Samsung 10.1 manual

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    ANDROID T ABLET User Man ual Please read this manual before operating your device and keep it for fu[...]

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    GT -P7510_GalaxyT ab10.1_English_UM_XXXK EE_BH_052911_F1 Intellectual Proper ty All Intellectual Pro[...]

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    Nuance ® , VSuite ™ , T9 ® T ext Input, XT9 ® Smart Input, and the Nuance logo are tradem ark[...]

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    1 Table of Contents Section 1: Getting Started .............................................. 4 Und[...]

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    2 Section 6: Web and Social Networking ....................... 50 Browser . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    3 Location and Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 Applicatio[...]

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    Getting Started 4 Section 1: Getting Star ted This section helps yo u to quickly start using you[...]

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    5 Batter y Y our device is powered by a rechargeable, standard Li-Ion battery . A Wall/USB Charger [...]

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    Getting Started 6 2. Insert the USB cable into the Charging Head (2). 3. Insert the USB cable in[...]

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    7 T ur ning Y our De vice Off 1. Press and hold the Power/Lock Key . 2. At the pro mpt, touc h [...]

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    Getting Started 8 Unlock ing the De vice 1. Press the Power/Lock Key . 2. T o uch and d rag th[...]

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    9 5. The followin g options are av ailable: • reboot system now : turns on you r device. • a[...]

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    Understanding Y our Device 10 Section 2: Understanding Y our Device This section outlines key fea[...]

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    11 F ront and Side V iews The following items ca n be found on the front and sides of your device a[...]

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    Understanding Y our Device 12 Bac k View The following items can be found on the back of your dev[...]

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    13 6. Customize or Menu : Display options for the current screen. From the Home screen, you can a[...]

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    Understanding Y our Device 14 14. Status Icons : Indicate the status of your tablet. T ouch the [...]

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    15 Naviga ting Y our Device Use command buttons and the to uch screen to navigate. Comman d Buttons[...]

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    Understanding Y our Device 16 Notificatio ns Notificati on icons appear in the System Ba r , to t[...]

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    17 • (Brightness) : T ouch and drag the slider to set th e brightness or touch Auto to allow t[...]

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    Understanding Y our Device 18 Primar y Shor tcuts Primary Shortcuts appear at the bottom of the d[...]

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    19 On the Home scre en to the left of the ce nter Home screen, a shortcut to Y ouT ube a ppears. Fo[...]

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    Understanding Y our Device 20 Widget Options The following widgets are availabl e: • Analog C[...]

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    21 • Picture frame : Lets you select a photo and display it on a Home screen. • Pulse (large[...]

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    Understanding Y our Device 22 Adding App Sho r tcuts from the Apps Screen 1. From a Home screen, [...]

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    23 • Live W allpapers : Choose from pre-l oaded interact ive animat ed wallpaper s. T ouch a wal[...]

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    Understanding Y our Device 24 Apps Scr een The Apps screen holds all applications on your wire [...]

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    25 Calendar : Record events and a ppointments to manage your schedule. A shortcut to Calendar appea[...]

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    Understanding Y our Device 26 Movie Studio : Use Movie Studio to edit the videos you take with[...]

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    27 Y ouT ube : View and upload Y ouT ube videos, right from your device. For more information, refe[...]

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    Entering T ext 28 Section 3: Entering T ext This section describes how to en ter words, letters, [...]

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    29 Entering Upper and Lower Case Letters The default case is lower case (a bc). Enter upper and low[...]

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    Entering T ext 30 6. Continue typing your message. XT9 mode can also be used in the portrait o[...]

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    31 3. Depending on the action you want to take for the selected text, in the Application bar touch[...]

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    Contacts and Accounts 32 Section 4: Contacts and Accounts This section explains how to manage con[...]

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    33 Tip: T ouch the screen and swipe up or down to display additional fields. • To u c h First [...]

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    Contacts and Accounts 34 Conta cts Dis play Opt ion s There are various ways to displ ay you r Co[...]

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    35 Link ed Contacts Y our device can synchronize wi th multiple accounts, inc luding Google, Corpor[...]

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    Contacts and Accounts 36 4. At the prompt , choo se a sending method, then follow the prompts t[...]

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    37 Renaming or De leti ng a Gr oup Once you create a new group, th e Contacts List can be set to di[...]

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    Contacts and Accounts 38 Fa vorites Mark contact records with a bl ue sta r to identify them a[...]

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    39 Section 5: Messaging This section describes how to send and receive messages and other features [...]

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    Messaging 40 Managing Y our Gmail Account Use menu options to manage your Gmail. 1. From a Home s[...]

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    41 • Gmail account settings – Gmail sync for this account is ON/OFF : Indicates whether you hav[...]

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    Messaging 42 • Sync email from this account : For accounts t hat can sync differ ent kind s [...]

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    43 6. While composing a message , the following opti ons are displayed: • Save draft : Save the [...]

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    Messaging 44 • Notification setting s : – Email notification s : When enabled, the New Emai[...]

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    45 – IMAP se r ver : The fully resolved d omain name of your email ser vice provider’ s IMAP s[...]

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    Messaging 46 • Require sign-in : Check this option to e nter a username and password for your[...]

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    47 If your friend accepts your in vitation, they are added to your Fri ends list in T alk and you c[...]

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    Messaging 48 Addi tional T al k Options 1. While viewing your F riends list , touch to search [...]

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    49 • Chat notifications – IM notific ations : Set whether to open a dialog, display a notificat[...]

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    Web and Soc ial Networking 50 Section 6: W eb and Social Netw or king Browser Y our device is equ[...]

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    51 Tip: For convenient browsing, you can rotate the device to landscape mode. Selecting items on a[...]

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    Web and Soc ial Networking 52 Selecting T ext 1. From a Home screen, touch Browser . 2. Browse[...]

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    53 Accessing Bookmar ks and Histor y Launch a bookmarked page or reload recent pages. 1. From a Hom[...]

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    Web and Soc ial Networking 54 • Auto-fill data : If Form auto- fill is enabled, se t up the [...]

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    55 • Open pages in overview : When enable d, displays an overview of newly-open ed pages. • A[...]

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    Web and Soc ial Networking 56 Maps Menu 1. From a Home screen, touch Maps . 2. While view ing [...]

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    57 Latitude With Google Latitu de, you can see the location of all of your friends on a map or on [...]

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    Web and Soc ial Networking 58 Latitude Me nu 1. From a Home screen, touch Apps ➔ Latitud[...]

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    59 • Directions Li st : View directions in a step-by-step l ist. • Set Destination : Choose or[...]

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    Web and Soc ial Networking 60 V oice Search Voice Search offers voice -activated Google sear che[...]

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    61 8. While viewing a video , touch Menu for these additional options: •F a v o r i t e : Mark[...]

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    Music 62 Section 7: Music Music Player The Music Player plays music and other audio files that y[...]

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    63 Changi ng Libr ar y V iew Y ou can change the wa y you view the contents of your library . 1. Fr[...]

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    Music 64 Listening to Music Y ou can listen to music by using your device’ s bui lt-in speaker[...]

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    65 Options While Playing a S ong When you play a song, the Now playing screen displays. There are[...]

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    Music 66 Creat ing a Pl aylis t 1. From a Home screen, touch Apps ➔ Music . 2. T ouch an a[...]

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    67 • My page : Displays th e followi ng options: – Basket : Displays songs that you have selec[...]

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    Photos and Video 68 Section 8: Photos and Video Camera Use your device’ s built-in camera and c[...]

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    69 Camera Options Before you start taking photos, use the camera opt ions to configure the camera [...]

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    Photos and Video 70 Viewing Photos w ith the Image View er After taking a pho to , use the Image [...]

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    71 Camcorder Use your device’ s built-in Camcorder to record high-definition video in 720p resol[...]

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    Photos and Video 72 Camcorder Options Before you start recording videos , use the camcorder optio[...]

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    73 7. T ouch Menu to display the f ollowing options: – Details : Provides details about the p h[...]

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    Photos and Video 74 Vie wing Cate gori es of Pho tos an d Vid eos 1. From a Home screen, touch [...]

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    75 9. T ouch Menu to display the f ollowing options for photos: – Details : Provides details a[...]

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    Photos and Video 76 Setti ng a Phot o as Wallpa per 1. From a Home screen, touch Gallery . 2.[...]

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    77 Mo vie Studio Use Movie Studio to edit the videos you take with th e camcorder or copy onto yo[...]

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    Photos and Video 78 4. T o uch Menu to display the following options: •I m p o r t M u s i[...]

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    79 Section 9: Connections Y our device includes features to connect to the internet and to other de[...]

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    Connections 80 Scanni ng and Co nnect ing to a Wi- Fi Net work When you turn on Wi-Fi, your de v[...]

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    81 Pairin g with a Blu etoot h Device Search for a Bluetooth de vice and pair with it, t o exchange [...]

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    Connections 82 2. T o uch the Downloaded tab. 3. T o uch the app you want to uninstall. 4. [...]

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    83 Section 10: Applications and Widgets This section contains a description of each application t ha[...]

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    Applications and Widge ts 84 Browser Y our device includes a full HTML Bro wser , to access the [...]

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    85 • Week : Display the curren t week and scroll to o ther weeks. •M o n t h : Display the cur r[...]

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    Applications and Widge ts 86 Customizing the Calendar T o add additional accounts an d set up Ca[...]

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    87 5. T ouch Done to save the alarm and touch Done agai n to display the main Clock screen. Set[...]

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    Applications and Widge ts 88 Downloads Files, apps, and other items you download in Br owser , Gm[...]

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    89 Latitude Use Google Latitude to locate yo ur friends on a map and share or hide your location. F[...]

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    Applications and Widge ts 90 • Content filter : Set whic h apps ar e displ ayed and can be d[...]

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    91 Naviga tion Use Google Navigation to find a destinat ion a nd get walking or driving directions[...]

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    Applications and Widge ts 92 7. T o uch New Document to create a n ew document. The following[...]

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    93 V oice Search Perform Google searches by speakin g your search terms. For more informatio n, ref[...]

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    Settings 94 Section 11: Settings This section explains Settings fo r customizing your device. Ac[...]

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    95 T ur ning W i-Fi On or Off T urn your device’ s Wi-Fi service on or off. When you turn Wi-Fi s[...]

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    Settings 96 Add Wi-Fi Networ k T o open a dial og where you can add a Wi-Fi network by entering [...]

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    97 VPN settings The VPN settings menu allows you to set up and manage Virtual Private Networks (VPN[...]

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    Settings 98 6. T o establish a L2TP/IPSec CRT (Certificate based L2TP/ IPSec): • Ta p Add L2[...]

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    99 3. T ouch OK to save your setting. Notif icatio n Ringt one Select a default ringtone fo r mess[...]

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    Settings 100 A uto-Rotate Scr een When this op tion is checked, th e screen orientation changes [...]

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    101 Use GPS Sa tellites 1. From a Home screen, touch Apps ➔ Settings ➔ Location & [...]

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    Settings 102 Password s Visible Passw ord s When enabled, password characte rs display briefly as[...]

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    103 Applications Y ou can download and install applications from Android Market or create applica[...]

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    Settings 104 Unknown Sour ces Enable or disable i nstallation of non-Ma rket applications. 1. Fr[...]

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    105 Samsun g Apps Using the Samsung Apps option the device notifies you when you are using Wi-Fi or[...]

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    Settings 106 Adding an Account 1. From a Home screen, touch Apps ➔ Settings ➔ Accou[...]

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    107 Backup Account If you hav e enabled the Back up my data option, then the Backup account opt[...]

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    Settings 108 User Dictionar y User dictionary is a list of th e words you have added to the dict[...]

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    109 K eyboard Settings Configure tex t entry opti ons to your preferences. Cur r ent Input Method C[...]

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    Settings 110 – Auto-append : When enabled, the m ost common predicted word is automatically ad[...]

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    111 3. T ouch a ser vice to enable or disable the ser vice. When enabled, a che ck mark appears in[...]

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    Settings 112 Software Updat e The Software Update feature enabl e s you to use your device to c[...]

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    113 Section 12: Health and Saf ety Infor mation This section outlines th e safety precautions associ[...]

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    Health and Safety Information 114 enough to cause ionization of atoms a nd molecules. Therefore,[...]

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    115 Inter national Cohor t Study on Mobile Phone User s (COSMOS) The COSMOS study aims to conduct l[...]

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    Health and Safety Information 116 • Use speaker mode or a headset to pla ce more distance betw[...]

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    117 Some groups sponsored by other national governments have advised t hat ch ildren be discou ra [...]

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    Health and Safety Information 118 The FCC exposure limit incorporates a substantial margin of sa[...]

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    119 Smar t Practices W hile Driving The primary responsibility of ever y driver is the safe ope rati[...]

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    Health and Safety Information 120 • Do not place your battery in or near a heat source. Exces[...]

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    121 T o find the nearest recycl ing location, go to: www .samsung.com/recyc lingdirect or call 1-87[...]

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    Health and Safety Information 122 GPS GALAXY can use a Global Positi oning System (GPS) signal fo[...]

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    123 Care an d Main tenanc e Y our mobile device is a pr oduct of superi or design and craftsmanshi[...]

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    Health and Safety Information 124 been associated in some studie s with tinnitus (a ringing in t[...]

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    125 National Institute on Deafness and Other Communicati on Disorders National Institute s of Health[...]

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    Health and Safety Information 126 • Should read and follow the directions from the ma nufactur[...]

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    127 FCC Noti ce and Cauti ons FCC Notice The mobile device may cause TV or radi o interference if u[...]

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    Warranty Information 12 8 Section 13: W ar ranty Infor mation Standard Limited War ranty What is [...]

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    129 What are SAMSUNG's obligations? During the applicable warranty period, provided the Product[...]

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    Warranty Information 13 0 SO THE ABOVE LIMIT A TIONS AND DIS CLAIMERS MA Y NOT APPL Y TO YOU. SA[...]

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    131 For any ar bitration in which the Purchaser's total damage claims, exclusive of attorney[...]

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    Warranty Information 13 2 Severability . If any portio n of this Limited Wa rranty is held to be [...]

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    133 and only to the extent that such activi ty is expressly permitted by applicable la w notwithst[...]

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    Warranty Information 13 4 SAMSUNG is not responsible for the a vailabili ty of such applications[...]

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    135 SAMSUNG, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT POSSIBLE PU RSUANT TO APPLICABLE LAW [...]

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    Warranty Information 13 6 EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LA W , EVEN IF ANY REMED Y F AILS ITS E[...]

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    137 Index A Accessibility settings 110 Accounts setting up 32 Android keyboard configuring 28 [...]

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    138 G Gallery 73 sharing photos and video 76 viewing photos and video 74 Gmail account setting[...]

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    139 P Pairing with Bluetooth 81 Photo ID setting 75 Photos Gallery 73 setting as wallpaper 76[...]

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    140 Voice Search 60 Volume key 11 W Wallpaper setting 76 Warranty Information 128 Widgets 1[...]