Samsung SGH-i550 user manual

User manual for the device Samsung SGH-i550

Device: Samsung SGH-i550
Size: 2,25 MB
Date of adding : 2014-09-30 13:55:11
Number of pages: 110
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SGH-i550
User’s Guide

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Using this guide Refer to—pages with related information; for example: This user’s guide has been specially p. 12 (represents refer to designed to guide you through the page 12) functions and features of your device. To get started quickly, refer to the Quick → Followed by—the order of Start Guide. options or menus you must select to perform a step; for example: Press [ ] → Media Instructional icons → Music player. (represents Before you start, familiarise yourself with [ ], followe

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Copyrights and trademarks ® • Bluetooth is a registered trademark of the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. Rights to all technologies and products worldwide— Bluetooth QD ID: that comprise this device are the B013176 property of their respective owners: ® •Windows Media Player is a registered • This product includes trademark of Microsoft Corporation. software licensed from Symbian Ltd. © 1998-2007. Symbian and Symbian OS are trademarks of Symbian Ltd. • Java™ is a trademark of Sun Microsystems,

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Contents Safety and usage information .......... 4 PC Studio ....................................45 Communication ........................ 11 Personal Productivity ............... 46 Calls ..........................................11 Contacts .....................................46 Messages .................................... 14 Calendar .....................................50 ® Logs ..........................................28 Quickoffice ................................52 ® ® Communication op

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Contents Connectivity ............................. 60 Device manager ...........................78 Use the Bluetooth wireless feature . 60 Activation key manager .................80 Memory card manager ..................81 Connect via USB .......................... 63 Synchronise your device ............... 65 Connection manager .....................82 Settings .................................... 84 Additional Programs................. 67 General settings ...........................84 Calculat

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Install mobile devices and Safety and usage equipment with caution information Ensure that any mobile devices or related Comply with the following precautions to equipment installed in your vehicle are avoid dangerous or illegal situations and securely mounted. Avoid placing your ensure peak performance of your device. device and accessories near or in an air bag deployment area. Improperly installed wireless equipment can cause Safety warnings serious injury when air bags inflate rap

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Safety and usage information • Never place batteries or phones on or Turn off the device in potentially in heating devices, such as microwave explosive environments ovens, stoves, or radiators. Batteries Do not use your device at refuelling may explode when overheated. points (service stations) or near fuels or chemicals. Turn off your device whenever Avoid interference with pacemakers directed by warning signs or instructions. Your device could cause explosions or fire Maintain a minimum

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Safety and usage information Turn off the device near medical Safety precautions equipment Drive safely at all times Your device can interfere with medical equipment in hospitals or health care Avoid using your device while driving and facilities. Follow all regulations, posted obey all regulations that restrict the use warnings, and directions from medical of mobile devices while driving. Use personnel. hands-free accessories to increase your safety when possible. Turn off the device o

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Safety and usage information Protect batteries and chargers from Handle your device carefully and damage sensibly • Avoid exposing batteries to very cold • Do not allow your device to get wet— or very hot temperatures (below 0° C/ liquids can cause serious damage. Do 32° F or above 45° C/113° F). not handle your device with wet hands. Extreme temperatures can reduce the Water damage to your device can void charging capacity and life of your your manufacturer’s warranty. batteries. • Avoid us

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Safety and usage information • Your device and memory cards may be Important usage information damaged by exposure to magnetic fields. Do not use carrying cases or Use your device in the normal accessories with magnetic closures or position allow your phone to come in contact Avoid contact with your device’s internal with magnetic fields for extended antenna. periods of time. Allow only qualified personnel to Avoid interference with other service your device electronic equipment Allowi

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Safety and usage information • Disconnect chargers from power Ensure access to emergency services sources when not in use. Emergency calls from your device may • Use batteries only for their intended not be possible in some areas or purpose. circumstances. Before travelling in remote or undeveloped areas, plan an alternate method of contacting Handle SIM cards and memory cards emergency services personnel. with care • Do not remove a card while the device Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) i

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Safety and usage information During testing, the maximum SAR recorded for this model was 0.679 watts per kilogram. In normal use, the actual SAR is likely to be much lower, as the device has been designed to emit only the RF energy necessary to transmit a signal to the nearest base station. By automatically emitting lower levels when possible, your device reduces your overall exposure to RF energy. The Declaration of Conformity at the back of this user’s guide demonstrates your device

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Communication 1 Your device allows you to send and 3. To end the call, press [ ]. receive many types of calls and messages over cellular networks and the Make a call from the contact list internet. 1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Contacts to open your contact list. Calls 2. Scroll to a contact or search by entering the first few letters of the Learn to use your device's call functions. contact's name. For basic call functions, see the Quick Start Guide. 3. Press [ ] to call the default n

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Communication Insert a pause View and return missed calls When calling automated systems, you Your device will show missed calls on the can insert a pause between the phone display. number and another set of numbers. To return a missed call, To insert a pause, press [ ] to select the 1. Press the trackball. type of pause: 2. Scroll to a missed call. • p (automatic pause)-press [ ] three times to insert an automatic pause. 3. Press [ ] to dial. The device will pause for two seconds, then a

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Communication Divert calls Bar (block) calls Your service provider or network may or To activate this function, you need a may not support this feature. barring password from your service provider. To direct your incoming calls to another number, To bar incoming calls from a specific number, 1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Settings → Phone → Call divert. 1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → Settings → Phone → Call barring. 2. Scroll to a call type and press the trackball. 2. Scroll to a barri

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Communication • Drafts: messages you have not yet Messages sent Learn to use messaging functions. For • Sent: recent sent messages instructions on entering text, see the • Outbox: temporary storage for Quick Start Guide. For an explanation of messages waiting to be sent options, see "Communication options," 31. • Reports: delivery reports of text and multimedia messages; you must request a delivery report in the Message folders message options before sending When you open Messaging, yo

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Communication Inbox icons Outbox status In the Inbox, you may see the following When you are outside your service area icons next to your messages: or have no connection to the network or email server, your messages will remain Icon Description in the Outbox until you re-establish a Unread text message connection. The outbox status explains why a message is being held in the Multimedia message Outbox: notification • Sending: the device is connecting and Unread multimedia message the mess

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Communication • Failed: the device has attempted to View a text message send the message multiple times, but 1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → has failed Messaging → Inbox. 2. Scroll to a message and press the Text messages trackball. Text messages longer than 160 characters will be sent as two or more Retrieve messages from a SIM card messages and may result in additional If you have text messages stored on a charges. SIM card, you must copy them to the device before you can view them. Se

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Communication 3. Press → Copy → Inbox or To manually set an access point, a folder. 1. In Standby mode, press [ ] → You can now view the messages from the Settings → Connection → Access folder on your device. points. 2. Scroll down and press the trackball to Multimedia messages select an existing access point or press → New access point. Before you can send multimedia messages, you must define an access 3. Set access point options according to point. the instructions

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Communication 4. Scroll down and enter text. • To change the message layout, press → a text position 5. To insert an existing multimedia • To preview the message, press object, press → Insert → Preview object → an object type. To create and insert a new multimedia object, • To remove an item, press press → Insert new → an → Remove → an item object type. You can add images, sounds, or 6. Press the trackball → Send to send the videos to s


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