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Table of Contents Making and Answering Calls 18, Entering Text 27. Introduction i 2B Settings 32, Your Phone s Menu ii Sound Settings 32. Section 1 Getting Started 1 Display Settings 36, Location Settings 40. 1A Setting Up Service 2, Messaging Settings 40, Setting Up Your Phone 2. Airplane Mode 43, ActivatingYour Phone 3, TTY Use With Sprint Service 43.
Setting Up YourVoicemail 4, Phone Setup Options 44. Sprint Account Passwords 4, Phone Information Management 48. Getting Help 5, 2C Security 49, Section 2 Your Phone 7. Accessing the Security Menu 49, 2A Phone Basics 8, Using Your Phone s Lock Feature 50. Your Phone 8, Restricting Calls 51, Viewing the Display Screen 11.
Using Special Numbers 52, Features of Your Phone 13. Deleting Phone Content 52, Turning Your Phone On and Off 14. Resetting Phone Content 53, Using Your Phone s Battery and Charger 14. Security Features for Sprint Vision 53, Navigating Through the Menus 17. Displaying Your Phone Number 18, 2D Roaming 55 Displaying the Details Screen 66.
Understanding Roaming 55 Editing a Contacts Entry 67. Setting Your Phone s Roam Mode 56 Contacts Menu Descriptions 69. Using Call Guard 57 Secret Contacts Entries 71, Using Data Roam Guard 58 Dialing Sprint Services 72. 2E Managing History 59 Wireless Backup 72, Viewing History 59 2G Calendar and Tools 75. History Thread 60 Using Your Phone s Calendar 75, History Details 60 Using Your Phone s Tools 80. History Menu Options 60 2H Voice Services 83, Making a Call From History 61 Using Automatic Speech Recognition ASR 83. Saving a Phone Number From History 61 Voice and Call Recording 86. Making a New Group Entry From History 62 Setting Up Screen Call 88. Prepending a Phone Number From History 62 2I Camera 90. Deleting History 62 Taking Pictures 90, 2F Contacts 63 Storing Pictures 94.
About Contacts 63 Sending Sprint Picture Mail 96, Displaying the Contacts List 63 Managing Sprint Picture Mail 98. Creating a New Contacts Entry 64 2J Bluetooth 100, Finding Contacts Entries 65 Turning Bluetooth On and Off 100. Using the Bluetooth Menu 101 Exploring the Web 129. Using the Bluetooth Settings Menu 102 Sprint Vision FAQs 132. Bluetooth Profiles 103 Section 4 Safety and Warranty Information 135. Pairing Bluetooth Devices 104 4A Important Safety Information 136. Using the Trusted List Options 104 General Precautions 136. Sending Data via Bluetooth 105 Maintaining Safe Use of and Access to Your Phone 137. Section 3 Sprint Service 107 Using Your Phone With a Hearing Aid Device 138. 3A Sprint Service The Basics 108 Caring for the Battery 140. Using Voicemail 108 Radio Frequency RF Energy 141, Using SMS Text Messaging 113 Owner s Record 143. Using SMS Voice Messaging 115 Phone Guide Proprietary Notice 143. Using Caller ID 116 4B Manufacturer s Warranty 144. Responding to Call Waiting 117 Manufacturer s Warranty 145. Making a Three Way Call 117 Index 148, Using Call Forwarding 118. 3B Sprint Vision 119, Sprint Vision Applications 119.
Getting Started With Sprint Vision 120, Accessing Messaging 124. Downloading Content 127, Introduction User Because of updates in phone software this. Guide printed guide may not be the most current, version for your phone Visit www sprint com. and log on to My Sprint Wireless to access, This User Guide introduces you to Sprint service and all the most recent version of the user guide. the features of your new phone It s divided into four. l Section 1 Getting Started WARNING Please refer to the Important Safety. Information section on page 136 to learn, l Section 2 Your Phone about information that will help you safely.
use your phone Failure to read and follow, l Section 3 Sprint Service the Important Safety Information in this. phone guide may result in serious bodily, l Section 4 Safety and Warranty Information injury death or property damage. Throughout this guide you ll find tips that highlight. special shortcuts and timely reminders to help you. make the most of your new phone and service The, Table of Contents and Index will also help you. quickly locate specific information, You ll get the most out of your phone if you read. each section However if you d like to get right to a. specific feature simply locate that section in the. Table of Contents and go directly to that page, Follow the instructions in that section and you ll be.
ready to use your phone in no time, Your Phone s Menu 6 IM Email. 7 Chat Dating, The following table outlines your phone s menu structure. 8 Voicemail, in list view For more information about using your. phone s menus see Navigating Through the Menus on 1 Call Voicemail 2 Call Speaker On. 3 Details 4 Reset Indic, 9 Settings, 1 Missed Alerts 1 Notification. 1 Msgs and Icon 2 Icon Only, 2 Message Reminder, 3 Contacts 1 Text Message 2 Picture Mail.
3 Voicemail 4 VoiceSMS, 4 Messaging 3 Callback Number. 1 Send Message 1 None 2 My Phone, 1 Text Message 2 Picture Mail 3 Other. 3 VoiceSMS, 4 Auto Delete, 2 Text 5 Signature, 3 Picture Mail. 6 Preset Msgs, 4 Premium Msgs, 7 Drafts Alert, 5 VoiceSMS. 8 VoiceSMS Options 6 Pictures, 1 Speakerphone 2 From Name.
3 Connect Alert, Press Options right softkey and press the navigation key. up and down to display the following options, 5 My Content. 1 Games 1 Picture Mode, 1 Normal 2 Beach Snow, 1 Get New 2 My Content Manager. 3 Scenery 4 Night Dark, 2 Ringers 5 Soft Focus, 1 Get New 2 My Content Manager. 3 Self Timer, 3 Screensavers, 1 Off 2 10 Seconds, 1 Get New 2 My Content Manager 3 5 Seconds.
4 Applications 4 Fun Tools, 1 Get New 2 My Content Manager 1 Multiple Shots 2 Fun Frames. 3 Color Tone, 5 IM Email, 5 Image Controls, 1 Get New 2 My Content Manager. 1 Brightness 2 White Balance, 6 Call Tones, 6 CameraSettings. 1 Resolution 2 Quality, 3 Shutter Sound 4 Status Bar. 7 Review Media, 8 Key Guidance 3 Calendar, 9 User Settings 4 Alarm Clock.
2 Picture Mail 5 Countdown, 3 My Albums 6 Stopwatch. 1 In Phone 2 Online Albums 7 World Clock, 4 Order Prints 8 Calculator. 5 Settings Info 9 Update Firmware, 1 Location 2 Status Bar. 3 Slideshow Intvl 4 Account Info, 10 Assign Media, 9 Settings. 7 Web 1 Display, 8 Tools 1 Main Screen, 1 Voice Memo 1 Screensaver 2 Animation.
3 Backlight 4 Background, 1 Record 2 List 5 Input Font 6 Foreground. 3 Screen Call 7 Sleep Mode, 2 Bluetooth 2 OuterScreen. 1 Handsfree Pairing 2 Send Contact 1 Animation 2 Foreground. 3 Send Biz Card 4 Add to Trusted 3 Sleep Mode, 5 Trusted List 6 More. 3 Contrast, 4 Font Size 3 Alerts, 1 Main Screen 2 Outer Screen 1 Beep Each Minute 2 Out of Service. 3 Connect 4 Signal Fade Call Drop, 5 Keypad Light 5 Messaging.
6 Language 4 Keytones, 1 English 2 Espa ol 1 Tone Length 2 Tone Volume. 3 Tone Type, 7 Power Save Mode, 5 Voice Guide, 8 Return to Idle. 6 Vibrate Type, 1 Automatically 2 End Key, 1 Incoming Calls 2 Messaging. 2 Sounds 3 Alarm 4 Schedule, 1 Volume 3 Bluetooth, 1 Ringer 2 Earpiece 1 On Off. 3 Headset 4 Speakerphone, 5 Applications 6 Start Up Power Off 2 Visibility.
7 Advanced 3 Device Name, 2 Ringer Type 4 Device Info. 1 Incoming Calls 2 Messaging, 3 Alarm 4 Power On 5 Trusted List. 5 Power Off 6 Schedule, 6 Voice Priority, 4 Messaging 5 Text Entry. 1 Notification 1 Auto Capital 2 Auto Space, 3 Inpt Language 4 My Words. 1 Msgs and Icon 2 Icon Only 5 T9 Settings 6 Default Input. 7 Add Word 8 Auto Complete, 2 Message Reminder 9 Help.
1 Text Message 2 Picture Mail 6 Phone Info, 3 Voicemail 4 VoiceSMS. 1 Phone User ID 2 Icon Glossary, 3 Callback Number 3 Version 4 Advanced. 1 None 2 My Phone 5 My Account, 3 Other 7 More, 4 Auto Delete 1 Accessibility. 5 Signature 1 TTY 2 Input Font, 3 Font Size 4 Vibrate Type. 6 Preset Msgs, 7 Drafts Alert 2 Airplane Mode, 8 VoiceSMS Options 3 Browser.
1 Bookmarks 2 Delete Web Cache, 1 Speakerphone 2 From Name. 3 Delete Web Cookies 4 Edit Home Page, 3 Connect Alert. 4 Call Setup, 1 Auto Answer 2 Abbrev Dial, 3 Call Answer 4 Contacts Match. 5 Contacts Navigation Keys, 1 SpeedNumbers 2 My Name Card 1 Left Navi Calendar. 3 Services 4 Show Secret Hide Secret 2 Right Navi Contacts. 5 Wireless Backup 3 Up Navi Send Text, 4 Down Navi My Content.
1 Enable Disable Data 2 Net Guard, Side Key Guard, 3 Update Profile Set Time Date. 7 Headset Mode Wireless Backup, 1 Turbo Button 2 Ringer Sound Before subscribing. 1 Subscribe 2 Learn More, 8 Location After subscribing. 9 Restrict and Lock 1 Alert 2 View Status, 3 Troubleshoot 4 Learn More. 1 Voice 2 Data 5 Unsubscribe, 3 Camera Pictures 4 Lock My Phone.
0 Roaming In Use Menu, Press Options right softkey to display the following. 1 Set Mode 2 Call Guard, 3 Data Roaming options, 1 Three Way Call 2 Main Menu. 1 Lock My Phone 2 Change Lock Code, 3 Save or ContactsDetails 4 Contacts. 5 Call Memo Rec 6 Phone Info, 3 Special Numbers 4 Edit Contacts List. 5 Delete Reset, Getting Started, Section 1A Setting Up YourPhone.
1 Install the battery, Setting Up Service n Insert the battery into the opening in the back of the. phone making sure the connectors align Gently, l Setting Up Your Phone page 2 press down to secure the battery. n Replace the battery cover and slide it upward until. l Activating Your Phone page 3, you hear a click, l Setting Up Your Voicemail page 4. l Sprint Account Passwords page 4 2 Press to turn the phone on. l Getting Help page 5 n If your phone is activated it will turn on search for. Sprint service and enter standby mode, Setting up service on your new phone is quick and easy This n If your phone is not yet activated see Activating. section walks you through the necessary steps to set up Your Phone on page 3 for more information. and turn on your phone set up your voicemail establish. passwords and contact Sprint for assistance with your 3 Make your first call. Sprint service n Use your keypad to enter a phone number. Note Your phone s battery should have enough charge. for the phone to turn on and find a signal set up, your voicemail and make a call You should fully.
charge your battery as soon as possible See, Charging Your Battery on page 16 for details. 2 Section 1A Setting Up Service, ActivatingYour Phone Tip Do not press END while the phone is being. Setting Up Service, activated Pressing END cancels the activation. v If you purchased your phone at a Sprint Store your phone process. should be activated and ready to use, Note If you are having difficulty with activation contact. v If you received your phone in the mail and it is for a new Sprint Customer Service by dialing 1 888 211 4727. Sprint account or a new line of service it is designed to from any other phone. activate automatically To confirm your activation, make a phone call.
v If you received your phone in the mail and you are activating. a new phone for an existing number on your account you. will need to contact Sprint Customer Service to, activate your new phone There are two activation. n From your computer s Web browser go to, www sprint com activate and complete the. onscreen instructions to activate your phone, n Dial 1 888 211 4727 from another phone to. contact Sprint Customer Service to complete the, phone activation. When you have finished make a phone call to, confirm your activation.
i Introduction This UserGuide introduces you to Sprint service and all the features of yournew phone It s divided into four sections l Section 1 Getting Started l Section 2 YourPhone l Section 3 Sprint Service l Section 4 Safety and Warranty Information Throughout this guide you ll find tips that highlight

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