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1 Table of Contents Section 1: Getting Started .............................................. 5 Understanding this User Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Setting Up Your Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2 Gmail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Google Talk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3 Google Play Store . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Media Hub . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Memo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4 Operating Environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 FCC Hearing Aid Compatib ility (HAC) Regul ations for Wireless Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 Restricting Children's Access to Your Mobile Device .
Getting Started 5 Section 1: Getting Star ted This section allows you to qui ckly start using your Samsung SCH-R930 phone by installing th e SIM and microSD ca rds, installing and charging the battery , activati ng your service, a nd setting up your vo icemai l account.
6 T ext Conventions This manual provides condensed in formation abou t how to use your phone. T o make this possible , the follow ing text conventions are used to represent often-used steps: Example: “From the Home screen, press Menu , then touch Settings ➔ Wireless & networ ks ➔ Wi-Fi settings .
Getting Started 7 Inst alli ng the SIM Car d When you subscribe to a 4G L TE cellular network, you are provided with a plug-in SIM card load ed with yo ur subscription details, such as your PIN, availa ble optional services, and many others features. This SIM card wi ll only work with this device.
8 SIM Card L imited Warr anty Subject to the exclusions contained belo w , United Sta tes Cellular Corporation (“U.S. Cellular”) wa rrants to the original purc haser (“Y ou” or “Y our”) of.
Getting Started 9 Inst alli ng the Memor y Car d Y our device lets yo u install a microSD (SD) or micr oSDHC memory card to expand available memo ry to store i mages, videos, music, applications, and data. 1. Remove the battery cover . 2. Locate the mic roSD card slot on the i nside of the phone.
10 4. Firmly press the card into the slot and release it. The ca rd should pop partially out of the slot. 5. Remove the card from the slot. 6. Replace the battery cover . For more information, refer to “Installing the battery cover” on page 11. Installing the Batter y 1.
Getting Started 11 Inst alli ng the batte r y co ver 䊳 Align the cover and press it fi rmly into p lace, making sure it snaps into place at the corners. Char ging t he Batt er y Y our phone is powered by a rechar geable Li-ion ba ttery. A wall charger , which is used for charging the battery , is included with your phone.
12 Note: Verify that the battery is installed prior to connecting the wall charger . If both the wall charger is connected and the battery is not installed, the handset will power cycle continuously and prevent proper operation. Failure to unplug the wall charger before you remove the battery, can cause the phone to become damaged.
Getting Started 13 Import ant!: If your handset has a touch screen display , please note that a touch screen responds best to a light touch from the pad of your finger or a non-metallic stylus. Using excessive force or a metallic object when pressing on the touch screen may damage the tempered glass surface and void the warranty .
14 TTY Mode Y our phone is fully TTY -compat ible , allowing you to c onnect a TTY device to the phone’ s headse t jack. Before you can use your phone with a TTY device, you’ll need to enable TTY Mod e. For more informat ion, refer to “TTY mode” on page 120.
Getting Started 15 V oicemail All unanswere d calls to your phone are sent to voicemail, even if your phone is turned off, so you’ ll want to set up your voicemail and personal greeting as soon as you activate your phone. Setti ng up Voicemail 1. Press Home , then touch Phone , then touc h and hold .
16 Roamin g When you travel outside your home network’ s coverage area, your phone can roam to acquire se rvice on other co mpatible digital network s. When Roaming is activ e, the Roaming icon ( ) appears in the Annunciator Li ne (Notification Bar) of the display .
Getting Started 17 Unlocking with a P er sonal Scr een Unlock P atter n 1. Press Home to wake the screen. 2. Draw your personal u nlock pattern on the screen. For more information, refer to “Set unlock patter n/Change unlock pattern” on page 125. Unlocking with a Pass word 1.
18 Section 2: Understanding Y our Phone This section outlines key features of your phone, inc luding keys, displays, and icons. F eatures • 4.3" Super Amoled Plus touch screen • 7-page Home s.
Understanding Y our Phone 19 F r ont View 1. Earpiece : Listen to ca llers. 2. Camera Lens : Used when ta king photos or recording videos. 3. Menu Key : Press to display optio ns for the current screen. 4. Home Key : Press to display the Home screen. Press and hold at any time to launch T a sk Manager .
20 Side Views 1. 3.5mm Headset Jack : allows you to plug in headphones. 2. Accessory Hook : Attach optiona l accessories, such as a lanyard, here. 3. Vo lume Key : From a Home screen, pr ess to adjust Master Volume. During calls or music playback, press to adjust volume.
Understanding Y our Phone 21 Bac k View 1. Camera Lens : Used when ta king photos or recording videos. 2. Flash : Used when taking pictures or record videos in low light. 3. Back Cover : Protects the batter y , L TE SIM sl ot, and Memor y Card slot. 4.
22 T ouch Screen Display Y our phone’ s touch screen display is the inte rface to its features. 1. Annunciator Line : Presents icons to show network status, battery po wer , and connecti on details. (For more information, refer to “Annunciator Line” on page 23.
Understanding Y our Phone 23 Changing the S creen Orientation Y our SCH-R930 can automa tically change the orientation of some screens. The phone’ s built-in accelerome ter senses movement and changes a screen’ s orientatio n from portrait to landscape.
24 1X Connection Active : Phone is acti ve on a 1X system. 3G Connection Active : Phone is active on a 3G syste m. 4G Connection Active : Phone is active on a 4G syste m. Roaming : Phone is c urrently roaming outside your service coverage area. USB Connected :The phone is connect ed to a computer using a USB cable.
Understanding Y our Phone 25 Phone Naviga tion Navigate your phone’ s features using the co mmand keys and the touch screen. Warning !: If your handset has a touch screen display , please note that a touch screen responds best to a light touch from the pad of your finger .
26 Notification P anel The Notification Panel shows in formati on about connections, messages and other it ems. 䊳 Sweep your finger downward from the top of the screen.
Understanding Y our Phone 27 Home Screen The Home screen is the starti ng point for using your phone. Note: Unless stated otherwise, instructions in this User Manual start with the phone unlocked, at the Home screen.
28 Adding and r emoving H ome scr een panels Y our phone comes with 7 Ho me screen panels. Y ou can customize the Ho me screen to in clude up to the seven default panels, and set one as Home. 1. Navigate to a Home scre en panel, then press Menu . 2. T ouch Edit page .
Understanding Y our Phone 29 Customizing the Home Screen Panels Customize the Home sc reen panels to suit y our preferences. • Add Widgets : For more information, refer to “Adding Widgets to a Home Screen panel” on page 29. • Add Shortcuts : For more info rmation, refer to “Adding Shortcuts to a Home Screen panel” on page 31.
30 Remo ving Widg ets 䊳 T ouch and hold the Widget unt il the trashcan icon ( ) appears, then drag the Widget to the icon. Latitude : Share your locati on with selected people. Google Play Store : Browse, download, and install Android applic ations.
Understanding Y our Phone 31 Adding Shortcuts to a Home Screen pa nel Use Shortcuts for quick access to applications or features, such as Gmail or other applications. 1. Navigate to the desired Home screen panel. (For more information, refer to “Extended Home Screen” on page 27.
32 3. T ouch Folde rs , then touch a s election to add i t to the Home screen: Remo ving Folders 䊳 T ouch and hold the Folder until the trashcan icon ( ) appears, then drag the Folder to the icon. Changing the Wallpaper on a Home S creen panel Choose a picture to display in th e background of a Home screen panel.
Understanding Y our Phone 33 3. Sweep your finger right or left to scroll the A pplicatio ns screens. 4. T o uch and h old on a n Appli c ation icon. The Application shortcut or widget is auto matically copied onto the selected Home screen panel.
34 Section 3: Call Functions This section describes how to make , answer , or end calls. This section also describe s your p hone’s features and f unctio nality associated with making or answering c alls. Making Calls Y our phone offers multiple ways to make calls: • Use the touch screen Keypad to enter a telephone or speed dia l number .
Call Functions 35 Dialing Emer gency Numbers When you call an Emergency Number , such as 911, do not disconnect the call or ma ke other calls until advise d to do so by the emergency operator . This enables emergency operators to more easily dispatch aid, such as police, fire fighting, and emergenc y medica l personnel.
36 Making Calls us ing Fav orites Favorites are Contacts you desi gnate as favorites by starring them, or Contacts you call frequently . (For more information about designating favorites, see “Favorites” on page 54.) 1. Navigate to a Home screen panel, then touch Phone .
Call Functions 37 Sendin g Calls to V oi cemail When your phon e alerts you to an incom ing call, you can ignore the call to send t he caller to vo icemail, or reject t he call and send a message to the c aller . Ignoring a call When you ignore a call , the call is forwarded to vo icemail.
38 Ending a Call 䊳 From the In-Call screen, touch . From screens other than the In-Call screen, do the following: 1. Open the Notifica tion Panel. (For more inform ation, refer to “Notificat ion Panel” on page 26.) 2. On the In-Call l ine, touch .
Call Functions 39 3. Select a filter ty pe, from All calls , Missed calls , Dialed calls , or Received calls . Deleting Call log recor ds 1. Navigate to a Home scre en panel, then touch Phone ➔ Call log . 2. While viewing the Call log, press Menu , then touch Delete .
40 Section 4: Entering T e xt This section describes how to ente r words, letters, punctuation, and numbers when you need to en ter text. Y our phone provides on-screen QWERTY keyboards to sup port quick and easy text input.
Entering T ext 41 Changing the K eyboar d Type When entering text, you can se le ct the type of on-scree n keyboard you wish to use. 1. T ouch and hold on a te xt input field, the Edit text pop-up appears. 2. Select Input method , the Select input method pop-up appears.
42 Enteri ng Symbol s and Number s T o enter common symbols, touch to s wi t c h t o s ym b o l m o d e , then touch the corresponding key . T o enter less-common symbols, touch ➔ , then touch the correspon ding key . Enter numbers by touching , then touching the number keys.
Entering T ext 43 Changing the T ext Input Mode - K eypad There are two main text input keys tha t change the on-screen keys within the Samsung keypad. The available T ext Input modes are: ?123 and Abc . Note: When in ABC mode, the ?123 key appears. When in ?123 mode, the ABC key appears.
44 Using ?1 23 Mode Use ?123 Mode to add numbers, symbols, or emoticons. 1. On the Samsung Keypad screen , touch at the bottom of th e screen. The foll owing screen appears in the display: 2. T ouch the desired number , symbol, or emot icon characters.
Entering T ext 45 Using the Swype K eyboar d The Swype keyboard offers a ne w way to enter text on touch screens. Instead of to uching each key , use yo ur finger to trace over each letter of a word. For each word, place y our finger on the first letter and gl ide to the subsequent lett ers, lifting on the last letter .
46 Swype Help While entering text, you can get help and a tuto rial about using Swype. • Ta p t h e Swype key ➔ Help ➔ Swype help to view the User Manual for Swype. • Ta p t h e Swype key ➔ Help ➔ Tu t o r i a l for an interactive tutorial.
Accounts and Contacts 47 Section 5: Accounts and Contacts This section explai ns how to manage your accounts and contacts. Accounts Y our phone provides t he ability to synchroniz e information from a.
48 Managing a Google account 1. Press Home ➔ Menu , then to uch Settings ➔ Accounts & sync . 2. T ap your Google account to show the Data & synchronization menu.
Accounts and Contacts 49 Managing a Micr osoft Exchange account 1. Press Home ➔ Menu , then touch Settings ➔ Accounts & sync . 2. T ouch your Exchange account to display settings, then touch Account settings for these settings: • General settings – Account name : Enter a name to i dentify the account.
50 • Common settings – Split view mode : When enabled, rotating th e handset to landscape mode shows both the email folder contents and a selected message . 3. Under Data & synchronization , configure these settings: •S y n c T a s k s : When enabled, synchroniz es your Exchange ta sks with your phone’ s tasks.
Accounts and Contacts 51 3. T ouch the Select Photo box to choose a picture t o identify the contact. (For more information, refer to “Gallery” on page 88.) 4. T o uch the First name and Last na me fields then enter a name for the contact using the displa yed ke ypad.
52 Creating Contacts fr om the Phone Dialer Enter a phone num ber with the Phone Dial er keypad, then save it. 1. Press Home , then touch Phone . 2. T ouch the digits of the phone number on the keypad. 3. T ouch Add to Contacts , then select Create contact from the pop-up menu.
Accounts and Contacts 53 Conta cts Dis play Opt ion s 1. Press Home , then to uch Contacts . 2. Press Menu , then touch More ➔ Display options to set these option s: • To u c h Only contacts with phones to restrict display to co ntacts with phone n umbers.
54 Sending N amecards Y ou can send a contact’ s inform ati on as a namecard over a Bluetooth connection to another Bluetooth device, or as an attachment to a Gmail message. Important!: Not all Bluetooth devices will accept contact information. Check the target device’ s documentation.
Accounts and Contacts 55 Crea ting F av orites 1. Press Home , then to uch Contacts . 2. T ouch and hold on a cont act, then select Add to Favorites from the pop-up menu. – or – T ouch a contact to disp lay it, then to uch the Star at the top right of the screen.
56 Editing a Group 1. Press Home , then touch Contacts ➔ Groups . 2. T ouch a Group to display it. 3. Press Menu , then to uch Edit group . 4. T ouch the Group Name field to change the Group Name. 5. T ouch Ringtone to choose a ringtone for call s from members of this group.
Accounts and Contacts 57 Sending a Mess a ge to G roup Members 1. Press Home , then to uch Contacts ➔ Groups . 2. T o uch a Group to display it. 3. Press Menu , then touch Send message . 4. T ouc h contacts to mark them as recipients for the new message, then touch .
58 Remo vi ng or Reassigni ng a Spee d Dial 1. Press Home , then touch Contacts . 2. Press Menu , then to uch More ➔ Speed dial . 3. Press Menu , then touch an option: •R e m o v e : T ouch a sp eed dial to remove it. • Change order : T ouch and hold a speed dial, then drag it to a new locatio n in the list.
Messaging 59 Section 6: Messaging This section describes how to send and receive messages, and how to use other features associated with messaging. Types of Messages Y our phone supports thes e types .
60 4. T ouch the Ty p e t o c o m p o s e field and compose your message. While composing a message, press Menu for these options: • Add subject : Add a subject field to th e message and enter a subject. (This option also converts the message to MMS.
Messaging 61 Managing Me ssa ges Thr eaded Vie w Messages you send and receive to the same Contact, number , or address are grouped together as a “thread”. Thr eaded messages allow you to se e all the message s you exchanged with a Contact or other recipient, with the latest message displayed first.
62 – Roaming auto-retrieve : T ouch to enable or disable automatic retrieval of MMS messages when in Roaming mode. When en abled, MMS messages download and display automatically .
Messaging 63 •D i s c a r d : Close the messa ge without sa ving. •H e l p : Show hel p information. 7. T o uch Send to send the message. Gmail acco unt settings 1.
64 3. Use the application’ s controls to chat with other Google T alk users. Email Send and receive email usi ng popular email ser vices. Note: Only some paid “Plus” accounts include POP access to allow this program to connect.
Messaging 65 3. T o uch the To field to enter re cipients. As you enter na mes or numbers, matching contacts displa y . T o uch a conta ct to add it to the fi eld. 4. T o uch the Subject field to enter a subject. 5. T ouch the text fiel d to enter the text of your email.
66 Refreshing Y our Email Account Refresh your account to update your phone from the servers. 1. Navigate to a Home screen panel, then touch Applications ➔ Email . 2. Press Menu , then to uch Refresh . Email Account Settings Use Account settings to configure handling of email from your accounts.
Messaging 67 – Security options : allows you to enable sever al security options such as: Encryption, Encryption algorith m, Sign, Sign algorithms, Em ail certificates, and Security policy li st. These security policies could restrict some functions from corporate servers.
68 Section 7: W eb and Social Networking Browser Y our phone is equipped with a full HTML Browser , which allows you to access the internet. 䊳 Navigate to a Home screen panel, then touch Applications ➔ Browser . Br ows er Fe at ur es Command K eys 䊳 T ouch Back to return to the previous page.
Web and Soc ial Networking 69 Entering a URL Access a website quickly by entering the URL. 1. Navigate to a Home scre en panel, then touch Applications ➔ Browser . 2. T o uch the URL field at the top of the screen, t hen enter the URL using the on-screen QWER TY keypad.
70 Accessing bookmar ks and histor y Launch a bookmarked page, or reload recent pages. 1. Navigate to a Home screen panel, then touch Applications ➔ Browser . 2. T ouch ➔ Bookmark s next to the URL field. 3. T ouch the Bookmarks tab, the foll owing options are available: • T ouch a bookmark t o load th e page.
Web and Soc ial Networking 71 – Share link : Send the page’ s URL via Bluetooth, Email, G mail, or Messaging. – Copy link URL : Copy the page’ s URL to the clipboard to paste in another location. – Remove from history : Remove the re cord of this page.
72 Browser Settings 1. Navigate to a Home screen panel, then touch Applications ➔ Browser . 2. T ouch Menu ➔ More ➔ Settings : • Page co ntent settings : – Default zoom : Choose a default z oom level for web pages. – Open pag es in overview : When enabled, displays an o ver view of newly-opened pages.
Web and Soc ial Networking 73 • Advanced settings : – Select search engine : Select your defa ult search engine (Google, Y ahoo!, or Bing). – Website settings : View and manage settings for indiv idual websites. – Reset to defau lt : Clear all browser d ata and reset all settings to the factory defaults.
74 – T errain : combines a topographical view of the area’ s terrain with the current map location. – Tr a n s i t L i n e s : displays the overlapping tran sit lines on your map. – Latitude : allows you to see your frie nd's locations and share your location with them .
Music 75 Section 8: Music Music A pp Also known as Google Music, allows you to br owse, shop, and playback songs purchased from Google Play Store. The music you choose is a utomatically stored in your Go ogle Music library and instantly ready to play or download.
76 3. T ap an on-screen song to op en it and begin playback. 4. Return to the Library screen from most other screens in the Music application by ta pping the Mu sic applica tion icon ( Music notification icon ) at the top-lef t of the Application bar .
Music 77 The Now playing screen opens and the song you touched or the first song in the al bum or playlist starts t o play . The tracks in the cur rent list play in order until you reach the end of the list (unless you choo se a repeat option). Otherwise, playback st ops only if you stop it, even when you switch a pplicat ions.
78 Options While Playing a S ong When you play a song, the Now playing screen displays. There are various options and controls availa ble while a song is playing: 1. From the Home screen, tap ( Applications ) ➔ ( Music ). 2. T ap a song. 3. While the music is playing, press ( Menu ) to display the following options: 4.
Music 79 5. T ap the Album cover to see it full screen. 6. Ta p ( Menu ) ➔ Settings to display the following options: • Open source licenses : Displays the Op en source licenses for th is device. •H e l p : Launches a web tutori al on how to use Google Musi c.
80 Playing Mus ic 1. From the Home screen, touch Applications ➔ Music Player . 2. Select a tab to display your music fi les, from All , Playlists Albums , or Artists . 3. Browse through your avai lable music to find songs. 4. T ouch a song or playlist to begin playback.
Music 81 Setti ng a so ng as a r ingto ne Y ou can se t a song as a ringtone for al l voice calls, for calls fro m an individual contact , or as an alarm tone.
82 Section 9: Pictures and Vi deos Camera Use your phone’ s built -in Camera to take pictures and record videos. 䊳 From the Home screen, touch Applications ➔ Camera . Important!: Do not take photos of people without their permission. Do not take photos in places where cameras are not allowed.
Pictures and Videos 83 Camera Options 䊳 While in Camera mode, touch the Options tab to configure: • Swap Camera : T og gle between t he front an d rear cameras.
84 • Settings ➔ Settings – Guidelines : Enable or disable an on-s creen grid to aid in photo composition. – Review : Enable or disable the ins tant review feature, to display images immediately after captu re. – Shutter Sound : Select a tone to play when the camera’ s shutter opens and closes.
Pictures and Videos 85 Capturing Video 1. From the Home screen, touch Applications ➔ Came ra ➔ Mode button. The icon changes to . 2. Using the display as a view fi nder , compose your shot by aiming the lens at the subject. • T o configure settings, see “Camcorder Options” on page 85.
86 • Settings ➔ Camcorder – Outdoor vis ibility : Enhances screen rea dability in bright light. – Timer : Set a delay before sta rting recording. – Resolution : Choose a size for the recor ding. – White balance : Choose a setting for the light source.
Pictures and Videos 87 4. T o display or hide on-screen playback contro ls, touch the Video Player scree n. The following controls a re available: •S i z e : T ouch to change image siz e from full screen to small -size proporti onal image or large- size propor tional i mage.
88 5. Press to browse content using these option s: •M o v i e s : Displays a list of the m ost recently available mov ies. • TV Shows : Displays shows that aired by date.
Pictures and Videos 89 Vie wing V ideos 1. Navigate to a Home scre en panel, then touch Applications ➔ Gallery . 2. T ouc h a categor y , then to uch a video to play it.
90 Section 10: Connections In addition to its network co nnections, your phone includes features to connec t to the internet and to ot her devices, via Wi-F i, Bluetooth, VPN, and Dial Up Networking. Wi -F i Wi-Fi is a wireless networking tech nology tha t provides access to local area netwo rks.
Connections 91 4. T o uch a Wi-Fi hot s pot to connect. • If the Wi- Fi hotspot is op en, you will b e automatic ally connec ted. (Open hotspots can re quire to you launch Browser and agree to a set of netw ork usage ru les that appear in the Brows er window .
92 Important!: When using Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot, charges apply when roaming. Check your calling plan for applicable charges in the location where you plan to use service. 4. T ouch Continue to acknowledge th e Roaming messa ge. 5. T ouch Automatic (An SSID and key are created for your Hotspot) or Manual (allows customiz ed settings).
Connections 93 Blueto oth Bluetooth is a short-ra nge wireless communi cations technology for exchanging info rmation over a di stance of about 30 fe et. Y ou don’t need to line up the de vices to send information with Bluetooth. If the devices ar e in range, you can exchange informatio n between them, even if they are in different rooms.
94 T ethering When activated, T ethering uses your phone to provide a USB- connected device (such as a pers onal computer) wi th access to your Wireless Provider’ s netw ork. Important!: Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot requires a data connection and consumes battery power.
Connections 95 T ransfer ring Files to a Memor y Card 1. Connect your phone to a pers onal computer with the USB Cable. Y our phone should re cognize the connection and should display the USB conn ected screen a nd USB connected in the Status Bar and Notifications Panel.
96 Section 11: Applications Applications display on the Appl ications screens to provide access to your phone’ s applications. Y ou can also place shor tcuts to applic ations on the Ho me screen, for quick acc ess to the applicatio n. (For more in formation, refer to “Adding Applicatio ns to a Home Screen panel” on page 32.
Applications 97 AllShare Share your media cont ent with other DLNA certi fied™ (Digital Living Network Alliance) Devices over W i-Fi connections. Note: Y ou must activa te Wi-Fi and connect to a Wi-Fi network to use this application. (For more information, refer to “Wi-Fi” on page 90.
98 5. Select one or more media fi les you want to transmit to the playback device. An orange checkmark appears whe n you select a media file. 6. T ouch Add to playlist . Y our phone begins searching for compatible Wi-Fi devices. 7. Select a playba ck device from the on-sc reen list.
Applications 99 Books With Google Books, yo u can find more than 3 million fr ee ebooks and hundreds of thousands more to buy in the eBookstore. 䊳 From t he Applications menu, touc h Books . Browser Y our phone includes a full HTML Browser , to access the internet.
100 • Set alerts & notifications : Adjusts the event no tification method. Choose from: Alert, Statu s bar notifi cation, and Of f. •V i b r a t e : Activates this notificati on option. Selections are: Al ways, Only in Sile nt mode, or Never .
Applications 101 Downloads Displays lists of content previously downlo aded via the Interne t. 䊳 From t he Applications screen, touch Downloads . Email Send and receiv e email using popular e mail services. (For more information, refer to “Email” on pa ge 64.
102 3. T ouch the desired Wi-Fi networ k listing to connect to it. 4. Log on to your Google acco unt. (For more information, refer to “Configur ing Y our Gmai l Account” on page 62.) 5. Navigate to a Home screen panel, then touch Applications ➔ Latitude .
Applications 103 Shari ng your Locati on wit h Friends 1. From your Latitude screen , touch to d isplay your Latitude friends. At first, on ly your name is displayed. – or – From the Maps screen, touch to display y our Latitude friends. At first , only your name is displayed.
104 • Navigation : accesses a beta ve rsion of Good Ma ps Naviga tion. Note : Do not manipulate this application while driving. T raffic data is not real -time, and dire ctions may be wro ng, danger ous, pr ohibited , or involve ferries. Walking routes may be missing sidewalks or pedestr ian pat hs.
Applications 105 – Share this place : Send the location information via Me ssaging, Email, Gmail, or Bluetooth. – Report a problem with the map : Send an error re port to Google Maps.
106 Google Play Store Google Play Sto re provides access to download able applications and games to install on your phone . Google Play also allows you to provide feedback and comments about an application, or flag an applicat ion that might be incompa tible with your phone.
Applications 107 5. If prompted, follow th e on-s creen instructions to pay for the ap plicat ion. 6. Check the progress of the current do wnload by opening the Notifi cations pa nel. 7. After the item is downloaded and installed on your phone, the content downlo ad icon appears in t he notificatio n area of the status bar .
108 Mobile TV Y ou can watch television sho ws on you device. Select from a list of options. 䊳 From the Applications screen, touch Mobile TV . Important!: After the trial period, charges for service apply. Contact your Wireless Provider for details.
Applications 109 Places Find places of interest near your Latitude l ocation. (For more information about Latitude, see “Latitude” on page 101.) 䊳 From t he Applications screen, touch Places .
110 T o use Voice Control, speak natu rally into your phone, at a distance of 3-12 inches. There is no need to “train” V oice Control, it is designed to recognize natural speech. 䊳 From the Applications screen, touch Voice D ialer . Note: At each step, Voice Control displays a list of available commands.
Applications 111 V oice Recorder Record your voice or other so unds, and share recordings via Bluetooth, Messaging, or Gmail. 䊳 From t he Applications screen, touch Voice recorder . V oice Search Search your phone a nd the In ternet using spoken criteria.
112 Section 12: Settings This section explains Settings for customizing your phone. Accessing Settings 䊳 Press Home ➔ Menu , then touch Settings . – or – Navigate to a Home screen panel, then touch Applications ➔ Settings . The Settings menu appears in the display .
Settings 113 Advanced Wi-F i settings 䊳 From t he Settings menu, touch Wireless & networks ➔ Wi-Fi settings ➔ Advanced . • Wi-Fi sleep policy : Specify when to switch from Wi-Fi to mobile data for data communicat ions. T ouch to cho ose from When screen turns off , Never when plugged in , or Never .
114 Portable W i-Fi Hotspot Settings 1. From the Settings menu, touch Wireless & networks ➔ Portab le Wi-Fi Hotspot ➔ Network Settings . 2. T ouch Configure to setup your P ort able Wi-Fi Hotspot: Note: The first time you touch Configure, you are prompted to confirm that you want to setup your Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot.
Settings 115 Bluetooth Y our phone supports Bluetooth ® 3.0 + EDR. Bluetooth pr ofiles Bluetooth profiles ar e specifications for se rvices supported by individual devices. Prof iles improve the abil ity of different devices to work together . Y our phone supp orts these Bluetooth profiles: • Headset : HSP v1.
116 •D i s c o v e r a b l e : Cont rol your phone’s visibili ty to othe r device s’ Bluetooth sea rches. T ouch to tu rn On or Off . Available wh en Bluetooth is turned On. •D i s c o v e r a b l e t i m e o u t : Contr ols how l ong the de vice wil l be v isible for .
Settings 117 Te t h e r i n g Use T ethering to share your devi ce’ s internet connection with another device that connects to your device via USB cable. 1. From the Home screen, touch Menu ➔ Settings ➔ Wireless & network ➔ Te t h e r i n g .
118 T o establish a L2TP/IPSec PSK (Pre-shared key based L2TP/IPSec): 1. Establish a VPN name (a na me for this connection). 2. Set the V PN server . 3. Set IPSEc pre-shared key . 4. Enable L2TP secret. 5. Set L2TP secret. 6. Set the DNS search do mains.
Settings 119 2. Ta p Data roaming to connect to data ser vices while roaming outside your netwo rk. – or – Ta p Data roaming again to remove the green check mark and deactiva te the feat ure. System selection Y ou can select whether your phone supports roaming outside your home area in y our Wireless Provider’ s network.
120 A u to retr y When enabled, your phone wi ll automatical ly re-attempt a call when it encounters a network busy signal. 䊳 From the Settings menu, touch Call setting s ➔ Auto retry to enable or disable automa tic call retr y . When enabled, a check mark appe ars in the check box.
Settings 121 Emer gency Number Emergency Numbers lets you set up to 3 n umbers that your phone will be able to call with your phone in Airplane M ode or locked. (For more in formation, refer to “Dialing Emerge ncy Numbers” on page 35.) Note: 911 is preset as one of the Emergence numbers.
122 5. T ouch and enable Use incoming call v olume for notifications . – or – T ouch and drag the slider to set Notification volum e . 6. T ouch OK to save your setting(s). Incoming calls Phone ringtone Choose a default ringtone for all incoming calls.
Settings 123 Haptic feedback When enabled, the phone vibra tes to indicate scre en touches and other interac tions. 䊳 From the Settings menu, touch Sound ➔ Haptic feedback to enable or disable vibration. When e nabled, a check mark appears in the check box and Vibration intensity is activated.
124 A uto- rot ate scr een Enable or disable automat ic rota tion of th e screen when you turn the phone clockwise or counterclockwise. 1. From the Settings menu, touch Display . 2. T ouch Auto-rotate screen to enable or d isable automatic screen orientation.
Settings 125 Import ant!: By selecting Standal one GPS services , you are allowing access to all location information by an y third party through web access or any software or peripheral components you choose to install, download, add, or attach to the device or any other means.
126 Set unlock patter n/Change unlock PIN A screen unlock PIN is a Personal Identifica tion Number you enter and use to unlock your phone. 1. From the Settings menu, touch Location & security ➔ Set screen lock or Change screen lock . 2. T ouch PIN .
Settings 127 Credential storage Use secure cr edentials Y ou can instal l credentials from an optional installed memor y card, and use the Credential storage settings to allow applications to access th e secure certificates and othe r credentials.
128 Unkno wn sources When enabled, allows i nstallation of applications from so urces other than the Go ogle Play . 䊳 From the Settings menu, touch Applications ➔ Unknown sources to enable or disable the set ting. When enabled, a check mark appe ars in the check box.
Settings 129 Batter y use View a list of phone subsystems and the percentage of battery power used by each of them. 䊳 From the Settings menu, touch Applications ➔ Batter y use . T ouch an item to view subsystem information. Dev elo pment Set options for applic ation development.
130 Auto-sync When enabled, all accounts sync da ta at any ti me, automati cally . 䊳 From the Settings menu, touch Accounts & sync ➔ Auto- sync to enable or disable t he setting. When enabled, a check mark appe ars in the check box. Manage ac counts Use Manage accounts to set up and configure your accounts.
Settings 131 Personal data Factor y data reset Use Factory data reset to retu rn your phone to it s factory defaults. This setting erases all data from your phone, including your Google or other emai l account settings, system and application data and settings, and download ed applica tions.
132 3. To u c h User dictionary to Add and/or remove words from your user dictionary . T ext s etti ngs Configure tex t entry opti ons to your preferences. Select input method Select the default on-scree n keypad that a ppears when you touch a text entr y field.
Settings 133 Samsung keypad Configure Samsung keypad setti ngs. For more in formation about entering text with the Samsung keypad. 1. From t he Settings menu, touch Language & keyboard ➔ Samsung keypad to enable/disable the Samsung screen keyboard.
134 • Auto-capitalization : When e nabled, automat ically capitalizes the first letter of the first word in a sentence. • Show settings key : Assigns when the Android k eyboard sett ings key appears. C hoose from: Autom a tic, Always show, or Always hide.
Settings 135 V oice output T ext-to-speech settings T ext-to-speech provide s audible readout of t ext, for example, the contents of text messa ges, and the Caller ID for incoming ca lls. 1. From t he Settings menu, touch Voice input and output ➔ T ext-to-speech settings .
136 The po w er ke y When enabled, this option l ets you end calls by pressing the Power -Lock key . 䊳 From the Settings menu, touch Accessibility ➔ The power key ends calls to enable/disable this option. When activated, a check mark appears in the box.
Settings 137 • Firmware ve rsion : Display the firmwar e version of your phone. • Baseband version : Display the baseband ve rsion of your phone. • Kernel ve rsion : Display th e kernel versi on of your p hone. • Build number : Displ ay your phone’s build numb er .
138 Section 13: Health and Saf ety Infor mation This section outlines th e safety precautions associated with using your phone. The term s “mobile device” or “cell phone” are used in this section to refer to your phone. Read this information b efore using your mobile device .
Health and Safety Information 139 While RF en ergy does not ionize part icles, la rge amounts can increase body temperatures and cause tissue damage. T wo areas of the body , the eyes and the t estes, are particular ly vulnerable to RF heating because there i s relatively little blood flow in them to carry a way excess heat.
140 Risk of Brain Cancer fr om Expo sure to Ra dio F r equency Fields in Childhood and Adolescence (MOBI-KIDS) MOBI-KIDS is an internati onal study investiga ting the relationshi p between exposure to rad io frequenc y energ y from communication technolo gies in cluding cell pho nes and brain cancer in young people.
Health and Safety Information 141 Hands-Free Kits Hands-free kits may include audi o or Bluetooth ® headsets and various types of body-worn acce ssories such as belt-clips and holsters. Combinations of these ca n be used to reduce RF energ y absorption from cell phones.
142 Additional informa tion on the safe ty of RF exposures from various sources can be obtained from the following organizations (updated 10/1/2010): • FCC RF Safety Program: http://www .fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/ . • Environmental Protection Agenc y (EPA): http://www .
Health and Safety Information 143 SAR tests are conducted using st and ard opera ting positions accepted by the FCC with the pho ne transmitting at its highest certified power level in all test ed frequency bands.
144 Note: This equipment has been te sted and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital de vice, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are de signed to provide reasonable protection ag ainst harmful in terference in a re sidential installation.
Health and Safety Information 145 Before answering ca lls, consider your circumstance s. Let the call go to voicemail when drivi n g conditions require.
146 • Do not let the phone or batter y come in contact with liquids. Liquids can get into the phone's circuits, leading to corrosion. Even when the phone appears to be dry and appears to operate normally , the circuitry could slowly corrode and pose a safety hazard.
Health and Safety Information 147 • Misuse or use of incompatible phones, batteries, and charging devices could result in damage to the equipment and a possible risk of fire, explos ion, or leakage, leading to serious injuries, damages to your phone, or other serious hazard .
148 Follo w local re gulations regar ding disposal of mobile devices and batteries Dispose of your mobile device and batteries in accordance with local regulations. In so me areas, the disposal of these ite ms in household or business trash may be prohibited.
Health and Safety Information 149 GPS & AG PS Certain Samsung mobile devices can use a Global P ositioning System (GPS) signa l for location-based applications.
150 Emergency Calls This mobile device, like a ny wireless mobi le device, operates using radio signa ls, wireless and landline n etworks, as well as user -programmed functions, whic h cannot g uarantee connection in all conditi ons, areas , or circumstances.
Health and Safety Information 151 Extreme heat or cold Avoid temperatures below 0°C / 32°F or above 45°C / 113°F . Microwaves Do not try to dry your mobile devic e in a microwave oven. Doing so may cau se a fire or explosion. Dust and dirt Do not expose your mobile de vice to dust, dirt, or sand.
152 • Set the volume in a qu iet environment and select the lowest volume at which you can hear adequately . • Be aware that you can adapt to higher volume settings over time, not realizing that the higher volume may be harmful to your hea ring.
Health and Safety Information 153 Operating Environment Remember to follow any special regula tions in force in any are a, and always switch your mobile device off whenever it is forbidden to use it, or when it may cause interfer ence or danger .
154 For more information see: http://www .fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety/rf- faqs.html# . Other Medical Devices If you use any other personal medical devices, consult the manufacturer of yo ur device to determine if it is adequate ly shielded from external RF energ y .
Health and Safety Information 155 FCC Hearing Aid Compatibility (HA C) Regulations for Wireless Devices The U.S . Federal Co mmunica t ions Commission (FCC) has established requirements for digita l wireless mobile devices to be compatible wit h hear ing aids and other assi stive hearing dev ices.
156 Under the standard, this should pr ovide the hearing aid user with normal use while using the hear ing aid with the particular wireless mobile devi ce. A sum of 6 or mo re would indicate excellent performa nce. However , these are not guara ntees that all users will be satisfie d.
Health and Safety Information 157 FCC Notice and Cautions FCC Notice The mobile device may cause TV or radio interferenc e if used in close proximity to receiv ing equi pment. The FCC can require you to stop using the mo bile device if such int erference cannot be eliminated.
158 • Failure to o bser ve these instructions may lead to the suspension or denial of cell phone services to the offender , or legal action, or bo th. • While using your device, leave some lights o n in the room and do not hold the screen too clo se to your eyes.
Warranty Information 159 Section 14: W ar ranty Infor mation Standard Limited War ranty What is covered and for how long? SAMSUNG TELECOMMUNI CA TIONS AMERICA, LLC (“SAMSUNG”) warrants that SAMSUN.
160 charging the batter y; (ii) an y of the seals on the ba ttery a re broken or show evidence of tampering; or (iii) the ba ttery has been used in equipm ent other than the SAMSUNG phone for which it is specified.
Warranty Information 161 INCONVENIENCE; INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES; OR DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE PR ODUCT .
162 arbitration provision. The arbitr ator shall decide all issues of interpretatio n and applicat ion of this arbitration provision and t he Limited Warranty . For any arbitration in which your tota l damage claims, e xclusive of attorney fees and exp ert witness fees, are $5,000.
Warranty Information 163 Prec autions for Transfer an d Dispos al If data store d on this device is deleted or reforma tted using the standard methods, th e data only a ppears to be removed on a superficial level, and it may be po ss ible for someon e to retrieve and reuse the data by me ans of special software.
164 the Softwa re available over a net w ork where it could be used by multiple co mputers at the same time. Y ou may make one copy of the Software in machine-reada b le form for backup purposes only; provided that the backup copy must include all copyrigh t or other proprietar y notices contai ned on the original.
Warranty Information 165 apply to the Software, including th e U.S. Export Administration Regulations, as well a s end user , end use, a nd destination restrictions issued by U. S. and other governments. 8. TERMINA TION. This EULA is effe ctive until terminated.
166 PRODUCT DISTRIBUTED BY SAMS UNG, IS DOWN LOADED, OR OTHERWISE OBTAINED. USE OF ANY THIRD-P ARTY APPLICAT ION IS DONE A T PURCHASER’S OW N DISCRETION AND RISK AND PURCHASER IS SOLEL Y RES PONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMA GE TO YOUR MOBILE DEVICE OR LOSS OF DA TA THA T RESUL TS FROM THE DOWNLOADING OR USE OF SUCH THIRD-PARTY APPLICA TIONS.
Warranty Information 167 JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLO W TH E EXCLUSION OR LIMIT A TION OF INCIDENT AL OR CONSEQUENT IAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMIT A TION OR EXCLUSIO N MA Y NOT APPL Y TO YOU.
168 Index A Abc mode 43 Accessibility settings services 135 Text-to-speech 135 Accounts adding a Corporate account 48 adding a Google account 47 setting up a Facebook account 50 setting up a Twitter a.
169 rejecting 37 sending to voicemail 37 silencing a ringer 36 three-way 36 using Speed Dials 35 using the Dialer 34 using Voice Commands 35 Voice Dial er 35 Camcorder recordi ng vide o 85 settings 85.
170 F Facebook setting up an account 50 FCC Hearing Aid Compatibility (HAC) Regulations for Wireless Devices 155 FCC Notice and Cautions 157 G Gallery 88 sharing pictures and video 89 viewing pictures.
171 Gmail 62 managing 61 settings 61 Talk 63 threaded view 61 types 59 Messaging Insert Smiley 60 Options 60 microSDHC card 9 Mobile Networks Data Roami ng 118 Mobile networks 94 , 118 Mobile Networks.
172 Q QWERTY keybards Virtual Keyboard Types 40 R Reducing Exposure Hands-Free Kits and Other Accessories 140 Reset factory data 131 Responsible Listening 151 Restricting Children's Access to You.
173 Text Input Abc mode 43 numeric mode 44 symbol mode 44 Text settings Android keyboard 133 Swype 132 Threaded view 61 Touch Screen audible touch tones 122 haptic feedback 123 orientation se tting 12.
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