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Table of Contents, Welcome to Sprint i, Introduction ii. Your Phone s Menu iv, Section 1 Getting Started 1, 1A Setting Up Service 2. Getting Started With Sprint Service 3, Setting Up Your Voicemail 4. Sprint Account Passwords 5, Getting Help 6, Section 2 Using Your Phone 9. 2A Phone Basics 10, Front View of Your Phone 11, Viewing the Display Screen 14.
Features of Your Phone 17, Turning Your Phone On and Off 19. Using Your Phone s Battery and Charger 20, Navigating Through Phone Menus 23. Displaying Your Phone Number 24, Making and Answering Calls 25. Entering Text 39, 2B Controlling Your Phone s Settings 44. Sound Settings 45, Display Settings 51, Location Settings 56.
Messaging Settings 57, Airplane Mode 62, TTY Use With Sprint Service 63. Phone Setup Options 65, Wireless Backup 71, 2C Setting Your Phone s Security 73. Accessing the Security Menu 74, Using Your Phone s Lock Feature 74. Restricting Calls 76, Using Special Numbers 77, Erasing Phone Content 78. Resetting the Browser 79, Resetting My Favorites 79.
Resetting Default Settings 80, Resetting Your Phone 81. Resetting Your Picture Mail Account 82, Security Features for Sprint Vision 83. 2D Controlling Your Roaming Experience 84, Understanding Roaming 85. Setting Your Phone s Roam Mode 87, Using Call Guard 88. Using Data Roam Guard 89, 2E Managing Call History 90.
Viewing History 91, Call History Options 92, Making a Call From Call History 93. Saving a Phone Number From Call History 93, Prepending a Phone Number From Call History 94. Erasing Call History 94, 2F Using Contacts 95, Adding a New Contacts Entry 96. Assigning a Group Entry 97, Finding Contacts Entries 98. Editing a Contacts Entry 99, Contacts Entry Options 100.
Assigning Speed Dial Numbers 101, Erasing a Contacts Entry From the List 101. Assigning an Image to a Contacts Entry 102, Assigning a Ringer Type to an Entry 102. Secret Contacts Entries 103, Dialing Sprint Services 104. 2G Using the Phone s Calendar and Tools 105, Using Your Phone s Calendar 106. Using Your Phone s Tools 111, Personal Information Management 115.
2H Using Your Phone s Voice Services 116, Using Voice Activated Dialing 117. Managing Voice Memos 119, Setting Up Screen Call 121. 2I Using the Built in Camera 124, Taking Pictures 125. Storing Pictures 133, Sending Sprint Picture Mail 136. Managing Sprint Picture Mail 139, 2J Using Bluetooth 143.
Turning Bluetooth On and Off 144, Using the Bluetooth Settings Menu 145. Bluetooth Profiles 148, Pairing Bluetooth Devices 149. Using the Trusted Devices Options 150, Sending Data via Bluetooth 151. Section 3 Sprint Service Features 153, 3A Sprint Service Features The Basics 154. Using Voicemail 155, Using SMS Text Messaging 163, Using SMS Voice Messaging 166.
Making a Three Way Call 168, Using Caller ID 169, Responding to Call Waiting 169. Using Call Forwarding 170, 3B Sprint Vision 171, Sprint Vision Applications 172. Getting Started With Sprint Vision 173, Accessing Messaging 179. Downloading Premium Services Content 183, Exploring the Web 187. Using Your Phone as a Modem 192, Sprint Vision FAQs 194.
3C Sprint Voice Command 196, Getting Started With Sprint Voice Command 197. Creating Your Own Address Book 198, Making a Call With Sprint Voice Command 199. Accessing Information Using Sprint Voice Command 200. Section 4 Safety and Warranty Information 201, 4A Important Safety Information 202. General Precautions 203, Maintaining Safe Use of and Access to Your Phone 204. Using Your Phone With a Hearing Aid Device 206, Caring for the Battery 208.
Radio Frequency RF Energy 209, Owner s Record 212, Phone Guide Proprietary Notice 212. 4B Manufacturer s Warranty 213, Manufacturer s Warranty 214. Welcome to Sprint, The Power To Do More, Sprint and Nextel have come together offering you more. choice and flexibility to do whatever you want whenever. This powerful combination brings you access to more. products more services and more of what you need to do. more of what you want With Sprint the power is back in. your hands where it belongs Sprint Power Up, Welcome and thank you for choosing Sprint. Introduction, This Phone User Guide introduces you to Sprint service and.
all the features of your new phone It s divided into four. l Section 1 Getting Started, l Section 2 Using Your Phone. l Section 3 Sprint Service Features, l Section 4 Safety and Warranty Information. 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, Phone Because of updates in phone software this printed. Guide guide may not be the most current version for your. Note phone Visit www sprint com and log on to My Sprint. Wireless to access the most recent version of the phone. user guide, WARNING Please refer to the Important Safety Information. section on page 202 to learn about information that. will help you safely use your phone Failure to read. and follow the Important Safety Information in this. phone guide may result in serious bodily injury, death or property damage.
Want to keep track of, your minutes, It s easy to check right. from your phone, You ll hear a summary of your service plan minutes and. the minutes remaining in your current billing cycle along. with your phone s individual usage if you re on a shared. plan You ll also hear a summary of your account balance. and your most recent payment information, Use Your Phone s Web Browser. From the Sprint Vision Home Page select My Account. Option 0 You ll see many helpful categories including. Payment Due Current Usage and Plan Overview Select a. topic to display the latest information, Reported minutes and balances are estimates only Please. consult your Sprint invoice for actual minutes used. Your Phone s Menu, The following table outlines your phone s list menu structure.
For more information about using your phone s menus see. Navigating Through Phone Menus on page 23, 1 MISSED ALERTS. 2 CALL HISTORY, 1 OUTGOING, 2 INCOMING, 4 RECENT CALLS. 5 ERASE HISTORY, 1 Outgoing 2 Incoming 3 Missed, 4 Recent Calls 5 All. 3 CONTACTS, 1 FIND ADD ENTRY, 3 SPEED DIAL S, 4 MY NAME CARD. 5 WIRELESS BACKUP, Before subscribing, 1 Subscribe 2 Learn More.
After subscribing, 1 Alert 2 View Status 3 Troubleshoot. 4 Learn More 5 Unsubscribe, 6 SERVICES, 1 Customer Service 2 Dir Assistance 3 Account Info. 4 Sprint Operator 5 Voice Command, 4 MESSAGING, 1 SEND MESSAGE. 1 Text 2 Picture 3 VoiceSMS, 3 PICTURE MAIL, 4 VOICESMS. 5 IM EMAIL, 6 CHAT DATING, 7 VOICEMAIL, 1 Call Voicemail 2 Call Speaker On 3 Details.
4 Clear Count, 8 SETTINGS, 1 Notification 2 Preset Msgs 3 Text. 4 VoiceSMS, 5 MY CONTENT, 1 Get New 2 My Content Manager. 1 Get New 2 My Content Manager, 3 SCREEN SAVERS, 1 Get New 2 My Content Manager. 4 APPLICATIONS, 1 Get New 2 My Content Manager, 5 IM EMAIL. 1 Get New 2 My Content Manager, 6 CALL TONES, 6 PICTURES.
Select Options right softkey and press the navigation key up and down to display. the following options, 1 Picture Mode, 1 Normal 2 Beach Snow 3 Scenery. 4 Night Dark 5 Soft Focus, 2 Zoom not available when Resolution is set to High. 3 Self Timer, 1 Off 2 10 Seconds 3 5 Seconds, 4 Fun Tools. 1 Multiple Shots 2 Stitch Shot 3 Fun Frames, 4 Color Tone. 5 Image Controls, 1 Brightness 2 White Balance, 6 Camera Settings.
1 Resolution 2 Quality 3 Shutter Sound, 4 Status Bar. 7 Pictures In Camera, 8 Key Guidance, 9 User Settings. 2 MY PICTURES, 1 In Camera 2 Saved to Ph, 3 ONLINE ALBUMS. 1 View Albums 2 Upload, 4 PRINTS BY MAIL, 5 SETTINGS INFO. 1 Auto Delete 2 Account Info, 1 VOICE MEMO, 1 Record 2 List 3 Screen Call.
2 BLUETOOTH, 3 CALENDAR, 4 ALARM CLOCK, 5 COUNTDOWN. 6 STOPWATCH, 7 WORLD CLOCK, 8 CALCULATOR, 9 UPDATE PHONE. 9 SETTINGS, 1 Ringer Type, 1 Incoming Calls 2 Voicemail 3 Messaging. 4 Calendar Alarm, 1 Ringer 2 Advanced Ringer 3 Receiver. 4 Application 5 Start up Pw off 6 Key Beep, 3 Vibrate Pattern.
1 Incoming Calls 2 Voicemail 3 Messaging, 4 Calendar Alarm. 1 Service 2 Voicemail 3 Messaging, 4 Minute Beep 5 Signal Fade. 1 Tone Length 2 Tone Type 3 Start up Tone, 4 Power off Tone 5 Voice Prompt 6 Key Press Echo. 1 Backlight, 1 Main LCD 2 Key 3 Sub LCD, 2 Power Save Mode. 3 Greeting, 4 Animation, 1 Standby 2 Outgoing Calls 3 Service Search.
5 Incoming Calls, 1 Preset 2 My Content 3 Get New, 4 In Camera 5 Saved to Phone 6 Off. 6 Screen Saver, 1 Main LCD 2 Sub LCD, 7 Clock Calendar. 1 Main LCD 2 Sub LCD, 1 Font Size 2 Match Area Code 3 Return to Idle. 4 Sleep Mode, 1 Enable Disable Data, 2 Net Guard, 3 Update Profile. 4 WIRELESS BACKUP Default Settings, 1 Subscribe, 2 Learn More.
5 LOCATION, 6 BLUETOOTH, 1 Enable Disable, 2 Visibility. 3 Voice Priority, 4 My Device Name, 5 My Device Info. 7 MESSAGING, 1 Notification, 2 Preset Msgs, 1 Send Callback 2 Delivery Receipt 3 Signature. 4 Drafts Alert, 4 VoiceSMS, 1 Speakerphone 2 From Name 3 Connection Alert. 4 Auto Delete, 8 SECURITY, 1 Lock Phone, 1 Unlocked 2 Lock Now 3 On Power up.
2 Picture Mail, 1 Lock Pictures 2 Reset Picture Mail. 3 Erase Reset, 1 Erase Ph Book 2 Erase My Content 3 Erase Pictures. 4 Erase Voice Data 5 Erase Voice Tag 6 Erase Messages. 7 Reset Browser 8 Reset Favorites 9 Default Settings. 0 Reset Phone, 1 Change Lock 2 Limit Use 3 Special s. 4 Lock Services, 1 Airplane Mode, 1 Set Mode 2 Call Guard 3 Data Roam Guard. 3 Text Entry, 1 Auto Capital 2 My Words 3 Input Language.
4 Default Input 5 Auto Space 6 T9 Settings, 7 Add Word 8 Help. 4 Any Key Answer, 5 Auto Answer, 1 Hands free 2 Speakerphone. 6 Open Close Flip, 1 Open 2 Close, 7 Abbrev Dial, 8 Headset Mode. This Phone User Guide introduces you to Sprintservice and all the features of your new phone It s divided into four sections l Section 1 Getting Started l Section 2 Using Your Phone l Section 3 SprintService Features l Section 4 Safety and Warranty Information Throughoutthis guide you ll find tips thathighlightspecial

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