Samsung BN66 manual

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    GEN_SM-R380_SamsungGear2_UM_English_BN66_040914_CH_F2 User Manual Please read this manual before ope[...]

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    Warning! This p rodu ct c on ta ins c he mi ca ls k now n to t he S ta te of Ca li for nia t o cau s[...]

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    Disclaimer of W arranties; E xclusion of Liability EXCEPT AS SET FORTH IN T HE EXPR ESS W AR RAN T Y[...]

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    Samsung T elecommunications America (ST A ), LLC Headquarters : 1301 E. Look out Drive Richardson, T[...]

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    Legal Information The online version of the Health/Safet y and Warranty guide for your device can be[...]

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    1 T able of Contents Intellectual Propert y .................................................... 2 [...]

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    2 Notifications ................................................................. 46 My apps ......[...]

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    3 Sect ion 1 : Get ting Star ted Abo ut G ear 2 When you connect the Samsung Gear 2™ (also referr[...]

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    Section 1: Getting Started 4 Dev ic e l ayou t Gear 2 Infrared LED/Camera P ower button[...]

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    5 Speaker Hear t rate sensor Charging terminals Microphone ● Ens ur e th at t he s tr ap i s k[...]

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    Section 1: Getting Started 6 Charging Dock USB por t Charging terminals Pow er Bu tton The Power B[...]

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    7 Maintaining w ater and dust resistance The device may be damaged if water or dust enters the devic[...]

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    Section 1: Getting Started 8 Cha rgi ng t he bat t er y Charge the bat tery before using the Gear [...]

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    9 1. Locate the location of the charging terminals on the Gear 2™ and the charging dock. Chargi[...]

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    Section 1: Getting Started 10 2. Place the Gear on the charging dock with the charging terminals[...]

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    11 3. Plug the small end of the charger cable into the USB port of the charging dock. Then, plug t[...]

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    Section 1: Getting Started 12 4. After fully charging, disconnect the Gear 2™ from the chargin[...]

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    13 ● Un pl ug t he c har ge r wh en n ot in u se t o sa ve en erg y. The c ha rg er d oe s not h[...]

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    Section 1: Getting Started 14 Caution! Exc es si vel y be nd ing t he st ra p may d ama ge t he de[...]

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    15 1 2 Pin 3. Press the button to close the clasp. Tip: T o mea sur e your h ea r t rat e more a [...]

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    Section 1: Getting Started 16 Rep laci ng t he st ra p The strap is held in place by small spring [...]

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    17 2. Lift the strap out to detach it from the Gear 2™. 3. On the new strap, insert one side [...]

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    Section 1: Getting Started 18 4. On the new strap, insert one side of the pin into the Gear 2™[...]

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    19 T urnin g t he Gear o n and o f f When you turn on the Gear 2™ for the first time, follow the [...]

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    Section 1: Getting Started 20 Notices for using Bluetoot h ● Pla ce t he d ev ic es c lo se t [...]

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    21 6. From the Mobile device, when the Bluetooth pairing request displays, tap OK .[...]

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    Section 1: Getting Started 22 7. Tap OK when the Confirm passkey screen displays. 8. The In[...]

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    23 Note: The G ear Manager appl ication guide displays. ● You ca n co nf ig ur e th e Ge ar 2[...]

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    Section 1: Getting Started 24 Locking and unlo cking the Gear When not in use, lock the Gear 2™ [...]

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    25 Sect ion 2 : Basics Viewing mobile device connect ion stat us and batter y statu s Scroll left [...]

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    Section 2: Basics 26 Using the touch screen Use only fingers to use the touch screen. Important! [...]

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    27 Double -tapping Double - tap on an image to zoom in a part . Double - t ap again to return. T o c[...]

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    Section 2: Basics 28 Flick you finger down from the top of the screen while using apps to r eturn[...]

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    29 Pinching Spread two fingers apar t on an image to zoom in a part. Pinch to zoom out .[...]

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    Section 2: Basics 30 Viewing the Home screen When you connect your Gear™ 2 to the mobile device [...]

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    31 Panel 1 WatchON Remote : Use the Gear™ 2 as a remote control for a T V or set- top box. S Voic[...]

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    Section 2: Basics 32 Panel 4 Notifications : Stay up- to-date with a variety of events, such as m[...]

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    33 Using the Clock scree n ► Press the Power button to display the Clock screen. Editing Home s[...]

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    Section 2: Basics 34 Chan ging t he backgr ound i mage Y ou can change the background color or set[...]

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    35 Closing the current application ► Tap and hold the screen with two fingers and then tap Clos[...]

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    Section 2: Basics 36 Using calling features Making a c all ► On the Home screen, tap Dialer , [...]

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    37 Ans wering a ca ll 1. Drag to the right to answer a call. If the call waiting service is act[...]

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    Section 2: Basics 38 Using noti fication s Stay up- to-date with a variety of events, suc h as mis[...]

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    39 Checking notification s at a later time 1. Tap Notifications on the Home screen. 2. Select[...]

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    Section 2: Basics 40 3. Select a notification to view the details. Notification details screen [...]

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    41 Note: Y ou ca n rec ei ve no ti fic at io ns on t he G ea r for s el ec ted i tem s. Fro m the G [...]

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    Section 2: Basics 42 Upg radin g t he Gea r 2 The Gear can be upgraded to the latest sof t ware. V[...]

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    43 Caution! Chec k the G e ar™ 2 bat t er y s ta tus b efo re up gra din g the s of t w are . Cha [...]

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    Section 3: Gear Manager 44 Sect ion 3 : Gear Ma nager Launching Gear Manager This application all[...]

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    45 Home screen styler Changes the Gear™ 2 Home screen sett ings. ► From the Gear Manager scree[...]

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    Section 3: Gear Manager 46 Noti ficat ions Stay up- to-date with a variety of events, suc h as mis[...]

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    47 My apps Y ou can manage application sett ings installed on the Gear™ 2. Scroll up or down to vi[...]

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    Section 3: Gear Manager 48 To transfer voice memos : 1. Tap next to Voice Memo and tap Auto t[...]

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    49 Set ting s Use this application to configure the Gear™ 2 and set various options . ► From [...]

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    Section 3: Gear Manager 50 Us ing a wake - u p ges tur e Set the Gear™ 2 to recognize your gestu[...]

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    51 Set ti ng up eme rgency me ss ages Set the device to send a message to recipients in an emergency[...]

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    Section 3: Gear Manager 52 Viewi ng the G ear Man ager ver sio n ► View the Gear Manager versi[...]

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    53 Sect ion 4 : Appl ications S V oice Use this application to command the G ear™ 2 by voice t o [...]

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    Section 4: Applications 54 WatchON Remote Use this application to operate the Gear™ 2 as a remot[...]

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    55 Note: Ensure t hat t he de vi ce’s inf ra red p or t is f ac ing t he de vi ce . 3. Scroll l[...]

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    Section 4: Applications 56 Deleting files 1. While viewing a file, tap → Delete → OK . 2[...]

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    57 Find M y Device Use this application to find the connected mobile device. 1. From the Apps scr[...]

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    Section 4: Applications 58 Wearing the G ear 2 D evice When measuring your heart rate, wear the Ge[...]

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    59 ● T he heart rate figures may not be accurate depending on me asurement conditions and surr[...]

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    Section 4: Applications 60 ● I f t he h ea r t ra te me as ur eme nt i s not w or ki ng p ro p[...]

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    61 Using addit ional features ► From the pedometer screen, tap to use these additional feature[...]

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    Section 4: Applications 62 Sleep Use this application to monitor your sleep patterns and record ho[...]

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    63 3. Tap Stop → OK to stop recording. Using additional f eatures ► From the Sleep screen,[...]

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    Section 4: Applications 64 Heart Rate Use this application to measure and record your current he a[...]

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    65 Using additional f eatures ► Tap on the heart rate measurement screen, to use these additio[...]

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    Section 4: Applications 66 E xercise Use this application to set diet and calorie goals and plan y[...]

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    67 Monitoring ex ercise information 1. From the Home screen, tap Exercise . 2. Select a type o[...]

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    Section 4: Applications 68 Using additional f eatures ► From the exercise screen, tap to use[...]

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    69 About Coaching The coaching feature includes Firstbeat technology to provide personaliz ed exerci[...]

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    Section 4: Applications 70 Sett ing training lev el s 1. From the running screen, tap → Coa[...]

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    71 5. Flick your finger down from the top of the screen to return to the running screen. The setu[...]

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    Section 4: Applications 72 Messages Use this application to view the mes sages received on the con[...]

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    73 Deleting messages 1. From the message navigation screen, tap → Delete . Note: Y ou ca n [...]

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    Section 4: Applications 74 Listening to mus ic ► Tap to play music. Skip to the next file.[...]

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    75 Media Controller Use this application to play and control media files. Y ou can launch the music[...]

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    Section 4: Applications 76 Stopwatch Use this application to measure the amount of elapsed time. 1[...]

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    77 Recording voice memos 1. Tap to start recording. 2. Speak into the microphone at the botto[...]

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    Section 4: Applications 78 Playing v oice memos ► Tap , and select a voice memo to play. If[...]

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    79 Email Use this application to check emails received on the connected mobile device. ► From th[...]

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    Section 4: Applications 80 Control s View the connection st atus and remaining batter y life. Adju[...]

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    81 ● I f yo ur G ea r™ 2 sav ed 5 0 pho to s or 9 v id eo s, y ou c an not t a ke mo re ph ot [...]

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    Section 4: Applications 82 T aki ng a pho to with s oun d Use this mode to capture the ambient sou[...]

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    83 Con figuring C amera set ting s ► Tap to configure the camera’s settings. Note: Not all [...]

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    Section 4: Applications 84 Timer Use this application to use the G ear™ 2 as a countdown timer .[...]

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    Section 5: Set tings 85 Sect ion 5: S et tin gs Clock Change the clock t ype that displays on the[...]

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    86 Sound Change the set tings for various sounds on the Gear™ 2. ► On the Home screen, tap Set[...]

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    Section 5: Set tings 87 Note: When t he G ea r™ 2 is co nne ct ed to a m ob ile d ev ic e, th e [...]

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    88 Privacy lock ► From the Home screen, tap Settings → Privacy lock . ● Privacy lock : A [...]

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    Section 5: Set tings 89 Gea r in fo ► From the Home screen, tap Settings → Gear info . ?[...]

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    90 Sect ion 6 : In dex A Answering a call 37 B Backup and restore 49 C Call features Making a call [...]

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    Section 6: Index 91 M Maintaining water and dust resistance 7 Measuring heart rate 64 Messages [...]

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    92 Setting up emergency contacts 51 Setting up emergency messages 51 Using a wak e -up gesture 5[...]