and Full screen
mode. This option is only available when you are
viewing a photo.
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On the file list, press
options:
the Volume keys.
to access the following
Send Video Mail: allows you to send the video clip
as part of a video mail. For further details about
sending a video mail, see page 132.
Setup Animation: allows you to set the video clip
as a power on or off image, wallpaper image for the
idle screen, or an image to be displayed when you
connect to the Internet.
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Add Melody List: allows you to set the selected
video file as a ringer melody or add it to the alert
sound list.
Lock/Unlock: allows you to protect the video clip
from being deleted.
Change Title: allows you to change the name of
the video clip.
File Info: allows you to view information about the
selected video clip.
Delete: deletes the currently selected video clip.
Delete All: allows you to delete all of the video
clips stored in your phone.
Note: You can add video clips to the My List folder.
Scroll through the list using the Navigation keys
to place a check mark by a
and press
video clip. For further details about using the
My List folder, see page 104.
Editing a video clip
You can save one or several segments of a video
clip as one file on your phone.
Note: When the image quality of the video is high or
medium, you can edit the video of up to 30
minutes. When the image quality of the video
is low, you can edit the video of up to 60
minutes.
To save one or more segments:
Digital Camcorder
3. When the video clip begins playing, press
start editing.
to
Note: You can edit a video clip only when the
playing duration is 7 seconds or longer.
The progress bar at the bottom of the screen will
be turn red.
4. Select a purpose for the editing, For Mail or For
.
Save, and press
If you want to pause the editing, press
. To
resume, press
again. By doing this, you can
include multiple parts of the video in your new
video clip.
Example: if you want to make a new, edited clip
containing the first ten seconds of the video clip,
and also the last ten seconds, you can press
after the first ten seconds, wait as the clip
continues to play, and then press
again ten
seconds before the end of the clip. This will give
you a new clip of twenty seconds. You can do
this multiple times in order to cut out only those
segments that you want.
5. To finish editing, press
.
The phone automatically stops the editing
process when the clip ends.
6. Enter the name you want, and press
.
For further details, about how to enter
characters, see page 28.
1. Scroll to the video clip you want to view using
the Navigation keys.
2. Press
126
to play the video you selected.
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Photo Mail
Digital Camcorder
(MENU 6-4)
This menu allows you to send an image you have
captured to other people by inserting it into a text
message. You can also receive messages containing
photos.
9. Select Send now and press
. If the phone
fails to send the message, it asks you if you
want to save the message in the Saved Msg.
folder. Select Yes. Otherwise select No.
To send the photo mail later, select Send later.
Enter the time and date you want to send the
message, and press
.
Send New PhotoMail (MENU 6-4-1)
To send a message using a stored photo:
To send a message with a photo you’d like to take
right now:
1. Select With stored photo and press
1. Select With new photo and press
The display shows a list of photos stored in the
Photo Album folder.
.
The camera turns on and the display switches to
Capture mode.
2. Take and save a photo by following steps 2 to 6
on page 118.
3. Enter a subject for your message and press
4. Write a message and press
.
.
Pressing
gives you options which allow you
to find a phone number or e-mail address stored
in Phonebook.
6. To send the message to more than one person,
press
and fill in another destination field.
7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 to add more destinations.
You can enter up to 5 numbers or addresses.
Note: You will be billed for each destination.
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2. Select the photo you want by pressing the
Navigation keys and press
.
The selected photo displays.
3. If the displayed photo is not correct, scroll to
another photo using the Navigation keys and
press
.
4. Select the Send Photo Mail option and press
.
5. Enter the destination number.
8. When you have finished, press
.
.
5. Follow the procedure from step 3 on page 128.
Sent Msg. (MENU 6-4-2)
In this menu, you can review the messages you
have sent.
Scroll to the message you want using the
Navigation keys and:
• Press
to view the message. To scroll through
the contents, press
or
.
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While viewing a message, press
following options:
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to access the
Forward: allows you to send the message again.
Delete: deletes the message.
• Press
to access the following options:
Delete: deletes the message.
Delete All: allows you to delete all messages.
Received Msg. (MENU 6-4-3)
Scroll to the message you want using the
Navigation keys and:
• Press
to view the message. To scroll through
the contents, press
or
.
to access
Forward: allows you to send the message.
Delete: deletes the message.
• Press
Using this menu, you can view the messages you
have been unable to send.
For further details about viewing a message, see
“Sent Msg.” on page 129.
Configuration (MENU 6-4-5)
In this menu, you can change the default settings
for sending or receiving photo mails.
The following options are available:
When you save messages you have received from
the web server to your phone’s memory, your
phone stores them under this menu.
While viewing a message, press
the following options:
Saved Msg. (MENU 6-4-4)
to access the following options:
Delete: deletes the message.
Delete All: allows you to delete all messages.
Indicated NUM: When this option is active, the
recipient can see your phone number in your
message.
Indicated S_Result: When this option is active,
the network sends you a report message showing
whether or not your message has been delivered.
Indicated R_Result: When this option is active,
the network sends you a report message showing
whether or not your message has been read by the
recipient.
To change a setting:
1. Select an option and press
.
2. Select Set to activate the option and press
.
If you do not want to use the option, select
Cancel.
After saving your setting, the display returns to
the Configuration screen.
3. To set another option, repeat from step 1.
4. To exit, press
130
or
.
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Video Mail
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8. When you have finished, press
(MENU 6-5)
This menu allows you to send a video file you have
recorded or video files downloaded from the
Wireless Web to other people by inserting them into
a text message. You can also receive messages
containing a video clip.
Send New Video Mail (MENU 6-5-1)
To send a message using a video you’d like to shoot
right now:
1. Select With new Video and press
.
The camera turns on and the display switches to
Record mode.
2. Shoot and save a video by following steps 2 to 6
on page 121.
3. Enter a subject for your message and press
4. Write a message and press
.
. If the phone
9. Select Send now and press
fails to send the message, it asks you if you
want to save the message in the Saved Msg.
folder. Select Yes. Otherwise select No.
To send the message later, select Send later.
Enter the time and date you want to send the
message.
To send a message using a stored video clip:
1. Select With stored Video and press
.
2. Select the video you want by pressing the
Navigation keys and
.
3. Select the Send Video Mail option and press
.
4. Follow the procedure from step 3 on page 132.
.
.
5. Enter the destination number or e-mail address.
Pressing
gives you options which allow you
to find a phone number or e-mail address stored
in Phonebook.
6. To send the message to more than one person,
press
and fill in another destination field.
7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 to add more destinations.
You can enter up to 5 numbers or addresses.
Note: You will be billed for each destination.
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Digital Camcorder
Sent Video (MENU 6-5-2)
Received Video (MENU 6-5-3)
In this menu, you can review video mails you have
sent.
When you save messages you have received from
the web server to your phone’s memory, your
phone stores them under this menu.
1. Scroll to the message you want using the
Navigation keys and press
.
2. To scroll through the message, press
3. To view the video clip, press
Alternatively, press
message.
4.
To
or
.
twice to resend the
.
1. Scroll to the message you want using the
Navigation keys and press
.
2. To scroll through the message, press
3. To view the video clip, press
Alternatively, press
Press
4.
.
.
twice.
To
Press
pause or resume
.
pause or resume
.
skip forward through
the video clip
.
skip forward through a
video clip
.
skip backward
through the video
clip
.
skip backward through a
video clip
.
.
stop and return to the file
list
.
stop and return to
the file list
adjust the volume
or
adjust the volume
the Volume keys.
the Volume keys.
On the message list, press
following options:
to access the
Delete: deletes the message.
On the message list, press
following options:
to access the
Delete: deletes the message.
Delete All: allows you to delete all messages.
Delete All: allows you to delete all of the
messages.
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Digital Camcorder
Setup
Saved Msg. (MENU 6-5-4)
Using this menu, you can view the messages you
have been unable to send.
(MENU 6-6)
For further details about viewing a message, see
“Sent Video” on page 134.
Using this menu, you can lock your photos, videos,
photo mails, or video mails. You can also change
the default sounds to be used when you are using
the camera.
Configuration (MENU 6-5-5)
To access the Setup menu, you must enter the 4digit lock code. It is preset to “0000” at the factory.
In this menu, you can change the default settings
for sending or receiving video mails.
Lock Photos (MENU 6-6-1)
In this menu, you can lock the Photo Album menu
to keep it from being accessed by unauthorized
. Once the menu
people. Select Lock and press
has been locked, you need to enter the lock code to
access it.
The following options are available:
Indicated NUM: When this option is active, the
recipient can see your phone number in your
message.
Indicated S_Result: When this option is active,
the network sends you a report message showing
whether or not your message has been delivered.
Lock Videos (MENU 6-6-2)
Indicated R_Result: When this option is active,
the network sends you a report message showing
whether or not your message has been read by the
recipient.
In this menu, you can lock the Video Album menu
to keep it from being accessed by unauthorized
. Once the menu
people. Select Lock and press
has been locked, you need to enter the lock code to
access it.
To change a setting:
1. Select an option and press
Lock Photo Mail (MENU 6-6-3)
.
2. Select Set to activate the option and press
.
If you do not want to use the option, select
Cancel.
After saving your setting, the display returns to
the Configuration screen.
In this menu, you can lock the Photo Mail menu to
keep it from being accessed by unauthorized
. Once the menu
people. Select Lock and press
has been locked, you need to enter the lock code to
access it.
3. To set another option, repeat from step 1.
4. To exit, press
136
or
.
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Voice Tools
Lock Video Mail (MENU 6-6-4)
In this menu, you can lock the Video Mail menu to
keep it from being accessed by unauthorized
. Once the menu
people. Select Lock and press
has been locked, you need to enter the lock code to
access it.
In this menu, you can use the phone’s voice
features, allowing you to:
• record a voice memo.
• set the phone to answer a call and record the
caller’s message.
Camera Sound (MENU 6-6-5)
In this menu, you can change the camera sounds.
Voice Memo
1. Select a shutter release sound using
and press
.
This menu allows you to record voice memos and
review them.
2. Select a readiness indicator sound using
, and press
.
3. Select a self-timer sound using
press
.
or
or
,
or
, and
(MENU 7-1)
Record (MENU 7-1-1)
1. Wait until a beeping prompt sounds and record a
memo by speaking into the microphone.
While you are recording, a timer displays to
show you the elapsed time.
You can pause recording by pressing
then resume by pressing
.
and
2. Press
to end recording. The screen provides
you with the following choices:
• Review: allows you to listen to the voice
memo. The screen displays the length of the
memo.
• Rerecord: allows you to discard the current
memo and record another one.
• Save: allows you to save the voice memo.
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Voice Tools
3. When you are satisfied, select the Save option
and press
.
4. Enter a title for the memo and press
.
For further details about how to enter
characters, see page 28.
Note: During a call, you can record your conversation
.
by pressing and holding
Review (MENU 7-1-2)
When you access this menu, a list of the voice
memos you have recorded displays.
Scroll through the list using the Navigation keys and
press
to listen to the selected voice memo.
You can pause the playback by pressing
and
then resume by pressing
. To stop, press
.
On the Voice Review screen, press
following options:
to access the
Play: plays the selected voice memo.
Info: allows you to view information about the
memo, such as the file name, memory size,
recording time, and the time and date it was saved.
Erase: erases the selected voice memo.
Erase All: allows you to erase all of the voice
memos stored on your phone.
Voice Answer
(MENU 7-2)
If you are not able to answer an incoming call, you
can set your phone to answer a call with the a
greeting message and record the caller’s message.
As this feature shares memory with voice memos,
the total length of messages is dependent on the
available memory minus any voice memos.
Note: You can quickly access the Voice Answer
menu by pressing
in Standby mode.
On/Off (MENU 7-2-1)
Using this menu, you can set whether or not the
phone uses the Answering Machine feature when a
call comes in. To use this feature, select Set and
press
.
Note: you can also activate the Voice Answer feature
by pressing and holding
on the front of the
phone.
Inbox (MENU 7-2-2)
You can listen to the callers’ messages recorded on
your phone. When you access this menu, a list of
the recorded messages appears.
An icon displayed in the list indicates the message
status:
•
: displays when you haven’t checked the
message.
•
: displays when you have checked the
message.
For further details about listening to a message and
using message options, see page 140.
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Voice Tools
Setting
Screening (MENU 7-2-3)
In this menu, you can enable or disable the speaker,
allowing you to listen to the caller’s message while
the caller is leaving it. To use this feature, select
Set and press
.
Wait Time (MENU 7-2-4)
In this menu, you can set how long the phone waits
before responding to a call with the greeting
message. Select one of the several options.
Many different features of your phone can be
customized to suit your preferences.
Sounds
(MENU 8-1)
You can use this menu to customize various sound
settings.
Ringer Type (MENU 8-1-1)
Choose Greeting (MENU 7-2-5)
In this menu, you can set unique ringer melodies
for incoming calls and messages.
In this menu, you can select a greeting message to
be played when a call comes in.
The following options are available:
Press the Navigation keys to a greeting message
and press
.
Bell/Melody: the phone rings using the selected
tone or melody.
Vibrate: the phone vibrates but does not ring.
Record Greeting (MENU 7-2-6)
Lamp: the service light flashes.
Your phone provides you with a default greeting
message to be played when a call comes in. You can
also record up to 3 of your own greeting messages.
Vibrate & Bell: the phone first vibrates and then
starts ringing.
1. Select one of the entries and press
.
2. Follow the procedure from step 1 on page 139.
Bell & Vibrate: the phone first rings and then
vibrates.
Ringer Volume (MENU 8-1-2)
In this menu, you can adjust the ringer volume for
incoming calls.
Use
or
or the Volume keys on the left side
of the phone to increase or decrease the volume.
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Setting
Setting
Key Tone Type (MENU 8-1-3)
In this menu, you can select the tone that the
phone sounds when you press a key.
On Time Sound (MENU 8-1-4)
You can set your phone to sound an alert every
hour on the hour.
1. Enter the time period during which the phone
sounds the hour alert using the number keypad
and press
.
2. Select an alert type using
.
3. Select Set and press
or
, and press
.
Function Sound (MENU 8-1-5)
Your phone can give audible alerts (beeps) at
specified times to inform you that certain things
have happened. The alerts only occur in your
earpiece so the other person on the phone does not
hear them. The following options are available:
Type: allows you to select one of the 2 alert tones.
Folder: When this alert is selected, the phone
sounds an alert when you open or close it.
Power: When this alert is selected, the phone
sounds an alert when you turn it on or off.
Connect: When this alert is selected, the phone
sounds a connect tone when your call is connected
to the system.
Release: When this alert is selected, the phone
sounds a disconnect tone when a call is
disconnected.
Manner Mode: When this alert is selected, the
phone sounds an alert when you exit Silent mode.
To turn on an alert:
1. Select an alert using
or
.
2. Press
to place a check mark in front of the
alert you want to turn on.
To select all alerts, press
.
To remove the check mark, press
again.
3. To select more alerts, repeat steps 1 and 2.
4. When you are finished, press
.
Function Select: You can turn on or off each alert.
The following alerts are available:
Confirm/Save: When this alert is selected, the
phone sounds an alert when you save your selection
or change a menu function.
Cancel/Warning: When this alert is selected, the
phone sounds an alert when you cancel your
selection or change when a confirmation message
appears.
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Setting
Display/Light
Setting
(MENU 8-2)
In this menu, you can change the time settings for
the backlight and the service light.
Main LCD light (MENU 8-2-1)
In this menu, you can select the length of time the
backlight for the main LCD remains on.
Service LED (MENU 8-2-4)
In this menu, you can select the length of time the
service light blinks before going off.
1. Enter the time period for the service light to
blink using the number keypad.
2. Select Set and press
.
To turn off the service light, select Cancel.
When the phone is closed, the backlight turns off,
thus conserving battery power. When the phone is
open, the backlight remains on for the specified
length of time after the last key has been pressed
or after you have opened the phone. Remember
that backlight use drains your battery faster.
Intl Prefix
External LCD light (MENU 8-2-2)
Enter an international call service number and
. The number will display when
select Set. Press
you press and hold
in Standby mode.
In this menu, you can select the length of time the
external LCD is active, showing the current time
and date.
When you close the phone, the external LCD
displays the time and date, flashing its backlight.
After 5 seconds, the backlight turns off and then
after a specified time, the external LCD shows only
the current time.
Keypad light (MENU 8-2-3)
You can set the backlight mode for the keypad.
Normal Mode flashes the backlight when you press
any key. Select Power Save Mode to use the
backlight only between 5:00 PM and 8:00 AM.
Doing this saves battery power.
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(MENU 8-3)
You can set the phone to automatically dial an
international call code when you make a call.
Call Answer
(MENU 8-4)
This menu allows you to select how to answer an
incoming call.
The following options are available:
Folder Open: The phone answers when you open
the phone. If the phone is already open, press
.
Any Key: When the phone is open, you can press
any key except for
and Volume keys. When the
phone is closed, you can answer the call by opening
the phone.
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Setting
Setting
Change Lock
(MENU 8-5)
This feature allows you to change your current lock
code to a new one. The lock code is preset to
“0000” at the factory.
To change the lock code, enter the current lock
code. Enter a new, 4-digit lock code and enter the
code once again at the prompt.
Note: Your phone does not allow viewing of the lock
code for security reasons, so be sure to write
the lock code down or memorize it if you have
changed it.
When a confirmation message displays, select Yes
and press
to confirm. The phone reboots,
turning itself off and then back on, and returns to
Standby mode.
Select No to cancel your selection.
Lock Phone (MENU 8-6-2)
When the phone is locked, you cannot operate the
phone until you enter the lock code.
To access this menu, you must enter the 4-digit lock
code. It is preset to “0000” at the factory.
The following options are available:
Security
(MENU 8-6)
Your phone provides you with various security
options, including a user-programmable lock code
and emergency numbers.
Reset Phone (MENU 8-6-1)
In this menu, you can restore the default settings of
all user-selectable options. You can also restore the
phone’s memory.
On Power-up: the phone locks automatically the
next time you turn it on.
Auto Lock: the phone locks immediately. After
unlocking the phone temporarily, you can lock the
phone again by closing the phone.
Cancel: the phone remains unlocked.
To use the phone in Lock mode, press
and enter
the 4-digit lock code. Your phone unlocks
temporarily and you can use the phone.
To access this menu, you must enter the 4-digit lock
code. It is preset to “0000” at the factory.
The following options are available:
Reset Functions: allows you to restore the default
settings of all user-selectable options.
Reset All: allows you to restore information or
items except for the VOD contents stored in the
phone’s memory.
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Setting
Health and safety
information
Emergency # (MENU 8-6-3)
Your phone provides the option of storing 4
emergency numbers. All of these numbers can be
manually dialed at any time, even if your phone is
locked or all outgoing calls are restricted.
IMPORTANT NOTICE!
Emergency calling may not be available on all
wireless networks at all times, due to the various
transmission methods, network parameters, and
user settings used to complete a call from your
wireless phone. A connection cannot always be
guaranteed.
DO NOT depend on this phone as a primary method
of dialing 100 or for any other essential or
emergency communications.
Remember to always turn on your phone and check
for adequate signal strength before placing a call.
To store an emergency number:
1. Press
press
or
to select an empty location and
.
2. Enter a number and press
number.
to save the
Note: 100, 101, 102, and *166 will remain as alwaysaccessible emergency numbers, even if you
change them on the emergency number list. To
make an emergency call in Lock mode, simply
enter one of the programmed emergency
numbers and press
.
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Exposure to radio frequency (RF)
signals
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and
receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to
exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio
frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC) of the U.S.
Government. These limits are part of
comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted
levels of RF energy for the general population. The
guidelines are based on the safety standards that
were developed by independent scientific
organizations through periodic and through
evaluation of scientific studies.
The standards include a substantial safety margin
designed to assure the safety of all persons,
regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for wireless phones employs
a unit of measurement known as Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR). The SAR limit set by the
FCC is 1.6W/kg. *
**.In the U.S. and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile phones used by
the public is 1.6 watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over one gram of tissue. The standard incorporates a substantial margin of safety to
give additional protection for the public and to account for any
variations in measurements.
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Health and safety information
Health and safety information
SAR tests are conducted using standard operating
positions specified by the FCC with the phone
transmitting at its highest certified power level in all
tested frequency bands. Although the SAR is
determined at the highest certified power level, the
actual SAR level of the phone while operating can
be well below the maximum value. This is because
the phone is designed to operate at multiple power
levels so as to use only the power required to reach
the network. In general, the closer you are to a
wireless base station antenna, the lower the power
output of the phone.
For body operation
Before a new model phone is available for sale to
the public, it must be tested and certified to the FCC
that it does not exceed the limit established by the
government-adopted requirement for safe
exposure. The tests are performed in positions and
locations (e.g., at the ear and worn on the body) as
required by the FCC for each model. While there
may be differences between the SAR levels of
various phones and at various positions, they all
meet the government requirement.
For more Information concerning exposure to radio
frequency signals, see the following websites:
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization
for this model phone with all reported SAR levels
evaluated as in compliance with the FCC RF
exposure guidelines. SAR information on this model
phone is on file with the FCC and can be found
under the Display Grant section of http://
www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid after searching on FCC ID
printed in the label on the phone.
World Health Organization (WHO) http://
www.who.int/peh-emf/en
For body worn operation, this model phone has
been tested and meets the FCC RF exposure
guidelines when used with a Samsung-supplied or
approved accessory designated for this product or
when used with and accessory that contains no
metal and that positions the handset a minimum
from the body.The minimum distance for this model
phone is written in the FCC certification information
from the body.None compliance with the above
conditions may violate FCC RF exposure guidelines.
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) http://
www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety
Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association
(CTIA): http://www.wow-com.com
U.S.Food and Drug Administration (FDA) http://
www.fda.gov/cdrh/consumer
FCC certification information for this model phone is
attached separation paper.
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Precautions when using batteries
• Never use any charger or battery that is damaged
in any way.
• Use the battery only for its intended purpose.
• If you use the phone near the network’s base
station, it uses less power; talk and standby time
are greatly affected by the signal strength on the
cellular network and the parameters set by the
network operator.
• Battery charging time depends on the remaining
battery charge and the type of battery and
charger used. The battery can be charged and
discharged hundreds of times, but it will gradually
wear out. When the operation time (talk time and
standby time) is noticeably shorter than normal,
it is time to buy a new battery.
• If left unused, a fully charged battery will
discharge itself over time.
• Use only Samsung-approved batteries and
recharge your battery only with Samsungapproved chargers. When a charger is not in use,
disconnect it from the power source. Do not leave
the battery connected to a charger for more than
a week, since overcharging may shorten its life.
• Extreme temperatures will affect the charging
capacity of your battery: it may require cooling or
warming first.
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• Do not leave the battery in hot or cold places,
such as in a car in summer or winter conditions,
as you will reduce the capacity and lifetime of the
battery. Always try to keep the battery at room
temperature. A phone with a hot or cold battery
may temporarily not work, even when the battery
is fully charged. Li-ion batteries are particularly
affected by temperatures below 0 °C (32 °F).
• Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental shortcircuiting can occur when a metallic object (coin,
clip or pen) causes a direct connection between
the + and – terminals of the battery (metal strips
on the battery), for example when you carry a
spare battery in a pocket or bag. Short-circuiting
the terminals may damage the battery or the
object causing the short-circuiting.
• Dispose of used batteries in accordance with local
regulations. Always recycle. Do not dispose of
batteries in a fire.
Road safety
Your wireless phone gives you the powerful ability
to communicate by voice, almost anywhere,
anytime. But an important responsibility
accompanies the benefits of wireless phones, one
that every user must uphold.
When driving a car, driving is your first
responsibility. When using your wireless phone
behind the wheel of a car, make sure that you are
following the special regulations in a given area or
country.
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Operating environment
Remember to follow any special regulations in force
in any area and always switch your phone off
whenever it is forbidden to use it, or when it may
cause interference or danger.
When connecting the phone or any accessory to
another device, read its user’s guide for detailed
safety instructions. Do not connect incompatible
products.
As with other mobile radio transmitting equipment,
users are advised that for the satisfactory operation
of the equipment and for the safety of personnel, it
is recommended that the equipment should only be
used in the normal operating position (held to your
ear with the antenna pointing over your shoulder).
Electronic devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from
radio frequency (RF) signals. However, certain
electronic equipment may not be shielded against
the RF signals from your wireless phone. Consult
the manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
Pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a
minimum distance of 15 cm (6 inches) be
maintained between a wireless phone and a
pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the
pacemaker. These recommendations are consistent
with the independent research and
recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
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Persons with pacemakers:
• Should always keep the phone more than 15 cm
(6 inches) from their pacemaker when the phone is
switched on
• Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket
• Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to
minimize potential interference
If you have any reason to suspect that interference
is taking place, switch your phone immediately off.
Hearing aids
Some digital wireless phones may interfere with
some hearing aids. In the event of such
interference, you may wish to consult your hearing
aid manufacturer to discuss alternatives.
Other medical devices
If you use any other personal medical devices,
consult the manufacturer of your device to
determine if it is adequately shielded from external
RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you
in obtaining this information. Switch your phone off
in health care facilities when any regulations posted
in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals or
health care facilities may be using equipment that
could be sensitive to external RF energy.
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Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly installed or
inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor
vehicles. Check with the manufacturer or its
representative regarding your vehicle.
You should also consult the manufacturer of any
equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
Posted facilities
Switch your phone off in any facility where posted
notices require you to do so.
Potentially Explosive Environments
Switch your phone off when in any area with a
potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs
and instructions. Sparks in such areas could cause
an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or even
death.
Users are advised to switch off the phone while at a
refuelling point (service station). Users are
reminded of the need to observe restrictions on the
use of radio equipment in fuel depots (fuel storage
and distribution areas), chemical plants or where
blasting operations are in progress.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are
often but not always clearly marked. They include
below deck on boats, chemical transfer or storage
facilities, vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas
(such as propane or butane), areas where the air
contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust
or metal powders, and any other area where you
would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle
engine.
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Emergency calls
This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using
radio signals, wireless and landline networks as well
as user-programmed functions, which cannot
guarantee connection in all conditions. Therefore,
you should never rely solely on any wireless phone
for essential communications (medical
emergencies, for example).
Remember, to make or receive any calls the phone
must be switched on and in a service area with
adequate signal strength. Emergency calls may not
be possible on all wireless phone networks or when
certain network services and/or phone features are
in use. Check with local service providers.
To make an emergency call:
1. If the phone is not on, switch it on.
2. Key in the emergency number for your present
location (for example, 100 or any other official
emergency number). Emergency numbers vary
by location.
3. Press
.
If certain features are in use (call barring, for
example), you may first need to deactivate those
features before you can make an emergency call.
Consult this document and your local cellular
service provider.
When making an emergency call, remember to give
all the necessary information as accurately as
possible. Remember that your phone may be the
only means of communication at the scene of an
accident; do not cut off the call until given
permission to do so.
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Health and safety information
Other important safety information
Care and maintenance
• Only qualified personnel should service the phone
or install the phone in a vehicle. Faulty
installation or service may be dangerous and may
invalidate any warranty applicable to the device.
Your phone is a product of superior design and
craftsmanship and should be treated with care. The
suggestions below will help you fulfill any warranty
obligations and allow you to enjoy this product for
many years.
• Check regularly that all wireless phone equipment
in your vehicle is mounted and operating
properly.
• Keep the phone and all its parts and accessories
out of the reach of small children’s.
• Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or
explosive materials in the same compartment as
the phone, its parts or accessories.
• Keep the phone dry. Precipitation, humidity and
liquids contain minerals that will corrode
electronic circuits.
• For vehicles equipped with an air bag, remember
that an air bag inflates with great force. Do not
place objects, including both installed or portable
wireless equipment in the area over the air bag or
in the air bag deployment area. If wireless
equipment is improperly installed and the air bag
inflates, serious injury could result.
• Do not use the phone with a wet hand. Doing so
may cause an electric shock to you or damage to
the phone.
• Switch your phone off before boarding an aircraft.
The use of wireless phones in aircraft may be
dangerous to the operation of the aircraft, and is
illegal.
• Failure to observe these instructions may lead to
the suspension or denial of telephone services to
the offender, or legal action, or both.
• Do not use or store the phone in dusty, dirty
areas, as its moving parts may be damaged.
• Do not store the phone in hot areas. High
temperatures can shorten the life of electronic
devices, damage batteries, and warp or melt
certain plastics.
• Do not store the phone in cold areas. When the
phone warms up to its normal operating
temperature, moisture can form inside the
phone, which may damage the phone’s electronic
circuit boards.
• Do not drop, knock or shake the phone. Rough
handling can break internal circuit boards.
• Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents or
strong detergents to clean the phone. Wipe it
with a soft cloth slightly dampened in a mild
soap-and-water solution.
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• Do not paint the phone. Paint can clog the
device’s moving parts and prevent proper
operation.
• Do not put the phone in or on heating devices,
such as a microwave oven, a stove or a radiator.
The phone may explode when overheated.
• Use only the supplied or an approved
replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas or
modified accessories may damage the phone and
violate regulations governing radio devices.
• If the phone, battery, charger or any accessory is
not working properly, take it to your nearest
qualified service facility. The personnel there will
assist you, and if necessary, arrange for service.
Glossary
Air time
Actual time spent talking on the wireless phone.
Most carriers bill customers based on how many
minutes of airtime they use each month.
Antenna
A device for transmitting or receiving signals. The
size and shape of antennas is determined, in part,
by the frequency of the signal they receive.
Wireless phones and the base station must have
antennas.
Call diverting
Ability to reroute calls to another number.
Call waiting
Informs you that you have an incoming call when
you are engaged on another call.
Caller line identification services (Caller ID)
Services allowing subscribers to view or block the
telephone numbers of callers.
CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access)
A spread-spectrum approach to digital
transmission. With CDMA, each conversion is
digitized and then tagged with a code. The mobile
phone deciphers only a particular code to pick the
right conversation off the air. The transmitted signal
is just above noise level across the available
bandwidth.
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Glossary
Glossary
Deactivation
Talk time
The process of rendering a wireless phone inactive.
The length of time a person can talk on a portable
or transportable wireless phone without recharging
the battery.
DTMF
You send DTMF signals when you enter numbers by
pressing the digit keys.
Frequency
A measure based on time, as one or more waves
per second, in an electrical or light wave
information signal. A signal’s frequency is stated in
cycles-per-second or Hertz (Hz).
Wireless
Radio-based Systems that allow transmission of
telephone or data signals through the air without a
physical connection, such as a metal wire (copper)
or fiber optic cable.
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
Commonly used to refer to the screen display on
the wireless phone.
Prepend
The addition of a prefix, such as an area code, to a
phone number.
Roaming
The ability to use a wireless phone to make and
receive calls in places outside of the home service
area.
Service charge
The amount paid each month to receive wireless
service.
Standby time
The amount of time a fully charged wireless
portable or transportable phone can be on and idle
without being in use. (See Talk Time)
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Index
Index
A
Accessories • 8
Air time • 100
Alarm • 92
Alerts • 144
Animated images • 69
Applications • 67
Auto receive • 79
B
Banner message • 52
Battery
charging • 18
installing • 17
low battery indicator •
21
precautions • 154
removing • 18
C
Calculator • 97
Calendar, schedule • 93
Call answer • 147
Caller group
adding • 62
deleting • 63
editing • 62
Calls
answering • 35
emergency • 150
forwarding • 38
incoming • 58
making • 25
missed • 36, 58
options • 36
outgoing • 57
rejecting • 35
three-way • 39
time • 100
waiting • 38
Camera
options • 119
playing videos • 125
recording videos • 121
166
I
taking photos • 117
viewing photos • 124
Care • 161
Characters, entering • 28
Connect alert • 145
D
D-Day timer • 98
Deleting
calendar memos • 95
call record • 100
photo mails • 113, 130
video mails • 108,
109, 134, 135
voice memos • 140
Dialed calls • 57
Dialing
pause • 31
speed • 30
Display
icons • 13
layout • 13
E
Emergency call • 150
F
Flash
description • 16
set • 53
Four-digit dialing • 31
G
Games • 67
Greeting, message
choosing • 142
receiving • 141
recording • 142
setting • 141
Icon description • 13
Inbox, messages
photo • 113, 130
text • 72
video • 109, 135
voice • 73
Installing battery • 17
Internet • 64
Internet Portal • 65
IrDA, data
receiving • 86
sending • 87
K
Key tone
setting • 144
Keys
description • 10
L
Language, setting • 53
Last number redialing • 26
Letters, entering • 28
Lock code, changing • 148
Lock mode • 24
Lock mode, setting • 149
Locking
phone • 149
photo mails • 137
photos • 137
video mails • 138
videos • 137
Low battery indicator • 21
greeting, recording •
142
photo • 111, 128
text • 70
video • 106, 132
voice, listening • 73
Missed calls • 36, 58
Morning call • 91
Multimedia
animated images • 69
games • 67
melodies • 105
music videos • 101
ringtones • 68
video clips • 105
N
Name card
creating • 77
sending • 76
Names
finding • 54
saving • 27, 59
Number
correcting • 25
finding • 54
saving • 27, 59
O
On Time Sound • 144
Outbox, messages
photo • 113, 129
text • 75
video • 108, 134
Outgoing calls • 57
M
P
Maintenance • 161
Memo pad • 96
Menus
list • 43
scrolling • 41
Message
banner • 52
Pause dialing • 31
Phone
layout • 9
locking • 149
modes • 23
resetting • 148
Phonebook
167
Index
adding entries • 59
finding • 54
group, setting • 62
Photo mails
receiving • 113, 130
sending • 111
setting • 114, 131
Photos
deleting • 124
sending • 111
taking • 117
viewing • 124
Power save mode • 23
T
R
Received calls • 58
Received messages
photo • 113, 130
text • 72
video • 109, 135
voice • 73
Recording
greeting • 142
voice memo • 139
Resetting
phone • 148
phonebook • 63
Ringer
type • 143
volume • 143
Ringtones • 68
Video mail
receiving • 109, 135
sending • 106, 132
setting • 110, 136
Video portal • 101
Videos
deleting • 126
editing • 126
recording • 121
sending • 106, 132
viewing • 125
Voice answer, setting • 141
Voice memo • 139
voice portal • 69
Volume, adjusting
earpiece • 34
keytone • 34
ringer • 143
S
W
Safety information • 151
Scheduler • 93
Security • 148
Service light
description • 15
time, set • 147
Silent mode • 24
Speed dialing • 30
Standby mode • 23
Waiting call • 38
Wallpaper, image • 83
Web browser • 64
World time • 97
168
Talk mode • 23
Text message
Inbox • 72
Outbox • 75
sending • 71
templates • 77
Text, entering • 28
Three-way calling • 39
Time, setting • 100
V
169
Hold
+
+
photo name +
Take a photo
.
+ Enter a
(in Standby mode)
Hold
twice or Hold
Switch to Silent
mode
Redial the last call
(during a call)
/ on the left side
Adjust the voice
volume
or open the phone
(in Standby mode)
/ on the left side
Adjust keypad tone
and function
volume
or close the phone
Receive a call
Phone number +
End a call
Make a call
Basic Operation
Enter phone number +
+ select
a category +
+
/
(Name/Home/Mobile/Office/Other/
FAX/E-mail/Group/Memo) +
/
to select an option or enter
Information +
+ Yes +
One Touch (001~009): Hold down
the third digit.
Two-Touch (010~099): Press the
second digit briefly, then hold down
the third digit.
Three-Touch (100~999): Press the
first two digits briefly, then hold
down the third.
Store a new
number into
memory in
Standby mode
Speed dial
Internal Phonebook
Quick reference card
SCH-V122
SCH-X839 Quick Reference Card
+
phone
1: Start menu
2: Menu Screen
3: Banner
4: Text Slide
5: Dialpad Setup
6: Language/
7: Flashlight Setting
.)
1: Phonebook
1: Find Number
2: Outgoing Call
3: Incoming Call
4: Missed Call
5: Store Number
6: Call Alert
7: Edit Group
8: Reset Phonebook
#: My Number
Main Menu (To access, press
2: Internet/SMS
1: VAS
2: Message
3: Set Modem
My
3: Useful Tools
8: Setting
7: Voice Tools
6: Digital
Camcorder
5: 3G-TV
4: Organizer
1: Voice Memo
2: Voice Answer
1: Recording
2: Photo Album
3: Video Album
4: Photo Mail
5: Video Mail
6: Setup
1: Video portal
2: Music&Vclips
3: TV channels
4: Live Bell/Screen
5: Video/Photo Mail
6: Configuration
1: Morning Call
2: Alarm Clock
3: Scheduler
4: Memo Pad
5: Calculator
6: Worldtime
7: D-Day Plus
8: Time Manager
170
1: Embedded melodies
2: Animations&Images
3: I.Beam
4: Bomb link
5: Memory Status
1: Sounds
2: Display/Light
3: Intl Prefix
4: Call Answer
5: Change Lock
6: Security
Licensed by QUALCOMM incorporated under one or more
of the following Patents.
U.S Patent No. 4,901,307 5,056,109 5,099,204
5,101,501 5,103,459 5,107,225
5,109,390
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