Samsung SCH-i640 user manual

User manual for the device Samsung SCH-i640

Device: Samsung SCH-i640
Size: 1,59 MB
Date of adding : 2013-04-20 14:02:16
Number of pages: 38
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SCH-i640/645




















User’s Manual

Please read this manual before operating the phone,
and keep it for future reference.

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Contents Safety Precautions ……………………………………………. 3 Introduction to SCH-i640/645 ……………………………………………. 5 Unpacking ……………………………………………. 6 Layout ……………………………………………. 7 How to use Smartphone ……………………………………………. 10 Dialer and Call Progress ……………………………………………. 14 Input Methods ……………………………………………. 16 Other Applications ……………………………………………. 17 Various Settings for Your Phone ……………………..……………. 18 Installing ActiveSync® ……………………………………………. 19 For More Informati

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Safety Precautions Compliance with Safety Standards The Samsung Cellular phone meets all standards and recommendations for the protection of the public from exposure to radio frequency (RF) electromagnetic energy established by governmental bodies and other qualified organizations. To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, serious personal injury, or property damage, please follow these guidelines: Driving Using a wireless phone while driving is illegal in some states and count

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Other Dangerous Areas Turn off your phone in any area with a potentially explosive atmosphere. It is rare, but your phone or its accessories could generate sparks, which could lead to explosion or fire. * Fueling areas, such as gas stations * Below deck on boats * Fuel or chemical transfer or storage facilities * Areas where the air contains chemicals or particles such as grain, dust, or metal powders * Any other area where you would normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine

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Introduction to SCH-i640/645 The following features provide a range of user options that make the phone both fun and easy to use. SCH-i640/645 is based on Microsoft® Windows Mobile® Smartphone 2003 Second Edition. Phone features: You can use advanced phone capabilities. PDA features: Contacts, Calendar, Messaging, Internet Explorer, Windows Media, MSN Messenger, Tasks, Voice Notes, Games, etc. Messaging features: You can receive four kinds of messages - voicemail, text, E-mail,

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Unpacking 6

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Layout The following pictures show the main elements of SCH-i645. (Design can be changed later) [Picture 1] Inside of SCH-i645 7

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[Picture 2] Outside of SCH-i645 8

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Earphone jack: Connects the optional 2.5mm ear/microphone. External screen: A secondary screen for phone features. IR port: Uses infrared technology to transmit data to and receive data from other computing platform handhelds, and to perform ActiveSync® operations. Accessory connector: Connects your phone to the cradle, which in turn connects to the back of your computer and through the AC adapter to the wall current. SD slot: Inserts SD card for extended memory, and connects perip

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How to use Smartphone Home screen The Home screen plays an integral part in the navigational model of Smartphone. It is the first screen displayed every time the device is turned on. The user can easily return. Sample Home Screen Home screen customization The Home screen provides users a customizable starting page for their Smartphone. It can be used to display a variety of information, such as phone-specific status, information from over-the-air services, and information from persona

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Programs The user can scroll through the list of applications and press the action button to select any list item to launch the application. Additionally, the applications are mapped to the numbers; the user can launch them directly by pressing the associated number. Title Bar The top 20 pixels of the Smartphone screen are reserved for the title bar, as an always visible bar that provides application information and status. The title bar uses font 10- point bold Nina, and supports r

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Menu bar The menu bar is 20 pixels high at the bottom of the screen and contains the two soft keys shown in the following figure. The menu bar font is 10-point bold Nina. Soft key tray Smartphone uses two soft keys to display menus and action options to the user. The user can activate a soft key by pressing the corresponding hardware button located physically near the display. The menu bar is part of the device shell UI; it is context sensitive and can be changed dynamically by an appl

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Cascading Menus Smartphone supports cascading menus only to one additional level. They can be used as long as they don't clutter the screen; in addition, the most common options must be available at the top level and must not cascade. In the following figure, options for filtering calls are provided in a cascading menu that appears at the bottom of the menu. A right-justified triangle next to a menu item indicates that it opens a cascading menu. When the user presses the right arrow or t

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Dialer and Call Progress When a user places a call, the dialer/call progress application starts. The dialer UI appears when a user makes a call by entering numbers on the keypad from the Home screen, as shown in the left of the following figure. Dialed calls from the keypad can be executed from the Home screen or the call progress screen. After the user finishes entering the numbers, call progress appears. Call progress shows the connect progress for outgoing calls, call notification for

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Answering a call When somebody calls you, the phone rings. If the caller can be identified, the caller’s phone number (or name if pre-stored in your Contacts) is displayed. To answer the call, press any button on the keypad (except END). You can answer a call while using another application. The screen alerts you with the incoming call message. Press SEND button to answer the call, or END to reject the call. Redialing Calls Press SEND for a second to redial the latest number. 15

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Input Methods All Smartphone devices with keypads support text entry from the keypad buttons. There are three standard modes for keypad text entry on Smartphone 2003: numeric, T9, and multi-press. Switching Modes Each text field can have a default mode, depending on the expected content. For example, phone number fields are in numeric mode by default, and e-mail addresses are in multi-press mode. If the user changes modes in a text field, moves away from the field, and then returns t

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Other Applications Messaging Your phone can send and receive e-mail, text messages and Pix messages (645 only). Contacts This enables you to keep names, addresses, phone numbers and other information about your personal or business contacts. Calendar This lets you quickly and easily schedule appointments or any kind of activity associated with a time and date. Internet Explorer You can navigate Internet, but there are limitations to support some tags. Tasks This is a conven

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Various Settings for Your Phone You can customize the configuration options on your phone. Call Options Call answer, Auto answer, Phone number, Voice mail number, Country code, Area code Sounds Ring tone, Reminders, New e-mail, New text/voice/instant message, Alarm clock, Exclamation, Question, Warnings, Keypad control Profiles Normal, Silent, Meeting, Outdoor, Automatic, Headset, Car and Speakerphone Home Screens Home screen layout, Color scheme, Background image and Time out Abo

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Main battery, Brightness level, Backlight time out, Power saving time out and In-call screen time out Regional Settings Language, Locale, Short date style, Long date style, Time format, Positive number, Negative number, Positive currency and Negative currency Remove Programs Security Enable Phone Lock, Emergency Numbers, Phone Reset and Initialize Memory Phone Settings NAM/Roam Mode – NAM mode and Roaming option Beep/Alert – Minute beep, Connect tone and Disconnect tone Version – S/

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Health and Safty Information Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) Signals Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of the U.S. Government. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The guidelines are based on the safety standards that w


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