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Samsung iDCS SLiM
Single-Line Integrated Mobility
Handset User Guide
April 2005
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notice to make changes in design or components of equipment as engineering and manufacturing
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  • Page 1 Samsung Telecommunications America reserves the right without prior notice to revise information in this guide for any reason. Samsung Telecommunications America also reserves the right without prior notice to make changes in design or components of equipment as engineering and manufacturing may warrant.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS QUICK REFERENCE ...1 CONSTRUCTION ...2 BATTERY INSTALLATION ...3 CHARGING ...4 KEY FUNCTIONS ...5 TURNING THE HANDSET ON/OFF MAKING A CALL ...7 Receiving Calls ...8 During a Conversation ...8 Volume Adjust ...8 Microphone Mute ...8 Transferring the Call to Another Handset...9 PROFILES (Set-Ups) ...10 MENU STRUCTURE...
  • Page 3: Quick Reference

    “<”: When editing press and hold to delete the last digit.When on hook press to display last outgoing calls. CONSTRUCTION Your Samsung iDCS SLiM handset will provide you with the greatest possible degree of flexibility and mobility due to high battery capacity, practical weight, size and design.
  • Page 4: Battery Installation

    BATTERY INSTALLATION Before using the telephone it is important that you connect the battery to the con- nector in the battery box. Assemble the battery cover as described below and place the handset into the charger. • Push the battery cover 5 mm towards the headset plug using your thumbs.
  • Page 5: Key Functions

    Menu. Menu: Right, Cursor Right, After a Digit: Store number in “>” , telephone book. From standby text: Telephone book read. Confirmation (»YES«) or jump to next level in the menu. In “OK” , off hook: Mute. Long key press turns the handset OFF.
  • Page 6: Making A Call

    Telephone Book > Press the to enter the telephone book. < Search for the number either by using the key or the first letter in the name by using the digits (refer to the Key Functions section).
  • Page 7: Transferring The Call To Another Handset

    Transferring the Call to Another Handset Press , and dial the new number. Press the key and the call is transferred to the other handset. PROFILES (Set-Ups) The handset has two user-defined profiles (set ups), and a mode where all sounds are disabled (SILENT).
  • Page 8: Menu Structure

    MENU STRUCTURE Pressing the key, enters or exits the menu structure. It has to be used if a “NO” or “CLEAR” is wanted in the menu structure. Pressing the key, jumps to a lower level in the menu. When the lowest menu level is reached, it will store the setting and jump to a higher level.
  • Page 9: Profile Setup

    Control Unit and the PBX. START VOL: OUT OF RANGE: appear when the telephone is moving out of range of the base station, and “OUT OF RANGE” will appear in the display. AUTO KEYLOCK: cally lock the keys after 60 seconds.
  • Page 10: Menu Subscription And Login

    MENU SUBSCRIPTION AND LOGIN Create a Subscription To make subscriptions, the system must allow subscriptions to be made. Some sys- tems also require an Access Code (AC). If more than one system currently permits subscription, you will need to know the ID of the system to which you wish to sub- scribe.
  • Page 11: Auto Login

    If one of the systems not chosen is removed, the handset remains connected to the system in use. Change Startup Text The startup text is predefined as i.e. “Samsung” as factory default. This can be changed by using the following procedure: BOOK Press , and the OK key.
  • Page 12: Redial

    = O. Book Storing a number (maximum 24 digits) in the telephone book is done by pressing < the number to be stored (in on-hook), then press the <...
  • Page 13: External Services

    External Services External Services are facilities placed in the main system, and only available if the handset is subscribed to a system. Under External Services you can find: Clip stack, Delete Clip Stack and your local Phone Book. The Local Phone Book is a common phone book for all handsets subscribed to the actual system, and all handsets sub- scribed to the system are listed in the Phone Book.
  • Page 14: Menu Structure

    Menu Language Menu Structure There are 6 predefined languages in the handset: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Dutch. Select the required language by accessing the menu, locate the language menu and select the required language by pressing the key. A seventh language might be present.
  • Page 15: Shortcuts

    Press key in standby. MAIL: Press the key while on-hook. MUTE temporarily the ringer: Press the key when the telephone is ringing. MUTE the microphone: Press the key when the telephone is off-hook. PAUSE: Hold the key for one second.
  • Page 16: Size And Weight

    11 Avoid using the telephone during an electrical storm. There may be a risk of electrical shock from lightning. 12 Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak. 13 Do not place the base or charger near microwave ovens, radio equipment, or non-ground connected televisions.
  • Page 17: Battery Disposal

    The electrolyte may be toxic if swal- lowed. During charging batteries heat up. This is normal and not dangerous. Do not use non-Samsung charging devices. This could damage the batteries. Notices and Cautions NOTICES: Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company.
  • Page 18 Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. POWER OUTAGE: In the event of a power outage, your cordless telephone will not operate.The cordless telephone requires electricity for operation.You should have a telephone which does not require electricity available for use during power out- ages.

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