Samsung SCH-A105 user manual

User manual for the device Samsung SCH-A105

Device: Samsung SCH-A105
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Date of adding : 2014-08-31 13:54:39
Number of pages: 46
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MENU OK/
PORTABLE CELLULAR
TELEPHONE
SCH-A105
User’s Manual
ELECTRONICS
Printed in Korea
Code No. : GH68-xxxxxA
English(Brazil)
World Wide Web
http://www.samsungmobile.com
2000/05. Rev.1.0

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FCC RF EXPOSURE INFORMATION Table of Contents GETTING STARTED In August 1996 the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the Unpacking .................................................................................................... 7 United States with its action in Report and Order FCC 96-326 adopted an Phone Layout ................................................................................................ 8 updated safety standard for human exposure to radio frequency Key Function

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USING THE MENUS PIM (Personal Information Manager) Schedular (MENU 5-1) ........................................................................... 45 Using the Navigation Keys ............................................................................ 28 To Do List (MENU 5-2) ........................................................................... 47 Using the Index System ................................................................................ 29 Calculator (MENU 5-3) .............

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SECURITY Safety Precautions and Important Notices Lock (MENU 0-1) ................................................................................... 65 Restrict (MENU 0-2) ............................................................................... 66 Read these simple guidelines. Failure to comply with these Lock Code (MENU 0-3) .......................................................................... 66 guidelines may be dangerous or illegal. Emergency Number (MENU 0-4) ..................

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1 . ´ 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 MENU OK/ Getting Started QUALIFIED SERVICE Unpacking Only qualified service personnel must install or repair cellular equipment. Use only approved accessories and batteries. Your package contains the following items. USE SENSIBLY Desktop Charger Handset Use only in the normal position (to ear). Avoid unnecessary contact with the antenna when the phone is switched on. IMPORTANT! Use only accessories approved by the phone manufacturer. This apparatus is intended for use w

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Key Functions (Continued...) Phone Layout In the menu facility, scroll through the menu options The following illustrations shows the main elements of your and phonebook memory. phone. In the idle mode, key displays the Phone Book entries and key displays the Phone Book names. Earpiece In the menu facility, scroll through the menu options and phonebook memory. When entering a name, move the cursor left or right. Display When the key is held down in the idle mode, records a

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Display Installing Battery The display comprises two areas: an upper line of static icons, To Install the Battery and the lower text and graphic area. The following icons display at power-on: 1. Insert the saw-toothed end on the bottom of the battery into the slots on the bottom of the phone ( ), then slide Icons the battery down ( ). Text and graphic area Icons Shows the received signal strength. The more bars you see, the stronger the signal. Indicates the phone is out of service area, and yo

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To Remove the Battery Charging a Battery If you want to remove the battery, do as follows: Your phone is powered by a rechargeable Li-ion battery. A desk top charger is provided with your phone. Use only 1. If necessary, switch off the phone by holding down approved batteries and chargers. Ask you local SAMSUNG key until the power-off message is displayed. dealer for further details. The phone can be used while the battery is charging. 2. Push up and hold the catch above the battery on the b

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3. If you do not wish to use your phone while charging the Switching the Phone On/Off battery, you can leave the battery attached to the phone. Place the phone with the battery attached in the front 1. Open the flip cover. compartment of charger with the keypad facing forward. The light marked on the front of the charger turns red. 2. Hold down key for more than one second to switch the phone on. The red light flashes, an alert sounds: • When the system locates services, the greet

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General Functions Emergency Dialing You can place calls to 911 or one of the three emergency Making a Call numbers in your emergency number list even if your phone is locked. For further information on emergency number list, When the idle screen is displayed, key in the area code and refer to page 66. phone number and press key. Note: If you have set Auto Retry option (7-1) to On (see page 53), and the call does not connect, the phone Prepend Dialing automatically retries to make the call. The

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Making a Call from the Phone Book Speed Dial You can store the phone numbers called regularly in memory, Once you have stored phone numbers in the phone book called the Phone Book. You then simply recall the number to memory, you can dial them easily whenever you want. dial. For further information on Phone Book, refer to page 35. One-Touch Dial To Search an Entry, Then Dial Memory locations 01 through 09 are special one-touch 1. Press key in the idle mode. locations. You can dial the

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Voice Dialing Three-Touch Dial Memory locations 100 through 229 are special three-touch Before using the Voice Dialing feature, you must record the locations. name in your phone. For details, refer to page 50. 1. To place a call, press and hold key, or open the flip, Press the first and the second digit briefly, then hold down the depending on the Set Active (6-4) option (see page 52). third digit of the memory cell. 2. At the voice prompt, say the name into the phone. For example: Lo

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Answering a Call In-call Options When somebody calls you, the phone rings and the phone Your phone provides a number of functions that you can use icon is displayed in the middle of the screen. during a call. You may not utilize all of these functions at all times. Many of the in-call options are network services. If the caller can be identified, the caller’s phone number (or MENU Press key during a call to access the following name if pre-stored in your Phone Book) is displayed. If t

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Call Waiting Call Forwarding This feature provides the option of forwarding incoming calls You can answer an incoming call while you have a call in to another phone number, even while your phone is off. progress, if this service is supported by the network. Contact Activating Call Forwarding does not affect outgoing calls your service provider to activate Call Waiting. made from this phone. Contact your service provider to activate Call Forwarding. When a waiting call is detected, the incoming

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The following options for the current voice memo becomes Quick Switching to Vibration Mode available: Add Label: allows you to add a label for the memo you have You can quickly switch your phone to vibration mode with a just recorded. Enter a proper name up to 12 digits touch of key. Press and hold the key until the icon using the keypad. If you do not add a label, the and Vibrate appears in the display. Your phone goes to recorded date and time will be used to identify the vibra

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Using the Menus Example: Selecting the Record option in Voice Dial menu A three-level menu structure is available to set the various MENU 1. Press key to access the main menu. options available on your phone. You can set the menu options in two different ways. MENU 2. Press or ( or ) key repeatedly until Voice OK/ Dial is displayed, then press key. The Voice Dial options are displayed. Using the Navigation Keys OK/ 3. Press key to select the highlighte

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Menu Map Main Menu Menu Level 1 Menu Level 2 Main Menu Menu Level 1 Menu Level 2 6. Voice Dial 1: Record 1. Calls 1: Outgoing 2: Review/Erase 2: Incoming 3: Erase All 3: Erase Logs 1: Outgoing 4: Set Active 2: Incoming 3: All 7. Setup 1: Auto Retry 4: Air Time 1: Last Call 2: Auto Receive 2: Total 3: Auto Hyphen 3: Erase Total 4: Answering 2. Phone Book 1: Find Name 5: Tone Length 2: My Phone # 6: Tone 3: Add Entry 7: Set Time 4: Find Entry 8: In Data/Fax 9: Analog Call 3. Sounds 1: Ring 1:

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Calls Incoming Menu 1-2 You can use the Calls menu to: • View and dial the last outgoing or incoming numbers. This option lets you view the last 10 calls received. (if you are • Erase the numbers in the Call Log memory. subscribed to the caller ID service). When you access this • View the duration of calls. menu, the last incoming calls are displayed. Outgoing Menu 1-1 To... Press ... Select entry or key The phone stores up to 10 outgoing calls you dialed. When you access this menu, the list

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Phone Book Erase Logs Menu 1-3 You can erase the numbers stored in the Call Log memory. The Phone book allows you to store frequently used phone numbers and the associated names in your personal directory Outgoing: The numbers you called are erased. to make it easy for you to make a call without having to remember or enter the phone number. You can store up to 229 Incoming: The numbers you received are erased. numbers. All: All calls you dialed and received are erased. Find Name Menu 2-1 Air Ti

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Prepend: prepends the number to add an area code or Creating a New Entry feature code to the number before dialing. OK/ 1. Enter a number and press key. The phone book Erase: erases the number. entries are displayed. Name Ringer: allows you to designate a unique tone to OK/ signal an incoming call by the number. 2. Press key to confirm . Note: You can locate Phone Book entries quickly when the 3. You are asked to select a label. The following labels are phone is


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