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Samsung SCH-S720C User Manual

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Summary of Contents

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    SCH-S720C A L L D I G I T A L A N D R O I D S M A R T P H O N E User Manual Please read this manual before operating your phone, and keep it for future reference.

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    Intellectual Property All Intellectual Property, as defined below, owned by or which is otherwise the property of Samsung or its respective suppliers relating to the SAMSUNG Phone, including but not limited to, accessories, parts, or software relating there to (the “Phone System”), is proprietary to Samsung and protected under federal laws, state laws, and international treaty provisions.

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    GH68-36356A Printed in China ® The Bluetooth word mark, figure mark (stylized “B Design”), and combination mark (Bluetooth word mark and “B Design”) are registered trademarks and are wholly owned by the Bluetooth SIG. ® ® Nuance , VSuite , T9 Text Input, and the Nuance logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Nuance Communications, Inc., or its affiliates in the United States and/or other countries.

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    MANUAL SHALL BE CONSTRUED TO CREATE AN EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCT. IN ADDITION, SAMSUNG SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OF ANY KIND RESULTING FROM THE PURCHASE OR USE OF THE PRODUCT OR ARISING FROM THE BREACH OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY, INCLUDING INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR LOSS OF ANTICIPATED PROFITS OR BENEFITS.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Entering Text Using Swype ......49 Entering Text Using the Samsung Keypad ....51 Editing Text .

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    Email ......... . . 56 Gmail .

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Battery Use and Safety ......120 Samsung Mobile Products and Recycling ....122 UL Certified Travel Charger .

  • Page 8: Section 1: Getting Started, Understanding This User Manual

    Section 1: Getting Started This section helps you to quickly start using your phone. Understanding this User Manual The sections of this manual generally follow the features of your phone. Also included is important safety information beginning on page 113, that you should know before using your phone. This manual gives navigation instructions according to the default settings.

  • Page 9: Battery

    4 hours of charge time. After the first charge, you can use the phone while charging. Warning!: Use only approved charging devices and batteries. Samsung accessories are designed to maximize battery life. Using other accessories may invalidate your warranty and may cause damage.

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    The battery is under a removable cover on the back of the phone. Removing the battery cover Pull up using the slot provided at the top of the phone, while lifting the cover off the phone. Installing the battery cover Align the cover at the bottom and press it firmly into place, making sure it snaps into place at the sides and top.

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    Your phone comes with a Wall/USB Charger (Charging Head and USB cable) to charge your phone from any 110/220 VAC outlet. Note: The battery comes partially charged. You must fully charge the battery before using your phone for the first time. A fully discharged battery requires up to 4 hours of charge time.

  • Page 12: Turning Your Phone On And Off, Displaying Your Phone Number, Your Google Account

    Turning Your Phone On Press and hold the Power/ Lock Key for a few seconds, until the start-up sequence begins. While powering on, the phone connects with the network, then displays the Home screen and active alerts. Note: Your phone’s internal antenna is located along the back of the phone, at the top and bottom.

  • Page 13: Voice Mail, Tty Mode, Roaming, Task Manager

    All unanswered calls to your phone are sent to voicemail, even if your phone is turned off, so you’ll want to set up your voicemail and personal greeting as soon as you activate your phone. For more information, see “Voice Mail” on page 58. TTY Mode Your phone is fully TTY-compatible, allowing you to connect a TTY device to the phone’s headset jack.

  • Page 14: Memory Card

    Touch the Active applications tab to view applications running on your phone. Touch Exit, or Exit all to close applications. Touch the Downloaded tab to view information about applications you’ve installed on your phone. Touch Uninstall to remove an application from your phone. Touch the RAM tab to display the amount of RAM (Random Access Memory) in use.

  • Page 15: Securing Your Phone

    Important!: To prevent damage to information stored on the memory card, unmount the card before removing it from the phone. From the Home screen, press the then touch Settings SD card & phone storage Unmount SD card. At the prompt, read the warning and select OK to continue. Wait for the SD card safe to remove icon to appear in the Status bar and Notification panel.

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    By default, the phone locks automatically when the screen times out. – or – Lock the phone by pressing the Unlocking the phone Unlock the phone using one of the default unlock screens, or for increased security, use a personal screen lock PIN, password, or pattern.

  • Page 17: Section 2: Understanding Your Phone, Features

    Section 2: Understanding Your Phone Features 3.5”-inch 320x480 HVGA touch screen • Digital CDMA/PCS 1X EV-DO Rev-A Wireless Technology • Android™ 2.3 platform • Google™ applications, including Google Talk™ and Gmail™ • • Android Market™, plus pre-loaded applications Connections • ®...

  • Page 18: Front View

    Proximity and Light Sensors: Detects the presence of nearby objects to control screen display, such as when you hold the phone to your ear during a phone call. Detects ambient light to determine screen brightness when the Automatic brightness setting is enabled, and when taking pictures.

  • Page 19: Side Views

    Volume Key: From the Home screen, press to adjust Master Volume. During calls or music playback, press to adjust volume. Press to mute the ringtone of an incoming call. Memory Card Slot: Open to insert a memory card for storage of pictures, music, and other files. Power/Lock Key: Press and hold to turn the phone on or off.

  • Page 20: Back View

    3 Megapixel Camera Lens: Used when taking photos or recording videos. USB/Power/Accessory Port: Connect a USB cable for charging or to sync music and files. Microphone: Use during calls to allow callers to hear your voice, and when recording. External Speaker: Plays ringtones, call audio when in Speakerphone mode, music and other sounds.

  • Page 21: Navigating Your Phone

    Navigate your phone’s features using the command keys and the touch screen. Warning!: Please note that a touch screen responds best to a light touch from the pad of your finger. Using excessive force or a metallic object when pressing on the touch screen may damage the tempered glass surface and void the warranty.

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    Touch Touch items to select or launch them. For example: Touch the on screen keyboard to enter characters or text. • Touch an item to select it. • Touch an application’s icon to launch the application. • Touch and Hold Activate onscreen items by a touch and hold gesture.

  • Page 23: Notification Panel

    The Notification Panel shows information about connections, messages and other items. Drag your finger downward from the top of the screen. Touch icons at the top of the Notifications panel to toggle settings: • Bluetooth: Turn Bluetooth on or off. GPS: Turn Standalone GPS services on or off.

  • Page 24: Home Screen

    The Home screen is the starting point for using your phone. Note: Unless stated otherwise, instructions in this User Manual start with the phone unlocked, at the Home screen. All screen images in this manual are simulated. Actual displays may vary, depending on the software version of your phone and any changes to the phone’s Settings.

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    Widgets: Applications that run on the Home screen. These widgets are found on the Home screen by default. For more information, see “Widgets” on page 25. Display settings You can customize display settings to your preferences. For more information, see “Display settings” on page 96. Extended Home Screen The Home screen consists of the Home panel, plus 4 panels that extend beyond the display width to provide more space for...

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    The Status Bar shows network and battery status and other details, including these common icons. Airplane Mode Active: All wireless communications are disabled. See “Airplane mode” on page 90. USB Connected: The phone is connected to a computer using a USB cable. System Alert: Check Notifications panel for alerts.

  • Page 27: Primary Shortcuts

    Primary Shortcuts appear at the bottom of the display. Note: When you access Applications, the Applications shortcut to provide quick return to the Home screen. Phone: Launches the Phone to make calls. For more information, see “Making Calls” on page 31. Contacts: Store and manage your contacts.

  • Page 28: Shortcuts

    Use Shortcuts for quick access to applications or features. Adding Shortcuts from the Home screen Navigate to a Home screen panel, then touch and hold on the screen to display the Add to Home screen menu. Touch Shortcuts, then touch a selection, and follow the prompts to configure the Shortcut and add it to the Home screen.

  • Page 29: Widgets

    Widgets are self-contained applications that you can place on the Home screen for quick access. Adding Widgets to the Home screen Navigate to the desired Home screen, then touch and hold on the screen to display the Add to Home screen menu. Touch Widgets, then touch a widget to add it to the Home screen.

  • Page 30: Folders

    Market™: Download apps from the Android Market. Music: Purchase and download, manage, and play music. Picture frame: Display a picture from the Gallery on the Home screen. Power control: Control Settings that affect battery usage. Program Monitor: Display the number of active applications.

  • Page 31: Wallpaper

    Touch and hold the Folder until drag the Folder to the Remove icon. Organizing Folders You can use folders to organize application icons. Navigate to the desired Home screen, then touch and hold on the screen to display the Add to Home screen menu. Touch Folders, then touch New folder.

  • Page 32: Applications

    Applications holds all applications installed on your wireless device. Applications that you download and install from Android Market™ or from the web are also added to Applications. You can place shortcuts to applications on the Home screen, for quick access to the application. For more information, see “Adding Shortcuts from Applications”...

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    AllShare: Synchronize your phone with your TV. Books™: Browse and download eBooks to read on your phone. Browser: Access the Internet. Calculator: Perform mathematical calculations. Calendar: Record events and appointments to manage your schedule. Camera: Take pictures or record videos. Clock: Keep track of time with Alarm, World clock, Stopwatch and Timer features.

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    My Files: Find, view and manage files stored on an installed memory card. Navigation™: Use Google Maps Navigation to search for locations, and get turn-by-turn directions. Places™: Use Google Maps to find places of interest, plus add your own favorite places. Settings: Configure your phone to your preferences.

  • Page 35: Section 3: Call Functions, Making Calls

    Section 3: Call Functions This section describes how to make, answer or end calls. Making Calls Your phone offers multiple ways to make calls: Use the touch screen Keypad to enter the phone number or speed dial • number. Call a contact from Contacts. •...

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    Place a call by speaking the name or number. From the Home screen, touch Voice Dialer. – or – From the Home screen, touch Voice Dialer. “Listening” displays on screen, with a prompt to speak a command. Follow the voice prompts or touch an option. The following are some of the examples of the Voice Dialer commands: •...

  • Page 37: Answering Calls

    Return a call, or call a number from a recent call stored in Call log. For more information about Call log, see “Call Log” on page 35. From the Home screen, touch Touch the Call log tab to display recent calls. Slide your finger left-to-right across a recent call to dial it.

  • Page 38: Ending A Call

    When your phone alerts you to an incoming call, you can ignore the call to send the caller to voice mail, or ignore the call and send a message to the caller. Ignoring a call Touch and drag the red answer icon on the right side, to the empty space toward the left.

  • Page 39: Call Log

    When you place, answer, or miss a call, a record of the call is saved in the Call log. You can make calls or send messages from Call log, or save call information to a contact record. Accessing Call Log From the Home screen, touch Call log.

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    Deleting Call log records From the Home screen, touch Call log. While viewing the Call log, press the touch Delete. Touch call records to mark them for deletion, or touch Select all. A check indicates marked records. Touch Delete to delete marked records. Filtering Call log records From the Home screen, touch Call log.

  • Page 41: Section 4: Contacts And Accounts, Accounts

    Section 4: Contacts and Accounts This section explains how to manage your contacts and accounts. Accounts Your phone provides the ability to synchronize information from a variety of accounts, including Google, a Corporate server, social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter, and other accounts.

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    Set up and manage your synchronized accounts with the Accounts & sync setting. For information about setting up other, non-synchronized accounts, see “Configuring Email Accounts” on page 56. Adding an account From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Accounts & sync Touch an account provider, then follow the prompts to enter your credentials and sign in.

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    Press the Menu Key, then touch Settings sync. Touch Add account Corporate. Follow the prompts to enter your credentials and other details. The phone communicates with the provider’s server to set up your account on the phone. Your Corporate account appears in the Manage accounts area of the Accounts &...

  • Page 44: Contacts

    To access Contacts: From the Home screen, touch Creating Contacts From the Home screen, touch Create contact. The Create contact screen displays. If prompted, touch an account for saving the contact (available options depend on the accounts you have set up, and whether a memory card is installed): •...

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    Save a phone number from a recent call record to create a new contact, or update an existing contact. For more information, see “Creating or Updating Contacts Using Call Log” on page 35. Creating Contacts from the Phone Keypad Enter a phone number with the Phone Keypad, then save it. From the Home screen, touch Touch the digits of the phone number on the Keypad.

  • Page 46: My Profile

    Save a phone number from a recent call record to create a new contact, or update an existing contact. For more information, see “Creating or Updating Contacts Using Call Log” on page 35. Get Friends Use the Get Friends feature to sync with your accounts. You can choose an account you’ve already set up on your phone, or set up a new account.

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    Your phone can synchronize with multiple accounts, including Google, Corporate Exchange, and other providers, plus social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. When you synchronize contacts from these accounts with your phone, you may have multiple contacts for one person. Joining contact records allows you to see all the contact’s numbers and addresses together in one Contact record.

  • Page 48: Favorites

    Sending Namecards (vCard) You can send contact namecards as vCards via Bluetooth, or as an attachment to a Gmail™, Email or message. Important!: Not all Bluetooth devices will accept contacts, and not all devices support transfers of multiple contacts. Check the target device’s documentation.

  • Page 49: Groups

    Assign contacts to Groups to make searching for contacts faster, or to quickly call or send messages to group members. Accessing Groups From the Home screen, touch Creating a New Group From the Home screen, touch Press the Menu Key, then touch Create. Touch the Group name field to enter a name for the group.

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    Tip: You can also add a contact to a group when you create the contact. For more information, see “Creating Contacts” on page 40. From the Home screen, touch Touch a Group to display it, then touch Touch contact(s) to mark with a check mark for addition, or touch Select all to mark all contacts.

  • Page 51: History, Activities, Speed Dials

    History displays all calls, messages, emails, IMs, Facebook and Twitter messages sent and received from contacts. From the Home screen, touch A list of calls, messages and emails displays, sorted by time, with most recent first. Press the Menu Key for these options: •...

  • Page 52: Section 5: Entering Text, Text Input Methods

    Section 5: Entering Text Text Input Methods Your phone offers these input methods: Samsung keypad: The Samsung keypad is a virtual QWERTY • keyboard that allows you to enter text by touching keys on the screen. Samsung keypad includes optional XT9 predictive text, which matches your key touches to common words so that you can select the word to enter it into your text.

  • Page 53: Entering Text Using Swype

    Swype is a new way to enter text on touch screens. Instead of touching each key, use your finger to trace over each letter of a word. For each word, place your finger on the first letter and glide to the subsequent letters, lifting on the last letter. This example shows how to enter the word “this”.

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    Configure Swype options. For more information, see “Swype” on page 108. • While entering text, touch and hold the • Swype Help While entering text, you can get tips and help about using Swype. Touch and hold Swype to access Settings for the How to Swype •...

  • Page 55: Entering Text Using The Samsung Keypad

    Touch the Voice Input Key. Note: To use Voice input, you must enable Voice input in Samsung keypad settings. For more information, see “Samsung keypad” on page 109. to switch to symbol mode, , then touch...

  • Page 56: Editing Text

    Use the text selection tools to select text or position a cursor for inserting text, then use the editing tools to select, cut, copy and paste text. Note: Some applications do not support editing, or may offer other ways to select and modify text.

  • Page 57: Section 6: Messaging, Types Of Messages, Text And Multimedia Messaging

    Section 6: Messaging This section describes how to send and receive messages, and other features associated with messaging. Types of Messages Your phone supports these types of messages: Text messages: Send and receive simple messages containing text to • other mobile phones or email addresses (also known as SMS). •...

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    While composing the message, press the for options: • Add subject: Add a subject field (converts the message to MMS). • Attach: Add an attachment to the message (converts the message to MMS). • Add text: Add text about Contacts names, Calendar events or attach a memo.

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    Threaded View Messages you send and receive to the same contact, number or address are grouped together as a “thread”. Threads allow you to see all the messages you exchanged with a recipient. From the Home screen, touch Message threads display by contact, number, or address. While viewing message threads, you have these options: •...

  • Page 60: Email

    • Notification settings: – Notifications: Enable or disable message alerts in the status bar. – Select ringtone: Choose a sound for message alerts. – Vibrate: Enable or disable vibration for message alerts. • Callback number – Enable Callback number: Enter a default call back number. –...

  • Page 61: Gmail

    Refreshing Your Email Account Refresh your account to update accounts on your phone from the providers’ servers. From the Home screen, select Email. Press the Menu Key, then touch Refresh. Note: You can also set up automatic synchronization in Account & sync settings.

  • Page 62: Google Talk, Voice Mail

    From the Home screen, select Gmail. Press the Menu Key, then touch Compose. Touch fields and to compose the message. While composing, press the Menu Key for options. Press the Menu Key, then touch Send. Managing Your Gmail Account Use menu options to manage your Gmail. From the Home screen, select Gmail.

  • Page 63: Section 7: Web, Browser

    Section 7: Web Browser Your phone is equipped with a full HTML Browser, which allows you to access the internet. From the Home screen, select Navigating the web Command Keys Press the Back Key to return to the previous page. •...

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    You can have multiple windows open at one time, and you can switch between windows. From the Home screen, select To open a new window, press the touch New window. To switch to another open window, press the Key, then touch Windows. Touch a window to display it. To close a window, press the Windows.

  • Page 65: Google Search, Google Maps

    Use Google to search the Web, and for content on your phone. Tip: Google Search is available as a widget. For more information about Widgets, see “Adding Widgets to the Home screen” on page 25. From the Home screen, press the –...

  • Page 66: Latitude, Navigation, Places, Youtube

    Use Google Latitude™ to locate your friends on a map, and share or hide your location. From the Home screen, touch Latitude. Navigation Use Google Navigation to search for locations, and get turn-by- turn directions. Note: You must enable location services to use Navigation, and some features require Standalone or Google location services.

  • Page 67: Section 8: Music, Music Player

    Section 8: Music Music Player Music Player plays songs from an installed memory card. Note: SRS CS Headphone™ delivers a 5.1 surround sound experience over standard headphones or earbuds when listening to multichannel content, such as DVD movies. WOW HD™ significantly improves the playback quality of audio, delivering a dynamic 3D entertainment experience with deep, rich bass and high frequency clarity for crisp detail.

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    During playback, use the sound and playlist controls: • Volume: Touch to activate on-screen volume control, then touch and drag on the scale to set volume. You can also press the Volume Key on the side of the phone to adjust playback volume. •...

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    From the Home screen, select Music Player. Touch the Menu Key Add to playlist. Touch songs to select them, or touch Select all. When selected, a checkmark appears in the checkbox. Touch Add, then select a playlist, or touch Create playlist to create a new playlist.

  • Page 70: Section 9: Pictures And Video, Camera

    Section 9: Pictures and Video Camera Use your phone’s built-in Camera to take pictures and record video. From the Home screen, touch Camera. Shooting Mode Scene Mode Exposure Value Camera Settings Important!: Do not take photos of people without their permission. Do not take photos in places where cameras are not allowed.

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    Camera Options Touch the Options tab to configure the camera: Shooting mode: Choose an automatic shooting mode, from: • – Single shot: Take a single photo. – Continuous: Touch and hold the Camera button to take 9 consecutive pictures. – Panorama: Touch the Camera button to take a picture, then use the on- screen guideline to move the viewfinder and take the next 7 shots automatically.

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    Use your phone’s built-in Camcorder to record video. From the Home screen, touch Camera Mode to switch from camera mode to camcorder mode. Shooting Mode Exposure Value Camcorder Settings Important!: Do not take videos of people without their permission. Do not take videos in places where cameras are not allowed. Do not take videos in places where you may interfere with another person’s privacy.

  • Page 73: Video Player

    Configure the camcorder. While in Camcorder mode, touch the Options tab: • Recording mode: Choose a recording mode, from: – Normal: Record a video of any length. – Limit for MMS: Record a video up to 1 minute, or 1175KB, suitable for sending in a Video message.

  • Page 74: Gallery

    Use Gallery to view, capture, and manage pictures and videos. Note: You must have a memory card installed to take pictures or capture video. For more information, see “Memory Card” on page 10. Viewing Videos From the Home screen, select Gallery.

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    From the Home screen, select Gallery. Touch a category, then touch a picture to select it. Press the Menu Key More Select a contact, or create a new contact, with the selected picture as the contact’s icon. Setting a Picture as Wallpaper From the Home screen, select Gallery.

  • Page 76: Section 10: Connections, Wi-fi

    Section 10: Connections Your phone includes features to connect to the internet and to other devices. Wi-Fi ® Wi-Fi is a wireless networking technology that provides access to local area networks. Wi-Fi communication requires access to an existing Wireless Access Point (WAP). WAPs can be Open (unsecured), or Secured (requiring you to provide login credentials).

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    ® When you turn on Wi-Fi , your phone searches for available Wi- Fi connections, then displays them on screen. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Wireless & networks Wi-Fi settings. Touch Wi-Fi to turn Wi-Fi On. When your phone completes a scan, touch a Wi-Fi network to connect.

  • Page 78: Wi-fi Direct

    Wi-Fi Direct is a standard that allows devices to connect to each ® other directly via Wi-Fi , without a wireless access point or hotspot. For example, some printers support Wi-Fi Direct, and you could connect to a printer via Wi-Fi Direct to print from your phone.

  • Page 79: Bluetooth

    Note: For Hearing Aid Compatibility Information, see page 113. ® Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications technology for exchanging information over a distance of about 30 feet. You don’t need to line up the devices to send information with Bluetooth. If the devices are in range, you can exchange information between them, even if they are in different rooms.

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    From the list of scanned devices, touch the target device, then follow the prompts to complete the pairing: • If the target device requires a PIN, enter a PIN for the target device and touch OK. When prompted, enter the PIN on the target device. •...

  • Page 81

    Your phone supports removable microSD™ or microSDHC™ memory cards of up to 32GB capacity, for storage of music, pictures, videos, and other files. Installing and Removing a Memory Card For more information about installing and removing a memory card, see “Memory Card” on page 10. Important!: To prevent damage to information stored on the memory card, unmount the card before removing it from the phone.

  • Page 82: Section 11: Applications And Widgets, Allshare

    Section 11: Applications and Widgets AllShare Use AllShare to share multimedia content from your device via Wi-Fi with DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) certified devices. With AllShare, you can: Play multimedia content from your device on another player, such as a •...

  • Page 83: Books, Browser, Calculator

    Play multimedia content from your device on another player, such as a Wi-Fi-capable TV or other playback device, and use your device as a remote to control playback. From the Home screen, select AllShare. Touch Play or download media from my phone on a player. Select media, then touch Add to playlist or Copy.

  • Page 84: Calendar

    Record events and appointments to manage your schedule. From the Home screen, select Calendar. Touch a tab to choose a calendar view: • Month: Display the current month and scroll to other months. • Week: Display the current week, and scroll to other weeks. •...

  • Page 85: Camera, Clock, Downloads, Email, Gallery

    Take pictures and record video with your phone’s built in Camera. For more information, see “Camera” on page 66. From the Home screen, touch Camera. Clock The Clock application includes these features: Alarm: Create alarms to go off once, or to repeat. •...

  • Page 86: Maps, Gmail, Google Search, Latitude

    Send and receive emails via Gmail, Google’s web-based email. For more information, see “Gmail” on page 57. From the Home screen, select Gmail. Google Search Use Google to search the Web, and for content on your phone. Tip: Google Search is available as a widget. For more information about widgets, see “Adding Widgets to the Home screen”...

  • Page 87: Market, Memo, Music Player, My Files

    Browse for new Android™ applications, games or downloads for your phone. You’ll need to have a Google account set up on your phone to download a new application. From the Home screen, select Market. The first time you open Market™, read the Terms of Service, then touch Accept to continue.

  • Page 88: Navigation, Places, Settings, Talk, Task Manager

    Use Google Navigation to search for locations, and get turn-by- turn directions. Note: You must enable location services to use Navigation, and some features require Standalone or Google location services. For more information, see “Location & security” on page 97. From the Home screen, touch Navigation.

  • Page 89: Voice Dialer, Video Player, Voice Recorder, Voice Search, Youtube

    View and manage videos stored on an installed memory card. For more information, see “Video Player” on page 69. From the Home screen, touch Video Player. Voice Dialer Use Voice Dialer to make calls, and to launch other phone features. From the Home screen, touch Voice Dialer.

  • Page 90: Section 12: Settings, Accessing Settings

    Section 12: Settings Accessing Settings From the Home screen, press the touch Settings. – or – From the Home screen, touch Settings. Wireless & networks Control your phone’s connections to the wireless network, and to other devices. Note: Your phone supports Wi-Fi Enhanced Connectivity. For more information, refer to “Wi-Fi Enhanced Connectivity”...

  • Page 91

    Set up and manage wireless access points. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Wireless & networks Touch settings to configure: ® • Wi-Fi: Turn Wi-Fi On or Off. • WPS button connection: Configure the connection to a new wireless access point automatically.

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    Wi-Fi Direct is a standard that allows devices to connect to each ® other directly via Wi-Fi , without a wireless access point or hotspot. For more information about using Wi-Fi Direct, see “Scanning and Connecting to a Wi-Fi Direct Device” on page 74. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Wireless &...

  • Page 93

    From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Wireless & networks Touch Bluetooth to turn Bluetooth check appears in the checkbox. Tip: You can quickly turn Bluetooth on or off in the Notification panel. For more information, see “Notification Panel” on page 19. Menu Key, then Manage Bluetooth control your device’s visibility to other devices.

  • Page 94

    When airplane mode is turned on, all your phone’s wireless connections are disabled, and you cannot make or receive calls or messages or connect to networks. While in airplane mode, you can use other features of your phone, such as playing music, watching videos, or other applications.

  • Page 95: Call Settings

    Set options for network selection and data services while roaming. Important!: Depending on your service plan, changes you make to Mobile networks settings may incur extra charges. Consult your service provider for more information. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Wireless &...

  • Page 96

    Ignore with message Create messages to use when rejecting incoming calls. For more information, see “Ignoring a call with a message” on page 34. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Call settings Touch Create, then enter a text message and touch Save. •...

  • Page 97: Sound Settings

    When enabled, TTY Mode allows your phone to work with a TTY device attached to the Headset Jack. Before using your phone with a TTY device, you’ll need to enable TTY Mode. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Call settings Touch TTY Off, TTY Full, TTY HCO, or TTY VCO.

  • Page 98

    When enabled, your phone vibrates to alert you to incoming calls or messages, regardless of the ringtone setting. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Sound settings. Touch Vibrate to choose a vibrate mode. Note: The Vibrate setting is independent of other call sounds settings. For example, if you have Silent mode enabled with Vibrate, your phone won’t play a ringtone, but will vibrate for an incoming call.

  • Page 99

    Phone ringtone Choose a default ringtone for incoming calls. Tip: You can also set songs as ringtones for all calls, or for a selected contact. For more information, see “Setting a Song as a Ringtone” on page 65. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Sound settings Touch a ringtone to hear a sample and select it.

  • Page 100: Display Settings

    When enabled, tones play when unlocking and locking the screen. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Sound settings. Touch Screen lock sounds to enable or disable tones. When enabled, a check mark appears in the check box. Emergency Tone You can set your phone to play an alert tone or vibrate during an emergency call (for example, calls to 911).

  • Page 101

    When enabled, the screen’s orientation changes automatically when you rotate the phone. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Display settings. Touch Auto-rotate screen to enable or disable automatic screen rotation. When enabled, a check mark displays. Tip: You can also set Auto rotation on the Notifications panel. For more information, see “Notification Panel”...

  • Page 102

    E911 E911 location service is standard on all mobile phones, to allow sharing of your GPS location with emergency personnel when you make a call to emergency services (such as 911). This setting is not configurable. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Location &...

  • Page 103

    Choose settings for unlocking your screen. For more information about using the lock and unlock features, see “Securing Your Phone” on page 11. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Location & security. Touch Set screen lock/Change screen lock for these settings: •...

  • Page 104

    Select device administrators Some enterprise applications provide support for device administration, meaning a device administrator may have access to remotely access or affect your device. Use the Select device administrators setting to add or remove device administrator(s). From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Location &...

  • Page 105

    Clear stored credentials and reset the password. Note: This setting only appears if you have installed encrypted certificates. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Location & security. Touch Clear storage to clear stored credentials and reset the password. Applications You can download and install applications from Android Market™, or create applications using the Android SDK and...

  • Page 106

    View and control services running on your phone. Warning!: Not all services can be stopped, and stopping services may have undesirable consequences on the application or Android System. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Applications To stop a service, touch the service, then touch Stop at the confirmation prompt.

  • Page 107

    This setting is used by developers when developing location- based applications. Note: This setting is used for development purposes. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Applications Touch Allow mock locations to enable or disable the setting. When enabled, a check mark appears in the box. Accounts &...

  • Page 108: Privacy

    When enabled, all accounts sync data at any time, automatically. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Accounts & sync. Touch Auto-sync to enable or disable the setting. When enabled, a check mark appears in the check box. Manage accounts Use Manage accounts to set up and configure your accounts.

  • Page 109

    Factory data reset Use Factory data reset to return your phone to its factory defaults. This setting erases all data from your phone’s memory, including your Google or other email account settings, system and application data and settings, and downloaded applications. You can also choose to erase all data from an installed SD card, such as music or photos, using the Format USB storage option.

  • Page 110: Usb Settings, Search

    View available space for your phone’s 1.00GB internal memory. Note: This setting cannot be configured. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings SD card & phone storage. USB Settings You can choose how your phone responds when you connect it to a PC by USB cable: Mass storage mode, ready for transferring files, or Ask on plug, to give you the opportunity to set each connection.

  • Page 111

    Configure settings for searching content on your device. Searchable items Choose items on your phone to be included in Google searches. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Search Searchable items. Touch items to enable or disable searching. When enabled, a check mark appears in the check box.

  • Page 112

    Configure Swype settings. Swype is a new way to enter text by gliding your finger over the characters on the keyboard. For more information, see “Entering Text Using Swype” on page 49. Turning Swype On or Off When Swype is turned On, it is available as an input method when you touch and hold on text field to select an input method.

  • Page 113

    Google’s networked speech recognition feature. • Auto-full stop: Enable for automatic insertion of a “full stop” (period and space to end a sentence) when you tap the space bar twice. • Tutorial: View help with using Samsung keypad and XT9 predictive text. Settings...

  • Page 114

    Use Voice input and output settings to customize your device’s voice recognition feature, and audible readout of text, for example, the contents of text messages, and the Caller ID for incoming calls. Voice input Voice recognition settings From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Voice input &...

  • Page 115: Accessibility

    Accessibility services are special features to make using the phone easier for those with certain physical disabilities. Use the Accessibility settings to activate these services. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Accessibility. Touch Accessibility to activate or deactivate accessibility services.

  • Page 116: About Phone

    By default, your phone receives date and time information from the wireless network. When you are outside network coverage, you may want to set date and time information manually using the Date & time settings. From the Home screen, press the touch Settings Date &...

  • Page 117: Section 13: Health And Safety Information, Exposure To Radio Frequency (rf) Signals

    Section 13: Health and Safety Information This section outlines the safety precautions associated with using your phone. The terms “mobile device” or “cell phone” are used in this section to refer to your phone. Read this information before using your mobile device. Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) Signals The U.S.

  • Page 118

    While RF energy does not ionize particles, large amounts can increase body temperatures and cause tissue damage. Two areas of the body, the eyes and the testes, are particularly vulnerable to RF heating because there is relatively little blood flow in them to carry away excess heat. Research Results to Date: Is there a connection between RF and certain health problems? The results of most studies conducted to date say no.

  • Page 119

    in Childhood and Adolescence (MOBI-KIDS) MOBI-KIDS is an international study investigating the relationship between exposure to radio frequency energy from communication technologies including cell phones and brain cancer in young people. This is an international multi-center study involving 14 European and non-European countries. Additional information about MOBI-KIDS can be found at http://www.creal.cat/programes-recerca/en_projectes-creal/ view.php?ID=39.

  • Page 120

    Hands-free kits may include audio or Bluetooth various types of body-worn accessories such as belt-clips and holsters. Combinations of these can be used to reduce RF energy absorption from cell phones. Headsets can substantially reduce exposure because the phone is held away from the head in the user's hand or in approved body-worn accessories.

  • Page 121: Specific Absorption Rate (sar) Certification Information

    Additional information on the safety of RF exposures from various sources can be obtained from the following organizations (updated 10/1/2010): FCC RF Safety Program: • http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): • http://www.epa.gov/radtown/wireless-tech.html. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA): • http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/radiofrequencyradiation/. (Note: This web address is case sensitive.) National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH): •...

  • Page 122: Fcc Part 15 Information To User

    Additional SAR information can also be obtained at http://www.fcc.gov/encyclopedia/specific-absorption-rate-sar-cellular- telephones. FCC Part 15 Information to User Pursuant to part 15.21 of the FCC Rules, you are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by Samsung could void your authority to operate the device. http://...

  • Page 123: Commercial Mobile Alerting System (cmas), Smart Practices While Driving

    Samsung is committed to promoting responsible driving and giving drivers the tools they need to understand and address distractions.

  • Page 124: Battery Use And Safety

    Check the laws and regulations on the use of mobile devices and their accessories in the areas where you drive. Always obey them. The use of these devices may be prohibited or restricted in certain areas. For example, only hands-free use may be permitted in certain areas.

  • Page 125

    Samsung, even if they appear to be working properly. Do not place your battery in or near a heat source. Excessive • heating can damage the phone or the battery and could cause the phone or the battery to explode.

  • Page 126: Samsung Mobile Products And Recycling

    Recycling programs for your mobile device, batteries, and accessories may not be available in your area. We've made it easy for you to recycle your old Samsung mobile device by working with respected take-back companies in every state in the country.

  • Page 127: Ul Certified Travel Charger, Display / Touch-screen

    For more information, please refer to the “Standard Limited Warranty”. GPS & AGPS Certain Samsung mobile devices can use a Global Positioning System (GPS) signal for location-based applications. A GPS uses Health and Safety Information...

  • Page 128: Emergency Calls

    Defense policy and the 2008 Federal Radio navigation Plan (FRP). Changes may affect the performance of location-based technology on your mobile device. Certain Samsung mobile devices can also use an Assisted Global Positioning System (AGPS), which obtains information from the cellular network to improve GPS performance. AGPS uses your...

  • Page 129: Care And Maintenance

    The suggestions below will help you fulfill any warranty obligations and allow you to enjoy this product for many years: Keep your Samsung Mobile Device away from: Liquids of any kind Keep the mobile device dry. Precipitation, humidity, and liquids contain minerals that will corrode electronic circuits.

  • Page 130: Responsible Listening

    Microwaves Do not try to dry your mobile device in a microwave oven. Doing so may cause a fire or explosion. Dust and dirt Do not expose your mobile device to dust, dirt, or sand. Cleaning solutions Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents to clean the mobile device.

  • Page 131

    When using headphones, turn the volume down if you cannot hear the • people speaking near you or if the person sitting next to you can hear what you are listening to. Do not turn the volume up to block out noisy surroundings. If you •...

  • Page 132: Operating Environment

    National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) 395 E Street, S.W., Suite 9200 Patriots Plaza Building Washington, DC 20201 Voice: 1-800-35-NIOSH (1-800-356-4674) 1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636) Outside the U.S. 513-533-8328 Email: cdcinfo@cdc.gov Internet: http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/noise/ default.html 1-888-232-6348 TTY Operating Environment Remember to follow any special regulations in force in any area, and always switch your mobile device off whenever it is forbidden to use it, or when it may cause interference or danger.

  • Page 133

    For more information see: http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/rf- faqs.html#. Other Medical Devices If you use any other personal medical devices, consult the manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately shielded from external RF energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information.

  • Page 134: Devices

    Regulations for Wireless Devices The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has established requirements for digital wireless mobile devices to be compatible with hearing aids and other assistive hearing devices. When individuals employing some assistive hearing devices (hearing aids and cochlear implants) use wireless mobile devices, they may detect a buzzing, humming, or whining noise.

  • Page 135: Restricting Children's Access To Your Mobile Device, Fcc Notice And Cautions

    wireless mobile device. A sum of 6 or more would indicate excellent performance. However, these are not guarantees that all users will be satisfied. T ratings work similarly. The HAC rating and measurement procedure are described in the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) C63.19 standard. HAC for Newer Technologies This phone has been tested and rated for use with hearing aids for some of the wireless technologies that it uses.

  • Page 136: Other Important Safety Information

    propane or butane) must comply with the National Fire Protection Standard (NFPA-58). For a copy of this standard, contact the National Fire Protection Association. Cautions Any changes or modifications to your mobile device not expressly approved in this document could void your warranty for this equipment and void your authority to operate this equipment.

  • Page 137

    with your fingers, or playing games, you may experience occasional discomfort in your hands, neck, shoulders, or other parts of your body. When using your device for extended periods, hold the device with a relaxed grip, press the keys lightly, and take frequent breaks. If you continue to have discomfort during or after such use, stop use and see a physician.

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