Samsung SCH-N370 user manual

User manual for the device Samsung SCH-N370

Device: Samsung SCH-N370
Size: 0,66 MB
Date of adding : 2014-08-31 13:54:39
Number of pages: 122
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Your consumer package
Your consumer package contains the following items:
• Samsung SCH-N370 phone with hand strap
• Samsung Extended Li-Ion battery
• Samsung travel adaptor
• User guide
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Front view of the SCH-N370 LED Antenna Headset/Earbud Speaker connector Display screen Menu Navigation key key OK key End key Send Clear key key Keypad Microphone Adapter Outlet 18

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Getting to know your phone Antenna The antenna is a device for transmitting and receiving signals. The shape and size of the antenna is determined, in part, by the frequency of the signals that they receive. An antenna makes the call sound clearer when it is fully extended. Use only in the normal position and do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the phone is active. Backlight features Your keypad has backlighting for easy visibility. For further information on this feature see “Backl

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• The lower area of the LCD displays in-use information, for example, the calling party’s name and number, the call timer, Mute and Call Waiting, menus, sub menus, etc. End (power on/off) key This key is utilized in several ways: • Press and hold to turn on your phone. • Press and hold to turn off your phone. • Press once to disconnect a call, return to standby mode, or cancel any input. Headset connector This is where the optional hands-free headset is connected. The headset includes an ear

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OK/Message key The key stores information that you enter, and also acts as an “OK” button when pressed. When in standby mode, functions as a Mail Kit menu access key to send messages and review received messages. Speaker The speaker is for listening to voice conversations. Send key The key performs several useful functions: • Press once to answer calls. • Enter a number and press once to connect a call. • Press twice in standby mode to redial the last outgoing number. Navigation The Navig

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Adaptor outlet Use the adaptor outlet to connect your phone to a wireless data device or a hands-free car kit (both sold separately). The adaptor outlet is located at the bottom of the phone. • To charge your battery, plug the travel adaptor that is supplied with your phone into a wall outlet. • Using your thumb and first finger, gently squeeze the two buttons located on either side of the other end of the travel adaptor and insert the adaptor into your phone’s outlet. The yellow arrow on

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Getting Started Getting service You must contact your service provider and follow their instructions for obtaining service for your phone. We suggest that you read this user guide to fully understand the services that your phone supports. Turning your phone on When you are ready to turn your phone on, fully extend the antenna for the clearest reception. Press . Continue to hold this key down for more than one second to power the phone on: Note: Your phone has a built-in antenna. As with any

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Several ways to answer a call When you receive a call, the phone will ring and the phone icon displays on your screen. If the caller can be identified, the caller’s phone number, (or name if pre-stored in your Phone Book) displays. If the caller cannot be identified, only the phone icon and “Call from Unavailable No” is displayed. For further information see “Answer mode” on page 97. There are several ways to answer an incoming call. • Press . • Press any key. • Set the Auto Answer feature

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List of main and sub menus This list displays the main menu structure and mail kit features. It shows the individual sub menus and features assigned to each main menu option. 1:Calls 1:Outgoing 2:Incoming 3:Missed 4:Erase Logs Outgoing/Incoming/Missed/All 5:Air Time 2:Phone Book 1:Find Name 2:Add Entry 3:Find Entry 4:RelationSrch 5:Add E-mail 3:Web 1:Start Browser 2:Prompt None/To Start/To End/Both 4:Scheduler 1:Today 2:View Month 3:Jump To Date 4:To Do List 5:Count Down 6:World Time 7:Calculat

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5:Language English/French 6:Set Time 7:Auto Hyphen On/Off 8:Version 9:Menu Style Horizontal/Vertical 7:Voice Dial 1:Record 2:Review 3:Erase All 4:Set Active Only/Earphone 8:Games 1:Flying Tight 2:Run for Money 3:Racing 9:Set Up 1:Auto Retry off/every 10 seconds/every 30 seconds/every 60 seconds 2:Auto Answer off/after 1 sec/after 3 sec/after/5 sec 3:Answer Mode By any key/By send key 4:Tone Length Long/normal 5:Set NAM NAM 1/NAM 2 6:Set System Automatic/Home only/Analog only/AMPSHome only 7:Da

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6:All Messages 8:Msg Setup 1:General 1:Scroll Timer 1/2/3/4/5 seconds/Off 2:Msg. Reminder Every 2 min/Off/Once 3:MessageVolume 4:Ringer Type 1:Voice Mail 2:Page 3:Text 4:Browser Msg. 5: Voice Mail# 2:New Message 1:Callback # 2:Save Message Auto Save/Prompt Save/Do Not Save 3:Entry Method T9/Alphabet 4:Delivery Ack On/Off 5:Canned Msg. 0:Yes 1:No 2:Call me 3:Need directions 4:Where are you? 5:Will call later 6:Busy 7:On my way 8:Will arrive in 15 minutes 9:Thank you In-Use Menu (Can be opened onl

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Accessing menus using the navigation key Menu options are numbered but can also be accessed by using the navigation key. Press the on the arrow in the direction which you wish to go. Press right to go to the right, press down to go forward, press left to go left, and press up to go backwards through the menu options. When your objective is reached, press to save or activate. Returning to the previous menu When using the navigation key you can return to the previous menu at anytime. To do

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Your phone’s modes Answer mode With this option activated, your phone will allow you to select a specific mode when you receive an incoming call. For further information see “Several ways to answer a call” on page 24. Digital mode Some of your phones features work only in digital service areas, the icon indicates that your phone is operating in digital mode. If the digital icon is absent, your phone is operating in analog mode. Input mode Use input mode to enter text, numbers and symbols in

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Silent mode The “Silent Mode” feature allows you to instantaneously silence the ringer when in standby mode. • With the phone in standby mode, press and hold for 2 seconds. “Entering Silent Mode” displays briefly. (The silent mode icon displays on the standby screen.) • To exit from “Silent Mode” press and hold for 2 seconds. The screen prompt “Exit Silent Mode” displays, and your phone automatically reactivates the previous ringer volume setting. (The silent mode icon is removed from t

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Talk mode You can place and answer calls only when your phone is turned on. When you are on a call your phone is in Talk mode. Pressing will display a list of the In-Use menu options. Whisper mode With this feature you can have semi-private conversations. You don’t have to speak loudly. When this feature is active you can actually whisper during any conversion. To activate whisper mode: 1.Press . 2. Use the navigation key to highlight yes or no. Vibrate mode In standby mode 1. Press the dow

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The top line of the display screen Display indicators (or icons) appear across the top of your phone’s display screen. The signal strength and battery strength icons will always appear, but other icons display based upon your phone’s operating mode. Note: The Date, Day, and Time shown in the display illustration may not reflect the order in which it appears on your phone. . Signal strength: This icon always appears when your phone is on. It shows your current signal strength. More lines indi

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Roaming: This icon displays when your phone is outside your service provider’s area and your phone is receiving service from another carrier’s network. If you are: • In your home service area, this indicator will not display. •In a preferred analog or digital networking area (where your service provider has a roaming agreement in place), this indicator will be on, but not flashing. •In an analog or digital area that is not covered by your phone’s own service provider, this indicator wil

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Other phone icons Duplicate: This icon indicates that a duplicate message was sent. E-mail: This icon represents an e-mail address. Fax: This icon represents a fax number. Filed Message: This icon displays if a message is filed. Home: This icon indicates represents an individual’s home number. Message: Icon displays when outgoing messages are transmitted. Message read: This icon displays when you have read a message. Message received: This icon indicates that an incoming text, voicemail, page

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Installing the battery The battery attaches to the phone very easily: 1. Gently place the bottom end of the battery into the provided slots on the underside of the phone. 2. Press the top end of the battery down(The top end of the battery displays the word Samsung in raised letters.) until you hear it click into place. Removing the battery To remove the battery from your phone: 1. Turn the phone off (by pressing and holding until the closing animation begins.) 2. On the back side of the pho

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When the phone has finished charging it can be disconnected. Low battery indicator You can tell whether or not your battery needs to be recharged by checking the battery indicator (this icon is located in the upper-right corner of the display screen). The presence of all three bars indicate a full charge. No bars (the battery icon is empty) means your battery must be charged. The empty battery icon Two to three minutes before the battery charge level gets too low to operate the phone, the b


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