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01-250 4/2/99 11:47 AM Page 1
GLOBAL SYSTEM FOR MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS
01-250 4/2/99 11:47 AM Page 2 Rear View of the Phone (Without the Battery) Front View of the Phone Volume Up/Down buttons LCD display Antenna Flashing indicator Earpiece Battery release button Phonebook/ Menu scroll button MENU Menu selection/ Menu scroll button C Clear/Cancel button MENU OK Dial/Entry button C OK End of call/On-Off SIM card holder button 1 2 ABC 3 DEF . 4 GHI 5 JKL 6 MNO SIM card Numeric/letter buttons 7PQRS 8 TUV 9 WXYZ 0 Special function buttons Microphone Battery terminal
01-250 4/2/99 11:47 AM Page 4 Handset Display and Indicators Parts List The SGH-250 product contains the following parts. Handset Travel Adapter Net Network name Telephone 086519412532 number Indicator Description Owner’s Instructions Slim Battery Signal strength Calling Roaming Battery charge level Incoming Short Message Voice Mail (Currently not used) In addition, you can obtain the following approved accessories for Phone locked your phone, from your local SAMSUNG dealers: Vibration mo
01-250 4/2/99 11:47 AM Page 6 Warranty Details Contents Please record the model and serial numbers of your YOUR MOBILE PHONE unit and the date of purchase and dealer in the space Rear View of the Phone..................................................... 2 provided below. Front View of the Phone.................................................... 3 Handset Display and Indicators ........................................ 4 We recommend that you keep your purchase receipt Parts List..............
01-250 4/2/99 11:47 AM Page 8 Contents (cont.) MEMORY DIALLING USING GSM NETWORK SERVICES Storing a Phone Number in the Phonebook...................... 36 Call Barring ........................................................................ 61 Storing the Last Dialled Numbers in the Phonebook ....... 39 Checking the Call Barring Status ...................................... 63 Dialling a Stored Number.................................................. 40 Changing the Call Barring Service Passw
01-250 4/2/99 11:47 AM Page 10 General Safety Precautions The illustrations below indicate the general safety precautions to be taken when using your mobile phone. The use of mobile phones in aircraft: Avoid contact between the antenna and the face (especially the eyes) during a Is dangerous to aircraft operations conversation. May disrupt the cellular network Is illegal Take care with the antenna in crowded places. Failure to observe in-flight regulations may lead to the suspension of cellula
January 97 01-250 4/2/99 11:47 AM Page 12 Battery Safety Precautions The illustrations below indicate the precautions to be taken with the battery pack. To maximise the charging capacity, Any replacement battery pack must be Low Battery avoid repetitive partial discharging and of the same make and type. charging. It is recommended that you LITTER DO NOT dispose of used batteries in a wait until the low battery warning tone fire or waste bin. Dispose of them in sounds and the Low Battery accor
01-250 4/2/99 11:47 AM Page 14 Inserting Your SIM Card Before you can make a call on your mobile phone, you 1. Remove the battery pack (see page must insert a SIM (Subscriber Identification Module) 17). card. You are given this card (1/2 in. by 1 in.) when you 2 2. Turn the phone face down. take out your subscription with a network operator. For more details about the SIM card, refer to the glossary on page 77. 3. Slide the SIM card lock in the direction of the OPEN arrow and lift + NEVER touc
01-250 4/2/99 11:47 AM Page 16 Battery Types Attaching and Removing a Battery Pack Your cellular phone is supplied with a slim You must replace or charge the battery pack on the rechargeable battery. In addition, you can also rear of the phone when Low Battery is displayed and use a long-life battery (options). you hear a warning beep. The two batteries have different capacities: • Slim battery: lasts as long as the light battery but is heavier 1. To reattach the battery pack after • Long-life
01-250 4/2/99 11:48 AM Page 18 Charging a Battery Pack Switching the Phone On and Off You are supplied with a battery charger that must be A mobile phone can only place and receive calls when plugged into an appropriate wall socket (230V, 50Hz). it is switched on. For more details about charging times, see page 16. 1. Switch the phone on by pressing • The battery pack may become warm during charging. See MENU I / for at least two seconds. pages 12 and 13 for various safety precautions to be
01-250 4/2/99 11:48 AM Page 20 Entering Your PIN Code Extending the Antenna The SIM card is protected by a PIN (Personal If the signal received is weak (crackling and back- Identification Number) that you must enter the first ground noise during a telephone conversation), you time you use your phone or each time it is switched can pull out the telescopic antenna. on, if this option is set (see page 50). • For more details about the PIN and PUK codes, refer to the glossary on page 77. 1. Grasp
01-250 4/2/99 11:48 AM Page 22 Selecting a Menu Option Choosing Your Language Most of your phone’s functions are selected via When you start using your cellular phone for the first menus. To select a menu or sub-menu option, proceed time, you must select the language in which the as follows. various menus and indications are displayed. You can choose between Twelve languages (English, German, 1. In Standby mode, press MENU to French, Spanish, Italian, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, enter the menu s
01-250 4/2/99 11:48 AM Page 24 Placing a Call You can only place a call when a network is displayed. 1. Type in the required telephone 4. (cont.) number, including the area code. Tel Number: You can adjust the earpiece Result: The number entered is volume during a conversation by +8225413000 4 displayed. pressing the volume button on the left side. To place an international call, insert a “+” before the 5. If reception is poor (crackling or international code by pressing background noise durin
02-250 4/2/99 11:35 AM Page 2 Receiving a Call You can only receive a call when the phone is in Standby mode. 1. When a call is received: 4. If reception is poor (crackling or background noise during the 4 i Your phone rings (if this option is conversation), carefully pull the set; see page 30) antenna out to its full extension. If Called is displayed you are inside a building, you can also try moving nearer a window. If your phone was set to the vibration mode, the phone vibrates when a call
02-250 4/2/99 11:35 AM Page 4 Viewing Information about Calls Resetting the Call Timer You can view useful information about your calls. You can reset the call information whenever you want. Example: You wish to know the length of a call that you have just made to evaluate its cost. 1. In Standby mode, press MENU to 1. In Standby mode, press MENU to enter the menu system. enter the menu system. MENU MENU Result: The first menu appears. Result: The first menu appears. C 1 C 1 2. Press 3, 4 to a
02-250 4/2/99 11:36 AM Page 6 Selecting the Ringing Tone Adjusting the Ringing Volume You can select the ringing tone according to: You can adjust the ringing volume according to: Your requirements and preferences Your requirements and preferences The environmental conditions in which you are The environmental conditions in which you are using the phone using the phone 1. In Standby mode, press MENU to 1. In Standby mode, press MENU to enter the menu system. enter the menu system. Ring Volume
02-250 4/2/99 11:36 AM Page 8 Adjusting the Key Volume Muting the Microphone You can adjust the dialling volume according to: During a telephone conversation, you can temporarily mute the microphone on your phone. Your requirements and preferences The environmental conditions in which you are Example: You wish to talk to someone else in the using the phone room without your correspondent hearing. MENU In Standby mode, press the volume 1. Press C for a while during a button on the left side to
02-250 4/2/99 11:36 AM Page 10 Automatic Redialling Redialling One of the Last Ten Numbers Your mobile phone is equipped with an Automatic Your mobile phone automatically stores the last ten redialling function that will redial a number ten times numbers dialled in memory. You can thus call back if the call is busy, network is busy or network one or more of your last ten correspondents, without connection is failed. having to re-enter the phone numbers. 1 . 2 ABC 3 DEF 1. Type in the required
02-250 4/2/99 11:36 AM Page 12 Storing a Phone Number in the Phonebook (1) If the message Phonebook Full appears, you can You can store the numbers that you dial most overwrite a number that is no longer required. frequently in memory, so that you do not have to enter them each time. 4. (cont.) According to your SIM card, 1 to 120 phone numbers Example: To enter the capital letter S, can be stored, each phone number can be up to press numeric button 7 four 20 digits. times in quick succession
02-250 4/2/99 11:36 AM Page 14 Storing a Phone Number in the Phonebook (2) Storing the Last Dialled Numbers in the Phonebook 1. In Standby mode, enter the telephone 1. In Standby mode, press . M OK / number to be stored in memory. Result: The last number dialled is MEN displayed. C OK 2. Press to enter the phone book 2 C OK menu. 2. Press „ or to browse through the ABC 1 . 2 1 last ten numbers dialled. Result:Enter Name: appears. 1 . 2 ABC 4 5 3. Press C . 3. Enter the name (up t
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