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    SGH-i550 User’s Guide...

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    Using this guide 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: Warning—situations that could cause injury to yourself or others...

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    Copyrights and trademarks Rights to all technologies and products that comprise this device are the property of their respective owners: • This product includes software licensed from Symbian Ltd. © 1998-2007. Symbian and Symbian OS are trademarks of Symbian Ltd. •...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety and usage information ... 4 Communication ... 11 Calls ... 11 Messages ... 14 Logs ... 28 Communication options ... 31 Media ... 35 Music player ... 35 Camera ... 37 Gallery ... 39 Video Editor ... 40 ®...

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    Connectivity ... 60 Use the Bluetooth wireless feature . 60 Connect via USB ... 63 Synchronise your device ... 65 Additional Programs ... 67 Calculator ... 67 Clock ... 67 Converter ... 69 Voice Signal ... 71 GPS data ... 72 Landmarks ...

  • Page 6: Safety And Usage Information

    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.

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    • Never place batteries or phones on or in heating devices, such as microwave ovens, stoves, or radiators. Batteries may explode when overheated. 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...

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    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. Turn off the device near medical...

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    Protect batteries and chargers from damage • Avoid exposing batteries to very cold or very hot temperatures (below 0° C/ 32° F or above 45° C/113° F). Extreme temperatures can reduce the charging capacity and life of your batteries. • Prevent batteries from contacting metal objects, as this can create a connection between the + and - terminals of your batteries and lead to...

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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.

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    • 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.

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    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.

  • Page 13: Communication, Calls

    Communication Your device allows you to send and receive many types of calls and messages over cellular networks and the internet. Calls Learn to use your device's call functions. For basic call functions, see the Quick Start Guide. Call an international number 1.

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    Communication Insert a pause When calling automated systems, you can insert a pause between the phone number and another set of numbers. To insert a pause, press [ ] to select the type of pause: • p (automatic pause)-press [ ] three times to insert an automatic pause.

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    Divert calls Your service provider or network may or may not support this feature. 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.

  • Page 16: Messages

    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," Message folders When you open Messaging, you will see the New message function and a list of folders: •...

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    Inbox icons In the Inbox, you may see the following icons next to your messages: 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 Outbox status When you are outside your service area or have no connection to the network or...

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    Communication • 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.

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    3. Press <Options> Copy → 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.

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    Communication 4. Scroll down and enter text. 5. To insert an existing multimedia object, press <Options> object an object type. To create → and insert a new multimedia object, press <Options> Insert new → object type. 6. Press the trackball Send to send the →...

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    Listen to voice mail 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, 1.

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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 →...

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    To view new messages offline, 1. Repeat steps 1-3 above. 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.

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    Communication 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 → server. If you are offline, messages will be deleted from the server the next time you connect.

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    4. To log out, press <Options> out. Start a conversation 1. In Standby mode, press [ ] Connectivity → → Conversations. 2. Press <Options> → conversation Enter user ID or → Select from contacts. 3. Enter a user ID or select a contact from your contact list.

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    Communication Add IM contacts 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 you view your IM contacts, you may see the following icons: Icon Description...

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    Send an audio message 1. In Standby mode, press [ ] Messaging New message → Audio message. 2. Press <Options> Add recipient. → 3. Scroll to a recipient and press the trackball <OK>. → 4. To insert an existing sound clip: a.

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    Communication 2. Press <Options> Topic → manually. 3. Enter the topic name and number, and then press <OK>. Subscribe to a cell broadcast 1. In Standby mode, press [ ] Messaging <Options> → broadcast. 2. Scroll to a topic and press <Options> Subscribe.

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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.

  • Page 30: Logs

    Communication • 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.

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    Erase recent call logs You can erase all recent call logs at once, erase a single call log, or delete a single number from a log. To erase all recent call logs, 1. In Standby mode, press [ ] Recent calls. 2.

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    Communication Communication log You can view communication details and filter logs with the communication log. View the communication log 1. In Standby mode, press [ ] 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.

  • Page 33: Communication Options

    Communication options Text message options From the Messaging menu, press <Options> Settings → → 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 •...

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    Communication • 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 •...

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    • 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 •...

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    Communication Service message options From the Messaging menu, press <Options> Settings → 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>...

  • Page 37: Media, Music Player

    Media Learn to use the media applications on your device: Music player, Camera, Gallery, Video Editor, Flash Player, RealPlayer, Recorder, and PC Studio. 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...

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    Media → 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 Skip backward...

  • Page 39: Camera

    3. Press <Options> → New track list → a memory type (if necessary). 4. Enter a name for the playlist and press the trackball. 5. Scroll to the new playlist and press the trackball. 6. Press <Options> → Add tracks. 7.

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    Media Action Function Press [4] Adjust the brightness Press [5] Use auto focus 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,"...

  • Page 41: Gallery

    Action Function Scroll up Switch to Camera mode Press [1] Mute or unmute the audio 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]...

  • Page 42: Video Editor

    Media Add a streaming internet link to the Gallery 1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Media → Gallery. 2. Scroll to the Streaming links folder and press the trackball. 3. Press <Options> → New link → a memory type (if necessary). 4.

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    • 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.

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    Media 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>.

  • Page 45: Flash ® Player, Realplayer

    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.

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    Media Action Function Press [5] Skip forward Press [0] Skip backward Press [2] Change a view mode Press Adjust volume up or [Volume] down 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,"...

  • Page 47: Pc Studio

    3. Scroll to a voice clip and press the trackball. The playback begins automatically. 4. Follow the onscreen guide to control the playback. 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.

  • Page 48: Personal Productivity, Contacts

    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.

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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.

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    Personal Productivity 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," 47). 2. Scroll to a contact 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.

  • Page 52: Calendar

    Personal Productivity 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>...

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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...

  • Page 54: Quickoffice

    Personal Productivity • 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.

  • Page 55: Adobe ® Reader

    Update Quickoffice With Quickmanager, you can download program updates, new Quickoffice products, or special offers. To update Quickoffice, 1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Organiser → Quickoffice. 2. Scroll right to switch to Quickmanager. 3. Scroll to a Quickmanager item and press the trackball.

  • Page 56: Notes

    Personal Productivity Option Description View Use the full display for viewing or rotating the document Go to Skip to another page Notes With Notes, you can create text notes and sync them with other devices. Create a note 1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Organiser →...

  • Page 57: Browse A 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 •...

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    Icon Description Home Page overview Reload Find Stop 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.

  • Page 59: Change Browser Settings, Add A Bookmark, Use A Bookmark

    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 •...

  • Page 60: Save A Web Page And View It Offline

    Icon Description Folder of automatic bookmarks Folder you have created Default folder Web feed folder Bookmark 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.

  • Page 61: Download Files From The Web

    Download files from the 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.

  • Page 62: Connectivity, Use The Bluetooth Wireless Feature

    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 You can connect with other Bluetooth- enabled wireless devices over a distance of 10 metres (30 feet). Walls or other obstacles between devices may block or impair the wireless connection.

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    3. Press <Options> → New paired device. Your device searches for and displays a list of Bluetooth-enabled devices: Icon Device type Mobile phone Computer Headset Hands-free car kit Audio device Unknown device 4. Scroll to a device and press the trackball.

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    Connectivity • Assign short name: set a short name for a paired device • Set as authorised/Set as unauthorised: set to allow another device to connect automatically or require permission • Delete: remove a device from the list • Delete all: remove all devices from the list •...

  • Page 65: Connect Via Usb

    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.

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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.

  • Page 67: Synchronise Your Device

    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.

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    Connectivity Synchronise data 1. Connect your device to another Bluetooth-enabled wireless device (see "Search for and pair with a Bluetooth- enabled device," 60). 2. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Connectivity → Sync. 3. Press <Options> → Synchronise. 4. Scroll to a device and press , if necessary.

  • Page 69: Additional Programs, Calculator, Clock

    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.

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    Additional Programs Change clock settings 1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Organiser → Clock. 2. Press <Options> → Settings (see "Date and time," 86). Set a new alarm 1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Organiser → Clock. 2.

  • Page 71: Converter

    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>.

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    Additional Programs 5. Enter the name of the base currency and press the trackball. 6. Press <Options> → Set as base currency. 7. Press the trackball to confirm. To add other currencies and exchange rates, 1. Repeat steps 1-4 above. 2.

  • Page 73: Voice Signal

    4. Scroll down to Amount and enter the base amount. 5. Scroll down to Unit and scroll right to change the conversion unit, if necessary. 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.

  • Page 74: Gps Data

    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.

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    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.

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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. 5. To stop the GPS navigation, press <Options>...

  • Page 77: Landmarks

    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.

  • Page 78: Managers, File Manager

    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 →...

  • Page 79: Application Manager

    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™).

  • Page 80: Device Manager

    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...

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    • 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 •...

  • Page 82: Activation Key Manager

    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.

  • Page 83: Memory Card Manager

    Memory card manager 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. Format a memory card Your device supports FAT16 or FAT32 file systems.

  • Page 84: Connection Manager

    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.

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    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 •...

  • Page 86: Settings, General Settings

    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>...

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    • Active standby apps. - set the application shortcuts to show in Standby mode Tones • Ringing tone - set a ringtone for incoming voice calls • Video call tone - set a ringtone for incoming video calls • Ringing type - set a ring type •...

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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 •...

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    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 •...

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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.

  • Page 91: Phone Settings

    Phone settings Call Control how your device handles calls with caller ID, call waiting, speed dial, and other call settings. • Send my caller ID - set to send your caller ID based on your preferences or network settings • Call waiting - set to alert you of an incoming call while you are on a 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 •...

  • Page 93: Connection Settings

    • Incoming calls when abroad - set to prevent incoming calls when you are outside your home service area Network Control network modes and selection methods. • Network mode - set to operate on UMTS or GSM networks or set to operate on both ("dual mode") •...

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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 Control how your device behaves when you connect it to a computer.

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    You can also define advanced settings for Access points: press <Options> → Advanced settings. • Network type - set a network type (IPv6 or IPv4) • 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...

  • Page 96: Applications Settings

    Settings Configurations View network configurations received from your service provider. To apply the configurations, press <Options> → Save. Applications settings RealPlayer Control how RealPlayer behaves when playing videos or streaming media. Video • Contrast - set the contrast for the video playback •...

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    Camera Control how the camera behaves when you capture images or videos. Image • Image quality - set to capture High, Normal, or Basic quality images • Show captured image - set to review a captured image before returning to Camera mode •...

  • Page 98

    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 •...

  • Page 99: Troubleshooting

    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 •...

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    Troubleshooting Try this to solve the Message problem: PIN code 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.

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    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.

  • Page 102

    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.

  • Page 103

    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. •...

  • Page 104: Index

    Index access points, 92 activation keys, 80 Adobe Reader, 53 applications changing options, 78 installing, 77 supported, 77 verifying certificates, 77 Bluetooth activating, 60 changing options, 61 connecting to other devices, 60 receiving data, 62 sending data, 62 Calendar changing options, 51 changing views, 51 creating events, 50 stopping event alarms, 51...

  • Page 105

    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 creating contact groups, 49 searching for contact cards, 47 synchronising, 50 converter adding curencies, 69 converting currencies, 70...

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    Index 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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    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 Index...

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    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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