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SM Sprint PCS. It’s not just a better phone. SM It’s a better connection.
First things ﬁrst: Call us to get activated. ™ Before you can use your new Sprint PCS Phone , you need to open your Sprint PCS Account – in other words, activate your phone. You do that by calling 1-888-715-4588 (in Southern California, call 1-800-PCS-6699) from any phone other than your new Sprint PCS Phone. Don’t worry. This call is on us. Note: If a Sprint PCS Sales Representative has already activated your phone, then there’s no need to place this call. Instead, see “How to unlock your pho
How to get help. þ Your driver’s license number If you need help with this or anything else, we hope you’ll þ Pen and paper to write down your new call Sprint PCS Customer Care at 1-888-211-4PCS (4727). Sprint PCS Phone Number In Southern California, call 1-800-455-4551. You can also press During this call, a Sprint PCS Customer Advocate will collect your from your activated Sprint PCS Phone information as well as help you select your Sprint PCS Service (in Southern California, press Featur
Table of Contents First things ﬁrst: Call us to get activated. 1 What you should know before you call. 1 What you should have handy. 1 How to unlock your phone. 2 How to get help. 3 Getting to know your phone. 10 Display icons: What they tell you. 12 Battery: Putting in the power. 13 Installing your battery. 13 Turning your phone on and off. 14 Removing your battery. 14 Charging your battery. 15 Using the rapid desktop charger. 16 Function keys: What they make happen. 18 Phone calls: How to make
Dialing Sprint PCS Operator Services. 27 Usage guidelines: All about performance and safety. 53 Setting up your voicemail. 28 Keeping tabs on signal strength. 53 Finding out you have a message. 29 Understanding Power Save mode. 53 Understanding how your phone operates. 54 Internal phone book. 30 Radio frequency safety. 54 Understanding your phone’s memory. 30 Maintaining your phone’s peak performance. 55 Saving and storing a phone number. 30 Protecting your battery. 56 Entering a hard pause. 32
One day you’ll use a phone (even this phone) to download your To start connecting, faxes, turn on your home sprinkler system, reroute your e-mail, just press . program your VCR or connect to your PC. We honestly believe that we are closer to making all of these If we’ve done our job as well as we think, you’ll seldom have to refer to this small book – although it has very easy-to-follow steps connections than anyone else. And well we should be. That’s why for getting the most out of your new Sp
Getting to know 13. Antenna 1. Red Light your phone. 1. Red Light: Illuminates when is pressed and when you have incoming calls and messages. 2. Volume 2. Volume: Lets you adjust the sound level and turn off the ringer during standby mode. To mute ringer, press volume key until “RINGER OFF” and are displayed. 3. MENU: Allows access to the phone’s menus. Continue pressing to scroll through menu options. 12. Message Key 4. STO: Allows you to save phone numbers, as well as any settings you sel
Battery: Putting in the power. Display icons: What they tell you. Your new Sprint PCS Phone comes with a rechargeable battery, which must be charged when the battery icon flashes or if the Display icons are all the symbols or text that show up on your display screen. In phone turns itself off. short, they tell you what’s going on. They’re shown below. Installing your battery. To install your battery, just follow these simple steps: Measures your current signal strength. The more Signal bars
Turning your phone on and off. Charging your battery. When you’re ready to turn on your Sprint PCS Phone, check to You can tell whether or not your battery needs to be recharged see that the charged battery has been installed in the back of the just by checking the lower-right corner of your phone’s display, phone or that you have an external power source (the Rapid where the battery charge indicator is located. When the battery Cigarette Lighter Adapter or the Hands-Free Car Kit). Then, charge
Once the battery has been completely discharged, it will automati- Using the rapid desktop charger. cally be charged (indicated by a red light). You should use only the Samsung-approved rapid desktop charger and AC adapter with this Sprint PCS Phone. Using the If you leave your phone turned on while it’s in the charger, your wrong one could cause damage. battery will take longer to charge. 1. Plug one end of the AC adapter into the charger and the other end into a wall outlet. 2. Insert eit
Function keys: Press this key to store a number in the phone’s What they make happen. internal phone book and to save menu settings. Press this key to place a call, to access a second Press this key to access a number stored in the incoming call or to initiate Three-Way Calling. phone’s internal phone book. You then can enter a specific memory location number or scroll through This key lets you do lots of things: all stored numbers. (For more information on storing numbers in the internal phon
Correcting a misdial. Phone calls: How to make If you make a mistake while dialing a phone number, press and receive them. to erase the number one digit at a time. You can delete the entire number at once by pressing and holding it down for at least Whenever you make a call, follow these simple steps: one second. 1. First, check to see that your Sprint PCS Phone is turned on. Remembering your phone number. If you see the display icons on the screen, that means the power is on. You probably
Responding to Call Waiting. Using Caller ID. When you’re in the middle of a call, you will be alerted to This feature tells you who is calling you on your Sprint PCS Phone incoming calls with a short beep and a “CALL WAIT” message. by displaying the caller’s number when the phone rings. (If the With Caller ID, the phone number and name (if stored in your caller’s name and number are stored in your internal phone phone book) of the caller are also displayed. If you don’t answer book, the caller’s
Another option for redialing calls is to select a number from your . Once again, you’ll hear a tone to confirm the incoming or outgoing call logs (see page 39). deactivation. Setting up Three-Way Calling. Saving or editing your own emergency numbers. Three-Way Calling lets you talk with two different people at the You can save up to three emergency phone numbers on your same time. Simply dial the first number and press . When Sprint PCS Phone, in addition to 911 and . you have connected, press
Dialing Sprint PCS Directory Assistance. 7. The phone displays the number and “Saved” to confirm that the number was stored correctly. The phone then Press to obtain residential, redisplays the list of emergency numbers so you can make business and government listings; to get help completing local or additional changes. long-distance calls; or to obtain movie listings, hotel, restaurant and shopping information, and major local event information. 8. When you have finished storing numbers, p
Finding out you have a message. Setting up your voicemail. Your Sprint PCS Phone alerts you when you have new voicemail messages in several ways: The first time you call your voicemail box, which you do by pressing and holding for at least a second, enter þ By displaying a message on the screen “SPRINT” (777468) as your temporary pass code. We suggest you do this soon after you activate your Sprint PCS Account. þ By sounding five short beeps (if the ringer is turned on) After entering that co
You may also store numbers by pressing at the end Internal phone book. of a call while the number is still displayed or while reviewing your call logs. You get two types of phone books with your Sprint PCS Phone: the internal phone book and the call logs. To make the most of them, 2. Press again to save the number in the memory you need to understand all the basic features and functions of location. The phone displays your entry and the next available your new phone. memory location. To save
Dialing from your phone book to a different area code. 1. To enter “G,” press once. When you’re traveling outside your home service area, you may 2. To enter “I,” first press # (since you will be pressing need to add an area code to the number. To temporarily add again), then press three times to digits to the beginning of a phone number, follow these steps: get “I.” 1. Find the number you want to call. This can be done in several 3. To enter “L,” press three times. ways. (See page 41 for mor
Checking all your stored numbers. Finding a number using a person’s name. 1. Press . Several methods can be used for checking numbers stored in your phone. You can look up a number using a name, four digits 2. Enter as many consecutive letters of the name as you can from the phone number or a memory location. Each is described remember (even if you remember only the first letter) and separately below. Follow the steps described below to find stored press . The phone briefly displays the number
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