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Some of the contents in this manual may differ from your phone depending on the software of the phone or your service
provider.
www.samsungmobile.com
Printed in Korea
Code No.:GH68-28298A
English (EU). 06/2010. Rev. 1.1
GT-B7722
user manual
Using this manual2
Using this manual
Thank you for purchasing this Samsung mobile phone.
This phone will provide you with high quality mobile
communication and entertainment based on Samsung’s
exceptional technology and high standards.
This user manual has been specially designed to guide you
through the functions and features of your phone.
Please read this manual carefully before using your •
phone to ensure safe and correct use.
The descriptions in this manual are based on the default •
settings of your phone.
Please keep this manual for future reference.•
Instructional icons
Before you start, familiarise yourself with the icons you will
see in this manual:
Warning—situations that could cause injury to
yourself or others
Caution—situations that could cause damage to
your phone or other equipment
Note—notes, usage tips, or additional
information
Using this manual 3
Copyright information
Rights to all technologies and products that comprise this
phone are the property of their respective owners:
Bluetooth® is a registered trademark of the Bluetooth •
SIG, Inc. worldwide.
Java™ is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc.•
Windows Media Player® is a registered trademark of •
Microsoft Corporation.
Wi-Fi®, the Wi-Fi CERTIFIED logo, and the Wi-Fi logo are •
registered trademarks of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
► Refer to—pages with related information; for
example: ► p.12 (represents “see page 12”)
→ Followed by—the order of options or menus
you must select to perform a step; for example: In
Menu mode, select Messages → Create message
(represents Messages, followed by Create
message)
[ ] Square brackets—phone keys; for example:
[ ] (represents the Power/End key)
Contents4
Assembling ............................................. 8
Unpack .................................................................. 8
Install the SIM or USIM card and battery ...... 8
Charge the battery ........................................... 10
Insert a memory card (optional) ................... 12
Attach a hand strap (optional) ...................... 13
Getting started ..................................... 14
Turn your phone on and off ........................... 14
Get to know your phone ................................. 15
Use the touch screen ........................................ 18
Lock or unlock the touch screen and keys .. 19
Access menus .................................................... 19
Use widgets ........................................................ 20
Customise your phone .................................... 21
Manage your SIM or USIM cards ................... 24
Enter text ............................................................ 25
Access help information ................................. 26
Communication ................................... 27
Calling .................................................................. 27
Logs ...................................................................... 30
Contents
Contents 5
Messages ............................................................ 32
IM .......................................................................... 37
Entertainment ...................................... 38
Camera ................................................................ 38
Music player ....................................................... 41
Find music .......................................................... 43
FM radio .............................................................. 43
Games and more ............................................... 45
Personal information .......................... 46
Contacts .............................................................. 46
Calendar .............................................................. 48
Task ...................................................................... 49
Memo ................................................................... 49
Voice recorder .................................................... 50
Web ........................................................ 51
Internet ............................................................... 51
RSS reader .......................................................... 52
Downloads ......................................................... 53
Google ................................................................. 54
Synchronise ........................................................ 55
ActiveSync .......................................................... 55
Communities ..................................................... 56
Facebook ............................................................ 57
MySpace .............................................................. 58
Contents6
Connectivity ......................................... 59
Bluetooth ............................................................ 59
Wi-Fi ..................................................................... 61
PC connections .................................................. 62
Tools ....................................................... 64
Alarms .................................................................. 64
Calculator ............................................................ 64
Convertor ............................................................ 64
Dictionary ........................................................... 65
Image editor ...................................................... 65
My files ................................................................ 67
Stopwatch .......................................................... 68
Timer .................................................................... 68
Video editor ....................................................... 69
World clock ......................................................... 71
Settings .................................................. 73
Access the Settings menu ............................... 73
Phone profiles ................................................... 73
Display and light ............................................... 73
Time and date .................................................... 73
Phone settings ................................................... 74
Smart unlock ...................................................... 74
Touch panel ........................................................ 74
Application settings ......................................... 74
Contents 7
Security ............................................................... 75
Network settings .............................................. 75
Memory settings ............................................... 76
Reset settings .................................................... 76
Troubleshooting .................................. 77
Safety and usage information ........... 81
Index ...................................................... 89
Assembling8
Assembling
Unpack
Check your product box for the following items:
Mobile phone•
Battery•
Travel adapter (charger)•
User manual•
Use only Samsung-approved software. Pirated or
illegal software may cause damage or malfunctions
that are not covered by your manufacturer's
warranty.
The items supplied with your phone may vary •
depending on the software and accessories
available in your region or offered by your service
provider.
You can obtain additional accessories from your •
local Samsung dealer.
The supplied accessories perform best for your •
phone.
Install the SIM or USIM card and
battery
When you subscribe to a cellular service, you will receive
a Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card, with subscription
details, such as your personal identification number (PIN)
and optional services. To use UMTS or HSDPA services,
you can purchase a Universal Subscriber Identity Module
(USIM) card.
Assembling 9
Insert the SIM or USIM card.3
Your phone has 2 SIM or USIM card slots to allow you
to use 2 SIM cards and switch between them. ► p. 24
Place the SIM or USIM card into the phone with •
the gold-coloured contacts facing down.
If you do not insert a SIM or USIM card, you can •
only use your phone’s non-network services and
some menus.
To install the SIM or USIM card and battery,
If the phone is on, press and hold [1 ] to turn it off.
Remove the back cover.2
Be careful not to damage your fingernails when you
remove the back cover.
Assembling10
Charge the battery
Before using the phone for the first time, you must charge
the battery.
Use only Samsung-approved chargers and cables.
Unauthorised chargers or cables can cause batteries
to explode or damage your phone.
When your battery is low, the phone will emit a
warning tone and display a low battery message.
The battery icon will also be empty and
blinking. If the battery level becomes too low, the
phone will automatically power off. Recharge your
battery to continue using your phone.
Open the cover to the multifunction jack on the side 1
of the phone.
Insert the battery.4
Replace the back cover.5
Assembling 11
Plug the large end of the travel adapter into a power 3
outlet.
You can use the phone while it is charging, but it •
may take longer to fully charge the battery.
While charging, the phone may heat up. This •
is normal and should not affect your phone’s
lifespan or performance.
If your phone is not working properly, bring your •
phone and the charger to a Samsung Service
Centre.
When the battery is fully charged (the battery icon is 4
no longer moving), unplug the travel adapter from the
phone and then from the power outlet.
Do not remove the battery before removing the
travel adapter. Doing this may cause damage to the
phone.
Plug the small end of the travel adapter into the 2
multifunction jack.
Improperly connecting the travel adapter can cause
serious damage to the phone. Any damages due to
misuse are not covered by the warranty.
Assembling12
Remove the back cover.1
Insert a memory card with the label side facing up.2
Replace the back cover.3
› Remove the memory card
Ensure that the memory card is not in the middle of an 1
operation.
Remove the back cover.2
Insert a memory card (optional)
To store additional multimedia files, you must insert
a memory card. Your phone accepts microSD™ or
microSDHC™ memory cards with maximum capacities of
16 GB (depending on memory card manufacturer and
type).
Samsung uses approved industry standards for
memory cards, but some brands may not be fully
compatible with your phone. Using an incompatible
memory card may damage your phone or the
memory card and can corrupt data stored on the
card.
Your phone supports only the FAT file structure for •
memory cards. If you insert a card formatted with
a different file structure, your phone will ask you to
reformat the memory card.
Frequent writing and erasing will shorten the life •
span of memory cards.
Assembling 13
Attach a hand strap (optional)
Remove the back cover.1
Slide a hand strap through the hand strap hole and 2
hook it over the small projection.
Replace the back cover.3
Push the memory card gently until it disengages from 3
the phone, and then pull the memory card out of the
memory card slot.
Do not remove a memory card while the phone is
transferring or accessing information, as this could
result in loss of data or damage to the memory card
or phone.
› Format the memory card
Formatting your memory card on a PC may cause
incompatibilities with your phone. Format the memory
card only on the phone.
In Menu mode, select Settings → Memory settings →
Memory card details → Format → Yes.
Before formatting the memory card, remember to
make backup copies of all important data stored in
your phone. The manufacturer’s warranty does not
cover loss of data that results from user actions.
Getting started14
Getting started
Turn your phone on and off
To turn on your phone,
Press and hold [1 ].
Enter your PIN and select 2 Done (if necessary).
Select 3 OK to register new SIM or USIM cards.
Select 4 Next.
Assign a name and signal icon to the SIM or USIM cards 5
by following the on-screen instructions.
Select 6 Next.
Select a SIM or USIM card and select 7 On to activate it.
Select the 8 Default Network drop-down list, select the
primary SIM or USIM card, and select Next.
Read the help information and select 9 Next.
Once you insert 2 SIM or USIM cards, you will be
prompted to select either of them when accessing
network services, such as calling, messaging and
web services.
To turn off your phone, repeat step 1 above.
Follow all posted warnings and directions from •
official personnel when in areas where the use of
wireless devices is restricted, such as aeroplanes
and hospitals.
To use your phone's non-network services only, •
switch to the offline profile. ► p. 21
Getting started 15
Get to know your phone
› Phone layout
SIM selection
Front camera
lens for video
calls
Mouth peice
Flash bulb
Earpiece
Touch screen
Power/End key
Back key
Volume key
Dial key
Multifunction
jack
Rear camera lens
Lock key
Camera key
Back cover
Speaker
Internal antenna
Getting started16
Key Function
SIM
selection
In Idle mode, switch between SIM or
USIM cards when you make calls or
send messages; Access the SIM card
management menu(press and hold).
Camera
In Idle mode, turn on the camera;
In Camera mode, take a photo or
record a video.
› Indicator icons
Icons shown on the display may vary depending on
your region or service provider.
Icon Definition
/ Signal strength
GPRS network connected
EDGE network connected
› Keys
Key Function
Dial
Make or answer a call; In Idle mode,
retrieve recently dialled, missed, or
received numbers.
Back In Menu mode, return to the previous level .
Power/
End
Turn the phone on or off (press and
hold); End a call; In Menu mode,
return to the main menu or return
to Idle mode.
Volume Adjust the phone’s volume.
Lock
Lock the touch screen and keys;
Unlock the touch screen and keys
(press and hold).
Getting started 17
Icon Definition
Bluetooth hands-free car kit or headset
connected
Bluetooth activated
Alarm activated
Memory card inserted
New text message (SMS)
New multimedia message (MMS)
New email message
New voice mail message
Normal profile activated
Silent profile activated
Battery power level
Current time
Icon Definition
UMTS network connected
HSDPA network connected
Voice call in progress
Video call in progress
SOS message feature activated
Browsing the web
Connected to secured web page
Roaming (outside of normal service area)
Call diverting activated
Connected with PC
Wi-Fi activated
Getting started18
Control your touch screen with the following actions:
Tap: Tap once to select or launch a menu, option, or •
application.
Double-tap: Tap twice quickly to zoom in or out while •
viewing photos or web pages.
Drag: Tap and hold on an item, and then drag your finger •
to move the item.
Scroll: Tap and drag up, down, left, or right to move to •
items on lists.
Your phone turns off the touch screen when you •
do not use the phone for a specified period. To
turn on the screen, press any key.
You can also adjust the backlight time. In Menu •
mode, select Settings → Display and light →
Backlight time.
Use the touch screen
Your phone’s touch screen lets you easily select items or
perform functions. Learn basic actions to use the touch
screen.
To avoid scratching the touch screen, do not use •
sharp tools.
Do not allow the touch screen to come in •
contact with other electrical devices. Electrostatic
discharges can cause the touch screen to
malfunction.
Do not allow the touch screen to come in contact •
with water. The touch screen may malfunction in
humid conditions or when exposed to water.
For optimal use of the touch screen, remove the
screen protection film before using your phone.
Getting started 19
Select a menu or application.3
Press the Back key to move up one level; Press [4 ] to
close the menu or application and return to Idle mode.
› Organise applications in Menu mode
You can reorganise the applications in Menu mode by
changing their order or grouping them into categories to
suit your preferences and needs.
In Idle mode, select 1 Menu to access Menu mode.
Select 2 Edit at the top left of the screen.
Drag an application icon to the location you want.3
You can move an application icon to another main
menu screen.
Select 4 Done.
Select Reset to initialise the main menu screens.
Lock or unlock the touch screen
and keys
You can lock the touch screen and keys to prevent any
unwanted phone operations.
To lock, press [ ]. To unlock, press and hold [ ].
Alternatively, press [ ] and tap and hold the lock icon.
You can also set the phone to automatically lock the touch
screen and keys when you do not use the phone for a
specified period. In Menu mode, select Settings → Touch
panel → On under Auto-lock.
Access menus
To access your phone’s menus,
In Idle mode, select 1 Menu to access Menu mode.
Scroll left or right to a main menu screen.2
Getting started20
Drag the widget to the idle screen or select the widget 3
to activate it on the idle screen.
To move the widget back to the widget toolbar, drag it
to the position you want on the widget toolbar.
Select 4 Done.
› View or change widgets
You can view widget names or select widgets to include on
the widget toolbar.
Open the widget toolbar and select 1 .
Select 2 on the idle screen.
The marked widgets are available from the widget
toolbar.
Select the widgets you want to include on the widget 3
toolbar.
Select 4 Save.
Use widgets
Widgets are small applications that provide convenient
functions and information on your idle screen.
Some of your widgets connect to web services. •
Using a web-based widget may incur additional
charges.
Available widgets may vary depending on your •
region or service provider.
› Open the widget toolbar
To open the widget toolbar and access widgets,
In Idle mode, select 1 Widget at the top left of the screen
to open the widget toolbar.
Scroll left or right on the widget toolbar to find the 2
widget you want to use.
Getting started 21
In Menu mode, select 1 Settings → Phone settings →
Vibration feedback.
Drag the slider to adjust the intensity of the vibration.2
› Switch to the silent profile
In Idle mode, select Keypad, and then tap and hold to
mute or unmute your phone.
› Set up a sound profile
You can change your phone's sounds by customising
the current sound profile or switching to another sound
profile. To set up a profile,
In Menu mode, select 1 Settings → Phone profiles.
Select 2 next to the profile you are using.
Select a SIM or USIM card.3
Customise your phone
Get more from your phone by customising it to match your
preferences.
› Set the current time and date
In Menu mode, select 1 Settings → Time and date.
Set the time and data optons.2
Select 3 Save.
› Adjust the volume of the key tones
In Idle mode, press the Volume key up or down.
› Adjust the vibration intensity of the
touch screen
You can adjust the intensity of the vibration feedback that
results when you tap the phone screen.
Getting started22
Scroll left or right to an image.4
To select an image from the image folder, select
Images.
Select 5 Set.
Adjust the brightness of the display ›
In Menu mode, select 1 Settings → Display and light
→ Brightness.
Drag the slider to adjust the level of brightness.2
Select 3 Save.
› Calibrate the touch screen
You can calibrate the screen so that your phone recognises
your inputs better.
In Menu mode, select 1 Settings → Phone settings →
Calibration.
Customise the sound options for incoming calls, 4
incoming messages, and other phone sounds.
Available sound options vary depending on the
selected profile.
Select 5 Save.
To switch to another profile, select it from the list.
› Select a wallpaper for the idle screen
You can select separate wallpapers for each panel of the
idle screen and each SIM or USIM card.
In Idle mode, scroll left or right to one panel of the idle 1
screen.
In Menu mode, select 2 Settings → Display and light
→ Wallpaper.
Select a SIM or USIM card.3
Getting started 23
Select a gesture (A to Z) for the smart unlock feature.5
To select a language for gestures, select Change
language.
Press the Back key. If you set the phone to unlock only, 6
skip to step 7.
Select 7 Save.
To unlock the touch screen, press any key and draw the
gesture that corresponds to the unlock feature you want.
› Lock your phone
You can lock your phone by activating the phone
password.
In Menu mode, select 1 Settings → Security → Phone.
Select 2 On under Phone lock.
Enter a new 4- to 8-digit password and select 3 Done.
Tap the target on the screen until the calibration is 2
finished.
Select 3 Yes.
› Unlock the touch screen with gestures
With the smart unlock feature, you can unlock the touch
screen by drawing a specified character on the locked
touch screen. To set an unlock gesture,
In Menu mode, select 1 Settings → Smart unlock.
Select 2 On under Gesture unlock.
Select an unlock option.3
You can set the phone to unlock only, unlock and then
make a call to a favourite number, or unlock and then
launch an application.
If you set the phone to unlock only, skip to step 5.
Select a favourite number to dial or select an 4
application to launch.
Getting started24
Select 3 On under PIN lock.
Enter the PIN of your SIM or USIM card and select 4
Done.
Once the PIN lock is enabled, you must enter the PIN each
time you turn on the phone.
If you enter an incorrect PIN too many times, your •
SIM or USIM card will be blocked. You must enter
a PIN unlock key (PUK) to unblock the SIM or USIM
card.
If you block your SIM or USIM card by entering •
an incorrect PUK, bring the card to your service
provider to unblock it.
Manage your SIM or USIM cards
Your phone supports Dual SIM mode that enables you
to use two SIM or USIM cards at the same time without
changing them. Learn to select a default card and network
and change the card settings.
Enter the new password again and select 4 Done.
The first time you access a menu that requires a
password, you will be prompted to create and
confirm a password.
Once the phone lock is enabled, you must enter the
password each time you turn on the phone.
If you forget your password, bring your phone to a •
Samsung Service Centre to unlock it.
Samsung is not responsible for any loss of •
passwords or private information or other
damages caused by illegal software.
› Lock your SIM or USIM card
You can lock your phone by activating the PIN supplied
with your SIM or USIM card.
In Menu mode, select 1 Settings → Security → SIM.
Select a SIM or USIM card.2
Getting started 25
Set the starting and ending time to switch to each SIM 4
or USIM card you want.
Select 5 Save.
Enter text
You can enter text by selecting characters on the virtual
keypad.
When you tap the text input field, the input panel with the
virtual keypad appears by default.
To switch to ABC or T9 mode, select • T9 on the virtual
keypad. When the T9 mode is active, a green dot
appears.
To change case or switch to Number or Symbol mode, •
select Abc. Depending on your region, you may be able
to access an input mode for your specific language.
To clear your input, select • .
To move the cursor, select • .
To switch to Symbol mode, select • .
Select a default SIM or USIM card and ›
network
In Idle mode, press and hold [1 ].
Select 2 Network → a SIM or USIM card slot.
Select 3 On under the card name.
Select the 4 Default network drop-down list and select
the default SIM or USIM card.
Select 5 Save.
Your phone will automatically reboot.
Switch the SIM or USIM cards ›
automatically
In Idle mode, press and hold [1 ].
Select 2 SIM auto switch.
Select 3 On to activate the auto switch feature.
Getting started26
Mode Function
Symbol
Select 1. ◄ or ► to scroll to a symbol set
you want.
Select an appropriate virtual key to enter 2.
a symbol.
Access help information
Learn to access helpful information about key features of
your phone.
In Idle mode, open the widget toolbar.1
Drag 2 to the idle screen and select it.
Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape view.3
Select a help topic to learn about an application or 4
feature.
Scroll right to view more information. 5
To return to the previous level, select .
To insert a space, select • .
To start a new line, tap and hold • .
You can use the following modes:
Mode Function
ABC Select an appropriate virtual key until the character you want appears on the display.
T9
Select the appropriate virtual keys to 1.
enter an entire word.
When the word displays correctly, select 2.
to insert a space. If the correct word
does not display, select an alternative
word from the list that appears or select
to select an alternative word.
Number
Select an appropriate virtual key to enter a
number.
You can enter numbers by tapping
and holding a virtual key in ABC or
T9 mode.
Communication 27
Communication
Calling
Learn to use calling functions, such as making and
answering calls using options available during a call, or
customising and using call-related features.
› Make and answer a call
Make a call
1 In Idle mode, select Keypad and enter an area code
and a phone number.
Press [2 ] to dial the number. For a video call, select
→ Video call.
During a call, your phone automatically locks the
touch screen to prevent accidental inputs. To unlock,
press and hold [ ].
To end the call, press [3 ].
Use the phonebook to save numbers you dial •
frequently. ► p. 46
To quickly access the call log to redial the numbers •
you dialled recently, press [ ].
Answer a call
1 When a call comes in, press [ ].
When the phone is ringing, press the Volume key to
adjust the volume, or press and hold the Volume key
down to mute the ringtone.
For a video call, press [2 ] and select Show me to
allow the caller to see you.
The front camera lens is activated to show your image.
To end the call, press [3 ].
Communication28
To answer a call, press the headset button.•
To end a call, press and hold the headset button.•
› Use options during a voice call
You can use the following options while a voice call is in
progress:
To adjust the voice volume, press the Volume key up or •
down.
To activate the speakerphone feature, select • Speaker
→ Yes.
In noisy environments, you may have difficulty
hearing some calls while using the speakerphone
feature. For better audio performance, use the
normal phone mode.
To turn off the microphone so that the other party •
cannot hear you, select Mute.
To switch the current call to a video call, select • Video
call.
Reject a call
When a call comes in, press [ ]. The caller will hear a
busy tone.
You can set up a list of numbers to reject incoming
calls automatically. ► p. 29
Call an international number
In Idle mode, select 1 Keypad and tap and hold 0 to
insert the + character.
Enter the complete number you want to dial (country 2
code, area code and phone number), and then press
[ ] to dial the number.
Use the headset ›
By plugging the supplied headset into the multifunction
jack, you can make and answer calls:
To redial the last call, press and hold the headset button.•
Communication 29
› View and dial missed calls
Your phone will display calls you have missed on the
display.
When you have one missed call, select the call from the •
event alert widget and select Voice call to dial.
When you have two missed calls or more, select the call •
from the event alert widget and select Logs → a missed
call.
› Use additional features
You can use various other call-related features, such as
auto rejection, fake calls, or Fixed Dialling Number (FDN)
mode.
Set the auto rejection
Use the auto rejection to reject calls from certain numbers
automatically. To activate the auto rejection and set up the
reject list,
To listen and talk to the other party via the headset, •
select Headset.
To place a call on hold, select • Hold. To retrieve a held call,
select Retrieve.
To dial a second call, dial a new number. The first call is •
automatically placed on hold.
To answer a second call, press [• ] when a call waiting
tone sounds. The first call is automatically placed on
hold.
To switch between the two calls, select • Swap.
To end the call on hold, select • On hold → .
To make a multiparty call (conference call), make or •
answer a second call and select Join when connected
to the second party. Repeat to add more parties. You
must subscribe to the multiparty call service to use this
feature.
To connect the current party to the party placed on hold, •
select More → Transfer. You will be disconnected.
Communication30
To make a fake call, press and hold the Volume key down
in Idle mode. A fake call comes in after a specified length
of time.
You can change the delay time before fake calls. •
In Menu mode, select Settings → Application
settings → Call → Fake call → Fake call timer.
You can make fake calls appear more realistic by •
playing back a recorded voice. In Menu mode,
select Settings → Application settings → Call →
Fake call → Fake call voice.
Logs
Learn to view and manage logs of calls you have dialled,
received, or missed and messages you have sent.
› View call and message logs
In Menu mode, select 1 Logs.
Select the 2 All drop-down menu and select a log type.
In Menu mode, select 1 Settings → Application
settings → Call → All calls → Auto reject.
Select 2 On under Activation.
Select 3 Add number under Reject list.
Select the number input field, enter a number to reject, 4
and select Done → Save.
To add more numbers, repeat steps 3 and 4.5
Select the check boxes next to the numbers.6
Select 7 Save.
Make a fake call
You can simulate fake incoming calls when you want to get
out of meetings or unwanted conversations. To activate
the fake call feature,
In Menu mode, select 1 Settings → Application
settings → Call → Fake call.
Select 2 On under Activation.
Communication 31
Option Function
Email
counter
View the number of emails you have
sent or received.
Call cost
View cost records for your calls, such
as the cost of the last call and the
total cost of all calls. You can also set
the currency and price per unit, or
cost limit to restrict calls according
to your calling plan; The cost counter
may be unavailable depending on
your SIM or USIM card.
Call time
View time data for your calls, such as
the duration of the last call and the
total duration of all calls
You can reset the records in the log manager. From
each screen, select Reset or Reset all.
Select a log to view its details.3
From the detail view, you can dial the number, send
a message to the number or add the number to the
phonebook or reject list.
› View the log manager
From the log manager, you can check the amount of data
or number of messages sent or received and the cost and
duration of your calls.
In Menu mode, select 1 Logs → Log Manager.
Select an option you want.2
Option Function
Data
counter
View the amount of data you have
sent or received.
Message
counter
View the number of messages you
have sent or received.
Communication32
If you decide not to send a message immediately, •
you can save it to the draft folder for future use.
If an error occurs while you are sending a message, •
it will be saved in the outbox so you can try to
resend it later.
When a message is sent successfully, it will be •
saved in the sentbox.
› Set up an MMS profile
To send and receive multimedia messages, you must
activate a connection profile for connecting to the MMS
server. In addition to profiles that are preset by your service
provider, you can add your own connection profile.
In Menu mode, select 1 Messages → Settings →
Multimedia messages → Profiles.
Select 2 Create.
Customise the parameters for the connection profile.3
When you are finished, select 4 Save.
Messages
Learn to create and send text (SMS), multimedia (MMS), or
email messages, and view or manage messages you have
sent or received.
› Send a text message
1 In Menu mode, select Messages → Create message
→ Message.
Select the recipient input field and select 2 .
You can enter a number or email address manually
or select one from the call log or group by selecting
another option.
Select the check boxes next to contacts and select 3
Add.
Select 4 Tap to add text.
Enter your message text and select 5 Done.
Select 6 Send to send the message.
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› Set up an email account and profile
In addition to the email account predefined by your service
provider, you can add your personal email accounts. Also,
you can add your own connection profile for using email
services.
Set up an email account
1 In Menu mode, select Messages → Settings → Email
→ Email accounts.
For assistance with setting up your email account,
select the Email setup wizard.
Select 2 Add account.
Customise the settings for the account.3
When you are finished, select 4 Save.
› Send a multimedia message
1 In Menu mode, select Messages → Create message
→ Message.
Select the recipient input field and select 2 .
You can enter a number or email address manually
or select one from the call log or group by selecting
another option.
Select the contacts and select 3 Add.
When you enter an email address, the phone will ask
if you want to send a multimedia message. Select OK
to confirm.
Select 4 Tap to add text, enter your message text, and
select Done.
Select 5 Add media and attach a file.
You can select a file from the file list or capture a photo,
video, or sound clip.
Select 6 Send to send the message.
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Select 5 Tap to add text, enter your email text, and
select Done.
Select 6 Add files and attach a file.
You can select a file from the file list or capture a photo,
video, or sound clip.
Select 7 Send to send the message.
› View a message
Messages you have received, sent or saved are sorted
automatically into the following message folders.
Inbox• : Received text or multimedia messages.
Email inbox• : Sent or received email messages.
Outbox• : Messages that are currently sending or waiting
to be sent.
Sentbox• : Sent messages.
Drafts• : Messages that you have saved for future use.
Set up an email profile
1 In Menu mode, select Messages → Settings → Email
→ Profiles.
Select 2 Create.
Customise the network settings.3
When you are finished, select 4 Save.
› Send an email message
1 In Menu mode, select Messages → Create message
→ Email.
Select the recipient input field and select 2 .
You can enter an email address manually or select from
the call log or group by selecting another option.
Select the check boxes next to contacts and select 3
Add.
Select 4 Tap to add subject and enter a subject.
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› Listen to voice mail messages
If you have set missed calls to be diverted to the voice mail
server, callers may leave voice messages when you do not
answer incoming calls. To access your voice mail box and
listen to voice mail messages,
In Idle mode, select 1 Keypad, and then tap and hold 1.
Follow the instructions from the voice mail server.2
You must save the voice mail server number before
accessing the server. Your service provider can give
you the number.
› Use message templates
Learn to create and use text and multimedia templates to
quickly and easily create new messages.
Create a text template
In Menu mode, select 1 Messages → Templates → Text
templates.
View a text or multimedia message
1 In Menu mode, select Messages and select a message
folder (inbox or sentbox).
Select a text or multimedia message.2
View an email message
1 In Menu mode, select Messages → Email inbox.
Select an email account.2
Select 3 Download.
Select an email or a header.4
If you selected a header, select 5 Retrieve to view the
body of the email.
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To use a multimedia template to create a new multimedia
message, from the template list, select next to the
template to use. Your template will open as a new
multimedia message.
› Send an SOS message
In case of an emergency, you can ask for help by sending
an SOS message to specified recipients.
This feature may be unavailable depending on your
region or service provider.
In Menu mode, select 1 Messages → SOS messages →
Sending options.
Select 2 On to turn on the SOS messaging feature.
Select the recipient field to open the recipient list.3
Select 2 Create to open a new template window.
Select the field, enter your text, and select 3 Done.
Select 4 Save.
You can now insert a text template in the text field while
creating a text, multimedia, or email message by using the
inserting option.
Create a multimedia template
In Menu mode, select 1 Messages → Templates →
Multimedia templates.
Select 2 Create to open a new template window.
Create a multimedia message, with a subject and 3
desired attachments, to use as your template. ► p. 33
Select 4 Save.
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IM
Learn to chat with friends and family from any of the
universal instant messengers, such as Gtalk, AIM, and
Palringo.
This feature may be unavailable depending on your
region or service provider.
In Menu mode, select 1 IM.
Select 2 OK from the intro window.
The first time you access the messenger, you will •
be prompted to confirm.
To change the language for the messenger, select •
Menu → Settings→ Language.
Enter your user ID and password and log in.3
Chat with your family or friends instantly.4
Select 4 Tap to add recipient, enter a recipient number,
and select Save. Skip to step 7.
To select a number saved in your contact list, select
Contacts to open the contact list and then continue
with the next step.
Select contacts and select 5 Add.
Select a phone number (if necessary).6
When you are finished setting the recipients, select 7
Save.
Select the 8 Repeat drop-down menu and select the
number of times to repeat the SOS message.
Select 9 Save → Yes.
To send an SOS message, the touch screen and keys must
be locked. Press the Volume key 4 times.
Once you send an SOS message, all phone functions
will be suspended until you press [ ].
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Entertainment
Camera
Learn how to capture and view photos and videos. You
can capture photos at resolutions up to 2560 x 1920 pixels
(5 mega pixels) and videos at resolutions up to 320 x 240
pixels.
› Capture a photo
1 In Idle mode, press the Camera key to turn on the
camera.
Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape view.2
Touch the screen to hide or display icons in the •
viewfinder.
The memory capacity may differ depending on •
the shooting scene or shooting conditions.
Aim the lens at the subject and make any necessary 3
adjustments. Press the Volume key to zoom in or out.
Press the Camera key to take a photo. 4
The photo is saved automatically.
After capturing photos, select to view the captured
photos.
› Capture a photo by using preset
options for various scenes
Your camera provides you with predefined settings for
various scenes. You can simply select the proper mode for
your shooting condition and subjects.
In Menu mode, press the Camera key to turn on the 1
camera.
Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape view.2
Select 3 → a scene → .
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› Capture a series of photos
You can easily capture a series of photos of moving
subjects. This is useful when you are photographing
children at play or a sporting event.
In Idle mode, press the Camera key to turn on the 1
camera.
Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape view.2
Select 3 → Continuous.
Make any necessary adjustments.4
Press and hold the Camera key. The camera will 5
continue to capture photos until you release the
Camera key.
Make any necessary adjustments.4
Press the Camera key to take a photo.5
› Capture a photo in Smile shot mode
Your camera can recognise people’s faces and help you
capture photos of their smiling faces.
In Idle mode, press the Camera key to turn on the 1
camera.
Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape view.2
Select 3 → Smile shot.
Make any necessary adjustments.4
Press the Camera key.5
Aim the camera lens at your subject.6
Your phone recognises people in an image and detects
their smiles. When the subject smiles, the phone
automatically takes a photo.
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› Capture a mosaic photo
You can capture multiple images and automatically
combine them into a mosaic.
In Idle mode, press the Camera key to turn on the 1
camera.
Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape view.2
Select 3 → Mosaic.
Select an image layout and press the Camera key.4
Make any necessary adjustments.5
Press the Camera key to take photos for each segment.6
› Capture a photo with decorative frames
In Idle mode, press the Camera key to turn on the 1
camera.
Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape view.2
Select 3 → Frame.
› Capture a panoramic photo
You can capture wide panoramic photos using
Panorama shooting mode. This mode is convenient for
photographing landscapes.
In Idle mode, press the Camera key to turn on the 1
camera.
Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape view.2
Select 3 → Panorama.
Make any necessary adjustments.4
Press the Camera key to take the first photo.5
Slowly move the phone in the direction you want and 6
align with the frame.
When you have aligned the frame and the icon, the
camera will automatically capture the next photo.
Repeat step 6 to complete the panoramic photo.7
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After capturing videos, select to view the captured
videos.
Music player
Learn to listen to your favourite music while on the go with
the music player. The music player supports the following
file formats: mp3, aac, wma, 3gp, and m4a.
› Add music files to your phone
Start by transferring files to your phone or memory card:
Download from the wireless web. • ► p. 51
Download from a PC with the optional Samsung Kies. •
► p. 62
Receive via Bluetooth. • ► p. 60
Copy to your memory card. • ► p. 62
Synchronise with Windows Media Player 11. • ► p. 63
Select a frame and press the Camera key.4
Make any necessary adjustments.5
Press the Camera key to take the photo and 6
automatically apply the decorative frame.
› Capture a video
1 In Idle mode, press the Camera key to turn on the
camera.
Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape view.2
Select 3 to switch to the camcorder.
Aim the lens at the subject and make any necessary 4
adjustments.
Press the Volume key to zoom in or out. 5
Press the Camera key to start recording.6
Select 7 or press the Camera key to stop recording.
The video is saved automatically.
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Icon Function
Change the repeat mode (off, repeating
one file, or repeating all files).
1. These icons are shown when you tap the player screen.
› Create a playlist
In Menu mode, select 1 Music player.
Select 2 Playlists → Create.
Select the input field, enter a title for your new playlist, 3
and select Done.
To assign an image to the playlist, select the image 4
above Tap to edit and select an image or capture a
new photo.
Select 5 Save.
Select the new playlist.6
1
› Play music
After transferring music files to your phone or memory
card.
In Menu mode, select 1 Music player.
Select a music category 2 → a music file.
Control playback with the following icons:3
Icon Function
Pause playback; Select to resume
playback.
Skip backward; Scan backward in a file
(tap and hold).
Skip forward; Scan forward in a file (tap and hold).
Activate Shuffle mode.
Change the equaliser type.
1
1
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Select 5 to stop recording.
Follow the on-screen instructions to send the 6
recording to the music information server.
FM radio
Learn to listen to music and news on the FM radio. To listen
to the FM radio, you must connect the supplied headset,
which serves as the radio antenna.
› Listen to the FM radio
Plug the supplied headset into the phone.1
In Menu mode, select 2 FM radio.
Select 3 Yes to start automatic tuning.
The FM radio scans and saves available stations
automatically.
The first time you turn on the FM radio, you will be
prompted to start automatic tuning.
Select 7 Add → Tracks.
You can add all music files from another playlist by
selecting Playlists and then a playlist.
Select the files you want to include and select 8 Add.
Find music
Learn to access an online music service to get information
about a song.
This service is not available from some service •
providers.
The database may not include information for all •
songs.
In Menu mode, select 1 Find music.
Select 2 Find music to connect to the server.
Select a connection profile to use.3
When your phone is successfully registered, select 4 to
record a part of a song.
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› Save radio stations automatically
Plug the supplied headset into the phone.1
In Menu mode, select 2 FM radio.
Select 3 More → Self-tuning.
Select 4 Yes to confirm (if necessary).
The FM radio scans and saves available stations
automatically.
› Record songs from the FM radio
Plug the supplied headset into the phone.1
In Menu mode, select 2 FM radio.
Select 3 to turn on the FM radio.
Scroll to the radio station you want.4
Select 5 to start recording.
Control the FM radio with the following icons:4
Icon Function
/
Change the frequency by 0.1 MHz.;
Select an available radio station (tap
and hold).
Turn off the FM radio; Select to turn
on the FM radio.
Access the favourites list.
/
Change the sound output (headset or
phone's speaker).
Record songs from the FM radio.
To get information about a song you hear on the FM
radio, select More → Find music. ► p. 43
To add the current radio station to the favourites list,
select Add to Favourites.
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› Play games or launch applications
In Menu mode, select 1 Games.
Select a game or application from the list and follow 2
the on-screen instructions.
Select More to access a list of various options and
settings for your game or application.
Available games or applications may vary •
depending on your region or service provider.
Controls and options of games or applications •
may vary.
When you are finished recording, select 6 Stop. The
recorded file will be saved in Radio clips (in Menu
mode, select My files → Sounds).
Games and more
Learn to use games and applications powered by awardwinning Java technology.
The download of Java games or applications may
not be supported depending on the software of
the phone.
› Download games and applications
1 In Menu mode, select Games → More games.
Your phone connects to the website preset by your
service provider.
Search for a game or application and download it to 2
the phone.
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Personal information
Contacts
Learn to create and manage a list of your personal or
business contacts stored on the phone’s memory or a SIM
or USIM card. You can save names, mobile phone numbers,
home phone numbers, email addresses, birthdays and
more for your contacts.
› Create a contact
In Idle mode, select 1 Contacts → Create contact.
Select a memory location (phone or SIM or USIM card).2
Enter contact information.3
Select 4 Save to add the contact to memory.
You can also create a contact from the dialling screen.
In Idle mode, select 1 Keypad and enter a phone
number.
Select 2 → Add to Contacts → New.
Select a memory location.3
Enter contact information.4
Select 5 Save to add the contact to memory.
› Find a contact
In Idle mode, select 1 Contacts.
Select the search field, enter the first letters of the 2
name you want.
You can also drag to select the first letter of the
name.
Select the contact’s name from the contact list.3
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Create your name card ›
In Idle mode, select 1 Contacts.
Select 2 More → My namecard.
Enter you own personal details.3
Select 4 Save.
You can send your namecard by attaching it to a
message or email or transferring it via the Bluetooth
wireless feature or ActiveSync.
Create a group of contacts ›
By creating groups of contacts, you can manage multiple
contacts and send messages or email to an entire group.
Start by creating a group.
In Idle mode, select 1 Contacts.
Select the 2 Contacts drop-down menu and select
Groups.
Once you found a contact, you can:
call the contact or send a message by selecting •
or edit the contact information by selecting • Edit
› Set a favourite number
In Idle mode, select 1 Contacts.
Select the 2 Contacts drop-down menu and select
Favourites.
Select a location number 3 → a contact.
The contact is saved to the favourite number list.
Once you set a favourite number, you can •
dial the number by tapping and holding the
corresponding location number on the dialling
screen.
All favourite numbers will be assigned to the •
buddy list ( ) on the widget toolbar.
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› View events
To change the calendar view,
In Menu mode, select 1 Calendar.
Select 2 More → View by day, View by week or View
by month.
To view events of a specific date,
In Menu mode, select 1 Calendar.
Select a date on the calendar. On the calendar, the 2
dates with scheduled events are indicated with a
triangle.
Select an event to view its details.3
To view events by event types,
In Menu mode, select 1 Calendar.
Select 2 Event list → an event type.
Select an event to view its details.3
Select 3 Create group.
Select a name, caller ID photo, ringtone, and vibration 4
type for the group.
Select 5 Save.
Calendar
Learn to create and manage daily, weekly or monthly
events.
› Create an event
In Menu mode, select 1 Calendar.
Select 2 Create → an event type.
Enter the details of the event as required.3
Select 4 Save.
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Memo
Learn to record important information to save and view at
a later date.
Create a memo ›
In Menu mode, select 1 Memo.
Select 2 Create memo.
Enter your memo text and select 3 Done.
View memos ›
In Menu mode, select 1 Memo.
Select a memo to view its details.2
Task
Learn to create a virtual task list and set alarms to remind
yourself of important tasks or set priority.
› Create a task
In Menu mode, select 1 Task.
Select 2 Create task.
Enter the details of the task.3
To add detailed settings, select Set details.
Select 4 Save.
› View tasks
In Menu mode, select 1 Task.
Select the 2 Priority drop-down menu and select a
category (priority, status, or due date) to sort the tasks.
Select a task to view its details.3
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› Play a voice memo
In Menu mode, select 1 Voice rec.
Select 2 My voice clips to access the voice memo list.
Select a voice memo.3
Control playback with the on-screen keys:4
Icon Function
Pause playback; Select to resume
playback.
Skip backward; Scan backward in a file
(tap and hold).
Skip forward; Scan forward in a file (tap
and hold).
Voice recorder
Learn to operate your phone’s voice recorder. You can set
voice memos as call or alarm ringtones.
› Record a voice memo
In Menu mode, select 1 Voice rec.
Select 2 to start recording.
Speak into the microphone.3
When you are finished, select 4 .
Your memo is saved automatically.
To record more voice memos, select 5 Record and
repeat steps 2-4.
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Web
Internet
Learn to access and bookmark your favourite web pages.
You may incur additional charges for accessing the •
web and downloading media. For details, contact
your service provider.
The web browser menu may be labelled •
differently depending on your service provider.
Available icons may vary depending on your •
region or service provider.
› Set up an internet profile
To access the network and connect to the internet, you
must activate a connection profile. In addition to profiles
that are preset by your service provider, you can add your
own connection profile.
In Menu mode, select 1 Internet → Settings → Internet
profiles.
Select 2 Create.
Customise the network settings.3
› Browse web pages
In Menu mode, select 1 Internet → Home to launch a
specifed homepage.
To access a specific web page, select the URL field,
enter the web address (URL) of the web page, and
select Go.
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If you know the web address of the web page, you can
manually add a bookmark offline. To add a bookmark,
In Menu mode, select 1 Internet → Bookmarks.
Select 2 Add.
Enter a web address (URL) and a page title.3
Select 4 Save.
RSS reader
Learn to use the RSS reader to receive the latest news and
information from your favourite websites.
› Add an RSS feed address
In Menu mode, select 1 Internet → RSS feeds.
Select 2 Add.
Select the address input field.3
Navigate web pages with the following icons:2
Icon Function
Move backward or forward to web
pages in history.
Refresh the current web page.
Change the view mode.
Add the current web page to the
bookmark list.
Open a list of saved bookmarks.
Access a list of web browser options.
› Bookmark your favourite web pages
You can bookmark web pages you frequently visit for quick
access. While navigating the web, select to bookmark
the current web page.
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Downloads
Learn to download a variety of media files, such as
wallpapers, ringtones, games, music, and video clips.
In Menu mode, select 1 Downloads.
Search for and download media files to the phone as 2
desired.
As a result of the Digital Rights Management (DRM)
system, some of the media items you download
from the internet or receive by multimedia
messages may require a licence key to access them.
You can acquire the key from the website which
owns the rights to the content.
Enter the address of an RSS feed and select 4 Done.
Select 5 OK.
› Update and read RSS feeds
In Menu mode, select 1 Internet → RSS feeds.
Select 2 Update → a feed → Update → Yes.
Select a feed category 3 → an updated feed.
The auto update feature sets the phone to
automatically update RSS feeds at specified
intervals. You can activate the auto update feature
by selecting Internet → Settings → RSS update.
Activating the auto update feature increase the
amount of data downloaded and may incur
additional charges.
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› Use the Google Mail service
You can access your Google Mail account and send or read
email messages on your phone.
In Menu mode, select 1 Google → Mail.
Enter your user ID and password and log in.2
Send or receive emails.3
› Use the Google Maps service
In Menu mode, select 1 Google → Maps.
Scroll through the map.2
Zoom in or out on the location you want.3
Google
Learn to use various Google services, such as search, mail,
and map services.
Some services may be unavailable depending on •
your region or service provider.
The steps you must follow to use this feature •
may differ depending on your region or service
provider.
› Use the Google Search service
In Menu mode, select 1 Google → Search.
Select the search field.2
Enter a keyword and select 3 Search.
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ActiveSync
Learn to synchronise personal data, such as emails,
contacts, calendar events, and tasks, between your phone
and your Microsoft Exchange server or Google account.
Google Sync does not support task •
synchronisation.
You can use the Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync® •
feature only with services that are licensed by
Microsoft Corporation.
You may incur additional charges for accessing •
the server.
› Set up a Microsoft Exchange server and
profile
In Menu mode, select 1 ActiveSync.
Specify Microsoft Exchange server settings.2
Select 3 Save.
Synchronise
Learn to synchronise contacts, calendar events, tasks, and
memos with the web server you have specified.
› Set up a synchronisation profile
In Menu mode, select 1 Synchronise.
Select 2 Add and specify the profile options.
When you are finished, select 3 Save.
› Start synchronisation
In Menu mode, select 1 Synchronise.
Select a synchronisation profile.2
Select 3 Continue to start synchronisation with the web
server you have specified.
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To synchronise only your emails,
In Menu mode, select 1 ActiveSync.
Select 2 Email → Inbox → Sync → Email → Select, or
select Outbox → Sync.
Communities
Learn to share your photos and videos with other people
on community websites and blogs, such as MySpace or
Facebook.
This feature may be unavailable depending on your
region or service provider.
Set your favourite website or blog list ›
In Menu mode, select 1 Communities.
Select a connection profile to access 2 Communities.
Select a connection profile to use for Exchange 4
ActiveSync.
When you are finished, select 5 Save.
Select 6 OK to confirm the activation screen.
Select a synchronisation profile.7
Synchronisation will begin with the Microsoft
Exchange server you have specified.
› Start synchronisation
After configuring sync settings for each data type, you can
synchronise your data with the Exchange server (either all
data at the same time or email only).
To synchronise all items,
In Menu mode, select 1 ActiveSync.
Select 2 Sync.
If you synchronise all items, you may incur charges
for updating items unnecessarily.
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Select 2 Upload to web.
Select a website or blog you want to access.3
Enter your user ID and password and log in (if 4
necessary).
To upload files, select 5 Tap to add and select a media
file.
Enter the post details and select 6 Upload.
Facebook
This feature may be unavailable depending on your
region or service provider.
In Menu mode, select 1 Facebook.
Enter your email address and password and select 2
Log in.
Select 3 Yes to set your favourite website or blog list (if
necessary).
Select 4 Accept to confirm that you agree to the general
disclaimer.
The first time you access the menu, you will be
prompted to confirm.
Select the website or blog you want to add and select 5
Save.
To update the community list again, select Update
lists, new websites or blogs will added to the list
automatically.
› Share a file
To upload or view photos and videos, you must have
accounts with photo sharing websites and blogs.
In Menu mode, select 1 Communities.
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MySpace
This feature may be unavailable depending on your
region or service provider.
In Menu mode, select 1 MySpace.
Enter your email address and password and select 2
Log in.
Use the following features:3
Feature Description
Home Use various options to share your photos and thoughts with others.
My Mail Send and view messages and check for friend requests.
Photos View and upload photos.
Friends Search for friends, view the friend list, or send friend requests.
Use the following features:3
Feature Description
Home Use various options to share your photos and thoughts with others.
Profile View or update your personal information.
Friends Search for friends or view your friends’ posts.
Inbox View messages and check for new notifications or requests.
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Connectivity
Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless communications
technology capable of exchanging information over a
distance of about 10 metres without requiring a physical
connection.
Samsung is not responsible for the loss, •
interception, or misuse of data sent or received via
the Bluetooth wireless feature.
Always ensure that you share and receive data •
with devices that are trusted and properly secured.
If there are obstacles between the devices, the
operating distance may be reduced.
Some devices, especially those that are not •
tested or approved by Bluetooth SIG, may be
incompatible with your phone.
› Turn on the Bluetooth wireless feature
In Menu mode, select 1 Bluetooth.
Select 2 On to turn on the Bluetooth wireless feature.
To allow other devices to locate your phone, select 3
More → Settings → On under My phone’s visibility
→ a visibility option → Save.
If you selected Custom, set duration that your phone
is visible.
Select 4 Save.
› Find and pair with other Bluetoothenabled devices
In Menu mode, select 1 Bluetooth → Search.
Select a device.2
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To check Bluetooth services available on your phone
and information about the services, select More →
Bluetooth services.
› Send data using the Bluetooth wireless
feature
Select a file or item, such as a contact, calendar 1
event, memo, task, or media file, from an appropriate
application or My files.
Select 2 Send via → Bluetooth, or select More → Send
namecard via → Bluetooth.
› Receive data using the Bluetooth
wireless feature
Enter the PIN for the Bluetooth wireless feature and 1
select OK (if necessary).
Select 2 Yes to confirm that you are willing to receive
data from the device (if necessary).
Enter a PIN for the Bluetooth wireless feature or the 3
other device’s Bluetooth PIN, if it has one, and select
Done. Alternatively, select Yes to match the PIN
between your phone and the device.
When the owner of the other device enters the same
PIN or accepts the connection, pairing is complete. If
the pairing is successful, the device will automatically
search for available services.
Some devices, especially headsets or hands-free car
kits, may have a fixed Bluetooth PIN, such as 0000. If
the other device has a PIN, you must enter it.
Once the phone is paired with another Bluetooth-enabled
device, the device icon will turn blue. Select a paired device
and use the following options:
To change the device name, select the connected device •
icon and select Rename.
To allow the device to access your phone without your •
confirmation, select the connected device icon and
select Authorise device.
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› Activate the WLAN feature
In Menu mode, select Wi-Fi → On.
An active WLAN running in the background will
consume battery power. To preserve battery power,
activate the WLAN only when needed.
› Find and connect to a WLAN
In Menu mode, select 1 Wi-Fi → Search.
Select a network 2 → Connect.
Customise settings to add a connection profile for the 3
selected network.
For settings information, contact the network
administrator of the WLAN. Some setting may be
fixed according to the configuration of the selected
network.
When you are finished, select 4 Save.
Received data is saved to an appropriate application or
folder according to its type. For example, a music or sound
clip is saved to the sound folder and a contact to the
phonebook.
Wi-Fi
Learn to use your phone’s wireless networking capabilities
to activate and connect to any wireless local area network
(WLAN) compatible with the IEEE 802.1x standard.
You can connect to the internet or other network devices
anywhere an access point or wireless hotspot is available.
Your phone uses non-harmonised frequency and
is intended for use in all European countries. The
WLAN can be operated in the EU without restriction
indoors, but cannot be operated outdoors in France.
Connectivity62
Run Samsung Kies and use wireless connections or 3
copy data and files.
Refer to the Samsung Kies help for more information.
› Connect as a mass storage device
You can connect your phone to a PC as a removable disk
and access the file directory. If you insert a memory card
in the phone, you can also access the file directory of the
memory card by using the phone as a memory card reader.
If you want to transfer files from or to a memory card, 1
insert a memory card into the phone.
In Menu mode, select 2 Settings → Phone settings →
PC connections → Mass storage → Save.
The connected network icon turns blue. You can now use
the WLAN profile for network connections. Change the
profile setting to the configured WLAN profile in the WAP
browser or other WAP-based services.
PC connections
Learn to connect your phone to a PC with the supplied PC
data cable in various USB connection modes.
› Connect with Samsung Kies
Ensure that Samsung Kies is installed on your PC. You can
download the program from the Samsung website (www.
samsungmobile.com).
In Menu mode, select 1 Settings → Phone settings →
PC connections → Samsung Kies or Mass storage
→ Save.
Using an optional PC data cable, connect the 2
multifunction jack on your phone to a PC.
Connectivity 63
Open Windows Media Player to synchronise music 3
files.
Edit or enter your phone’s name in the pop-up window 4
(if necessary).
Select and drag the music files you want to the sync 5
list.
Start synchronisation.6
Using an optional PC data cable, connect the 3
multifunction jack on your phone to a PC.
When connected, a pop-up window will appear on
the PC.
Open the folder to view files.4
Copy files from the PC to the memory card.5
› Synchronise with Windows Media
Player
Ensure that Windows Media Player is installed on your PC.
In Menu mode, select 1 Settings → Phone settings →
PC connections → Media player → Save.
Using an optional PC data cable, connect the 2
multifunction jack on your phone to a PC with
Windows Media Player installed.
When connected, a pop-up window will appear on
the PC.
Tools64
Tools
Alarms
Learn to set and control alarms for important events.
› Set a new alarm
In Menu mode, select 1 Alarms.
Select 2 Create alarm.
Set alarm details.3
When you are finished, select 4 Save.
The auto power-up feature sets the phone to
automatically turn on and sound the alarm at the
designated time when the phone is turned off.
› Stop an alarm
When the alarm sounds,
Tap and hold • Stop to stop the alarm.
Tap and hold • Snooze to silence the alarm for the snooze
period.
Calculator
In Menu mode, select 1 Calculator.
Use the keys that correspond to the calculator display 2
to perform basic mathematical operations.
Convertor
In Menu mode, select 1 Convertor → a conversion type.
Enter the currencies or measurements and units in the 2
appropriate fields.
Tools 65
View the history ›
In Menu mode, select 1 Dictionary.
Select 2 More → History to see a list of words you have
looked up.
Image editor
You can edit images and apply fun effects.
Apply effects to images ›
In Menu mode, select 1 Image editor.
Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape view.2
Select 3 Tap here to open → an image → Add.
Select 4 Effects → an effect option (filter, style, warp, or
partial blur).
Dictionary
Learn to look up words in you dictionary and set up your
own vocabulary list.
This feature may be unavailable depending on your
region or service provider.
Look up words ›
In Menu mode, select 1 Dictionary.
Enter a word and select 2 Done.
Select the word.3
To add the word to your vocabulary list, select Save in
My vocabulary → Yes.
Review your vocabulary ›
In Menu mode, select 1 Dictionary.
Select 2 My vocabulary.
Select a word in the list.3
Tools66
Transform an image ›
Open an image to edit.1
Select the arrow at the bottom right of the screen.2
Select 3 (for rotating or flipping) or (for resizing).
Rotate, flip, or resize the image as desired and select 4
OK.
Save the edited image with a new file name.5
Crop an image ›
Open an image to edit.1
Select the arrow at the bottom right of the screen.2
Select 3 .
Move or resize the rectangle over the area you want to 4
crop and select OK twice.
Save the edited image with a new file name.5
Select a variation of the effect to apply and select 5 OK.
To apply a blur effect to a specific area of an image,
move or resize the rectangle and select OK twice.
When you are finished, select 6 File → Save as.
Select a memory location (if necessary).7
Enter a new file name for the image and select 8 Done.
Adjust an image ›
Open an image to edit.1
Select 2 Adjust → an adjustment option (brightness,
contrast, or colour).
To adjust the image automatically, select Auto level.
Adjust the image as desired and select 3 OK.
Save the edited image with a new file name.4
Tools 67
› Supported file formats
Your phone supports the following file formats:
Type Supported format
Image bmp, jpg, gif, png, tif, wbmp, agif
Video mp4, 3gp
Music mp3, 3gp, aac, m4a, wma
Sound amr, wav, xmf, imy, midi
Others
doc, docx, pdf, ppt, pptx, txt, xls, xlsx, htm,
html, svp, vbm, vcf, vcs, vnt, jad, jar, crt, der,
svg, swf
Some file formats are not supported depending •
on the software of the phone.
If the file size exceeds the available memory, an •
error can occur when you open files.
Insert a visual feature ›
Open an image to edit.1
Select the arrow at the bottom right of the screen.2
Select 3 , , , or .
Select a visual feature (image, emoticon, or clip art), or 4
enter text and select Done.
Move or resize the visual feature and select 5 OK.
Save the edited image with a new file name.6
My files
Learn to quickly and easily access all of your images,
videos, music, sound clips, and other types of files stored
on the phone or a memory card.
Tools68
Stopwatch
In Menu mode, select 1 Stopwatch.
Select 2 Start to begin the stopwatch.
Select 3 Lap to record lap times.
When you are finished, select 4 Stop.
Select 5 Reset to clear recorded times.
Timer
In Menu mode, select 1 Timer.
Set the length of time to count down.2
Select 3 Start to begin the countdown.
You can now use other functions with the timer
counting down in the background. Press the Back key
or [ ] and access another application.
› View a file
In Menu mode, select 1 My files → a file type.
Folders or files on the memory card are indicated by a
memory card icon.
Select a folder 2 → a file.
You can use the following options while viewing a file:
To print an image using a USB connection, select • More
→ Print via → USB.
To print an image using the Bluetooth wireless feature, •
select More → Print via → Bluetooth.
• To set an image as your wallpaper, select More → Set as
→ Wallpaper.
To set a sound clip as your ringtone, during playback, •
select Set as → an option.
Tools 69
To add more images or videos, select 5 → Add scene
and repeat step 4.
To select the duration that an image displays, select
the image → Duration.
To add text between images or videos, select 6 →
Add text.
Enter the text you want and select 7 Done.
Move or resize the added text and select 8 OK.
To change the text attribute or colour, select an icon
( , , , , or ).
Select 9 Tap here to add background music → a sound
category → a sound → Add.
Select 10 → Add transition to add a transition effect
between images or videos and select an effect option.
When the timer expires, tap and hold 4 Stop to stop
the alert.
Video editor
Learn to make or edit video files and apply visual effects.
› Make a new video
In Menu mode, select 1 Video editor.
Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to landscape view.2
Video editor interface appears only in the landscape
orientation.
Select 3 Tap here to import a scene.
Select an image or video category 4 → an image or
video and select Add.
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Select 6 .
Save the edited video with a new file name.7
› Split a video
Import a video.1
Select a video 2 → Split.
Select 3 to start playback.
Move 4 on the left to the point where you want to
divide the file into two clips.
Select 5 .
Save the edited video with a new file name.6
When you are finished, select 11 Files → Export.
To save the project for future use, select Files → Save
project. The project will be saved in Other files.
Enter a new file name and select 12 Done.
› Trim a segment of a video
Import a video.1
Select a video 2 → Trim.
To use the trimming feature, the video must be
more than 10 seconds long.
Select 3 to start playback.
Move 4 on the left to the point where you want the
new video to begin.
Move 5 on the right to the point where you want the
new video to end.
Tools 71
Move or resize the added text and select 8 OK.
To change the text attribute or colour, select the text →
an icon ( , , , or ).
Save the edited video with a new file name.9
World clock
Learn to view the time in another region and set world
clocks to appear on your display.
› View a world clock
In Menu mode, select 1 World clock.
Scroll left or right through the world map.2
› Create a world clock
In Menu mode, select 1 World clock.
Select 2 → Add.
Apply an effect to a video ›
Import a video.1
Select a video 2 → Effects → an effect option.
Save the edited video with a new file name.3
› Add caption to a video
Import a video.1
Select a video 2 → Caption.
Select 3 to start playback.
Move 4 on the left to the point where you want the
text to be displayed.
Move 5 on the right to the point where you want the
text to be disappeared.
Select 6 .
Enter the text you want and select 7 Done.
Tools72
Select a time zone.3
To apply the summer time to the clock, select .
Select 4 Add to create your world clock.
The world clock is set as the second clock.
To add more world clocks, select 5 Add and repeat steps
3 and 4.
› Add a world clock to your display
With the dual clock widget, you can view clocks with two
different time zones on your display.
After you have created world clocks,
In Menu mode, select 1 World clock.
Select 2 → Set as 2nd clock.
Select the world clock to add to the dual clock widget.3
Select4 Set.
Settings 73
Settings
Access the Settings menu
In Menu mode, select 1 Settings.
Select a setting category and select an option.2
Customise the setting and select 3 Save or Set.
Phone profiles
Select a sound profile to use or customise sound options in
profiles as desired.
Display and light
Access and alter the following settings to control the
display and usage of light on your phone:
Wallpaper• : Select a background image for the idle
screen.
Widget• : Select widgets to be available on the toolbar.
Font type• : Select a font type for the display text.
Greeting message• : Edit the message that greets you
when you turn on your phone.
Brightness• : Set the brightness of the display.
Backlight time• : Set the length of time the phone waits
before turning off the display's backlight.
Time and date
Access and alter the following settings to control how time
and date are displayed on your phone.
Settings74
Smart unlock
Activate the gesture unlock feature that allows you to
unlock the touch screen and keys by drawing a specified
character. ► p. 23
Touch panel
Set the phone to automatically lock the touch screen and
the keys when you do not use the phone for a specified
period.
Application settings
Access and alter the following settings to control your
phone’s applications:
• Call: Customise the settings for calling features.
• Messages: Customise the settings for messaging
features.
• Contacts: Customise the settings for the phonebook.
Phone settings
Access and alter the following settings to control general
settings for your phone:
Language• : Select a language to use on the phone’s
display and text input.
Vibration feedback• : Adjust the intensity of the vibration
that results from tapping the screen.
Calibration• : Realign your touch screen's sensors with
your inputs.
Missed caller information• : Set whether or not to display
the caller information for missed calls and messages.
Etiquette pause• : Activate the etiquette pause feature,
which allows you to mute the current event sound by
placing the phone face down.
PC connections• : Set a USB mode to be activated when
you connect the phone to a PC. ► p. 62
Licence settings• : Customise the settings related
with license keys, such as tracking, alert for expiry, or
downloading in foreign networks.
Settings 75
Change password - : Change the phone password.
SIM•
PIN lock - : Activate or deactivate the SIM lock feature to
require the SIM password when you change the SIM
or USIM card.
Fixed dialling mode - : Activate or deactivate FDN
mode to restrict calls to number in the FDN list.
Change PIN - : Change the PIN used to access SIM or
USIM data.
Change PIN2 - : Change the PIN2, which is used to
protect the primary PIN.
Network settings
Access or alter the following settings to control how your
phone selects and connects to networks:
Select network• : Set the network selection method to
automatic or manual.
Network mode• : Select a network band.
• Calendar: Customise the settings for the calendar.
• Internet: Customise the settings for the web browser.
► p. 51
• Media player: Customise the settings for the music
player and video player.
Security
Access and alter the following settings to secure your
phone and data:
Phone•
Phone lock - : Activate or deactivate the phone lock
feature to require a phone password before using the
phone.
SIM lock - : Activate or deactivate the SIM lock feature
to require the SIM password when you change the SIM
or USIM card.
Privacy lock - : Make various types of data private;
To access private data, you must enter your phone
password.
Settings76
Default memory• : Select the default memory location
to use when transferring data, capturing images and
videos, or recording voice memos.
Memory status• : View the used and available memory
for various types of files.
Reset settings
Reset various settings to the factory default values. Select
which settings to reset. You must enter your phone
password to reset the settings.
Connections• : Set up connection profiles to use for
network features.
Certificates• : View certificates required for network
services.
Preferred networks• : Set up a list of networks you prefer.
Your phone will connect to these networks first when
searching for available networks.
Memory settings
Access and alter the following settings to control your
phone’s memory use:
Clear phone memory• : Erase the selected data from your
phone’s memory.
This will permanently erase all selected data from
the phone’s memory.
Memory card details• : Access details about your
memory card and set Bluetooth visibility for files in the
memory card. You can also format the memory card or
change the memory card’s name.
Troubleshooting 77
Troubleshooting
When you turn on your phone or while you are
using the phone, it prompts you to enter one of
the following codes:
Code Try this to solve the problem:
Password
When the phone lock feature is enabled,
you must enter the password you set for
the phone.
PIN
When using the phone for the first time
or when the PIN requirement is enabled,
you must enter the PIN supplied with
the SIM card. You can disable this feature
by using the PIN lock menu.
Code Try this to solve the problem:
PUK
Your SIM card is blocked, usually as a
result of entering your PIN incorrectly
several times. You must enter the PUK
supplied by your service provider.
PIN2
When you access a menu requiring the
PIN2, you must enter the PIN2 supplied
with the SIM card. For details, contact
your service provider.
Your phone displays "Service unavailable" or
"Network error"
When you are in areas with weak signals or poor reception, •
you may lose reception. Move to another area and try again.
You cannot access some options without a subscription. •
Contact your service provider for more details.
Troubleshooting78
Calls are being dropped
When you are in areas with weak signals or poor reception,
you may lose your connection to the network. Move to
another area and try again.
Outgoing calls are not connected
Ensure that you have pressed the Dial key.•
Ensure that you have accessed the right cellular network.•
Ensure that you have not set call barring for the phone •
number you are dialling.
Incoming calls are not connected
Ensure that your phone is turned on.•
Ensure that you have accessed the right cellular network.•
Ensure that you have not set call barring for the •
incoming phone number.
The touch screen responds slowly or
improperly
If your phone has a touch screen and the touch screen is
not responding properly, try the following:
Remove any protective covers from the touch screen. •
Protective covers may prevent the phone from
recognising your inputs and are not recommended for
touch screen phones.
Depending on the type of touch screen on your phone, •
only certain inputs may be recognised. Try tapping an
icon with your fingertip, your fingernail, or a stylus.
Ensure that your hands are clean and dry when tapping •
the touch screen.
Restart your phone to clear any temporary software •
bugs.
Ensure that your phone software is upgraded to the •
latest version.
If the touch screen is scratched or damaged, take it to •
your local Samsung Service Centre.
Troubleshooting 79
When dialling from contacts, the call is not
connected
Ensure that the correct number is stored in the contact •
list.
Re-enter and save the number, if necessary.•
Ensure that you have not set call barring for the contact's •
phone number.
The phone beeps and the battery icon flashes
Your battery is low. Recharge or replace the battery to
continue using the phone.
Others cannot hear you speaking on a call
Ensure that you are not covering the built-in •
microphone.
Ensure that the microphone is close to your mouth.•
If using a headset, ensure that it is properly connected.•
Audio quality is poor
Ensure that you are not blocking the phone's internal •
antenna.
When you are in areas with weak signals or poor •
reception, you may lose reception. Move to another area
and try again.
Troubleshooting80
The battery does not charge properly or the
phone turns off
The battery terminals may be dirty. Wipe both gold-•
coloured contacts with a clean, soft cloth and try
charging the battery again.
If the battery will no longer charge completely, dispose •
of the old battery properly and replace it with a new
battery (refer to your local ordinances for proper disposal
instructions).
Your phone is hot to the touch.
When you use applications that require more power or use
applications on your phone for an extended period of time,
your phone may feel hot to the touch. This is normal and
should not affect your phone's lifespan or performance.
Safety and usage information 81
Safety and usage
information
This safety and usage information should be followed to
safely use your phone.
Safety warnings
Keep your phone away from small children and
pets
Keep your phone and all accessories out of the reach of small
children or animals. Small parts may cause choking or serious
injury if swallowed.
Protect your hearing
Excessive exposure to sound at high volumes can
cause hearing damage. Always turn the volume
down before plugging the earphones into an audio
source and use only the minimum volume setting
necessary to hear your conversation or music.
Install mobile phones and equipment with
caution
Ensure that any mobile phones or related equipment installed
in your vehicle are securely mounted. Avoid placing your
phone and accessories near or in an air bag deployment area.
Improperly installed wireless equipment can cause serious
injury when air bags inflate rapidly.
Handle and dispose of batteries and chargers
with care
Use only Samsung-approved batteries and chargers •
specifically designed for your phone. Incompatible batteries
and chargers can cause serious injuries or damage to your
phone.
Safety and usage information82
Turn off the phone in potentially explosive
environments
Do not use your phone at refuelling points (service stations) or
near fuels or chemicals. Turn off your phone whenever directed
by warning signs or instructions. Your phone could cause
explosions or fire in and around fuel or chemical storage and
transfer areas or blasting areas. Do not store or carry flammable
liquids, gases, or explosive materials in the same compartment
as the phone, its parts, or accessories.
Reduce the risk of repetitive motion injuries
While using your phone, hold the phone with a relaxed grip,
press the keys lightly, use special features that reduce the
number of keys you have to press (such as templates and
predictive text), and take frequent breaks.
Never dispose of batteries or phones in a fire. Follow all local •
regulations when disposing of used batteries or phones.
Never place batteries or phones on or in heating devices, •
such as microwave ovens, stoves, or radiators. Batteries may
explode when overheated.
Never crush or puncture the battery. Avoid exposing the •
battery to high external pressure, which can lead to an
internal short circuit and overheating.
Avoid interference with pacemakers
Maintain a minimum of 15 cm (6 inches) between mobile
phones and pacemakers to avoid potential interference,
as recommended by manufacturers and the independent
research group, Wireless Technology Research.
If you have any reason to suspect that your phone is interfering
with a pacemaker or other medical device, turn off the phone
immediately and contact the manufacturer of the pacemaker
or medical device for guidance.
Safety and usage information 83
Use only Samsung-approved accessories
Using incompatible accessories may damage your phone or
cause injury.
Turn off the phone near medical equipment
Your phone can interfere with medical equipment in hospitals
or health care facilities. Follow all regulations, posted warnings,
and directions from medical personnel.
Turn off the phone or disable the wireless
functions when in an aircraft
Your phone can cause interference with aircraft equipment.
Follow all airline regulations and turn off your phone or switch
to a mode that disables the wireless functions when directed
by airline personnel.
Protect the phone and batteries from damage
Avoid exposing your phone and batteries to very cold or very •
hot temperatures (below 0° C or above 45° C).
Do not use the phone if the screen is cracked
or broken
Broken glass or acrylic could cause injury to your hand and
face. Bring the phone to a Samsung service centre to replace
the screen. Damage caused by careless handling will void your
manufacturer’s warranty.
Safety precautions
Drive safely at all times
Avoid using your phone while driving and obey all regulations
that restrict the use of mobile phones while driving. Use handsfree accessories to increase your safety when possible.
Follow all safety warnings and regulations
Comply with any regulations that restrict the use of a mobile
phone in a certain area.
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Your phone is a complex electronic device—protect it from •
impacts and rough handling to avoid serious damage.
Do not paint your phone, as paint can clog moving parts and •
prevent proper operation.
If your phone has a camera flash or light, avoid using it close •
to the eyes of children or animals.
Your phone may be damaged by exposure to magnetic •
fields. Do not use carrying cases or accessories with magnetic
closures or allow your phone to come in contact with
magnetic fields for extended periods of time.
Avoid interference with other electronic
devices
Your phone emits radio frequency (RF) signals that may
interfere with unshielded or improperly shielded electronic
equipment, such as pacemakers, hearing aids, medical devices,
and other electronic devices in homes or vehicles. Consult
the manufacturers of your electronic devices to solve any
interference problems you experience.
Extreme temperatures can cause the deformation of the •
phone and reduce the charging capacity and life of your
phone and batteries.
Prevent batteries from contacting metal objects, as this •
can create a connection between the + and - terminals of
your batteries and lead to temporary or permanent battery
damage.
Never use a damaged charger or battery.•
Handle your phone carefully and sensibly
Do not disassemble your phone due to a risk of electric •
shock.
Do not allow your phone to get wet—liquids can cause •
serious damage and will change the colour of the label that
indicates water damage inside the phone. Do not handle
your phone with wet hands. Water damage to your phone
can void your manufacturer’s warranty.
Avoid using or storing your phone in dusty, dirty areas to •
prevent damage to moving parts.
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Handle SIM or USIM cards or memory cards
with care
Do not remove a card while the phone is transferring or •
accessing information, as this could result in loss of data and/
or damage to the card or phone.
Protect cards from strong shocks, static electricity, and •
electrical noise from other devices.
Do not touch gold-coloured contacts or terminals with your •
fingers or metal objects. If dirty, wipe the card with a soft
cloth.
Ensure access to emergency services
Emergency calls from your phone may not be possible in
some areas or circumstances. Before travelling in remote or
undeveloped areas, plan an alternate method of contacting
emergency services personnel.
Important usage information
Use your phone in the normal position
Avoid contact with your phone’s internal antenna.
Allow only qualified personnel to service your
phone
Allowing unqualified personnel to service your phone
may result in damage to your phone and will void your
manufacturer’s warranty.
Ensure maximum battery and charger life
Avoid charging batteries for more than a week, as •
overcharging may shorten battery life.
Over time, unused batteries will discharge and must be •
recharged before use.
Disconnect chargers from power sources when not in use.•
Use batteries only for their intended purpose.•
Safety and usage information86
Correct disposal of this product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other
European countries with separate collection systems)
This marking on the product, accessories or literature
indicates that the product and its electronic
accessories (e.g. charger, headset, USB cable) should
not be disposed of with other household waste at the end of
their working life.
To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health
from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate these items
from other types of waste and recycle them responsibly to
promote the sustainable reuse of material resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where
they purchased this product, or their local government office,
for details of where and how they can take these items for
environmentally safe recycling.
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) certification
information
Your phone conforms to European Union (EU) standards that
limit human exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy emitted
by radio and telecommunications equipment.
These standards prevent the sale of mobile phones that exceed
a maximum exposure level (known as the Specific Absorption
Rate, or SAR) of 2.0 W/kg.
During testing, the maximum SAR recorded for this model
was 0.705 W/kg. In normal use, the actual SAR is likely to be
much lower, as the phone has been designed to emit only the
RF energy necessary to transmit a signal to the nearest base
station. By automatically emitting lower levels when possible,
your phone reduces your overall exposure to RF energy.
The Declaration of Conformity at the back of this manual
demonstrates your phone’s compliance with the European
Radio & Terminal Telecommunications Equipment (R&TTE)
directive. For more information about the SAR and related EU
standards, visit the Samsung mobile phone website.
Safety and usage information 87
To protect natural resources and to promote material reuse,
please separate batteries from other types of waste and recycle
them through your local, free battery return system.
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THIS DEVICE AND UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES, INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE, SHALL SAMSUNG BE LIABLE, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT OR TORT, FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, ATTORNEY FEES,
EXPENSES, OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF, OR IN
CONNECTION WITH, ANY INFORMATION CONTAINED IN, OR AS
A RESULT OF THE USE OF ANY CONTENT OR SERVICE BY YOU
OR ANY THIRD PARTY, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF
SUCH DAMAGES.”
Third party services may be terminated or interrupted at any
time, and Samsung makes no representation or warranty that
any content or service will remain available for any period of
time. Content and services are transmitted by third parties
by means of networks and transmission facilities over which
Samsung has no control. Without limiting the generality of this
disclaimer, Samsung expressly disclaims any responsibility or
liability for any interruption or suspension of any content or
service made available through this device.
Index 89
Index
calculator 64
calendar
creating events 48
viewing events 48
call log 30
calls
answering 27
international numbers 28
making 27
making fake 30
rejecting 28
using options during voice 28
viewing missed 29
call time 31
camera
capturing photos 38
capturing videos 41
comminities
setting websites 56
sharing files 57
connections
WLAN 61
contacts
creating 46
finding 46
convertor 64
downloads
Java games 45
media files 53
access codes 77
alarms
creating 64
stopping 64
auto rejection 29
battery
charging 10
installing 8
Bluetooth
activating 59
finding and pairing with
devices 59
receiving data 60
sending data 60
brightness, display 22
Index90
messages
accessing voice mail 35
sending email 34
sending multimedia 33
sending SOS 36
sending text 32
setting email acounts 33
setting email profiles 34
setting MMS profiles 32
using templates 35
viewing email 35
viewing multimedia 34
viewing text 34
multimedia messages
sending 33
setting profiles 32
viewing 35
music
finding 43
playing 41
image editor
adjusting 66
applying effects 65
internet
see web browser
Java games
downloading 45
playing 45
key tone
volume 21
memory card
formatting 13
inserting 12
removing 12
memos
creating 49
viewing 49
menu screen 19
email
sending 34
setting accounts 33
setting profiles 34
viewing 35
Facebook 57
fake calls 30
file manager 67
FM radio
listening to 43
saving stations 44
Google
mail 54
map 54
search 54
hand strap 13
help 26
Index 91
SIM card
installing 8
locking 24
SOS messages 36
sound profiles 21
stopwatch 68
synchronisation
with an Exchange server 55
with a web server 55
with Windows Media Player 63
tasks
creating 49
viewing 49
text input 25
text memos 49
creating groups 47
finding contacts 46
setting favourite numbers 47
phone lock 23
photos
capturing 38
capturing by scene 38
capturing divided 40
capturing in smile shot 39
capturing panoramic 40
capturing with frames 40
capuring a series 39
editing 65
setting wallpaper 68
viewing 68
PIN lock 24
RSS reader 52
silent profile 21
music player
adding files 41
creating playlists 42
playing music 42
MySpace 58
PC connections
mass storage 62
Samsung Kies 62
Windows Media Player 63
phone
customising 21
indicator icons 16
keys 16
layout 15
locking 23
settings 73
turning on or off 14
phonebook
creating contacts 46
Index92
voice recorder 50
wallpaper 22
web browser
adding bookmarks 52
browsing web pages 51
setting profiles 51
wigets
accessing 20
customising the toolbar 20
Windows Media Player 63
WLAN
activating 61
finding and connecting to
networks 61
world clock
creating 71
setting dual display 72
viewing 71
video editor
adding caption 71
adding effects 71
making new videos 69
spliting videos 70
trimming videos 70
videos
capturing 41
editing 69
playing 68
voice calls
answering 27
making 27
using options 28
voice mail 35
voice memos
playing 50
recording 50
text messages
sending 32
viewing 35
time and date, set 21
timer 68
touch screen
calibrating 22
locking 19
unlocking with gestures 23
using 18
unpack 8
USIM card
installing 8
locking 24
video calls
answering 27
making 27
The conformity assessment procedure referred to in Article 10 and
detailed in Annex[IV] of Directive 1999/5/EC has been followed with the
involvement of the following Notified Body(ies):
BABT, Forsyth House,
Churchfield Road,
Walton-on-Thames,
Surrey, KT12 2TD, UK*
Identification mark: 0168
The technical documentation kept at :
Samsung Electronics QA Lab.
which will be made available upon request.
(Representative in the EU)
Samsung Electronics Euro QA Lab.
Blackbushe Business Park, Saxony Way,
Yateley, Hampshire, GU46 6GG, UK*
2010.05.07 Joong-Hoon Choi /Lab Manager
(place and date of issue) (name and signature of authorised person)
* It is not the address of Samsung Service Centre. For the address or the phone
number of Samsung Service Centre, see the warranty card or contact the
retailer where you purchased your product.
Declaration of Conformity (R&TTE)
We, Samsung Electronics
declare under our sole responsibility that the product
GSM Mobile Phone : GT-B7722
to which this declaration relates, is in conformity with the following
standards and/or other normative documents.
SAFETY EN 60950- 1 : 2001 +A11:2004
SAR EN 50360 : 2001
EN 62209- 1 : 2006
EMC EN 301 489- 01 V1.8.1 (04-2008)
EN 301 489- 07 V1.3.1 (11-2005)
EN 301 489- 17 V2.1.1 (05-2009)
EN 301 489- 24 V1.4.1 (09-2007)
RADIO EN 301 511 V9.0.2 (03-2003)
EN 300 328 V1.7.1 (10-2006)
EN 301 908- 1 V3.2.1 (05-2007)
EN 301 908- 2 V3.2.1 (05-2007)
We hereby declare that [all essential radio test suites have been carried
out and that] the above named product is in conformity to all the
essential requirements of Directive 1999/5/EC.

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