Samsung SCH-100S user manual

User manual for the device Samsung SCH-100S

Device: Samsung SCH-100S
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Date of adding : 2014-08-31 13:54:39
Number of pages: 41
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Summary of the content on the page No. 1

OWNER'S MANUAL
CDMA PORTABLE
CELLULAR TELEPHONE
SCH-100S
QQQ
QQQ
QQQ
ELECTRONICS


SEND CLR END
.QZ ABC DEF
12 3
45 GHI JKL6 MNO
PRS TUV WXY
78 9
OPR
0
MENU SAVE
Printed in Korea
PWR STO RCL
GH68-60546A
'97/03 Rev. 3.0





Summary of the content on the page No. 2

Safety Precautions The illustrations below indicate the safety precautions to be taken when using your cellular telephone. The use of cellular phones in an aircraft: Is dangerous to aircraft operations. May disrupt the cellular network. Is illegal. Failure to observe in-flight regulations may lead to the suspension of cellular services and/or legal action. NEVER use your phone while driving, even if hands free operation is allowed. ALWAYS park your vehicle first. In some countries, it is illegal

Summary of the content on the page No. 3

Preparation Basic Operation Memory Dialing Useful Features Advanced Features Miscellaneous Contents Contents (continued) Front View of the Phone ................................................................. 6 Useful Features Rear View of the Phone ................................................................. 7 Turning Keytone On and Off ...................................................... 39 LCD Display and Indicators ............................................................ 8 Sendi

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Front View of the Phone Rear View of the Phone Volume buttons ( ) Strap hole Receiving lamp Antenna Buzzer Speaker Battery lock/unlock button LCD display Battery SEND: makes a call SEND END CLR CLR: clears messages on LCD END: ends a call .QZ ABC DEF 12 3 GHI JKL MNO 45 6 Number keypad PRS TUV WXY 78 9 : scrolls option menu OPR 0 MENU: helps access special MENU SAVE features PWR STO RCL : currently not used SAVE: prevents mis-operation due Battery terminals to unwanted key press Microphone

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Preparation Installing the Battery Pack LCD Display and Indicators Your phone comes with a rechargeable extended- life battery. A standard battery is available as an INUSE NOSVC ROAM FM CDMA option. Contact your supplier. displays the dialed numbers and the 1. To attach the battery pack after current status charging, align it with the phone about 1cm (1/2") away from its place so that the two arrows on the phone blinks while your phone selects a channel are seen, the battery charge contacts INUS

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Preparation Preparation Charging the Battery Pack Tips on Battery Charging When you purchase the product, the battery is not fully The lamp color indicates the charging status as follows: charged. Please charge the battery fully before you operate your phone. Status Charging Standby Completed Slot 1. Plug the power cord of the charger 1 into an appropriate wall socket. Front (phone red (off) green charging lamp) An appropriate power cord should be used according to the Rear (battery yellow green

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Preparation Standby Preparation Checking the Battery Charge Level When fully charged, the new battery will last as The battery charge level is displayed at the left corner of follows: the LCD display. Battery Standard Medium Extended The number of blocks represent the Status battery charge level. INUSE SVC FM CDMA 130 min 200 min Talk mode 60 min Example: Digital SAMSUNG Slot 1 13-14 hr 27-29 hr 39-41 hr Battery fully charged 01/04 3:15P mode Slot 2 17-19 hr 36-38 hr 53-55 hr Battery low Talk

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Basic Operation Basic Operation Turning the Phone On and Off Extending the Antenna The phone can only place and receive calls when it is For best performance, extend the antenna fully when you turned on. use the phone. .QZ ABC DEF 12 3 1.To turn on the phone, press PWR and 1. Grasp the knob on the end of the GHI JKL MNO 45 6 hold. antenna and carefully pull the 1 antenna out to its full extension. PRS TUV WXY 78 9 Result: The phone 1 OPR 0 Beeps Result: Reception quality is MENU SAVE displays t

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Basic Operation Basic Operation Making a Call You can only make a call when the phone is turned on. .QZ ABC DEF 12 3 1. Enter the desired telephone number, 4. If the other party answers, begin the including the area code. INUSE SVC CDMA GHI JKL MNO 45 6 conversation. 00:01 PRS TUV WXY 78 9 Result: The number entered is 025413000 OPR Result: Call time is displayed. For 0 displayed. MENU SAVE further details, see 'Call Time 1 PWR STO RCL Display' under 'Automatic Feature Setup' on page 5

Summary of the content on the page No. 10

Basic Operation Basic Operation Receiving Calls Adjusting Volumes You can only receive calls when the phone is turned You can adjust the volume of the sounds generated on. on your phone by using the volume buttons ( ) on the left side of the phone. Keytone Volume 1. When there is an incoming call, the This function is only available in standby mode. phone rings. SVC CDMA CALL You can choose the alert type; 1. Press or until you reach the 01/04 3:15P bell, lamp, or vibration (option). desire

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Basic Operation Basic Operation Mute Choosing Alert Type This feature allows you to mute the phone's You can choose a call alert type that informs you of microphone, so you can have a private conversation an incoming call. There are bell, lamp indication, or with someone without the person at the other end vibration (option) modes. listening. This function is only available during a telephone conversation. .QZ ABC DEF 12 3 1. Press: GHI JKL MNO 45 6 MENU .QZ ABC DEF 12 3 1. Press MENU while you

Summary of the content on the page No. 12

Basic Operation Basic Operation Choosing Ringer Bell Redialing the Last Numbers You have a choice of nine different ringer bells to Redialing is a special type of memory dialing that inform you of an incoming call. lets you easily dial a busy or unanswered number again. You can search the history of 10 recently called numbers. .QZ ABC DEF 12 3 1. Press MENU. GHI JKL MNO 45 6 To Scan and Redial PRS TUV WXY 78 1 9 .QZ ABC DEF OPR 12 3 0 1. Press RCL twice. MENU SAVE GHI JKL MNO 45 6 PWR STO RCL Re

Summary of the content on the page No. 13

Memory Dialing Basic Operation Finding an Empty Memory Location You can search an empty memory location before you store the phone numbers into the memory. To Erase All Numbers in Redial Memory Any Empty Location .QZ ABC DEF 12 3 1. Press: GHI JKL MNO 45 6 MENU 1 .QZ ABC DEF 1. Press: 12 3 followed by PRS TUV WXY 178 9 RCL GHI JKL MNO Numeric button 0 245 6 OPR 0 followed by PRS TUV WXY 78 9 MENU SAVE Result: You are asked to enter the 2 OPR PWR STO RCL 0 lock code. MENU SAVE Result: The message

Summary of the content on the page No. 14

Memory Dialing Memory Dialing Storing Numbers in Memory 3. To... Press... .QZ ABC DEF 12 3 You can store the numbers that you dial frequently GHI JKL MNO in the memory for a convenient dialing. 45 6 Assign a specific 2-digit location PRS TUV WXY 78 9 location number between Up to 100 numbers can be stored in memory location 00-99. OPR 0 00 through 89 Memory locations from 00 to 09 are used for one-touch dial. MENU SAVE 3 Memory locations from 90 to 99 are used to store confidential PWR STO RCL

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Memory Dialing Memory Dialing Entering Name in Memory Names of up to 12 letters can be stored together with phone numbers in the memory. .QZ ABC DEF 12 3 5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each letter. 1. Start when the LCD prompts to enter GHI JKL MNO 45 6 name. INUSE SVC FM CDMA If you press and , the cursor PRS TUV WXY 78 9 Sto:00 moves to the left and right. Use Name? OPR 0 _ these buttons to correct a wrong MENU SAVE letter or insert a space between 5 PWR STO RCL the letters. .QZ ABC DEF 12 3

Summary of the content on the page No. 16

Memory Dialing Memory Dialing Storing Numbers into Numeric Group One-Touch Dialing You can store the associated numbers in a group. Memory locations 00 to 09 are special one-touch Example: locations. You can dial the phone numbers stored in individual phone numbers ; 00-09 the memory from 00 to 09 simply by pressing one office phone numbers ; 10-19 button. business phone numbers ; 20-29 .QZ ABC DEF 12 3 .QZ ABC DEF 1. Enter the desired telephone number, 1. Press and hold the second digit of 12 3

Summary of the content on the page No. 17

Memory Dialing Memory Dialing Secret Number Dialing Searching for Numbers in Memory You can dial the secret phone number stored in If you do not remember which telephone numbers memory locations from 90 to 99 the same as 'Two- have been stored in the various memory locations, Touch Dialing' on page 31. Only difference when you can scan through the locations until you find you dial the secret number is the one you are looking for. Phone number is not displayed Name (if stored) is displayed By L

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

Memory Dialing Memory Dialing By Name .QZ ABC DEF 12 3 12 .QZ ABC3 DEF 1. Press: 4. To display the... Press... 1 GHI JKL MNO 45 6 GHI JKL MNO MENU 45 6 Next name PRS TUV WXY followed by 78 9 PRS TUV WXY 78 9 1 Numeric button 7. Previous name OPR 0 OPR 0 MENU SAVE MENU SAVE Result: The messages SORT PWR STO RCL PWR STO RCL 4 4 NAMES and then ENTER NAME are displayed. 2. Enter all or part of the name to 5. When you have found the desired SEND CLR END INUSE SVC FM CDMA search by using the number bu

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

Memory Dialing Memory Dialing Erasing Numbers in Memory If you store a new number into an occupied location, the new number replaces the old number By Partial Phone Number automatically. If you want to delete the old number without storing a new one, do the following: 1. Press CLR and hold. SEND CLR END To Erase a Specific Number Result: The number on the display is .QZ ABC DEF 12 3 erased. 1 GHI JKL MNO 45 6 1. Press CLR and hold. SEND END PRS TUV WXY CLR 78 9 OPR 0 Result: The telephone number

Summary of the content on the page No. 20

Useful Features Memory Dialing Turning Keytone On and Off You can press a number during conversation To Erase All Numbers in Memory without transmitting the annoying beep tones to the person to whom you are speaking. .QZ ABC DEF 12 3 1. Press: GHI JKL MNO 45 6 MENU 1 This function is only available during a telephone conversation. followed by PRS TUV WXY 78 1 9 Numeric button 0. OPR 0 .QZ ABC DEF 12 3 1. Press MENU while you are over the MENU SAVE GHI JKL MNO phone. 45 6 PWR STO RCL PRS TUV WXY


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