Samsung R225M user manual

User manual for the device Samsung R225M

Device: Samsung R225M
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Date of adding : 2014-04-07 13:54:08
Number of pages: 22
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Using AIM Service on the Samsung R225M Table of Contents ! Getting Started......................................................................................... 4 !Navigate to the AIM service........................................................................ 4 ! Signing On to the AIM Service.................................................................. 5 !Sign on manually...................................................................................... 5 !Sign on automatically..

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! Customizing Settings ............................................................................. 17 !Availability............................................................................................. 17 !Automatic Sign On.................................................................................. 17 !Automatic Buddy List updates................................................................... 17 !Change password .................................................................

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Getting Started Getting Started To use AIM on your phone you need an AIM screen name. This can be an AOL, AIM®, Netscape®, or CompuServe 2000® screen name. If you do not have an AIM-compatible screen name, get one free at www.aol.com/aim/wireless. In addition to an AIM screen name, you need a Samsung R225M phone with service from T- Mobile. To get a phone or find additional information, visit the T-Mobile web site. Navigate to the AIM service To start the AOL Instant Messenger, scroll to AIM o

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Signing On to the AIM Service Signing On to the AIM Service You can choose to sign on to the AIM service in two ways: manually or automatically. The first time you sign on to AIM, you sign on manually—that is, by using the keypad to type your screen name and password. You can continue to sign on manually each time you sign on to AIM on your phone or you can set your phone to use your screen name and password to sign on automatically. Sign on manually To sign on to the AIM service by typing yo

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Signing On to the AIM Service Sign on automatically To set your phone to use your screen name and password to sign on automatically, complete the following steps: 1. Scroll to Settings and press the Select softkey. 2. Scroll to Automatic Sign On and press the Select softkey. 3. Press the scroll button to select the correct functionality. Choose On to set the phone to sign on automatically whenever you return to the AIM service. Choose Off to sign on manually each time you sign on to the AIM

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Using the Buddy List Feature Using the Buddy List Feature If you use the AIM service on your PC, the entire Buddy List feature is not downloaded to your phone. Instead, the first time you sign on to the AIM service from your phone, a Mobile Device group is created and 30 screen names from your Buddy List feature are moved into this group. Think of the Mobile Device group as your Buddy List feature that you use from your phone. When you use the AIM service with your phone, you can communicate

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Using the Buddy List Feature Buddy List options From the Buddy List screen, you can choose specific options to manage your Buddy List feature. To access the Buddy List Options menu, complete the following steps: 1. Scroll to Buddy List on the AIM Online menu and press the Select softkey. The Buddy List appears. Icons next to screen names indicate status. 2. Press the Menu softkey to access the Buddy List options. From the Options menu, you can do the following: • Send an instant message to a

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Using the Buddy List Feature Remove screen names from the Buddy List feature To remove screen names from the Buddy List feature using your phone, complete the following steps: 1. On the Buddy List screen, scroll to the screen name to delete and press the Menu soft- key. 2. Scroll to Delete Buddy, then press the Select softkey. The screen name is removed from the Buddy List. You will receive a confirmation message when the screen name is suc- cessfully removed from the Buddy List feature. Updat

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Sending and Receiving Messages Sending and Receiving Messages Send and reply to instant messages with other AIM users in the Conversation view. To start a conversation, scroll to a screen name in the Buddy List screen and press Menu. In the Conversation view, press the Menu softkey to display the following options: Converations menu View Conversation Displays a current conversation. End Conversation Discontinues a conversation and returns you to the Buddy List screen. Send IM to ... Prompts

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Sending and Receiving Messages Send instant messages to a screen name not in your Buddy List feature To send messages to AIM users who are not listed in your Buddy List, complete the following steps: 1. From the Buddy List screen, press the Menu softkey. 2. Scroll to Send IM to ... and press the Select softkey. 3. Enter the screen name and press the OK softkey. The Conversation view appears and you can begin exchanging messages. 4. Enter your message at the < prompt, and press the Options so

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Sending and Receiving Messages Reply to instant messages from a screen name not in your Buddy List feature To reply to a buddy not listed in your Buddy List, complete the following steps: 1. In the Buddy List screen, theNew Message icon appears next to the screen name of the person who sent you the message. Scroll to the name and press the Menu softkey. 2. Scroll to Accept IMs and press the Select softkey. A new Conversation view appears and you can type your reply. You'll get a confirmati

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Managing Conversations Managing Conversations The Conversations screen displays your current conversations. The icon next to a screen name indicates that you have an active conversation with this person. Display a conversation To display a conversation, complete the following steps: 1. From the Conversations screen, select the screen name and press the Menu softkey. 2. In the Conversations view, select View Conversations and press the Select softkey. 3. Press the scroll keys to scroll up or d

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Declining Messages Declining Messages The AIM service provides privacy features so you can control who contacts you. If another AIM user sends you annnoying or offensive messages, you can decline to receive further messages from that user. The declined user is prevented from sending you messages during the current session only. The user will be able to send you messages again the next time you sign on, or if you send the user a message during the session that you declined them. Tip: To per

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Declining Messages Accept messages from a declined screen name You can accept messages from a declined screen name by sending the AIM user an instant mes- sage, or by performing the following steps: 1. From the Buddy List screen, scroll to the appropriate screen name and press the Menu softkey. 2. Scroll to Accept IMs, then press the Select softkey. • To search for a specific screen name, enter all or part of their screen name and press the OK softkey. The service will display the screen name

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Making Phone Calls Making Phone Calls Receive phone calls while using the AIM service You can answer or ignore calls while instant messaging on the AIM service. When the phone rings, do one of the following: • Press the Accept softkey to answer the call • Press the Reject softkey to ignore the call If you choose to answer the call, the phone stays signed on to the AIM service. When you're fin- ished with the call, press the End softkey. Press the Menu softkey and then press the 7 key to return

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Customizing Settings Customizing Settings Availability You can specify when you are not available for instant messaging—for example, if you are on a long phone call or in a meeting. This will help other users know how quickly they can expect a reply from you. To set your availability, complete the following steps: 1. From the AIM Online screen, scroll to Settings and press the Select softkey. 2. At the Set Status screen, press the Select softkey. 3. Scroll to Set Status. 4. Choose either Ava

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Customizing Settings AIM sounds To turn AIM sounds on or off, complete the following steps: 1. From the AIM Online screen, scroll to Settings and press the Select softkey. 2. Scroll to AIM Sounds, then press the Select softkey. 3. Choose either On or Off, then press the Select softkey. The phone displays a confirma- tion message that the alert tone setting was changed. Using AIM Service on the Samsung R225M 18

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Using the Buddy List Feature on Your Computer Using the Buddy List Feature on Your Computer If you use the AIM or AOL service on your desktop computer, you know that the Buddy List feature is a window that displays the AOL Instant Messenger screen names for your friends, family members, and co- workers that you define. The Buddy List feature enables you to maintain groups of contacts (friends, family, co-workers, and others) to communicate with any- time, anywhere. Whenever these contacts sig

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Using the Buddy List Feature on Your Computer About the Mobile Device icon When you connect to the AIM service from your phone, anyone who is using AIM version 4.8.2646 or higher, or AOL version 7.0 or later, will see a Mobile Device icon appear next to your screen name both in their Buddy List window and in the Instant Messaging window. The Mobile Device icon lets others know that you are viewing and writing messages using a wire- less phone. Your friends will then understand that it may tak


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