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SGH-i550
User’s Guide
Using this guide
X
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information; for example:
X p. 12 (represents refer to
page 12)
→
Followed by—the order of
options or menus you must
select to perform a step; for
example: Press [ ] → Media
→ Music player. (represents
[ ], followed by Media,
followed by Music player)
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cause injury to yourself or
others
[ ]
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for example: [ ] (represents
the Power key)
Caution—situations that could
cause damage to your device
or other equipment
<>
Angled brackets—softkeys that
control different functions at
each screen; for example:
<OK> (represents the OK
softkey)
This user’s guide has been specially
designed to guide you through the
functions and features of your device. To
get started quickly, refer to the Quick
Start Guide.
Instructional icons
Before you start, familiarise yourself with
the icons you will see in this guide:
Note—notes, usage tips, or
additional information
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that comprise this device are the
property of their respective owners:
• This product includes
software licensed from
Symbian Ltd.
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Contents
Safety and usage information .......... 4
PC Studio ....................................45
Communication ........................ 11
Personal Productivity ............... 46
Calls .......................................... 11
Messages .................................... 14
Logs .......................................... 28
Communication options ................ 31
Contacts .....................................46
Calendar .....................................50
Quickoffice® ................................52
Adobe® Reader® ..........................53
Notes ..........................................54
Media ....................................... 35
Music player ................................ 35
Camera ...................................... 37
Gallery ....................................... 39
Video Editor ................................ 40
Flash® Player .............................. 43
RealPlayer® ................................ 43
Recorder .................................... 44
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Web .......................................... 55
Browse a web page .......................55
Change browser settings ...............57
Add a bookmark ...........................57
Use a bookmark ...........................57
Save a web page and view it offline 58
Download files from the web ..........59
Contents
Use the Bluetooth wireless feature . 60
Connect via USB .......................... 63
Synchronise your device ............... 65
Device manager ...........................78
Activation key manager .................80
Memory card manager ..................81
Connection manager .....................82
Additional Programs ................. 67
Settings .................................... 84
Calculator ................................... 67
Clock ......................................... 67
Converter ................................... 69
Voice Signal ................................ 71
GPS data .................................... 72
Landmarks .................................. 75
General settings ...........................84
Phone settings .............................89
Connection settings ......................91
Applications settings .....................94
Managers.................................. 76
Index...................................... 102
Connectivity ............................. 60
Troubleshooting ....................... 97
File manager ............................... 76
Application manager .................... 77
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Safety and usage
information
Comply with the following precautions to
avoid dangerous or illegal situations and
ensure peak performance of your device.
Safety warnings
Keep your device away from small
children and pets
Keep your device and all accessories out
of the reach of small children or animals.
Small parts may cause choking or serious
injury if swallowed.
Protect your hearing
Listening to a headset at high
volumes can damage your
hearing. Use only the minimum
volume setting necessary to hear
your conversation or music.
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Install mobile devices and
equipment with caution
Ensure that any mobile devices or related
equipment installed in your vehicle are
securely mounted. Avoid placing your
device and accessories near or in an air
bag deployment area. Improperly
installed wireless equipment can cause
serious injury when air bags inflate
rapidly.
Handle and dispose of batteries and
chargers with care
• Use only Samsung-approved batteries
and chargers specifically designed for
your device. Incompatible batteries
and chargers can cause serious injuries
or damage to your device.
• Never dispose of batteries in a fire.
Follow all local regulations when
disposing used batteries.
Safety and usage information
• Never place batteries or phones on or
in heating devices, such as microwave
ovens, stoves, or radiators. Batteries
may explode when overheated.
Avoid interference with pacemakers
Maintain a minimum of 15 cm (6 inches)
between mobile devices and pacemakers
to avoid potential interference, as
recommended by manufacturers and the
independent research group, Wireless
Technology Research. If you have any
reason to suspect that your device is
interfering with a pacemaker or other
medical equipment, turn off the device
immediately and contact the
manufacturer of the pacemaker or
medical equipment for guidance.
Turn off the device in potentially
explosive environments
Do not use your device at refuelling
points (service stations) or near fuels or
chemicals. Turn off your device whenever
directed by warning signs or instructions.
Your device could cause explosions or fire
in and around fuel or chemical storage
and transfer areas or blasting areas. Do
not store or carry flammable liquids,
gases, or explosive materials in the same
compartment as the device, its parts, or
accessories.
Reduce the risk of repetitive motion
injuries
When sending text messages or playing
games on your device, hold the device
with a relaxed grip, press the buttons
lightly, use special features that reduce
the number of buttons you have to press
(such as templates and predictive text),
and take frequent breaks.
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Safety and usage information
Safety precautions
Drive safely at all times
Avoid using your device while driving and
obey all regulations that restrict the use
of mobile devices while driving. Use
hands-free accessories to increase your
safety when possible.
Follow all safety warnings and
regulations
Comply with any regulations that restrict
the use of a mobile device in a certain
area.
Use only Samsung-approved
accessories
Using incompatible accessories may
damage your device or cause injury.
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Turn off the device near medical
equipment
Your device can interfere with medical
equipment in hospitals or health care
facilities. Follow all regulations, posted
warnings, and directions from medical
personnel.
Turn off the device or disable the
wireless functions when in an
aircraft
Your device can cause interference with
aircraft equipment. Follow all airline
regulations and turn off your device or
switch to a mode that disables the
wireless functions when directed by the
airline personnel.
Safety and usage information
Protect batteries and chargers from
damage
Handle your device carefully and
sensibly
• Avoid exposing batteries to very cold
or very hot temperatures (below 0° C/
32° F or above 45° C/113° F).
Extreme temperatures can reduce the
charging capacity and life of your
batteries.
• Do not allow your device to get wet—
liquids can cause serious damage. Do
not handle your device with wet hands.
Water damage to your device can void
your manufacturer’s warranty.
• Prevent batteries from contacting
metal objects, as this can create a
connection between the + and terminals of your batteries and lead to
temporary or permanent battery
damage.
• Never use a damaged charger or
battery.
• Avoid using or storing your device in
dusty, dirty areas to prevent damage
to moving parts.
• Your device is made of complex
electronics—protect it from impacts
and rough handling to avoid serious
damage.
• Do not paint your device, as paint can
clog moving parts and prevent proper
operation.
• Avoid using the device’s camera flash
or light close to the eyes of children or
animals.
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Safety and usage information
• Your device and memory cards may be
damaged by exposure to magnetic
fields. Do not use carrying cases or
accessories with magnetic closures or
allow your phone to come in contact
with magnetic fields for extended
periods of time.
Avoid interference with other
electronic equipment
Your device emits radio frequency (RF)
signals that may interfere with
unshielded or improperly shielded
electronic equipment, such as
pacemakers, hearing aids, and medical
equipment in homes or vehicles. Consult
the manufacturers of your electronic
equipment to solve any interference
problems you experience.
Important usage information
Use your device in the normal
position
Avoid contact with your device’s internal
antenna.
Allow only qualified personnel to
service your device
Allowing unqualified personnel to service
your device may result in damage to your
device and will void your warranty.
Ensure maximum battery and
charger life
• Avoid charging batteries for more than
a week, as overcharging may shorten
battery life.
• Over time, unused batteries will
discharge and must be recharged
before use.
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Safety and usage information
• Disconnect chargers from power
sources when not in use.
• Use batteries only for their intended
purpose.
Handle SIM cards and memory cards
with care
• Do not remove a card while the device
is transferring or accessing
information, as this could result in loss
of data and/or damage to the card or
device.
• Protect cards from strong shocks,
static electricity, and electrical noise
from other equipment.
• Frequent writing and erasing will
shorten the life span of memory cards.
• Do not touch gold-coloured contacts or
terminals with your fingers or metal
objects. If dirty, wipe the card with a
soft cloth.
Ensure access to emergency services
Emergency calls from your device may
not be possible in some areas or
circumstances. Before travelling in
remote or undeveloped areas, plan an
alternate method of contacting
emergency services personnel.
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
certification information
Your device conforms to European Union
(EU) standards that limit human
exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy
emitted by radio and telecommunications
equipment. These standards prevent the
sale of mobile devices that exceed a
maximum exposure level (known as the
Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR) of 2.0
watts per kilogram of body tissue.
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Safety and usage information
During testing, the maximum SAR
recorded for this model was 0.679 watts
per kilogram. In normal use, the actual
SAR is likely to be much lower, as the
device has been designed to emit only
the RF energy necessary to transmit a
signal to the nearest base station. By
automatically emitting lower levels when
possible, your device reduces your
overall exposure to RF energy.
The Declaration of Conformity at the back
of this user’s guide demonstrates your
device’s compliance with the European
Radio & Terminal Telecommunications
Equipment (R&TTE) directive. For more
information about the SAR and related
EU standards, visit the Samsung mobile
website.
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Communication
Your device allows you to send and
receive many types of calls and
messages over cellular networks and the
internet.
3. To end the call, press [
].
Make a call from the contact list
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Contacts to open your contact list.
Calls
Learn to use your device's call functions.
For basic call functions, see the Quick
Start Guide.
Call an international number
1. Press [ ] twice to insert the +
character (this replaces the
international access code).
2. Scroll to a contact or search by
entering the first few letters of the
contact's name.
3. Press [
] to call the default number
for the contact.
You can also press the trackball to
open the contact information and
select a different number or call type
(e.g., video).
2. Enter the complete number you want
to dial (country code, area code, and
phone number), and then press [
]
to dial.
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Communication
Insert a pause
View and return missed calls
When calling automated systems, you
can insert a pause between the phone
number and another set of numbers.
Your device will show missed calls on the
display.
To insert a pause, press [ ] to select the
type of pause:
• p (automatic pause)-press [ ] three
times to insert an automatic pause.
The device will pause for two seconds,
then automatically transmit the
numbers after the pause.
• w (manual pause)-press [ ] four
times to insert a manual pause. After
the pause, you must press <Send> to
transmit the remaining numbers.
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To return a missed call,
1. Press the trackball.
2. Scroll to a missed call.
3. Press [
] to dial.
Call a recently dialled number
1. In Standby mode, press [
] to
display a list of recent numbers.
2. Scroll to a number and press [
].
Communication
Divert calls
Bar (block) calls
Your service provider or network may or
may not support this feature.
To activate this function, you need a
barring password from your service
provider.
To direct your incoming calls to another
number,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Settings → Phone → Call divert.
2. Scroll to a call type and press the
trackball.
3. Scroll to a diverting type and press
<Options> → Activate.
4. For voice calls, scroll to a diverting
location (mailbox or other number)
and press the trackball.
5. If necessry, enter a phone number and
press <OK>.
To bar incoming calls from a specific
number,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Settings → Phone → Call barring.
2. Scroll to a barring type and press the
trackball.
3. Enter the barring password and press
<OK>.
If you enter the incorrect barring
password three times, the device will
lock. Contact your service provider.
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Communication
Messages
Learn to use messaging functions. For
instructions on entering text, see the
Quick Start Guide. For an explanation of
options, see "Communication options,"
X 31.
Message folders
When you open Messaging, you will see
the New message function and a list of
folders:
• Inbox: received messages, except
email and cell broadcast messages
• My folders: message templates and
saved messages
• Mailbox: received email; when you
create a mailbox, the name you specify
will appear here
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• Drafts: messages you have not yet
sent
• Sent: recent sent messages
• Outbox: temporary storage for
messages waiting to be sent
• Reports: delivery reports of text and
multimedia messages; you must
request a delivery report in the
message options before sending
• Messages sent via Bluetooth are not
saved in the Drafts or Sent folder.
• You may not receive a delivery
report for a multimedia message if
you send it to an email address.
Communication
Inbox icons
Outbox status
In the Inbox, you may see the following
icons next to your messages:
When you are outside your service area
or have no connection to the network or
email server, your messages will remain
in the Outbox until you re-establish a
connection. The outbox status explains
why a message is being held in the
Outbox:
Icon
Description
Unread text message
Multimedia message
notification
Unread multimedia message
Unread smart message
Unread service message
Data received via a Bluetooth
connection
Unknown message type
• Sending: the device is connecting and
the message will be sent immediately
• Waiting: the message is in cue behind
another message and will be sent as
soon as possible
• Resend at (time): the message has
failed to send and will be sent at the
specified time. Press <Options> →
Send to resend the message
immediately.
• Deferred: the message has been
scheduled to send at a later time
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• Failed: the device has attempted to
send the message multiple times, but
has failed
Text messages
Text messages longer than 160
characters will be sent as two or more
messages and may result in additional
charges.
Send a text message
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Messaging → New message → Text
message.
2. Enter a phone number or press the
trackball to select a contact.
3. Scroll down and enter text.
4. Press the trackball to send the
message.
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View a text message
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Messaging → Inbox.
2. Scroll to a message and press the
trackball.
Retrieve messages from a SIM card
If you have text messages stored on a
SIM card, you must copy them to the
device before you can view them.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Messaging → <Options> → SIM
messages.
2. Press <Options> → Mark/Unmark →
Mark (to select one) or Mark all (to
select all).
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3. Press <Options> → Copy → Inbox or
a folder.
You can now view the messages from the
folder on your device.
Multimedia messages
Before you can send multimedia
messages, you must define an access
point.
Set an access point
Your service provider may supply access
point settings via a smart message. To
automatically set an access point using a
smart message, see "Save smart
message data or settings to your device,"
X 27.
To manually set an access point,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Settings → Connection → Access
points.
2. Scroll down and press the trackball to
select an existing access point or press
<Options> → New access point.
3. Set access point options according to
the instructions provided by your
service provider.
Send a multimedia message
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Messaging → New message →
Multimedia message.
2. Enter a phone number or press the
trackball to select a contact.
3. Scroll down and enter a subject.
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Communication
4. Scroll down and enter text.
5. To insert an existing multimedia
object, press <Options> → Insert
object → an object type. To create
and insert a new multimedia object,
press <Options> → Insert new → an
object type.
6. Press the trackball → Send to send the
message.
You can only add images with a
resolution of 176 x 144 or lower.
• To change the message layout, press
<Options> → a text position
• To preview the message, press
<Options> → Preview
• To remove an item, press <Options>
→ Remove → an item
You can add images, sounds, or
videos to slides; however, you can
only add one type of media type per
slide.
View a multimedia message
Edit a multimedia message
You can edit your multimedia message
before sending it:
• To add fields to the message header,
press <Options> → Address fields →
a field type
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1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Messaging → Inbox.
2. Scroll to a message and press the
trackball.
Communication
Listen to voice mail
Email messages
If your voice mail number is preset by
your service provider, you can press and
hold [1] to access your voice mail. If the
voice mail number is not preset or if you
need to change the voice mail number,
Before you can send or receive email
messages, you must create a mailbox.
Create a mailbox
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Tools
→ Call mailbox.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Messaging → <Options> → Settings
→ E-mail.
2. Enter the voice mail number provided
by your service provider.
2. Scroll to Mailbox in use and press the
trackball.
3. Press <OK>.
3. Press <Yes>.
You can now access your voice mail from
Standby mode by pressing and holding
[1].
4. Press the trackball to start the mailbox
wizard and follow the onscreen
instructions.
The new mailbox will automatically
appear in Messaging. To change the
current mailbox, return to Email settings
and switch the "Mailbox in use" to
another mailbox (steps 1 and 2 above).
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Communication
If you use the POP3 protocol, the
mailbox will not update automatically
when you are online. You must
disconnect and then reconnect to view
new messages.
Send an email message
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Messaging → New message →
E-mail.
If you are offline or outside your service
area, the message will be held in the
Outbox until you are online and in your
service area.
View an email message
When you open a mailbox, you can view
previously retrieved emails offline or
connect to the email server to view new
messages. After you retrieve email
messages, you can view them offline.
2. Enter an email address or press the
trackball to select a contact.
To view new messages online,
3. Scroll down and enter a subject.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Messaging → your mailbox.
4. Scroll down and enter text.
5. Press <Options> → Insert → an
attachment type (optional).
6. Press the trackball → Send.
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2. Press <Options> → Connect.
3. Press <Options> → Retrieve e-mail.
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To view new messages offline,
To save an attachment,
1. Repeat steps 1-3 above.
1. From an open email, press <Options>
→ Attachments.
2. Press <Options> → Disconnect.
View or save email attachments
Email attachments ( ) may contain
viruses that can damage your
device. To protect your device, open
attachments only if you trust the
sender. For more information, see
"Certif. management," X 87.
2. Scroll to the attachment and press
<Options> → Save.
Delete an email message
You can delete email messages from your
device only or from both your device and
the mail server.
To view an attachment,
To delete a message from your device
only,
1. From an open email, press <Options>
→ Attachments.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Messaging → your mailbox.
2. Scroll to the attachment and press the
trackball.
2. Scroll to an email and press
<Options> → Delete → Phone only.
The attachment opens with the
corresponding application.
The email header will remain in your
mailbox until you delete the message
from the mail server.
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To delete a message from both from
device and the mail server,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Messaging → your mailbox.
2. Scroll to an email and press
<Options> → Delete → Phone and
server.
If you are offline, messages will be
deleted from the server the next time
you connect. If you are using the
POP3 protocol, deleted messages are
removed when you close the mailbox
connection.
Instant messages
You can send and receive instant
messages (IM) if your service provider
supports this feature. Before you can
send or receive instant messages, you
must set up a server.
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Set up a server
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Connectivity → IM.
A prompt asks if you want to define a
server. Press <Yes> (If the prompt
does not appear, press <Options> →
Settings → Servers).
2. Set the server options according to
instructions provided by your service
provider.
Login to the IM server
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Connectivity → IM.
2. If the device does not attempt to login
automatically, press <Options> →
Log in.
3. Enter your user ID and password, and
then press <OK>.
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4. To log out, press <Options> → Log
out.
• Record chat: record your
conversation and save it in Notes
Start a conversation
• Blocking options → Add to
blocked list: block messages from
an IM contact
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Connectivity → IM →
Conversations.
• Change own availability: change
the way you appear to other IM
contacts
2. Press <Options> → New
conversation → Enter user ID or
Select from contacts.
5. To end the conversation, press
<Options> → End conversation.
3. Enter a user ID or select a contact
from your contact list.
Accept an invitation
4. During a conversation, press
<Options> to access the following:
• Insert smiley: use one of the
preset smileys
• Send image: send an image to an
IM contact
When you are logged in to the IM server
and receive an IM invitation, your device
shows "1 new chat message." To accept
the invitation, press <Show>. If you
have multiple invitations at once, press
<Show>, scroll to an invitation, and
press <OK>.
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Add IM contacts
Change IM options
You can save IM contact information by
pressing <Options> → Add to IM
contact during a conversation. You can
also add information in IM Contacts by
pressing <Options> → New IM
contact.
When chatting, press <Options> to
change the following:
When you view your IM contacts, you
may see the following icons:
Icon
Description
the contact is online
the contact is offline
the contact is blocked
If you see no icon next to a contact’s
name, the contact is unknown.
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• Preferences: set preferences for IM
contacts and messages
• Servers: add a new server or edit
settings for an existing server
• Default server: set the default server
for instant messaging
• IM login type: set the login mode to
automatic (types) or manual
Audio messages
You can send audio messages with voice
memos or sound clips. To record a voice
memo or sound clip, see "Recorder,"
X 44.
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Send an audio message
6. Press <Options> → Send.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Messaging → New message →
Audio message.
Cell broadcast messages
2. Press <Options> → Add recipient.
3. Scroll to a recipient and press the
trackball → <OK>.
4. To insert an existing sound clip:
a. Press <Options> → Insert sound
clip → From Gallery.
b. Scroll to a sound clip and press the
trackball (skip to step 6).
5. To record and insert a new sound clip:
a. Press <Options> → Insert sound
clip → New sound clip.
b. When you finish recording, press
<Stop> to automatically attach the
sound clip to the audio message.
If your service provider supports this
function, you can subscribe to cell
broadcasts that provide automatic
notifications or news updates. To learn
about available cell broadcasts, contact
your service provider.
Add a cell broadcast topic
Contact your service provider for topic
names and numbers.
To add a topic to the list of cell
broadcasts,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Messaging → <Options> → Cell
broadcast.
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2. Press <Options> → Topic → Add
manually.
View a cell broadcast topic
3. Enter the topic name and number, and
then press <OK>.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Messaging → <Options> → Cell
broadcast.
Subscribe to a cell broadcast
2. Scroll to a topic folder and press the
trackball.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Messaging → <Options> → Cell
broadcast.
2. Scroll to a topic and press <Options>
→ Subscribe.
Your device will now receive new
messages automatically.
3. To cancel a subscription, press
<Options> → Cancel subscription.
Some connection settings may block
cell broadcasts. Contact your service
provider for the appropriate
connection settings.
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3. Scroll to a topic and press the trackball.
Set automatic notification of new cell
broadcast messages
To receive notifications when new cell
broadcast messages arrive,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Messaging → <Options> → Cell
broadcast.
2. Scroll to a topic and press <Options>
→ Hotmark.
3. To stop automatic notifications, press
<Options> → Remove hotmark.
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Smart messages
Your device can receive many kinds of
smart messages, including picture
messages, business cards, ringtones,
operator logos, calendar events, browser
bookmarks, and settings. Your service
provider may send smart messages that
you can use to load settings into your
device.
3. Press <Options> and save the data or
settings according to the smart
message type:
• Picture message: to save to the
Picture msgs. folder, select Save
• Business card: select Save
business card
• Ringing tone: to save to Gallery,
select Save
Save smart message data or settings
to your device
• Operator logo: to replace the
Standby logo, select Save
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Messaging → Inbox.
• Calendar entry: select Save to
Calendar
2. Scroll to a message and press the
trackball.
• WAP message: select Add to
bookmarks
• SMS service number: select Save
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• Voicemail server number: select
Save to contacts
• Access point settings: select Save
• E-mail settings: select Save
You may also receive an E-mail
notification, which tells you how many
new emails are in your remote mailbox.
Service messages
You may receive service messages from
your service provider that are deleted
automatically when they expire. You can
view service messages from the Inbox
(you may have to download the message
from the service provider). Contact your
service provider for more information
about service messages.
Logs
Learn to view log information about calls,
packet data, and other communication
events.
Recent calls
You can view recent and erase logs of
recently missed calls, received calls, or
dialled numbers.
View recent call logs
To view recently missed calls, received
calls, or dialled numbers,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Log →
Recent calls.
2. Scroll to a call type and press the
trackball.
To call a number from a call log, scroll
to the number and press [
].
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Erase recent call logs
Call duration
You can erase all recent call logs at once,
erase a single call log, or delete a single
number from a log.
To view the durations of your last call,
dialled number, received call, or all calls,
press [ ] → Log → Call duration.
To erase all recent call logs,
To reset the call timers,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Log →
Recent calls.
1. Press <Options> → Clear timers.
2. Press <Options> → Clear recent
calls.
2. Enter the lock code (the default lock
code is 00000000).
To erase a single call log,
Packet data
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Log →
Recent calls → a call type.
To view the amount of sent or received
packet data, press [ ] → Log → Packet
data.
2. Press <Options> → Clear list.
To erase a single number from a log,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Log →
Recent calls → a call type.
2. Scroll to a number and press [C].
To reset the packet data counters,
1. Press <Options> → Clear counters.
2. Enter the lock code (the default lock
code is 00000000).
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Communication log
Erase the communication log
You can view communication details and
filter logs with the communication log.
To permanently erase all of the log
contents, press <Options> → Clear log.
View the communication log
Log duration
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Log.
You can change the length of time that
communication events are stored in the
logs. After that time, events are
automatically erased to free up memory.
2. Scroll right to switch to the
communication log.
Some events, such as a text message
split into multiple parts, will appear as
one communication event.
To set a log duration,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Log.
Filter log events
2. Press <Options> → Settings.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Log.
3. Press <Options> → Change.
2. Scroll right to switch to the
communication log.
4. Scroll to a duration and press the
trackball.
3. Press <Options> → Filter.
4. Scroll to a filter type and press the
trackball.
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If you select No log, no
communication events will be stored
in the log.
Communication
Communication options
Text message options
From the Messaging menu, press
<Options> → Settings → Text
message to change the following
options:
• Message centres: view all defined
message centres or add a new centre
(press <Options> → New message
centre)
• Message centre in use: set a
message centre to use when sending
text messages
• Character encoding: set a character
encoding type (Full support for
Unicode reduces your maximum
message length by about one-half)
• Message validity: set a duration for
the message to be valid; if the
message cannot be delivered within
the specified time, it will be removed
from the message centre
• Message sent as: set to convert text
messages to another format
• Preferred connection: set a network
connection type
• Reply via same centre: set to use
the same message centre when
receiving a reply message
Multimedia message options
From the Messaging menu, press
<Options> → Settings → Multimedia
message to change the following
options:
• Receive report: set to receive a
report when the message has been
delivered
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• Image size: set a size for images
added to multimedia messages (when
sending a message to an email
address, the size is automatically set to
Small)
• MMS creation mode: set the mode
for creating multimedia messages
• Access point in use: set an access
point to use when sending multimedia
messages
• Multimedia retrieval: set an option
for receiving multimedia messages
• Allow anon. msgs.: set to allow or
deny messages from anonymous
senders
• Receive adverts: set to receive or
block advertisements
• Receive report: set to receive a
report when the message has been
delivered
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• Deny report sending: set to deny
delivery reports for multimedia
messages
• Message validity: set a duration for
the message to be valid; if the
message cannot be delivered within
the specified time, it will be removed
from the message centre
Email options
From the Messaging menu, press
<Options> → Settings → E-mail to
change the following options:
• Mailboxes: view a list of defined
mailboxes; for each mailbox, you can
set the following options:
Connection settings
• Incoming e-mail: set options for
incoming email
Communication
• Outgoing e-mail: set options for
outgoing email
User settings
• My name: set your user name
• Send message: set email to send
immediately or the next time you
connect to the server
• Send copy to self: set to save
copies of outgoing email
• Include signature: create a
signature to include in your email
• New e-mail alerts: set to show an
icon when you receive new email
Retrieval settings
• E-mail to retrieve: set to retrieve
email headers or full messages with
attachments (you can specify a size
limit for full messages)
• Retrieval amount: set a maximum
number of headers to retrieve at one
time
• IMAP4 folder path (IMAP4): set a
path to the folder that will sync with
the server
• Folder subscriptions (IMAP4):
connect to mailbox and update
folders
Automatic retrieval
• E-mail notifications: set to be
notified when you receive new email
• E-mail retrieval: set to
automatically retrieve email from the
server
• Mailbox in use: set a mailbox for
messages
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Service message options
From the Messaging menu, press
<Options> → Settings → Service
message to change the following
options:
• Service messages: set to receive
service messages
• Download messages: set to
automatically or manually download
new service messages
Cell broadcast message options
From the Messaging menu, press
<Options> → Settings → Cell
broadcast to change the following
options:
• Reception: set to receive cell
broadcast messages
• Language: set to receive cell
broadcast messages in All or Selected
languages
• Topic detection: set to automatically
save the topic number when you
receive a cell broadcast message that
does not belong to an existing topic
Other message options
From the Messaging menu, press
<Options> → Settings → Other to
change the following options:
• Save sent messages: set to save
copies of sent messages
• Number of saved messages: set a
maximum number of saved messages
to store in the Sent folder; as new
messages are saved, older messages
will be deleted
• Memory in use: set a memory
location to use for storing messages
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Media
Learn to use the media applications on
your device: Music player, Camera,
Gallery, Video Editor, Flash Player,
RealPlayer, Recorder, and PC Studio.
Add files to the music library
To automatically add files to the music
library,
1. Add music files to your device.
Music player
With Music player, you can play MP3 or
AAC music files.
Add files to your device
You can add music files to your device by
downloading them from the internet or
transferring them from a computer via PC
Studio (see PC Studio help) or a microSD
memory card, or Windows Media Player.
2. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ Music player.
3. Press <Options> → Music library.
4. Press <Options> → Update Music
library.
Play music files
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ Music player.
2. Press <Options> → Music library.
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3. Press <Options> → Update Music
library.
4. Scroll to a playlist.
5. Press <Options> → Play.
6. Use the following during playback:
Action
Function
Press the
Pause or resume
trackball or [5] playback (Pausing
playback is not
available for mmf
files)
Scroll up or
press [2]
Skip backward
Scroll down or
press [8]
Skip forward
Adjust volume up or
Scroll left or
down
right, press
[Volume], or
press [4] or [6]
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Action
Function
Press [0]
Stop playback
You can also access the following
options:
• To play tracks in random, press
<Options> → Random play.
• To play on track or all tracks
repeatedly, press <Options> →
Loop.
• To close the music player, leaving
music still in the background, press
<Options> → Play in background.
Create a playlist
To create a custom playlist,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ Music player.
2. Press <Options> → Music library →
Track lists.
Media
3. Press <Options> → New track list →
a memory type (if necessary).
2. Rotate the device 90°
counterclockwise (to the left).
4. Enter a name for the playlist and press
the trackball.
3. Aim the lens at the subject and make
adjustments (see "Use the keypad in
Camera mode").
5. Scroll to the new playlist and press the
trackball.
6. Press <Options> → Add tracks.
7. Scroll to a track and press the trackball
to add the track to the playlist.
4. Press the trackball or [Camera] to
capture the image.
Use the keypad in Camera mode
Action
Function
Scroll left
or right
Zoom in or out
Scroll
down
Switch to Camcorder mode
Press [1]
Switch between Sequence
mode and Normal mode
Capture a photo
Press [2]
Turn the flash on or off
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ Camera.
Press [3]
Change the memory where
the photo is saved
Camera
Your device allows you to take digital
photos (jpg format) or record videos
(mp4 format).
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Action
Function
Record a video
Press [4]
Adjust the brightness
Press [5]
Use auto focus
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ Camera.
Press [6]
Change the white balance
mode
Press [7]
Change the colour tone
Press [8]
Set the time delay before
taking a photo
Press [ ] See adjustment shortcuts
Press [0]
Change the camera settings
(see "Camera," X 95)
Press [ ] Hide or show the icons on
the screen
View a photo
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ Gallery → Images.
2. Scroll to an image and press the
trackball.
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2. Rotate the device 90°
counterclockwise (to the left).
3. Scroll right (toward the alphanumeric
keys) to launch the camcorder.
4. Aim the lens at the subject and make
any adjustments (see "Use the keypad
in Camcorder mode").
5. Press the trackball or [Camera] to
begin recording.
6. Press [Camera] to stop recording.
Use the keypad in Camcorder
mode
Action
Function
Scroll left
or right
Zoom in or out
Media
Action
Function
Play a video
Scroll up
Switch to Camera mode
Press [1]
Mute or unmute the audio
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ Gallery → Video clips.
Press [2]
Turn the flash on or off
Press [3]
Change the memory where
the video is saved
Press [4]
Adjust the brightness
Press [6]
Change the white balance
mode
Press [7]
Change the colour tone
Press [ ] See adjustment shortcuts
Press [0]
Change the camera settings
(see "Camera," X 95)
Press [ ] Hide or show the icons on
the screen
2. Scroll to a video and press the
trackball.
Gallery
You can manage all your media files and
streaming internet links from the Gallery.
Open a media file
1. To open the Gallery, press [ ] →
Media → Gallery. Your media files are
automatically organised by file type.
2. Scroll to a media folder and press the
trackball.
3. Scroll to a media file and press the
trackball.
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Add a streaming internet link to
the Gallery
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ Gallery.
3. Scroll to a link and press the trackball.
RealPlayer will launch and ask if you
want to connect to the internet.
4. Press <Yes>.
2. Scroll to the Streaming links folder
and press the trackball.
3. Press <Options> → New link → a
memory type (if necessary).
4. Enter a name and web address and
press the trackball.
Video Editor
With Video Editor, you can edit or make
videos by combining photos or videos.
Crop a video
Play streaming content from the
internet
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ Video Editor → Edit video.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ Gallery.
2. Select a video file.
2. Scroll to the Streaming links folder
and press the trackball.
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3. Press the trackball to start playback.
4. Mark the beginning and end of the new
video:
Media
• Press <Start> at the point where
you want the new video to begin.
• Press <End> at the point where you
want the new video to end.
5. Press <Options> → Settings and
change the properties for saving the
video file, such as image quality, name
prefix, and storage location.
6. When you are finished, press
<Options> → Save.
After saving the new video, the phone
plays the video automatically.
Add audio to a video
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ Video Editor → Edit video.
2. Select a video file.
3. Press the trackball to start playback.
4. Press <Options> → Audio and choose
one of the following options:
• Audio dubbing: Add one of the
sounds you have saved.
• Live dubbing: Add audio by
recording a new sound.
5. To add an existing sound, press
<Options> → Start dubbing → a
sound. To add a new sound, press
<Options> → Live dubbing and
record a sound.
After adding the sound, the phone
plays the video automatically.
6. Press <Options> → Settings and
change the properties for saving the
video file, such as image quality, name
prefix, and storage location.
7. When you are finished, press
<Options> → Save.
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Make a slideshow
You can combine photos to make a
slideshow with your favourite photos.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ Video Editor → Make photo
movie.
2. Select the photos you want and press
<Done>.
3. Use the following options:
• To change the color tone or apply a
special effect, press <Options> →
Effect.
• To insert a photo or a text, press
<Options> → Insert → Insert
photos or Insert text clip.
• To change how your slideshow plays
from one video clip or photo to the
next, press <Options> →
Transition.
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• To add audio to your slideshow,
press <Options> → Narration →
Insert.
• To set the intervals between images,
press <Options> → Duration.
• To change the order of photos, press
<Options> → Move.
• To change the properties for saving
the video file, such as image quality,
name prefix, and storage location,
press <Options> → Settings.
4. When you are finished, press
<Options> → Save.
Make a storyboard
You can combine photos and videos to
make a storyboard.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ Video Editor → Storyboard.
Media
2. Select the photos and videos you want
and press <Done>.
You can use the same options as when
making a photo movie. See the
previous section. Additionally, you can
use Edit clip to crop a selected video
or add audio to the video.
3. When you are finished, press
<Options> → Save.
Flash® Player
Your device includes Flash Player for
viewing Flash (swf) files.
To view a Flash file,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ Flash Player.
2. Scroll to a flash file and press the
trackball (scroll right to locate files
stored on a memory card).
RealPlayer®
Your device includes RealPlayer for
viewing many types of media files and
streaming content from the internet.
RealPlayer supports files with the
following extensions: 3gp, mp4, rm, ram,
ra, and rv.
Play a media file in RealPlayer
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ RealPlayer.
2. Press <Options> → Open → Most
recent clips or Saved clip.
3. Locate a media file and press the
trackball.
4. Use the following during playback:
Action
Function
Press the
trackball
Pause or resume
playback
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Recorder
Action
Function
Press [5]
Skip forward
Press [0]
Skip backward
Press [2]
Change a view mode
Record a voice clip
Press
[Volume]
Adjust volume up or
down
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ Recorder.
Play streaming web content with
RealPlayer
When you open a link to streaming web
content via your web browser, RealPlayer
will buffer and play the content (see
"Browse a web page," X 55). You can
then use the softkeys and volume key to
control options for the streaming content.
You can use the Recorder to record and
play back voice memos and sound clips.
2. Press the trackball to begin the
recording.
3. When you are finished recording, press
<Stop>.
The voice clip is automatically saved.
Play a voice clip
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media
→ Recorder.
2. Press <Options> → Go to Gallery.
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3. Scroll to a voice clip and press the
trackball.
The playback begins automatically.
4. Follow the onscreen guide to control
the playback.
Install PC Studio
1. Insert the PC Studio CD into a
Windows-compatible computer.
2. Select a language for the setup
program.
3. Follow the onscreen instructions.
PC Studio
PC Studio, which is included on the PC
Studio CD-ROM, is a Windows-based
program that allows you to manage your
personal information and sync files to
your device. For more information, install
the program and refer to the PC Studio
help.
During installation, the setup program
will automatically install the necessary
USB drivers.
Use PC Studio
To connect your phone to a computer
with PC Studio, you must change the
phone’s USB mode (see "Use PC Studio,"
X 64).
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Personal Productivity
Learn to manage contacts, schedule
calendar events, create notes, and use
QuickOffice and Adobe® Reader®.
Contacts
Learn to use contact cards and groups to
store personal information, such as
names, phone numbers, and addresses.
Create a new contact card
You can store contact cards in your
device's memory or on a SIM card.
2. Press <Options> → New contact.
3. Enter contact information.
To insert additional information
fields, press <Options> → Add
detail → a detail type. To assign an
image to the contact card, press
<Options> → Add thumbnail →
an image.
4. When you are finished entering
information, press <Done> to save
the contact card.
Create a new contact card on a SIM
card
Create a new contact card in the
device's memory
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Contacts.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Contacts.
2. Press <Options> → SIM contacts →
SIM directory (SIM card).
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3. Press <Options> → New SIM
contact.
4. Enter contact information.
5. When you are finished entering
information, press <Done> to save
the contact card.
Search for a contact card
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Contacts.
2. Enter the first few characters of the
contact name in the search box.
The contact cards are listed,
highlighting the name that most
closely matches your input.
3. Scroll to a contact and press the
trackball to open it.
Copy contact cards
To copy contact cards from one memory
location to another,
1. Open a contact list:
a. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Contacts (device memory).
b. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Contacts → <Options> → SIM
contacts → SIM directory (SIM
card).
2. Scroll to a contact and press
<Options> → Copy to Contacts or
Copy to SIM directory.
If you have inserted a memory card,
you can also copy contacts to and
from the card: press <Options> →
Copy → To memory card or From
memory card.
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Set a default number or address
Some contact cards may include more
than one number or address.
To assign a single number or address as
the default,
1. Open a contact list (see "Copy contact
cards," X 47).
2. Scroll to a contact and press the
trackball.
3. Press <Options> → Defaults.
4. Scroll to a default type and press the
trackball.
5. Scroll to a number or address and
press the trackball.
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Assign a speed dial number to a
contact card
You can assign speed dial numbers to up
to eight contact cards ([2] through [9]);
[1] is reserved as a speed dial number
for your voice mail.
To assign a speed dial number,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Contacts.
2. Scroll to a contact and press the
trackball.
3. Scroll to a phone number and press
<Options> → Assign speed dial.
4. Scroll to a speed dial number and
press the trackball.
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Assign a ringtone to a contact
card or group
You can assign a ringtone to any contact
card or group.
To assign a ringtone,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Contacts.
2. Scroll to a contact or group and press
the trackball.
3. Press <Options> → Ringing tone.
4. Scroll to a ringtone and press the
trackball.
For an individual contact, your device
will use the ringtone that was
assigned last to the contact card. For
example, if you assign a ringtone to a
group and then assign another
ringtone to a contact card within that
group, the device will use the ringtone
assigned to the contact card when
that contact calls.
Create a contact group
You can create groups of contacts and
send emails or messages to the entire
group.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Contacts.
2. Scroll right to switch to the group list.
3. Press <Options> → New group.
4. Enter a name and press the trackball.
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5. Scroll to your new group and press the
trackball to open it.
6. Press <Options> → Add members.
7. Scroll to each contact you want to add
and press the trackball.
8. When you are finished selecting
contacts, press <OK> to save them to
the group.
Sync your contacts
3. Scroll to a sync profile or device and
press the trackball.
To change sync profiles or settings,
see "Synchronise your device," X 65.
Calendar
Use the calendar to keep track of
appointments, birthdays, or other
events.
To sync your contacts by using the
current sync profile,
Create a Calendar event
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Contacts.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Calendar.
2. Scroll to a contact and press
<Options> → Synchronisation →
Start.
2. Scroll to a date and press <Options>
→ New entry → an event type:
• Meeting - a reminder at a specific
date and time
• Memo - general text
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• Anniversary - an annual reminder
of a special date
• To-do - a note about a particular
task
3. Complete the fields and adjust the
settings for your event.
4. When you are finished, press <Done>
to save your entry.
In the Synchronisation field, you
can specify whether an event is
Private (seen only by you), Public
(seen by anyone with access to your
data after you sync), or None (not
synchronised).
Stop an event alarm
If you set an alarm for a calendar event,
the alarm will sound for one minute at
the specified time. To stop the alarm,
press <Stop>. To silence the alarm,
press <Silence>. To set the alarm to
sound again shortly, press <Silence> →
<Snooze> → a snooze period.
Change Calendar options
From any calendar view, press
<Options> → Settings to change the
following options:
• Calendar alarm tone: set a
personalized alarm tone
Change the Calendar view
• Alarm snooze time: set a snooze
duration for calendar alarms
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Calendar.
• Default view: set the view that is
shown when you open the Calendar
2. Press <Options> → a view type.
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• Week starts on: set a day to show
first in week view
• Week view title: set the title of the
week view to a week number or date
Quickoffice®
With Quickoffice, you can open Word,
Excel, and PowerPoint files on your
device.
Open a Quickoffice document
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Quickoffice.
2. Scroll right to switch applications
(Quickword, Quicksheet, and
Quickpoint).
3. Scroll to a document and press the
trackball.
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4. While viewing a document, press
<Options> to use the following
options:
Option
Description
Zoom
Magnify part of a
document
Search
options
Search for text
Go to
Jump to the top or
bottom of a document
Start
autoscroll
Automatically scroll
through a document
Resize
Resize a column or row
Pan
Move right or left
Full screen Use the full display for
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Update Quickoffice
To open a PDF document,
With Quickmanager, you can download
program updates, new Quickoffice
products, or special offers.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Adobe PDF.
To update Quickoffice,
3. Scroll to a memory type and press the
trackball.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Quickoffice.
2. Scroll right to switch to
Quickmanager.
3. Scroll to a Quickmanager item and
press the trackball.
Adobe® Reader®
With Adobe Reader, you can open and
view PDF documents.
2. Press <Options> → Browse for file.
4. Scroll to a file type and press the
trackball.
5. Scroll to a file and press the trackball.
6. While viewing a document, press
<Options> to use the following
options:
Option
Description
Zoom
Magnify part of a
document
Find
Search for text
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Option
Description
View
Use the full display for
viewing or rotating the
document
Go to
Skip to another page
3. Enter text.
4. When you are finished entering text,
press <Done> to save the note.
Sync notes with other devices
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Notes.
Notes
With Notes, you can create text notes
and sync them with other devices.
Create a note
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Notes.
2. Press <Options> → New note.
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2. Scroll to a note and press <Options>
→ Synchronisation → Start.
3. Scroll to a sync profile or device and
press the trackball.
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Web
Your device allows you to connect to the
wireless web with the built-in web
browser. To connect to the web, you
must:
• Subscribe to a wireless network that
supports data calls
• Activate the data service for your SIM
card
• Obtain an internet access point from a
service provider
• Define your web settings
Your device is preset to access the
wireless web. If you cannot connect to
the web, contact your service provider
to download new browser settings.
Browse a web page
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Web.
The device shows a list of bookmarks
and folders.
2. Access a web page:
• Scroll to a bookmark or folder and
press the trackball
• Enter a web address and press the
trackball
3. While browsing a web page, press and
hold the trackball to display or hide the
toolbar:
Icon
Description
Frequently used links
Forward
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Icon
Description
Home
Page overview
• Save as bookmark: create a new
bookmark for the current page
• Rotate screen: switch to wide view
Find
• Navigation options: view
screenshots of pages you have visited
recently or reload the current page
Stop
• Zooming options: zoom in or out on
a web page
Reload
4. To close the web connection, press
<Exit>.
• If your device shows "Memory full,"
close other running applications to
free up the system memory, then
restart the browser.
• The device will show a security
indicator ( ) whenever you have
established an encrypted
connection.
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While browsing, press <Options> to
access the following:
• Tools: save pages for viewing offline,
send a web page, or view information
about a web page
• Find: search for text on a web page
Web
Change browser
settings
From the browser, press <Options> →
Settings to access the following:
• General: set access point, homepage,
history, security, and Java options
• Page: set options for loading and
displaying web content
• Privacy: set bookmark and cookie
options
• Web feeds: set the page to update
automatically
Add a bookmark
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Web.
2. Press <Options> → Bookmark
manager → Add bookmark.
3. Enter the bookmark name, address,
and access point, as well as a user
name and password if desired.
4. Press <Options> → Save.
Use a bookmark
While browsing, you can also access
bookmarks (see "Add a bookmark,"
X 57). Press <Options> → Bookmarks
to access the following:
Icon
Description
Start page of the access point
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Web
Icon
Description
Folder of automatic bookmarks
Folder you have created
Default folder
Web feed folder
Bookmark
Save a web page
1. Use your browser to access the web
page (see "Browse a web page,"
X 55).
2. Press <Options> → Tools → Save
page.
The web page is saved to your device.
View a saved web page
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Web.
Save a web page and
view it offline
When you save a web page, you can view
a copy of it offline without connecting to
the web. The saved copy will not update
automatically, so you must reconnect to
the web periodically to retrieve the
current version.
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2. Scroll to Saved pages and press the
trackball.
3. Scroll to a saved web page and press
the trackball.
4. To update the web page, press
<Options> → Navigation options →
Reload.
Web
Download files from the
web
When you download files from the web,
your device stores them in a
corresponding folder in the Gallery. For
example, your device will store
downloaded images in the Images
folder.
Files you download from the web
can include viruses that will damage
your device. To lessen your risk,
only download files from sources
you trust.
Some media files include Digital
Rights Management to protect
copyrights. This protection may
prevent you from downloading,
copying, modifying, or transferring
some files.
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Connectivity
Learn to transfer data to and from your
device via the Bluetooth wireless feature
or the PC data cable.
Use the Bluetooth
wireless feature
2. Scroll to Bluetooth and press the
trackball.
3. To make your device visible to others,
scroll to My phone's visibility and
press the trackball.
4. Select a visibility option and press the
trackball.
You can connect with other Bluetoothenabled wireless devices over a distance
of 10 metres (30 feet). Walls or other
obstacles between devices may block or
impair the wireless connection.
Search for and pair with a
Bluetooth-enabled device
Turn on the Bluetooth wireless
feature
2. Scroll right to open the paired device
list.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Connectivity → Bluetooth.
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1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Connectivity → Bluetooth.
Connectivity
3. Press <Options> → New paired
device.
Your device searches for and displays
a list of Bluetooth-enabled devices:
Icon
Device type
Mobile phone
5. Enter the Bluetooth passcode and
press the trackball.
To pair with another Bluetoothenabled device, both devices must
use the same passcode. Headsets or
hands-free car kits may use a fixed
passcode, such as 0000.
Headset
6. To allow the device to send and
receive data without confirmation,
press <Yes>. Otherwise, press <No>
to require confirmation.
Hands-free car kit
Change paired device options
Audio device
From the paired device list, press
<Options> to access the following:
Unknown device
• New paired device: search for
another Bluetooth-enabled device
Computer
4. Scroll to a device and press the
trackball.
• Connect to audio device: pair with a
headset or car kit
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Connectivity
• Assign short name: set a short name
for a paired device
4. Scroll to a paired device and press the
trackball.
• Set as authorised/Set as
unauthorised: set to allow another
device to connect automatically or
require permission
5. If necessary, enter a passcode and
press <OK>.
• Delete: remove a device from the list
• Delete all: remove all devices from
the list
Receive data via the Bluetooth
wireless feature
• Exit: close the paired device list
1. When another device attempts to
access yours, press <Yes> to permit
the connection.
Send data via the Bluetooth
wireless feature
2. Press <Yes> again to confirm that you
are willing to receive data from the
device (if necessary).
1. Select a file or item to send.
2. Press <Options> → Send.
3. Scroll to Via Bluetooth and press the
trackball.
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Accepted items are placed in your
Inbox. The icon indicates messages
received via Bluetooth.
Connectivity
Activate Remote SIM mode
To use Remote SIM mode with a
compatible hands-free car kit,
1. Connect to your device from an
authorised hands-free car kit.
2. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Settings → Connection → Bluetooth
→ Remote SIM mode → On.
You can now make or answer calls only
with the connected hands-free car kit
via the SIM card on your device.
To deactivate it, press [
remote SIM mode.
] → Exit
Connect via USB
Set a default action for your USB
connection
To set your device to perform a default
action when you connect the device to a
computer with the PC data cable,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Connectivity → USB.
2. Set the default USB mode (Media
player, PC Studio, or Data
transfer).
You can also set your device to Ask
on connection, instead of using a
default USB mode. If you use this
setting, your device will prompt you to
choose the USB mode every time you
connect to a computer.
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Connectivity
Use PC Studio
1. Change the USB connection to PC
Studio.
2. Connect your device to a computer
with the PC data cable.
3. Run PC Studio and manage personal
data and media files.
Refer to the PC Studio help for more
information.
Synchronise with Windows
Media Player
You can copy music files to the device by
synchronising with Windows Media Player
11.
1. Change the USB connection to Media
player.
2. Connect your device to a computer
with the PC data cable.
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3. Select Sync digital media files to
this device when a pop-up window
appears on your PC.
4. Enter the name of your device and
click Finish.
5. Select and drag the music files you
want to the sync list.
6. Click Start Sync.
7. When synchronisation is finished,
disconnect the device from the PC.
Copy music files to a memory
card
1. Insert a memory card into the device.
2. Change the USB connection to Data
transfer.
3. Connect your device to a computer
with the PC data cable.
Connectivity
4. Select Open folder to view files
when a pop-up window appears on
your PC.
5. Copy files from the PC to the memory
card.
6. When you are finished, disconnect the
device from the PC.
Synchronise your device
Learn to synchronise the data on your
device with data on a computer or other
wireless device.
Create a new sync profile
Your device includes a sync profile for PC
Studio.
To create a new sync profile,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Connectivity → Sync.
2. Press <Options> → New sync
profile.
3. Press <Yes> to copy settings from an
existing profile or <No> to define new
settings.
4. Define the following:
• Sync profile name: set a name for
the profile
• Applications: set the applications to
sync
• Connection settings: set options
for connecting to the network
5. Press <Back> to save your new
profile.
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Connectivity
Synchronise data
1. Connect your device to another
Bluetooth-enabled wireless device (see
"Search for and pair with a Bluetoothenabled device," X 60).
2. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Connectivity → Sync.
3. Press <Options> → Synchronise.
4. Scroll to a device and press the
trackball, if necessary.
Your device displays a progress meter
at the bottom of the screen.
After synchronisation is complete, you
can press <Options> → View log to
view a list of data that was changed.
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Additional Programs
Learn to use the Calculator, Clock,
Converter, Voice Signal, GPS data, and
Landmarks.
Calculator
To use the calculator,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Calculator.
2. Use the alphanumeric keys and the
navigation key to perform basic
mathematical operations.
Press [ ] to insert a decimal. Press
[C] to clear a result. Press [ ] to
switch functions.
3. When performing calculations, press
<Options> to access the following:
• Memory: save, recall, or clear the
calculator’s temporary memory
• Clear screen: clear all calculations
on the screen
• Last result: insert the result from
the last calculation
Clock
In the Clock application, you can adjust
clock settings, set alarms, and create a
world clock.
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Additional Programs
Change clock settings
Stop an alarm
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Clock.
When an alarm sounds, press <Stop> to
end the alarm or <Snooze> to repeat
the alarm after a specified time. You can
delay the alarm (snooze) up to five
times.
2. Press <Options> → Settings (see
"Date and time," X 86).
Set a new alarm
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Clock.
2. Scroll right to the Alarm view.
3. Press <Options> → New alarm.
Your current profile setting will not
affect the volume of a clock alarm.
Create a world clock
With a world clock, you can monitor the
time in another city or country.
4. Set alarm details.
To create a world clock,
5. Press <Done>.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Clock.
2. Scroll right to the World view.
3. Press <Options> → Add city.
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Additional Programs
4. Scroll to a city and press the trackball
or enter the first few letters of the city
name to search the list.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to add more
cities, if necessary.
6. When you are finished adding cities,
press <Exit>.
Converter
With Converter, you can convert
measurements or currencies from one
unit to another. To convert currencies,
you must first set a base currency and
exchange rate.
Add currencies and exchange
rates
The value of the base currency is
always 1. You must enter exchange
rates for other currencies as they
relate to one unit of the base
currency. Exchange rates change
often. To ensure an accurate
conversion, you must enter a current
exchange rate.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Converter.
2. Scroll right until the type shows
Currency.
3. Press <Options> → Currency rates.
4. Scroll to a currency and press
<Options> → Rename currency.
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Additional Programs
5. Enter the name of the base currency
and press the trackball.
2. Scroll right until the type shows
Currency.
6. Press <Options> → Set as base
currency.
3. Scroll down to Unit and scroll right to
select a currency to convert.
7. Press the trackball to confirm.
4. Scroll down to Amount and enter the
amount to convert.
To add other currencies and exchange
rates,
1. Repeat steps 1-4 above.
2. Enter the name of a new currency and
press the trackball.
3. Scroll to the new currency and enter
the exchange rate.
Convert currencies
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Converter.
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5. Scroll down to Unit and scroll right to
select a currency to convert to.
The device displays the conversion
result.
Convert measurements
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Converter.
2. Scroll right to change the type of
measurement.
3. Scroll down to Unit and scroll right to
change the base unit, if necessary.
Additional Programs
4. Scroll down to Amount and enter the
base amount.
2. After a beep, say “Call” and then a
person’s name stored in Contacts.
5. Scroll down to Unit and scroll right to
change the conversion unit, if
necessary.
3. If there are similar names, the device
displays the 3 best candidates and
then recites the name and number
that most closely matches your
command.
The device displays the conversion
result.
Voice Signal
With Voice Signal, you can make calls,
retrieve contact information, launch
applications, and send text messages
with voice commands.
Use name dialling
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Tools
→ Voice Signal.
4. If the name or number is not the one
you want, say “No,” and then repeat
until you hear what you want.
5. When you hear the name you want,
say “Yes.”
Search for contacts
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Tools
→ Voice Signal.
You will hear, “Say a command.”
You will hear, “Say a command.”
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Additional Programs
2. After a beep, say “Look up” and then
the full name of the contact card (first
name followed by the last name).
3. If there are similar names, the phone
displays the 3 best candidates and
then recites the name and number
that most closely matches your
command.
4. If the name or type is not what you
wanted, say “No”, and then repeat
until you hear what you want.
5. When you hear the name you want,
say “Yes.”
Open applications by voice
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Tools
→ Voice Signal.
You will hear, “Say a command.”
2. Say “Open” and then the name of an
application.
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Send a text message
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Tools
→ Voice Signal.
You will hear, “Say a command.”
2. Say “Send SMS” and then the name of
a recipient.
When the editor opens with the
recipient entered, enter your message
text.
GPS data
You can view GPS data to help you
navigate, show your position, or monitor
trip details. Before you can use GPS data,
you must activate a positioning method
via a Bluetooth wireless connection or a
wireless network connection.
Additional Programs
For information about mobile
navigation, refer to http://
samsung.navigon.com. This may not
be available depending on your
country or service provider.
Activate a positioning method
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Tools
→ GPS data.
2. Press <Options> → Positioning
settings.
3. Scroll to a positioning method
(Integrated GPS, Bluetooth GPS, or
Network based) and press
<Options> → Enable.
If you enable Bluetooth GPS, you
must pair with a Bluetooth-enabled
device (see "Search for and pair with
a Bluetooth-enabled device," X 60).
Once you activate a positioning
method, your device will attempt to
open that connection when you launch
GPS data.
Navigate with GPS data
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Tools
→ GPS data.
2. Scroll to Navigation and press the
trackball.
3. Press <Options> → Set destination
→ Coordinates.
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Additional Programs
4. Enter the latitude and longitude of
your destination and press the
trackball.
Your device will display the direction of
your destination, your current speed,
and the duration of your trip.
Monitor trip details
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Tools
→ GPS data.
2. Scroll to Trip distance and press the
trackball.
5. To stop the GPS navigation, press
<Options> → Stop navigation.
3. Press <Options> → Start.
View your current position
4. To stop monitoring trip details, press
<Options> → Stop.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Tools
→ GPS data.
2. Scroll to Position and press the
trackball.
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Your device will track trip details,
including distance, time, and speed.
Additional Programs
Landmarks
With Landmarks, you can save your
current location or manually enter new
locations.
To add a landmark,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Tools
→ Landmarks.
2. Press <Options> → New landmark →
Current position or Enter manually.
To add your current location
automatically, your device must
have an active connection.
3. Enter details about the landmark, if
necessary.
4. When finished entering landmark
information, press <Done>.
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Managers
Learn to manage files, applications,
device configurations, activation keys,
and connections.
File manager
With File manager, you can search for
and organise your files or folders.
Search for a file or folder
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → File manager.
2. Press <Options> → Find.
3. Scroll to a memory type and press the
trackball.
4. Enter text in the search field and press
the trackball.
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5. To open a file or folder from the search
results, scroll to the file or folder and
press the trackball.
Create a new folder
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → File manager.
2. Press <Options> → New folder.
3. Enter a folder name and press the
trackball.
Move a file to a folder
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → File manager.
2. Scroll to a file or folder and press
<Options> → Move to folder.
Managers
3. Scroll to a folder and press the
trackball.
4. If necessary, scroll to a subfolder and
press the trackball.
5. Press the trackball.
Application manager
Your device supports applications made
for the Symbian OS and the Java
platform, Micro Edition (J2ME™). Your
device will not support applications made
for other operating systems or Java
platforms (including PersonalJava™). To
download applications to your device, see
"Download files from the web," X 59.
Install a new application
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Installed → App. mgr.
2. Scroll to an application and press
<Options> → Installed.
3. Follow any onscreen prompts and
instructions.
The application manager
automatically tries to verify an
application's digital signatures and
certificates during installation and will
show a warning if the application does
not meet normal security
requirements. To protect your device
and your data, do not install
applications that do not have valid
digital signatures or certificates.
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Managers
Change installation options
From the Application manager menu,
press <Options> → Settings to access
the following:
• Software installation: set to allow or
block installations
• Online certificate check: set to
check for online certificates when
installing applications
• Default web address: set a default
web address for checking online
certificates
Remove an application
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Installed → App. mgr.
2. Scroll to an application and press
<Options> → Remove.
3. Press <Yes> to confirm.
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Device manager
This feature is network-dependent and
may not be available from your service
provider. If available, Device manager
allows your service provider to assist you
with device configurations. Before you
can start a configuration session, you
must define a server profile.
Define a server profile
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Tools
→ Device mgr.
2. Press <Options> → New server
profile.
3. Set the following server options
according to the instructions provided
by your service provider:
• Server name: name the server
Managers
• Server ID: set the ID of the remote
server
• Server password: set the password
that must be used by the device
manager to sync your device
• Access point: set an access point
• Host address: set the web address
of the host server
• Port: set a port to use for the device
manager
• User name: set a user name for this
profile
• Password: set a user password for
this profile
• Allow configuration: set to allow
the server to configure your device
• Auto-accept all requests: set to
automatically accept new
configuration requests
• Network authentication: set to
require network authentication
4. When you are finished setting the
options, press <Back>.
Start a configuration session
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Tools
→ Device mgr.
2. Scroll to a server profile and press
<Options> → Start configuration.
3. Press <Yes> to confirm.
4. If required, scroll to an access point
and press the trackball.
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Managers
Activation key manager
When you download digital content, you
may need to purchase an activation key
from the website that allows you to
access the file.
View activation keys
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Tools
→ Actv. keys.
2. Scroll to a folder and press the
trackball:
When your activation key expires, you
must purchase additional rights to use
the media file.
To restore an expired activation key,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Tools
→ Actv. keys.
2. Scroll to Invalid keys and press the
trackball.
• Valid keys: all valid activation keys
3. Scroll to an activation key and press
<Options> → Get new key.
• Invalid keys: expired activation
keys
4. Press <Yes> to confirm.
• Not in use: activation keys of media
files that are no longer stored on the
device
3. Scroll to an activation key and press
the trackball.
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Restore an expired activation
key
5. Follow the onscreen instructions.
Managers
Memory card manager
Back up data to a memory card
With Memory card manager, you can
back up and restore data, protect a
memory card with a password, or view
memory details. Before you can use a
memory card for the first time, you must
format the card.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Memory.
Format a memory card
Restore data from a memory
card
Your device supports FAT16 or FAT32
file systems.
1. Insert a memory card (see the Quick
Start Guide).
2. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Memory.
2. Press <Options> → Back up phone
memory
3. Press <Yes> to confirm.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Memory.
2. Press <Options> → Restore from
card.
3. Press <Yes> to confirm.
3. Press <Options> → Format memory
card.
4. Press <Yes> to confirm.
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Managers
Protect a memory card with a
password
Devices that do not support this
feature, such as personal computers,
cannot read the card while the
password protection is active. Remove
the password protection from the card
to use it with those devices.
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Memory.
2. Press <Options> → Set password.
3. Enter and confirm a password (up to 8
characters).
4. To remove the password, press
<Options> → Remove password.
The device will prompt you to enter
and confirm the password again.
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View memory details
To view the used and available memory
on your memory card,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Organiser → Memory.
2. Press <Options> → Memory details.
Connection manager
With Connection manager, you can view
the details of data connections and close
open connections.
View connection details
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Connectivity → Conn. mgr.
Managers
2. Scroll to a connection and press
<Options> → Details to access the
following:
• Name: the current access point or
modem (if using a dial-up
connection)
• Bearer: the type of data connection
• Status: the connection status
• Total: the total amount of data
received and sent
• Received: the amount of data
received
• Acc.pt.: name of the access point in
use
• Shared: the number of applications
using the same connection
Close an open connection
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Connectivity → Conn. mgr.
2. Scroll to a connection and press
<Options> → Disconnect.
3. Press <Yes> to confirm.
• Sent: the amount of data sent
• Duration: the length of time the
connection has been open
• Speed: current upload and
download speeds
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Settings
Learn about your device settings. To
access your device settings,
1. In Standby mode, press [ ] →
Settings.
2. Scroll to a category (General, Phone,
Connection, or Applications) and
press the trackball.
You can also access some settings
from other menus: press <Options>
→ Settings.
Display
• Brightness - set the brightness of the
display
• Font size - set the size of the text on
the display
• Welcome note/logo - set a text note
or image that shows when you turn on
the device
• Backlight on time - set the delay
before the backlight dims
• Dim time - set the delay before the
dimmed backlight turns off
General settings
Personalisation
Control the appearance and behavior of
your display, Standby mode, tones, and
language (for Themes settings, see the
Quick Start Guide).
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Standby mode
• Active standby - set to show
application shortcuts and calendar
events in Standby mode
• Shortcuts - set the softkey shortcuts
for Standby mode
Settings
• Active standby apps. - set the
application shortcuts to show in
Standby mode
• Vibrating alert - set a vibrating alert
for incoming voice calls and text or
multimedia messages
Tones
• Keypad tones - set the volume for
keypad tones
• Ringing tone - set a ringtone for
incoming voice calls
• Video call tone - set a ringtone for
incoming video calls
• Warning tones - set the device to
sound a warning tone (e.g., when the
battery is low)
• Ringing type - set a ring type
Language
• Ringing volume - set the volume for
ringtones and message alerts
• Phone language - set a display
language (for all menus and
applications)
• Message alert tone - set a tone for
incoming text or multimedia messages
• E-mail alert tone - set a tone for
incoming email messages
• Calendar alarm tone - set a tone for
calendar events
• Clock alarm tone - set a tone for a
clock alarm
• Writing language - set a language for
writing messages (for all text editors
and dictionaries)
• Predictive text - turn Predictive text
on or off (for all text editors)
Trackball sensibility
Adjust the sensitivity level of the
trackball to better recognise your press
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Settings
Date and time
Control the appearance and behavior of
the date, time, and alarms.
• Time - set the current time (press [C]
to switch between am and pm)
• Time zone - set the time zone
• Date - set the current date
• Date format - set a display format for
the date
• Date separator - set a date separator
• Time format - set a time format
• Time separator - set a time separator
• Clock type - set a clock type for the
display
• Clock alarm tone - set a tone for a
clock alarm
• Alarm snooze time - set the delay for
alarms to repeat
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• Workdays - set the days of the week
to sound alarms
• Network operator time - set the
network to automatically update the
time and date
Enhancement
Set the device to use either the headset
or a wireless car kit as the default
enhancement: press <Options> → Set
as default. You can change the following
settings for either enhancement:
• Default profile - set the default
profile for the enhancement
• Automatic answer - set the
enhancement to automatically answer
incoming calls (when connected to the
device)
Settings
Security
Set security codes and manage security
certificates or security modules.
Phone and SIM card
• PIN code request - set the device to
request a PIN code each time you turn
it on
• PIN code - set a PIN code for the
device
• PIN2 code - set a PIN2 code (supplied
with some SIM cards)
• Phone autolock period - set the
delay before the device locks
automatically
• Lock code - set a lock code for the
device
• Auto key lock - set to lock the keypad
automatically when the display turns
off
• Lock if SIM card changed - set the
device to lock automatically when the
SIM card is changed
• Closed user group - set the device to
restrict calls to and from a selected
group of users
• Confirm SIM services - set the
device to show a confirmation message
when you use a SIM service
Certif. management
Your device uses digital certificates to
verify the identity and authenticity of
various online services and software.
These certificates help keep your
personal data secure and help you avoid
viruses and other dangerous software. In
Certificate management, you can view
certificate details, delete certificates, or
change the following trust settings:
• Internet - set the device to verify web
servers that use this certificate
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Settings
• Online certif. check - set the device
to check the certificate against a list of
revoked certificates
• VPN - set the device to verify VPN
connections that use this certificate
Security module
Manage security modules on your device.
Factory settings
Reset settings to their factory defaults.
You must enter the lock code to reset the
device. After entering the code, the
device will restart.
Positioning
Control the methods and servers your
device uses to retrieve global positioning
information.
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Positioning methods
• Integrated GPS - set the device to
use the internal GPS to retrieve global
positioning information
• Bluetooth GPS - set the device to use
the Bluetooth feature to retrieve global
positioning information
• Network based - set the device to
use the cellular network to retrieve
global positioning information
Positioning servers
• Access point - set an access point for
the global positioning server
• Server address - set a web address
for the global positioning server
Settings
Phone settings
Call
Control how your device handles calls
with caller ID, call waiting, speed dial,
and other call settings.
• Show call duration - set to show the
length of a call
• Summary after call - set to show a
summary after a call
• Speed dialling - set to allow speed
dialling
• Send my caller ID - set to send your
caller ID based on your preferences or
network settings
• Anykey answer - set to answer a call
when you press any key (except
[Volume], [ ], and [ ]).
• Call waiting - set to alert you of an
incoming call while you are on a call
• Alert during call - set to sound a tone
when you receive a message during a
call
• Reject call with SMS - set to send a
text message to callers you reject
• Message text - set the message to
send to rejected callers
• Image in video call - set an image to
use during a video call
• Side volume key - set [Volume] to
mute the ringer or reject calls when
pressed during an incoming call
• Line in use - if your SIM card supports
two lines, set one line as the default for
outgoing calls and text messages.
• Automatic redial - set to
automatically redial an unconnected
call
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Settings
Call divert
Direct incoming calls to another number.
When you divert calls, you must specify a
receiving number or delay time for
diverted calls.
Voice calls
• All voice calls - set to divert all voice
calls
• If busy - set to divert calls when you
are on another call
• If not answered - set to divert calls
you do not answer
• If out of reach - set to divert calls
when you are outside the service area
• If not available - set to divert calls
when your device is off
Data and video calls
• All data and video calls - set to
divert all data and video calls
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• If busy - set to divert calls when you
are on another call
• If not answered - set to divert calls
you do not answer
• If out of reach - set to divert calls
when you are outside the service area
• If not available - set to divert calls
when your device is off
Call barring
• Outgoing calls - set to prevent all
outgoing calls
• International calls - set to prevent
calls to international numbers
• International calls except to home
country - set to prevent international
calls to countries other than your home
country
• Incoming calls - set to prevent all
incoming calls
Settings
• Incoming calls when abroad - set to
prevent incoming calls when you are
outside your home service area
• Cell info display - set to indicate
when the device is used in a Micro
Cellular Network
Network
• Operator Settings - check your
service provider according to the SIM
card you are using
Control network modes and selection
methods.
• Network mode - set to operate on
UMTS or GSM networks or set to
operate on both ("dual mode")
• Operator selection - set the device to
automatically or manually select a list
of cellular networks
To receive service on another
network, you must select one that
has a roaming agreement with your
home network.
Connection settings
Bluetooth
Control the Bluetooth wireless feature.
• Bluetooth - turn the Bluetooth feature
on or off
• My phone's visibility - make your
device visible to or hidden from other
Bluetooth-enabled devices and set how
long the device is visible to other
Bluetooth-enabled devices
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Settings
• My phone's name - set a name for
your device
• Remote SIM mode - activate Remote
SIM mode to make a call from a
Bluetooth hands-free car kit connected
to your device
USB
Control how your device behaves when
you connect it to a computer.
• USB mode - set to Media player
(when synchronising with Windows
Media Player to copy media files), PC
Studio (when using PC Studio to sync
files), or Data transfer (when using a
memory card to transfer files)
• Ask on connection - set to ask which
mode to use when you connect to a
computer
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Access points
Control access point connections,
passwords, and homepages.
• Connection name - set a name for
the access point connection
• Data bearer - set a data transmission
type
• Access point name - set the web
address for the access point
• User name - set a user name
• Prompt password - set to ask for a
password when you connect to the
access point
• Password - set a password for the
access point
• Authentication - set an
authentication mode
• Homepage - set a homepage for
access points that connect to web
services
Settings
You can also define advanced settings for
Access points: press <Options> →
Advanced settings.
• Proxy port number - set the port
number of the proxy server
• Network type - set a network type
(IPv6 or IPv4)
Packet data
• Phone IP address (IPv4 only) - set
the IP address of your device
• DNS address (IPv4) - set primary and
secondary domain name server (DNS)
addresses or set to 0.0.0.0 for
automatic detection
• DNS address (IPv6) - set primary and
secondary domain name server (DNS)
addresses or set to Automatic (use
automatic detection) or Well-known
(use well-known IPv6 addresses)
• Proxy server address - set the IP
address of the proxy server
Control packet data connections when
using a GPRS network.
• Packet data connection - set to open
a packet data connection, When
needed (if an application needs to
send packet data) or When available
(anytime a packet data connection on
a GPRS network becomes available)
• Access point - set an access point
name to send packet data to a
computer (see PC Studio help)
• High speed packet access - set the
device to use a high-speed packet
access connection
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Settings
Configurations
Streaming (Proxy)
View network configurations received
from your service provider. To apply the
configurations, press <Options> →
Save.
• Use proxy - set to use a proxy server
Applications settings
• Proxy server address - set the
address of a proxy server
• Proxy port number - set the port
number of a proxy server
Streaming (Network)
RealPlayer
• Default access point - set a default
access point
Control how RealPlayer behaves when
playing videos or streaming media.
• Online time - set a time to remain
online when RealPlayer is inactive
Video
• Lowest UDP port - set the lower end
of a range of server ports
• Contrast - set the contrast for the
video playback
• Loop - set to loop video playback
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• Highest UDP port - set the higher
end of a range of server ports
Settings
Camera
Video
Control how the camera behaves when
you capture images or videos.
• Length - set to capture short or
maximum length videos
Image
• Video resolution - set a resolution for
new videos
• Image quality - set to capture High,
Normal, or Basic quality images
• Default video name - set a default
label for new videos
• Show captured image - set to review
a captured image before returning to
Camera mode
• Memory in use - set a location to
store new videos
• Image resolution - set a resolution
for new images
Voice recorder
• Default image name - set a default
label for new images
• Memory in use - set a location to
store new images
• Light metering - set to use a Matrix
or Spot light meter
Control the quality and memory location
of voice clips.
• Recording quality - set to record
High or MMS compatible voice clips
• Memory in use - set a location to
store new voice clips
• Auto Focus - set to use auto focus
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Settings
App. manager
Control how your device behaves when
you install new applications.
• Software installation - set to install
only programs with signed security
certificates (Signed only) or to install
all programs
• Online certificate check - set to
require that applications pass a
security certificate check
• Default web address - set a default
web address to use when checking
security certificates
Log
Set how long the Log will store call and
packet data information.
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Troubleshooting
If you have trouble with your device, try
these procedures before you contact a
service professional.
Contacting a service centre
If you have attempted the
troubleshooting solution and are still
having problems with your device, make
a note of the following information and
contact your local dealer or Samsung
after-sales service:
• Model number(s) of your device
• Serial number(s) of your device
• A clear description of the problem
When contacting Samsung, use the
contact phone numbers, web addresses,
or postal addresses for your country of
residence.
When you turn on your device, the
following messages may appear:
Message
Try this to solve the
problem:
Insert SIM Ensure that the SIM card is
card
installed correctly.
Locked
The autolock feature is
enabled. To use the device,
you must press <Unlock>
and enter the code. To
disable the autolock feature,
1. Press [ ] → Settings →
General → Security →
Phone and SIM card.
2. Set the Phone autolock
period to None.
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Troubleshooting
Message
PIN code
Try this to solve the
problem:
When using the device for
the first time or when the
PIN code request is enabled,
you must enter the PIN
supplied with the SIM card.
To disable the PIN code
request feature,
1. Press [ ] → Settings →
General → Security →
Phone and SIM card.
2. Set the PIN code request
to Off.
PIN code
blocked.
Enter PUK
code
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Your SIM card is blocked,
usually as a result of
entering your PIN
incorrectly several times.
You must enter the PUK
supplied by your service
provider.
Your device does not show a signal
(no bars next to the network icon)
• If you just turned on the device, wait
about 2 minutes for your device to find
the network and receive a signal.
• You may not be able to receive a signal
in tunnels or elevators. Move to an
open area.
• You may be between service areas.
You should receive a signal when you
enter a service area.
You forgot a security, PIN, or PUK
code
The default lock code is 00000000. If
you forget or lose this or another code,
contact the seller or your service
provider.
Troubleshooting
Your display shows white lines
The display may show white lines if you
have turned the device on after a long
period of disuse or if you removed the
battery without first turning off the
device. The display should correct itself in
a short time.
You enter a number, but the call is
not dialled
• Ensure that you have pressed [
].
• Ensure that you have accessed the
right cellular network.
• Re-enter and save the number, if
necessary.
Another caller cannot hear you
speaking
• Ensure that you are not blocking the
built-in microphone.
• Move the built-in microphone closer to
your mouth.
• If using a headset, ensure that it is
properly connected.
The sound quality of a call is poor
• Ensure that you have not set call
barring for the phone number.
• Ensure that you are not blocking the
internal antenna on top of the device.
You select a contact to call, but the
call is not dialled
• When you are in areas with weak
signals, you may lose reception. Move
to another area and try again.
• Ensure that the correct number is
stored in the contact information.
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Troubleshooting
The battery does not charge properly
or sometimes your device turns itself
off while charging
• Disconnect the device from the
charger, remove and reinstall the
battery, and try charging again.
• The battery terminals may be dirty.
Wipe both gold-coloured contacts with
a clean, soft cloth and try charging the
battery again.
• If the battery no longer charges
completely, dispose of the old battery
properly and replace it with a new
battery.
Your device is hot to the touch
When you use several applications at
once, your device requires more power
and may heat up. This is normal and
should not affect your device’s lifespan or
performance.
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Your device prompts you to delete
some data
The available memory is low. Move your
data to a memory card or delete old
items from applications.
An application is frozen (will not
respond)
1. Press and hold [ ] to open the
application list.
2. Scroll to the application that is frozen
and press [C] and then <Yes>.
3. Launch the application again.
Troubleshooting
You cannot find a Bluetooth-enabled
device
• Ensure that both devices have
activated the Bluetooth feature.
• Ensure that the distance between the
devices is not more than 10 metres
and that they are not separated by
walls or other obstacles.
• Ensure that each device's visibility is
not set to Hidden.
• Ensure that both devices are
compatible with Bluetooth wireless
technology.
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Index
access points, 92
activation keys, 80
Adobe Reader, 53
applications
changing options, 78
changing options, 51
changing views, 51
creating events, 50
stopping event alarms, 51
calls
installing, 77
barring (blocking), 13, 90
supported, 77
dialling, 11
verifying certificates, 77
diverting, 13, 90
Bluetooth
activating, 60
changing options, 61
connecting to other devices, 60
receiving data, 62
sending data, 62
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Calendar
inserting pause, 12
viewing missed, 12
viewing recently dialled, 12
certificates, 87
clock
changing settings, 68
Index
creating world clock, 68
setting alarms, 68
stopping alarms, 68
contacts
assigning default numbers or
addresses, 48
assigning ringtones, 49
assigning speed dial numbers, 48
creating contact cards, 46
date and time, 86
device manager
defining server profiles, 78
starting a configuration, 79
display, 84
enhancement, 86
files and folders
creating contact groups, 49
creating new folders, 76
searching for contact cards, 47
file manager, 76
synchronising, 50
moving, 76
converter
adding curencies, 69
converting currencies, 70
converting measurements, 70
searching, 76
Flash Player see media
Gallery see media
setting exchange rates, 69
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GPS
activating positioning methods, 73
monitoring trip details, 74
navigating, 73
landmarks, 75
language, 85
media
accessing streaming content, 40, 44
opening files in Gallery, 39
playing Flash files, 43
playing media files, 39, 43
playing voice clips, 44
recording voice clips, 44
memory cards
backing up data, 81
formatting, 81
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protecting, 82
restoring data, 81
music player
adding files to device, 35
adding files to music library, 35
creating playlists, 36
notes
creating notes, 54
synchronising, 54
packet data, 29, 93
PC Studio
installing, 45
setting USB mode, 63
using, 64
PDF see Adobe Reader
Index
Quickoffice
opening documents, 52
searching documents, 52
updating quickoffice, 53
RealPlayer see media
recorder see media
security, 87
standby mode, 84
tones, 85
Video Editor, 40
Voice Signal, 71
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* Depending on the software installed or your service provider or country, some of the
descriptions in the guide may not match your phone exactly.
* Depending on your country, your phone and accessories may appear different from the
illustrations in this guide.
World Wide Web
http://www.samsungmobile.com
English (EU). 03/2008. Rev. 1.3
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