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Sprint PCS
The clear alternative to cell ul ar.
Document Number - 010505D5


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  • Page 1 ® Sprint PCS The clear alternative to cell ul ar. Document Number - 010505D5...
  • Page 2 Copyright 2001 Sprint Spectrum L.P. All rights reserved. No reproduction in whole or in part without prior written approval. Sprint, Sprint PCS, Sprint PCS Phone, Sprint PCS Wireless Web, and the diamond logo are trademarks of Sprint Communications Company L.P. Palm OS, Graffiti, HotSync, iMessenger and Palm.Net are registered trademarks of Palm, Inc.
  • Page 4: Welcome To Sprint Pcs

    Welcome to Sprint PCS Sprint PCS built the only all-digital, all-PCS nationwide network from the ground up for clearer calls, serving more than 300 major metropolitan areas and all major airports. We built our network to give you what we believe you really want from a wireless phone: clear sound, private conversations and time-saving features.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents 1. Getting to Know Your Sprint PCS Phone ..........9 Getting Started....................10 Understanding This User Guide..............11 Front View of Phone ..................12 Connecting the Cradle.................. 14 Installing and Charging the Battery............16 Turning Your Phone ON and OFF ............... 20 Calibration/Initial Setup Screens ..............
  • Page 7 Viewing Missed Calls ..................72 Key Guard ..................... 73 Voice Memo ....................73 Setting Phone Preferences................75 Network Connections ................... 87 7. Using Sprint PCS Service Features ..........93 Sprint PCS Voice Command................. 94 Using Caller ID ..................... 95 Responding to Call Waiting ................. 96 Three-Way Calling ..................
  • Page 8 Creating a Message Filter ................122 Message Menu Options................123 11. Address Book ..................125 Creating an Address Book Entry..............126 Address Details .................... 128 Speed Dial....................131 Voice Dial....................131 Making Calls from the Address Book ............133 Viewing Address Book Entries..............133 Editing an Address Book Entry..............
  • Page 9 Truncating Messages.................. 177 Mail Menus....................177 14. Expense Manager................179 Creating Expense Items................180 Changing the Expense Date............... 181 Entering Receipt Details................182 Entering the Expense Type Automatically..........183 Expense List Display Options ..............184 Changing Currency and Symbol Display ..........185 Importing Data into Microsoft Excel............
  • Page 10 19. Experiencing Sprint PCS Wireless Web ........221 The Sprint PCS Wireless Web ..............222 The Sprint PCS Wireless Web Browser ............223 Launching the Browser ................224 Navigating the Sprint PCS Wireless Web ........... 225 Connecting to the Internet................. 229 Bookmarks....................
  • Page 11 25. Terms and Conditions, & Warranty Information ......277 Terms and Conditions of Services.............. 278 Intellectual Property................... 300 Manufacturer’s Warranty................301...
  • Page 12: Getting To Know Your Sprint Pcs Phone

    Getting to Know Your Sprint PCS ™ Phone In this Section Getting Started Front View of Phone Connecting the Cradle Installing and Charging the Battery Turning Your Phone ON and OFF Calibrating the Display Screen Adjusting Screen Contrast our phone is packed with features that simplify your life and expand your ability to stay connected to the people and information that are important to you.
  • Page 13: Getting Started

    Getting Started Congratulations on the purchase of your phone (Model SPH- I300). Your phone combines two leading technologies, to give you the convenience of a digital phone and a personal digital assistant (PDA). Although the products have been effectively combined, they can be used together or completely independent of one another.
  • Page 14: Understanding This User Guide

    Voice Memo allows you to record personal memos to remind yourself of important events. Voice activated dialing with 20 locations. Understanding This User Guide This user guide introduces you to our technology and all the advantages of your new Sprint PCS Phone – through easy-to- follow instructions.
  • Page 15: Front View Of Phone

    Front View of Phone Getting to Know Your Sprint PCS Phone...
  • Page 16 The stylus acts like a mouse to navigate the Sprint Stylus: PCS Phone. Use it to touch the screen to select the desired function. The Infrared port allows you to beam IR (Infrared) Port: information between two Sprint PCS I300 Phone devices. Each device must have IR capabilities.
  • Page 17: Connecting The Cradle

    Connects the Sprint PCS Phone™ to Serial Connector: the desktop cradle/charger allowing the information between the desktop computer and Sprint PCS Phone to synchronize. Connecting the Cradle Your package includes a cradle for charging the battery and synchronizing the Sprint PCS Phone™ with a desktop or laptop computer.
  • Page 18 Mouse One available serial port Macintosh System Requirements for the Palm Desktop Software Any Palm™ handheld and HotSync® cradle Apple Macintosh or compatible with a Power PC processor Mac OS 7.5.3 or later One open serial (printer/modem) port (USB-equipped computers, such as the Apple iMac, require the Palm Connect USB adapter.) Macintosh Serial Adapter (included with original Palm Note:...
  • Page 19: Installing And Charging The Battery

    Select com1 or com 2, depending on which port the cradle is connected. When the application is finished installing, restart your machine. Installing and Charging the Battery Battery Capacity Your phone is equipped with a Lithium Ion (LiIon) battery. It allows you to recharge your battery before it is fully drained.
  • Page 20 Installing the Battery Your phone comes with a LiIon battery. To install the battery: Hold the Sprint PCS Phone™ so that the back portion is exposed. Line up the battery in the slot and slide upwards until it locks into place. Removing the Battery To remove your battery for charging or for another reason, follow these easy steps:...
  • Page 21 Charging the Battery WARNING: Using the wrong battery charger could cause Your phone comes with a rechargeable battery. You should damage to your phone charge the battery upon opening the package. Being aware of and void the warranty. your battery’s charge is important. If your battery level becomes too low, your phone automatically shuts off and you may lose information.
  • Page 22 Remaining Battery Power The remaining battery power is indicated on the screen using a battery icon in the upper right corner of the display. A battery indicator also exists on the LCD screen. Both Note: Note: If your battery drains and indicators are a correct measurement of battery power.
  • Page 23: Turning Your Phone On And Off

    Turning Your Phone ON and OFF Turning your Phone ON Choose from the following options: To turn your phone on, press for approximately two Tip: The Power Save feature seconds. helps to conserve your Once your phone is ON, it displays “No Service Area” while battery power when you your phone looks for a signal.
  • Page 24: Calibration/Initial Setup Screens

    Turning your Phone OFF Choose from the following options: Press for two seconds. Your screen displays the Phone OFF screen. The handheld computer portion of the phone can still be used when the phone is OFF. On the phone main screen, tap Select Options and tap “Phone Off”.
  • Page 25: Adjusting Screen Contrast

    To prevent scratches, always use the stylus. Other Note: devices may cause scratches to the surface of your phone. A cross hatch is displayed on the screen. Tap the center of the cross hatch. A new cross hatch is displayed in the upper left corner. Tap the center.
  • Page 26: Icons On The Phone Screen

    Icons on the Phone Screen - The more bars that are Signal Strength Indicator displayed, the better the signal strength. The maximum number of bars is five. - No service means that the phone cannot No Service receive a signal from the system. You cannot make or receive calls with the no service indicator on.
  • Page 27 - The phone is set to vibrate Vibrate Indicator mode. The ringer does not sound for incoming calls or message alerts, instead the phone vibrates. - This means that the phone’s Phone OFF Indicator power is OFF. If you tap the icon, the Power ON prompt is displayed.
  • Page 28 Icons on the Phone LCD There is also a LCD display located on the top of the phone. It is a small LCD panel that displays: Caller ID Time & Date Signal Strength Battery Level Call in Progress Roaming Sprint PCS Wireless Web Message, Page, or Voicemail Alert Web Alert Vibrate Mode...
  • Page 29 Section 1 Getting to Know Your Sprint PCS Phone...
  • Page 30: Getting To Know The Handheld Computer

    Getting to Know the Handheld Computer In this Section What is a Handheld Computer Tapping and Typing Opening an Application Customizing your Handheld Computer Troubleshooting Resetting Your Handheld he handheld computer allows you to simplify your life by organizing scheduled events and keeping important information easily accessible in the palm of your hand.
  • Page 31: What Is A Handheld Computer

    What is a Handheld Computer The handheld computer is a personal digital assistant that simplifies the way you keep track of important events and information in your life. By using the handheld computer, you can keep track and automatically update information with a tap of the stylus.
  • Page 32: Tapping And Typing

    Tapping and Typing To navigate the handheld computer, you must use the stylus. The stylus works similar to a mouse on a regular desktop machine, but instead of clicking an icon, you tap it. The first time the handheld computer is turned on, a setup screen is displayed with instructions.
  • Page 33: Opening An Application

    Opening an Application Follow the steps listed below to use the stylus to open an application on the handheld computer: Remove the Stylus from your phone. Find the Calculator icon on the handheld computer screen. Tap the stylus lightly on the icon. The Calculator screen is displayed.
  • Page 34: Customizing Your Handheld Computer

    Customizing your Handheld Computer Now that you are getting more familiar with the handheld computer, it is time to personalize it by adding some information. The type of information you can enter to personalize is: Name and Address Correct Time Set the desired view for time and date Configure alert sounds Information is entered through the Preferences menu.
  • Page 35 Using the stylus, tap inside the Set Time box. Note: The Automatic setting Enter the correct time. retrieves the date and Tap inside the Set Date box. time from the Sprint PCS Enter the correct date. network Setting other Preferences There are other items located in the preferences menu that setup how the handheld computer functions.
  • Page 36: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Before contacting Sprint PCS Customer Service Solutions, try the following: Make sure that the battery is properly attached to your phone. Make sure that the battery is fully charged. Make sure that there is no visible physical damage to your phone or battery.
  • Page 37: Resetting Your Handheld

    Resetting Your Handheld Under normal circumstances, you will not have to use the reset button. On rare occasions, however your handheld may no longer respond to buttons or the screen. In this case, you need to perform a reset to get your handheld running again. Performing a Soft Reset A soft reset tells your handheld to stop what it is doing and start over again.
  • Page 38: Getting To Know The Handheld Computer

    Performing a Hard Reset A hard reset erases all records and entries stored in your handheld. Never perform a hard reset unless a soft reset does not solve the problem. To restore your data after a hard reset, you must perform a HotSync operation. For more information on performing a HotSync operation, see "Performing a Local HotSync Operation"...
  • Page 39 Section 2 Getting to Know the Handheld Computer...
  • Page 40: Getting Started With Sprint Pcs Service

    Getting Started With Sprint PCS Service In this Section Setting Up Your Voicemail Getting Help Understanding This User Guide his section walks you through the step-by-step basics of setting up service for your phone, including unlocking your phone, selecting your Sprint PCS Service Plan, receiving your new Sprint PCS Phone Number and setting up your voicemail.
  • Page 41: Getting Started With Sprint Pcs Service

    Getting Started With Sprint PCS Service Determine If Your Phone Is Already Activated If you received your phone in the mail or purchased it at a Tip: If you do not remember Sprint PCS Center, it probably is already activated. All you need your lock code, try using to do is unlock your phone.
  • Page 42: Getting Help

    Getting Help Visit Our Web Site Stop by to get up-to-date information on Sprint PCS. You can also: Review coverage maps Learn how to use voicemail Access your customer account Purchase accessories Add additional options to your service plan Check our FAQ (frequently asked questions) And much more Sprint PCS Customer Care...
  • Page 43 Receiving Automated Billing Information For your convenience, you can receive free access to billing Tip: If you have a question information on your Sprint PCS account by simply dialing regarding the operation of your phone number. This information includes balance due, your phone, dial 1-888- payment received, billing cycle and the amount of minutes 211-4PCS (4727) from...
  • Page 44: Entering Information Into The Handheld Computer

    Entering Information into the Handheld Computer In this Section Graffiti® Writing Using the On Screen Keyboard Importing Data his section introduces you to the Graffiti application, on-screen keyboard, and how to import large quantities of data into the handheld computer. You’ll find one of the benefits of having an handheld computer, is having important information close at hand.
  • Page 45: Using The On-Screen Keyboard

    Using the On-Screen keyboard There is an on-screen keyboard available to type using the stylus. This option is useful if you are not yet familiar with Graffiti writing, or you are writing special characters. To access the on screen keyboard: This option is only available when you need to enter Note: text into an application.
  • Page 46: Graffiti® Writing

    Graffiti® Writing The stylus can also be used to enter information by writing in the Graffiti writing area. Graffiti is an application that introduces you to the handwriting style the handheld computer understands. Characters are entered by writing in the Graffiti area using the stylus. The letters are then displayed on the handheld computer screen.
  • Page 47 The Graffiti letters have a starting point that is designated by a small black square. Using the stylus, trace the letter in the Graffiti writing area just as it’s displayed above. If you’re successful, the letter is displayed on the dotted line below the characters.
  • Page 48 Capital Letters Tip: For greater accuracy, draw letters with large strokes To make capital letters, you can use the shift stroke. The shift that take up nearly all the stroke is made exactly like the other letters in the alphabet. available area.
  • Page 49 Cap Lock Capital letters can be set to always on just like using a standard Caps Lock key on a keyboard. To accomplish this function, use the stylus to make two cap shift marks in a row. Numbers Writing numbers is done the exact same way as letters. Simply use the numeric or right side of the Graffiti writing area.
  • Page 50 Writing Punctuation Marks Any standard punctuation mark available on a keyboard can be created using Graffiti writing. All punctuation marks begin with a single tap in the Graffiti alpha writing area. This tap activates the punctuation shift, indicated by a dot on the display screen. The next stroke is designed to create a punctuation mark.
  • Page 51 Writing Symbols and Extended Characters To write symbols and characters, you simply activate the Symbol shift. When the symbol shift is activated, a slash mark is displayed in the bottom right hand corner of the screen, just above the Graffiti area. The next stroke after the symbol shift is the desired symbol character.
  • Page 52 Writing Accented Characters To write accented characters, you have to write the letter and then perform the accent stroke. Accents are added to letters or alpha characters. For example, the following displays an accented “E”: Here is a chart of accented characters: Entering Information into the Handheld Computer...
  • Page 53 Command Bar The Command Bar allows you to display a list of shortcuts by making a stroke on the Graffiti writing area. If you are on the Applications Launcher main menu, the Command Bar displays: Info - Displays the Info screen that displays all the applications and their memory usage.
  • Page 54 Graffiti Shortcuts There are also shortcuts built into the Palm OS® software. These shortcuts allow you to quickly and easily enter information with fewer strokes. Usually shortcuts are commonly used phrases or words. You can also create your own shortcuts with up to 45 characters. (For more information, see "Shortcuts (Main Preferences)"...
  • Page 55 Using a Shortcut To use a shortcut, you need to make the shortcut stroke followed by the proper characters. The shortcut stroke is a curl that starts from the bottom left and goes to the bottom right. Using a Shortcut To use the shortcut, simply write the shortcut stroke and then the alpha characters that are defined in the preferences.
  • Page 56: Importing Data

    Importing Data If you have data stored on a desktop computer in applications such as spreadsheets and databases, or if you want to import data from another device, you can transfer the data to your handheld computer without having to enter it manually. Save the data in one of the file formats listed below, import it into the Palm Desktop software, and then perform a HotSync operation to transfer the data to your handheld computer.
  • Page 57 Importing Data Data must be stored on the desktop or laptop machine before any it can be imported. Importing the data allows you to keep the information created on the desktop or laptop available to you. Launch the Palm Desktop software on your desktop or laptop computer.
  • Page 58: Understanding Roaming

    Understanding Roaming In this Section Understanding Roaming Understanding the Difference Between Roaming and Sprint PCS Network Calls Setting Your Phone’s Roam Mode Setting and Using Call Guard oaming is the ability to make or receive calls while you’re off the Sprint PCS ™...
  • Page 59: Understanding How Roaming Works

    Understanding How Roaming Works Recognizing Icons on the Display Screen Your phone’s display screen lets you know when you’re off the Sprint PCS Network and whether your phone is operating in analog cellular or digital mode. The following chart indicates what you’ll see depending on where you’re using your phone.
  • Page 60: Setting Your Phone's Roam Mode

    You are more likely to experience static, cross-talk, fade- out and dropped calls. Some calling features that are standard on the Sprint PCS Network are unavailable. There are security and privacy risks (eavesdropping and cloning) that exist with conventional analog cellular services today.
  • Page 61: Setting An Alert When Roam Charges Apply (Call Guard)

    Setting an Alert When Roam Charges Apply (Call Guard) In addition to the roaming icon, the Call Guard alerts you when roaming charges may apply. This feature makes it easy to manage your roaming charges by reminding you when you make or receive roaming calls.
  • Page 62: Making And Answering Calls

    Making and Answering Calls In this Section Making Calls Answering Calls Missed Call Notification In-Call Options Dialing Options Speed Dialing Setting Phone Preferences our Sprint PCS Phone™ gives you different options for making calls so you can use the method that works best for you. Once you learn the basics, there are several possibilities.
  • Page 63: Making Calls

    Making Calls Your phone offers many different ways to make calls, including Sprint PCS Voice Command (page 94), Speed Dialing (page 68) and using Missed Calls(page 72). To make a call using the dialer on the screen: Press and hold for 2-3 seconds to turn the Sprint PCS Phone™...
  • Page 64: Answering Calls

    Making a single handed Call To make a single handed call, you can use the address book in conjunction with the buttons located on the phone. Follow the steps listed below to make the call: Open the address book by pressing the Address Book button on the front of the phone.
  • Page 65: Missed Call Notification

    Missed Call Notification When an incoming call is not answered, the number of calls missed and the caller ID information of the last caller is displayed on your screen. To display the Missed Call entry: From the Phone main menu, tap Select Calls and tap Missed.
  • Page 66: Adjusting The Ringer Volume

    Adjusting the Ringer Volume You can set the Sprint PCS Phone™ to several different ringers and volume settings using the volume buttons located on the side of the phone. (See "Front View of Phone" on page 12 for the exact location.) To adjust the ringer volume: With the phone in standby mode, press the Volume buttons up or down to display the Ringer Volume setting...
  • Page 67 This DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency) Tones: option allows you to transmit the DTMF tones of your phone. DTMF tones are used to control electronic menus, such as voicemail or banking services. Displays the software and hardware version Version: information of your phone. Record The record option is used to record a caller.
  • Page 68 Deactivate Key Tones This option disables the key tones when a key on the phone is tapped. With the key tones on, the caller can hear you dial if you are performing another function. Place a call to the desired party. to display the InCall menu.
  • Page 69: Voice Dialing

    Voice Dialing To use Voice Dialing, you need to “train” the phone to recognize your voice. You can put up to 20 names from your Address book into your Voice Dial list. Once you have recorded these names, you can make calls simply by speaking a name. This feature is only available in digital service areas.
  • Page 70 Placing a Voice Dial Call from the List From the Phone Menu, tap and select Calls. Tap “Voice Dial List”. The list of available names is displayed from the address book. Scroll through the list of available names and tap the phone number of the desired name.
  • Page 71: Speed Dialing

    Speed Dialing You can designate up to 98 numbers in your address book for speed dialing. The speed dial numbers are associated with the numbers 02-99. Since the numbers are associated with an Address Book entry, any updates made are automatically saved in the speed dial list.
  • Page 72 If the number is more than one digit, tap the first Note: number and hold down the last number until you see the number being dialed on the screen. When finished, tap the END button. Searching a Number to Speed Dial In the phone main menu, tap from the Calls menu.
  • Page 73 Modifying the Speed Dial List You can delete or update the numbers listed in the Speed Dial list at anytime. To modify the numbers: From the Phone main menu, tap The Speed Dial List screen is displayed. Tap the desired entry in the speed dial list.
  • Page 74: Redialing The Last Number

    Redialing the Last Number The phone stores the last 20 numbers called. To Call the Last Number To redial the last number called, tap the button. The screen displays the last number called. Tap the button again to automatically call the number. Four Digit Dialing The phone has the ability to remember the last four digits of any phone number stored in the address book or to simply dial...
  • Page 75: Making An Emergency Call

    Making an Emergency Call You can dial 911 or any of the three emergency numbers specified even if the phone is locked. The special numbers can be set through the Security menu. (For more information on dialing special numbers, see "Special Numbers" on page 218.) To make an Emergency Call when the Phone is Locked: Tap the Special Numbers button in the System Lockout screen.
  • Page 76: Key Guard

    Key Guard The Key Guard feature is used to prevent the accidental tapping of keys on the phone. When the Key Guard is enabled, the keys on the phone do not work when tapped. The Key Guard remains active until it is turned off or an incoming call is received.
  • Page 77 Playing a Memo from the phone main menu. Tap the Voice Memo icon. The Voice Memo screen is displayed. Tap the desired message from the list. The Voice Memo Play screen is displayed. Tap the Play button. You can also tap the speaker icon for speaker phone Note: operation.
  • Page 78: Setting Phone Preferences

    Setting Phone Preferences The phone preferences allow you to customize the look and feel of your phone. Changing the Preferences The following preferences are available for the handheld computer: - Allows you to change the icons for the different Buttons applications displayed on the screen.
  • Page 79 The buttons preference allows you to designate any icon with an application loaded on your phone. For example, if you would like the memo pad icon assigned to voicemail, you would access the buttons preference and make the change. To reset all the icons back to their original Note: applications, simply tap the Default button on the buttons preference screen.
  • Page 80 Tap the drop down list located in the upper right corner. Select “Connection”. The connection preference allows you to set the desired connection method for accessing the web. You can add, edit, or delete a configuration from the connection preferences. The following fields are available if “Edit”...
  • Page 81 Digitizer From the Application main menu, tap “All” should be selected, tap the Prefs icon. Tap the drop down list located in the upper right corner. Select “Digitizer”. Follow the instructions on the screen. The digitizer aligns the internal circuitry with the touch sensitive screen.
  • Page 82 HH,MM This allows you to specify the desired date format. Date - The available options are: M/D/Y D/M/Y D.M.Y D-M-Y Y/M/D Y.M.D Y-M-D - This allows you to specify the starts day of Week starts the week. The available options are: Sunday Monday - This allows you to specify the desired number...
  • Page 83 - This button allows you to Sync Network Time button synchronize your phone with the Sprint PCS Network time. - This setting determines the amount of Auto-off after time the Sprint PCS Phone™ stays on when there is no activity. The available settings are: 30 Seconds 1 minute 2 minutes...
  • Page 84 The network settings allow you to configure your phone to connect to an online network. The available settings are: - This setting allows to select your service Service provider. Using the stylus, tap the drop down menu and select the desired service provider. - Tap the box and enter your User Name.
  • Page 85 Tap the drop down list located in the upper right corner. Select “Owner”. Phone Prefs From the Application main menu, tap “All” should be selected, tap the Prefs icon. Tap the drop down list located in the upper right corner. Select “Phone Prefs”.
  • Page 86 Voicemail Page Text Web alerts - This option sets the Roam Ringer, Tone Length, Tone Minute Beep and Service Area are also listed on this screen. The minute beep sounds a beep for every minute that you are connected. If the Service Area option is checked, a tone is heard whenever you leave or enter your local coverage area.
  • Page 87 DataSvc From the Phone main menu, tap “All” should be selected, tap the Prefs icon. Tap the drop down list located in the upper right corner and select (Data Services.) DataSvc This screen displays the Fax/Data settings for your phone. These settings determine how the phone responds to incoming data calls.
  • Page 88 Sprint PCS - The phone will only work when located within a Sprint PCS coverage area. Analog - The phone uses analog service only. Roaming rates apply when the phone is used. - Call Guard warns you before making a call Call Guard outside of the Sprint PCS network.
  • Page 89 - Lunch - Meeting - [Time Stamp] Wireless Preferences (Main Preferences) From the Application main menu, tap “All” should be selected, tap the Prefs icon. Tap the drop down list located in the upper right corner. Select Wireless The Wireless preferences configures a proxy server address if needed.
  • Page 90: Network Connections

    Network Connections Your phone can connect wirelessly to network services from email and wireless web internet service. Network preferences identify your ISP’s (Internet Service Providers). You can establish the following connections: PPP (Point to Point Protocol) SLIP (Serial Line Internet Protocol) CSLIP (Compressed Serial Line Internet Protocol) The proper network settings must be configured before the Wireless Web or email services can be used.
  • Page 91 If the desired ISP is not listed, tap the menu launcher icon located in the Graffiti area. Select Service and tap The Service field defaults to “Untitled”. Setting Up Your New Entry Now that you have created a new entry, you need to enter all the necessary information for the service to connect to the ISP.
  • Page 92 Tap the drop down arrow next to the “Connection” field. Select “Wireless CDMA Modem” from the list. Tap the “Details” button to display the advanced settings for the connection protocol. Tap the “Connection Type” drop down list and select PPP, SLIP, or CSLIP.
  • Page 93 You can enter a dialing prefix if needed by checking the Note: box and entering it in the space provided. to close the “Phone Setup” dialog box. to connect to the Wireless Web. Connect Disabling Call Waiting Call Waiting can cause your session to terminate if you receive an incoming call while connected.
  • Page 94 the specific server handling the translation services. Each IP address or DNS entry has four sections separated by periods. Each section is a number between 0-255. In the Details dialog box, you can manually enter the desired values. Contact your ISP to get the correct primary and secondary IP numbers.
  • Page 95 Selecting an IP Address Dynamically Everyone who logs into the Wireless Web needs to have a unique identifier (IP Address). Some networks assign a temporary IP address when clients log in. Use the IP address field to select automatic or temporary IP addressing. If your IP address is permanently assigned, ask your system administrator for the permanent address.
  • Page 96: Using Sprint Pcs Service Features

    Using Sprint PCS Service Features In this Section Sprint PCS Voice Command Using Caller ID Responding to Call Waiting Three-Way Calling Forwarding Your Calls ow that you’ve mastered the basics, you can begin to focus on where you want to go. This section guides you step-by-step through the calling features that enhance your Sprint PCS Service.
  • Page 97: Sprint Pcs Voice Command

    Sprint PCS Voice Command With Sprint PCS, the first wireless provider to offer innovative Voice Command technology, reaching your friends, family, coworkers and teammates has never been easier – especially when you’re on the go. With Sprint’s PCS Voice Command: You store all your contact numbers in your phone’s memory.
  • Page 98: Using Caller Id

    Using Caller ID Caller ID lets you know who’s calling by displaying the number of the person calling when the phone rings. If the caller’s name and number are already saved in your Internal Address Book, the corresponding name appears with the number.
  • Page 99: Responding To Call Waiting

    Responding to Call Waiting You can answer an incoming call while on an existing call. If Tip: For those calls where you you are on an existing call and another call is received, a tone don’t want to be is heard and a call waiting message is displayed on the screen. interrupted, you can If the caller is stored in the address book, their name is also temporarily disable call...
  • Page 100: Forwarding Your Calls

    Forwarding Your Calls Call Forwarding lets you to forward all your incoming calls to another phone number - even when your phone is turned off. You can still make calls from your phone with Call Forwarding activated. To Activate Call Forwarding: Note: You are charged a higher rate for calls you have...
  • Page 101 Section 7 Using Sprint PCS Service Features...
  • Page 102: Application Menus And Entering Text

    Application Menus and Entering Text In this Section Menu Navigation Shortcuts Viewing the Menus Entering Characters by Tapping the Keypad Entering Characters Using T9 Text Input Entering Symbols and Numbers his section is a road map to using your phone. Every function and feature can be accessed through a menu.
  • Page 103: Application Launcher

    Application Launcher The Application Launcher displays the icons of the applications loaded on your phone. If in the phone mode, the application icon is located in the lower left hand corner. Opening an Application from the phone main menu. Find the desired application icon on the screen. Use the scroll bar on the right if needed.
  • Page 104 Tap the “New” button. You can also rename an existing category by tapping Note: the “Rename” button. An “Edit Categories” pop up screen is displayed. Enter a name in the space provided. Tap “OK”. The new category is automatically displayed in the list. Tap “OK”...
  • Page 105: Applications Display

    Applications Display The applications are by default displayed as icons. They can also be displayed as list of application names with small or large icons. This allows many different applications to be displayed on the screen at one time. Changing the View from the phone main menu.
  • Page 106: Elements Of The Application Screen

    Elements of the Application Screen Element Description Menu Bar A set of menu options that are specific to the application. Not all applications have a menu bar. Command Buttons Command buttons allow you to navigate a screen. They are usually located at the bottom of a screen or in dialog boxes.
  • Page 107 Element Description Graffiti Writing Area Use this area to enter text using Graffiti writing. For more information, see "Graffiti® Writing" on page 43. Check Box When there is a check mark in a check box next to an option, the option is turned ON. To turn the option OFF, tap the check box.
  • Page 108: Menus

    Menus The menus in the Sprint PCS Phone™ have been designed to help you get the most from the applications installed. Menus and Menu Commands vary depending on the application, but some items are common throughout the phone. Menus are displayed using the Menu Launcher.
  • Page 109: Sorting Records

    Sorting Records You can sort records in several different ways. Sorting is available in applications that display lists. Address Book To Do List Memo Pad Expense Sorting preferences can usually be changed using the menu launcher in each application. Private Records Records can be made private to avoid others from viewing them if your phone is lost or stolen.
  • Page 110: Attaching Notes

    Shown - These records are always displayed. Hidden - Records marked private are hidden and require a password to view. They are not displayed in the address book. Masked - Records marked private are masked and require a password to view. They are displayed in the address book as a shaded entry.
  • Page 111: Choosing Fonts

    Tap “Note”. Enter the desired text in the space provided. Tap “Done”. Reviewing a Note To review a note, tap the note icon. Deleting a Note Tap the note icon. Tap “Delete”. Tap “Yes” to confirm the deletion of the note. Choosing Fonts You can change the font style in most applications.
  • Page 112: Getting Application Information

    Getting Application Information You can get information on any application by displaying the About box. The about box displays the name and version number of the application. To Display the About Box Tap the Menu Launcher icon. Select the “Options” menu and tap “About”. Software Version Note: The text that displays for...
  • Page 113 Section 8 Application Menus and Entering Text...
  • Page 114: Adjusting Volume

    Adjusting Volume In this Section Changing Ringer Volume Adjusting Volume During a Conversation Speaker Phone Muting a Call ith all the things that demand your attention in today’s fast-paced world, it’s important to tune-in to what really matters. Your phone gives you the ability to control your phone’s volume with the touch of a button.
  • Page 115: Changing Ringer Volume

    Changing Ringer Volume There are eleven different ringer volume settings available on your phone. They are: Ringer OFF Vibrate Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 Level 8 Level 8 + Vibrate To select the ringer volume, make sure you are on the main phone screen in idle mode and press the volume (up or down) buttons on the side of your phone.
  • Page 116: Speakerphone

    Speakerphone A speakerphone is also built into your phone. It allows you to carry on a conversation without having the phone next to your ear. Turning on the Speakerphone Note: This option is also Place a call or answer an incoming call as normal. available in the Voice A speaker icon is displayed on the screen with a mark...
  • Page 117 Section 9 Adjusting Volume...
  • Page 118: Managing Messaging

    Managing Messaging In this Section Knowing When You Have Messages Sprint PCS Wireless Web™ Messaging Reading New Messages Sorting Messages Deleting Messages Messaging Filter Message Menu Options our phone is always working to help you stay connected – even when you’re unavailable.
  • Page 119: Setting Up Voicemail

    Setting Up Voicemail The first thing you’ll want to do after activating your phone is Tip: When you are roaming off set up your voicemail. The voicemail option allows others to the Sprint PCS Network, leave messages when your phone is turned OFF, you are out of you may not receive your coverage area, when you choose not to answer a call, or notification of new...
  • Page 120: New Voicemail Message Alerts

    Sprint PCS Phone. (For more information, see "Sprint PCS Wireless Web Messaging" on page 119.) - Alerts you when you receive a message via Web Alerts Note: the Openwave® browser installed on the Sprint PCS Sprint PCS Wireless Web services may not be Phone.
  • Page 121: Clearing The Voicemail Message Icon

    If this is the first time you have accessed your Note: voicemail, the system will prompt you to setup your mail box before listening to any new messages. Follow the instructions given to setup your mail box. Using a Phone Other Than Your Phone to Access Your Messages: Dial your phone Number.
  • Page 122: Sprint Pcs Wireless Web Messaging

    Sprint PCS Wireless Web Messaging This option allows you to receive text messages on your phone. To send a message to a phone, you need to access the sprint website. The web address is: You can create new text messages and send them to multiple phones.
  • Page 123: New Sprint Pcs Wireless Web Messages

    The recipient of the message must be a subscriber of Note: this service through the carrier for this option to work correctly. All applicable charges apply when receiving messages. Click the “Send” button to send the text message. New Sprint PCS Wireless Web Messages Reading Text or Page Messages Choose the following options to open the Messages application:...
  • Page 124: Sorting The Message List

    Sorting the Message List from the phone main menu. Select Messages and tap Page/Text. The SMS display screen is displayed. Tap the “Sort” button. The Show Options screen is displayed. Tap the drop down arrow and select from the following types: Date To/From...
  • Page 125: Creating A Message Filter

    Tap “Yes” to confirm the deletion of the selected message. Tap “No” to cancel. Creating a Message Filter Messages can be organized using filters. A filter automatically moves incoming messages to a specific folder depending on the filter settings. Before a filter is created, there must be categories specified.
  • Page 126: Message Menu Options

    Message Menu Options There are menu options associated with the Message screen. They are: - Launches the Font preferences screen. You can Font select a different font display for messaging. - Launches the Phone Setup screen from the Setup preferences screen. You can turn the message popup feature on or off.
  • Page 127 Menu Options From the SMS Message or open message screen, tap the Menu Launcher icon. There are also menu options associated with an open message. They are: - Allows you to move the message to a user defined Move folder. - Opens the Address Book edit screen.
  • Page 128: Address Book

    Address Book In this Section Creating an Address Book Entry Address Details Speed Dial Voice Dial Making Calls from the Address Book Editing and Viewing Address Book Entry Beaming Address Book Entries ow you know the basics that help make it easier to stay in touch with people and information.
  • Page 129: Creating An Address Book Entry

    The Address Book allows you to save names, addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and other information about your personal or business contacts. You can store thousands of entries in the Address Book. Space is limited only by the amount of available memory on the Sprint PCS Phone™.
  • Page 130 Creating a New Entry Choose one of the following options to launch the Address Book application: Press the button on the front of the Sprint PCS Phone™ to display the Address Book. Tap the Applications Launcher Icon . Tap the Address Book icon.
  • Page 131: Address Details

    - When the number is called, the phone Timed Pause (T) pauses for two seconds before the next series of numbers are dialed. You can add as many commas as necessary to get the correct length of pause. Address Details When the “Details”...
  • Page 132 Tap the drop down arrow from “Show in List” and select the desired number. The choices are: Home Work Other E-mail Tap “OK” to exit. Category Categories can organize the Address Book entries into easy to find items. By placing a name in a category, you can display addresses that are similar without having to search through the rest of the files.
  • Page 133 Special Ringer The special ringer option allows you to set a desired ringer for the individual calling. When the person calls and is recognized in the Address Book, your phone automatically identifies the caller and sounds the special ringer instead of the normal ringer set for the phone.
  • Page 134: Speed Dial

    Tap the check box next to “Private”. A check mark is placed in the box. This means that the option is activated. Tap “OK” to exit. Speed Dial The Speed Dial option allows you to call people in the Address Book by tapping one or two numbers.
  • Page 135 Tap the “Edit” button. The Edit screen is displayed. Tap the “Details” button. Tap the “Set Voice Dialing” button. The Set Voice Dialing screen is displayed. Tap the drop down menu and select “Record”. Speak the name or identifier into the phone after the prompt.
  • Page 136: Making Calls From The Address Book

    If there are problems with the voice dial entry connecting, the name should be recorded again. Making Calls from the Address Book Once the Address Book entry is created, you can make a call from it directly. To make a call from the Address Book: Choose one of the following options to open the Address Book: Press...
  • Page 137: Editing An Address Book Entry

    Tap the Applications Launcher , then tap the Address Book icon. From the phone main menu, tap the Menu Launcher Select “Calls”, and tap “Address”. If you have assigned categories to your address entries, you can view the items by category. Tap the drop down arrow to display the different categories.
  • Page 138: Looking Up An Address Book Entry

    Set Speed Dial Set Voice Dial Tap “Note” to add a note to the entry. Tap “Done” to exit. Deleting an Entry In the Address List, tap the desired entry to delete. (Tap the name, not the number column). Tap “Edit” to display the Address Edit screen. Tap “Details”.
  • Page 139: Beaming Address Book Entries

    Select “Options” and tap “Preferences”. In the “List By” field, tap the desired option. Tap “OK”. Beaming Address Book Entries Using the Infrared (IR) port, you can exchange Address Book entries to other mobile devices. Once the Beam Receive feature is activated, you can beam any of the following: - The business card is a specially Business Card...
  • Page 140: Address Book Menu Options

    Beaming a Business Card In the Address List, tap the business card entry. The Address View screen is displayed. Tap the menu Launcher icon Note: You can also press and Select “Record” and tap “Beam Business Card”. hold the Address Book button on the front of your Beaming the Current Entry phone for about two...
  • Page 141 Records Menu The following choices are available in the “Records” menu. - Copies the current Address Book Duplicate Address entry and creates a new Address Book entry for speed when entering multiple contacts with the same information. - Deletes the address from the Address Delete Address Book.
  • Page 142: Date Book

    Date Book In this Section Scheduling an Event Setting an Alarm Changing the Date Book View Date Book Preferences he Date Book lets you quickly and easily schedule appointments or any activity associated with a date or date and time. When you open the Date Book, the current date and a list of times for a standard business day are displayed Date Book...
  • Page 143: Scheduling Events

    Scheduling Events An entry in the Date Book is called an event. When you schedule an event, a description is displayed on the timeline, and the duration is set to 1 hour by default. You can easily change the start time and duration for any event. You can schedule the following types of events in the Date Book: Timed events, such as meetings, that have a specific date...
  • Page 144 Scheduling Timed Events You can schedule timed events for the current date or for future dates. To schedule a timed event for the current date: Press the Date Book button on your phone to open the Date Book to today’s schedule. The current date and a list of times for a normal business day are displayed in “Day”...
  • Page 145 Set the event’s duration: If the event is one hour long, skip to the end of this procedure. If the event is longer or shorter than an hour, tap directly on the time to open the Set Time dialog box. Set the duration of the event in either of the following Note: You can open the Set...
  • Page 146: Scheduling Untimed Events

    Scheduling Untimed Events You can schedule untimed events for any date. Untimed events are displayed at the top of the list of times screen marked with a diamond. Scheduling an untimed event Select the desired event date, as described in the previous procedure, “To schedule an untimed event for another date.”...
  • Page 147: Rescheduling An Event

    Tap a blank area on the screen to deselect the untimed event. Rescheduling an Event You can easily change scheduled events in the Date Book. Rescheduling From the Date Book screen, tap the event that you want to reschedule. Tap “Details” to open the Event Details dialog box for the event.
  • Page 148: Setting An Alarm For An Event

    Setting an Alarm for an Event You can set an alarm to remind yourself of upcoming events. Tip: The battery powers both The alarm sounds even if the Sprint PCS Phone™ is turned the phone and handheld OFF. The default setting is five minutes before the scheduled computer.
  • Page 149: Marking An Event As Private

    Marking an Event As Private Events can also be marked as Private when the security features are configured. (For more information, see “Allowing Calls” on page 218.) Your phone hides or masks (depending on your selection) all private entries and requires a password if you want to view the entries.
  • Page 150: Week View

    Week View The week view displays the calendar events for the entire week. This view allows you to quickly see a listing of all the events for a the week. It can help you see overlaps and event conflicts. To change to week view: Tap the “Week View”...
  • Page 151 Event Conflicts With the ability to define specific start and end times for any event, it is possible to schedule events that overlap (an event that starts before a previous event finishes). An event conflict (time overlap) displays in the Week view as overlapping time bars and in the Day view as overlapping brackets to the left of the conflicting times.
  • Page 152 Tips for Month View Tap a desired day in the Month view to display the day in the Day view screen. Tap the scroll arrows in the upper right corner to move forward or backward a month. Tap “Go To” to open the date dialog box and select a different month.
  • Page 153: Scheduling Repeating Events

    Check off completed To Do List items in the Agenda view, or click on a description of an item to go directly into the To Do List application. You can change the category of To Do items shown. Tap on the pick list and select the new category.
  • Page 154 Editing Repeating Events When you edit a repeating function, you have the option of applying the change to the current event, the current event and all future events, or all occurrences of the event (past, present, and future.) Deleting an Event Select the desired event.
  • Page 155: Date Book Menus

    is changed. Past occurrences (prior to the day of the change) are not changed. If you apply a change to a single occurrence of a repeating event (e.g., time), that occurrence no longer shows the Repeat icon. Date Book Menus There are menu commands that are specific to the Date Book.
  • Page 156 - Selects all text on the screen. Select All - Displays the onscreen keyboard. Keyboard - displays the Graffiti help screen. Graffiti Help Options Menu The following options are available in the Options menu: - Allows you to select the desired font size for the date Font book.
  • Page 157 Section 12 Date Book...
  • Page 158: Managing Mail

    Managing Mail In this Section Setting up the Desktop Mail Creating, Viewing, and Replying to Messages Adding a Signature Sending Messages Purging Deleted Messages HotSync Options Working with Filters Filter Strings Truncating Messages he Palm™ Desktop application allows you to manage, on your phone, the e-mail you send and receive through your desktop computer’s e-mail application.
  • Page 159: Managing Desktop E-Mail

    Managing Desktop E-mail You can send or receive e-mail after you have performed a HotSync operation, either locally using your phone cradle, or remotely using a modem. The Palm™ Desktop application synchronizes the mail in the Inbox of your desktop e-mail application with the mail on your phone.
  • Page 160: Setting Up The Desktop Mail

    Setting up the Desktop Mail Before you use the Mail application for the first time, make sure that your desktop e-mail application is installed and running. You must also set up the Palm™ Desktop application for use with your desktop e-mail application. Your phone supports various desktop e-mail applications, including Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Outlook Express, Microsoft Exchange (version 4.0 or higher), Eudora (version...
  • Page 161 Setting up Mail Choose one of the following options to setup mail: If you have not yet installed the Palm™ Desktop application on your computer, install the software now. (For more information on installing the Palm Desktop, see "Installing the Palm Desktop Software" on page 15.) You will be prompted to set up Mail as part of the Palm™...
  • Page 162: Synchronizing Mail With Your E-Mail Application

    Click “Set As Default” to change the default setting for all HotSync operations. (When you first set up Mail, Synchronize the Files is the default setting.) To turn off the Mail application, select “Do Nothing” and then select the “Set As Default” check box. Click “OK”.
  • Page 163: Creating, Viewing, And Replying To Messages

    Creating, Viewing, and Replying to Messages Your phone can create, view, and reply to e-mail messages that are sent to you. This allows you to be completely mobile and still keep in touch with others. Since your phone and a desktop machine are synchronized, when an e-mail is sent to another user, it appears as if the e-mail was sent via the desktop computer.
  • Page 164 Viewing a Message From the Application main menu, tap the Mail icon. The Mail List is displayed. The list displays the following information: Who sent the message. The Date the message was received. Check marks next to the message indicates the message has already been read.
  • Page 165 Replying to a Message From the Application main menu, tap the Mail icon. Tap the desired message from the list. Tap the “Reply” button. The “Reply Options” dialog box is displayed. Tap one of the following options: - This replies to only the sender of the message. Sender - This replies to all recipients that were sent the message.
  • Page 166: Looking Up An Address

    Looking Up an Address To identify the recipient of an e-mail, you must enter the individuals e-mail address. You can enter the data directly in the “To” or “CC” field, or use the “Look Up” command to access the information in your Address Book. Looking Up an E-mail Address Tap the Application Launcher icon on the front of your phone.
  • Page 167: Adding Details To E-Mail Messages

    Adding Details to E-mail Messages Before you send an e-mail item, you can attach additional information to the message if your desktop e-mail application supports this feature. For example, you can specify the message priority, create a blind courtesy copy, add a signature, or confirm that the message was delivered or read.
  • Page 168: Adding A Signature

    Adding a Signature By defining information as a signature, you can automatically attach it to the closing statement of e-mail items and avoid recreating the information for each e-mail item. A signature can contain information on you or your company—such as your name, address, phone and fax numbers, and any other text you want to include.
  • Page 169: Sending Messages

    Sending Messages When e-mail is sent from your phone, it is stored in the Outbox folder until a HotSync operation is performed. During the synchronization process, your phone transfers messages stored in the Outbox to the desktop e-mail application. The mail is then sent from the desktop e-mail application the next time it sends mail.
  • Page 170: Working With Drafts

    Tap “Edit”. Make the desired changes. Choose from the following options: To return the message to the Outbox, tap “Send”. To store the message for editing later, tap “Cancel”. Tap “Yes” if prompted and the message is sent to the “Drafts” folder.
  • Page 171: Purging Deleted Messages

    Editing a Draft From the New Message screen, tap “Draft” from the drop down menu located in the upper right corner. Tap the draft message to edit. Tap the “Edit” button. Make the desired changes to the e-mail message. Choose from the following options: To re-save the draft without sending, tap the Menu Launcher icon, select “Message”...
  • Page 172: Managing The Message List

    Tap “OK” to exit. Managing the Message List After using the Mail application for some time, several messages start to collect in the various folders. To help keep track of all the different messages, you can modify how they are displayed on the screen. Message Categories The mail list has five different default categories and allows you to create custom categories to meet your specific needs.
  • Page 173: Sorting The Message List

    Sorting the Message List The mail list can be sorted to display e-mail messages by date, sender, or subject. High priority messages always display first in the list, no matter how the list is sorted. Sorting the List From the New Messages screen, tap the “Show” button. The Show Options dialog box is displayed.
  • Page 174: Hotsync Options

    HotSync Options You can manage your e-mail application more effectively by selecting HotSync options to control which items download when you synchronize your phone and your desktop computer. Different options can be set up for local and remote synchronization. For example, you may want to download all of your e-mail items when you are working at the office and synchronizing your devices locally, but only urgent e-mail items when you are away from your office and synchronizing your devices...
  • Page 175 Setting HotSync Options Tap the Applications Launcher icon Tap Mail. Tap the Menu Launcher icon Select “Options” and tap “HotSync Options”. From the drop down menu, tap either “Local HotSync” or “Remote HotSync”. Choose the filtering option to apply during the synchronization.
  • Page 176: Working With Filters

    Working with Filters Filters are used to control what e-mail is sent to your phone Inbox from the desktop computer. Filters are based on criteria that is contained in the e-mail message. When the criteria specified in the filter is found in a corresponding e-mail message, the filter is activated.
  • Page 177: Ignoring Or Receiving Messages

    Ignoring or Receiving Messages The first step in creating a new filter is determining if you want to ignore or retrieve messages that match the information specified. Define to Ignore or Receive From the HotSync Options screen, tap the drop down arrow and select the desired filter option.
  • Page 178: Filter Strings

    Filter Strings Your phone filters e-mail based on information in their To, From, and Subject fields, called a filter string. You create a filter string by listing the words you want your phone to find and separating them by either a comma or a space. Each word in the filter string is joined by an implicit OR;...
  • Page 179: High Priority Messages

    Define a Filter String Tap the To, From, or Subject header field in the HotSync Options dialog box. Enter your filter string using commas or spaces to separate the words. Do add any connectors like “AND” or “OR” between the words. If the string exceeds the length of the field, tap the name of the field to display the Notes screen.
  • Page 180: Truncating Messages

    Truncating Messages Long messages can be truncated to save download time and storage space on your phone. The default setting is 4000 characters. Truncation is separate form the filters option. Truncating Messages Tap the “Truncate” button in the HotSync Options dialog box.
  • Page 181 Options Menu The following options are available in the Options menu: - Adjust the size of the display font. Font - Defines a signature text and allows you to Preferences configure a delete message alert. - Select filtering options during the HotSync Options HotSync process.
  • Page 182: Expense Manager

    Expense Manager In this Section Creating a new Expense Item Editing an Expense Item Transferring Data to Microsoft Excel he Expense Manager allows you to keep on top of your finances by tracking your expenses and transferring the information to a spreadsheet on a desktop computer.
  • Page 183: Creating Expense Items

    Creating Expense Items The Expense application allows you to record the date, expense type, and the amount you spend. You can sort Expense items into different categories or add other information to an item. Creating a New Expense From the Application main menu, tap the “Expense” application icon.
  • Page 184: Changing The Expense Date

    Changing the Expense Date The expense date is defaulted to the date the expense was entered into the system. The date can be changed to better reflect the actual date of the expense. Changing the Date Tap the desired expense item. Tap the date of the item.
  • Page 185: Entering Receipt Details

    Entering Receipt Details Detailed expense-related information can be added to the item using the details screen. The details screen allows you to add the following information: - Select one of the default categories or create a Category custom category for the expense item. - The type of the expense can be selected from the Type list.
  • Page 186: Entering The Expense Type Automatically

    Entering the Expense Type Automatically You can select an expense type by writing the first letter or letters of an expense type in the Graffiti writing area. For example, writing the letter “T” enters the Taxi expense type. Writing “T” and then “e” enters Telephone, which is the first expense type beginning with the letters “Te”.
  • Page 187: Expense List Display Options

    Expense List Display Options You can change the display of expenses, including their sort order, the mileage unit, and the currency symbol, using the Show Options dialog box. In the Expense List, tap the “Show” button to display the “Show Options” dialog box. To change how expense items are sorted, tap the “Sort By”...
  • Page 188: Changing Currency And Symbol Display

    Changing Currency and Symbol Display You can change the available currency display in the Currency drop down menu. You can also change the default currency that appears when you create a new expense item. If the desired currency is not in the list of countries, you can create your own custom currency symbol and add it to the drop down menu.
  • Page 189: Importing Data Into Microsoft Excel

    Importing Data into Microsoft Excel Once you have entered expenses in the Expense application on your phone, the Palm Desktop software allows you view and print the data with your computer. You must have Microsoft Excel version 5.0 or later to ®...
  • Page 190 Select the expense category using one of the following techniques: Click an expense category. To select multiple categories, press and hold the “CTRL” key on your desktop computer keyboard while selecting categories with your mouse. Select All in the Categories group to print the expenses associated with all of your Expense categories.
  • Page 191: Using Expense Report Templates

    Using Expense Report Templates The Palm Desktop application includes several expense report templates. When you use a template, you can edit your expense information in Microsoft Excel. Excel templates have the “.xlt” extension and are stored in the template folder in the Palm Desktop software directory.
  • Page 192 Viewing Expense Data using Excel Display your expense data in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet as described in the previous procedure. Click “Options”. Enter the name, department, and other information as desired for your expense report. Click the Templates menu; then select an expense template.
  • Page 193: Expense Menus

    Expense Menus There are menu commands that are specific to the Expense Report. They are: Record Menu Options Menu Each menu item contains items that configure or adjust how the Expense application is used. Record Menu The following options are available in the Record menu: - Deletes an expense item.
  • Page 194: Memo Pad

    Memo Pad In this Section Creating a New Memo Reviewing/Editing Memos Memo Pad Menus ave you ever needed a pen and a piece of paper to take notes? Well now you have something better at your fingertips. Your phone gives you a fully functional memo pad to write down those quick notes to yourself.
  • Page 195: Creating A New Memo

    Creating a New Memo A single memo can contain up 4000 characters. The number of memos you can store on your phone is limited to the amount of available memory. Create a New Memo To open the Memo Pad application, choose one of the following: Press the Memo Pad button located on the front of...
  • Page 196: Choosing A Memo Category

    Choosing a Memo Category Categories are used to file memos into different groups for easy review. You can assign and edit categories by using the Categories drop down list or the Details dialog box. Making a Memo Private You can designate a memo to be “Private”. When the security features are enabled, the memo is hidden or masked and not displayed on the list of memos.
  • Page 197: Reviewing Or Editing Memos

    Reviewing or Editing Memos The memo list displays the first line of the memo. This allows you to easily locate a desired memo. Memos can also be easily sorted in the memo list or by using the Memo options. Reviewing a Memo In the memo list, tap the desired memo.
  • Page 198: Deleting A Memo

    Manually Arranging the Memo List If you select the “Manual” option, you can manually sort the memos in the list. When the memos are rearranged, your phone automatically saves the changes. The manual setting is not transferred to the desktop during a HotSync operation.
  • Page 199: Beaming A Memo

    Beaming a Memo You can also transfer a memo to another phone or IR device by beaming. The Beam capability uses IR technology to transfer information from one device to another, by simply aiming the two devices towards each other. Beam a Memo Open the desired memo from the Memo Pad application.
  • Page 200 Option Menu The following options are available in the Options menu: - Displays the Font dialog box to select a font size for Font your memos. - Select to show, hide, or mask private records. Security - Activates the “Phone Lookup” feature. Phone Lookup - Opens the “Preferences”...
  • Page 201 Section 15 Memo Pad...
  • Page 202: To Do List

    To Do List In this Section Creating a To Do List Setting Priorities Checking Off To Do List Items Changing Priorities and Due Dates Deleting a To Do List Item Displaying Completed and Due Items To Do Menus ith the To Do List, you can create important reminders and prioritize the things that you need to do.
  • Page 203: Creating A To Do List Item

    Creating a To Do List Item The To Do List is used to record and organize important items that need to be done throughout the day, week, month, or year. The appearance, level of detail, and sort order of items can all be set to make the list easier to read.
  • Page 204: Setting Priorities

    Setting Priorities Different priority levels can be set for the To Do List items, based on their urgency. The items are displayed by priority and due date at the top of the screen by default. The number “1” is designated as the highest priority. Changing the items priority automatically repositions the item in the list.
  • Page 205: Checking Off To Do List Items

    Checking OFF To Do List Items When items are completed, they can be checked off to indicate the item has been completed. Checking off a Completed Item Tap the check box located on the left side of the “To Do List”...
  • Page 206 -Automatically inserts tomorrow’s date in the Tomorrow “Due Date” field. - Automatically inserts the date. One week later - Default option of no date in the “Due Date” No Date field. - Displays a calendar to select the desired Choose Date date.
  • Page 207: Deleting A To Do List Item

    Sorting To Do Items From the To Do List, tap the “Show” button. The “To Do Preferences” screen is displayed. Tap the “Sort By” drop down menu to display the following options: - Displays the list using Priority then Priority, Due Date Due Date.
  • Page 208: Displaying Completed And Due Items

    Displaying Completed and Due Items Completed items and their due dates can be displayed on your phone. To Display Completed and Due Items In the To Do List, tap the “Show” button. In the To Do Preferences dialog box, choose from the following settings: - Displays your completed items Show Completed Items...
  • Page 209: To Do Menus

    To Do Menus There are menu commands that are specific to the To Do List application. They are: Record Menu Options Menu Each menu item contains items that configure or adjust how the To Do List application is used. Record Menu The following options are available in the Record menu: - Deletes an item from the To Do List.
  • Page 210: Calculator

    Calculator In this Section Opening the Calculator Calculator Button Definitions Displaying Recent Calculations aving a calculator handy is not only convenient, but practical. This easy to use calculator makes figuring out simple math equations a breeze. Calculator...
  • Page 211: Opening The Calculator

    The calculator allows you to perform general mathematical functions, such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. You can use the calculator to: Perform basic calculations. Store and retrieve values. Display the last series of calculations. Opening the Calculator Choose one of the following options to open the calculator: Tap the Application Launcher icon .
  • Page 212: Using The Calculator Buttons

    Using the Calculator Buttons The calculator includes several buttons to complete the mathematical calculations. The “CE” button clears the last number you entered. Use this button if you make a mistake while entering a number in the middle of a calculation.
  • Page 213: Displaying Recent Calculations

    The “M+” button places the current number in memory. Each new number you enter with the M+ button is added to the total stored in memory. The number that you add can be either a calculated value or any number you enter by pressing the number buttons.
  • Page 214 When you have finished reviewing the calculations, tap “OK”. Calculator...
  • Page 215 Section 17 Calculator...
  • Page 216: Security

    Security In this Section Assigning a Password Changing or Deleting a Password Recovering a Lost Password Showing or Hiding Private Records Locking your phone Allowing Calls Resetting Preferences y using the security setting on your phone, you receive peace of mind without sacrificing flexibility.
  • Page 217: Assigning A Password

    Assigning a Password A password can be assigned to lock your phone, or keep private records from being viewed by anyone not entering a password. When a password is assigned, the phone records stored in the Address Book are hidden or masked. Passwords also disable the phone and only allow designated emergency numbers to be dialed.
  • Page 218: Changing Or Deleting A Password

    Changing or Deleting a Password Once a password is created, it can be changed or deleted anytime. The current password must be entered first, before a new one is created. If the phone came with a password already installed, usually it is the last four digits of your social security number, or the last four digits of the telephone number assigned to the phone.
  • Page 219: Showing Or Hiding Private Records

    Resetting Your Lost Password From the Security screen, tap the “Password” box. Tap the “Lost Password” button. Tap “Yes” to confirm the deletion of all records and entries marked private. Your new password is the last four digits of your phone number.
  • Page 220: Locking Your Phone

    To view the masked records, (which are still sorted and listed in the correct order, even though they cannot be read) simply tap on the masked record, then enter the password. Showing Private Records From the Security screen, tap the “Current Privacy” drop down menu.
  • Page 221: Allowing Calls

    Allowing Calls Your phone can be setup to receive or place only a selected type of call. You can select one of the three configurations: - All calls can be received or placed on the All Calls phone. - Only the special numbers you Special Number Only have setup can be placed.
  • Page 222: Resetting The Preferences

    Resetting the Preferences Resetting the phone preferences erases all phone preference information and returns the phone to the default settings. This includes all personal information entered in the Address Book, Date Book, To Do List, and Memo Pad. To reset the phone From the Security screen, tap the “Details”...
  • Page 223 Section 18 Security...
  • Page 224: Experiencing Sprint Pcs Wireless Web

    Experiencing Sprint PCS Wireless Web In this Section Launching the Browser Navigating the Browser Connecting to the Internet Bookmarks Web Alerts Browser Menus y now you’ve discovered the great features that come with your ™ Sprint PCS Phone . Now it’s time to experience the Sprint PCS Wireless Web. Let the adventure begin! Experiencing Sprint PCS Wireless Web...
  • Page 225: The Sprint Pcs Wireless Web

    The Sprint PCS Wireless Web With the Sprint PCS Wireless Web and your wireless Internet- ready phone, you have access to many features via the wireless Internet. - Allows you The Sprint PCS Wireless Web Browser to view specially-designed text versions of popular web sites.
  • Page 226: The Sprint Pcs Wireless Web Browser

    The Sprint PCS Wireless Web Browser Your phone comes equipped with a minibrowser, which allows you to access up-to-the minute information through the Sprint PCS Wireless Web. You can view specially-designed text versions of popular Internet sites, including Yahoo!®,®, The Weather Channel®, and more.
  • Page 227: Launching The Browser

    Launching the Browser Your phone comes equipped with a browser, which allows you to access up-to-the minute information through the Sprint PCS Wireless Web. You can view specially designed text versions of popular Internet sites. Browsing the Sprint PCS Wireless Web using your phone is different than using a home computer because sites display specialized text and reduced graphics.
  • Page 228: Navigating The Sprint Pcs Wireless Web

    Navigating the Sprint PCS Wireless Web The browser application is designed to display web information in a compact format. As described earlier, the mobile web does not display many graphics and relies on text based web information to decrease download time. To navigate the information displayed on the screen, the browser has different icons displayed on the bottom row of the screen.
  • Page 229 Not all websites can be viewed using the browser application. Java script, images, and frames are not supported. Scrolling Through Text Tap the scroll bar located on the right side of the screen. Use the volume buttons to scroll up or down. To scroll between pages, use the Up/Down button located on the front of your phone.
  • Page 230 Bookmarking a Web Page Open the desired website and tap the “Mark” button. A bookmark is added to the list. Opening Bookmarks To open previously saved bookmarks, tap the Bookmark icon . Bookmarks allow you to quickly access your favorite websites without having to enter a URL.
  • Page 231 Web Guard The Web Guard feature is designed to alert you when opening or closing the browser. The available options are: - Alerts you when opening or closing the browser. Both - Alerts you only when the browser is Prompt to Start opened.
  • Page 232: Connecting To The Internet

    When a website is displayed, there may be some soft keys or navigation buttons displayed at the bottom of the screen.(OK, Menu, Back, Mark, etc.). These buttons are mapped to the application buttons on the front of the phone.(Address Book, Date Book, To Do List, and Memo.) Connecting to the Internet You can connect to an Internet site in two different ways:...
  • Page 233: Bookmarks

    Connect to a Website using a Bookmark Once you have bookmarks set up on your phone, you can connect to the website directly by using a bookmark. Bookmarks save the URL information and automatically connect to the website. In the Sprint PCS Wireless Web screen, tap the Bookmark icon .
  • Page 234: Web Alerts

    A list of available bookmarks is displayed. Tap the desired bookmark. The website is displayed. Deleting Bookmarks In the Sprint PCS Wireless Web screen, tap the Bookmark icon . The bookmark list is displayed. Tap the desired bookmark and then drag away without lifting the stylus from the screen surface.
  • Page 235: Browser Menus

    closed and the information regarding the alert is saved in the Web Alerts screen. Opening the Web Alert Application Tap the Web Alert icon The Web Alerts screen is displayed. Tap the desired alert to open the URL. Browser Menus The following menu commands are available using the Menu Launcher icon The Go menu contains the following menu items:...
  • Page 236 The About menu contains the following menu About - items: Help - This displays a help information screen based on what is displayed on the screen. It offers basic help instructions for navigating with the browser. About Browser - This displays the version of the browser being used.
  • Page 237 Section 19 Experiencing Sprint PCS Wireless Web...
  • Page 238: Web Clipping Applications

    Web Clipping Applications In this Section Web Clipping Applications Web Clipping vs. Web Browsing Using Web Clipping Applications eb Clipping Applications give you access to a wide variety of information including news, sports, stocks, movie times, restaurant information, and much more. Since web clipping is fast and easy, you’ll always be in touch no matter where you are.
  • Page 239: Web Clipping Applications

    Web Clipping Applications Web Clipping is a fast and easy way to retrieve information from the Internet on your phone. A simple process of query and response is used to send and retrieve information. Most of the large graphics are removed to achieve a faster download rate.
  • Page 240: Using Web Clipping Applications

    Using Web Clipping Applications Web Clipping is basically a query and response technique that gathers information from the Internet and downloads it to your phone. The process works like this: First, you open a Web Clipping application that provides the desired information, for example Movie Listings. Next, a query is sent for specific information.
  • Page 241 Drop Down Menu Sorting In web clipping applications, the drop down lists are all sorted alphabetically or numerically depending on the content. You can also write the first letter and be automatically taken to the first entry in the list, just like the Phone Lookup feature. Stopping a Wireless Transaction Tap the Stop icon located in the top menu bar of the...
  • Page 242 Select the clipping to review from the list. Saving Web Clipping Information Information that is received from a web clipping application can be copied and pasted into another application. For example, if you receive a phone number and an address, it can be added to the Address Book.
  • Page 243 Section 20 Web Clipping Applications...
  • Page 244: Managing Handheld Computer Software

    Managing Handheld Computer Software In this Section Applications Launcher Installing Handheld Computer Software Deleting Handheld Computer Applications his section describes how to install and manage the software that is on the Sprint PCS Phone™. The Sprint PCS Phone™ uses different applications to manage your everyday events.
  • Page 245: Applications Launcher

    Applications Launcher The applications launcher displays the applications installed on the organizer. When you are in another application and you want to return to the main screen, you tap the applications launcher icon , which is available in most applications. Any work in the previous application is automatically saved when you exit.
  • Page 246 Changing the Launcher Display By default, the applications are represented by an icon. The applications can also be represented in a list format or in different sized icons. To change the view to a list format: Tap the “Applications Launcher” Tap the “Menu Launcher”...
  • Page 247: Installing Your Phone Software

    Installing Your Phone Software The organizer comes with several applications already installed. You can also add other applications to your phone by a simple installation procedure. The Install Tool is used in conjunction with the HotSync application to install applications to your phone. To Install Software on your phone Note: All applications that you...
  • Page 248: Deleting Handheld Computer Applications

    Deleting Handheld Computer Applications By deleting applications that you no longer use or need, the amount of available RAM is increased. Since all new applications reside in RAM, it is a good idea to have as much as possible freed up any given time. To remove an application: Note: Applications that came...
  • Page 249: Checking Memory Usage

    Checking Memory Usage Your phone is equipped with 8Mb of total memory. When you install an application on the handheld computer portion of the phone, the memory is reduced to accommodate. If too many applications are installed, the memory may become completely full.
  • Page 250 An application installed in RAM. Note: You can also perform a To Beam a Record, Business Card, or Category HotSync operation using Locate the record, business card, or category you want to the IR port. See "Performing an IR HotSync beam.
  • Page 251 Tap the Applications Launcher Tap the Preferences icon Tap the drop down menu and select “General”. Make sure that the “Beam Receive” option is set to “ON”. If the option is OFF, tap the drop down menu and select Tap the Applications Launcher to exit.
  • Page 252: Hotsync® Operations

    ® HotSync Operations In this Section Selecting HotSync Setup Options Customizing HotSync Application Settings IR HotSync Operations HotSync using a Modem Using a File Link Creating a User Profile hen you perform a HotSync operation, all data on your phone is synchronized with a desktop computer.
  • Page 253: Hotsync Manager And Technology

    HotSync Manager and Technology The HotSync manager controls the entire HotSync process. It runs in the background and monitors the communication between your phone and the desktop computer. When your phone is placed in the cradle and the HotSync button is pressed, all data is synchronized on your phone with the desktop computer.
  • Page 254: Performing Your First Hotsync Operation

    Performing Your First HotSync Operation An initial setup is required on both the desktop computer and your phone to synchronize the data for the first time. Once the information is entered, and your phone is recognized, the information is not required again. The first connection must be completed using a direct connection with a cradle, not a modem.
  • Page 255: Creating A User Profile

    Tap the Application Launcher icon. Tap the HotSync icon. The New User dialog box is displayed. Enter a Username Note: Since this is the first and the password for your phone. HotSync operation, you Click “OK” to start the synchronization. must enter your user A message is displayed indicating that the process is information.
  • Page 256: Performing A Local Hotsync Operation

    Click “OK”. Repeat the above steps for each new profile. When all profiles are entered, click “OK” to exit. Select the desired user profile from the list and create data for the profile. Using a Profile for the First Time Place your phone in the cradle.
  • Page 257: Selecting Hotsync Setup Options

    Selecting HotSync Setup Options The HotSync manager can be set to run at desired times. If necessary, the local and modem settings can be adjusted. Setting Options Click the HotSync Manager icon in the Windows task bar to open the HotSync Manager. Click “Setup”.
  • Page 258 If needed, choose another serial port for the cradle. This port cannot be shared with a modem or other device. If needed, set the speed to determine the speed of the transfer between your phone and desktop computer. Click “OK” to exit. Note: Try the fastest speed possible first and adjust to...
  • Page 259: Customizing The Hotsync Operation

    Customizing the HotSync Operation For each application, you can define a set of options that determines how records are handled during the HotSync operation. These options are called a “conduit.” By default, a HotSync operation synchronizes all files between your phone and Palm Desktop software.
  • Page 260 Customizing Settings Click the HotSync Manager icon in the Windows task bar to open the HotSync Manager. From the HotSync Manager menu, click “Custom”. Select the desired “User” name from the list. Select the application from the “Conduit” list. Click “Change”. Select the desired changed information from the choices listed in the dialog box.
  • Page 261: Performing A Hotsync Operation Via A Network

    Performing a HotSync Operation via a Network When you use the Network HotSync software, you can take advantage of the LAN and WAN connectivity available in many office environments. The Network HotSync software allows you to perform a HotSync operation by dialing in to a network or by using a cradle that is connected to any computer on your LAN or WAN (provided that the computer connected to the cradle also has the Network HotSync software installed, your...
  • Page 262: Using File Link

    During the HotSync operation, the desktop computer Note: network information is stored on your phone. With this information, your phone can locate the computer when performing a HotSync operation over the network. Setting up your phone for Network HotSync Tap the Applications Launcher icon Tap the HotSync icon Tap the Menu Launcher icon Select “Options”...
  • Page 263: Ir Hotsync Operations

    IR HotSync Operations Your phone is equipped with an infrared (IR) port that supports the IrCOMM implementation of the standards for infrared communication established by the Infrared Data Association (IrDA). This means that not only can you beam data to another Palm OS® handheld that is equipped with an IR port, but you can also beam data to a cell phone and any other device that supports the IrCOMM implementation of the IrDA standards.
  • Page 264 To check the ports used for infrared communication: In the Windows task bar, click “Start”, choose “Settings”, and then “Control Panel”. Double-click “Infrared”. Click the “Options” tab. Select “Enable infrared communication”. The COM port displayed in the drop-down box is the Note: port where your infrared device is attached.
  • Page 265: Performing An Ir Hotsync Operation

    means that you cannot use your cradle again until you reconfigure the HotSync Manager to communicate with the port defined for cradle synchronization. Performing an IR HotSync operation After you complete the steps to prepare for performing an IR HotSync operation, it is easy to perform the actual operation. To perform an IR HotSync operation: Tap the Applications Launcher icon Tap the HotSync icon...
  • Page 266: Selecting Your Accessories

    Selecting Your Accessories In this Section Overview of Available Accessories for This Phone How to Order e offer a variety of accessories for your phone. Choose from chargers, batteries and hands-free devices – all designed to give you more flexibility and convenience.
  • Page 267: Accessory Options

    Accessory Options Standard Battery The standard battery provides approximately four hours of continuous talk time in digital mode and 90 minutes of continuous talk time in analog mode or approximately 100 hours of continuous standby time in digital mode and 20 hours continuous standby time in analog mode.
  • Page 268 Desktop Charger and HotSync Cradle The Desktop Charger uses an AC adapter and is provided with your phone for convenient charging. The desktop charger also acts as a HotSync cradle to synchronize data between the Sprint PCS Phone™ and a desktop computer.In addition, there is a slot that allows you to recharge an extra battery in the back of the cradle.
  • Page 269: How To Order

    How to Order Most Sprint PCS Accessories found at local Sprint PCS Centers can also be purchased through the Sprint PCS Accessory Hotline by calling 1-800-974-ACC1 (2221) or from your phone. Next day delivery is offered in select areas. You can also visit our web site at
  • Page 270: Knowing Performance And Safety Guidelines

    Knowing Performance and Safety Guidelines In this Section Getting the Most Out of Your Reception Maintaining Safe Use and Access to Your Phone Caring for the Battery Acknowledging Special Precautions and the FCC Notice art of getting the most out of your phone is knowing where and how it works at optimum efficiency.
  • Page 271: Getting The Most Out Of Your Reception

    Getting the Most Out of Your Reception Keeping Tabs on Signal Strength The quality of each call you make or receive depends on the signal strength in your area. Your phone informs you of the current strength by displaying a number of bars next to the signal strength icon.
  • Page 272 safety levels with respect to human exposure to RF signals. More than 120 scientists, engineers and physicians from universities, government health agencies and industries developed this updated standard after reviewing the available body of research. In 1993, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted this updated standard in a regulation.
  • Page 273: Maintaining Safe Use Of And Access To Your Phone

    Maintaining Safe Use of and Access to Your Phone FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS OUTLINED MAY LEAD TO SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY AND POSSIBLE PROPERTY DAMAGE. Using Your Phone While Driving Talking on your phone while driving is illegal in some states. Even where it’s not, it can divert your attention from driving.
  • Page 274 areas where use is forbidden or when it may cause interference or danger. Using Your Phone Near Other Electronic Devices Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from radio frequency (RF) signals. However, RF signals from wireless phones may affect inadequately shielded electronic equipment.
  • Page 275 indicating that two-way radios should be turned off. Construction crews often use remote-control RF devices to set off explosives. Turn off your phone when you’re in any area that has a potentially explosive atmosphere. Although it’s rare, your phone or its accessories could generate sparks. Sparks could cause an explosion or a fire resulting in bodily injury or even death.
  • Page 276: Caring For The Battery

    Caring for the Battery Protecting Your Battery The guidelines listed below help you get the most out of your battery’s performance. Use only Sprint PCS-approved batteries and desktop chargers. These chargers are designed to maximize battery life. Using other batteries or chargers voids your warranty and may cause damage.
  • Page 277: Acknowledging Special Precautions And The Fcc Notice

    Disposal of Lithium Ion (Lilon) Batteries For safe disposal options of your Lilon batteries, contact your nearest Sprint PCS-authorized service center. For safety, do not handle a damaged or leaking Lilon Note: battery. Be sure to dispose of your battery properly. In Special note: some areas, the disposal of batteries in household or business trash may be prohibited.
  • Page 278 Although your phone is quite sturdy, it is a complex piece of equipment and can be broken. Avoid dropping, hitting, bending or sitting on it. Body-Worn Operation To maintain compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines, if you wear a phone on your body, use a Sprint PCS approved carrying case, holster or other body-worn accessory.
  • Page 279: Owner's Record

    variations in safety. SAR values at or below the federal standard of 1.6 W/kg are considered safe for use by the public. Owner’s Record The model number, regulatory number and serial number are located on a nameplate inside the battery compartment. Record the serial number in the space provided below.
  • Page 280: Terms And Conditions, & Warranty Information

    Terms and Conditions, & Warranty Information In this Section Terms and Conditions of Services Intellectual Property Manufacturer’s Warranty his section contains the Terms and Conditions of Services for your phone and the manufacturer’s warranty. Terms & Conditions/Warranty...
  • Page 281: Terms And Conditions Of Services

    Terms and Conditions of Services Thanks for choosing to connect with Sprint PCS. These terms and conditions are part of your agreement with Sprint PCS for Sprint Personal Communication Services. For the most current version of the terms and conditions, please visit our website at or call Sprint PCS Customer Care toll free at 1-888-211-4PCS, as the terms and conditions included with your Sprint PCS Phone™...
  • Page 282 place a call on the Sprint PCS Network or off the Sprint PCS Network when roaming, including "911" or similar calls), you accept the Agreement. Provision of Service Your purchase of Sprint PCS phones or other equipment does not mean that we must provide Services to you. We may decide not to provide Services to you for any lawful reason.
  • Page 283 Changes to Agreement We may change this Agreement at any time (but see Service Plans). Any changes to the Terms are effective when we provide you with notice. If you use our Services or make any payment to us on or after the effective date of the changes, you accept the changes.
  • Page 284 Service Plan or service feature and the change is effective prior to the start of your next full invoicing cycle, you will be invoiced a prorated amount for the period during the previous invoicing cycle that the new Service Plan or service feature was effective.
  • Page 285 Number We assign a phone number ("Number") to the phone or other equipment used by you on the Sprint PCS Network. We may change the Number by giving you prior notice. You do not own the Number. You may not (1) modify the Number we program into any phone or other equipment, (2) transfer or duplicate the Number to any phone or other equipment other than that authorized by us, or (3) transfer the Number to any...
  • Page 286 shortly before the phone starts ringing until the call is terminated by either party. Charges for most Services are incurred in one-minute increments, with partial minutes of use rounded up to the next highest minute. Certain Service Plans do not include itemized message transmission detail, even for measured service.
  • Page 287 Invoicing Invoicing cycles are approximately 30 days in length. Invoicing cycles and dates may change from time to time. Except as otherwise provided in your Service Plan, monthly recurring charges (MRCs) are invoiced one invoicing cycle in advance. Airtime is invoiced retroactively to the first minute based on your Service Plan for your total usage in your invoicing cycle.
  • Page 288 fees and expenses, the fees of any collection agency and court costs. If we act as an invoicing agent for a third-party service provider, payments received are first applied to amounts due and owing to us and any remaining amounts are applied to sums due and owing to the third-party service provider.
  • Page 289 Services at any time, with or without notice (subject to this Agreement). We may deactivate any Number before you receive notice of termination (if we give any notice) without liability to you. Termination by either of us may be with or without cause.
  • Page 290 equipment, regardless of who terminates Services. If Services are terminated before the end of your current invoicing cycle, (1) the monthly recurring charge is not prorated to the date of termination, and (2) you will not receive a credit or refund for any unused minutes in your Service Plan.
  • Page 291 reflect revised estimated monthly charges based upon your usage. A deposit may not be used to pay any invoice (unless it is used to pay a final invoice) or delay payment. The deposit amount, the length of time we hold the deposit and changes to the deposit amount are determined based on your credit and payment history.
  • Page 292 your prepaid account which could bring your account balance to $0 or below. When you have used all of the money in your prepaid account, Services are suspended until you add money to your account. You may add money to your prepaid account by any means we agree to accept (e.g.
  • Page 293 You can avoid disruption in Services by keeping a positive balance in your account. Even if your account balance reaches $0, the Daily Service Charge continues to accrue for 45 consecutive days, causing your account balance to become negative. After 45 consecutive days with a $0 or negative balance, we will charge you a reconnection fee in addition to the accrued Daily Service Charge to restore Services.
  • Page 294 expiration date. If you obtain a promotional Sprint PCS Prepaid Wireless Card and do not have a Sprint PCS Prepaid Service Plan, you can use the card to make prepaid phone calls that will not show up on your monthly invoice. You will not be able to use the card after the expiration date or 60 consecutive days after making your first call using the card (whichever comes first).
  • Page 295 minutes and combining with other Service Plans, is available in Sprint PCS’ standard sales collateral for Sprint PCS Wireless Web Services or at Sprint PCS is not a publisher of third party content that can be accessed through Wireless Web Services. Sprint PCS is not responsible for any opinions, advice, statements, services or other information that is provided by third parties and accessible through Wireless Web Services.
  • Page 296 place between Sprint PCS and the other providers. If your Sprint PCS Phone is a dual-mode phone, it works on both a CDMA PCS provider’s system (in addition to the Sprint PCS Network) and a wireless analog telecommunications provider’s system only when roaming agreements are in place between Sprint PCS and the other providers.
  • Page 297 warranties on the phones or other equipment are any limited warranties extended by the manufacturers. We have no liability in connection with the phones and other equipment or for the manufacturers’ acts or omissions, or both. Lost or Stolen Equipment If your phone or other equipment is lost or stolen, you must notify us by calling Sprint PCS Customer Care.
  • Page 298 TTY Access A TTY (also known as TDD or Text Telephone) is a telecommunications device that allows people who are deaf or hard of hearing, or who have speech or language disabilities, to communicate by telephone. It is not possible to use your phone with a TTY.
  • Page 299 b) any directory listing; c) any dropped calls; d) any interruption of Services, including interruptions caused by equipment or facilities failure or shortages, transmission limitations or system capacity limitations; e) traffic or other accidents, or any health-related claims allegedly arising from the use of Services, phones, equipment or accessories used in connection with the Services;...
  • Page 300 l) any act or omission of any third party or independent contractor that offers products or services in conjunction with or through the Services, or m) your negligent or intentional act or omission. NO CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER DAMAGES. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES ARE WE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE OR SPECIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER ARISING OUT OF OR IN...
  • Page 302 Sprint PCS Phone, answering machine or with your answering service. Notice addresses may be changed by giving notice as provided in this section. Choice of Law; Jurisdiction This Agreement is governed by and construed under the laws of the state of Missouri without regard to choice of law principles.
  • Page 303: Intellectual Property

    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 thereto (the “Phone System”), is proprietary to Samsung and protected under...
  • Page 304: Manufacturer's Warranty

  • Page 306 Terms & Conditions/Warranty...
  • Page 307 Index Symbols (Un)Mute 64 Accessories 263 Accessories - How to Order 266 Accessory - Options 264 Address Book 125 Address Book - Address Details 128 Address Book - Beaming entries 136 Address Book - Editing an entry 134 Address Book - Looking up an entry 135 Address Book - Making Calls 133 Address Book - Menu options 137 Address Book - Sorting 135...
  • Page 308 Call Waiting - Responding To 96 Caller ID 95 Charging the Battery 18 Connecting the Cradle 14 Connecting to the Internet 229 Contrast - Adjusting 22 current 210 Customizing your Handheld Computer 31 Date Book 139 Date Book - Private Event 146 Date Book - Rescheduling an Event 144 Date Book - Scheduling Events 140 Date Book - Scheduling Repeating Events 150...
  • Page 309 Expense Manager - Receipt Details 182 Fonts 108 Forwarding Your Calls 97 Four Digit Dialing 71 Front View of Phone 12 Getting Help 39 Getting Started 10 Getting Started With Sprint PCS Service 37 Getting to Know the Handheld Computer 27 Getting to Know Your Sprint PCS Phone 9 Graffiti Writing 43 Hard Reset 35...
  • Page 310 Mail - Creating, Viewing, and Replying 160 Mail - Drafts 167 Mail - Editing an Un-sent Message 166 Mail - Filters 173 Mail - High Priority Messages 176 Mail - Looking Up an Address 163 Mail - Managing Desktop Email 156 Mail - Menus 177 Mail - Message List 169 Mail - Message List sorting 170...
  • Page 311 Notes 107 One-Touch/Two-Touch Speed Dialing 69 Online Tips 105 Opening an Application 30 Phone Preferences 75 Phone Prefs 82 Record 64 Records - Finding 105 Records - Private 106 Records - Sorting 106 Redialing the Last Number 71 Resetting Your Handheld 34 Ringer Volume 63 Roam Charges 58 Roam Mode 57...
  • Page 312 Sprint PCS Voice Command 94 Sprint PCS Wireless Web 221 Sprint PCS Wireless Web - Bookmarks 230 Sprint PCS Wireless Web - Browser 224 Sprint PCS Wireless Web - Browser Menus 232 Sprint PCS Wireless Web - Navigating 225 Sprint PCS Wireless Web - Web Alerts 231 Sprint PCS Wireless Web Browser 223 Sprint PCS Wireless Web Messages - New 120 Sprint PCS Wireless Web Messaging 119...
  • Page 313 Web Clipping - Applications 236 Web Clipping - Using Applications 237 Web Clipping - vs. Web Browsing 236 What is a Handheld Computer 28...

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