Samsung | SGH-A836 | Samsung Samsung RUGBY User Manual

QUAD BAND Series
SGH-A836
Portable Digital Mobile Phone
User Manual
Please read this manual before operating your phone,
and keep it for future reference.
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Table of Contents
Important Safety Precautions ................................................................ 1
Getting Started ........................................................................................ 3
SIM Card ............................................................................................................. 3
Activating Your Phone ........................................................................................ 3
Switching the Phone On and Off ......................................................................... 9
Your Phone ............................................................................................ 10
Features of Your Phone .................................................................................... 10
Phone Layout .................................................................................................... 11
Display .............................................................................................................. 15
Selecting Functions and Options ...................................................................... 18
Memory Card .................................................................................................... 20
Call Functions ....................................................................................... 24
Making a Call .................................................................................................... 24
Answering a Call ............................................................................................... 25
Missed Calls ...................................................................................................... 26
Silent Profile ...................................................................................................... 27
Options During a Call ........................................................................... 29
In Call Options .................................................................................................. 29
Put a Call on Hold ............................................................................................. 30
Switching the Microphone Off (Mute) ................................................................ 30
Using the Speakerphone .................................................................................. 31
Muting or Sending Key Tones ........................................................................... 31
Making a Multi-party Call .................................................................................. 31
Sending a Sequence of DTMF Tones ............................................................... 32
Searching for a Number in Contacts ................................................................. 33
Call Waiting ....................................................................................................... 33
Access Codes ....................................................................................... 34
Phone Password ............................................................................................... 34
PIN .................................................................................................................... 34
PUK ................................................................................................................... 34
PIN2 .................................................................................................................. 35
PUK2 ................................................................................................................. 35
Entering Text ......................................................................................... 36
Changing the Text Input Mode .......................................................................... 36
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Using T9 Mode .................................................................................................. 37
Using Alphabet Mode ........................................................................................ 38
Using Number Mode ......................................................................................... 39
Using Symbol Mode .......................................................................................... 39
Transferring Files ..................................................................................40
Transferring Files via USB Cable ...................................................................... 40
Transferring Files via Bluetooth ........................................................................ 42
Transferring Files via microSD Card ................................................................. 43
Transferring Files Using MTP ........................................................................... 43
Transferring Music Using a Media Application .................................................. 44
Menus .....................................................................................................46
Menu Navigation ............................................................................................... 46
Main Menu Style ............................................................................................... 46
List of Menu Functions ...................................................................................... 47
Rogers Mall ............................................................................................48
Media ......................................................................................................49
Music ................................................................................................................. 49
Ring Tunes ........................................................................................................ 51
Picture Album .................................................................................................... 53
Videos ............................................................................................................... 57
Voice Notes ....................................................................................................... 59
Tools ................................................................................................................. 61
Other Files ......................................................................................................... 84
Memory Status .................................................................................................. 86
Document Viewer .............................................................................................. 86
Games and Apps ...................................................................................88
Games ............................................................................................................... 88
Get New Applications ........................................................................................ 89
Call History ............................................................................................91
All Calls ............................................................................................................. 91
Missed Calls ...................................................................................................... 92
Calls Made ........................................................................................................ 92
Calls Received .................................................................................................. 92
Speed Dial List .................................................................................................. 93
Delete All ........................................................................................................... 94
Call Time ........................................................................................................... 94
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Vision ..................................................................................................... 95
Video/Radio ...................................................................................................... 95
Mobile TV .......................................................................................................... 95
Rogers Music Player ......................................................................................... 95
Friends .............................................................................................................. 96
MobileMail ......................................................................................................... 96
Internet .............................................................................................................. 97
More Services ................................................................................................... 97
Messages ............................................................................................... 98
Rogers IM ......................................................................................................... 98
MobileMail ....................................................................................................... 100
Create New Message ..................................................................................... 100
Message Folders ............................................................................................ 106
Templates ....................................................................................................... 108
Voice Mail ....................................................................................................... 111
Delete All ......................................................................................................... 111
Messages Settings .......................................................................................... 112
Memory Status ................................................................................................ 112
Internet ................................................................................................. 113
Accessing an Internet Site .............................................................................. 113
Using the Internet Browser ............................................................................. 113
Bookmarks ...................................................................................................... 115
Contacts .............................................................................................. 118
Find Contact Information ................................................................................. 118
Add New Contact ............................................................................................ 120
Groups ............................................................................................................ 123
My Business Card ........................................................................................... 124
Settings ................................................................................................ 126
Set Sound Profile ............................................................................................ 126
Set Display ...................................................................................................... 128
Set Time & Date .............................................................................................. 131
Set Phone ....................................................................................................... 132
Set Calls .......................................................................................................... 134
Set Connectivity .............................................................................................. 139
Set Applications .............................................................................................. 147
Reset Settings ................................................................................................. 153
Memory Management ..................................................................................... 153
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Solving Problems ................................................................................155
Health and Safety Information ...........................................................158
Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) Signals .................................................... 158
For Body Operation ......................................................................................... 159
Precautions When Using Batteries ................................................................. 160
Operating Environment ................................................................................... 161
Electronic Devices ........................................................................................... 161
Potentially Explosive Environments ................................................................ 163
Emergency Calls ............................................................................................. 164
Other Important Safety Information ................................................................. 165
Care and Maintenance .................................................................................... 165
FCC Notice ...................................................................................................... 167
Appendix A: Certification Information (SAR) ................................................... 168
Appendix B: Safe and Responsible Wireless Phone Use ............................... 170
Appendix C: Consumer Update on Wireless Phones ..................................... 173
STANDARD LIMITED WARRANTY .....................................................182
Index .....................................................................................................187
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Important Safety Precautions
Please 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 Refueling
Do not use the phone at a refueling point (service station) or near fuels or
chemicals.
Switching Off in Aircraft
Wireless phones can cause interference. Using them in aircraft is both
illegal and dangerous.
Switching Off in Hospitals
Switch your phone off near medical equipment. Follow any regulations or
rules in force.
Interference
All wireless phones may be subject to interference, which could affect their
performance.
Special Regulations
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 (for example, in a hospital).
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Sensible Use
Use the phone only in the normal position (held to the ear).
Emergency Call
Ensure the phone is switched on and in service. Key in the emergency
number for your present location, then press [
]. You must deactivate
any unnecessary features before you can make an emergency call. Give all
the necessary information as accurately as possible. Do not end the call
until given permission to do so.
Accessories and Batteries
Use only Samsung-approved accessories and batteries. Use of any
unauthorized accessories could damage your phone and may be
dangerous.
Qualified Service
Only qualified service personnel may repair your phone.
For more detailed safety information, see “Health and Safety Information”
on page 158.
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Getting Started
SIM Card
When you subscribe to a cellular network, you receive a plug-in SIM
(Subscriber Identity Module) card loaded with your subscription details,
such as your PIN, and optional services you have selected.
Activating Your Phone
Activating your phone requires several steps: inserting the SIM card,
charging the battery, and turning the phone on.
Removing the Battery
Note: You must unplug the travel adapter before removing the battery from the phone to avoid
damage.
If necessary, power-off the phone by pressing [
image displays.
] until the power-off
1. Using a coin or your thumbnail, turn the cover locking thumbscrew
counter-clockwise until the slot aligns with the open lock icon.
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2. Pull the top edge of the cover away from the back of the phone then
slide the cover up until the catches at the bottom are released.
3. Lift the battery out of the phone (bottom edge first).
Installing the SIM Card
Important! The plug-in SIM card and its contacts can be easily damaged by scratches or
bending. Use caution when inserting or removing the card and keep all SIM cards out of reach of
children.
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Position the SIM card with the gold contacts facing toward the phone and
the angled corner at the outer right side (as indicated on the phone), then
slide the card into the SIM socket.
To remove the SIM card, slide it out of the socket.
Installing the Battery
1. Align the top edge of the battery under the tabs at the top edge of the
battery chamber.
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2. Press the battery down until it is seated in the battery chamber. Make
sure that the battery is properly installed before replacing the cover.
3. With the battery in position in the phone, slide the bottom edge of the
cover into the phone, ensuring that the catches at the bottom of the
cover fit into their respective slots, then press the cover into the phone.
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4. With the cover pressed tight against the phone, use a coin or thumbnail
to turn the cover locking thumbscrew clockwise until the slot aligns with
the closed lock icon.
Charging the Battery
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion (lithium ion) battery. Use
the travel adapter to charge the battery, and use only Samsung approved
batteries and chargers.
Note: Fully charge the battery before using your phone for the first time. A discharged battery
recharges fully in approximately four hours. You can use the phone while the battery is charging,
but this causes the phone to charge more slowly.
Note: For connection to an electrical supply not located in North America, you must use an
adapter of the proper configuration for the power outlet. Use of the wrong adapter could damage
your phone and void your warranty.
1. Using a fingernail, open the cover over the Headset/Adapter Jack at
the right side of the phone. Position the connector of the travel adapter
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with the triangle on the connector facing the front of your phone and
plug the connector into the jack.
2. Plug the adapter into a standard AC wall outlet. If the phone is off, the
display indicates that the phone is charging. If the phone is on, the bars
in the battery icon flash to indicate charging.
Note: The battery charging circuit may stop functioning if you are viewing a streaming video and
receive a call while charging as the capacity of the charging circuit will be exceeded.
3. When the phone is fully charged, the message “Battery Full” appears
on the display or the bars in the battery icon stop flashing.
4. Unplug the adapter from the power outlet and disconnect it from the
phone by gently pulling the connector out of the jack.
Note: The phone is also charged when connected to the USB port of a PC using the USB cable.
Low Battery Indication
When the battery is weak and only a few minutes of talk time remain, a
warning tone sounds, the “Low Battery” message appears on the main
display and the empty battery icon
flashes. The backlight dims to
conserve the remaining battery power. When the battery level becomes too
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low, the phone automatically turns off. Recharge the battery to restore
phone operation.
Switching the Phone On and Off
To switch the phone on:
1. Open the phone.
2. Press and hold [
] until the phone switches on.
3. If prompted, enter the password and press <Confirm> or [ ]. For
further details, see the Security option in section “Set Phone” on
page 132.
4. If prompted, enter the PIN and press [ ]. For further details, see the
Check PIN Code section in “Set Phone” on page 132.
The phone searches for your network and, after finding it, the Idle
screen appears on the display. You can now make and receive calls.
The default display language setting is Automatic, which is dependent
on the setting in your SIM. For further details or to change the
language, see the Language section in “Set Phone” on page 132.
To switch the phone off, press and hold [
displayed.
] until the power-off image is
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Your Phone
Features of Your Phone
Your phone is lightweight, easy-to-use and offers many valuable features.
The following list outlines a few of the features included in your phone.
♦Bluetooth
♦Camera and camcorder
♦Multitasking
♦Instant messaging capability
♦E-mail
♦Featured applications provide alarms, calendar, task lists, notes,
calculator, converter, timer, stopwatch, and world time.
♦Multimedia capability (with included Music Player)
♦Photo caller ID
♦Speakerphone capability
♦Web browser
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Phone Layout
Closed View of Your Phone
The following illustration shows the external elements of your phone
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1. Camera key: Opens the Camera menu.
2. Volume keys/Menu Navigation: Allow you to adjust the ringer volume
in standby mode, mute the ringer when receiving a call and adjust the
voice volume during a call. Can also be used to move to the top or
bottom of a menu screen.
3. Camera Lens: Allows you to take pictures and videos.
4. Front Display: Shows the received signal strength, battery level, time
and date, and other information.
5. Power/Accessory Interface connector: Connects the headset, PC
connection cable (see “Transferring Files via USB Cable” on page 40),
and travel adapter (see “Charging the Battery” on page 7).
6. Speaker key: During a call, this key enables the speakerphone.
7. External speaker: Used to listen to audio and music from your phone.
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Open View of Your Phone
The following illustration shows the rest of the main elements of your
phone:
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1. Main Display: This screen displays all the information needed to
operate your phone.
2. Menu Access/Confirm/Speakerphone key: While in Idle mode, it
launches the main menu. When navigating through a menu, it accepts
the highlighted choice in the menu. During a call, it turns the
speakerphone function on and off.
3. Left soft key: Performs the function indicated by text on the display
directly above the key (see “Soft Keys” on page 18).
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4. MobileMail key: Opens the MobileMail service.
5. Send key: Allows you to place or receive a call. In Idle mode, press the
key once to access the Recent Call log. Press and hold the key to
redial the most recent call.
6. Voice Mail key: Press and hold to automatically dial your voice mail.
7. Microphone: Converts your voice into an electrical signal during phone
calls and voice recordings.
8. Special Function keys: The [
] key enters the [*] character for
calling features, such as a pause between numbers. In text entry mode,
press to change the character input type. The [
] key enters the
pound [#] character for calling features. In text entry mode, press to
enter a space between characters. Press and hold to activate and
deactivate Silent mode.
9. Alphanumeric keypad: Use these keys to enter numbers, letters, and
some special characters.
10. Clear key: Deletes characters from the display when you are in text
entry mode. Deletes items when in an application. When in a main
menu, press to return to the previous menu.
11. Power On/Power Off/Menu Exit key: Ends a call. Press and hold for a
few seconds to power your phone on or off. While in the main menu, it
returns the phone to standby mode and cancels any input. Rejects an
incoming call.
12. Multitasking key: Launches the multitasking menu, which allows you
to select Call, Messages, Internet, Media Player, or Games and Apps
without having to exit from the currently active application. See
“Multitasking Menu” on page 19 for additional information.
13. Right soft key: Performs the function indicated by text on the display
directly above the key (see “Soft Keys” on page 18).
14. Navigation keys: In Menu mode, the navigation keys work as
directional keys to scroll through menus and lists. In Idle mode, the
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navigation keys work as shortcuts, allowing you to access other menus
directly.
The shortcuts are:
Press Up to access Friends.
Press Left to
access the Call
History menu.
Press Right to
access the
Messages Inbox.
Press Down to open the Contacts menu.
When entering text, the left and right navigation keys move the cursor
left and right.
15. Earpiece: Used to listen to callers.
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Display
Display Layout
The internal display has three main areas:
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Soft key function indicators
Area
Description
Icons
Displays various icons that indicate phone status.
Text and graphics
area
Displays messages, menus, instructions and any
information that you enter, such as the number you are
dialing.
Soft key function
indicators
Shows the current functions assigned to the two soft keys.
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Icons
Shows the received signal strength. The more bars, the
stronger the signal.
Appears when a call is in progress.
Appears when there is no network coverage available.
Appears when the phone is accessing services on a GPRS
(2.5G) network.
Appears when the phone is accessing services on a UMTS
(3G) network.
Appears when the phone is accessing services on an Edge
network.
Appears when the phone is accessing services on a 3G+
(HSDPA) network.
Appears when an alarm is set. For details, see “Alarms” on
page 76.
Appears when the Call Forwarding feature is active. For
details, see “Call Forwarding” on page 137.
Appears when a new text message or notification of a new
voice mail has been received.
Appears when a new picture message has been received.
Appears when a new email message has been received.
Appears when a push message has been received from the
WAP server.
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Appears when a memory card is inserted.
Appears when Bluetooth wireless technology is active.
Appears when the phone’s profile is set to Silent.
Appears when the phone’s profile is set to Driving.
Appears when the phone’s profile is set to Outdoor.
Appears when Call Alert Type is set to Melody or Increasing
Melody.
Appears when Call Alert Type is set to Vibration & Melody or
Vibration & Increasing Melody.
Appears when Call Alert Type is set to Vibration then Melody.
Appears when Call Alert Type is set to Vibration.
Appears when the Call Alert Type set to Mute.
Appears when the phone is connected to a PC.
Appears when the phone is being used as a modem.
Appears at the bottom of the screen during a call to indicate
that the speakerphone can be activated by pressing [ ].
Shows the level of your phone’s battery. The more bars, the
more power you have remaining.
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Selecting Functions and Options
Soft Keys
There are two soft keys, left and right (see “Open View of Your Phone” on
page 12). The roles of the soft keys vary depending on the function you are
currently using. The icons or labels on the bottom line of the display just
above each key indicate their current role.
Some functions of the Left soft key are as follows.
♦From the Idle screen, press to open the Vision screen.
♦In a menu mode, press to select the highlighted menu item.
Some functions of the Right soft key are as follows.
♦From the Idle screen, press to access the Rogers Music Player (for more
information see “Rogers Music Player” on page 95).
♦When using other features, such as the web browser, it performs a
context-sensitive action such as displaying the Back option.
Clear Key
The CLR key
is used to erase or clear numbers, text, or symbols from
the display. You can also use it to return to a previous menu.
♦If you enter an incorrect character, press to backspace (and delete) the
character.
♦To erase an entire sentence, press and hold.
♦To back up one menu level, press briefly.
End Key
The End key
is used to turn your phone on and off, disconnect calls,
and return to the standby mode.
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♦Press and hold to turn on your phone.
♦Briefly press once to disconnect a call.
♦Press to return to standby mode from a menu.
Send Key
The Send key
is used to answer calls, dial calls, and to recall the last
number(s) dialed, received, or missed.
♦Press once to answer a call.
♦Enter a number and briefly press to make a call.
♦In standby mode, briefly press to display a list of all recent calls.
♦Press twice in standby mode to call the most recent number.
♦Press to pick up a waiting call.
Multitasking Menu
The Multitasking key [ ] opens an application-switch window that allows
you to select from a group of commonly used applications without having to
exit from a currently active application. The menu icon choices are as
follows:
Internet icon: Allows you to launch the Internet browser while using
the handset for other tasks.
Call icon: Allows you to make a voice call while using the handset for
other tasks. If Music Player is active, it is muted during the call.
Messages icon: Allows you to send a text or picture message while
using the handset for other tasks.
Media Player icon: Allows you to launch the Media Player while
using the handset for other tasks. If an incoming call is received or
you make a call, the Media Player is muted.
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Games and Apps icon: Allows you launch games or other
applications while using the handset for other tasks.
End all? icon: Allows you to cancel multitasking and return to the
idle screen.
When the application-switch window is open, scroll to the application you
want to open using the navigation keys, or press the Multitasking key
repeatedly. When you have highlighted the application you want, press
<Select> or [ ] to launch that application. Press <Back> to return to the
previous screen. The End all? option returns the phone to Idle mode.
Note: If you access the switch window while performing Internet-based activities, some
applications are not functional. For example, if you are browsing the Internet and use the Activity
key to initiate a phone call, the call will not connect.
Speakerphone Key
During a call, press the
key or the <SPEAKER> key (on the right side of
the phone) to enable the speakerphone. Use the volume keys (on the left
side of the phone) to adjust the volume.
Memory Card
Your phone accepts a microSD (Secure Digital) memory card up to 8GB
capacity to expand the available memory space. This allows you to store
more audio files, graphics, videos and other files in your phone than the
internal memory can hold. You can also use a card to transfer files to and
from a PC equipped with a microSD card reader or SD card reader and
microSD adapter.
When a memory card is available for use, a blue memory card icon
appears in the icon area at the top of the idle screen. While the phone is
reading data from the card or writing to the card the icon is orange.
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Note: Before using a microSD card, it must be formatted with the FAT32 file system. Check the
documentation that came with the memory card and, if necessary, format the card.
Inserting a microSD Card
Note: Ensure your battery is fully charged before using a microSD card. Your data may become
damaged or unusable if the battery runs out while reading or writing to the microSD card.
To insert a microSD card into your phone:
1. Remove the rear cover and battery from the phone (see “Removing the
Battery” on page 3).
2. Holding the microSD card with the gold contacts facing down and
toward the phone, gently insert the card into the microSD slot and slide
the card in until it is fully inserted.
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3. Reinstall the battery and rear cover (see “Installing the Battery” on
page 5).
The MicroSD icon
is displayed on the screen to indicate that a
microSD card is inserted in the phone.
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Note: If this is the first time that the microSD card is inserted into your phone, the phone
automatically creates a series of folders on it for file storage (Ring Tunes, Graphics, Video, Music
Voice list).
Removing a microSD Card
Warning! Do not remove a microSD card while files are being accessed or transferred. You
could cause data loss or damage the card.
To remove a microSD card from your phone:
1. Remove the rear cover and battery from the phone (see “Removing the
Battery” on page 3).
2. Gently slide the card out of the microSD slot and remove it from the
phone.
3. Reinstall the battery and rear cover (see “Installing the Battery” on
page 5).
Using a microSD Adapter
MicroSD adapters allow use of microSD cards in SD-compatible devices,
including PC card readers.
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To insert a microSD card into a microSD adapter, hold the card with the
label side facing up and the gold contacts toward the adapter. Gently insert
the card into the adapter and slide it into the adapter until it is fully inserted.
To remove a microSD card from a microSD adapter, grasp the front edge
of the microSD card and gently pull it out of the adapter.
Formatting a microSD Card
If you need to reformat a microSD card:
1. Insert the card into the slot (see above).
2. From the Idle screen, select [
] → Media.
3. Press the right navigation key so that On card is displayed and the SD
card icon is highlighted.
4. Press <Options> and select Memory Card Settings → Format.
5. If there is any data on the card you are prompted to confirm the loss of
data on the memory card. Press <Yes> if you agree. The card is
formatted.
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Call Functions
Making a Call
From the Idle screen, enter the phone number (with area code, if
].
necessary), then press [
Note: When you activate the Auto Redial option, the phone automatically redials up to ten times
when the call is not answered or someone is already on the phone. For carriers that
automatically divert unanswered calls to voice mail, the Auto redial feature will not provide useful
service. See the Auto Redial section in “Voice Call” on page 136 for further details.
Making an International Call
1. Press and hold [
]. The + character appears.
2. Enter the country code, area code and phone number, then press
].
[
Correcting an Entered Number
1. To correct one or more digits in a dialed number:
♦To clear the last digit displayed, press [ ].
♦To clear a different digit in the number, press the left or right
navigation key until the cursor is immediately to the right of the digit
to be cleared. Press [
].
♦To enter a missing digit, press the left or right navigation key until the
cursor is in position and enter the digit.
♦To clear the whole display, press and hold [
2. Press the
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key to return to the Idle screen.
].
Ending a Call
When you want to end your call, briefly press [
] or close the phone.
Redialing a Recent Number
All incoming, outgoing and missed calls are listed in the Call History menu.
If the number or caller is listed in your Contact List, the name associated
with the number also displays.
To redial a number:
1. From the Idle Screen, press the left navigation key or select [
Call History to access the Call History menu.
]
→
2. Scroll to the required option (All Calls, Missed Calls, Calls Made, or
Calls Received) and press <Select> or [ ].
3. Highlight the number you want to call.
4. Press
to dial the number.
Making a Call from the Contacts List
You can store phone numbers that you use regularly in the SIM card or the
phone’s memory. These entries are collectively grouped in the Contacts
menu (see “Contacts” on page 118 for more information).
Answering a Call
When a call is received, the phone rings and, if possible, displays the
caller’s phone number. If the number is associated with an entry in your
Contact List, the contact’s Display Name is displayed. If your phone service
includes “call display” and the caller can be identified, the caller’s name is
displayed.
To answer a call:
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1. Open the phone and press [
call.
] or <Accept> to answer the incoming
If the Any Key option in the Call Answer menu is activated, you can
press any key to answer a call except [
] and <Reject> (see the
Call Answer section in “General” on page 135 for more information).
If the Open Flip option in the Call Answer menu is activated, you can
answer the call simply by opening the phone (see the Call Answer
section in “General” on page 135 for more information).
2. End the call by pressing [
].
Note: You can answer a call while using the Contact list or menu features. After ending the call,
the phone returns to the function screen you were using.
Missed Calls
Whenever you miss a call, the name and number of the caller are displayed
in a pop-up message on the Idle screen. Whenever you miss two or more
calls, the number of calls missed are displayed in a pop-up message on the
Idle screen.
To view a list of missed calls, press <View>.To see details of a caller, press
the Up or Down navigation key to scroll to the call. To call a number, scroll
to the number and press [
].
To access the Missed Calls list from the Idle screen, select Call History →
Missed Calls.
Viewing the Details of Missed Calls
To view the details of a missed call:
1. Open the Missed Calls list (see above).
Scroll to the call you want to view and press [
select Details.
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] or press <Options> and
Calling Back a Missed Call
To call back a missed call number:
1. Open the Missed Calls list (see above).
2. Scroll to the call you want to return, press <Options> and select Call Back.
Sending a Message to a Missed Call
To send a message to a missed call number:
1. Open the Missed Calls list (see above).
2. Scroll to the call you want to return, press <Options> and select Send
Message.
For more information on sending messages, see “Messages” on page 98.
Deleting Missed Calls
To delete one or more records of missed calls:
1. Open the Missed Calls list (see above).
2. If you want to delete one call, highlight the number you wish to delete
and press <Options>. If you want to delete all calls, press <Options>.
3. Select <Delete>.
4. To delete one call, select Selected. To delete all calls, select All. Press
<Yes> to confirm the deletion.
Silent Profile
The Silent sound profile prevents the phone from making any sounds.
There are two choices for silent call alerts, Mute (the phone gives only
visual indication when a call is received) or Vibration (the phone vibrates
and provides visual indication). For instructions on selecting sound profiles,
see “Set Sound Profile” on page 126.
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Your phone provides a quick method for entering the Silent profile:
♦From the Idle screen, press and hold [
message and the Silent mode icon
the Vibration icon
] until the “Silent Profile On”
and either the Mute icon
or
displays.
♦To return to the previous sound profile, press and hold [
] until a
screen message indicates the return to the previous sound profile and
the Silent mode icon
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disappears.
Options During a Call
Your phone provides a number of features that you can use during a call.
In Call Options
During a call, press <Options> to access the following:
♦Whisper Mode On/Off: Increases the microphone sensitivity so that you
do not have to speak loudly to be heard by the other party.
♦Hold: Places the call on hold.
♦Mute/Send Keypad Tone: Silences or enables key tones.
♦New Call: Places the current call on hold and allows you to enter and
dial another number.
♦Send DTMF: Sends a sequence of DTMF tones to the caller (see
“Sending a Sequence of DTMF Tones” on page 32.
♦Contacts: Accesses your Contacts list.
♦Save to Contacts: Lets you save the phone number to your contact list.
♦View Contact Details: Displays the contact information of the other
person on the call (only appears when contact information is available).
♦Send Message: Accesses the Create Message screen.
♦Notes: Allows you to save a text note (for more information see “Notes”
on page 82).
♦End Call: Allows you to end the current call.
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Put a Call on Hold
You can place the current call on hold at any time. You can also make
another call while you have a call in progress if your network supports this
service.
To put a call on hold:
1. While on a call, press <Options> and select Hold. The call is placed
on hold.
2. You can reactivate the call by pressing <Resume>.
To make a call while you have a call in progress:
1. While on a call, press <Options> and select New Call.
2. Enter the new number and press [
] to dial the second call.
To switch between the two calls, changing the one on hold to active
and placing the other on hold, press <Options> and select Swap.
3. To finish, end each call by pressing [
].
Switching the Microphone Off (Mute)
You can temporarily switch your phone’s microphone off so that the other
person on the call cannot hear you. For example, you might wish to speak
to another person in the room without the person on the call hearing you.
To switch the microphone off, press <Mute>. The soft key indicator
changes to Unmute and the person on the call can no longer hear you.
♦To switch the microphone back on, press <Unmute>. The other person
on the call can hear you again.
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Using the Speakerphone
The speakerphone lets people near the phone participate in a call by
broadcasting the voice or voices of those on the other end of the line and
using the microphone to capture the voices of everyone near the phone.
To use the speakerphone function during a call, press [
volume keys to adjust the volume.
]. Use the
To turn off the speakerphone function during a call, press [
].
Muting or Sending Key Tones
This option allow you to turn the key tones off or on. If you press
<Options> and select Mute Keypad Tone, your phone does not transmit
the DTMF (Dual Tone Multi-Frequency) tones produced by the numeric
keys during a call. This allows you to use the keypad without hearing
annoying key tones.
Note: To communicate with answering machines or computerized telephone systems, the Send
Keys option must be selected.
Making a Multi-party Call
Multi-party calling is a network service that allows up to six people to take
part simultaneously in a multi-party or “conference” call.
Note: Please contact your service provider to determine if multi-party calling is supported.
To set up the multi-party call:
1. Call the first participant in the normal manner (see “Making a Call” on
page 24).
2. To call another participant, press <Options> and select New Call.
Enter the new number and press [
] to dial the second call.
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3. To add this person to the call, press <Options> and select Join. All call
participants are listed on the screen.
4. To continue adding people to the call, repeat steps 2 and 3 above.
You can also add incoming callers by answering the call, pressing
<Options>, and selecting Join.
To have a private conversation with one participant:
1. Press <Options> and select Split.
2. Select the number of the person you wish to talk with.
3. You can now talk privately to that person. The other participants can
still converse with each other.
4. To return to the multi-party call, press <Options> and select Join.
5. All the call participants can now hear each other.
To drop a participant:
1. Press <Options> and select End.
2. Highlight Select Participant and press <Select> or [
].
3. Highlight a participant you wish to drop and press [ ] to place a check
mark beside that participant. Repeat this step as necessary.
4. When you are finished, press <Drop>.
The calls to the selected participant(s) are ended but you can continue to
talk to the others.
To end the multi-party call:
When you want to end a multi-party call, press [
].
Sending a Sequence of DTMF Tones
You can choose to send DTMF tones after entering the entire number you
need to send rather than as you press the numeric keys. This option is
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helpful for entering a password or an account number when you call an
automated system, like a banking service.
To send DTMF tones during a call:
1. Press <Options> and select Send DTMF.
2. Enter the numbers you want to send and press <Send> or [
].
Searching for a Number in Contacts
You can search for a number in the Contacts list during a call.
1. Press <Options> and select Contacts.
2. Begin entering the letters of the name. As you type, the first entry that
matches the entered letters is highlighted. To select a different contact,
scroll up or down until the entry you want is highlighted.
3. Press [
] to open the contact information.
For further information on using the Contact list feature, see “Contacts” on
page 118.
Call Waiting
Call Waiting lets you answer an incoming call while you have a call in
progress, if your network supports this service and you have set the Call
Waiting-Voice Call option to Activate. For information on changing Call
Waiting settings see “Call Waiting” on page 139.
To answer a call while you have a call in progress:
1. Press [
] or <Accept> to answer the incoming call. The first call is
automatically put on hold.
2. To switch between the two calls, press <Options> and select Swap.
3. To end the current call, press [
].
To end the call on hold, press <Options> and select End → Held Call.
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Access Codes
There are several access codes used by your phone and its SIM card.
These codes help protect the phone against unauthorized use.
When requested to enter any of the codes, enter the code and press
<Confirm>.
Except for the PUK and PUK2 codes, access codes can be changed using
the Security menu (see the Security section in “Set Phone” on page 132).
Important! Avoid using access codes that are similar to emergency numbers, such as 911, so
that you do not accidentally dial an emergency number.
Phone Password
The Phone Lock feature allows you to set a password to protect your
phone against unauthorized use. For instructions, see the Security section
in “Set Phone” on page 132.
PIN
The Personal Identification Number or PIN (4 to 8 digits) protects your SIM
card against unauthorized use. It is usually supplied with the SIM card.
If you enter an incorrect PIN three times in succession, the code is disabled
and cannot be used until you re-enable it by entering the PUK (see below).
For instructions on activating or deactivating the PIN Check feature and
changing the PIN, see the Security section in “Set Phone” on page 132.
PUK
The 8-digit PUK (PIN Unblocking Key) is required to change a disabled
PIN. If a PUK was not supplied with your SIM card, contact your service
provider.
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To re-enable your PIN:
1. Enter the PUK and press <Confirm>.
2. Enter a new PIN of your choice and press <Confirm>.
3. When the Confirm PIN Code message displays, enter the same code
again and press <Confirm>.
If you enter an incorrect PUK ten times in succession, the SIM card
becomes invalid. Contact your service provider for a new card.
PIN2
The PIN2 (4 to 8 digits), supplied with some SIM cards, is required to
access specific functions supported by those cards.
If you enter an incorrect PIN2 three times in succession, the code is
disabled and you cannot access the functions until you re-enable it by
entering the PUK2.
To change the PIN2, see the Security section in “Set Phone” on page 132.
PUK2
An 8-digit PUK2 (PIN Unblocking Key 2) is required to change a disabled
PIN2. If a PUK was not supplied with your SIM card, contact your service
provider.
To re-enable your PIN2:
1. Enter the PUK2 and press <Confirm>.
2. Enter a new PIN2 of your choice and press <Confirm>.
3. When the Confirm PIN2 Code message displays, enter the same code
again and press <Confirm>.
If you enter an incorrect PUK2 ten times in succession, the SIM card
becomes invalid. Contact your service provider for a new card.
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Entering Text
This section explains the various text input modes for entering characters
into your phone. It also describes how to use the T9 predictive text entry
system to reduce the number of key strokes required for entering text.
Your phone has the following text input modes:
♦Alphabet modes (ABC, abc, Abc): Let you enter letters by pressing a
letter key multiple times until the desired character displays. You can
select all upper case, all lower case, or initial capital format.
♦T9 Input modes (T9EAb, T9EAB, T9Eab): Let you enter words with one
keystroke per letter by comparing keystrokes to a linguistic dictionary to
determine the word.
♦Number mode: Allows you to enter series of numbers.
♦Symbol mode: Allows you to enter symbols and special characters.
Changing the Text Input Mode
When you are in a field that allows characters to be entered, you will see
the text input mode indicator near the top right corner of the display.
To change the text input mode:
♦Press and hold [
♦Press [
ABC
] to switch between T9 and Alphabet modes.
] to cycle between Initial Capital
, Lower Case
abc
Abc
and Numeric entry
, Upper Case
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modes.
♦To access the Symbol SYM mode, press and hold [ ].
♦You can also access any of the input modes by pressing <Options> and
selecting Input Method. Highlight the desired input method and case,
then press <Select> or [ ].
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Using T9 Mode
T9 is a predictive text input mode based on a built-in dictionary that allows
you to key in characters using a single keystroke. Your phone selects the
most likely word based on your keystroke combinations.
To enter a word in T9 mode:
1. Start entering a word by pressing the numeric keys. Press each key
only once for each letter.
Example: To enter “HELLO”, press
,
,
,
and
.
As you type, the characters on the screen change as the built-in
dictionary matches your keystrokes to commonly used words. Enter all
letters in the word without editing or deleting the keystrokes.
] to display an alternative
2. If the word displayed is not correct, press [
choice. Continue until the correct word displays or no choices remain,
at which time you can add the word to the phone’s dictionary (see
below).
3. Press [
] to insert a space then start entering the next word.
To add a new word to the T9 dictionary:
1. When you press [
] on the last alternative word available, the left
soft key changes to Spell. Press <Spell> and enter the word you want.
♦To shift case, use [
] to toggle between Initial Capital, Upper
Case, Lower Case and Numeric modes.
♦You can move the cursor using the Left and Right navigation keys.
♦To delete letters, press [
]. Press and hold [
] to clear the
display.
2. Press <Add>. The word is added to the T9 dictionary and becomes the
first word for the associated key presses.
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Using Alphabet Mode
Use the 0 to 9 keys to enter your text.
1. Press the keys labeled with the letter you want:
♦ Once to enter the first letter
♦ Twice in quick succession for the second letter
♦ Three times in quick succession for the third letter
♦Four times in quick succession for the fourth letter
2. Select additional letters in the same way.
Note: The cursor moves to the right when you press a different key. To enter the same letter
twice or a different letter on the same key, wait for the cursor to move to the right.
The following table shows the characters available for each key:
Key
Characters in order displayed when key is pressed repeatedly
Uppercase
Lowercase
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♦To shift the case, press [ ].
♦Move the cursor using the left and right navigation keys.
♦To delete letters, press [ ]. Press and hold [ ] to clear the
display.
Using Number Mode
Number mode lets you enter numbers into a text message. Press the keys
corresponding to the digits you want to enter.
Using Symbol Mode
Symbol mode enables you to insert symbols and punctuation marks into
text. Press and hold [
] to access Symbol mode.
To
Press the
select a symbol group
navigation keys
select a symbol
corresponding number key adjacent to the
symbol
clear an entry
[
insert the symbol(s) into your
message
cancel your input and return
to the previous mode
<OK>
]
<Cancel>
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Transferring Files
You can transfer music, pictures, video clips and other files between your
phone and a personal computer in several ways, including:
♦using a USB cable
♦using Bluetooth
♦using a microSD card reader
Transferring Files via USB Cable
Between PC and Phone or Card Using PC Studio 3
File transfer between your phone and a PC or card using Samsung’s PC
Studio 3 software (included with your phone) requires a PC with available
USB port, installation of PC Studio 3 on the PC, and a USB cable.
Note: For more information on Samsung PC Studio 3, consult the online help provided with the
PC Studio 3 software.
Note: Your phone’s USB Setting must be set to PC Studio or Ask on Connection to use PC
Studio 3 (see “Select USB Mode” on page 146).
1. Start the PC Studio 3 software.
Note: The first time you start the PC Studio 3 software, a connection wizard appears that leads
you through the process of setting up your phone connection. Do not plug the USB cable into a
USB port on your PC until instructed to do so by the software.
2. Connect the USB cable to a USB port on your PC and to your phone.
♦USB Mode set to Ask on Connection: the Ask on Connection
window appears on the phone. Highlight PC Studio and press the
Select soft key or the
key. The status message at the bottom
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right of the PC Studio screen changes from Not Connected to
SGH-A836 Connected.
♦USB Mode set to PC Studio: The status message at the bottom
right of the PC Studio screen changes from Not Connected to
SGH-A836 Connected.
3. In the PC Studio program, select Phone Explorer. The Phone Explorer
window appears. It displays the folders on your phone at the top left of
the screen, folders on your PC at the bottom left and contents of the
highlighted folder on the right side.
4. Using Phone Explorer, navigate to the folder(s) containing the files you
wish to transfer. You can drag and drop files between computer and
phone or microSD card folders.
Between PC and Card using Microsoft Windows
You can also transfer files between a microSD card in your phone and a
PC using a USB cable and Microsoft Windows using the following
procedure.
Note: Your phone’s USB Setting must be set to Mass Storage or Ask on Connection (see “Select
USB Mode” on page 146).
1. Connect the USB cable to a USB port on your PC and to your phone.
♦USB Mode set to Ask on Connection: the Ask on Connection
window appears on the phone. Highlight Mass Storage and press
the Select soft key or the
key. “Connected” appears on the
phone display.
♦USB Mode set to Mass Storage: “Connected” appears on the
phone display.
2. Open My Computer on the PC. The list of contents will include a
“Removable Disk” with the name of the microSD card in your phone.
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3. Double click the disk icon to view the contents of the card. You can
drag and drop files between the computer and the folders on the card.
Transferring Files via Bluetooth
File transfer between your phone and a PC using Bluetooth requires a PC
with Bluetooth wireless capability and installation of Samsung’s PC Studio
3 software (included with your phone).
Note: For more information on Samsung PC Studio 3, consult the online help provided with the
PC Studio 3 software.
To transfer files using Bluetooth:
1. Start the PC Studio 3 software.
2. Select Phone Explorer. The Phone Explorer window appears.
3. On the File menu, select Connection to open the Connection Manager
window.
4. Select Bluetooth. If you do not have a Bluetooth connection
established, follow the on-screen instructions to create your
connection.
Note: To receive data via Bluetooth, your phone’s Bluetooth feature must be active. For more
information on activating Bluetooth on your phone, see “Activation” on page 140.
5. Phone Explorer displays the folders on your phone at the top left of the
screen, folders on your PC at the bottom left and contents of the
highlighted folder on the right side. Navigate to the folder(s) containing
the files you wish to transfer. You can drag and drop files between the
computer and phone or microSD card folders.
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Transferring Files via microSD Card
You can directly transfer music and other files between your PC and a
microSD memory card.
1. Remove the microSD card from your phone (see “Removing a microSD
Card” on page 22) and insert it into your PC’s microSD card reader or,
if you are using an SD card reader, first insert the microSD card into a
microSD adapter (see “Using a microSD Adapter” on page 22) then
insert the adapter into the SD card reader.
2. Open My Computer on the PC. The list of contents will include a
“Removable Disk” with the name of the microSD card.
3. Double click the disk icon to view the contents of the card. You can
drag and drop files between the computer and the folders on the card.
Note: The first time that a microSD card is inserted into your phone, your phone automatically
creates a series of folders on it for file storage (Voice List, Video, Ring Tunes, Music, Graphics).
Transferring Files Using MTP
You can also transfer multimedia files between your phone and a PC using
Microsoft MTP (Media Transfer Protocol), which transfers media files and
associated metadata to/from devices with optional additional support for
remote control of the device, reading and setting of device parameters
such as special DRM-related device parameters for restricted content.
Note: Your phone’s USB Setting must be set to Media Player or Ask on Connection to use this
procedure (see “Select USB Mode” on page 146).
1. Connect the USB cable to a USB port on your PC and to your phone.
♦USB Mode set to Ask on Connection: the Ask on Connection
window appears on the phone. Highlight Media Player and press the
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Select soft key or the
display.
key. “Connected” appears on the phone
♦USB Mode set to Media Player: “Connected” appears on the phone
display.
2. Open My Computer on the PC. The list of contents will include a
“Portable Media Device” with the name of your phone (SGH-A836Phone) and, if a microSD card is inserted in your phone, another
“Portable Media Device” for the card (SGH-A836-Card).
3. Double click the Phone or Card icon to view Data and Media folders on
the device. You can drag and drop files between the computer and
these folders.
Transferring Music Using a Media Application
This procedure allows you to synchronize music files between your phone
and a PC media application such as Windows Media Player.
Note: Your phone’s USB Setting must be set to Media Player or Ask on Connection to use this
procedure (see “Select USB Mode” on page 146).
Note: The following steps reflect the procedure used with Windows Media Player 10. If you are
using some other form of media player, or a later version of Windows Media Player, refer to the
application’s Help files for specific directions.
1. Connect the USB cable to a USB port on your PC and to your phone.
♦USB Mode set to Ask on Connection: the Ask on Connection
window appears on the phone. Highlight Media Player and press the
Select soft key or the
key. “Connected” appears on the phone
display.
♦USB Mode set to Media Player: “Connected” appears on the phone
display.
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2. Open Windows Media Player on the PC and click the Sync tab. The
list of devices at the right side of the screen will include your phone
(SGH-A836-Phone) and, if a microSD card is inserted in your phone,
the card (SGH-A836-Card). Select the location where downloaded files
are to be stored.
3. Click the Edit Playlist button in Windows Media Player and add the
files you want to transfer to your phone to the playlist. Ensure that there
is a check mark in the box at the left side of each song you want to
synchronize with your phone.
4. Click the Start Sync button at the upper left side of the Media Player
window to download the selected music to your phone.
“Synchronization in progress” is displayed in Windows Media Player
and “Downloading” on the phone while file transfer is in progress.
Note: Do not unplug the USB connector from the phone or PC while files are being transferred.
5. When file transfer is complete, unplug the USB connector from the
phone.
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Menus
This section explains the menu navigation for your phone. It also includes
an outline of all the available menus associated with your phone. Some
menu options are controlled by the SIM provided by your service provider.
Menu Navigation
The navigation keys on your phone allow you to scroll through menus
quickly and easily. The scroll bar at the right of the menu keeps track of
your position in the menu at all times.
♦To access menus from the Idle screen, press [ ].
♦To navigate through a menu, press the up or down navigation key. Press
[Volume] (located on the left side of your phone) to move to the top or
bottom of the displayed list.
♦As you navigate through a menu, menu options are highlighted. To
select the highlighted item, press <Select> or [ ]. You can also select
numbered options by pressing the corresponding keypad number.
Note: When you access a list of options, your phone highlights the current option. If, there are
only two options, however, such as On/Off or Enable/Disable, your phone highlights the option
that is not currently active.
♦If Pop Up List Menu is set to On (see “Set Display” on page 128),
submenus display to the right of a highlighted menu item. Press either
the right navigation key or [ ] to access the submenu.
♦To return to the previous level, press <Back> or [
].
♦To exit the menu and return to the Idle screen, press [
].
Main Menu Style
You can choose to display the Main menu as a 3x3 grid of icons or a list.
For more information, see Menu Style in “Set Display” on page 128.
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List of Menu Functions
The menu structure is as follows:
1. Rogers Mall
2. Media
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Music
Ring Tunes
PIcture Album
Videos
Voice Notes
Tools
Other Files
Memory Status
3. Games and Apps
1.
2.
Get New Games
Get New Applications
4. Call History
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
All Calls
Missed Calls
Calls Made
Calls Received
Speed Dial List
Delete All
Call Time
5. Vision
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Video/Radio
Mobile TV
Rogers Music Player
Friends
MobileMail
Internet
More Services
6. Messages
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Rogers IM
MobileMail
Create New Message
Inbox
Sent
Outbox
Drafts
My Folder
Templates
Voice Mail
Delete All
Messages Settings
Memory Status
7. Internet
8. Contacts
Contacts (tab)
Groups (tab)
9. Settings
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Set Sound Profile
Set Display
Set Time & Date
Set Phone
Set Calls
Set Connectivity
Set Applications
Reset Settings
Memory Management
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Rogers Mall
This menu selection (Menu 1) opens the Internet Browser, accesses
Rogers mobile Internet and automatically accesses a Rogers Web page
where you can shop for music, ring tunes, games, images and video files;
access messaging functions; and view news and information.
For information on using your phone’s Internet browser, see “Using the
Internet Browser” on page 113.
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Media
The Media menu (Menu 2) enables you to:
♦Manage your media files (audio, graphics, videos, other files)
♦Use the media player and audio recorder
♦Take photos and video clips
♦Set alarms
♦View the calendar and organize your schedule
♦Use a calculator, timer or stopwatch
♦View times in different parts of the world
Media files are organized in a series of named folders. You can also create
additional folders or sub-folders to further organize your files.
Note: If you have inserted a microSD memory card in your phone, you can scroll right or left
while in the Media menu to view similar folders, and the files they contain, in the memory card.
Music
In this folder, you can access music files you have downloaded to your
phone or microSD card, play them using the phone’s music player or send
them to a Bluetooth headset.
To play a music file on the phone:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
2. Scroll to the file and press [
] and select Media → Music.
] or press <Options> and select Play.
To transfer the sound to a Bluetooth headset, press <Options> and select
Transfer to Bluetooth Stereo Headset.
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Music Options
The following options are available when you press <Options> with a
music file highlighted. The availability of some of these options depends on
the highlighted (selected) file:
♦Play: Plays the currently selected music file.
♦Send via: Lets you send the chosen file to a recipient in a Message or
via Bluetooth to another Bluetooth device.
♦Set as: Lets you use the chosen file as an Alarm Tone (only available for
files stored on your phone).
♦Move: Lets you move the Selected file or Multiple files to another folder
on the phone or to a microSD memory card if one is inserted. For more
information on transferring files to and from your phone or a memory
card, see “Transferring Files” on page 40.
♦Copy: Lets you place a copy of the Selected file or Multiple files in
another location, including folder on the microSD memory card if one is
inserted.
♦Delete: Lets you delete the Selected file, Multiple files or All files.
♦Rename: Lets you change the name of the selected file.
♦Add to Playlist: Lets you add the file to a new or existing playlist.
♦Create Folder: Lets you create a subfolder. After you create a folder,
you can highlight it and access the following additional options by
pressing <Options>:
• Open: Opens the selected folder or subfolder.
• Create Folder: Lets you create a subfolder.
• Move Folder: Lets you move the folder to a new location.
• Copy Folder: Lets you copy the folder to another location.
• Delete Folder: Deletes the selected folder or subfolder.
• Rename Folder: Lets you rename the selected folder or subfolder.
• Sort by: Lets you arrange all your files by Date, Type, Name, or Size.
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• Bluetooth Visibility: Allows the media file to be shared or released
for the use with another Bluetooth device.
• Memory Card Settings: Opens the Memory Card Settings menu,
where you can view card details, format or rename the card, and turn
Bluetooth visibility on or off.
• Properties: Displays all the properties of the currently selected
folder.
♦Sort by: Lets you arrange all your files by Date, Type, Name or Size.
♦Bluetooth Visibility: Allows the selected music file or multiple files to be
shared or released for use with another Bluetooth device.
♦Lock/Unlock: Allows you to lock the file so it can not be deleted. Files
must be unlocked before they can be deleted.
♦Properties: Display all the properties of the currently selected file (Title,
Size, Format, Duration, Artist, Album, Genre, Forwarding, Created,
Location).
Ring Tunes
In this folder you can download ring tunes using the Internet browser and
manage your ring tunes.
Note: If you have inserted a microSD memory card in your phone, you can scroll right or left
while in the Media menus to view similar folders, and the files they contain, in the memory card.
Get New Ring Tunes
This option allows you to download ring tunes from your service provider.
1. From the Idle screen, press [ ] and select Media → Ring Tunes
→Get New Ring Tunes. The browser launches and opens the Get
Music & Tones screen.
2. Follow the on-screen options to select and download a file.
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Press <Options> to access browser options (see “Using the Internet
Browser” on page 113).
Ring Tunes Options
The following options are available when you press <Options> with a ring
tune highlighted. The availability of some of these options depends on the
highlighted (selected) file:
♦Play: Plays the currently selected ring tune.
♦Send via: Lets you send the chosen file to a recipient in a Message or
via Bluetooth to another Bluetooth device.
♦Set as: Lets you set the selected ring tune as your Voice Call Ring Tune,
Caller Ring Tune or Alarm Tone.
♦Move: Lets you move the file to another location on the phone or to a
memory card.
♦Copy: Lets you copy the file to another location on the phone or to a
memory card.
♦Delete: Lets you delete the Selected file, Multiple files or All files.
♦Rename: Lets you change the name of the selected file.
♦Add to Playlist: Lets you add the file to a music playlist.
♦Create Folder: Lets you create a subfolder. After you create a folder,
you can highlight it and access the following additional options by
pressing <Options>:
• Open: Opens the selected folder or subfolder.
• Create Folder: Lets you create a subfolder.
• Move Folder: Lets you move the folder to a new location.
• Copy Folder: Lets you copy the folder to another location.
• Delete Folder: Deletes the selected folder or subfolder.
• Rename Folder: Lets you rename the selected folder or subfolder.
• Sort by: Lets you arrange all your files by Date, Type, Name, or Size.
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• Bluetooth Visibility: Allows the media file to be shared or released
for the use with another Bluetooth device.
• Memory Card Settings: Opens the Memory Card Settings menu,
where you can view card details, format or rename the card, and turn
Bluetooth visibility on or off.
• Properties: Displays all the properties of the currently selected
folder.
♦Sort by: Lets you arrange all your files by Date, Type, Name or Size.
♦Bluetooth Visibility: Allows the media file to be shared or released for
the use with another Bluetooth device.
♦Lock/Unlock: Allows you to lock the file so it can not be deleted. Files
must be unlocked before they can be deleted.
♦Properties: Displays all the properties of the currently selected file.
Picture Album
This folder contains your collections of provided and downloaded pictures
as well as those taken with your phone’s internal camera. You can also
download pictures and select pictures to be displayed as wallpaper or as
caller ID images.
Get New Graphics
The Get New Graphics option allows you to download images from your
service provider.
1. From the Idle screen, press [ ] and select Media → Picture Album
→ Get New Graphics. The browser launches and opens the Images
screen.
2. Follow the on-screen options to select and download a file.
Picture Files
To open a picture file:
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1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Media → Picture Album.
Highlight the picture you want to view and press [
and select View.
] or press <Options>
Picture File Options
The following options are available when you press <Options> with a
graphic file highlighted. The availability of some of these options depends
on the highlighted (selected) file:
♦View: Displays the image.
♦View Online Album: Lets you view pictures uploaded to your online
album.
♦Send: Lets you send the selected file to a recipient via Message, via
Bluetooth to another Bluetooth device, or to an Online Album.
♦Set as: allows you to set the photo as wallpaper for the Main Display or
Front Display, or assign it to a Caller ID.
♦Move: Lets you move the Selected file or Multiple files to a different
location in your phone or to a microSD memory card if one is inserted.
Highlight the location you want to move the file(s) to and press [ ].
♦Copy: Lets you place a copy of the Selected file or Multiple files in
another location in your phone or on a microSD memory card if one is
inserted. Highlight the location you want to copy the file(s) to and press
[ ].
♦Delete: Lets you delete the Selected file, Multiple files or All files.
♦Rename: Lets you change the name of the selected file.
♦Take Photo: Switches your phone to Camera mode.
♦Create Folder: Lets you create a subfolder. After you create a folder,
you can highlight it and access the following additional options by
pressing <Options>:
•Open: Opens the selected folder or subfolder.
•Take Photo: Switches your phone to Camera mode.
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•Create Folder: Lets you create a subfolder.
•Move Folder: Lets you move the folder to a new location.
•Copy Folder: Lets you copy the folder to another location.
•Delete Folder: Deletes the selected folder or subfolder.
•Rename Folder: Lets you rename the selected folder or subfolder.
•Sort by: Lets you arrange all your files by Date, Type, Name, or Size.
•Bluetooth Visibility: Allows the media file to be shared or released
for the use with another Bluetooth device.
•Memory Card Settings: Lets you view memory card details, format
or rename the card, and enable/disable Bluetooth visibility.
•Properties: Displays all the properties of the currently selected folder.
♦Sort by: Lets you arrange all your files by Date, Type, Name or Size.
♦Bluetooth Visibility: Allows the media file to be shared or released for
the use with another Bluetooth device.
♦Print via: Lets you print the file via USB or Bluetooth connection to a
printer or computer.
♦Lock/Unlock: Lets you lock the file to prevent accidental deletion and
unlock it when necessary.
♦Properties: Display all the properties of the currently selected file.
Photo Options
The following options are available when you press <Options> with a
picture file open:
♦Zoom: Lets you zoom in on a portion of the picture. Press <+> to zoom
in, press <-> to zoom out, and use the navigation keys to move the
image window. Press [ ] to exit.
♦Send: Allows you to send the picture in a Message, via Bluetooth or to
an Online Album.
♦Set as: Allows you to set the photo as wallpaper for the Main Display or
Front Display, or assign it to a Caller ID.
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♦Delete: Deletes the picture.
♦Rename: Lets you specify a different name for the file.
♦Edit: Opens the Image Editor. Press <Options> to access the following
editing and sharing tools:
•Save as: Lets you specify a unique name for the picture file.
Otherwise, pictures are named using the default naming convention
(to change the default format see Default Name in the previous section).
• Effects: Allows you to apply a Black and White, Sepia, Negative,
Milky, Lighting, Crayon Pastel, Oil Paint, Blur, Despeckle, or Sharpen
effect to the image.
•Partial Effects: Lets you apply a Partial Blur effect or perform Redeye
Repair inside an area. Select the effect you want to apply. Use the
navigation keys to move the area box to the area of the screen where
you want to apply the effect. Press <Options> and select Size to
change the size of the selected area, Shape to select a different
shape for the selection area, Blur or Repair to apply the effect.
•Adjust: Lets you adjust Brightness, Contrast and Color settings. Use
the left and right navigation keys to move the adjustment slider.
•Transform: Lets you Resize, Rotate or Flip the picture. Use the up
and down navigation keys to make a selection and press [ ] or
<Select>.
•Crop: Lets you crop a portion of the picture. Use the navigation keys
to move the area box to the area of the screen where you want to
apply the effect. Press <Options> and select Size to change the size
of the selected area, Shape to select a different shape for the
selection area, Crop to apply the effect.
•Insert: Lets you add a Frame, Clipart, Emoticon or Text to the picture.
After entering text, press <Options> to change Size, Rotate, Font
size or Color.
•Send: Allows you to send the picture in a Message, via Bluetooth or
to an Online Album.
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• Set as: Allows you to set the photo as wallpaper for the Main Display
or Front Display, or assign it to a Caller ID.
• Print via: Allows you to print the photo using a USB or Bluetooth
connection.
♦Bluetooth Visibility: Allows the file to be shared or released for use
with another Bluetooth device.
♦Slide Show: Consecutively displays all images in the folder.
♦Print via: Lets you print the file via USB or Bluetooth connection to a
printer or computer.
♦Lock/Unlock: Lets you lock the file to prevent accidental deletion and
unlock it when necessary.
♦Properties: Displays the properties of the currently selected file.
Videos
In this folder, you can view the videos you have taken using the built in
camcorder (see “Camcorder” on page 64) as well as videos downloaded
from the Web or received in picture messages.
Get New Videos
The Get New Videos option allows you to download videos from your
service provider.
1. From the Idle screen, press [ ] and select Media → Videos →
Get New Videos. The browser launches and opens the Music & Tones
page.
2. Follow the on-screen options to select and download a file.
Video Files
To play a video file:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Media → Videos.
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2. Highlight the video clip you want to view and press [
<Options> and select Play.
] or press
Video File Options
The following options are available when you press <Options> with a
video file highlighted. The availability of some of these options depends on
the highlighted (selected) file:
♦Play: Plays the currently selected video.
♦View Online Album: Lets you view videos uploaded to your online
album.
♦Send: Lets you send the selected file to a recipient in a Message, via
Bluetooth to another Bluetooth device, or to an Online Album.
♦Move: Lets you move the Selected file or Multiple files to another folder
on the phone or to a microSD memory card if one is inserted.
♦Copy: Lets you place a copy of the Selected file or Multiple files in
another location in the phone or a microSD memory card if one is
inserted.
♦Delete: Lets you delete the Selected file, Multiple files or All files.
♦Rename: Lets you change the name of the selected file.
♦Record Video: Switches your phone to Camcorder mode.
♦Create Folder: Lets you create a subfolder. After you create a folder,
you can highlight it and access the following additional options by
pressing <Options>:
• Open: Opens the selected folder or subfolder.
• Record Video: Switches your phone to Camcorder mode.
• Create Folder: Lets you create a subfolder.
• Move Folder: Lets you move the folder to a new location.
• Copy Folder: Lets you copy the folder to another location.
• Delete Folder: Deletes the selected folder or subfolder.
• Rename Folder: Lets you rename the selected folder or subfolder.
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• Sort by: Lets you arrange all your files by Date, Type, Name, or Size.
• Bluetooth Visibility: Allows the media file to be shared or released
for the use with another Bluetooth device.
• Memory Card Settings: Lets you view memory card details, format
or rename the card, and enable/disable Bluetooth visibility.
• Properties: Displays all the properties of the currently selected
folder.
♦Sort by: Lets you arrange all your files by Date, Type, Name or Size.
♦Bluetooth Visibility: Allows the media file to be shared or released for
the use with another Bluetooth device.
♦Lock/Unlock: Lets you lock the file to prevent accidental deletion and
unlock it when necessary.
♦Properties: Display all the properties of the currently selected file.
Voice Notes
This folder contains the audio files that you create with the built in recorder.
This is the default save location for recorded audio files. To access the
Record Audio function, see “Record Audio” on page 70.
Voice Notes Options
The following options are available when you press <Options> with a
Voice Notes file highlighted:
♦Play: Plays the currently selected audio file.
♦Send via Messages: Lets you send the selected file to a recipient in a
Message.
♦Set as: Lets you use the recording as an alarm tone. Select an alarm
option (Wake-up alarm, Alarm 1 -4). Program the alarm options (see
“Alarms” on page 76) then press <Save> or [ ] to confirm the choice.
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♦Move: Lets you move the Selected file or Multiple files to another folder
on the phone or a microSD memory card if one is inserted. Highlight the
location you want to move the file(s) to and press [ ].
♦Copy: Lets you place a copy of the Selected file or Multiple files in
another location in the phone or a microSD memory card if one is
inserted.
♦Delete: Lets you delete the Selected file, Multiple files or All files.
♦Rename: Lets you change the name of the selected file.
♦Record Audio: Opens the audio recorder (see “Record Audio” on
page 70).
♦Create Folder: Lets you create a subfolder. After you create a folder,
you can highlight it and access the following additional options by
pressing <Options>:
• Open: Opens the selected folder or subfolder.
• Record Audio: Lets you use the Record Audio function to record an
audio clip using your phone’s microphone.
• Create Folder: Lets you create a subfolder.
• Move Folder: Lets you move the folder to a new location.
• Copy Folder: Lets you copy the folder to another location.
• Delete Folder: Deletes the selected folder or subfolder.
• Rename Folder: Lets you rename the selected folder or subfolder.
• Sort by: Lets you arrange all your files by Date, Type, Name, or Size.
• Bluetooth Visibility: Allows the media file to be shared or released
for the use with another Bluetooth device.
• Memory Card Settings: Lets you view memory card details, format
or rename the card, and enable/disable Bluetooth visibility.
• Properties: Displays all the properties of the currently selected
folder.
♦Sort by: Lets you arrange all your files by Date, Type, Name or Size.
♦Lock/Unlock: Lets you lock the file to prevent accidental deletion and
unlock it when necessary.
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♦Properties: Display all the properties of the currently selected file.
Tools
Provides access to the Camera, Media Player, Record Audio, Calendar,
Alarms, Calculator, World Clock, Stopwatch, Tasks, Notes, Tip Calculator,
Converter and Timer.
Camera
Using the camera in your phone, you can take photos of people or events
while on the move. Additionally, you can send photos to other people in a
picture message or set one as wallpaper on your display screen.
You can also record videos (see “Camcorder” on page 64).
For information on configuring the default settings for the camera, see
“Camera Settings” on page 150.
Taking Photos
Your camera produces photo files in JPEG format. The selected location
for saving photos (phone or card) and number of photos that can be saved
in this location are indicated at the lower left side of the screen (to change
the file location See “Camera Settings” on page 150).
To take a photo:
1. From the Idle screen, press [ ] and select Media → Tools →
Camera. The camera opens in either Camera or Camcorder mode
(indicated by the icon on the top left corner of the screen), depending
the mode last used. To change the camera mode, press [
] or
press <Menu> and select Camera.
Note: You can also access the camera directly from the Idle screen by pressing and holding the
Camera key.
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2. Adjust the image by aiming the camera at the subject and framing the
photo you want to take on the screen.
♦Press <Menu> to configure settings or apply effects. For more
information, see “Camera Options in Capture Mode” on page 62.
♦You can change the brightness using the left and right navigation
keys.
♦You can change the zoom using the up and down navigation keys.
3. Press [
] to take the photo.
Camera Options in Capture Mode
Camera options are represented by icons across the top of the screen.
Press <Menu> to access the camera options. Use the left and right
navigation keys to highlight individual options, then the up and down
navigation keys to make a selection. Press [ ] to confirm a new selection.
The available options are:
♦Camera Mode: Allows you to select either Camera or Camcorder.
♦Shooting Mode: Allows you to switch camera modes.
• Single Shot: allows you to take a single photo and either review the
photo after taking it (Take and Review) or return immediately to the
viewfinder to take another (Take and Preview).
• Multi Shot: Allows you to take a series of up to 9 photos in quick
succession by pressing and holding the
key.
• Mosaic Shot: Allows you to take two or more photos arranged in a
mosaic. Press <List> or use the left and right navigation buttons to view
the available patterns. Press <OK> to select a mosaic.
• Frame Shot: Lets you add a decorative frame to the picture. Press
<List> or use the left and right navigation buttons to view the available
frames. Press <OK> to select a frame.
• Panorama: allows you to take 3, 4, 5, or 6 photos that are combined
in a single panoramic image.
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♦Image Size: allows you to set the size (in pixels) of pictures being taken
in Single Shot mode. The options are: 1280x960, 640x480 and 320x240.
For Multi Shot and Panorama, the size is automatically set to 320x240.
For Mosaic Shot and Frame Shot the size is automatically set to
176x144.
♦White Balance: allows you to set the white balance (color temperature
of the surrounding light). Choose Auto (camera automatically selects the
setting), Daylight, Incandescent, Fluorescent, or Cloudy.
♦Night Shot: Increases the camera sensitivity to produce brighter
pictures in dark locations.
♦Timer: allows you to set a time delay before the camera takes the
picture. The options are Off, 3 Seconds, 5 Seconds, or 10 Seconds. The
camera counts down the time on the screen and by playing a sound.
♦Effects: allows you to choose a custom color tone for your picture.
Choose from the following options.
No Effects: cancels any effects applied to the picture.
Black & White: removes all color and displays the picture in black and
white (greyscale) mode.
Sepia: Displays the picture in black and white with a sepia tint that
makes it look like an old picture.
Negative: Reverses the light and dark areas of the picture.
♦Camera Shortcuts: Provides a list of shortcuts that allow you to directly
access camera options using the keypad. Press the key once to see the
current setting and continue pressing to change the setting. Keypad
shortcuts include.
toggles between Camera and Camcorder mode
changes the Shooting mode
changes the Timer setting
changes the Viewfinder mode
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Toggles Night Shot mode on and off
♦ Settings: Allows you to customize your camera settings. See “Camera
Settings” on page 150 for complete information.
Camera Options After Taking a Photo
When Single Shot mode is set to Take And Review and an image you have
just taken is displayed, you can press <Options> to access the following
options:
♦Take Photo: Returns to the active camera screen so you can take
another photo.
♦Send: Allows you to send the photo in a message or to an online album.
♦Set as:
• Wallpaper: Sets the photo as your wallpaper for the idle screen on
the main display.
• Caller ID: Sets the photo as a caller ID image for Contact list entries.
♦Rotate: rotates the image 90° clockwise.
Gallery
The Gallery soft key provided when in Camera mode provides another
method of accessing the Picture Album folder but only shows photos
taken using the handset.
Options available by pressing <Options> are the same as provided when
accessing the Picture Album directly except Take Photo is not included
(see “Picture File Options” on page 54 for details).
Camcorder
Using the camcorder, you can record videos in 3GP or MP4 format. The
video clips you create can be sent to other properly equipped phones. You
can also view the clips with the built-in media player.
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Recording Videos
To record a video:
1. From the Idle screen, press [ ] and select Media → Tools →
Camera. The camera opens in either Camera or Camcorder mode
(indicated by the icon on the top left corner of the screen), depending
the mode last used. To change the camera mode, press
or
press <Menu> and select Camcorder.
2. Aim the camera lens at the subject and frame the starting point for the
video on the screen.
♦Press <Menu> to configure settings or apply effects. For more
information, see “Camcorder Options in Record Mode” on page 65.
♦You can change the brightness using the left and right navigation
keys.
♦You can change the zoom using the up and down navigation keys.
3. Press [ ] to start recording the video. Press [
and again to restart.
] to pause recording
4. When you are finished, Press <Stop> to stop recording.
The video clip is saved in the Videos folder. You can preview it by pressing
[ ], delete it by pressing <Delete> or access various options by pressing
<Options>. For more information on menu options, see “Camcorder
Options After Recording a Video” on page 67.
Camcorder Options in Record Mode
Camcorder options are represented by icons across the top of the screen.
Press <Menu> to access the camcorder options. Use the left and right
navigation keys to highlight individual options, then the up and down
navigation keys to make a selection. Press [ ] to confirm a new selection.
♦Camera Mode: Allows you to select the camera operating mode
(Camera or Camcorder).
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♦Recording Mode: Switches recording mode between Normal and
Picture Message (limits the video clip file size to allow transmission in a
Picture Message.).
♦Size: Indicates that the resolution of the video clip is 176x144.
♦ White Balance: Allows you to set the white balance (color temperature
of the surrounding light). Choose Auto (camera automatically selects the
setting), Daylight, Incandescent, Fluorescent, or Cloudy.
♦Record Audio: Controls whether sound is recorded along with the
video.
♦Timer: allows you to set a time delay before the camcorder begins
recording. The options are Off, 3 seconds, 5 seconds, or 10 seconds.
The camera counts down the time on the screen and by playing a sound.
♦Effects: allows you to choose a custom color tone for your photo.
Choose from the following options.
No Effects: cancels any effects applied to the image.
Black & White: removes all color and displays the picture in black and
white (greyscale) mode.
Sepia: Displays the picture in black and white with a sepia tint that
makes it look like an old picture.
Negative: Produces a negative image of the scene.
♦Shortcuts: Provides a list of shortcuts that allow you to directly access
camera options using the keypad. Press the key once to see the current
setting and continue pressing to change the setting. Keypad shortcuts
include.
toggles between Camera and Camcorder mode
changes the Recording mode
changes the Timer setting
changes the Viewfinder mode (turns icons on or off)
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♦Settings: Opens the Camera Settings menu See “Camera Settings” on
page 150 for more information.
Camcorder Options After Recording a Video
When you press <Options> after saving a video, the following options are
available:
♦Record Video: returns to the active camcorder screen so you can take
another video.
♦Send: Allows you to send the video in a message or to an online album.
Gallery
The Gallery soft key provided when in Camcorder mode provides another
method of accessing the Videos folder but only shows video clips taken
using the handset.
Options available by pressing <Options> are the same as provided when
accessing the Videos folder directly except Record Video is not included
(see “Video File Options” on page 58 for details).
Media Player
The media player lets you access and play music files saved on the phone
or a microSD memory card. You can create and access playlists (lists of
songs grouped for playback).
For information on transferring files to your phone or a microSD card, see
“Transferring Files” on page 40.
Note: The Music Player does not necessarily support all features of a particular file format nor all
the variations of those formats. The Music Player includes support for Windows Media Digital
rights Management (WMDRM), which allows you to play some purchased or subscription
content. Copyright protection may prevent some images, music (including ring tunes) and other
content from being copied, modified, transferred or forwarded.
To access music files and playlists:
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1. From the Idle screen, press [
Media Player.
] and select Media → Tools →
The choices available are:
• Now playing: displays details of a song currently playing or paused.
• All Music: Displays a list of all songs currently available on the
phone and the microSD memory card (if inserted).
• Artists: Displays a list of all artists performing the available songs.
To view a list of the available songs by an artist, organized by album,
highlight the name and press [ ]. To play a song, highlight the title
and press [ ].
• Albums: Displays a list of all albums currently available on the phone
or an inserted microSD card. To view a list of the songs on an album,
highlight the name and press [ ]. To play a song, highlight the title
and press [ ].
• Playlists: Lets you create a New Playlist, view Recently played or
Most played, and provides a list of playlists.
• Genres: Lists the available music by genre.
Playing a Music File
While viewing Media Player files, as described above, highlight the file you
want to play and press [ ] to launch the player and play the file.
While an audio file is playing, the left and right navigation keys operate as
Last Track/Next Track controls and [ ] as Pause control, even when you
return to the Media Applications screen or Idle screen by pressing [
].
To access the Menu screen from the Idle screen while the music player is
operating, press <Menu>.
When you close the phone, you can change the volume using the volume
keys, mute the sound by pressing and holding the lower volume key, and
unmute the sound by pressing and holding the upper volume key.
Before or after a file is played, you can press <Options> for additional
options (see below).
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Media Player Options
When you open the Media Player and highlight a music file, the following
options are available by pressing <Options>:
♦Add to Playlist: Lets you add the selected file to a new or existing
playlist.
♦Send via: Lets you send the selected file to a recipient in a Message or
via Bluetooth to another Bluetooth device.
♦Delete: Lets you delete the selected file.
♦Properties: Displays the properties of the selected file (Title, Size,
Format, Duration, Artist, Album, Genre, Forwarding, Created, Location).
When you select a music file, the following options are available by
pressing <Options>:
♦Pause/Resume: Allows you to stop and restart the currently playing
music selection.
♦Transfer to Bluetooth Stereo Headset/Phone: Selects whether to play
the selected file through the phone’s speaker or Bluetooth stereo
headphones (see below).
♦Hide Player: Displays or hides the on-screen playback controller image.
♦Shuffle: Plays all files in random order.
♦Loop: allows you to play the current selection or all music files in a
continuous loop.
♦Add to Playlist: Lets you add the selected file to a new or existing
playlist.
♦Send via: Lets you send the selected file to a recipient in a Message or
via Bluetooth to another Bluetooth device.
♦Set as: Lets you set the selected file as an alarm tone.
♦Equalizer: Allows you to set music player’s tonal balance to optimize it
for Normal, Rock, Pop, Dance, Classic or Jazz music.
♦Delete: Deletes the selected music file.
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♦Properties: Displays the properties of the selected file (Title, Size,
Format, Duration, Artist, Album, Genre, Date, Location).
Play Music Through a Stereo Bluetooth Device
Your phone supports the Stereo Bluetooth profile (A2DP) that will play back
music in stereo on a stereo Bluetooth headset. Your phone must be paired
to a stereo Bluetooth device (see “Bluetooth” on page 139 for instructions).
To play music through a paired stereo Bluetooth headset, during playback
press <Options>, highlight Transfer to Bluetooth Stereo Headset and
press <Select> or [ ].
Record Audio
Record Audio allows you to record audio clips such as voice memos and
send audio clips to other people.
To create an audio recording:
] and select Media → Tools →
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Record Audio.
2. To begin recording, press [
].
3. To pause the recording, press [ ]. To stop recording and save the file
press <Stop>. If the recording time expires, the message is
automatically saved.
4. To play back the recording, press [
].
Using Record Audio Options
Before recording, you can access various options by pressing <Options>.
To execute an option, select it and press <Select> or [ ]. The following
options are available:
♦Record: Immediately begins recording an audio clip.
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♦Go to Voice Notes: Takes you to the Voice Notes folder where
recorded audio clips are stored.
♦Record Audio Settings: Allows you to select the Default Name for
recorded files and the maximum Recording Time (1 Minute, 2 Minutes, 3
Minutes, 4 Minutes, 5 Minutes, 60 Minutes or Limit for MMS). See
“Record Audio Settings” on page 152 for more information.
After saving a recorded file you can access various options by pressing
<Options>. To execute an option, highlight it and press <Select> or [ ].
The following options are available:
♦Play: Plays the recorded file.
♦Record: Immediately begins recording an audio clip.
♦Go to Voice Notes: Takes you to the Voice Notes folder, which contains
audio files that you have created using the built-in recorder.
♦Record Audio Settings: Lets you set default Record Audio settings. For
more information, see “Record Audio Settings” on page 152.
♦Send via Messages: Lets you send the selected file to a recipient in a
picture message.
♦Delete: Deletes the selected file.
♦Rename: Lets you specify a unique name for the audio file. Otherwise, the
default naming convention is used. Note that you can also change the
default naming convention (see “Record Audio Settings” on page 152).
♦Lock/Unlock: Locking prevents the file from being accidentally deleted.
A locked file must be unlocked before it can be deleted.
♦Properties: Display the properties of the currently selected media file.
Calendar
Using the Calendar feature, you can view any month, week or day. The
current day is highlighted in the month and week views. You can also
create Appointment, Anniversary, Holiday, Important and Private events on
any day.
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To view the Calendar:
1. From the Idle screen, press [ ] and select Media → Tools →
Calendar. The calendar opens in Month, week or day view, depending
on the Default View setting (see “Calendar Options” on page 72).
In Month view, the current date is highlighted by a box around the number.
Use the navigation keys to move to other dates. Appointments are
indicated by a blue arrow at the lower right corner of the date,
Anniversaries by a yellow arrow at the upper right corner, Holidays by
changing the number to yellow, Important events by a red arrow at the
upper left corner and Private events by a green arrow at the lower left
corner.
Week view provides a grid with the days of the week across and daytime
hours arranged vertically. Use the navigation keys to move to specific days
and times. The same arrow indicators as in Month view appear on the initial
indicating the day and colored rectangles indicate the time slots where
events are scheduled. To view the events on a specific day, use the
navigation keys to highlight the day and press [ ] to open the day view.
Note: You can also move to the previous or next month or week by pressing the
Volume keys on the left side of the phone.
Day view provides a list of the events associated with the chosen day, the
scheduled time for each and icons indicating the type of event, alarm
indicator, etc.
To Change the View
While in any of the Calendar views, to change the view press <Options>,
select View Mode, highlight the view you want and press <Select> or [ ].
Calendar Options
While using the Calendar, press <Options> to access the Calendar
options (not all options are available in each view):
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♦View: Opens the Day view for the selected day.
♦View Mode: Lets you change the view to one of the other options.
♦Create: Used to create a new event (Appointment, Anniversary, Holiday,
Important or Private).
♦Go to: Lets you directly select the current day or a specific date.
♦Send via: Lets you send the information for the highlighted event to
someone else via message or Bluetooth.
♦Event List: Displays a list of specific type of event (Appointments,
Anniversaries, Holidays, Important or Private).
♦Delete: Lets you delete events for the selected day, all events in a
specific time period, all events in the selected month, all previous events
or all events.
♦Save to Media: Saves the information in a .vcs format file in the Other
Files folder (see “Other Files” on page 84).
♦Print via Bluetooth: Prints a day calendar to a Bluetooth-enabled
printer.
♦Settings: Allows you to select the calendar Starting Day (whether
Sunday or Monday is the first day of the week) and Default View Mode
(whether the current month, week or day is displayed when the calendar
is opened).
♦Missed Alarm Event: Provides a list of events with alarm time that has
passed.
♦Memory Status: Shows the number of each type of event saved on your
phone. The phone holds a maximum of 100 Appointments, 50
Anniversaries, 50 Holidays, 20 Important events and 20 Private events.
Creating Calendar Entries
To write or edit a calendar entry on a specific date:
1. Use the navigation keys to select the date.
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2. Press <Options> and select Create.
3. Select the type of entry you want to make (Appointment, Anniversary,
Holiday, Important or Private).
Depending on the type of entry, some of the following options are
available:
♦Title: Enter text describing the event.
♦Details: Enter any additional details.
Note: The Start Date and End Date on event entry screens are automatically set to the date
highlighted on the calendar when the screen is opened.
♦Start Date: If the displayed start date is not correct, use the
navigation keys and numeric keypad to enter the required date.
♦Start Time: Use the numeric keypad to set the start time. Use the
Right navigation key to toggle the AM/PM setting.
♦End Date: If the displayed end date is not correct, use the navigation
keys and numeric keypad to enter the required date.
♦End Time: Use the numeric keypad to set the end time. Use the
right navigation key to toggle the AM/PM setting.
♦Date: If the displayed date for the event is not correct, use the
navigation keys and numeric keypad to enter the required date.
♦Location: Enter text detailing the location of the appointment.
♦Alarm (before): Allows you to set an alarm to remind you of this
event and set the length of time before the event that the alarm
should sound (number of minutes, hours or days).
♦Alarm Time: Allows you to set the time of day that the alarm will
sound.
♦Alarm Tone: Press [ ] key to open the Media menu and select
Ring Tunes. To play any of the available tones, highlight the name
and press [ ], then press <Back> to return to the menu. Highlight
the tone you wish to use, press <Options>, and select Select.
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♦Repeat: allows you to repeat the same event on a daily, weekly or
monthly basis.
♦Repeat Every Year: Lets you repeat an Anniversary event every
year on the same date.
♦Every: Lets you specify a multiplier for the Repeat setting, for
example if Repeat is set to Weekly and you enter 3 in this box, the
event repeats every 3 weeks.
♦Except Weekends: Lets you exclude weekends.
♦Until: Lets you specify when to stop the event.
4. When you have finished, press [ ] or press <Options> and select
Save. The entry is indicated on the calendar by a colored arrow at a
corner of the date.
Event Options
The following options display when you press <Options> while setting an
event.
♦Birthday from Contacts: Lets you import information from Contacts
(anniversary only).
♦Save: Saves the event in the corresponding event list.
♦Input Method: Allows you to select the text input method (see
“Changing the Text Input Mode” on page 36).
♦Input Language: Toggles the input language between English and
Français (French).
Viewing a Calendar Entry
To view the details for a day, highlight the day in the calendar view and
press [ ]. To view the details of an entry, highlight it and press [ ] or
<Options> and select View.
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Missed Alarm Events
While viewing the calendar or a calendar entry, the Missed Alarm Event
option shows all calendar entries that you have missed. If more than one
entry is stored, press the up or down navigation key to scroll to the previous
or next entry. Press <Options> to access the following options:
♦View: Allows you to view the highlighted entry details.
♦Delete: Allows you to delete the currently selected missed alarm event.
♦Delete All: Allows you to delete all missed alarm events.
Alarms
This menu allows you to:
♦Set up to eleven alarms to ring at a specific time
♦Set the phone to switch on automatically and play alarms when switched
off
Set an Alarm
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Alarms.
] and select Media →Tools →
2. Choose an alarm and press [
Select.
] or press <Options> and select
For all alarms except Wake-up Alarm, you can change the alarm name
by selecting Name and editing the content of the text box.
3. If the alarm is Off, choose Alarm Activation and press the right
navigation key to set it to On.
4. Choose Alarm Time. Set a time for the alarm to sound using the
numeric keypad. To change the AM/PM setting, highlight AM/PM and
use the right navigation key to toggle the setting.
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Note: Your phone is preset to a 12-hour format. To change the time format, see “Set Time &
Date” on page 131.
5. Choose Alarm Type and press [ ]. Choose Melody, Increasing
Melody, Vibration, Vibration then Melody, Vibration & Melody, or
Vibration & Increasing Melody and press <Select> or [ ].
6. Choose Alarm Tone, press [ ] to open the Media menu and choose
Ring Tunes. To play a tone, choose the name and press [ ], then
press <Back> to return to the menu. Choose the tone you wish to use,
press <Options>and select Select.
7. Choose the Alarm Volume graphic. Press the Left and Right
navigation keys to adjust the volume level. Press [ ] to hear a
preview.
8. Choose the Recurrence panel. Press [
The menu choices are:
] to open the selection menu.
♦Every day: The alarm sounds each day at the Alarm Time.
♦Once only: The alarm sounds the first time the Alarm Time occurs.
♦Individual Days: The alarm sounds at the Alarm Time only on the
selected day(s).
For each selection you want to make, highlight it and press [ ] to put
a check mark in the selection box. When you are finished, press <OK>.
9. To change the Snooze setting, use the left and right navigation keys to
toggle the setting (Off, 1 Min, 3 Min, 5 Min, 7 Min, 10 Min). Choose
Repeat and set the number of times to repeat the alarm (1, 2, 3, 5, 10).
10. Press [
] or press <Options> and select Save to save the settings.
Note: The Alarm icon appears in the Icon area on the Idle screen to show that an alarm has
been set.
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Note: To stop the alarm when it rings, open the phone and press any key. To use the snooze
function to delay the alarm, press the Snooze soft key.
Adding and Deleting Alarms
The default alarm display shows Wake-up Alarm (intended for use as an
“alarm clock”), task alarms Alarm 1 to Alarm 4, and Auto Power-up (lets
you choose whether the alarm rings when the phone is turned off).
♦You can add up to six additional alarms by pressing <Options> and
selecting Create.
♦To rename an alarm, choose the alarm, press [ ], enter the new
name in the Name box and press [
].
♦To delete any of the alarms you have added, choose the alarm,
press <Options>, choose Delete, press <Select> or [
<Yes> to confirm the deletion.
], and press
Calculator
With this feature, you can use the phone as a calculator with basic
arithmetic functions (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division). To use
the calculator:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Calculator.
] and select Media → Tools →
2. Enter the equation you want to solve.
♦Enter numbers using the numeric keys.
♦As shown in the diagram on the lower part of the screen, enter basic
operators (+, -, × or ÷) using the navigation keys, decimal point and
brackets using the left soft key (press once for decimal point,
continue pressing for brackets).
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♦To make corrections, use [
] and [
] to move left and right in
the equation you have entered and press [
] to delete the
character immediately to the left of the cursor.
To view the result, press [
].
World Clock
World Clock allows you to view the time of day in two other parts of the
world and graphically depicts the position of these time zones relative to
the one you are in. Your current time zone is shown on the map by a red
and white vertical line (see “Set Time & Date” on page 131 for information
on setting your time zone).
To use World Time:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
World Clock.
] and select Media
→ Tools →
2. Use the Left and Right navigation keys to scroll to a time zone. The
selection box lists one or more well-known cities within the zone and
the current time within that zone. The location of the zone is indicated
on the map by a blue and white vertical line.
To toggle the application of Daylight Savings Time to the selected time
zone, press <Set DST> or [ ]. DST On is indicated by an icon at the right
side of the scrolling date and time bar.
Stopwatch
The Stopwatch allows you to time an event and measure up to 50 separate
sub-intervals, such as lap times. To use the stopwatch:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Stopwatch.
] and select Media → Tools →
2. Press [ ] to start the stopwatch. You can measure sub-intervals (e.g.,
lap times) by pressing [ ].
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3. Press <Stop> to stop the count.
Press <Reset> to erase the recorded times.
Tasks
The Task function lets you create a list of tasks to be completed or “to-do
list”. When a task has been completed, you can check it off as done.
Entering New Tasks
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Tasks.
] and select Media → Tools →
2. Press <Options> and select Create.
3. In the Title text box, give the task a name.
4. In the Details text box, describe the task. The entry can be up to 100
characters long.
5. Highlight Start Date. Using the numeric keypad, enter the start date.
6. Highlight Due Date. Using the numeric keypad, enter the due date.
7. To enable a warning alarm for a task, highlight Alarm and press [ ] to
enable the alarm. Similarly, highlight Alarm Date and use the numeric
keypad to set the date you want the alarm to occur, then highlight
Alarm Time and set the alarm time. Select Alarm Tone, press [ ] to
open the Media menu and select Ring Tunes. To play any of the
available tones, highlight the name and press [ ], then press <Back>
to return to the menu. Highlight the tone you wish to use, press
<Options> and select Select.
8. Highlight Priority and use the left and right navigation keys to set a
priority level (1, 2 or 3).
9. Press [
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] or press <Options> and select Save.
To View Tasks
1. From the Idle screen, press [ ] and select Media → Tools →
Tasks. Icons at the right side of the screen indicate the priority level
and when an alarm is set.
2. To view the details of a specific task, press [
<Options> and select View.
] key or press
To Mark a Task as Completed
1. Highlight the task in the task list.
2. Press <Options> and highlight Done. Press <Select> or [
].
A check mark is placed in the box at the left side of the task.
Task Options
From the Tasks menu, you can access the following options by pressing
<Options>:
♦View: Lets you view the details of the highlighted task.
♦Create: Lets you create new tasks.
♦Send via: Allows you to send the highlighted task as a message or to a
compatible Bluetooth device.
♦Done/Not Done: Lets you indicate if a task is done or not.
♦Sort by: Lets you sort tasks by Due date, Priority or Done status.
♦Delete: Lets you delete the Selected file, Multiple files, or Done files.
♦Save to Media: Saves the task details to the Other Files folder.
♦Print via Bluetooth: Lets you print the task details using a
Bluetooth-enabled printer.
♦Missed Alarm Event: Lists the scheduled task entries that you have
missed.
♦Memory Status: Shows the number of tasks in your phone and space
left. The maximum number of tasks is 20.
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Notes
Notes lets you create and save text files up to 100 characters that can be
viewed later. You can also send a note to someone else via Bluetooth.
To create and save a note:
1. From the Idle screen, press [ ] and select Media → Tools →
Notes. A list of existing notes is displayed.
2. Press <Options> and select Create.
3. Type your note in the message window. For further information on
entering characters, see “Entering Text” on page 36. The remaining
number of character spaces is indicated at the lower right side of the
display.
4. To save the note, press [
] or press <Options> and select Save.
From the Notes screen, you can access the following options by pressing
<Options>:
♦View: Allows you to view the contents of a note.
♦Create: Allows you to create a new note.
♦Send via: Allows you to send the note to someone else as a message or
via Bluetooth.
♦Delete: Allows you to delete the selected note or multiple notes.
♦Save to Media: Saves the note file to the Other Files folder. The note
creation date is added to the file name.
♦Print via Bluetooth: Lets you print the task details with using a
Bluetooth-enabled printer.
♦Memory Status: Shows the number of notes in your phone and space
left. The maximum number of notes is 20.
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Tip Calculator
The tip calculator helps you calculate the tip on a meal or service and split
the bill between the number of people paying. To use the calculator:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Calculator.
] and select Media → Tools → Tip
2. Using the numeric keypad and [
the total amount of the bill in Bill.
] (to enter the decimal point), enter
3. If you want a percentage other than the default 15%, choose Tip (%)
and enter the new value.
4. If more than one person is paying, choose # paying and enter the
number.
The total amount of the tip is shown in Tip ($) and the amount each person
pays in You pay.
Converter
Using the Converter, you can determine many unit conversions.
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Converter.
] and select Media → Tools →
2. Select the conversion type required (Currency, Length, Weight,
Volume, Area or Temperature) and press <Select> or [ ].
3. Use the left and right navigation keys to select the original unit type.
4. Choose the amount field and enter the amount to convert. Use [
insert a decimal.
] to
5. Use the up and down navigation keys to move to the second Unit field
and the right and left navigation keys to select the final unit type.
6. The converted value is displayed below the final unit type.
♦To reverse the direction of the conversion, press <Options> and select
Reverse.
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♦To change the amount to be converted, scroll to the amount field and
enter the new value using the numeric keypad.
♦To perform a different conversion, press <Back> to return to the
Converter menu.
To change the preset currency conversion rates, press <Options> and
select View Rate. Use the Left and Right navigation keys to select the base
rate to be used. Use the up and down navigation keys to select the value to
be changed. Press [ ], change the value as required using the keypad,
and press <Save> or [ ].
Timer
The Timer allows you to count down from a preset time to zero. A series of
tones plays when the time reaches zero.
To start the timer:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Timer.
] and select Media → Tools →
2. Press <Set>.
3. Using the numeric keys, enter the number of hours, minutes and
seconds that you wish to count down, then press <OK>.
4. Press [
] to start the timer.
To pause the countdown, press [
].
When the count reaches 0, an alarm sounds and Time Out displays on the
screen. Press <OK> to cancel the alarm and message.
Other Files
This folder provides a location where you can store other types of files on
your phone, such as spreadsheets, text files and presentations. You can
send these files to others by message or Bluetooth. You can also move or
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copy files to your memory card. For information on transferring files to and
from your phone or a memory card, see “Transferring Files” on page 40.
To open the Other Files folder:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Media → Other Files.
If there is a memory card in your phone, you can access files stored in
your phone or on the card using the Left and Right navigation keys to
switch between On Phone and On Card.
While in the Other Files folder, press <Options> to access the following
options (availability depends on the type of file currently highlighted):
♦View: Lets you view the contents of the selected file.
♦Send via Bluetooth: Lets you send the selected file to a Bluetoothenabled device.
♦Move: Lets you move one or more files to another location in the phone
or a microSD memory card if one is inserted. Highlight the location you
want to move the file(s) to and press [ ].
♦Copy: Lets you copy one or more files to another location in the phone
or a microSD memory card if one is inserted. Highlight the location you
want to copy the file(s) to and press [ ].
♦Delete: Lets you delete the selected file, multiple files or all files.
♦Rename: Lets you change the name of the selected file.
♦Create Folder: Lets you create a subfolder.
♦Sort by: Lets you arrange all your files by Date, Type, Name, or Size.
♦Bluetooth Visibility: Allows the file to be shared or released for use
with another Bluetooth device. (Note: only appears when you are
accessing files on the phone).
♦Lock/Unlock: Locking prevents the file from being accidentally deleted.
A locked file must be unlocked before it can be deleted. (Note: only
appears when you are accessing files on the phone).
♦Properties: displays all the properties of the currently selected file.
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Memory Status
The Memory Status menu allows you to view the memory usage and
available space in your phone and on an inserted microSD card. It displays
the total memory used and available as well as the memory usage for each
storage folder.
To view Memory Status:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Status.
] and select Media → Memory
2. Use the left or right navigation key to toggle between On Phone and On
Card.
Document Viewer
Your phone includes the NetFront Document Viewer from ACCESS Co.
that enables full viewing of Microsoft Office documents (Word, Excel®, and
PowerPoint®), PDF files and text files with selectable zooming and rotation
features.
To view a file, highlight it and press [
View and press <Select> or [ ].
] or press <Options>, highlight
While viewing a file, the following options are available:
♦Full Screen View: Displays the document using the full phone screen.
Shortcuts are indicated at the edges of the screen (see below).
♦Zoom: Allows you to zoom In (magnify the page) or Out (view more of
the page).
♦Fit to Screen: Allows you to fit the entire page, the full width of the page,
or the full height of the page on the phone screen.
♦Go to: Changes the displayed page to Previous Page, Next Page, First
Page, Last Page, or Page (allows entry of a page number).
♦Rotate: Rotates the document 90°.
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♦Screen Panning: Lets you move the screen view around the document
using the navigation keys.
♦Search: Allows you to locate specific text in the document.
♦Send via: Lets you send the selected file to a Bluetooth-enabled device.
♦Delete: Allows you to delete the file.
♦Bluetooth Visibility: Allows the file to be shared or released for use
with another Bluetooth device. (Available only when file is stored on the
phone).
♦Lock/Unlock: lets you lock the file to prevent accidental deletion and
unlock locked files to allow deletion (not available when viewing files
stored on a memory card).
♦Properties: Displays the properties of the selected file, including size,
format, forwarding (possible or not), creation date and time, and location.
♦FileViewer Shortcuts: Provides a list of shortcuts that allow you to
directly access viewer options.
Keypad shortcuts include.
When using the Search function, takes you to the
previous occurrence of the word or phrase
Go to first page
When using the Search function, takes you to the
next occurrence of the word or phrase
Go to previous page
Rotate
Go to next page
Go to last page
toggles between regular and full screen view
You can also use the volume keys to zoom in and out on the page.
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Games and Apps
Using the Games and Apps menu (Menu 3) you can play games already
stored on your phone, as well as download games and other applications
from your service provider.
Games
Get New Games
1. From the Idle screen, press [ ] and select Games and Apps → Get
New Games. The browser launches and opens the Games screen.
Follow the on-screen options to select and download a file.
Press <Options> to access browser options (see “Using the Internet
Browser” on page 113). Downloaded games are added to the Games and
Apps menu.
Game Options
When a game is highlighted in the Games and Apps screen, you can
access the following options by pressing <Options>:
♦Start: Starts the game.
♦Delete: Lets you delete the Selected game, Multiple games or All games
(downloaded games only).
♦Rename: Lets you rename the selected game (downloaded games
only).
♦Lock/Unlock: Allows you to lock the file so it can not be deleted
(downloaded games only). Files must be unlocked before they can be
deleted.
♦Connections: Press <Options> and select Edit to view and change
network settings (Set Name, Access Name, Auth Type, User ID,
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Password, Protocol, Home URL, Proxy address, Port, Linger Time,
Advanced Settings).
♦Properties: displays the properties of the selected game, including Size,
Version, Supplier, Creation Date and Time, Description and Location.
Play a Game
To play a game:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Games and Apps.
2. Scroll to the game you want to play and press [
and select <Start>.
] or press <Options>
3. The game’s welcome screen displays information about the game.
Follow the on-screen instructions to play the game.
Game Controls
While playing a game, to
adjust the sound volume
exit the game
highlight an option in a list
select an option
Press the
Volume keys
key
Navigation keys
key
Get New Applications
This selection allows you to download applications from your service
provider.
1. From the Idle screen, press [
New Applications.
] and select Games and Apps → Get
2. Follow the on-screen options to select and download a file.
Downloaded applications are added to the Games and Apps menu.
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Press <Options> to access browser options (see “Using the Internet
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Call History
In this menu (Menu 4), you can:
♦View calls you missed, received or dialed
♦Add phone numbers from your call history to Speed Dial
♦View the length of calls made and received
While in any of the call lists, press <Options> to access the following
functions:
♦Details: View call details (phone number, date and time of call).
♦Call Back: Calls the highlighted number.
♦Save to Contacts: Saves the number to Contacts, either on your SIM
card or phone.
♦Send Message: Lets you send a message to the caller.
♦Delete: Lets you delete the selected call or all calls from the list.
♦Add to Reject List: Adds the phone number the selected call was made
from to the Reject List. To view and configure your reject list, see “Enable
and Configure Auto Reject” on page 136.
♦View Contact Details: Displays the contact information of the other
person on the call (only appears when contact information is available).
All Calls
This menu (Menu 4.1) lets you view a list of calls made and received,
including missed calls. Icons at the left of each listing indicate whether the
call was made ( ), received ( ) or missed ( ).
1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Call History → All Calls.
2. Scroll through the list and press [ ] or press <Options> and select
Details to view call details, including number, time and date.
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Note: You can access the most recent numbers in All Calls by pressing [
] in Idle mode.
Missed Calls
This menu (Menu 4.2) lets you view a list of calls you received but did not
answer.
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Calls.
] and select Call History → Missed
2. Scroll through the list and press [ ] or press <Options> and select
Details to view call details. The number is displayed along with the
time and date when the call was made.
Calls Made
This menu (Menu 4.3) lets you view a list of the numbers you dialed.
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Made.
] and select Call History → Calls
2. Scroll through the list and press [ ] or press <Options> and select
Details to view call details. The number is displayed along with the
time, date and duration of the call.
Calls Received
This menu (Menu 4.4) lets you view a list of calls you answered.
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Received.
] and select Call History → Calls
2. Scroll through the list and press [ ] or press <Options> and select
Details to view call details. The number is displayed along with the
time, date and duration of the call.
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Speed Dial List
Using Speed dial (Menu 4.5), you can assign up to eight phone numbers
from your Contact list that you use most frequently to the number keys 2 to
9, and then dial them whenever you want simply by pressing and holding
the associated number key.
Note: Speed dial key 1 is reserved for your Voice Mail server number.
To add a speed dial entry:
1. From the Idle screen, press [ ] and select Call History → Speed
Dial List. A virtual representation of your keypad appears onscreen
with existing speed dial entries shown within their associated key.
2. Highlight the keypad number you want to associate with a speed dial
number, press <Options> and select Add.
3. Select either Contacts or FDN Contacts to choose an entry (Fixed
Dial Number mode, if enabled, restricts outgoing calls to phone
numbers stored in the FDN List).
4. Choose an entry from the list and press [ ] or <Select>. The virtual
keypad reappears with the new speed dial entry appearing in its
associated key.
When an existing Speed Dial entry is highlighted, the following options are
available by pressing <Options>:
♦View: Allows you to view the number assigned to the key. You can dial
the number by pressing the key.
♦Change: Allows you to assign a different number to the key.
♦Call: Dials the selected speed dial number to start a call.
♦Remove: Allows you to clear the setting so that no number is assigned
to the key. Press <Yes> to confirm number removal.
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Using Speed Dial
From Idle mode, you can speed-dial the numbers assigned to numeric keys
2 to 9 by pressing and holding the key until the phone begins dialing.
Delete All
This menu (Menu 4.6) allows you to delete all records in one or more call
record types.
1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Call History → Delete All.
2. Highlight the type(s) of records you want to delete and press[
enter a check mark in the selection box at the left side.
] to
3. Press <Delete> and when a message displays asking you to confirm
the deletion, press <Yes> to confirm.
Call Time
This menu (Menu 4.7) lets you view the timers for voice calls you made and
received.
Note: The actual time invoiced for calls by your service provider may vary, depending on
network features, rounding-off for billing purposes, etc.
The following timers are available:
♦Last Call Time: Length of the last voice call.
♦Total Sent: Total length of all calls made from this phone.
♦Total Received: Total length of all calls received on this phone.
♦Total Time: Total length of time on all calls sent and received.
To reset Last Voice Call Time, press <Reset>. Enter the phone password
and press <Confirm> or [ ].
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Vision
The Vision menu (Menu 5) allows you to access numerous online services,
including Video/Radio, Mobile TV, Rogers Music Player, Friends,
MobileMail, Internet and More Services.
Note: These services are provided and maintained by Rogers and some of them require paid
subscription. They are not specific to your phone. Contact your service provider on consult the
insert provided with your phone for additional information.
Video/Radio
This selection (Menu 5.1) accesses a page of links to numerous online
video and radio services.
1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Vision → Video/Radio.
2. Follow the online instructions shown on your display.
Mobile TV
This selection (Menu 5.2) accesses Rogers Mobile TV.
1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Vision → Mobile TV.
2. Follow the online instructions shown on your display.
Rogers Music Player
This menu (Menu 5.3) accesses the Java-powered Rogers Music Player,
which lets you play music you have downloaded from your service provider
or loaded from your PC to your phone or Micro SD memory card.
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Player.
] and select Vision → Rogers Music
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2. Use the navigation keys corresponding to the screen icons to access
the Search, Download, Library and Settings menus. Press [ ] to play.
Search
Download
Settings
Library
Play
Press <Options> to access additional music player functions, including
online Help.
Friends
Friends (Menu 5.4) opens the Rogers Friends page.
1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Vision → Friends.
Follow the online instructions shown on your display.
MobileMail
MobileMail (Menu 5.5) lets you send email to any email address.
Recipients can access your emails from email-equipped phones or from
their computers. The messages you create can contain text only.
Your phone allows selection of three online email services: Rogers Yahoo!
Mail, Yahoo! Mail or Windows Live Hotmail. Follow the online instructions
shown on your display after you launch this service.
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Internet
Internet (Menu 5.6) opens the Web browser and accesses the Rogers
Zone home page.
1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Vision → Internet.
2. Follow the online instructions shown on your display.
For more information on using the Web browser, see “Using the Internet
Browser” on page 113.
More Services
More Services (Menu 5.7) opens opens the Web browser and accesses
the More Services page.
1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Vision → More Services.
2. Follow the online instructions shown on your display.
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Messages
From the Messages menu (Menu 6), you can send and receive a range of
different message types from your mobile phone, including:
♦Instant Message: Rogers IM (Instant Messenger) lets you send and
receive instant messages using Windows Live and Yahoo! communities.
♦Text Message: Short Message Service (SMS) allows you to send text
messages to another text messaging-capable phone.
♦Picture Message: Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) allows you to
send messages containing text and graphics, video and audio
attachments to another MMS capable phone or an email address.
♦MobileMail: Lets you send and receive email messages.
♦Broadcast Messages: messages received from your service provider
containing information related to a specific area (cell).
You can also use your phone to access Voice Mail (recorded voice)
messages.
Rogers IM
Instant Messaging or IM (Menu 6.1) is a way of sending short, simple
messages that are delivered immediately to other users. To use this
feature, you must be subscribed to a message service. For further details,
contact your service provider.
Sign In
You phone must be signed in to an IM service in order to send and receive
instant messages.To sign in to your instant messaging account:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Messages → Rogers IM.
2. Choose the IM service you want to access (Windows Live or Yahoo!)
and press [ ] or <Save>.
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3. Choose Sign In and enter or change the required information (varies
depending on the IM community you are accessing). If you want to
save your password in the phone and enable Automatic Sign-In when
the phone is switched on, highlight each item and press [ ] to place a
check mark in the associated selection box.
Note: Saving your password can pose a security risk if your phone is lost or stollen.
4. Press <Options> and select Sign In.
Send an Instant Message
After you sign in, follow the on-screen instructions to read, reply to,
compose, and send messages, and to manage your IM account. Use the
Options menu to perform tasks such as adding and blocking contacts or
configuring your display name.
Sign Out
To sign out of your instant messaging account, highlight Sign Out on the
Rogers IM screen and press <Select> or [ ].
Saved Conversations
This menu lists all saved IM conversations.
Settings
The following IM settings are available:
♦Choose Your Community: Select Windows Live or Yahoo!
♦Community Settings: Allows you to set Favorite IDs, Automatic Sign-in,
Power On Sign In and Sound Settings (Receive Message, Contact Alert,
System Message, Repetition, Message Tone).
♦Profile Settings: The GoRogers network profile is selected. Press
<Options> and select Edit to make any required changes to the settings.
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Help
See the help screens for more information on using instant messaging.
MobileMail
MobileMail (Menu 6.2) lets you check your email and send email to any
email address. Recipients can access your emails from email-equipped
phones or from their computers. The messages you create can contain
text, photos, videos and voice attachments.
Your phone allows selection of three online email services: Rogers Yahoo!
Mail, Yahoo! Mail or Windows Live Hotmail.
Follow the online instructions shown on your display screen after you
launch this service.
Note: This online service is provided and maintained by Rogers and requires paid subscription. It
is not specific to your phone. Contact your service provider or consult the insert provided with
your phone for additional information.
Create New Message
Use the Create new message menu (Menu 6.3) to compose new text
(SMS) and picture (MMS) messages and send them to other messagingcapable phones.
Create and Send a Text Message
Note: When creating a text (SMS) message, adding elements such as a subject line or image,
sound or video files automatically changes the message type to Picture (MMS). The icon in the
top-left corner of the message creation screen indicates message type. Some cell phones do not
accept picture messages.
To create and send a text message:
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1. From the Idle screen, press [
New Message.
] and select Messages → Create
2. Enter the recipient’s mobile phone number in the address box.
♦You can enter additional recipients by pressing the right navigation
key to move the cursor to the right of the semicolon (;).
♦You can also press <Options> and select Add Recipient to add
recipients from your Recent Log, Contacts or Group lists.
• Recent Log: allows you to choose from a list of recent calls.
Highlight a required entry and press [ ] to place a check mark
next to the entry. Use the same procedure to select any additional
recipients, then press <Add> to add the recipients to the address
box.
• Contacts: allows you to insert recipients from your Contacts list.
To find a specific name, begin entering the letters of the name. As
you type, the first Contacts entry matching your input is highlighted.
To select a different entry, press the up or down navigation key
until the entry you want is highlighted. Press [ ] to place a check
mark next to the entry. Use the same procedure to select any
additional recipients, then press <Done> to add the recipients to
the address box.
• Groups: allows you to insert Group members from your Contacts
list. Highlight a Group and press [ ] or <Select> to open the
Group. Use the up and down Navigation keys to highlight a name
and press [ ] to place a check mark next to the entry. Use the
same procedure to select any additional recipients, then press
<Done> to add the recipients to the address box.
3. Type your message in the message window. The number in the bottom
right corner of the screen displays the number of characters still
available. For further information on entering characters, see “Entering
Text” on page 36.
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While you are composing your text message, press <Options> to
select any of the following:
♦Send: Sends the message.
♦Text: Lets you turn text selection on. When Text selection is on, you
can use the navigation keys to highlight text, then press [ ] and
select Text again to access Cut, Copy and Remove functions. After
text is cut or copied, press [ ] to access Paste function.
♦Add Item: Lets you add an image, sound, or video file to the
message (Note: this changes the message to a picture message).
♦Create Item: Lets you take a picture or record a sound or video file
to be sent in the message (Note: this changes the message to a
picture message). For information on the camera, audio recorder or
camcorder, see “Tools” on page 61.
♦Insert: Allows you to insert text from a Text Template, a Text
Emoticon, contact information from the Contacts, or a bookmarked
URL from Bookmarks.
♦Add Recipient: Lets you add recipients from your Contacts or
Group lists, or from you Recent Log.
♦View Recipient List: Provides a list of all recipients of the message.
♦Change to Picture Message: Converts the current message to a
picture message.
Note: Send picture messages only to those recipients whose phones you know support the
receipt and display of this message type.
♦Add/Delete Page: Adds or deletes a page to/from the message.
Pages are delineated by a dotted line in the message text box. The
current page is indicated in the bottom-left corner of the screen.
♦Input Language: Allows you to temporarily change the input
language used to create your message between English and
Français (French).
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♦Input Method: Allows you to change the input method for adding
text, numbers and symbols to your message. For more information,
see “Changing the Text Input Mode” on page 36.
♦Add Subject: Takes you to the Subject text box where you can add
a subject to the message (Note: this changes the message to a
picture message).
♦Add Attachment: Lets you attach various kinds of information,
including a file; a business card; and appointment, anniversary,
private, holiday, important, tasks, notes and bookmarks from your
calendar (Note: this changes the message to a picture message).
♦Sending Options: Lets you configure default message settings. For
information, see “Messages Settings” on page 147.
♦Save to Drafts: Saves the message to the Drafts folder.
♦Save as Template: Saves the message to the Template folder to be
used in the future when creating similar messages.
4. When you finish entering your message, press <Options> or [ ]
select Send. Your phone sends the text message to all numbers listed.
Create and Send a Picture Message
Use the following procedures to compose and send new messages with
graphics, video or audio attachments.
1. From the Idle screen, press [
New Message.
] and select Messages → Create
2. Enter the recipient’s mobile phone number in the address box.
♦You can enter additional recipients by pressing the right navigation
key to move the cursor to the right of the semicolon (;).
♦You can also press <Options> and select Add Recipient to add
recipients from your Recent log or your Contacts or Group lists.
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• Recent Log: allows you to choose from a list of recent calls. Highlight
a required entry and press [ ] to place a check mark next to the
entry. Use the same procedure to select any additional recipients,
then press <Add> to add the recipients to the address box.
• Contacts: Allows you to insert recipients from your Contacts list.
To find a specific name, begin entering the letters of the name. As
you type, the first Contacts entry matching your input is highlighted.
To select a different entry, press the up or down navigation key
until the entry you want is highlighted. Press [ ] to place a check
mark next to the entry. Use the same procedure to select any
additional recipients, then press <Done> to add the recipients to
the address box.
• Groups: Allows you to insert Group members from your Contacts
list. Highlight a Group and press [ ] or <Select> to open the
Group. Use the up and down navigation keys to highlight a name
and press [ ] to place a check mark next to the entry. Use the
same procedure to select any additional recipients, then press
<Done> to add the recipients to the address box.
3. Highlight the message window, press <Options>, select Change to
Picture Message and press <Yes> to confirm the change.
4. To add a subject to the message, press <Options> and select Add
Subject. Enter the required text then press the down navigation key to
return to the message screen.
5. Type your message. The number in the bottom-right corner of the
screen displays the number of characters still available. For further
information on entering characters, see “Entering Text” on page 36.
While you are composing your message, press <Options> to select
any of the following:
♦Send: Sends the message.
♦Preview: Allows you to preview the message before sending.
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♦Text: Lets you turn text selection on and off. When Text selection is
on, you can use the navigation keys to highlight text then press [
to access Cut, Copy and Remove functions. After text is cut or
copied, press[ ] to access Send and Paste functions.
]
♦Add Item: Opens the Media menu to allow the addition of image,
sound, or video files to the message. For information on using the
Media menu, see “Media” on page 49.
♦Create Item: Lets you take a picture or record a sound or video file
to be sent in the message. For information on the camera, audio
recorder or camcorder, see “Tools” on page 61.
♦Insert: Allows you to insert text from a Text Template, a Text
Emoticon, contact information from Contacts, or a bookmarked URL
from Bookmarks.
♦Add Recipient: Lets you add recipients from your Contacts or
Group lists, or from you Recent Log.
♦View Recipient List: Displays a list of all recipients of this message.
♦Change to Text Message: Converts the current message to a text
message.
♦Add/Delete Page: Adds or Deletes a page to/from the message.
Pages are delineated by a dotted line in the message text box. The
current page is indicated in the bottom-left corner of the screen.
♦Input Language: Allows you to temporarily change the input
language used to create your message between English and
Français (French).
♦Input Method: Allows you to change the input method for adding
text, numbers and symbols to your message. For more information,
see “Changing the Text Input Mode” on page 36
♦Edit Style: Allows you to change text and page styles, including
page duration, background color, font color and font style.
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♦Add Subject: Takes you to the Subject text box where you can add
a subject to the message.
♦Add Attachment: Lets you attach a File or Business Card to your
message, as well as Appointment, Anniversary, Private, Holiday,
Important, Tasks, Notes, or Bookmarks information from your
calendar.
♦View Attachment: Lets you view attachments added to the
message.
♦Sending Options: Lets you configure default message settings. For
information, see “Messages Settings” on page 147.
♦Save to Drafts: Saves the message to the Drafts folder.
♦Save as Template: Saves the message to the Template folder to
allow use in the future when creating similar messages.
6. When you finish entering your message, press <Options> or [ ] and
select Send. Your phone sends the picture message to all numbers
listed.
Message Folders
All incoming and outgoing text and picture messages are saved in a series
of folders on your phone.
♦Inbox (Menu 6.4): Stores received text and picture messages.
♦Sent (Menu 6.5): Stores messages you have sent successfully.
♦Outbox (Menu 6.6): Temporarily stores messages and emails your
phone is attempting to send. It also stores messages that you have
created and configured to be sent in the future. Outbox messages are
moved to the Sent folder after they are successfully sent.
♦Drafts (Menu 6.7): Stores unsent messages and emails you have
manually saved as drafts. You can access these drafts and send them at
a later time.
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♦My Folder (Menu 6.8): Provides a customizable storage area for
messages. You can create subfolders here and manually move
messages into them from other folders. This is useful, for example, if you
want to store personal messages and business messages separately.
♦Templates: Accesses message files saved as templates. For
information, see “Templates” on page 108.
Note: If the phone’s memory is full, an error message displays and you cannot receive any new
messages. Use the Delete option to delete obsolete messages in each message box.
View Messages
To view a message stored in one of the message folders:
1. From the Idle screen, press [ ] and select Messages → message
folder (Inbox, Sent, Outbox, or Drafts). The corresponding message
list opens.
2. To open a message in the list, scroll to the message and press [
press <Options> and select View.
] or
Message Folder Options
While viewing a message list or a message, you can press <Options> to
access a series of options (not all options are available in each menu):
♦View: Allows you to view the selected message.
♦Play: Plays a sound or video file received with a message.
♦Edit: Lets you edit a message (Drafts or Outbox folders only).
♦Reply: Allows you to reply to the selected message.
♦Send: Allows you to send an unsent message.
♦Send Again: Resends the selected message.
♦Reply to All: Allows you to reply to the sender and other recipients of a
message.
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♦Forward: Allows you to forward the message to someone.
♦Call Back: Makes a voice call to the originating message number.
♦Preview: Previews multimedia files attached to the message.
♦Delete: Allows you to delete the Selected message, Multiple messages
or All messages.
♦Move to Phone/Move to SIM: If a message is stored in the SIM card,
this option transfers it to the phone’s memory. If a message is stored in
the phone’s memory, it is transferred to the SIM card.
♦Move to My Folder: Lets you move messages to the My Folder storage
area.
♦Sort by: Allows you to sort messages by Sender, Read/Unread, Type,
Subject, or Size or Lock/Unlock.
♦Save to Contacts: Lets you add the sender of the selected message to
your phone or SIM card contact list.
♦Save as Template: Saves the message to the Template folder for use
when creating similar messages.
♦Print via Bluetooth: Allows you to print received messages to a
Bluetooth-enabled printer.
♦Mark as Read: Lets you mark unread files in the Inbox as read.
Templates
Templates let you save and reuse commonly used content for text and
picture messages.
Create a Template
To create a template:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Templates.
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] and select Messages →
2. Highlight Text Templates or Picture Message Templates and press
<Select> or [ ].
3. Press <Options> and select Add New to open a blank template (if the
folder is empty, press <Add New>). Enter the text you want to save as
a template.
While the template screen is open, you can also press <Options> to
access the following options:
♦Save as Template: Saves the template file and adds it to the list of
templates.
♦Preview: Allows you to preview the message before sending.
♦Text: Lets you turn text selection on and off. When Text selection is
on, you can use the navigation keys to highlight text then press [
to access Cut, Copy and Remove functions. After text is cut or
copied, press [ ] to access Send and Paste functions.
]
♦Add Item: Opens the Media menu to allow the addition of image,
sound, or video files to the message. For information on using the
Media menu, see “Media” on page 49.
♦Create Item: Lets you take a picture or record a sound or video file
to be sent in the message (Note: this changes a text message to a
picture message). For information on the camera, audio recorder or
camcorder, see “Tools” on page 61.
♦Insert: Allows you to insert text from a Text Template, a Text
Emoticon, contact information from Contacts, or a bookmarked URL
from Bookmarks.
♦Add/Delete Page: Adds or Deletes a page to/from the message.
Pages are delineated by a dotted line in the message text box. The
current page is indicated in the bottom-left corner of the screen.
♦Input Language: Allows you to temporarily change the input
language used to create your message between English and
Français (French).
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♦Input Method: Allows you to change the input method for adding
text, numbers and symbols to your message. For more information,
see “Changing the Text Input Mode” on page 36.
♦Edit Style: Allows you to change text and page styles, including
page duration, background color, font color and font style.
♦Add Attachment: Lets you attach various kinds of information,
including a File; a Business Card; Appointment, Anniversary, Private,
Holiday, Important, Tasks, and Notes information from your
calendar; or Bookmarks.
♦View Attachment: Lets you view attachments added to the
message.
4. To save the template, press <Options> and select Save as Template.
Use a Template
To access templates:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Templates.
] and select Messages →
2. Highlight Text Templates or Picture Message Templates and press
<Select> or [ ].
3. Scroll to a template and press [ ] to enter the text directly into a new
text message or <Options> to access the following options:
♦View: Lets you preview the content of the template (picture message
only).
♦Send: Allows you to compose a message with the template content
inserted into the body of the message. For further details on sending
messages, see “Messages” on page 98.
♦Add New: Lets you create a new template.
♦Edit: Allows you to edit the template text.
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♦Delete: Allows you to delete the selected template or all templates.
Press <Yes> to confirm the deletion.
Voice Mail
These menus allows you to access your voice mailbox, if your account
supports this service.
Note: Voice mail is a network feature. Please contact your service provider for further details.
Configure Voice Mail
In order to use your phone’s Voice Mail feature, you must have a valid
voice server number configured in your SIM card by your service provider.
To check your voice mail number:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
→ Voice Mail Number.
] and select Messages → Voice Mail
2. Press <Back> to return to the Voice Mail screen.
Listen to Voice Mail
To listen to your voice mail messages:
1. From the Idle screen, press [ ] and select Messages → Voice Mail
→ Connect to Voice Mail. Your phone connects to the mail server.
2. Follow the recorded instructions to listen to your messages.
Note: You can also automatically dial voice mail directly from the Idle screen by pressing and
holding [
]
Delete All
Use this menu to delete groups of messages:
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1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Messages → Delete All.
2. Use the navigation keys to move through the list of folders and press
[ ] to check/uncheck categories of messages.
3. Press <Delete> to delete messages in all checked categories. Press
[ ] to check or uncheck the Delete Locked Messages selection box, if
required, then press <Yes> to confirm the deletion.
Messages Settings
This menu lets you configure various options for using text and picture
messaging services. To access the Messages Settings menu:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Settings.
] and select Messages → Messages
For details on the various messages settings, see “Messages Settings” on
page 147
Memory Status
The Memory Status menu allows you to view the usage and available
memory in your phone. It displays the total memory used and available as
well as the memory usage for each storage folder.
To access the Memory Status menu:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
Status.
] and select Messages → Memory
2. Use the left or right navigation key to toggle between Picture Message,
Text Message, Push Message, Broadcast Message, and Configuration
Message.
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Internet
This menu selection (Menu 7) opens the Internet Browser and
automatically accesses the Rogers home page. You can also view other
Internet sites, view sites saved as Bookmarks, create Bookmarks, clear
your cache or manage cookies.
Accessing an Internet Site
There are three ways to access an Internet site:
♦Select a link on the screen
♦Enter the Web address directly on the phone screen (see “Go to URL” in
“Browser Options” on page 114).
♦Select a bookmark in the Bookmarks list (see “Bookmarks” on
page 115).
Using the Internet Browser
While using the Internet Browser, the following navigational controls are
available:,
To
Press
scroll through and select
browser items
up or down navigation keys until the item is
highlighted, then press[ ] to confirm
select a numbered item
corresponding numeric key
return to the previous page
<Back> or [
return to the startup
homepage
<Options> and select Go to Homepage
exit the browser
[
]
]
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Entering Text in the Internet Browser
When you are prompted to enter text, the current text input mode is
indicated at the upper right side of the screen. See “Entering Text” on
page 36 for more information.
Browser Options
While using the Browser, press <Options> to access the following
functions:
♦Go to URL: Opens Web page where you can enter a site URL and
access the site (contact your service provider for details).
♦Go: Lets you navigate through pages in your browsing history, either
Forward (next sequenced web page) or Backward (previously visited
web page).
♦Reload: Reloads the current page.
♦Desktop/Smart-Fit View: Changes the display mode of the browser.
♦Page Size: Lets change the size of the displayed web page by zooming
using the left and right navigation keys.
♦Go to Homepage: Opens the Rogers homepage.
♦Add to Bookmarks: Adds the current page to your Bookmarks list.
♦View Bookmarks: shows your Bookmarks list (see “Bookmarks” on
page 115 for more information on using Bookmarks).
♦Send URL via: Sends the URL of the current page via either a message
or to another party via a Bluetooth device.
♦Copy URL to Message: Sends the URL of the current page to another
party as a message.
♦History: Displays a list of web pages you have recently accessed.
♦Show URL: Displays the details of the Web page currently appearing in
the browser, including Title, Address, Size, MIME Type, and Last
Updated.
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♦Advanced: Allows you to change the following settings for the browser.
• Clear Caches: Deletes the information stored in the phone’s
memory caches (temporary memory where recently accessed web
pages are stored).
• Empty Cookies: Delete cookies. Cookies are pieces of personal
information sent to a web server while navigating the web.
• Cookie Options: Sets whether or not cookies are stored on your
phone. You can Accept All, Reject All, or choose to be prompted to
accept or reject each cookie received.
• Preferences: Preferences let you configure how your browser
handles multimedia content and web scripts. You can choose
whether or not to Run JavaScript, Display Images and Play Sound.
• Certificates: Accesses certificate information from your phone.
• Browser Settings: Selects a connection profile to be used when
connecting to the Internet.
• About Browser: Displays the version and copyright information for
the browser.
♦Exit: Exits from the browser.
Bookmarks
Bookmarks let you directly access your favorite Internet sites.
Go to Bookmarks
1. With the browser open, press <Options> and select View
Bookmarks.
2. Scroll to the bookmark you want to access and press [
<Options> and select Go to.
] or press
While in the View Bookmarks menu, press <Options> for the following
choices:
♦Go to: Accesses the bookmarked page.
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♦Edit Bookmarks: Lets you edit the title and/or URL of the selected
bookmark.
♦Add Bookmarks: Lets you directly enter a title and URL for a
bookmark and save the bookmark.
♦Send URL via: Send the URL of the current page via a message or
Bluetooth.
♦Copy URL to Message: Copies the URL into the body of a
message.
♦Save to Media: Saves the URL to the Other Files folder in the Media
menu.
♦Delete: Removes the selected bookmark or all bookmarks.
Store a Bookmark
Use the following procedure to store the URL of a page you have accessed
in you Bookmarks list.
1. With the Browser open and displaying the page, press <Options> and
select Add to Bookmarks. The message “Bookmark Saved” displays
to confirm that the bookmark was successfully stored.
Edit a Bookmark
Use the following procedure to edit the name or URL of a Bookmark stored
in your Bookmarks list:
1. With the browser open, press <Options> and select View
Bookmarks.
2. Choose the Bookmark you want to change, press <Options> and
select Edit Bookmarks.
3. Change the Title and URL as required.
4. Press <Save> or [
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] to save the changes.
Deleting Bookmarks
Use the following procedure to delete a Bookmark from your list:
1. With the browser open, press <Options> and select View
Bookmarks.
2. Choose the Bookmark you want to delete.
3. Press <Options> and select Delete → Selected.
4. Press <Yes> or [
] to confirm the deletion.
To delete all favorites:
1. With the browser open, press <Options> and select View
Bookmarks.
2. Press <Options> and select Delete → All.
3. Press <Yes> or [
] to confirm the deletion.
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Contacts
The Contacts menu (Menu 8) is used to manage your contact list. You can
store names and phone numbers in both your SIM card and your phone’s
memory, which are physically separate but both used to create the contact
list. You can also create contact groups and assign speed dial numbers to
your numeric keypad.
Note: When you change phones, numbers stored in your SIM card memory are automatically
available with the new phone, whereas numbers stored in the phone’s memory must be reentered or transferred using a data kit accessory. However, contacts stored on the phone may
include additional details that can not be stored on the SIM card.
Find Contact Information
To view the stored information for a contact:
1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Contacts.
2. Begin entering the letters of the name. As you type, the first entry
matching your input is highlighted. To select a different entry, scroll
through the list until the entry you want is highlighted.
3. Press
to dial the number or [
] to view the contact information.
Contact List Options
While accessing the Contacts list, press <Options> to use any of the
following options:
♦View: Lets you view the information for the highlighted contact.
♦Add New Contact: Allows you to create a new contact. See “Add New
Contact” on page 120 for more information.
♦Call: Allows you to place a call to the highlighted contact.
♦Send Message: Allows you to send a text message or picture message
to this contact.
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♦Edit: Allows you to edit the content of this contact entry. Press [ ] to
save changes.
♦Duplicate: Allows you to duplicate a selected entry. This can save time
when creating a new contact with similar information to an existing entry.
Use the Edit option (see above) to alter the information as required.
♦Delete: Allows you to delete the selected Contacts entry or multiple
entries.
♦Save to Media: Saves a copy of the contact as a .vcf file in your Other
Files folder in the Media menu.
♦Send Business Card via: Allows you to send your Business Card to the
selected entry either in a message or via Bluetooth.
♦My Business Card: Opens the My Business Card screen (see “My
Business Card” on page 124).
♦Assign Speed Dial: Allows you to set a speed dial key for this entry.
♦Copy to Phone/SIM: Allows you to copy either the selected contact or
multiple contacts from the phone to the SIM card or from the SIM card to
the phone.
♦Move to Phone/SIM: Allows you to move either the selected contact or
multiple contacts from the phone to the SIM card or from the SIM card to
the phone.
♦Service Number: Opens the Service Number menu.
♦FDN Contacts: Allows you to search through the list of your FDN
contacts.
♦Copy to FDN Contacts: Allows you to copy the entry to the FDN section
of the SIM card.
♦Print via Bluetooth: Allows you send the selected contact entry
information to a Bluetooth-enabled printer.
♦Contacts Settings: Accesses the settings menu. For more information,
see “Contact Settings” on page 152.
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♦Memory Status: Allows you to view the amount of memory allocated
and available for the Phone, SIM Card and FDN list.
Add New Contact
Use the following procedures to store a new contact to your phone or SIM
card.
Note: The default mode for saving contacts saves to Phone Memory. To set it to SIM Memory or
Always Ask, see “Contact Settings” on page 152.
Storing a Number in the Phone’s Memory
1. Enter the phone number you want to store directly on the Idle screen.
2. Press <Options> and select Save to Contacts.
3. If the saving mode is set to Always Ask, the Save to screen appears.
Choose Phone and press <Select> or [ ].
4. Select New if this is a new contact or Update if you want to change an
existing contact, then press <Select> or [ ].
5. Highlight the type of contact you want to save (Mobile Private, Mobile
Business, Landline Private, Landline Business, Fax or Etc.) and press
<Select> or [ ]. The Add New Contact screen opens.
Note: You can also access the Add New Contact screen from the Contacts menu. Press
<Options> and select Add New Contact.
6. In the Add New Contact screen, enter the information you want to save
for this contact. The following fields are available for input:
♦First Name: For recording the contact’s first name.
♦Last Name: For recording the contact’s last name.
♦Display Name: The name that appears when you receive a call from
this contact.
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♦Mobile - Private: Allows entry of a mobile phone number or, if you
already entered a number, it appears here. To change the number
type (Mobile - Business, Landline - Private, Landline - Business, Fax
or Etc.) press <Options> and select Change Type. Use the left and
right navigation keys to select the type and corresponding icon, then
press <Select> or [ ].
♦Landline - Private: Allows you to enter a landline number for this
contact. To change the number type (Mobile - Provate, Mobile Business, Landline - Business, Fax, Etc.) press <Options> and
select Change Type. Use the left and right navigation keys to select
the type and corresponding icon, then press <Select> or [ ].
♦E-Mail: For recording an e-mail address.
♦Group: Lets you assign this contact to group. Press [ ] to open the
Groups screen. Highlight a group and press <Select> or [
].
♦Caller ID: Lets you choose a graphic Caller ID for this contact.
Highlight the Graphic ID icon and press [ ] to open the Media
menu and select a graphic. For information on using the Media
menu, see “Media” on page 49.
♦Ring Tune: Allows you to choose a ring tune that plays when this
contact calls. Highlight the Ring Tune icon and press [ ] to open
the Media menu. Highlight Ring Tunes and press <Select> or [ ].
For information on selecting a ring tune, see “Ring Tunes” on
page 51.
♦Instant Messaging: Allows you to assign an Instant Message profile
to this entry.
♦Notes: Lets you add any other information you wish to record with
this contact.
Note: You can change any number type designation (Mobile, Landline, Fax, Etc.). Press
<Options> and select Change Type. Highlight the required type and press <Select> or [
].
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For information on text and numeric entry, see “Entering Text” on
page 36.
7. To save the information, press [
Save.
] or press <Options> and select
Storing a Number in the SIM Card
1. Enter the phone number you want to store directly on the Idle screen.
2. Press <Options> and select Save to Contacts.
3. If the saving mode is set to Ask on Saving, the Save to screen appears.
Highlight SIM Card and press <Select> or [ ].
4. Select New if this is a new contact, Update if you want to change an
existing contact, then press <Select> or [ ]. The Add New Contact
screen opens.
Note: You can also access the Add New Contact screen from the Contacts menu. Press
<Options> and select Add New Contact.
5. Enter the information you want to save for this contact. The following
fields are available for input:
♦Name: For recording the contact’s name.
♦Phone Number: Allows entry of a phone number or, if you already
entered a number, it appears here.
♦Group: Lets you assign this contact to group. Press [ ] to open the
Groups screen. Highlight a group and press <Select> or [
].
♦Location: Allows you to assign a location on your SIM for the
contact being entered. The default is the next available SIM location.
6. To save the information, press [
Save.
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] or press <Options> and select
Groups
Using Groups you can organize your contacts into groups such as
Business, Family and Friends. You can also assign a unique Caller ID or
ring tune to members of a group.
Adding Contacts to a Group
1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Contacts.
2. Press the left or right navigation key to select the Groups tab.
3. Using the Up and Down navigation keys, scroll to the group that you
wish to add the contact(s) to and press [ ].
4. Press <Options> and select Add Member. The Contacts list opens.
5. Using the Up and Down navigation keys, scroll to each name to be
added to the Group and press [ ] to place a check mark in the
selection box beside the name.
To find a specific name, begin entering the letters of the name. As you
type, the first Contacts entry matching your input is highlighted. To
select a different entry, press the up or down navigation key until the
entry you want is highlighted.
6. When you are finished selecting names, press <Add>. The selected
contacts are added to the group.
Group Options
From the Group screen, you can access the following options for each
group by highlighting the group name and pressing <Options>:
♦View: Opens the group list.
♦Create Group: allows you to create a new group and save it to your
phone or, if your SIM card allows Group storage, to your card.
♦Send Message: Allows you to send a message to group members.
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♦Delete: Allows you to delete the selected group.
Note: Deleting a group does not delete individual Contact entries.
♦Rename: Lets you change the name of the selected group.
♦Group Settings: Allows you to change the Picture and the Ring Tune
associated with the group.
Creating a New Group
1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Contacts.
2. Press the left or right navigation key to select the Groups tab.
3. Press the Options soft key and select Create Group.
4. Enter the name of the new group and press <Save>.
My Business Card
This menu option lets you create a Business Card file containing your
contact information that can be sent to others for addition to their contact
list.
1. From the Idle screen, press [
] and select Contacts.
2. Press <Options> and select My Business Card.
3. Enter the information you want to save for your Business Card. The
following fields are available for input:
♦First Name: For recording your first name
♦Last Name: For recording your last name
♦Display Name: For recording your display name
♦Mobile - Private: For recording a mobile phone number
♦Landline - Private: For recording a fixed phone number
♦Email: For recording an e-mail address
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♦Caller ID: For recording your Caller ID information
♦Notes: For adding any other information
For information on text and numeric entry, see “Entering Text” on
page 36.
To add more phone number fields, press <Options> and select Add
More Fields.
4. When you are finished entering information, press <Options> and
select Save.
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Settings
This menu (Menu 9) lets you customize numerous phone settings to suit
your preferences.
Set Sound Profile
Profiles (Menu 9.1) are groups of customized sound settings that make
your phone behave differently in various situations. For example, you may
want your incoming call ring tune to play loudly when you are outdoors.
Your phone includes the following profiles:
♦Normal: For use in situations that do not require special sound settings.
♦Silent: For situations where you do not want your phone to use audible
sounds.
♦Driving: For use while driving.
♦Outdoor: For use outdoors or in loud environments where it may be
difficult to hear alert tones.
Selecting a Profile
Select the profile that best suits your surroundings or situation.
To select a profile:
1. In Idle mode, press [
] and select Settings → Set Sound Profile.
2. Choose a profile and press <Save>. A message appears notifying you
that the profile has been changed.
Note: You can turn the Silent profile on at any time by pressing and holding [
]. The phone
displays the message “Silent Profile on”. Press and hold this key again to enable Normal mode.
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Viewing and Changing Profile Settings
To view the settings for a profile, open the Set Sound Profile screen (see
above), choose the profile you want to change and press [ ].
Each profile is divided into three setting categories you can scroll to using
the left and right navigation keys:
♦Call: Lets you specify the way the phone alerts you to incoming voice
calls. For example, you can choose to be alerted by a melody, or by a
melody and vibration. You can also specify ring tunes and set audio
volume.
♦Message: Lets you specify the way the phone alerts you to incoming
messages, the message alert tone and the frequency of alert reminders.
♦Phone: Lets you specify the sounds made by the phone when you press
a key or turn the phone on or off.
Use the up and down navigation keys to view the current settings in a
category.
To see all options for a specific setting, select it and press [
].
To change the setting, use the navigation keys to select another setting
and press <OK> or [ ].
To save changes made to the profile settings, press <Options> and select
Save.
Call Settings
♦Call Alert Type: Lets you specify how you want to be alerted to
incoming calls (various combinations of melody and vibration).
♦Voice Call Ring Tune: Lets you select a ring tune for incoming voice
calls from the Ring Tunes folder, which contains default and downloaded
ring tunes.
♦Ring Tunes Volume: Lets you specify the volume for the selected ring
tunes (level 1 to 7).
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Message Settings
♦Message Alert Type: Lets you specify how you want to be alerted to
incoming messages (Melody, Vibration, Vibration & Melody, or Mute).
♦Message Alert Tone: Lets you specify an alert tone for incoming
messages. You can select Use Effect Tone, which provides a choice of
four preset tones, or Use My Alert Tone, which allows selection of a
tone from the Ring Tunes folder.
♦Message Alert Repetition: Lets you specify whether the message alert
tone is used to notify you of a new message only once or periodically
until you open the message.
♦Message Tone Volume: Lets you specify the volume for the selected
alert tone (level 1 to 7).
Phone Settings
♦Keypad Tone: Lets you specify the tone played when you press a
button on the keypad (Beep or Xylophone).
♦Power On Type: Lets you specify the phone response when you turn it
on (Melody, Vibration, Vibration & Melody, or Mute).
♦Power Off Type: Lets you specify the phone response when you turn it
off (Melody, Vibration, Vibration & Melody, or Mute).
♦Phone Sound Volume: Lets you specify the volume for the power on/off
and keypad tones (level 0 to 7). While adjusting the volume, keypad tone
sounds to demonstrate the selected level.)
Set Display
In this menu, you can change various settings for the front display, main
display and backlight.
Main Display
To change settings for the main display:
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1. In Idle mode, press [
Main Display.
] and select Settings
→ Set Display →
The following options are available.
♦Wallpaper: Allows you to choose a screen background image from the
Media folders. Choose a folder and open it by pressing <Select> or [ ].
Choose an image and press <Select> or [ ]. Press <Set> or [ ] to
confirm the selection.
♦Greeting Message: Allows you to change the text that appears on the
screen when the phone powers on. Enter the text you want to appear on
the screen then press [ ] or press <Options> and select Save.
♦Menu Style: Allows you to select whether the phone’s menus are
presented in Grid Menu style or List Menu style. Highlight a selection and
press <Save> or [ ]
♦Pop Up List Menu: Allows you to select the whether pop up menus are
On or Off. Highlight a selection and press <Save> or [
].
♦Dialing Display: Allows you to select the properties of the type font
used for the dialing display.
• Font Type: Allows you to select the font used (Normal 1, Normal 2,
Quill Pen, or Sticky Note).
• Font Size: Allows you to select the font size (Large, Medium, or
Small).
• Font Color: Allows you to select a color for the selected font
(Monochrome, Gradation, or Basic).
• Background Color: Allows you to select a color for the background
screen.
Use the right and left navigation keys to highlight a selection and press
<Save> or [ ].
Front Display
To change settings for the front display:
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1. In Idle mode, press [
Front Display.
] and select Settings
→ Set Display →
The following options are available.
♦Wallpaper: Allows you to choose a screen background image. The
choices are Clock, My Image or Screen Slogan.
• Clock: To change the clock image, press <Options> and select
Edit. Use the right and left navigation keys to choose a clock style
(Analog Clock 1, Analog Clock 2 or Digital Clock) and press <Save>
or [ ] to confirm the selection.
• My Image: Allows you to choose an image from the Media folders.
Press <Options>, select Edit, then press <Change>. Choose a
folder and open it by pressing <Select> or [ ]. Choose an image
and press <Select> or [ ]. Use the navigation keys to move the
selection box to the area of the photo you wish to use. Use <+> and
<-> to increase or decrease the image size. Press [ ] to confirm the
selection.
• Screen Slogan: Lets you enter text that appears in the center of the
screen. Press <Options> and select Edit. Enter the text you want to
appear on the screen then press <Save> or [ ].
♦Greeting Message: Allows you to change the text that appears on the
screen when the phone powers on. Enter the text you want to appear on
the screen then press [ ] or press <Options> and select Save.
Light Settings
Note: Increasing brightness and light times will reduce the length of time the phone can be
operated before battery recharging is necessary.
To change settings for the display and keypad backlighing:
1. In Idle mode, press [
Light Settings.
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] and select Settings
→ Set Display →
2. Use the navigation keys and <Select> or [ ] key to highlight and
change selections, <Save> or [ ] to confirm changes.
The following options are available.
♦Brightness: Allows you to adjust LCD display brightness for best
viewing in different lighting conditions.
♦Backlight Time: Allows you to select the length of time the backlight
remains on at full brightness and dimmed while the phone is idle. For On
choose 10 Seconds, 30 Seconds, 1 Minute, 3 Minutes, or 10 Minutes.
For Dim choose Off, 5 Seconds, 30 Seconds, 1 Minute, or 3 Minutes.
♦Keypad Light: Allows you to determine whether the keypad lights
whenever the phone is in use (Use at Any Time) or only during specific
hours (Use at Custom Time). To set the custom time, press <Options>
and select Edit.
Set Time & Date
Use this menu (Menu 9.3) to configure the settings for the time and date
display.
To modify Time & Date settings:
1. In Idle mode, press [
] and select Settings → Set Time & Date.
2. Change settings as required (see below).
3. To save changes, press <Save>.
The following settings are available:
♦Time Zone Updating: Lets you specify how the time zone information is
updated (Automatic, Prompt First or Manual Only).
If Manual Only or Prompt First is selected, the following options are
enabled:
• Home Zone: Lets you specify your location relative to Greenwich Mean
Time. Press [ ] to select then scroll left or right until your time zone is
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indicated. You can also enable or disable Daylight Saving, as
appropriate.
• Time: Lets you change the time setting. Scroll left or right to choose the
number you want to modify and then enter a new number using the
keypad. To switch between AM and PM, highlight the indicator and press
the right navigation key or any number key.
• Date: Lets you change the date setting using the keypad. Scroll left or
right to choose the number you want to modify and then enter a new
number using the keypad.
♦Time Format: Lets you specify the time format you prefer (12 hour or 24
hour clock). Scroll left or right to select.
♦Date Format: Lets you specify the date format you prefer. Press [ ] to
open the selection screen, choose a format and press <OK> or [ ].The
choices are DD/MM/YYYY, MM/DD/YYYY, YYYY/DD/MM, YYYY/MM/
DD.
Set Phone
Use this menu (Menu 9.4) to configure general phone settings related to
the user interface language, shortcuts, security and Airplane Mode. You
can also check the phone number of the phone.
To access phone settings:
1. In Idle mode, press [
] and select Settings → Set Phone.
2. Change settings as required (see below).
3. To save changes, press <Save>.
The following options are available:
♦Language: Lets you specify the language used for user interface text
displayed on the screen and the T9 text input dictionary.
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• Screen text: You can select Automatic, English or Français
(French). If you select Automatic, the language setting is read from
the SIM card in the phone.
• Input T9: You can select English or Français (French) for T9 input
mode. For more information on text input modes, see “Entering Text”
on page 36.
♦Shortcuts: Lets you change the applications assigned to the navigation
keys for quick access. To select a new application for a key, press the
key and then press [ ] or press <Options> and select Change. Choose
the application you want to assign to the key and press [ ] or <Save>.
♦Own Number: shows you the number(s) assigned to the SIM in your
phone.
♦Security: The Security feature allows you to restrict the use of your
phone by others and to restrict the types of calls using various codes and
passwords. The following options are available.
• Lock Phone: When the phone lock is enabled, the phone password
must be entered each time the phone is switched on. The phone
remains operational until switched off. To change the phone
password, see “Phone Password” on page 34.
• Lock SIM Card: When the Lock SIM Card feature is enabled, your
phone only works with the current SIM. To lock the SIM card, enter a
4 to 8 digit password and press <Confirm>, then enter it again to
confirm. To deactivate the SIM and allow use of a different SIM card,
enter the password and press <Confirm>.
• Check PIN Code: When the Check PIN Code feature is enabled,
your PIN must be entered each time the phone is switched on.
Before Check PIN Code can be disabled, you must enter your PIN.
• Lock Applications: Using this option you can lock various phone
applications, which requires entry of the phone’s password to access
the associated menus. The selection includes: All, Messages, Media,
Call History, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Rogers IM and Tasks.
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• Set FDN Mode: Set FDN (Fixed Dial Number) mode, if supported by
your SIM card, allows you to restrict outgoing calls to phone numbers
stored in the FDN List. To set this mode you must enter your PIN2.
Note: Not all SIM cards have a PIN2 code. If your SIM card does not, this menu does not
display.
• Change Phone Password: Allows you to change your current
phone password. You must enter the current password before you
can specify a new one.
• Change PIN Code: Allows you to change your current PIN, provided
that the PIN Check feature is enabled. You must enter the current
PIN before you can specify a new one.
• Change PIN2 Code: Allows you to change your current PIN2 to a
new one. You must enter the current PIN2 before you can specify a
new one.
♦Airplane Mode: For situations where you are not permitted to send or
receive calls or access online information, this operating mode allows
you to use all other phone functions. When it is on, “Airplane” is
displayed on the Idle screen.
Set Calls
Call settings (Menu 9.5) let you configure the actions taken by the phone
when you dial and receive calls.
To access call settings:
1. In Idle mode, press [
] and select Settings → Set Calls.
2. To change a setting, choose another setting and press <Save>.
The following options are available:
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General
This menu (Menu 9.5.1) lets you configure high-level features that specify
how calls are handled. To access the settings for any of these features, use
the navigation keys to select the feature and then press [ ].
♦Show My Number: Lets you specify how your ID is handled when you
initiate an outgoing call.
• By Network: You are identified to the recipient using the default
network information.
• Send: Your phone number and name are sent to the recipient.
• Hide: Your identification is hidden from the recipient.
♦Auto Reject: Lets you automatically reject calls from a specified list of
contacts. For details on how to enable this feature, see “Enable and
Configure Auto Reject” on page 136.
♦Call Answer: Provides a choice of methods for answering a call on your
phone (Send Key, Open Flip, Any Key).
♦Auto Reply: Lets you enable and configure auto reply. Use the left and
right navigation keys to enable (On) and disable (Off). If you select On,
press the down navigation key to highlight the Reply to send area and
type the message you want sent as an automatic reply.
♦Call Status Tones: Lets you activate alert tones that sound during a
call. Scroll up or down to select one of the following options and press
the
key to enable (check) or disable (uncheck) options. When you
are done, press Save soft key to save the selection.
• Call Connect Tone: Sounds a tone when a call connection is
successful.
• Minute Minder: Sounds a tone after each minute of a call.
• Call End Tone: Sounds a tone when a call connection is terminated.
♦Alerts on Call: Lets you specify whether you want to be alerted by a
tone when a message is received or the time for an alarm is reached
while you are on a call. Select either On or Off and press <Save> or [ ]
to save the selection.
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Enable and Configure Auto Reject
To turn on and configure Auto Reject:
1. In Idle mode, press [ ] and select Settings → Set Calls →
General → Auto Reject.
2. Select Activation and use the left or right navigation key to select On.
3. Select Reject List and press [
] to view the current list.
If this is the first time you have accessed this feature, the only item on
the list is the default, Unknown. If you have already created an Auto
Reject List and do not need to add entries to it, proceed to step 5.
Otherwise, press <Options> and select Create.
4. Enter the number of the caller you want to add to the Reject List. To do
this, you can:
• Type the number into the edit box and press <Save> or [ ].
• Press <Search> and select either Call History (to view a list of
recent calls) or Contacts (to view your Contacts list). In Call History,
scroll to the number you want to add to the Reject List and press
<Select>. In Contacts, scroll to the number you want to add to the
Reject List, press <Options>, select Select and press <Save> or
[ ].
5. Scroll through the numbers in the Auto Reject List and press [ ] to
place a check mark next to those callers you want to automatically
reject. To change or remove an entry, press <Options> and select Edit
or Delete.
6. When you have finished your selections, press <Options> and select
Save.
Voice Call
This menu (Menu 9.5.2) lets you configure the default settings for voice call
features.
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Call Forwarding
Call forwarding lets you reroute incoming calls to another number or to your
voicemail. Availability of the various options depends on your service
provider. Contact your provider for more details on enabling this feature.
To set your call forwarding options:
1. In Idle mode, press [ ] and select Settings → Set Calls → Voice
Call → Call Forwarding.
2. Choose the option you want to modify and press <Select> or [
following options are available:
]. The
♦Always: Lets you forward all voice calls and/or data calls.
♦Busy: Forwards calls when you are on another phone call.
♦No Reply: Forwards calls when your phone is not answered. You
can also change the length of time the phone waits for a reply before
forwarding the call (5, 10, 15, 20, 25 or 30 Seconds).
♦Unreachable: Forwards calls received when you are not in an area
covered by your service provider, or while your phone is turned off.
♦Cancel All: Deactivates call forwarding.
The current status of the option is displayed.
3. If you are activating call forwarding, enter the destination phone
number in the Forward To box or press <Options> and select
Contacts to select a number from your Contacts list.
4. To change the setting, press <Options> and select Activate or
Deactivate.
The phone sends your settings to the network and the network’s
acknowledgement is displayed.
Call Barring
The Call Barring network service allows you to restrict different types of
calls from being made or received. For example, you can prevent voice
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calls from being made to international phone numbers. This option is SIM
dependent and requires a subscription. For more information, contact your
service provider.
To configure call barring options:
1. In Idle mode, press [ ] and select Settings → Set Calls → Voice
Call → Call Barring. The following call-barring options are possible:
♦All Outgoing Calls: Bars this phone from making outgoing calls.
♦Outgoing International Calls: Bars this phone from making calls to
international numbers.
♦International Calls Except Home: Bars this phone from making
international calls except to your home country.
♦All Receiving Calls: Bars all incoming calls.
♦Receiving Calls while Abroad: Bars all incoming calls when
abroad.
♦Cancel All: Cancels all settings and deactivates Call Barring.
2. Use the navigation keys to choose the setting you want to change and
press [ ] or press <Options> and select Select.
3. To change the setting, press <Options> and select Activate or
Deactivate.
The phone sends your settings to the network and the network’s
acknowledgement is displayed.
Changing the Password for Call Barring
To change the Call Barring password:
1. From the Call Barring screen, press <Options> and select Change
Password.
2. Type the current password into the Old box.
3. Type the new password into the New box and enter it again in the
Confirm box.
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4. Press <Confirm>.
Call Waiting
Call Waiting informs you when someone is trying to reach you while you
are on another call. To set Call waiting options:
1. In Idle mode, press [ ] and select Settings → Set Calls → Voice
Call → Call Waiting. The screen informs you whether call waiting is
activated or deactivated.
2. To change call waiting status, press <Options>, choose Activate or
Deactivate and press <Select> or [ ].
Auto Redial
Auto Redial lets you configure your phone to automatically redial the last
dialed number if the call connection is lost or if the call was unable to
connect. To enable or disable Auto Redial:
1. In Idle mode, press [ ] and select Settings → Set Calls → Voice
Call → Auto Redial.
2. Choose On or Off and press <Save> or [
].
Note: For carriers that automatically divert unanswered calls to voice mail, the Auto redial
feature will not provide useful service.
Set Connectivity
The Connectivity settings (Menu 9.6) allow you to manage the settings
associated with the connection types available to your phone, including
Bluetooth, network, wireless connectivity and USB.
Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications technology capable of
exchanging information over short distances.
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Activation
To turn Bluetooth on or off:
1. From the Idle screen, press [ ] and select Settings → Set
Connectivity → Bluetooth → Activation. Choose Off or On, as
required, then press <Save> or [ ].
Note: Turn off Bluetooth when it is not required to save battery life and in situations where
Bluetooth use is prohibited.
My Devices
This function provides a list of Bluetooth devices within range of your phone
and lets you pair the phone with one or more devices.
To search for Bluetooth devices:
1. From the Idle screen, press [ ]and select Settings →
Set Connectivity → Bluetooth → My Devices.
2. Choose Search For New Device and press <Select> or [
].
After searching, your phone displays a list of available devices. The
color of the icon indicates the status of the device:
♦Grey for unpaired devices
♦Blue for paired devices
♦Red for devices that are currently connected to your phone
To connect to a Bluetooth Device:
1. Find Bluetooth devices within range (see above). On the device list,
highlight the device you want to connect to and press <Select> or [ ].
2. Enter the Bluetooth PIN for the device and press <OK>. If connecting
to a Bluetooth wireless device, consult the device’s user manual for the
assigned PIN. If connecting to another phone, enter the same PIN on
both phones.
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If you are unable to pair with the device a message appears in the display.
Press <Yes> to retry.
My Phone’s Visibility
This option allows you to turn your phone’s visibility to other Bluetooth
devices On or Off. When Bluetooth visibility is turned on, your phone
wirelessly transmits its name and status. This is useful if you are attempting
to connect to additional Bluetooth devices, but it can pose a security risk
and facilitate unauthorized connection so should be paired with a Bluetooth
security option. For more information, see “Secure Mode” on page 141.
My Phone’s Name
This option displays the name given to your phone for Bluetooth purposes.
When your phone’s Bluetooth visibility is turned on, it identifies itself using
the name that appears in this text field.
To change the phone name:
1. Press and hold [
] to erase the previous name.
2. Use the keypad to enter a new name.
3. Press <Save> or [
] to save the new name.
Note: The default name for your phone is SGH-A836, the model code.
Secure Mode
When Bluetooth visibility is turned on, your phone wirelessly transmits its
phone name and status. This transmission can pose a security risk and
allow unauthorized connection to your phone. When Secure Mode is turned
on, however, the phone prompts you to allow or deny access whenever
another Bluetooth-enabled device tries to access your phone.
To change the Secure Mode setting, choose a selection and press <Save>
or [ ].
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Remote SIM Mode
This option allows you to enable access to your SIM card via Bluetooth.
Bluetooth Services
The Bluetooth specification is a protocol that describes how the short-range
wireless technology works, while profiles describe the services supported
by individual devices. Profiles reduce the chance that different devices will
not work together.
The following service profiles are available:
♦Headset: The remote Bluetooth headset enables outgoing and incoming
calls.
♦Handsfree: The remote Bluetooth car kit enables outgoing and incoming
calls.
♦Bluetooth Stereo Headset: The remote Bluetooth stereo headset lets
you listen to music.
♦Serial Port: The remote Bluetooth device acts as a virtual serial port.
♦Dial Up: The remote Bluetooth device enables Internet access through a
phone modem.
♦Basic Printing: The phone is configured to use Bluetooth technology to
enable basic printing.
♦File Transfer: The remote Bluetooth device allows users to transfer files
from their handset to other Bluetooth devices.
♦Object Push: The remote Bluetooth device enables the transfer of
personal data (e.g., namecard, calendar) to other devices.
♦SIM Access: Chooses whether to allow access to your SIM card via
Bluetooth.
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Bluetooth Device Options
There are several options available for connected Bluetooth devices.
Choose the device in the My Devices list and press <Options> to access
the following options:
♦Connect/Disconnect: Connects or disconnects from the other device
(Bluetooth headset only).
♦Browse Device: Search for data from the device and import data
directly to your phone. You must authorize the device to successfully
connect to it.
♦Service List: Access the Bluetooth service list of the device.
♦Authorize Device/Unauthorize Device: Determines whether the phone
asks you to permit connection when other devices try to connect to your
phone.
♦Delete: Delete the selected device or all devices.
♦Rename: Rename the paired device.
Sending data via Bluetooth
1. Activate Bluetooth (see “Activation” on page 140).
2. Choose the item you want to send. For example, you can send a video
file stored in the Media folders.
3. Press <Options> and, depending on the menu, select Send via and
then Bluetooth, Send and then via Bluetooth, or Send via
Bluetooth. Press <Select>. The phone displays a list of available
devices.
4. Select a device.
5. If necessary, enter the Bluetooth PIN code needed for pairing and
press <OK> or [ ].
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Receiving Data via Bluetooth
To receive data via Bluetooth, your phone’s Bluetooth feature must be
active. If an unauthorized Bluetooth device sends data to your phone, the
phone displays a confirmation message. To receive data, press <Yes>.
Network Selection
Network selection (Menu 9.6.2) lets you configure the phone to
automatically select the network used when roaming outside of your home
area or allow manual selection.
Note: You can select a network other than your home network only if there is a valid roaming
agreement between them.
To change your network selection:
1. In the Network selection menu, highlight Automatic to connect to the
first available network when roaming or Manual to have the phone scan
for available networks. Press <Select> or [ ].
2. If you selected Manual, the phone displays a list of available networks.
Highlight the network you want and press <Select> or [ ]. Your
phone connects to the selected network.
Connections
The Connections menu (Menu 9.6.3) lets you view the profiles containing
the settings for connecting your phone to the network (GoRogers,
RogersMedia, RogersInternet) and streaming. These settings are used for
the Internet browser, Instant Messaging (IM) and sending picture
messages.
Note: Do not change these settings without first checking with your service provider or the
Internet and multimedia features may not work properly.
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Select the profile you want, press <Options>, and select an option:
♦Edit: To review or change the selected profile (custom profiles only).
♦New: To create a new profile.
♦Rename: To change the name of the profile (custom profiles only).
♦Delete: To remove a profile from the list (custom profiles only).
♦Restore: To return to default settings.
For each profile, the following information must be entered when you select
New or Edit from the <Options> menu:
♦Set Name: Enter the profile name.
♦Access Name: Enter the access point name. This is the gateway
address required to access the Internet.
♦Auth Type: Select the type of authentication used for this WAP
connection (None, Normal, or Secure).
♦User ID: Enter the User ID required to connect to the network.
♦Password: Enter the password required to connect to the network.
♦Protocol: Set the connection protocol used by the WAP browser: WAP,
HTTP, or Other.
♦Home URL (WAP or HTTP only): Enter the URL address of the page to
be used as your home page.
♦Proxy Address (HTTP only): Enter the gateway address of the proxy
server.
♦Gateway address (WAP only): Enter the gateway address of the proxy
server.
♦Secure Connection (WAP only): Turns secure connection on or off.
♦Port (HTTP only): Enter the connection port.
♦Linger Time: Set a time period after which the network is disconnected
if there has been no new data traffic during that time.
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♦Advanced Settings: Allows you to configure some of the IP-specific
information: Static IP, Static DNS, Server information, and Traffic Class.
• Static IP: If you want to manually enter an IP address, check this
option. If you want the IP address to be automatically assigned by
the server, remove the check mark.
• Local Phone IP: Enter the IP address obtained from the network
operator. This option is available only if Static IP is enabled.
• Static DNS: If you want to manually enter the Domain Name Server
(DNS) address, check this option. If you want the address to be
automatically assigned by the server, remove the check mark.
• Server 1/Server 2: Enter the Domain Name Server (DNS)
addresses.
• Traffic Class: Select the traffic class: Subscribed, Conversation,
Streaming, Interactive or Background.
Select USB Mode
Your phone can connect to a PC via a USB cable (sold separately). The
phone can be configured to launch a default application when an active
USB connection is detected.
♦Ask on Connection: The phone opens a selection window that requires
you to choose the connection type (Media Player, PC Studio or Mass
Storage, see below).
♦Media Player: Allows you to transfer multimedia files between your
phone and a PC using Microsoft MTP (Media Transfer Protocol), which
supports Autosync of content from Windows Media Player and DRM
(digital rights management).
♦PC Studio: The phone is automatically recognized by Samsung PC
Studio, a Windows-based PC program that you can use to manage
personal data and multimedia files or access the Internet using the
phone as a modem.
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♦Mass Storage: The PC recognizes a microSD card in your phone as a
storage drive, allowing you to transfer files to and from the card. The card
name appears in the list of disk drives in My Computer on the PC.
Choose a connection method and press [
] or <Save>.
Set Applications
The Set Applications menu (Menu 9.7) provides convenient access to
settings for Messages, Browser, Camera, Player, VOD, Record Audio,
Calendar and Contacts.
Messages Settings
Messages settings (Menu 9.7.1) let you configure the default settings for
the following messaging features:
♦Text Message: Lets you configure the text delivery parameters used
when sending a text message.
♦Sending Options: Lets you set the following parameters:
• Network Selection: Select either the CS or PS domain.
• Character Support: Select GSM alphabet, Unicode, or Automatic.
• Reply Path: Allows the recipient of your message to send you a reply
message using your message center, if your network supports this
service.
• Delivery Report: Provides a delivery report after sending a message.
• Keep a Copy: Stores a copy of the messages you send in the Sent
folder.
♦Text Message Center Settings: Lets you set the default method of
text message transmission used by the Text Message Center. Press
<Options> and choose View to access the following parameters:
• Center Address: Specifies the phone number of the Text Message
Center.
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• Validity Period: Specifies how long a message is valid. The message
must be sent and received within the specified time period or it is
removed from the text message server. Options are None, 1 Hour, 6
Hours, 12 Hours, 1 Day, 3 Days, 1 Week, 1 Month.
• Default Type: Specifies the default format of text (SMS) messages
(Text, Voice, FAX, X400, Email, ERMES).
• Name: Specifies the name of the parameter profile.
♦Picture Message: Lets you configure the delivery parameters used
when sending a picture (MMS) message.
♦Sending Options:
• Priority: Specify a priority level for your messages (High, Normal,
Low).
• Expiration: Select the length of time you wish the message to remain
on the MMS server (Maximum, 1 Day, 2 Days, 1 Week, 2 Weeks,
Custom Time).
• Delivery: Set a time delay before the phone sends your messages
(Immediately, 1 Hour, 1 Day, 1 Week, Custom Time).
• Hide Address: Hides address information that is normally sent along
with a message.
• Request Delivery Report: When this option is enabled, the network
informs you whether or not your message has been delivered.
• Request Read Report: When this option is enabled, your phone
sends a request for a reply along with your message to the recipient.
• Keep a Copy: Specify whether you want to keep a copy of the sent
messages on your phone.
• Add my Business Card: Adds your business card to sent
messages (see “My Business Card” on page 124).
♦Receiving Options:
• Home Network: Lets you specify how messages are retrieved from
the home network (Choose Auto Download, Manual, Reject).
• Roaming Network: Lets you specify how messages are retrieved
while roaming (Choose Auto Download, Manual, Restricted, Reject).
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• Send Delivery Report: Automatically sends notification to the
network indicating whether or not the message was successfully
delivered.
• Send Read Report: Automatically sends notification to the recipient
indicating that you received the message.
• Reject Anonymous: Automatically rejects messages belonging to
the Anonymous category.
• Reject Advertisement: Automatically rejects messages belonging to
the Advertisement category.
♦Picture Message Profiles: Lets you select a connection profile to
be used when connecting to a message server.
♦Message Size: Specify the maximum allowable size of received
messages (30 KB, 100 KB or 300 KB). Larger messages are not
accepted.
♦Auto Resize Image: Selects whether images are automatically
resized to 100 KB, 300 KB, or not resized (No).
♦Creation Mode: Specify how new media content is sent: Restricted,
Warning, Free.
♦Default Style: Specify the Font Color, Font Style, Background Color
and Page Duration (for embedded media) settings for incoming
messages.
♦Broadcast: Broadcast messages are transmitted to all phones within
the area.
• Activation: Enables or disables the broadcast feature.
• Receiving Channels: Lets you specify the channels from which the
phone will accept broadcast messages. You can enable all channels
or enter individual channels in the My Channels box.
• My Channels: Lets you enable or disable your channels. You can
create new channels by pressing <Options> and selecting
Create.This option is not available if you selected All Channels in the
previous option.
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• Language: Allows you to select your preferred language for display
of cell broadcast messages. The choices are All, English or Français
(French).
♦Voice Mail:
• Specifies the phone number of the voice mail server that stores
messages.
♦Push Message
• Receiving Option: Turn push message reception On or Off.
• Service Loading: Specify how you want the phone to handle the
loading of this service (Always, Prompt or Never).
Browser Settings
Browser settings (Menu 9.7.2) let you select the connection profile used
when connecting to the Internet and make changes to Profile Settings.
To change Profile Settings, highlight a profile, press <Options> and select
Edit. Make changes to the Profile Settings as required (Set Name, Access
Name, Auth Type, User ID, Password, Protocol, Home URL, Proxy
address, Port, Linger Time, Advanced Settings).
Camera Settings
Camera settings (Menu 9.7.3) let you set the default preferences for
camera functionality. Scroll left and right to view or change the settings
within each option tab (General, Camera and Camcorder). Use the up and
down navigation keys to scroll to individual options, press [ ] to open a
list of available settings, choose a setting and press [ ] or <Select>. When
you have finished making changes, press <Save> to save the changes.
♦General
• Shutter Sound: Lets you select the shutter sound that indicates a
picture has been taken. The sounds are previewed as you scroll
through the options.
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• Default Storage: Lets you set the default storage location for the
photos taken with the phone to either Phone or Memory Card.
♦Camera
• Quality: Sets the default picture quality to High (best quality, largest
file size), Normal (medium quality, medium file size) or Economy
(lowest quality, smallest file size).
• Single Shot Mode: Allows you to take a single photo and either review
the photo after taking it (Take and Review) or return immediately to the
viewfinder to take another (Take and Preview).
♦Camcorder
• Quality: Lets you set video quality to High (best quality), Normal or
Economy (lowest quality). Better quality videos require more storage
space.
• Movie Format: Sets the storage format for video files to either Mp4
or 3GP.
Player Settings
Player settings (Menu 9.7.4) let you set the default playback options for the
media player:
♦Play Mode: Sets Shuffle (play music in random order) to On or Off, Loop
(repeat music) to Repeat 1, Repeat All or Off.
♦Play via: Sets the default playback to phone or Bluetooth headset.
♦Equalizer: Optimizes sound equalization for Normal, Rock, Pop, Dance,
Classic or Jazz style music.
VOD Settings
VOD Settings (Menu 9.7.5) lets you view or change VOD (video on
demand) settings, create a new settings profile or restore settings to default
values. Press <Options> to access Save, Edit, New, Rename, Delete or
Restore. See “Connections” on page 144 for a description of the available
settings.
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Record Audio Settings
Record Audio settings (Menu 9.7.6) let you specify the following audio
recording settings:
♦Default Name: Lets you set a default name prefix for audio recordings
made with the phone.
♦Recording Time: Lets you specify the maximum allowable length of an
audio recording made with the phone (1 Minute, 2 Minutes, 3 Minutes, 4
Minutes, 5 Minutes, 60 Minutes or Limit for MMS).
Calendar Settings
Calendar settings (Menu 9.7.7) let you set the default settings for the
weekly Starting Day (Sunday or Monday) and the Default View Mode
(month, week or day).
Contact Settings
Contact settings (Menu 9.7.8) let you set the defaults for the saving and
viewing of contact information, including your own.
♦My Business Card: Allows you to create a Business Card file containing
your contact information that can be sent to others for addition to their
contact list. See “My Business Card” on page 124 for details.
♦Speed Dial: Lets you assign phone numbers from your Contacts list or
from your FDN Contacts to speed dial numbers on the keypad. For more
information on speed dial, see “Speed Dial List” on page 93.
♦Save New Contacts to: Lets you specify the default save location for
contact information (Phone Memory, SIM Memory or Always Ask).
♦View Contacts from: Lets you specify which contact list you view by
default (Phone Memory, SIM Memory or All).
♦Own Number: Shows you the phone number(s) assigned to the SIM in
your phone.
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♦Service Number: Shows the list of Service Dialing Numbers (SDN)
assigned by your service provider.
♦Memory Status: Allows you to view the amount of memory allocated
and available for Phone, SIM Card and FDN.
Reset Settings
This menu (Menu 9.8) allows you to reset some or all of your phone
settings to their default value. To reset phone settings:
1. Select one or more of the following reset options by highlighting it and
pressing [ ]:
♦All: Resets all configuration options listed in this menu to their
default values.
♦Sound Profiles Settings: Resets Sound Profile options to their
default values. For more information on Profiles, see “Set Sound
Profile” on page 126.
♦Display Settings: Resets display options to their default values. For
more information on Display settings, see “Set Display” on page 128.
♦Phone Settings: Resets phone options to their default values. For
more information on Phone settings, see “Set Phone” on page 132.
♦Alarms: Clears alarm settings. For more information, see “Alarms”
on page 76.
2. Press <OK>.
3. Enter the phone password, press <Confirm>, then press <Yes> to
confirm.
Memory Management
Memory management (Menu 9.9) let you view memory status for your
phone and clear the memory if necessary.
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♦Clear Memory: Lets you clear various portions of the phone memory.
Select one or more of the following options by highlighting it and pressing
[ ], press <OK>, enter the phone password, then press <Yes> to
confirm.
• All: Clears saved files from all categories listed in this menu.
• Media: Clears saved files from the Media folders.
• Messages: Clears files from the default message locations.
• Contacts: Clears saved contact entries.
• Calendar: Clears saved calendar input.
• Tasks: Clears saved task information.
• Notes: Clears saved notes.
♦Memory Status: Displays memory usage for Shared Memory,
Messages, Media, Calendar, Tasks, Notes and Contacts. Highlight a
selection and press <Select>.
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Solving Problems
If you are experiencing problems with your phone, perform the following
simple checks before contacting a service professional. This may save you
the time and expense of an unnecessary service call.
When you switch your phone on, one of the following
messages appears
Insert SIM Card
♦Check that the SIM card is correctly installed.
Phone Locked Enter Password
♦The automatic locking function has been enabled. You must enter the
phone’s password before you can use the phone.
Enter PIN
♦You are using your phone for the first time. You must enter the Personal
Identification Number (PIN) supplied with the SIM card.
♦The PIN Check feature is enabled. Every time the phone is switched on,
the PIN has to be entered. To disable this feature, use the Check PIN
Code menu (see Security in “Set Phone” on page 132).
Enter PUK
♦The PIN code was entered incorrectly three times in succession and the
phone is now blocked. Enter the PUK supplied by your service provider.
Phones use both PIN1 and PIN2 codes, which require PUK1 and PUK2
codes to unblock. Make sure you know which PIN code is locked and
apply the correct PUK code.
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“No service,” “Network failure” or “Not done” displays
♦The network connection was lost. You may be in a weak signal area (in a
tunnel or surrounded by buildings). Change location and try again.
♦You are trying to access an option for which you have not taken out a
subscription with your service provider. Contact the service provider for
further details.
You have entered a number but it was not dialed
♦Have you pressed the
key?
♦Are you accessing the right cellular network?
♦Is Call Barring turned on? (see “Call Barring” on page 137 for more
details).
Your correspondent cannot reach you
♦Is your phone switched on (the
key pressed for more than one
second)?
♦Are you accessing the right cellular network?
♦Is Call Barring turned on? (see “Call Barring” on page 137 for more
details).
♦Has your phone been call forwarded to another number?
Your correspondent cannot hear you speaking
♦Have you switched off the microphone?
♦Are you holding the phone close enough to your mouth? The
microphone is located at the bottom of the phone.
The phone starts beeping and “Low Battery” flashes on the
display
♦Your battery is insufficiently charged. Recharge the battery.
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The audio quality of the call is poor
♦Check the signal strength indicator on the display (
bars indicates the signal strength from strong (
); the number of
) to weak ( ).
♦Try moving the phone slightly or move closer to a window if you are in a
building.
No number is dialed when you recall a Contacts entry
♦Check that the number has been stored correctly, by using the Contact
List Search feature.
♦Store the number again, if necessary.
If the above guidelines do not help you to solve the problem, take note
of:
♦the model and serial numbers of your phone
♦your warranty details
♦a clear description of the problem
Then contact your local dealer or Samsung after-sales service.
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Health and Safety Information
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
thorough 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
recommended by the FCC is 1.6W/kg.*
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.
*. 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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Before a new model phone is available for sale to the public, it must be
tested and certified by 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.
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.
For Body Operation
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 an
accessory that contains no metal and that positions the phone a minimum
from the body.
The minimum distance from the body for this model phone is written in the
FCC certification information. Non-compliance with the above conditions
may violate FCC RF exposure guidelines.
For more Information concerning exposure to radio frequency signals, see
the following websites:
♦Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
•http://www.fcc.gov
♦Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA):
•http://www.ctia.org
♦U.S.Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
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•http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/consumer
♦World Health Organization (WHO)
•http://www.who.int/peh-emf/en
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, the type
of battery and the 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 Samsung-approved 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.
♦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
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battery is fully charged. Li-ion batteries are particularly affected by
temperatures below 0 ° C (32 ° F).
♦Do not short-circuit the battery. Accidental short-circuiting 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.
Shortcircuiting 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.
Note: The battery charging circuit may stop functioning if you are viewing a streaming video and
receive a call while charging as the capacity of the charging circuit will be exceeded.
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
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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.
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 off immediately.
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.
Audio Shock
At very high volumes, prolonged listening to a headset can damage your
hearing.
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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.
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. 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 the phone off while at a refueling 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.
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Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often but not always
clearly marked. They include the areas 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.
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,
911 or other official emergency number). Emergency numbers vary by
location.
3. Press the
key.
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
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the only means of communication at the scene of an accident; do not cut off
the call until given permission to do so.
Other Important Safety Information
♦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.
♦Check regularly that all wireless phone equipment in your vehicle is
mounted and operating properly.
♦Do not store or carry flammable liquids, gases or explosive materials in
the same compartment as the phone, its parts or accessories.
♦For vehicles equipped with an air bag, remember air bag inflates with
great force. Do not place 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.
♦Switch your phone off before boarding an aircraft. The use of wireless
phones in aircraft is illegal unless permitted and may be dangerous to
the aircraft’s operation.
♦Failure to observe these instructions may lead to the suspension or
denial of telephone services to the offender, legal action, or both.
Care and Maintenance
Your phone is a product of superior design and craftsmanship and should
be treated with care. The suggestions help you fulfill any warranty
obligations and allow enjoy this product for many years:
♦Keep the phone and all its parts and accessories out of reach of small
children.
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♦Do not use the phone with a wet hand. Doing so may cause an electric
shock to you or damage to the phone.
♦Do not use or store the phone in dusty or dirty areas. Moving parts may
become damaged or clogged.
♦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.
♦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.
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FCC Notice
Cautions
Modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.
FCC Compliance Information
This device complies with Part 15 of FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions:
1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2. This device must accept any interference received.
Including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Information to User
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits
are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy
and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
♦Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
♦Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
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♦Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
♦Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/ TV technician for help.
Appendix A: Certification Information (SAR)
THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT’S REQUIREMENTS
FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
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 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 safety standards that were developed by
independent scientific organizations through periodic and thorough
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 mobile phones employs a unit of
measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR). The SAR limit
set by the FCC is 1.6 W/kg*. SAR Tests are conducted using standard
operating positions accepted 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
*. In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile
phones used by the public is 1.6 watts/kilogram (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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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.
Before a new model phone is available for sale to the public, it must be
tested and certified by 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. The highest SAR values of this
model phone as reported to FCC are:
WCDMA850
♦Head: 0.374 W/kg
♦Body: 0.364 W/kg
WCDMA1900
♦Head: 0.219 W/kg
♦Body: 0.243 W/kg
GSM850
♦Head: 0.460 W/kg
♦Body: 0.566 W/kg
PCS
♦Head: 0.244 W/kg
♦Body: 0.409 W/kg
Body-worn operations are restricted to Samsung-supplied, approved or
non-Samsung designated accessories that have no metal and must
provide at least 1.5cm separation between the device, including its antenna
whether extended or retracted, and the user’s body. Non-compliance to the
above restrictions may violate FCC RF exposure guidelines.
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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.
Appendix B: Safe and Responsible Wireless
Phone Use
Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association
“Safety is the most important call you will ever make.”
A Guide to Safe and Responsible Wireless Phone Use
Tens of millions of people in North America today take advantage of the
unique combination of convenience, safety and value delivered by the
wireless telephone. Quite simply, the wireless phone gives people the
powerful ability to communicate by voice-almost anywhere, anytime with
the boss, with a client, with the kids, with emergency personnel or even
with the police. Each year, North Americans make billions of calls from their
wireless phones, and the numbers are rapidly growing.
But an important responsibility accompanies those benefits, one that every
wireless phone user must uphold. When driving a car, driving is your first
responsibility. A wireless phone can be an invaluable tool, but good
judgment must be exercised at all times while driving a motor vehicle
whether on the phone or not.
The basic lessons are ones we all learned as teenagers. Driving requires
alertness, caution and courtesy. It requires a heavy dose of basic common
sense-keep your head up, keep your eyes on the road, check your mirrors
frequently and watch out for other drivers. It requires obeying all traffic
signs and signals and staying within the speed limit. It means using seat
belts and requiring other passengers to do the same.
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But with wireless phone use, driving safely means a little more. This
brochure is a call to wireless phone users everywhere to make safety their
first priority when behind the wheel of a car. Wireless telecommunications
is keeping us in touch, simplifying our lives, protecting us in emergencies
and providing opportunities to help others in need. When it comes to the
use of wireless phones, safety is your most important call.
Wireless Phone “Safety Tips”
Below are safety tips to follow while driving and using a wireless phone
which should be easy to remember:
1. Get to know your wireless phone and its features such as speed dial
and redial. Carefully read your instruction manual and learn to take
advantage of valuable features most phones offer, including automatic
redial and memory. Also, work to memorize the phone keypad so you
can use the speed dial function without taking your attention off the
road.
2. When available, use a hands free device. A number of hands free
wireless phone accessories are readily available today. Whether you
choose an installed mounted device for your wireless phone or a
speaker phone accessory, take advantage of these devices if available
to you.
3. Position your wireless phone within easy reach. Make sure you place
your wireless phone within easy reach and where you can grab it
without removing your eyes from the road. If you get an incoming call at
an inconvenient time, if possible, let your voice mail answer it for you.
4. Suspend conversations during hazardous driving conditions or
situations. Let the person you are speaking with know you are driving; if
necessary, suspend the call in heavy traffic or hazardous weather
conditions. Rain, sleet, snow and ice can be hazardous, but so is heavy
traffic. As a driver, your first responsibility is to pay attention to the road.
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5. Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while driving. If you are
reading an Contact list or business card, or writing a to do list while
driving a car, you are not watching where you are going. It’s common
sense. Don’t get caught in a dangerous situation because you are
reading or writing and not paying attention to the road or nearby
vehicles.
6. Dial sensibly and assess the traffic; if possible, place calls when you
are not moving or before pulling into traffic. Try to plan your calls before
you begin your trip or attempt to coincide your calls with times you may
be stopped at a stop sign, red light or otherwise stationary. But if you
need to dial while driving, follow this simple tip-dial only a few numbers,
check the road and your mirrors, then continue.
7. Do not engage in stressful or emotional conversations that may be
distracting. Stressful or emotional conversations and driving do not
mix-they are distracting and even dangerous when you are behind the
wheel of a car. Make people you are talking with aware you are driving
and if necessary, suspend conversations which have the potential to
divert your attention from the road.
8. Use your wireless phone to call for help. Your wireless phone is one of
the greatest tools you can own to protect yourself and your family in
dangerous situations-with your phone at your side, help is only three
numbers away. Dial 9-1-1 or other local emergency number in the case
of fire, traffic accident, road hazard or medical emergency. Remember,
it is a free call on your wireless phone!
9. Use your wireless phone to help others in emergencies. Your wireless
phone provides you a perfect opportunity to be a Good Samaritan in
your community. If you see an auto accident, crime in progress or other
serious emergency where lives are in danger, call 9-1-1 or other local
emergency number, as you would want others to do for you.
10. Call roadside assistance or a special wireless non emergency
assistance number when necessary. Certain situations you encounter
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while driving may require attention, but are not urgent enough to merit
a call for emergency services. But you still can use your wireless phone
to lend a hand. If you see a broken-down vehicle posing no serious
hazard, a broken traffic signal, a minor traffic accident where no one
appears injured or a vehicle you know to be stolen, call roadside
assistance or other special non-emergency wireless number.
Careless, distracted individuals and people driving irresponsibly represent
a hazard to everyone on the road. Since 1984, the Cellular
Telecommunications Industry Association and the wireless industry have
conducted an educational outreach program to inform wireless phone
users of their responsibilities as safe drivers and good citizens. As we
approach a new century, more and more of us will take advantage of the
benefits of wireless telephones. And, as we take to the roads, we all have a
responsibility to drive safely.
The wireless industry reminds you to use your phone safely when driving.
Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association For more information,
please call 1-888-901-SAFE.
For updates: http://www.ctia.org
Appendix C: Consumer Update on Wireless
Phones
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1. What kinds of phones are the subject of this update?
The term wireless phone refers here to hand-held wireless phones with
built-in antennas, often called cell, mobile, or PCS phones. These types of
wireless phones can expose the user to measurable radio frequency
energy (RF) because of the short distance between the phone and the user
s head. These RF exposures are limited by Federal Communications
Commission safety guidelines that were developed with the advice of FDA
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and other federal health and safety agencies. When the phone is located at
greater distances from the user, the exposure to RF is drastically lower
because a person’s RF exposure decreases rapidly with increasing
distance from the source. The so-called “cordless phones,” which have a
base unit connected to the telephone wiring in a house, typically operate at
far lower power levels, and thus produce RF exposures well within the
FCC’s compliance limits.
2. Do wireless phones pose a health hazard?
The available scientific evidence does not show that any health problems
are associated with using wireless phones. There is no proof, however, that
wireless phones are absolutely safe. Wireless phones emit low levels of
radio frequency energy (RF) in the microwave range while being used.
They also emit very low levels of RF when in the stand-by mode. Whereas
high levels of RF can produce health effects (by heating tissue), exposure
to low level RF that does not produce heating effects causes no known
adverse health effects. Many studies of low level RF exposures have not
found any biological effects. Some studies have suggested that some
biological effects may occur, but such findings have not been confirmed by
additional research. In some cases, other researchers have had difficulty in
reproducing those studies, or in determining the reasons for inconsistent
results.
3. What is FDA’s role concerning the safety of wireless phones?
Under the law, FDA does not review the safety of radiation emitting
consumer products such as wireless phones before they can be sold, as it
does with new drugs or medical devices. However, the agency has
authority to take action if wireless phones are shown to emit radio
frequency energy (RF) at a level that is hazardous to the user. In such a
case, FDA could require the manufacturers of wireless phones to notify
users of the health hazard and to repair, replace or recall the phones so
that the hazard no longer exists.
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Although the existing scientific data do not justify FDA regulatory actions,
FDA has urged the wireless phone industry to take a number of steps,
including the following:
♦Support needed research into possible biological effects of RF of the
type emitted by wireless phones;
♦Design wireless phones in a way that minimizes any RF exposure to the
user that is not necessary for device function; and
♦Cooperate in providing users of wireless phones with the best possible
information on possible effects of wireless phone use on human health
FDA belongs to an interagency working group of the federal agencies that
have responsibility for different aspects of RF safety to ensure coordinated
efforts at the federal level. The following agencies belong to this working
group:
♦National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
♦Environmental Protection Agency Federal Communications Commission
♦Occupational Safety and Health Administration
♦National Telecommunications and Information Administration
♦The National Institutes of Health participates in some interagency
working group activities, as well.
FDA shares regulatory responsibilities for wireless phones with the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC). All phones that are sold in the United
States must comply with FCC safety guidelines that limit RF exposure.
FCC relies on FDA and other health agencies for safety questions about
wireless phones.
FCC also regulates the base stations that the wireless phone networks rely
upon. While these base stations operate at higher power than do the
wireless phones themselves, the RF exposures that people get from these
base stations are typically thousands of times lower than those they can
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get from wireless phones. Base stations are thus not the primary subject of
the safety questions discussed in this document.
4. What is FDA doing to find out more about the possible health effects of
wireless phone RF?
FDA is working with the U.S. National Toxicology Program and with groups
of investigators around the world to ensure that high priority animal studies
are conducted to address important questions about the effects of
exposure to radio frequency energy (RF).
FDA has been a leading participant in the World Health Organization
International Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) Project since its inception in
1996. An influential result of this work has been the development of a
detailed agenda of research needs that has driven the establishment of
new research programs around the world. The Project has also helped
develop a series of public information documents on EMF issues.
FDA and the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA)
have a formal Cooperative Research and Development Agreement
(CRADA) to do research on wireless phone safety. FDA provides the
scientific oversight, obtaining input from experts in government, industry,
and academic organizations. CTIA-funded research is conducted through
contracts to independent investigators. The initial research will include both
laboratory studies and studies of wireless phone users. The CRADA will
also include a broad assessment of additional research needs in the
context of the latest research developments around the world.
5. What steps can I take to reduce my exposure to radio frequency
energy from my wireless phone?
If there is a risk from these products—and at this point we do not know that
there is—it is probably very small. But if you are concerned about avoiding
even potential risks, you can take a few simple steps to minimize your
exposure to radio frequency energy (RF). Since time is a key factor in how
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much exposure a person receives, reducing the amount of time spent using
a wireless phone will reduce RF exposure.
If you must conduct extended conversations by wireless phone every day,
you could place more distance between your body and the source of the
RF, since the exposure level drops off dramatically with distance. For
example, you could use a headset and carry the wireless phone away from
your body or use a wireless phone connected to a remote antenna
Again, the scientific data do not demonstrate that wireless phones are
harmful. But if you are concerned about the RF exposure from these
products, you can use measures like those described above to reduce your
RF exposure from wireless phone use.
6. What about children using wireless phones?
The scientific evidence does not show a danger to users of wireless
phones, including children and teenagers. If you want to take steps to lower
exposure to radio frequency energy (RF), the measures described above
would apply to children and teenagers using wireless phones. Reducing
the time of wireless phone use and increasing the distance between the
user and the RF source will reduce RF exposure.
Some groups sponsored by other national governments have advised that
children be discouraged from using wireless phones at all. For example,
the government in the United Kingdom distributed leaflets containing such
a recommendation in December 2000. They noted that no evidence exists
that using a wireless phone causes brain tumors or other ill effects. Their
recommendation to limit wireless phone use by children was strictly
precautionary; it was not based on scientific evidence that any health
hazard exists.
7. Do hands-free kits for wireless phones reduce risks from exposure to
RF emissions?
Since there are no known risks from exposure to RF emissions from
wireless phones, there is no reason to believe that hands-free kits reduce
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risks. Hands-free kits can be used with wireless phones for convenience
and comfort. These systems reduce the absorption of RF energy in the
head because the phone, which is the source of the RF emissions, will not
be placed against the head. On the other hand, if the phone is mounted
against the waist or other part of the body during use, then that part of the
body will absorb more RF energy. Wireless phones marketed in the U.S.
are required to meet safety requirements regardless of whether they are
used against the head or against the body. Either configuration should
result in compliance with the safety limit.
8. Do wireless phone accessories that claim to shield the head from RF
radiation work?
Since there are no known risks from exposure to RF emissions from
wireless phones, there is no reason to believe that accessories that claim
to shield the head from those emissions reduce risks. Some products that
claim to shield the user from RF absorption use special phone cases, while
others involve nothing more than a metallic accessory attached to the
phone. Studies have shown that these products generally do not work as
advertised. Unlike “hand-free” kits, these so-called “shields” may interfere
with proper operation of the phone. The phone may be forced to boost its
power to compensate, leading to an increase in RF absorption. In February
2002, the Federal trade Commission (FTC) charged two companies that
sold devices that claimed to protect wireless phone users from radiation
with making false and unsubstantiated claims. According to FTC, these
defendants lacked a reasonable basis to substantiate their claim.
9. What about wireless phone interference with medical equipment?
Radio frequency energy (RF) from wireless phones can interact with some
electronic devices. For this reason, FDA helped develop a detailed test
method to measure electromagnetic interference (EMI) of implanted
cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators from wireless telephones. This test
method is now part of a standard sponsored by the Association for the
Advancement of Medical instrumentation (AAMI). The final draft, a joint
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effort by FDA, medical device manufacturers, and many other groups, was
completed in late 2000. This standard will allow manufacturers to ensure
that cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators are safe from wireless phone
EMI.
FDA has tested hearing aids for interference from handheld wireless
phones and helped develop a voluntary standard sponsored by the
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). This standard
specifies test methods and performance requirements for hearing aids and
wireless phones so that no interference occurs when a person uses a
compatible phone and a compatible hearing aid at the same time. This
standard was approved by the IEEE in 2000.
FDA continues to monitor the use of wireless phones for possible
interactions with other medical devices. Should harmful interference be
found to occur, FDA will conduct testing to assess the interference and
work to resolve the problem.
10. What are the results of the research done already?
The research done thus far has produced conflicting results, and many
studies have suffered from flaws in their research methods. Animal
experiments investigating the effects of radio frequency energy (RF)
exposures characteristic of wireless phones have yielded conflicting results
that often cannot be repeated in other laboratories. A few animal studies,
however, have suggested that low levels of RF could accelerate the
development of cancer in laboratory animals. However, many of the studies
that showed increased tumor development used animals that had been
genetically engineered or treated with cancer causing chemicals so as to
be pre-disposed to develop cancer in the absence of RF exposure. Other
studies exposed the animals to RF for up to 22 hours per day. These
conditions are not similar to the conditions under which people use wireless
phones, so we don’ t know with certainty what the results of such studies
mean for human health.
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Three large epidemiology studies have been published since December
2000. Between them, the studies investigated any possible association
between the use of wireless phones and primary brain cancer, gioma,
meningioma, or acoustic neuroma, tumors of the brain or salivary gland,
leukemia, or other cancers. None of the studies demonstrated the
existence of any harmful health effects from wireless phone RF exposures.
However, none of the studies can answer questions about long-term
exposures, since the average period of phone use in these studies was
around three years.
11. What research is needed to decide whether RF exposure from wireless
phones poses a health risk?
A combination of laboratory studies and epidemiological studies of people
actually using wireless phones would provide some of the data that are
needed. Lifetime animal exposure studies could be completed in a few
years. However, very large numbers of animals would be needed to
provide reliable proof of a cancer promoting effect if one exists.
Epidemiological studies can provide data that is directly applicable to
human populations, but 10 or more years follow-up may be needed to
provide answers about some health effects, such as cancer. This is
because the interval between the time of exposure to a cancer-causing
agent and the time tumors develop - if they do - may be many, many years.
The interpretation of epidemiological studies is hampered by difficulties in
measuring actual RF exposure during day-to-day use of wireless phones.
Many factors affect this measurement, such as the angle at which the
phone is held, or which model of phone is used.
12. Which other federal agencies have responsibilities related to potential
RF health effects?
Additional information on the safety of RF exposures from various sources
can be obtained from the following organizations.
FCC RF Safety Program:
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/
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Environmental Protection Agency (EPA):
http://www.epa.gov/radiation/
Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA):
http://www.osha-slc.gov/SLTC/radiofrequencyradiation/index.html
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH):
http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics.emf
World health Organization (WHO):
http://www.who.int/peh-emf/en
International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection:
http://www.icnirp.de
National Radiation Protection Board (UK):
http://www.hpa.org.uk/radiation
US Food and Drug Administration
http://www.fda.gov/cellphones
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STANDARD LIMITED WARRANTY
What is Covered and For How Long? SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS
CANADA INC. (SAMSUNG) warrants to the original purchaser
(“Purchaser”) that SAMSUNG’s Phones and accessories (“Products”) are
free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and
service for the period commencing upon the date of purchase and
continuing for the following specified period of time after that date:
Phone
1 Year
Batteries
1 Year
Leather Case/Pouch
90 Days
Holster
90 Days
Other Phone Accessories
1 Year
What is Not Covered? This Limited Warranty is conditioned upon proper
use of Product by Purchaser. This Limited Warranty does not cover: (a)
defects or damage resulting from accident, misuse, abuse, neglect,
unusual physical, electrical or electromechanical stress, or modification of
any part of Product, including antenna, or cosmetic damage; (b) equipment
that has the serial number removed or made illegible; (c) any plastic
surfaces or other externally exposed parts that are scratched or damaged
due to normal use; (d) malfunctions resulting from the use of Product in
conjunction with accessories, products, or ancillary/peripheral equipment
not furnished or approved by SAMSUNG; (e) defects or damage from
improper testing, operation, maintenance, installation, or adjustment; (f)
installation, maintenance, and service of Product, or (g) Product used or
purchased outside the United States or Canada.
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This Limited Warranty covers batteries only if battery capacity falls below
80% of rated capacity or the battery leaks, and this Limited Warranty does
not cover any battery if (i) the battery has been charged by a battery
charger not specified or approved by SAMSUNG for charging the battery,
(ii) any of the seals on the battery are broken or show evidence of
tampering, or (iii) the battery has been used in equipment other than the
SAMSUNG phone for which it is specified.
What are SAMSUNG’s Obligations? During the applicable warranty
period, SAMSUNG will repair or replace, at SAMSUNG’s sole option,
without charge to Purchaser, any defective component part of Product. To
obtain service under this Limited Warranty, Purchaser must return Product
to an authorized phone service facility in an adequate container for
shipping, accompanied by Purchaser’s sales receipt or comparable
substitute proof of sale showing the date of purchase, the serial number of
Product and the sellers’ name and address. To obtain assistance on where
to deliver the Product, call Samsung Customer Care at 1-800-SAMSUNG.
Upon receipt, SAMSUNG will promptly repair or replace the defective
Product. SAMSUNG may, at SAMSUNG’s sole option, use rebuilt,
reconditioned, or new parts or components when repairing any Product or
replace Product with a rebuilt, reconditioned or new Product. Repaired/
replaced leather cases, pouches and holsters will be warranted for a period
of ninety (90) days. All other repaired/replaced Product will be warranted
for a period equal to the remainder of the original Limited Warranty on the
original Product or for 90 days, whichever is longer. All replaced parts,
components, boards and equipment shall become the property of
SAMSUNG. If SAMSUNG determines that any Product is not covered by
this Limited Warranty, Purchaser must pay all parts, shipping, and labor
charges for the repair or return of such Product.
What Are the Limits On SAMSUNG’s Liability? EXCEPT AS SET
FORTH IN THE EXPRESS WARRANTY CONTAINED HEREIN,
PURCHASER TAKES THE PRODUCT “AS IS,” AND SAMSUNG MAKES
NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION AND THERE ARE NO
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CONDITIONS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE,
OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
♦THE MERCHANTABILITY OF THE PRODUCT OR ITS FITNESS FOR
ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE;
♦WARRANTIES OF TITLE OR NON-INFRINGEMENT;
♦DESIGN, CONDITION, QUALITY, OR PERFORMANCE OF THE
PRODUCT;
♦THE WORKMANSHIP OF THE PRODUCT OR THE COMPONENTS
CONTAINED THEREIN; OR
♦COMPLIANCE OF THE PRODUCT WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF
ANY LAW, RULE, SPECIFICATION OR CONTRACT PERTAINING
THERETO.
NOTHING CONTAINED IN THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL SHALL BE
CONSTRUED TO CREATE AN EXPRESS WARRANTY OF ANY KIND
WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT. ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS THAT MAY ARISE BY OPERATION
OF LAW, INCLUDING IF APPLICABLE THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE,
ARE HEREBY LIMITED TO THE SAME DURATION OF TIME AS THE
EXPRESS WRITTEN WARRANTY STATED HEREIN. SOME STATES/
PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN
IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT
APPLY TO YOU. IN ADDITION, SAMSUNG SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR
ANY DAMAGES OF ANY KIND RESULTING FROM THE PURCHASE,
USE, OR MISUSE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE THE PRODUCT OR
ARISING DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM THE USE OR LOSS OF
USE OF THE PRODUCT OR FROM THE BREACH OF THE EXPRESS
WARRANTY, INCLUDING INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL
OR SIMILAR DAMAGES, OR LOSS OF ANTICIPATED PROFITS OR
BENEFITS, OR FOR DAMAGES ARISING FROM ANY TORT
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(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR GROSS NEGLIGENCE) OR FAULT
COMMITTED BY SAMSUNG, ITS AGENTS OR EMPLOYEES, OR FOR
ANY BREACH OF CONTRACT OR FOR ANY CLAIM BROUGHT
AGAINST PURCHASER BY ANY OTHER PARTY. SOME STATES/
PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE
LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU
MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS, WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO
STATE/PROVINCE TO PROVINCE. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY SHALL
NOT EXTEND TO ANYONE OTHER THAN THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER
OF THIS PRODUCT AND STATES PURCHASER’S EXCLUSIVE
REMEDY. IF ANY PORTION OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS HELD
ILLEGAL OR UNENFORCEABLE BY REASON OF ANY LAW, SUCH
PARTIAL ILLEGALITY OR UNENFORCEABILITY SHALL NOT AFFECT
THE ENFORCEABILITY FOR THE REMAINDER OF THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY WHICH PURCHASER ACKNOWLEDGES IS AND WILL
ALWAYS BE CONSTRUED TO BE LIMITED BY ITS TERMS OR AS
LIMITED AS THE LAW PERMITS.
THE PARTIES UNDERSTAND THAT THE PURCHASER MAY USE
THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT IN CONJUNCTION WITH
THE PRODUCT. SAMSUNG MAKES NO WARRANTIES OR
REPRESENTATIONS AND THERE ARE NO CONDITIONS, EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, AS TO THE QUALITY,
CAPABILITIES, OPERATIONS, PERFORMANCE OR SUITABILITY OF
ANY THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT, WHETHER SUCH
THIRD-PARTY SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT IS INCLUDED WITH THE
PRODUCT DISTRIBUTED BY SAMSUNG OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING
THE ABILITY TO INTEGRATE ANY SUCH SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT
WITH THE PRODUCT. THE QUALITY, CAPABILITIES, OPERATIONS,
PERFORMANCE AND SUITABILITY OF ANY SUCH THIRD-PARTY
SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT LIE SOLELY WITH THE PURCHASER
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AND THE DIRECT VENDOR, OWNER OR SUPPLIER OF SUCH THIRDPARTY SOFTWARE OR EQUIPMENT, AS THE CASE MAY BE.
This Limited Warranty allocates risk of Product failure between Purchaser
and SAMSUNG, and SAMSUNG’s Product pricing reflects this allocation of
risk and the limitations of liability contained in this Limited Warranty. The
agents, employees, distributors, and dealers of SAMSUNG are not
authorized to make modifications to this Limited Warranty, or make
additional warranties binding on SAMSUNG. Accordingly, additional
statements such as dealer advertising or presentation, whether oral or
written, do not constitute warranties by SAMSUNG and should not be relied
upon.
Samsung Electronics Canada, Inc.
©2008 Samsung Electronics Canada, Inc. SAMSUNG is a registered
trademark of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. and its related entities.
No reproduction in whole or in part allowed without prior written approval.
Specifications and availability subject to change without notice.
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Index
A
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Access Codes 34
Accessory Interface connector 11
Alarms 76
All Calls 91
Alphabet Mode 38
Answering
call 25
second call 33
Audio Recorder 70
Auto Redial 139
Auto Reject 136
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B
Battery
charging 7
installing 5
low indicator 8
removing 3
Bluetooth
Activation 140
Name 141
Options 143
Searching for new devices 140
Secure Mode 141
Service Profiles 142
Visibility 141
Bluetooth Connectivity 139
Bookmarks 115
Broadcast Messages 98
Browser 113
Browser Settings 150
Business Card 124
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Calculator 78
Calendar 71
Appointment 73
Call Barring 137
password 138
Call Functions 24
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Call History 91
Call Options 29
Call Settings 134
Call Time 94
Call Waiting 33 139
Calls
All 91
answering 25
ending 25
from contact list 25
holding 30
international 24
made 92
making 24
missed 26 92
received 92
redialing 25
waiting 139
Camcorder 64
Camera 61
Effects 63 66
Shooting Modes 62
Shortcuts 63 66
Taking Photos 61
Camera key 11
Camera Options
After Taking Photo 64
Shooting Mode 62
Camera Settings 150
Care and Maintenance 165
Characters, entering 36
Charging battery 7
Clear Key 13 18
Connectivity
Bluetooth 139
Contact
find information 118
Contact Settings 152
Contacts 118
add to Group 123
Converter 83
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Date and Time 131
Delete All 94 111
Display
Index
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I
layout 15
Settings 128
Document Viewer 86
DTMF tones, send 32
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Earpiece/Speaker 14
Emergency Call 2
Emergency Calls 164
End Key 18
Entering Text 36
Alphabet Mode 38
Using Number Mode 39
Using T9 mode 37
Using the Symbol Mode 39
Explosive Environments 163
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Games and Apps 88
Get New
Graphics 53
Ring Tunes 51
Getting Started
activating your phone 3
Graphics
get 53
Groups 123
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Headset connector 11
Health and Safety Information 158
Hold Call 30
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Keypad 13
Keypad tones
sending 31
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Light Settings 130
Backlight Time 131
Brightness 131
Keypad Light 131
Listen to Voice Mail 111
Low Battery Indicator 8
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Main Display 12
Settings 128
Maintenance 165
Making a Call 24
Media menu 49
Memory Card 20
Memory Status 153
Media 86
Messages 112
Menu Access/Confirm key 12
Menu Function List 47
Menus
using 46
Message Folders 106
Options 107
Message Templates 108
Messages 98
creating 100
Settings 112 147
Microphone 13
microSD Adapter 22
microSD Card 21
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Index
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K
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FCC Notice 167
File Transfer
Bluetooth 42
microSD Card 43
USB cable 40
Format microSD Card 23
Friends 96
Front Display 11
Settings 129
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Icons 16
Inbox 106
Instant Messenger 98
International Call 24
Internet 97 113
Browser 113
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Microsoft Office 86
Missed Alarm Events 76
Missed Calls 26 92
calling back 27
deleting 27
sending message 27
Mobile TV 95
MobileMail 96 100
MP3 Player 67
Multimedia Messaging Service 98
Multi-party Call 31
Multitasking key 13
Multitasking Menu 19
Music 49
Music Player 67 95
Mute 30
Mute keys 31
My Business Card 124
My Folder 107
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N
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Navigation keys 13
Network Selection 144
New Contact
in phone memory 120
in SIM card 122
Notes 82
Number Mode 39
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O
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On/off Switch 9
Other Files 84
Outbox 106
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R
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Radio Frequency Signals 158
Received Calls 92
Recent Log 101
Record Audio Settings 152
Recording audio 70
Recording videos 65
Redial 139
Redialing manually 25
Remote SIM Mode 142
Reset Settings 153
Responsible Use 170
Ring Tunes
get 51
Roaming 144
Rogers IM 98
Rogers Mall 48
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S
Password 34
PC Studio 3 software 42
Phone
activating 3
display 15
icons 16
layout 11
switching on/off 9
Phone Settings 132
Photo Options 55
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Photos
taking 61
Picture Album 53
Picture Message
Send 103
PIN 34
PIN2 35
Player Settings 151
Power connector 11
Power On/Power Off/Menu Exit key 13
PUK 34
PUK2 35
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Safety
Information 158
Precautions 1
Tips 171
SAR Information 168
Search
number 33
Send
Text Message 100
Send Key 19
Send key 13
Sending
DTMF tones 32
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Index
189
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Key Tones 31
Service Dialing Numbers 153
Settings
Applications 147
Audio recorder 152
Auto Reject 136
Bluetooth 139
Browser 150
Call 134
Call Barring 137
Call Waiting 139
Camera 150
Connections 144
Connectivity 139
Contact 152
Date & Time 131
Display 128
Messages 147
Network Selection 144
Phone 132
Player 151
Profiles 126
Reset 153
USB Mode 146
Short Message Service 98
Silent Mode 27
SIM card
installing 4
SMS 98
Soft keys 12
Solving Problems 155
Speakerphone 31
key 20
Special Function keys 13
Specific Absorption Rate 168
Speed Dial 93
Stopwatch 79
Switching on/off 9
Symbol Mode 39
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T
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T9 Mode 37
Tasks 80
Templates 108
Text
Entering 36
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Index
190
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Input Mode 36
Text Message 100
Settings 112
Time format 131
Timer 84
Tip Calculator 83
Tones
alert tones 126
Tools 61
Transfer Files to PC 40
Transferring Files
USB 40
Travel adapter 7
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V
Video Options
After recording a video 67
Record Mode 65
Video/Radio 95
Videos
downloading 57
recording 65
View Messages 107
Vision 95
VOD Settings 151
Voice Call Forwarding 137
Voice Mail 111
Voice mail key 13
Voice Notes 59
Voice Server 111
Volume Key 11
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Waiting call 139
Warranty 182
Web pages
Bookmarks 115
Whisper Mode 29
World Time 79
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Y
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Your Phone 10
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