Samsung SCH-A591 user manual

User manual for the device Samsung SCH-A591

Device: Samsung SCH-A591
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Date of adding : 2013-04-20 14:02:16
Number of pages: 66
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* Some contents in this manual may differ from your phone
depending on the software of the phone or your service provider.
PORTABLE CELLULAR TELEPHONE
SCH-A591
User’s Manual
ELECTRONICS
Printed in Korea
Please read this manual before operating your phone, and keep it
World Wide Web Code No.: GHxx -xxxxxA
for future reference.
http://www.samsungmobile.com
English.11/2002.Rev.1.0

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Table of Contents Important Safety Precautions .................................................... 7 Unpacking ..................................................................................... 9 Your Phone Phone Layout ................................................................................. 10 Display .......................................................................................... 13 Backlight ...............................................................................

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Entering Text Wireless Web Changing the Text Input Mode ......................................................... 42 Get In Web (MENU 4-1) ............................................................. 70 T9 Mode .......................................................................................... 43 Prompt (MENU 4-2) .................................................................... 73 ABC Mode ....................................................................................... 45 Symb

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Setup Important Safety Auto Answer (MENU 0-1) ....................................................... 100 Precautions Answer Mode (MENU 0-2) ...................................................... 100 Auto Retry (MENU 0-3) .......................................................... 101 Set Time (MENU 0-4) ............................................................. 101 Set NAM (MENU 0-5) ............................................................ 102 Read these guidelines before using your wir

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SSaaffeettyy QQuuiicckk GGuuiiddee Unpacking Radio Frequency Exposure Your package contains the following items. The design of this phone complies with Australian The illustrations below may look different from you Communications Authority (ACA) requirements relating phone and accessories. to radio frequency (RF) exposure. To maintain compliance with these requirements, use only Handset Battery Samsung-supplied or approved accessories. Use of non-approved accessories may violate the requiremen

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YYoouurr PPhhoonnee Your Phone Closed View Phone Layout Antenna The following illustrations shows the main elements of your phone. External Open View display Earpiece Key Functions Main display Enters menu mode. Also, scrolls through the menu options. Deletes characters from the display. Service light In menu mode, returns to the previous menu level. Earphone jack In menu mode, scroll through the menu options and Phonebook memory. Volume Keys In standby mode, enters the Find menu,

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YYoouurr PPhhoonnee YYoouurr PPhhoonnee Display Key Functions (continued...) Layout Makes or answers a call. In standby mode, enters the Outgoing The display comprises two areas; an upper line of call log. fixed icons and the lower text and graphic area. Ends a call. Also switches the phone on and off when pressed and held. Icons In menu mode, cancels your input and returns to standby mode. Text and graphic area Enters numbers, letters and some special characters. In standby mode, initiates

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YYoouurr PPhhoonnee YYoouurr PPhhoonnee External Display Vibrator: appears when the ringer volume Your phone has an external display on the folder cover. for voice calls is set to Vibrate. An It shows Signal strength, Vibrator, and Battery incoming call will vibrate the phone rather Strength icons. It also indicates that you have an than ring it. incoming call or message and missed calls and alarms you when you set an alarm at the specified time. Roaming: appears when you are out of your home

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YYoouurr PPhhoonnee Getting Started Service Light Installing a Battery The service light is at the top right corner of your phone. It flashes to indicate an incoming call or message. Also, Your Samsung phone comes packaged with a partially the service light flashes for a few seconds when you charged, rechargeable Li-ion battery. turn the phone on or off. To install the battery: 1. Place the battery on the phone to insert the three tabs at the bottom of the battery into the corresponding groove

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GGeettttiinngg SSttaarrtteedd GGeettttiinngg SSttaarrtteedd To remove the battery: Using the Travel Adapter 1. If necessary, switch off the phone by holding The travel adapter allows you to use the phone while down until the closing animation appears. the battery is charging, but this will cause the phone to charge more slowly. 2. Push up and hold the catch above the battery and lift the battery away. 1. With the battery in position in the phone, plug the connector of the adapter into the j

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GGeettttiinngg SSttaarrtteedd GGeettttiinngg SSttaarrtteedd 4. When charging is finished (the light turns green), 2. Plug the connector of the travel adapter into the jack unplug the adapter from the power outlet and at the bottom of the charger. from the phone. 3. Plug the adapter into a standard AC wall outlet. The LED on the charger will indicate the charging Using the Battery Charger process with the following colors: • Red: the battery is charging Using the battery charger, you can ch

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GGeettttiinngg SSttaarrtteedd GGeettttiinngg SSttaarrtteedd Switching the Phone On/Off 5. Take the battery out of the charger. 1. Hold down for more than one seconds to switch the phone on. The service light on the phone flashes and an alert sounds. When the system locates services, the greeting message displays along with the current date and time.You can now place and receive calls. If the phone is out of service, the No Service icon appears on the display. In this case, you cannot mak

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GGeettttiinngg SSttaarrtteedd GGeettttiinngg SSttaarrtteedd Your Phone’s Mode Power Save Mode Your phone comes with a Power Save feature that will Standby Mode automatically be activated if your phone is unable to find a signal after 15 minutes of searching. While this Standby is the most basic state of your phone. The feature is active, the phone’s battery charge will phone goes into standby mode after you turn it on or conserved. The phone will automatically recheck for a whenever you briefl

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GGeettttiinngg SSttaarrtteedd Call Functions 2. Using the clip, attach the holster to your belt or clothing where it will convenient to reach and use. Making a Call To remove the phone from the holster: 1. Press down the latch on the top of the holster to In standby mode, key in the area code and phone release the phone. number and press . 2. Take the phone out of the slot. Note: If you have set the Auto Retry menu option (MENU 0-3) have been enabled (see page 101), the phone automatically ret

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CCaallll FFuunnccttiioonnss CCaallll FFuunnccttiioonnss Redialing the Last Call Prepend Dialing To redial the last call you made, press twice The Prepend option lets you add digits, such as area quickly. codes and network feature activation codes to a phone number that is in your call log entries. Your phone stores the last 10 outgoing calls. To recall any of these numbers: 1. Access the desired phone number in the call log by pressing and scrolling through the call list. 1.

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CCaallll FFuunnccttiioonnss CCaallll FFuunnccttiioonnss Speed Dialing Three-Touch Dial Memory locations 100 through 500 are special three- Once you have stored phone numbers in the touch locations. Phonebook memory, you can dial them easily any time you want. Press the first and the second digit briefly, then hold down the third digit of the memory location number . One-Touch Dial For example: Location no. 123 Press and briefly, and hold down Memory locations 001 through 0

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CCaallll FFuunnccttiioonnss CCaallll FFuunnccttiioonnss Storing Pauses in a Phonebook Entry Pause Dialing from a Stored Phonebook Entry To store a number in your Phonebook that contains 1. Dial the number from the Phonebook. pauses: 2. If you stored the number using a “T” pause, simply 1. Enter the phone number you want to store, such as call the number form the Phonebook. the bank’s teleservice phone number. If you stored the number using a “P” pause, wait for the appropriate prompt for the n

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CCaallll FFuunnccttiioonnss CCaallll FFuunnccttiioonnss Adjusting the Volume Voice Dialing During a call, if you want to adjust the voice volume, You can dial a phone number only by speaking a name. Before using the Voice Dialing feature, you must use the volume keys on the left side of the phone. program your phone to recognize the name and number by using the Voice Dial menu. For further Press to increase and to decrease the volume. The illustration shows the volume level. The mo

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CCaallll FFuunnccttiioonnss CCaallll FFuunnccttiioonnss Answering a Call Options During a Call When somebody calls you, the phone sounds the Your phone provides a number of functions that you can ringer and shows the animated phone icon in the use during a call. As many of the In-call options are middle of the LCD display. network services, you may not be able to all of these functions at all times. If the caller can be identified, the caller’s phone Press during a call to access the

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CCaallll FFuunnccttiioonnss CCaallll FFuunnccttiioonnss Using Caller ID Three-Way Calling This feature tells you who is calling you by displaying This feature enables you to conduct conference calls the caller’s number when the phone rings. If a caller’s with two separate parties at the same time. The phone name and number are stored in your Phonebook, the records each party into the Outgoing call log. Also, You corresponding name is also displayed. If you call are billed airtime for each outg


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