Samsung GH68-60614A user manual

User manual for the device Samsung GH68-60614A

Device: Samsung GH68-60614A
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OWNER’S MANUAL
CDMA PORTABLE
CELLULAR TELEPHONE
SCH-210

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Safety Precautions

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Prepar... Basic... Call Logs Phone... Alert... Display... Useful... Custom... Securi... Option... Miscel... Contents Front View of the Phone 6 Display Features Rear View of the Phone 7 Setting Up Backlight 43 Display Icons 8 Displaying Your Own Phone Number 44 Displaying Your Phone’s Version 44 Preparation Changing Greeting Message 45 Installing the Battery 9 Useful Features Removing the Battery 9 Silent Scratchpad 46 Charging the Battery 10 Sending Your Own Phone Number 47 More on Batteries 1

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Front View of the Phone Rear View of the Phone Volume keys ( π †) These keys are also used to scroll through menu Strap hole options. Receiving lamp Buzzer Antenna Speaker Battery release button Display SEND: Places the call after the phone number has been entered Battery pack : Lets you review voice and text messages END: Ends a call Keypad PWR: Power on and off CLR: Clears messages and options without taking any action OK: Stores names and numbers in memory and selects highlighted options Ba

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Preparation Display Icons Installing the Battery

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Preparation Preparation Charging the Battery More on Batteries When you purchase this phone, the battery is not ◆ The lamp color indicates the charging status as follows: fully charged. Please charge the battery fully before operating the phone. Status Charging Completed Slot To Use the Normal Charger (DTC 58) Front (phone charging lamp) red green

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Basic Operation Preparation Checking the Battery Charge Level Turning the Phone On and Off The battery charge level displays in at the left You can place and receive calls only if the phone is corner of the screen. turned on. When the phone is turned on but you are not in conversation, it is in Standby mode. The phone must be in Standby mode for it to ring on The number of blocks represents the incoming calls. In Standby mode, battery power is battery charge level. being used, although not as r

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Basic Operation Basic Operation Extending the Antenna Making a Call For best performance, fully extend the antenna 1. Open the flip, and then press PWR. when you use the phone. 0 ) #

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Basic Operation Basic Operation Receiving Calls 6. When you have finished the call, The phone will ring only if the phone is turned on. press END or close the flip. If you are expecting a call, turn on the the phone. Note: When the phone is turned on, battery power is being used even if you are not in conversation. 1. When there is an incoming call, the phone rings. Note: If your party does not answer, and you turn on the automatic redial feature (see page 56) INUSE flickers and Note: You can c

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Basic Operation Basic Operation Adjusting Volumes Mute You can adjust the volume of the sounds generated This feature allows you to mute the phone’s on your phone by using the volume keys ( π †) on microphone, so that the other party cannot hear the left side of the phone. you or other sounds on your end. Keytone Volume ☞ This function is available only during a telephone conversation. ☞ This function is available only in Standby mode. 1. Press MENU while you are on the Press π or † until you re

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Call Logs Call Logs Last Number Redial Your phone’s memory stores the phone numbers of Returning Incoming Calls (Auto-dialing) the last 10 outgoing calls and the last 10 incoming calls. You can display these numbers and use them 1. Press MENU. to automatically redial a recently called number or to return a recently received call. 2. Press 1 to select Call Logs. Redialing Outgoing Calls 1. Press MENU. 3. Press 2 to select Incoming. Result: The number, date, and time of 2. Press 1 to select Call L

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Call Logs Call Logs Erasing Numbers in Redial Memory Tracking Time This feature allows you to check the duration of the 1. Press MENU. last call or the cumulative air time. Checking the Last Call or the Cumulative Air Time 2. Press 1 to select Call Logs. 1. Press MENU. 2. Press 1 on the keypad. 3. Press 3 to select Erase Logs. 3. Press 4 to select Air Time. 4. To erase... Press... outgoing 1 call numbers incoming 2 call numbers all numbers 3 4. ◆ To check last call time, press 1. Result: The las

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Phone Book Call Logs The Phone’s Internal Phone Book The phone has an Internal Phone Book in which Erasing Cumulative Air Time you can store up to 100 frequently called names and numbers. You can set them up for convenient, 1. Press MENU. one-touch dialing, two-touch dialing and you can store them as confidential phone numbers. For details, see One-Touch Dialing and Two-Touch Dialing on page 30 and Dialing Confidential Numbers on page 31.) 2. Press 1 on the keypad. Storing Numbers in Memory 1. P

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Phone Book Phone Book Other Ways to Store Numbers 6. To... Press... Accept the location OK 1. Enter the desired telephone number, then press OK. Assign another 2-digit location specific location number between Result: The screen displays the first 00 and 89, available location. then press OK Store a number in 2-digit location Note: You can use this feature confidential memory number between while you are in conversation (For details on secret 90 and 99, mode. memory, see Dialing then press OK Co

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Phone Book Phone Book Entering Names in Memory Correcting a Name or Number The phone can store a name of up to 12 letters in If you make a mistake while entering a name or memory with each phone number. number, you can correct it as follows: 1. After you enter a phone number, the screen prompts you to enter a name. 1. To correct a letter or digit: Press the key marked with the desired letter. Since each key has ◆ Press CLR once or more until the three or more letters, press the key incorrect let

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Phone Book Phone Book One-Touch Dialing Dialing Confidential Numbers Memory locations 0~9 are special One-Touch Numbers you have stored in memory locations dialing locations. You can dial the numbers stored 90~99 are confidential numbers. This means that in 0~9 by pressing one key (do not precede the when you recall the confidential number, only the numbers with a zero when using One-Touch name (if stored) diaplays; the number does not dialing). diaplay on the screen. To view a phone number stor

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Phone Book Phone Book Searching for Numbers in Memory If you do not remember which telephone numbers 6. Press OK. have been stored in the various memory locations, you can scan the locations until you find the one Result: The matching name, phone you are looking for. number, and memory location number display. By Name If you request a search of similar names (for example, all names 1. Press MENU. starting with A), the names will display one at a time in alphabetical order. To display the next na

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Phone Book Phone Book By Partial Phone Number By Memory Location Number 1. Press MENU. 1. Press MENU. 2. Press 2 on the keypad. 2. Press 2 on the keypad. 3. Press 1 to select Recall by. 3. Press 1 to select Recall by. 4. Press 2 to select Digits. 4. Press 3 to select Mem #. 5. Enter the part of the phone number that you remember. Note: To scroll through all the 5. Enter the number of the memory numbers, skip to the next step. location where you wish to start the scan. 6. Press OK. Result: The ph

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Phone Book Phone Book Erasing a Number in Memory To Erase a Specific Number by Memory To Erase a Specific Number by Name Location Number 1. Press MENU. 1. Press MENU. 2. Press 2 on the keypad. 3. Press 3 to select Erase. 2. Press 2 on the keypad. 4. Press 1 to select by Name. 3. Press 3 to select Erase. 5. Enter all or the first part of the name by pressing the keys marked with the desired letters. 4. Press 2 to select by Mem #. 6. Press OK. Result: The matching name, phone number, and memory l

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Alert Sound Phone Book Adjusting Ringer Volumes To Erase All Numbers in Memory ☞ This function is available only in Standby mode. 1. Press MENU. 1. Press MENU. 2. Press 0 on the keypad. 2. Press 3 on the keypad. 3. Enter the lock code. Note: The lock code is preset to 0000 at factory. For details changing the Lock Code, see page 3. Press 1 to select Alert Vol. 63. 4. Press 6 to select Clr Memory. 4. Press the π or † volume key on the left side of the phone until you reach the desired volume leve


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