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  • Page 1 Home Page Table of Contents SMT-W5100E Handset User Guide...
  • Page 2 SAMSUNG TELECOMMUNICATIONS AMERICA reserves the right without prior notice to revise information in this publication for any reason. SAMSUNG TELECOMMUNICATIONS AMERICA also reserves the right without prior notice to make changes in design or components of equipment as engineering and manufacturing may warrant.
  • Page 3: Safety Concerns

    Table of Contents Home Page SAFETY CONCERNS This document provides the information to prevent bodily injury and property damage. Please make a good use of our product with its description below. Conventions/Symbols Warning Caution Provides information or instructions that the reader should follow in Indication of a general order to avoid personal injury or caution.
  • Page 4 Table of Contents Home Page Installation/Maintenance Do not make a call near a Do not put instruments that Do not place the phone in a microwave or Bluetooth contain water such as vases, dusty area or in fluctuating product in use. cups, cosmetics, and temperature environments.
  • Page 5: Caution

    Table of Contents Home Page Caution CAUTION Installation/Maintenance Before executing the Use a soft dry cloth Do not install the Do not separate, [MENU] to clean the phone. phone on an repair or remodel the [8. System] Do not use any unstable surface or phone arbitrarily.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Home Page TABLE OF CONTENTS SAFETY CONCERNS Conventions/Symbols................... 1 Warning ...................... 1 Caution ....................... 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS PREPARATION Overview of SMT-W5100 ................7 Unpacking....................7 Installing the Battery ................... 7 Removing the Battery .................. 8 Charging the Battery..................8 Checking the Battery Status .................
  • Page 7 Table of Contents Home Page CONVENIENT FEATURES Features Used During a Call ............... 17 Mute on a Call..................17 Conference Call while on the Phone............17 Call Transfer..................18 Holding a Call..................18 Right Navigation Button.................18 Features on a Calling Failure ..............19 Call Back....................19 Station Message..................19 Camp On ....................20 MENUS...
  • Page 8 Table of Contents Home Page Phone Name..................38 Background ..................38 Password ....................38 Language....................39 Back Light.....................39 LCD Contrast..................40 Cradle Hook ..................40 Reset....................40 Program Msg (Programmed Message) ...........41 Phone Lock ...................41 Intern. Lock (Internal Lock)..............41 Call Answer...................42 System ..................... 43 Registration...................43 System Setting..................48 Encryption Key..................49 Unregistration ..................49 QoS (WMM: WiFi MultiMedia) ..............49...
  • Page 9: Preparation

    Home Page PREPARATION Overview of SMT-W5100 This user guide provides instructions for the use of Samsung’s SMT-W5100 mobile phone. The SMT-W5100 (Wireless IP-Phone Mobile type) is the wireless mobile phone that allows a voice communication through IEEE 802.11 b/g wireless LAN.
  • Page 10: Removing The Battery

    Table of Contents Home Page Removing the Battery Press the button and the battery is separated and raised as shown in the figure. Lift up and remove the battery. Charging the Battery After checking each component of the phone, charge the battery as shown in the figure below. Charging the battery Charging the battery with phone...
  • Page 11: Checking The Battery Status

    Table of Contents Home Page Checking the Battery Status The battery status can be checked by looking at the battery status icons given below that appear on the LCD panel of the phone. When the battery energy is completely discharged, the phone makes a warning sound and the battery icon starts to blink.
  • Page 12: Button Description

    Table of Contents Home Page Button Description Name Description Backlight Button Used when illuminating the display and keypad. Navigation Buttons Used when moving the menu bar upward or entering the soft menu. Used when moving the menu bar downward or entering the volume/ring menu.
  • Page 13: Icon (Display) Description

    Table of Contents Home Page Icon (Display) Description Icon Description This indicates the signal intensity. : weak signal : strong signal This turns on when the service is not available. Blinks when trying to make a call and turns on when a call is connected. The status that indicates an alarm is set.
  • Page 14: Basic Features

    Table of Contents Home Page BASIC FEATURES Making a Call For your convenience there are several ways to make a call. Refer to [1. Phonebook] in ‘Menus’ of this guide for how to use the latest outgoing call numbers, incoming call numbers, missed call numbers and save the new phone number.
  • Page 15: Using Speed Dial

    Table of Contents Home Page Select the phone number and press the button. The outging calls, incoming calls or missed calls lists store up to 99 entries each. If they are all filled up, the oldest phone number will be erased when a new phone number is saved.
  • Page 16: Voice Volume Adjustment

    Table of Contents Home Page Voice Volume Adjustment While having a conversation on the phone, you can adjust the voice volume from the other party. Select the one of 14 volume levels you want by pressing the [Volume] button while having a conversation. Setting the Vibration Mode To avoid interrupting other people in public places or during a meeting, you can set the phone to vibration instead of ringing.
  • Page 17: Entering Characters

    Table of Contents Home Page Entering Characters This section describes how to enter uppercase/lowercase English characters and special characters. Buttons Used for Entering Characters The buttons used for entering the characters are as follows. button: Screen for entering [ENG (uppercase)] appears first and a menu bar prompting you to select [eng (lowercase)/ Sym (Special character)] on the lower part of the screen.
  • Page 18: How To Enter Special Characters

    Table of Contents Home Page How to Enter Special Characters Press the button and select [Sym] from the menu bar on the lower part of the screen. Then the special characters are displayed in the same order. Select desired special characters using the buttons and press the button to enter the character on the screen.
  • Page 19: Convenient Features

    Table of Contents Home Page CONVENIENT FEATURES Features Used During a Call These convenient functions may be used during a call. Mute on a Call This is used to block your voice from your phone during a call. But you can still hear the other party. Press the button during a phone conversation.
  • Page 20: Call Transfer

    Table of Contents Home Page Call Transfer This function allows to transfer a call to the other party during a call conversation. Press the button during the conversation. Press the call number to be transferred. Press the button to hang up. Then the call will be transferred to the third party on hold. - Press the button again in transfer mode to resume the call with the previous caller again.
  • Page 21: Features On A Calling Failure

    Table of Contents Home Page Features on a Calling Failure This section describes functions that can be used for internal calls when the other party is busy or when a call cannot be connected due to features such as ‘Do Not Disturb’, set by the other party. Call Back If an internal call cannot be connected, you can reserve the call.
  • Page 22 Table of Contents Home Page Camp On If an internal call cannot be connected, you can make the other party’s phone to play an urgent sound and wait for the other party to answer your call. If the other party does not answer your call or if he or she is in ‘Busy’...
  • Page 23: Menus

    Table of Contents Home Page MENUS Menu Structure Press the [Menu] button in idle mode. The menu will appear on the screen. The Menu screen displays the functions-Phonebook, Utilities, Message, Soft Menu, Volume/Ring, Phone Settings, System and Help as icons. 1.
  • Page 24: Phonebook

    Table of Contents Home Page Phonebook Press the [Menu] button in idle mode, and then select the [1. Phone book] icon to find out various methods to make a call and view the call lists. Find Number This function allows you to search a phone number by name, number and location.
  • Page 25 Table of Contents Home Page Search by Speed Dial Number You can search and make a call the desired phone number using a speed dial number. [MENU] 1. Phone book [OK] 1. Find Number 3. By Location Enter a speed dial number [OK] - If you press the [OK] button without entering a speed dial number, all the numbers in the list saved will be displayed.
  • Page 26: Outgoing Calls

    Table of Contents Home Page Outgoing Calls After view only the latest dialed phone number, select the desired phone number and make a call. [MENU] 1. Phone book [OK] 2. Outgoing Calls [OK] - The maximum of 99 phone numbers can be saved in the outgoing calls list. If they are all filled up, the oldest phone number is erased when a new dialed phone number is saved.
  • Page 27: New Entry

    Table of Contents Home Page Saving/Modifying/Deleting Phone Number This is the method to modify or delete the saved phone number. [MENU] 1. Phone book [OK] 2/3/4 [OK] (Move to a phone number) [MENU] 1. Save Enter name, phone number, speed dial number [OK] - To save the phone number, select [1.
  • Page 28: Utilities

    Table of Contents Home Page Utilities Press the [Menu] button in idle mode, and then select the [2. Utilities] icon. Alarm This function enables you to delete phone numbers registered in the phonebook or calling numbers and called numbers. [MENU] 2.
  • Page 29: Calculator

    Table of Contents Home Page Modifying/Deleting Schedule This function allows you to modify or delete the registered schedule. [MENU] 2. Utilities [OK] 2. Schedule [OK] Select dates [OK] (Select schedule list) [MENU] 1. Modify Modify Time/contents/melody [OK] - To modify a schedule, select [1. Modify] - To delete a schedule, select [2.
  • Page 30: Conversion

    Table of Contents Home Page Conversion This function allows you to convert a variety of units (length/weight/volume/area/temperature). After entering a value, you may select a unit and convert the value into another unit. [MENU] 2. Utilities [OK] 5. Conversion [OK] 1.
  • Page 31: Message

    Table of Contents Home Page Message Press the [Menu] button in idle mode, and then select the [3. Message] icon. The [Message] menu consists of 3 sub menus: Station Msg, SMS and VMS. Station Message You can send a reply by checking messages received from an extension on the busy state. [MENU] 3.
  • Page 32 Table of Contents Home Page Outbox Write This function allows you to write and send the new message. [MENU] 3. Message [OK] 2. SMS [OK] 2. Outbox [OK] 1. Write [OK] 1. New Text [OK] Enter the new message [OK] enter the destination number [OK] - To write new text, select [1.
  • Page 33: Vms (Voice Mail System)

    Table of Contents Home Page Search This function allows you to check the messages saved in the Templates. [MENU] 3. Message [OK] 2. SMS [OK] 3. Templates [OK] 2. Search [OK] (Select the message [OK] - Press the [Menu] button to delete selected message or to delete all messages.
  • Page 34: Volume/Ring

    Table of Contents Home Page Volume/Ring Press the [Menu] button in idle mode, and then select the [4. Volume/Ring] icon. You can press the in idle mode to perform the same function. Incoming Calls Tone Ring Type You can select the modes of call sound such as the ring, vibration, ring after vibration and Light only. [MENU] 4.
  • Page 35: Connection Tone

    Table of Contents Home Page Connection Tone This function enables to set an alarm in call connection. [MENU] 4. Volume/Ring [OK] 2. Connection Tone [OK] (Select On/Off) [OK] Key Tone This function enables you to set the type of key tone. [MENU] 4.
  • Page 36: Soft Menu

    Table of Contents Home Page Soft Menu Press the [Menu] button in idle mode, and then select the [5. Soft Menu] icon. Station Message You can send a reply by checking messages received from an extension on the busy state. [MENU] 5.
  • Page 37: Conference

    Table of Contents Home Page Page This function allows you to page through your phone at the specific area in the system. [MENU] 5. Soft Menu [OK] 4. Page [OK] (Select page zone) [OK] My voice is announced through the phone. Conference You can call multiple parties to have a conversation in one channel.
  • Page 38 Table of Contents Home Page Each Conf. You can have a conference by entering directly phone number of each member. [MENU] 5. Soft Menu [OK] 5. Conference [OK] 2. Each Conf. [OK] Enter phone number of member [OK] (Move to next field) Enter phone number of next member [OK] - The...
  • Page 39: Call Forward

    Table of Contents Home Page Call Forward Press the [Menu] button in idle mode, and then select the [6. Call Forward] icon. This feature enables you to forward your incoming calls to a specific extension, group of extensions or external number when you are unable to receive an incoming call. [MENU] 6.
  • Page 40: Phone Settings

    Table of Contents Home Page Phone Settings Press the [Menu] button in idle mode, and then select the [7. Phone Settings] icon. The submenus are not displayed until a password is entered. Phone Name This function enables you to enter random characters on the screen displayed on the initial screen. [MENU] 7.
  • Page 41: Language

    Table of Contents Home Page Language This feature enables you to set the language displayed on the screen of the phone. [MENU] 7. Phone Settings [OK] Enter a Password 4. Language [OK] (Select language) [OK] Back Light This function enables you to set the intensity of the lighting on the phone screen. Light Time This function enables you to set the time for background lighting, which lights automatically when the keys are pressed or a messages appears.
  • Page 42: Lcd Contrast

    Table of Contents Home Page LCD Contrast This feature supports to set the LCD contrast if you want to change it. [MENU] 7. Phone Settings [OK] Enter a password 6. LCD Contrast [OK] (Select contrast) [OK] Cradle Hook This function enables to select call off/on when you charge your phone battery with a charger. [MENU] 7.
  • Page 43: Program Msg (Programmed Message)

    Table of Contents Home Page Program Msg (Programmed Message) This function enables to advise your absence by sending a programmed message to the caller, when you are in absence. [MENU] 7. Phone Settings [OK] Enter a password 9. Program Msg [OK] 1.
  • Page 44: Call Answer

    Table of Contents Home Page Call Answer This function enables you to select the Call Answer Mode for how to answer the incomming call. [MENU] 7. Phone Settings [OK] #. Call Answer (Select the mode) [OK] - You can answer a call by pressing the any button or [Send] button according to the selecting mode.
  • Page 45: System

    Table of Contents Home Page System Press the [Menu] button in idle mode, and then select the [8. System] icon. Registration This function enables to register a phone to the wireless LAN system (main system). The phone is available only after registered to the system. [MENU] 8.
  • Page 46 Table of Contents Home Page If you have chosen [Manual] at Step 1, directly enter an SSID, and then press [OK]. - SSID: Enter the ESSID set in the WLAN connection device. Consult the system administrator to verify the ESSID. Enter the user ID.
  • Page 47 Table of Contents Home Page Select the Encryption Key mode. - If you have selected SSID Auto input at Step 1, you can register the handset without entering the encryption key depending on the encryption key setting on the AP(Access Point). If an encryption key has not been enabled on the AP, Step 7 and 8 will be skipped and the user will be directed to the registration screen automatically.
  • Page 48 Table of Contents Home Page Static IP Mode This function enables to register a phone to the system using a fixed IP address. Enter a phone IP address. Enter the System IP address. Enter the System Gateway. Enter the System Netmask. The next steps are the same as Step 1 to 9 of System DHCP mode registration.
  • Page 49 Table of Contents Home Page Standard DHCP Mode This option registers a phone to the system using a dynamic IP address assigned by a server that uses a DHCP standard protocol. You can use this feature if a separate DHCP server is used. You can use this feature if a separate DHCP server is used or if you attempt to access FON AP.
  • Page 50: System Setting

    Table of Contents Home Page If [Off] has been selected at Step 1 (normal AP access) Enter the System IP address. The next steps are the same as Step 1 to 9 of System DHCP mode registration. System Setting While using a phone registered to a system, you can transfer to another system for connection. To use this function, the phone should already be registered to the system.
  • Page 51: Encryption Key

    Table of Contents Home Page Encryption Key You can set the encryption key in the system which should be entered when you register the phone. You can register the phone to the system only by additionally setting or clearing the encryption key without having to enter the system information again.
  • Page 52: Ip&Mac Address

    Table of Contents Home Page IP&MAC Address This function enables to show the unique MAC address for each terminal. [MENU] 8. System [OK] 6. IP&MAC Addr. [OK] Version Info You can find out the version number and the date of the software of your handset. [MENU] 8.
  • Page 53 Table of Contents Home Page System IP You can change the phone’s system IP, user ID, and password. The changed value can be changed or reregistered. Enter a system IP address. Enter a user ID. Enter a password. Select [Save] or [Registration], and press [OK]. - [Save] only saves the changed value, while [Registration] saves the value and also performs reregistration.
  • Page 54 Table of Contents Home Page Phone IP The phone’s IP can be changed between the system DHCP, static IP mode, and the standard DHCP. [MENU] 8. System [OK] 8. Network Setting [OK] 3. Phone IP Select [1.System DHCP /2.Static IP mode /3.Standard DHCP] [If 1.
  • Page 55 Table of Contents Home Page Enter the phone’s netmask address. Select [Save] or [Registration], and press [OK]. - [Save] only saves the changed value, while [Registration] saves the value and also performs reregistration. FON AP You can select/cancel FON AP registration mode and change the FON ID and FON password. The changed value can be changed or reregistered.
  • Page 56 Table of Contents Home Page Enter a password for authentication when accessing FON AP. Select [Save] or [Registration], and press [OK]. - [Save] only saves the changed value, while [Registration] saves the value and also performs reregistration. [If [Off] has been selected at Step 1] Select [Save] or [Registration], and press [OK].
  • Page 57: Ssid Setting

    Table of Contents Home Page SSID Setting [MENU] 8. System Setting [OK] 9. SSID Setting (Select Auto/Manual) [OK] If you select Auto at Step 1, SSIDs are automatically searched. Select an SSID from the list of searched SSIDs. - Ask the system administrator which SSID should be selected. Select the Encryption Key mode.
  • Page 58: Help

    Table of Contents Home Page Select [Save] or [Registration], and press [OK]. - [Save] only saves the changed value, while [Registration] saves the value and also performs reregistration Help Press the [Menu] button in idle mode, and then select the [9. Help] icon. Function Description For the convenience of users, Function Descriptions provides some helps on using functions.
  • Page 59: Troubleshooting

    Table of Contents Home Page TROUBLESHOOTING Possible problems and troubleshooting steps for your phone are described below. Check the troubleshooting steps before contacting your Authorized Samsung Reseller. General Trouble Solution The bell does not ring or the ring - Check if the phone is set to vibration mode.
  • Page 60: Annex

    Table of Contents Home Page ANNEX Product Specifications The specifications of the SMT-W5100 are as follows. Item Specification Model Name SMT-W5100 Frequency 2400~2483.5 MHz Size (mm) 46 (width) × 138.4 (length) × 18 (height) Weight 106.5 g Battery Charge Time 3.5 Hour (Li-Ion) Battery Duration Call duration: 4 Hours...
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