Sharp GT-I9000 manual

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    GT -I9000 user manual[...]

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    Using this manual 2 Using this manual Thank you for pur chasing this Samsung mobile phone. This devi[...]

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    Using this manual 3 Cop yright informa tion Rig hts t o a ll te ch nol og ies an d pr odu cts th at [...]

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    Using this manual 4 ABOUT DIVX VIDEO Div X® is a di git al vi deo f or mat c re at ed by Di vX, In [...]

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    Contents 5 C onten ts Assembling ............................................. 9 Unpack ............[...]

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    Contents 6 P ersonal information .......................... 66 Contacts ............................[...]

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    Contents 7 ThinkF ree Oce ................................................ 9 7 V oice Dialer ....[...]

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    Contents 8 Search ............................................................... 10 8 Locale and te[...]

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    Assembling 9 Assembling Unpack Check your product box f or the following items: Mobile device •[...]

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    Assembling 10 Inser t the SIM or USIM card. 3 Place the SIM or USIM card into the devic e with •?[...]

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    Assembling 11 Charge the batt er y Before using the device f or the rst time, you must charge the[...]

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    Assembling 12 Plug the large end of the trav el adapter into a power 3 outlet. Y ou can use the devi[...]

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    Assembling 13 Inser t a memor y card (optional) T o store additional multimedia les, you must ins[...]

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    Assembling 14 Push the memory card in the memory card slot until it 3 locks in place. Replace the ba[...]

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    Assembling 15 Before formatting the memory card, r emember to make backup copies of all important da[...]

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    Getting started 16 Getting star ted T urn your devic e on and o T o turn on your device, press an[...]

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    Getting started 17 Keys › Key F unction Powe r T ur n on the device (press and hol d); E nd a call[...]

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    Getting started 18 Icon Denition Voic e call in progress Call on hold Speakerphone activated Miss[...]

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    Getting started 19 Icon Denition 10:00 AM Current time Use the touch scr een Y our device’ s to[...]

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    Getting started 20 Y our device turns o the touch screen when you • do not use the device fo[...]

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    Getting started 21 Select the item category 2 → an item: Samsung W idgets • : Add Samsung wid[...]

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    Getting started 22 Fr om the shortcuts panel, you can use the following options: Wi-F i • : Act[...]

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    Getting started 23 Press [ 4 ] to return to the previous scr een; Press the Home key to return to th[...]

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    Getting started 24 Cust omise your devic e Get more from your device b y customising it to match you[...]

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    Getting started 25 Activate animation f or switching › windows In Idle mode, open the application [...]

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    Getting started 26 See th e on- scre en instr uction s and exa mpl e p atte rns 2 and select Nex t ([...]

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    Getting started 27 › Activate the mobile tr acker When someone inserts a new SIM or USIM card in y[...]

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    Getting started 28 Continue until you ha ve nished the word . 3 Rel eas e the nge r on the l a[...]

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    Getting started 29 Y ou can also use the following keys: 5 6 4 1 2 3 Number F unction 1 Change case.[...]

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    Getting started 30 Download applications fr om Android Market Based on the Android platform, y our d[...]

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    Getting started 31 Download les from the w eb When you download les or web applica tions from [...]

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    Getting started 32 Synchr onise data Y ou can synchronise data with various web servers and back up [...]

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    Getting started 33 Synchronise da ta manually › In Idle mode, open the application list and select[...]

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    Communication 34 C ommunication Calling Learn to use calling functions, such as making and answering[...]

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    Communication 35 Use the headset › By plugging the supplied headset into the device, y ou can make[...]

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    Communication 36 T o make a multipart y call (conference call), make or • answer a second call [...]

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    Communication 37 Use additional fea tures › Y ou ca n use vari ous o ther call- rela ted fe at ur [...]

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    Communication 38 T o set call forwarding for voice calls , In Idle mode, open the application list a[...]

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    Communication 39 Vie w call logs › Y ou can view logs of your calls ltered b y their types. In [...]

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    Communication 40 Select 4 T ype to compose and enter your message text. T o insert emoticons, press [...]

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    Communication 41 Select a text or multimedia message from the message 3 thread. For a multimedia mes[...]

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    Communication 42 Select 6 Send to send the message. Vie w email messages › In Idle mode, open the [...]

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    Communication 43 Email Learn to send or view email messages via your personal or company email accou[...]

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    Communication 44 If you are oine or outside your service area, the message will be held in the me[...]

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    Communication 45 Enter an email address of the friend and select 3 Send invitation . When your frien[...]

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    Communication 46 Social Hub Learn to access Social Hub™, the integ rated communication application[...]

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    Entertainment 47 Entertainment Camera Learn how to capture and view phot os and videos. Y ou can tak[...]

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    Entertainment 48 Number F unction 9 View the photo or video you captur e last. Press the Volume key [...]

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    Entertainment 49 Make any necessary adjustments. 4 Select 5 to take a photo . Capture a series of ph[...]

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    Entertainment 50 Capture a photo in Smile shot mode › Y our camera can recognise people ’ s face[...]

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    Entertainment 51 Select 3 → Beauty . Make any necessary adjustments. 4 Select 5 to take a photo[...]

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    Entertainment 52 Make any necessary adjustments with the aid of the 6 guide. Select 7 to take the se[...]

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    Entertainment 53 Customise camer a settings › Before taking a photo, select → to access the foll[...]

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    Entertainment 54 Setting Function Review Set the camera to display the taken image. GPS Set the came[...]

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    Entertainment 55 Number F unction 1 Check the camcorder status and settings. • : Resolution •[...]

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    Entertainment 56 Customise camc order settings › Before capturing a video , select → to acces[...]

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    Entertainment 57 Some le formats are not supported depending • on the software of the phone.[...]

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    Entertainment 58 Supported le formats › T ype Format Image Extension: bmp, gif , jpg, png Video[...]

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    Entertainment 59 Play a video › 1 In Idle mode, open the application list and select Gallery . Sel[...]

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    Entertainment 60 Add music les to y our device › Start by transferring les to your device or[...]

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    Entertainment 61 Control playback with the f ollowing icons: 4 Icon F unction Adjust the volume . Ac[...]

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    Entertainment 62 Add songs to the quick list › Y ou can add songs to the quick list and save them [...]

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    Entertainment 63 Option F unction Eect Select a sound eect. Music menu Selec t music categorie[...]

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    Entertainment 64 Save a r adio station automatically › Plug the supplied headset into the device. [...]

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    Entertainment 65 Option F unction Show Station ID Set whether or not to show the station ID on the F[...]

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    Personal information 66 P ersonal information Con tacts Learn to creat e and manage a list of your p[...]

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    Personal information 67 Select a location number 3 → a contact. Y ou can quickly dial this number [...]

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    Personal information 68 Enter a name and select a ringtone for the group . 3 Select 4 Save . Copy c [...]

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    Personal information 69 Select 4 Save . Vie w events › T o change the calendar view , In Idle mode[...]

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    Personal information 70 Create a memo › In Idle mode, open the application list and select 1 Memo [...]

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    Personal information 71 Play a v oice memo › In Idle mode, open the application list and select 1 [...]

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    Web 72 We b Web services requir e a data connection. Contact your operator to choose the best data p[...]

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    Web 73 T o go to a next page in history, press [ • ] → F orward . T o bookmark the current we[...]

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    Web 74 Fr om the bookmark list, tap and hold a book mark and use the following options: T o open the[...]

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    Web 75 Layar Layar allows y ou to browse locations f or real-time local information or maps through [...]

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    Web 76 Use one of the following methods: 3 Enter the address. • Enter the category of the busin[...]

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    Web 77 Y ou can view the marks that indicate the locations of your friends by pressing [ ] → See m[...]

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    Web 78 Share videos › In Idle mode, open the application list and select 1 Y ouT ube . T ap and ho[...]

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    Web 79 Option F unction Sync category Select types of data to be synchronised. Sync type Set how to [...]

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    Web 80 Market Y ou ca n do wnl oad g ames , r ing tone s, or othe r app licat ions from the Android [...]

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    Connectivity 81 C onnec tivity Bluetooth Blu etoo th is a sho r t-r ange wi re les s co mmu nicat io[...]

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    Connectivity 82 Send data using the Bluetooth wireless › featur e Select a le or item, such as [...]

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    Connectivity 83 Y our device uses non-harmonised frequency and is intended for use in all Eur opean [...]

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    Connectivity 84 › Connect to a WLAN using a W i-Fi Prot ected Setup ( WPS) Using WPS, you can conn[...]

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    Connectivity 85 Adjust the following settings t o customise the DLNA 3 feature: Option F unction Med[...]

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    Connectivity 86 Select 2 Play le from server on m y phone . Y our device automatically searches f[...]

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    Connectivity 87 Select 3 OK to conrm. Fr om another device, locate y our device's name in th[...]

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    Connectivity 88 Y our les may not display correctly due to • dierences in video sy stems [...]

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    Connectivity 89 Using an optional PC data cable, connect the 3 multifunction jack on your device to [...]

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    Connectivity 90 Open the folder to view les. 5 Copy les from the PC t o the memory card. 6 T o[...]

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    Connectivity 91 When the installation manager appears, follo w the 4 on-screen instructions to compl[...]

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    T ools 92 T ools Clock Learn to set and contr ol alarms, and world clocks. Y ou can also use the sto[...]

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    T ools 93 Select 2 Start to begin the stopwatch. Select 3 Lap to record lap times . When you are [...]

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    T ools 94 Perform the calculation. 2 Select 3 to close the calculator keypad. The calculation histor[...]

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    T ools 95 Number F unction 2 Move to a page by dragg ing the bar . 3 Search for text in the book. 4 [...]

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    T ools 96 Mini Diar y Learn to keep a photo diary . Create a Mini diary › In Idle mode, open the a[...]

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    T ools 97 In a folder , press [ ] to use the following options: T o send a le to others via multi[...]

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    T ools 98 V iew a nd e di t a do cu me nt on you r › device In Idle mode, open the application lis[...]

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    T ools 99 › Call a contact by v oice dialling Y ou can call numbers directly by saying the contact[...]

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    T ools 100 W rite and Go Learn to enter te xt and send it as a message, upload it to a community web[...]

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    Settings 101 Settings Ac cess the Settings menu In Idle mode, open the application list and select 1[...]

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    Settings 102 Call settings Customise the settings for calling f eatures. All calls › Show my numbe[...]

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    Settings 103 Video call forwarding • : Divert incoming calls to another number . Video call bar[...]

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    Settings 104 Notication ringtone • : Select a ringtone to aler t you to events, such as inco[...]

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    Settings 105 Set unlock pattern • : Set an unlock pattern to unlock the device. Require pattern[...]

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    Settings 106 Install encrypted certicates • : Install encr ypted certicates that are stor[...]

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    Settings 107 Background data • : Select this setting to use the auto sync feature . The auto sy[...]

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    Settings 108 Locale and te xt Change the settings for text input. › Select locale Select a display[...]

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    Settings 109 T utorial • : Learn how to enter t ext faster with the Swype keyboard. V ersion ?[...]

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    Settings 110 T ext-to-speech Change the settings for the text-to-speech feature tha t reads aloud te[...]

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    Settings 111 Date and time Access and alter the f ollowing settings to control how time and date are[...]

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    T roubleshooting 112 T roubleshooting When you turn on y our device or while you ar e using the devi[...]

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    T roubleshooting 113 Y our device freezes or has fa tal errors If your device freezes or hangs , you[...]

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    T roubleshooting 114 Audio quality is poor Ensure that you ar e not blocking the device's inter[...]

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    T roubleshooting 115 Error messages appear when launching the camera Y our Samsung mobile device mus[...]

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    T roubleshooting 116 Error messages appear when opening music les Some music les may not play [...]

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    T roubleshooting 117 Another Bluetooth device is not loca ted Ensure that the Bluetooth wireless f e[...]

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    Safety and usage information 118 Safety and usage informa tion This safety and usage information sho[...]

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    Safety and usage information 119 T urn o the device in potentially explosiv e environmen ts Do no[...]

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    Safety and usage information 120 Use only Samsung-approv ed accessories Using incompatible accessori[...]

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    Safety and usage information 121 Y our device is a complex electronic device—protect it from •?[...]

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    Safety and usage information 122 Handle SIM cards or memory cards with care Do not remove a card whi[...]

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    Safety and usage information 123 Correct disposal of this product ( Waste Electrical & Electroni[...]

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    Safety and usage information 124 T o protect natural resources and to pr omote material reuse, pleas[...]

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    Safety and usage information 125 Samsung is neither responsible nor liable for customer service rela[...]

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    Index 126 Index access codes 11 2 airplane mode 16 alarms creating 92 deactivating 92 stopping 92 Al[...]

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    Index 127 Google Mail 42 Google Maps 75 Google T alk 45 idle screen adding items 21 adding panels 22[...]

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    Index 128 capturing in beauty mode 51 capturing in cartoon mode 5 3 capturing in smile shot 50 captu[...]

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    Index 129 video player 57 , 59 videos capturing 55 playing 57 , 5 9 voice calls answering 34 making [...]

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    Index 130 Windows Media Pla yer 89 WLAN activating 83 nding and connecting to networks 83 using W[...]

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    The conformity assessment procedur e referred to in Article 10 and detailed in Annex[IV ] of Directi[...]

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    Some of the contents in this manual may di er from your device depending on the software of the d[...]