Samsung SCH-1500 user manual

User manual for the device Samsung SCH-1500

Device: Samsung SCH-1500
Size: 1,31 MB
Date of adding : 2014-08-31 13:54:39
Number of pages: 95
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SM
The Clear Alternative to Cellular
TM
Sprint PCS Phone
SCH-1500
Manufactured by Samsung
User Guide
Please read this manual before operating the phone,
and keep it for future reference.

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Intellectual Property All Intellectual Property, as defined below, owned by or which is otherwise the property of Samsung, Sprint PCS and their respective suppliers relating to the Sprint PCS Phone™, including but not limited to, accessories, parts, or software relating thereto (the Phone System), is the sole and exclusive property of Samsung or Sprint PCS. Intellectual Property includes, but is not limited to, inventions (patentable or unpatentable), patents, trade secrets, copyrights, s

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Welcome to Sprint PCS Sprint PCS built the only all-digital, nationwide network from the ground up, for a new level of clarity. We’ve built our network to give you what we believe you really want from a wireless phone company: clear sound, private conversations and time-saving features. But Sprint PCS also has the potential to do something even more far-reaching — simplify your life. Our advanced technology is designed to grow with your communication needs so that, one day, you will be a

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First Things First Read this before you do anything else: Determine if your phone is pre-activated: TM If you received your Sprint PCS Phone in the mail or purchased it at a Sprint PCS Center, your phone should already be activated and simply needs to be unlocked. See “How to Unlock Your Phone.” How to activate your phone: There are two ways to activate your phone. 1. The fastest way is to call from your new Sprint PCS Phone: • Fully charge your battery. • Turn on your Sprint PCS Phone an

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What you should have handy: TM • Your new Sprint PCS Phone • The original packaging for your new phone • Your billing address • Your Social Security number or Tax ID number • Your driver’s license number • Pen and paper to write down your new Sprint PCS Phone number During this call, a Sprint PCS Customer Care Advocate will collect your information and help you select your Sprint PCS Service Plan. Once you’ve made all your selections, they’ll guide you through the activation process.

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How to unlock your phone: TM If you received your Sprint PCS Phone in the mail or purchased it at a Sprint PCS Center, your phone is already activated. Just enter your four-digit lock code, and you’ll be ready to begin making calls. If you can’t recall your lock code, try the last four digits of either your Sprint PCS Phone number, Social Security number or Tax ID number. If none of these numbers work, your phone should be reprogrammed. Take it to the nearest Sprint PCS Center for assi

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How to get help: If you need help with these steps or anything else regarding TM your new Sprint PCS Phone , please call Sprint PCS Customer Care at 1-888-211-4PCS (4727). (In Southern California, call 1-800-455-4551. ) You can also press , , on your activated Sprint PCS Phone. (In Southern California, press: , , , , .) A Sprint PCS Customer Care Advocate will answer your call 24 hours a day and will be happy to assist you. Note: Our services are provided to you under certain ter

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Introduction To Your Sprint PCS Phone TM Congratulations on the purchase of your Sprint PCS Phone . Using the latest digital technology, your Sprint PCS Phone operates in a similar manner to other wireless phones, while providing superior resonance and tone quality. The following options make your Sprint PCS Phone both fun and easy to use: • Voice Dialing – 20 Locations • 9 Ring Types, 4 Melody Tones, Vibrator Alert, Distinctive Roam Ring • Phone Book Memory – 79 Locations • Call Logs – 10 L

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Table Of Contents Getting Started 1 Your Sprint PCS Phone Box 2 Description of Your Sprint PCS Phone™ 3 Screen Display 4 Key Functions 5 Status / Alert Indicators 6 Battery Installation, Charging and Care 8 Installing the Battery 8 Dual-Slot Desktop Charger 8 Charging the Battery 9 Battery Charge Indicator 9 Caring for the Battery 10 Battery Storage Temperatures 10 Battery Disposal and Recycling 11 Sprint PCS Phone™ and Battery Specifications 11 Basic Operations of Your Sprint PCS Phone™ 12 Turn

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Table Of Contents Calling Options (continued) Minute Beep 28 Mute Microphone 28 Incoming Call Notification 29 Answering a Call 29 Ringer / Alert Options 30 Ring Volume Setting 30 Key Volume Setting 31 Ring Type Setting 31 Message Alert Setting 32 Roam Ring Setting 32 Tone Length Setting 33 Ring Tone Mute 33 Alerts Menu 33 Any Key Answer 34 Tracking Calls Through Call Logs 35 Erasing Call Logs 36 Reviewing Airtime 36 Internal Phone Book 37 Overview of the Internal Phone Book 38 Storing Phone Numb

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Table Of Contents Message Services and Voicemail 43 Overview of Message Services and Voicemail 44 Message Management 45 Reviewing Messages 45 Setting Up Your Voicemail Box 46 Reviewing Voicemail Messages 46 One-touch Voicemail Access 46 Reviewing Numeric Page and Text Messages 47 Erasing Messages 48 Advanced Features 49 Pause Dialing 50 Entering and Storing Pauses 50 Security Options 51 Lock Mode 51 Lock Code Setting 52 Locking the Phone 53 Dialing in Lock Mode 53 Call Restriction Options 54 Res

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Table Of Contents Accessories 64 Batteries 65 Dual-Slot Desktop Charger 65 Cigarette Lighter Adapter 65 Travel Charger 66 Hands-Free Car Kit 66 Leather Case 66 Hand Strap 67 Charging Times with Accessories 67 Appendix 68 Troubleshooting 69 Maximizing Call Quality 69 Caring for the Antenna 69 Common Questions 69 Safety Considerations 72 Compliance with Safety Standards 72 Driving 72 Electronic Devices 73 Aircraft 73 Blasting Areas 73 Other Dangerous Areas 74 FCC Notice 74 Maintenance 74 Glossary

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Getting Started Getting Started Your Sprint PCS Phone Box Description of Your Sprint PCS Phone™ Screen Display Battery Installation, Charging and Care Basic Operations of Your Sprint PCS Phone™ Display Options Service Mode Selection Menu Organization 1

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Getting Started Your Sprint PCS Phone Box Your Sprint PCS Phone Box contains the following items: TM • Sprint PCS Phone with Hand Strap • Standard LiIon Battery • Dual-Slot Desktop Charger • User Guide • Quick Reference Card 2

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Getting Started Description of Your Sprint PCS Phone™ Function keys and other controls activate the features of your TM Sprint PCS Phone . The following illustration identifies the function keys, controls and indicators: 1) LED Indicator 7) Clear Key (Calls, Messages, Power On) 8) Microphone 2) LCD Screen 9) OK (Store) Key 3) Volume Buttons 10) Menu Key 4) Talk Key 11) Messages Key 5) Scroll Keys 12) End / Power Key 6) Voice Dialing Key 13) Antenna 3

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Getting Started Screen Display TM Your Sprint PCS Phone features a dot matrix LCD screen with four text lines and one icon line. The icon line displays active options and selected menu items. During conversation, the screen displays the call timer and the name and number of the other party, if available. Active in-use options, such as Mute and Call Waiting, also display during conversation. For additional indicators, see “Table 2: Status / Alert Indicators” on page 6. The following icons

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Getting Started Table 1: Key Functions Press TALK to: • place and answer calls, • initiate Three-Way Calling, • answer a Call Waiting call. Press TALK twice quickly to redial the last outgoing number. Press VOICE DIALING to initiate Voice Dialing. (Voice Activated Dialing is only available in Sprint PCS Service Areas and on other PCS digital networks where Sprint PCS has implemented agreements.) Press CLR to: • erase one character at a time, • return to the previous screen. Press and hold CL

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Getting Started Table 2: Status / Alert Indicators Signal Strength Indicates current signal strength No Service Indicates that the phone is outside a service area and cannot send or receive calls, or the phone is in Power Save mode In Use Displays when the phone is in use Roaming Displays when the phone is outside the Sprint PCS Network Voice Message Indicates new voice message Text Message Indicates new text message Analog Indicates that the phone is in Analog roam mode (In Digital mode,

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Getting Started Table 2: Status / Alert Indicators (Continued) The following status / alert indicators are text indicators and do not include an associated icon display: Locked Text display indicates Lock mode Ringer Off or Vibrate Text display indicates ringer status Greeting A personal greeting of up to 12 characters displays in Standby mode, when set Incoming Call Text display and ringer / vibrate alert signal incoming calls, depending on setting Dropped Call Text display indicates a dropp

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Getting Started Battery Installation, Charging and Care TM Your Sprint PCS Phone package includes a partially charged, rechargeable battery so that you can use the phone immediately after it is activated. Installing the Battery To attach the battery to your Sprint PCS Phone: 1. Hold the battery so that the metal contacts on the base of the battery line up with the metal contacts on the base of the phone. 2. Place the battery on the back of the phone with the top of the battery about a qua


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