Samsung 800P manual

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  • Brand: Samsung
  • Product: Digital Photo Frame
  • Model/name: 800P
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, Dutch

Table of Contents

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Digital Photo Frame
User manual
800P
1000P
The images and screen shots used in this manual are from the 800P.
Contents
Safety precautions
Get started
Play multimedia
Browse and manage
multimedia
Use the Bluetooth wireless
feature
Customize settings
Appendix
Index
Read this manual thoroughly for proper use
and maintenance instructions.
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Instructional icons
Before you start, familiarize yourself with the icons you will
see in this manual:
Caution - situations that could cause damage
to your device or other equipment
Note - notes, usage tips, or additional
information
Contents
Safety precautions.............................. 3
Get started........................................... 6
What’s in the box ......................................6
Get to know your frame ............................7
Set up your frame ...................................10
Connect the adapter and
turn the power on ...................................10
Customize basic settings ........................11
Get to know the Main menu ....................12
View the time and date ...........................13
Connect external memory devices ..........14
Select a memory location ........................15
Connect to a PC .....................................16
Transfer files from a PC ...........................17
Play multimedia................................. 19
Play a slideshow .....................................19
Play videos .
.............................................24
Play music ..............................................26
Browse and manage multimedia...... 28
Browse files ............................................28
Manage files .
...........................................29
Use the Bluetooth wireless feature.
.. 32
Find and pair with other
Bluetooth-enabled devices .
.....................32
Get data using the Bluetooth wireless
feature ....................................................33
Use Bluetooth menus .
.............................34
Information for using Bluetooth ...............35
Customize settings.
........................... 36
Adjust slideshow effects ..........................36
Set the time and date .
.............................36
Set and use alarms .................................37
Customize general settings .....................39
Customize Bluetooth settings .
.................40
Update or reset the frame .......................41
Appendix.
........................................... 42
Use as a PC mini-monitor .......................42
Update Firmware ....................................43
Troubleshooting ......................................44
Specifications .
.........................................46
Correct disposal of the frame ..................47
Contact information of
Samsung Worldwide ...............................48
Software License ....................................49
Index .
......................................................50
©2010 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., LTD.
It is strictly forbidden to copy or distribute the contents of this
•	
manual without permission from SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS
CO., LTD
Product specifications or contents of this manual may be
•	
changed without prior notice due to upgrade of product
functions.
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3
Do not overload wall outlets, extension cords, or
•	
adaptors beyond their intended capacity, as this may
result in fire or electrical shock.
Route all power supply cords away from traffic areas
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and other objects so that they are not likely to be
stepped on or pinched by items placed on or against
them. Ensure that wires are not twisted or pinched at
plug ends or adapter connections.
During electrical storms or when the frame will be
•	
unattended and unused for extended periods of
time, unplug the frame from the wall. This will prevent
damage to the frame from electrical surges.
Before connecting the power cord, make sure that the
•	
voltage designation of the frame corresponds to the
local electrical supply.
The slots and openings in the frame provide needed
•	
ventilation. To ensure reliable operation and prevent
overheating, these openings must not be blocked or
covered:
Do not cover the slots or openings.
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Do not block the slots or openings by placing the frame on
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soft surfaces, such as beds, sofas, or rugs.
Do not place the frame in an enclosed space, such as a
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bookcase or cabinet, without proper ventilation.
Do not place the frame near or on sources of heat, such
•	
as radiators, or in direct sunlight.
Do not allow the frame to come in contact with water.
•	
Do not place the frame near sources of water, such
as bathtubs or sinks, or where water or other liquids
may splash or drip on the frame. If the frame gets wet,
unplug the frame immediately and contact the dealer or
an authorized service center.
Safety precautions
WARNING:
TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT OPEN OR REMOVE THE COVER OR BACK OF THE FRAME. THERE ARE NO
•	
USER-SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE. ALLOW ONLY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL TO SERVICE THIS FRAME.
TO PREVENT FIRE, KEEP THIS FRAME AWAY FROM ALL OPEN FLAMES, SUCH AS CANDLES, AT ALL TIMES.
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Safety precautions
4
Do not drop the frame or subject the frame to any
•	
strong impacts. If the frame is damaged, disconnect
the power cord and contact a dealer or an authorized
service center.
Always unplug the power cord when cleaning the frame.
•	
Use only a soft, dry cloth to wipe frame. Do not expose
the frame to any chemicals, such as waxes, benzene,
alcohol, thinners, insecticides, air fresheners, lubricants,
or detergents, as these may damage the frame’s finish
and void your warranty.
Clean the product with a soft dry cloth.
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Avoid cleaning the product with a flammable substance such
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as benzene or thinner or with a wet cloth. This may result in
damage to the product.
Avoid scratching the screen with your fingernails or a sharp
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object.
Avoid cleaning the product by spraying water onto it. If water
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enters the product, it may result in fire, electric shock or
malfunction.
Avoid using a supersonic humidifier near the product. It may
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result in a white stain on the surface of the product.
Never insert any metal objects into the open parts of
•	
this frame, as this may result in electrical shock. Ensure
that the power cord is completely plugged in when
using this frame. Grasp the plug firmly when removing
the power cord and never touch the power cord with
wet hands.
If you notice any unusual operation, such as unusual
•	
sounds or burning smells coming from the frame,
unplug it immediately and contact the dealer or an
authorized service center.
It is not recommended to install the frame in a location
•	
where it will be exposed to heavy dust, high or low
temperatures, high humidity, or chemical substances or
where it operates continuously.
Use only properly grounded plugs and outlets when
•	
connecting this frame. Improper grounding may cause
electrical shock or damage to equipment.
Keep this frame and all accessories out of the reach of
•	
children.
Do not install the frame in unstable locations, such as
•	
improperly mounted shelves, angled surfaces, or where
the frame may be exposed to vibration.
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Safety precautions
5
Correct disposal of batteries in this
product
(Applicable in the European Union and other
European countries with separate battery
return systems.)
This marking on the battery, manual or packaging
indicates that the batteries in this product should not be
disposed of with other household waste at the end of
their working life. Where marked, the chemical symbols
Hg, Cd or Pb indicate that the battery contains mercury,
cadmium or lead above the reference levels in EC
Directive 2006/66. If batteries are not properly disposed
of, these substances can cause harm to human health or
the environment.
To protect natural resources and to promote material
reuse, please separate batteries from other types of
waste and recycle them through your local, free battery
return system.
Correct disposal of this product
(Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment)
(Applicable in the European Union and other
European countries with separate collection
systems)
This marking on the product, accessories or literature
indicates that the product and its electronic accessories
(e.g. charger, headset, USB cable) should not be
disposed of with other household waste at the end of
their working life.
To prevent possible harm to the environment or human
health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate
these items from other types of waste and recycle them
responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material
resources.
Household users should contact either the retailer where
they purchased this product, or their local government
office, for details of where and how they can take these
items for environmentally safe recycling.
Business users should contact their supplier and check
the terms and conditions of the purchase contract. This
product and its electronic accessories should not be
mixed with other commercial wastes for disposal.
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6
Get started
What’s in the box
Digital frame Power cable* Adapter USB cable
Quick Start Guide
and Warranty**
CD-ROM
(User Manual)
Remote control Cloth
* The shape of the plug may differ depending on your region.
** Warranty may be unavailable depending on your region.
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Get started
7
Get to know your frame
The front of your frame
Screen
Base
Touch button* Description
p
Turn the frame on; Turn the frame off (touch
and hold)
h Access the Main menu
m Access menus
u/d/l/r
Scroll through menus or items
(up/down/left/right)
e
Select menus or items; Perform selected
functions
b Return to the previous level
s
Play a slideshow in an any screen; Change
the view mode during a slideshow
* 
The descriptions in this manual are based on the touch button. Please
read this manual carefully and use correctly.
When using the touch buttons
Operate the touch buttons only with your fingers.
•	
Make sure your hands are clean and dry when using
the touch buttons.
Lightly touch the button that corresponds to the
•	
desired function.
The touch sensor may not work properly when wet or
•	
in humid places.
When the touch buttons disappear, lightly touch the
•	
touch panel to make the buttons visible.
Remote control
sensor
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Get started
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Speaker
SD memory card slot
USB memory device port
USB cable port
Speaker
Power cable port
Headset port
Get to know your frame (continued)
The rear of your frame
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Get started
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Get to know your frame (continued)
Remote control
Button Description
Turn the frame on or off
Access the Main menu
Access menus
Return to the previous level
Scroll through menus or items (up/down/left/right)
Select menus or items
Play a slideshow in any screen; Change the view mode during
a slideshow
View the time and date
Rotate a photo during a slideshow
Access the photo list screen
Access the music list screen
Access the video list screen
Be sure to point the remote control to the remote
•	
control sensor on the frame (p. 7).
Open the battery cover by turning to the left,
•	
replace the battery, and close the battery cover by
turning to the right.
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Get started
10
Set up your frame
Connect the adapter and turn the power on
Do not put too much pressure on the frame or
force the screen to rotate in the wrong direction,
as this may damage the frame.
Touch p to turn the frame on. The light on p will
turn and the Main menu will appear.
To turn the frame off, touch and hold p.
The shape of the plug may differ depending on your region.
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Get started
11
Scroll to your language and touch
1	 e.
Select
2	 Yes to start the setup wizard.
Follow the on-screen instructions to customize your frame
3	
according to your preferences.
Setting Description
View Mode Select a view mode for a slideshow (p. 20)
Slideshow
Transition
Select a transition effect for a slideshow (p. 22)
Clock Set Set the current time and date (p. 13)
Startup Mode
Select a mode to activate when the frame turns on
(p. 39)
When you complete the setup, select
4	 Yes to view the
product guide.
Review the basic usage instructions for your frame, and
5	
then select Done.
Customize basic settings
When you turn the frame on for the first time, the Quick setup screen appears.
Select a language and customize the basic settings of your frame.
Start Quick Setup
Quick Setup helps you setup several
settings to use your photo frame.
This includes View Mode, Slideshow
Transition, Clock Set, and Startup Mode
settings
Do you want to start?
ENTER BACK EXIT
No
Yes
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Get started
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Get to know the Main menu
From the Main menu screen, you can access the following menus.
Menu Description
Photos
Browse photos stored in the internal memory or on an
external memory device and change options (p. 19)
Music
Listen to music stored in the internal memory or on an
external memory device and change options (p. 26)
Videos
View videos stored in the internal memory or on an external
memory device and change options (p. 24)
Bluetooth
Use the Bluetooth wireless feature to connect to other
wireless devices (p. 32)
Clock View the current time and date (p. 13)
Mini Monitor Use the frame as a supplementary monitor for your PC (p. 42)
Settings Customize settings (p. 36)
You can set other functions to be activated instead of the Main menu
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when you turn the frame on (Startup Mode p. 39).
While you are using other functions or the screensaver is active, touch
•	
h to access the Main menu screen.
Frame Memory
Music
Videos
Bluetooth
Clock
Mini Monitor
Settings
Photos
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Get started
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From the Main menu screen, scroll to
1	 Clock and touch e.
The current time and date will display.
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Touch
2	 m and select Settings.
Scroll to
3	 Clock and touch e.
Scroll to one of the following options and touch
4	 e.
For
•	 Clock Set, touch l or r to select the option you want and
touch u or d to set the value.
Option Description
Clock Set Set the current time and date
Date Format
Select how dates display (YYYY.MM.DD, MM.DD.
YYYY, DD.MM.YYYY)
Time Format Select how time displays (12 Hours, 24 Hours)
Clock Type
Select the clock type (Clock 1~3, Clock & Calendar
1~2)
View the time and date
Check the current time and date or customize clock settings.
▲ Clock 2 ▲ Clock 3
▲ Clock 1
▲ 
Clock & Calendar 2
▲ Clock & Calendar 1
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Get started
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Connect external memory devices
You can connect USB memory devices or SD memory cards to the frame. The frame supports FAT16 and FAT32 file format
systems for external memory devices.
If you connect an external memory device while the power is on, a pop-up window will appear.
•	
To start a slideshow of photos stored in the external memory device, select Slideshow.
Recommended memory capacities for different types of memory cards:
•	
SD Up to 2 GB
microSD Up to 2 GB
miniSD Up to 2 GB
SDHC Up to 32 GB
microSDHC Up to 8 GB
miniSDHC Up to 4 GB
USB Up to 32 GB
To remove the SD memory card,
push it gently until it disengages
from the frame.
Insert an SD memory card with the metal contacts
facing down. Push the card in until it locks in place.
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Get started
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From the Main menu screen, scroll to the memory location
1	
list.
Scroll to one of the following memory locations and touch
2	
e.
Memory location Description
Frame Memory Internal memory
SD Card SD memory card (external)
USB USB memory device (external)
You can also change the memory location while browsing photos by
touching m and selecting Select Storage Device (p. 29).
Select a memory location
When there is an external memory device (SD memory card or USB memory device) connected, you can select the source of
files.
Frame Memory
Music
Videos
Bluetooth
Clock
Mini Monitor
Settings
Photos
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Get started
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Connect to a PC
You can transfer files (p. 17) or use the frame as a mini-monitor by connecting it to a PC (p. 42).
Connect the smaller end of the USB cable to the frame and the larger end to the USB port of a PC.
USB connector
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Get started
17
To transfer files from a PC
Connect the frame to a PC with the supplied USB cable
1	
(p. 16).
When the frame is turned off, connect it to the PC first, and then turn
it on.
Select
2	 Mass Storage.
When connected, ‘
•	 Mass Storage’ will appear on the screen and
a pop-up window will appear on the PC.
If you connect the frame to a PC while using it as a mini-monitor
(p. 42), you need to switch to Mass Storage mode by using the
Frame Manager program. For more information, refer to the user
manual of the Frame Manager.
Open a folder to view files.
3	
The removable disk drive will appear as ‘
•	 800P’ or ‘1000P’ on the
PC. Open the drive for the corresponding model in My Computer
and copy your photos.
Copy files from the PC to the frame or vice versa.
4	
Some files are embedded on the frame by default.
•	
When there is not enough memory, delete these
stock files.
If your photos are large, they will consume more
•	
memory and the preview will play slowly. Change
the photo resolution to 800 X 480 (for ‘800P’)
or 1024 X 600 (for ‘1000P’). Or set the frame to
copy and automatically resize your photos (Frame
Memory Copy p. 39).
Transfer files from a PC
Connected to PC USB port.
Do not insert or remove storage devices to/
from the Photo Frame while they are
connected to the PC.
You can switch to Mini Monitor mode by
using Frame Manager.
Mass Storage
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To disconnect the frame from a PC
Make sure to end the connection properly to prevent damage to the frame or your data.
Click
1	 on the Windows Taskbar.
Click the pop-up message.
2	
Safely remove USB Mass Storage Device - Drive(G:)
Disconnect the USB cable only when the message says that it is safe to remove the hardware.
3	
Do not disconnect the USB cable while the files are being copied, as this could result in loss of data or damage to the frame.
•	
The connection will not end if you have frame files open on the PC. Close all frame files and try again.
•	
Transfer files from a PC (continued)
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19
Play multimedia
Play a slideshow
From the Main menu screen, select a memory location
1	
(Frame Memory, SD Card, or USB).
Scroll to
2	 Photos and touch e.
Scroll to a file and touch
3	 e or s to play a slideshow.
To play a slideshow with specific photos, touch m and select
Select Multiple Files (p. 29).
Control playback using the following buttons:
4	
Touch buttons Description
h Access the Main menu
m Access the slideshow menu
d/u Adjust the volume of the background music
l/r View the previous or next photo
e Pause or resume the slideshow
b Return to the previous level
s Change the view mode
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Play multimedia
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Change the view mode
Display a clock or calendar during a slideshow or multiple photos on
one screen during a slideshow.
Touch s repeatedly during a slideshow to change the view
mode.
Each time you touch
•	 s, the view mode changes (Photo Only →
Photo & Clock → Photo & Calendar → Multiview 1 →
Multiview 2 → Multiview 3).
You can also change the view mode by accessing
•	 View Mode in
Settings → Photos (p. 23).
Set the current time and date before displaying the clock or calendar
•	
(p. 36).
You can view the previous or next photo by touching
•	 l or r during a
slide show.
Play a slideshow (continued)
▲ Photo Only
▲ Photo & Calendar
▲ Multiview 2
▲ Photo & Clock
▲ Multiview 1
▲ Multiview 3
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Play multimedia
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Use slideshow menus
Control a slideshow and adjust the slideshow settings.
Touch
1	 m during a slideshow.
Scroll to one of the following menus and touch
2	 e.
Option Description
Rotate Rotate a photo (Original, 90°, -90°, 180°)
Zoom Enlarge in a photo (x1, x2, x4)
Background
Music
Turn the background music on or off
Settings Access the Settings menu (p. 22)
You can rotate or zoom a photo only in
•	 Photo Only and Photo &
Clock modes.
When you zoom a photo, you can move around the photo by
•	
touching u, d, l, or r. To exit the zoom mode, touch b.
When you are finished, touch
3	 e.
When you touch
•	 b in the Settings menu, the Main menu
appears. To play the slideshow, touch s.
Play a slideshow (continued)
Rotate
Zoom
Background Music
Settings
On
Off
Select Music
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Play multimedia
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Select slideshow effects
Adjust the transition effect, speed, play mode, or order of photos for
a slideshow.
Touch
1	 m during a slideshow.
Select
2	 Settings.
Scroll to
3	 Photos and touch e.
You can also select slideshow effects by accessing Photos in
Settings.
Scroll to one of the following options and touch
4	 e.
Option Description
Slideshow
Transition
Select a transition effect (No Effect, Fade, Blinds, Cross
Comb, Checkerboard, Slide, Wipe, Silk, Wheel, Circle,
Box In/Out, Diamond, Plus, Uncover, Push, Stairs,
Random)
Slideshow
Speed
Select a slideshow speed (Fast, Normal, Slow)
Slideshow
Mode
All photos
•	 : Play all photos in the order of file names
Photos in folder
•	 : Play all photos in the selected folder in
the order of file names
One photo
•	 : Repeat the selected photo
Play a slideshow (continued)
Category
Photos
Clock
Alarm
General
Bluetooth
Support
Option
Slideshow Transition
Slideshow Speed
Slideshow Mode
Slideshow Order
View Mode
Aspect Ratio
Display Photo Info
Fast
Normal
Slow
: On
Settings
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Play multimedia
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Option Description
Slideshow
Order
Normal
•	 : Play photos in the order of file names
Shuffle
•	 : Play photos in a random order
View Mode Change the view mode (p. 20)
Aspect Ratio
Original Fit
•	 : Display photos in the original sizes. When
a photo is larger than the screen, it will be adjusted to fit
the screen in the same ratio
Auto Fit
•	 : Resize photos to fit the screen in the same
ratio (some parts of the photo may not appear)
Fit to Width
•	 : Resize photos to fit the screen width
Fit to Screen
•	 : Resize photos to fill the screen
Slide Fit
•	 *: Resize photos to fit the longest edge to
screen. The frame will automatically scroll through the
remainder of the photos from left to right or top to
bottom (for example, panorama photo or portrait photo)
Display Photo
Info
Set the slideshow to display details of each photo
* 
In Slide Fit mode, if you attempt to view photos with resolutions below 184 ppi or
with a longest edge greater than 2600 pixels, the photo may appear distorted.
Touch
5	 s to play the slideshow.
Play a slideshow (continued)
Category
Photos
Clock
Alarm
General
Bluetooth
Support
Option
Slideshow Transition
Slideshow Speed
Slideshow Mode
Slideshow Order
View Mode
Aspect Ratio
Display Photo Info
Original Fit
Auto Fit
Fit to Width
Fit to Screen
Slide Fit
Settings
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Play multimedia
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From the Main menu screen, select a memory location
1	
(Frame Memory, SD Card, or USB).
Scroll to
2	 Videos and touch e.
Scroll to a file and touch
3	 e to play a video.
Control playback using the following buttons:
4	
Touch button Description
h Access the Main menu
m Access the video menu
d/u Adjust the volume
l/r
Skip backward or forward; Scan backward or forward in a
file (touch and hold)
e Pause or resume the playback
b Return to the previous level
If the frame is not in use for some time while pausing a video, the
screensaver will appear. To return to the video player screen, touch
any button except for p.
Play videos
Pause Volume Prev/Next
Optimal video resolution or codec
Video
Bit rate 1000 ~ 1500 Kbps
Resolution
800P
•	 : 640 X 384
1000P
•	 : 640 X 375
Audio
AVI
MP3, 48 KHz (sampling
rate), 2 channel, 128 Kbps
MP4
mp4a (AAC-LC), 48 KHz
(sampling rate), 2 channel,
128 Kbps
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Play multimedia
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Use video menus
Touch
1	 m during playback.
Scroll to one of the following options and touch
2	 e.
Option Description
Play Mode
All videos
•	 : Play all videos in the order of file names
Videos in folder
•	 : Play all videos in the selected folder in
the order of file names
One video
•	 : Repeat the selected video
Play Order
Normal
•	 : Play videos in the order of file names
Shuffle
•	 : Play videos in a random order
Repeat Set to play repeatedly
Settings Access the Settings menu
When you are finished, touch
3	 b.
When you touch
•	 b in the Settings menu, the Main menu
appears. To play the video, refer to steps 1~3 in “Play videos.”
Play videos (continued)
Play Mode
Play Order
Repeat
Settings
: All videos
: Normal
: On
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Play multimedia
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From the Main menu screen, select a memory location
1	
(Frame Memory, SD Card, or USB).
Scroll to
2	 Music and touch e.
Scroll to a file and touch
3	 e to play music.
Control playback using the following buttons:
4	
Touch button Description
h Access the Main menu
m Access the music menu
d/u Adjust the volume
l/r
Skip backward or forward; Scan backward or forward in a
file (touch and hold)
e Pause or resume the playback
b Return to the previous level
If the frame is not in use for some time while not playing music, the
•	
screensaver will appear. To return to the music player screen, touch any
button except for p.
When you play music files encoded in a variable bit rate (VBR), the
•	
playback time shown on the screen may differ from the actual playback
time.
Play music
Pause Volume Prev/Next
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Play multimedia
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Use music menus
Touch
1	 m during playback.
Scroll to one of the following options and touch
2	 e.
Option Description
Play Mode
All music
•	 : Play all music files in the order of file names
Music in folder
•	 : Play all music files in the selected folder
in the order of file names
One music
•	 : Repeat the selected music file
Play Order
Normal
•	 : Play music files in the order of file names
Shuffle
•	 : Play music files in a random order
Repeat Set to play repeatedly
Settings Access the Settings menu
When you are finished, touch
3	 b.
When you touch
•	 b in the Settings menu, the Main menu
appears. To play the music, refer to steps 1~3 in “Play music.”
Play music (continued)
Play Mode
Play Order
Repeat
Settings
: All music
: Normal
: On
Pause Volume Prev/Next
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From the Main menu screen, select a memory location
1	
(Frame Memory, SD Card, or USB).
Scroll to
2	 Photos, Videos, or Music and touch e.
Touch
3	 d, u, l, or r to browse files.
To view files in a folder, scroll to the folder and touch
•	 e.
If the frame is not in use for some time, the screensaver will appear.
Touch b to access the currently used screen.
Browse and manage multimedia
Browse files
Access the Photos, Videos, or Music menus and browse files.
Memory location/
Folder name/File name
Current file number/
total number of files
Photos
Frame Memory • 2009 • Music
Music
Title Artist
Frame Memory • 2009 • IMG1
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Browse and manage multimedia
29
While browsing files, touch
1	 m.
Scroll to one of the following options and touch
2	 e.
Option Description
Copy
Copy the selected folder or file to another memory
location (p. 30)
Delete Delete the selected folder or file (p. 31)
Select Multiple
Files
Select multiple files to view as a slideshow, copy, or
delete
Select Storage
Device
Change the memory location (p. 15)
Settings Access the Settings menu (p. 36)
Manage files
Copy or delete files stored in internal memory or external memory devices.
Copy
Delete
Select Multiple Files
Select Storage Device
Settings
Photo Size
File Size
Date
Photos
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Browse and manage multimedia
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Copy files
Connect an external memory device (SD memory card or USB
memory device) to the frame and copy files from the external memory
device to the frame or vice versa.
From the Main menu screen, select a memory location
1	
(Frame Memory, SD Card, or USB).
Scroll to
2	 Photos, Videos, or Music and touch e.
Scroll to the file you want to copy and touch
3	 m.
To copy all files in the selected folder, select the folder.
•	
Scroll to
4	 Copy and touch e.
To copy multiple files, select
•	 Select Multiple Files.
Select a destination for the files.
5	
The selected files will be copied.
•	
Manage files (continued)
Photos copied to the frame will be automatically
•	
resized to be optimal for the screen. To copy the
photos in their original sizes, from the Main menu
screen, select Settings → General → Frame
Memory Copy → Original Size (p. 39).
The resized photos will have lower resolution
•	
compared to the original photos, but with smaller
file sizes, you can store more photos.
Copy
Choose a device to copy a photo to.
SD Card
USB
Photos
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Browse and manage multimedia
31
Delete files
From the Main menu screen, select a memory location
1	
(Frame Memory, SD Card, or USB).
Scroll to
2	 Photos, Videos, or Music and touch e.
Scroll to the file you want to delete and touch
3	 m.
To delete all files in the selected folder, select the folder.
•	
Scroll to
4	 Delete and touch e.
To delete multiple files, select
•	 Select Multiple Files.
Select
5	 Yes to confirm.
The selected file will be deleted.
•	
Manage files (continued)
Delete
Do you want to delete the
photo?
Yes No
Photos
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32
From the Main menu screen, scroll to
1	 Bluetooth and touch
e.
The Bluetooth wireless feature turns on by default.
•	
To turn off the Bluetooth wireless feature, from the Main menu
•	
screen, select Settings → Bluetooth → Bluetooth Mode →
Off.
Select
2	 Search to find other Bluetooth-enabled devices.
Scroll to a device and touch
3	 e.
When the owner of the other device enters the same PIN or
•	
accepts the connection, pairing is complete.
The frame’s default PIN is 0000.
To end the Bluetooth connection, move to any other screens and
•	
the connection will terminate automatically.
To end the Bluetooth connection when connected to A2DP
•	
devcies, such as headsets, scroll to the connected device and
touch e.
If you repetitively search and cancel Bluetooth functions, the remote
•	
control and touch buttons may cease to function due to instability of
the frame.
You cannot receive files when connected to an A2DP device, such as
•	
a Bluetooth headset. To receive files, end the connection with the A2DP
device.
Use the Bluetooth wireless feature
Connect to other wireless devices for exchanging data.
Find and pair with other Bluetooth-enabled devices
Bluetooth
Type Device Name
Search
Com 01 (000F:CC:AC842)
Phone 01 (0015:00:158E2)
Bluetooth (001F:60:15842)
Bluetooth 000F:00:15CG4D)
Com 02 (000F:B9:153264)
Phone 02 (001F:00:354832)
CSR (0010:00:1S5D42)
Com 03 (000F:00:038317)
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Use the Bluetooth wireless feature
33
In the device list, scroll to one of the paired devices and
1	
touch m.
Scroll to
2	 Photo List and touch e.
The photo list of the connected device will display.
•	
Photo List is deactivated when you connect to a headset or
speaker.
Select the files you want to copy and select
3	 Copy.
The selected files will be copied to the frame’s memory.
•	
You can receive files from an screens except for the Bluetooth
screen. If you cannot receive files, restart the Bluetooth wireless
feature by selecting Settings → Bluetooth → Bluetooth Mode →
On and then Off (p 40).
Get data using the Bluetooth wireless feature
Copy
Select BACK Select All
Reset
[xx] photos selected.
Copy : Copy to selected photos to Frame Memory.
Reset : Cancel all selections.
Bluetooth
File Name
All
Upper Folder
Folder(12)
Sky.jpg
Hi.jpg
Hello.jpg
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Use the Bluetooth wireless feature
34
In the device list, scroll to one of the paired devices and
1	
touch m.
Scroll to one of the following menus and touch
2	 e.
Menu Description
Photo List* Access the photo list of the paired device (p. 33)
Rename Rename the paired device
Delete Delete one of the paired devices
Delete All Delete all of the paired devices
Settings Access the Settings menu (p. 40)
* 
Photo List is deactivated when you select a device that is not connected to the
frame.
Use Bluetooth menus
Photo List
Rename
Delete
Delete All
Settings
Bluetooth
Device Name
Search
Com 01 (000F:CC:AC842)
Phone 01 (0015:00:158E2)
Bluetooth (001F:60:15842)
Bluetooth 000F:00:15CG4D)
Com 02 (000F:B9:153264)
Phone 02 (001F:00:354832)
CSR (0010:00:1S5D42)
Com 03 (000F:00:038317)
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Use the Bluetooth wireless feature
35
The Bluetooth wireless feature can transmit data to a maximum of 10 meters (30 feet). This distance may be reduced
•	
by obstacles, such as walls or people, or other devices that use or produce radio waves, such as WLAN devices or
other mobile phones on the 2.4GHz band. Obstacles or other wireless devices can interfere with the Bluetooth wireless
connection and reduce the effective range.
The frame’s wireless antenna is located in front of
•	 p. For best results, ensure that you are within the maximum
distance for a Bluetooth connection and that there are no obstacles between the devices. Interference from other
devices may cause the frame to emit unusual noises or function improperly.
The Bluetooth wireless feature may cause interference with medical devices. Do not use the frame or other Bluetooth-
•	
enabled devices in hospitals, airplanes, and trains or near automatic doors, alarms, or flammable gases.
Your frame supports security settings for safe connections with other Bluetooth-enabled devices. However, you should
•	
always take precautions to secure your data when connecting to other Bluetooth-enabled devices. Samsung is not
responsible for any loss of private information over a Bluetooth wireless connection.
The Bluetooth wireless feature in your frame may not be compatible with all Bluetooth-enabled devices. For best
•	
results, pair and connect your frame only with devices certified by the Bluetooth SIG and ensure that the Bluetooth
profiles of the devices are compatible. Even when a device is certified by the Bluetooth SIG, some incompatibilities may
occur and some features or functions may be unavailable.
When playing music over a Bluetooth wireless connection, you may experience interference from other devices,
•	
temporary interruptions in your music, or limited functionality of your frame, depending on wireless devices present in
the area or the physical environment.
Information for using Bluetooth
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36
From the Main menu screen, scroll to
1	 Settings and touch
e.
Scroll to
2	 Photos and touch e.
Select and adjust slideshow effects (p.
3	 22).
From the Main menu screen, scroll to
1	 Settings and touch
e.
Scroll to
2	 Clock and touch e.
Set the time and date and customize the clock settings
3	
(p. 13).
Customize settings
Define frame settings according to your preferences.
Adjust slideshow effects
Set the time and date
Option
Slideshow Transition
Slideshow Speed
Slideshow Mode
Slideshow Order
View Mode
Aspect Ratio
Display Photo Info
: Fade
: Fast
: All photos
: Normal
: Photo Only
: Auto Fit
: On
Settings
Category
Photos
Clock
Alarm
General24 Hours
Bluetooth
Support
Option
Clock Set
Date Format
Time Format
Clock Type
: DD.MM.YYYY
: 24 Hours
: Clock 1
Settings
Category
Photos
Clock
Alarm
General
Bluetooth
Support
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Customize settings
37
Set a new alarm
From the Main menu screen, scroll to
1	 Settings and touch
e.
Scroll to
2	 Alarm and touch e.
Scroll to an empty alarm and touch
3	 e.
Touch
4	 d, u, l, or r to set alarm details.
OK Cancel
Activation
On
AM/PM
AM
Set time
Manual
Repeat
Once
Hour
12
Sound
Sound 1
Minute
00
Volume
70
When you are finished, select
5	 OK.
•	 will appear at the top right corner of the screen.
You can only have an alarm for a specified time. Duplicate alarms will be
ignored.
Set and use alarms
Set and control alarms for important events.
Category
Photos
Clock
Alarm
General
Bluetooth
Support
Option
Alarm1
Alarm2
Alarm3
Alarm4
Alarm5
: Off
: Off
: Off
: Off
: Off
Settings
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Customize settings
38
Stop an alarm
When the alarm sounds, touch any button except for p to stop the
alarm. If you do not stop the alarm, it will sound for 1 minute.
Deactivate an alarm
From the Main menu screen, scroll to
1	 Settings and touch
e.
Scroll to
2	 Alarm and touch e.
Scroll to the alarm you want to deactivated and touch
3	 e.
Scroll to
4	 Off and select OK .
Set and use alarms (continued)
Alarm1
Current
PM
PM
PM
Settings
Category
Photos
Clock
Alarm
General
Bluetooth
Support
Option
Alarm1
OK
Alarm
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Customize settings
39
From the Main menu screen, scroll to
1	 Settings and touch
e.
Scroll to
2	 General and touch e.
Scroll to one of the following options and touch
3	 e.
Option Description
Quick Setup
Set up basic settings, including the language for your
frame (p. 11)
Language Select a language to display (p. 11)
Brightness Adjust the brightness of the screen
Button Sound Set the button sound
Auto Picture
On/Off
Set the time for the screen to turn on or off automatically
(for example, you can set the screen to turn off when you
go to sleep or turn on when you wake up in the morning)
When you set this options and the screen is off,
touch any button except for p to turn it back on
again.
Startup Mode
Select a mode to activate when the frame turns on
Home
•	 : Start with the Main menu
Last Mode
•	 : Start with the mode you used last
Slideshow
•	 : Start with a slideshow
Frame Memory
Copy
Original Size
•	 : Copy photos in their original size
Resized
•	 : Copy photos in reduced sizes for optimal
resolution on the screen
Screen Saver Select a screensaver (Slideshow or Clock)
Customize general settings
Category
Photos
Clock
Alarm
General
Bluetooth
Support
Option
Quick Setup
Language
Brightness
Button Sound
Auto Picture On/Off
Startup Mode
Frame Memory Copy
Screen Saver
: English
: 70
: Off
: Home
: Original Size
: Slideshow
Settings
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Customize settings
40
From the Main menu screen, scroll to
1	 Settings and touch
e.
Scroll to
2	 Bluetooth and touch e.
Scroll to one of the following options and touch
3	 e.
Option Description
Bluetooth
Mode
Turn on or off the Bluetooth wireless feature
Password
Set a password for the Bluetooth wireless feature
The frame’s default PIN is 0000
•	
Device
Information
View device information or rename the frame
Customize Bluetooth settings
Category
Photos
Clock
Alarm
General
Bluetooth
Support
Option
Bluetooth Mode
Password
Device Information
: On
Settings
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Customize settings
41
From the Main menu screen, scroll to
1	 Settings and touch
e.
Scroll to
2	 Support and touch e.
Scroll to one of the following options and touch
3	 e.
Option Description
Upgrade
Software
Update the frame with the latest firmware (p. 43)
Reset
Reset all settings and options to their factory defaults
(except for the time and language settings)
Product Guide View basic instructions for using your frame
Product
Information
View product information, such as model name, firmware
version, memory usage, or copyright
Update or reset the frame
Category
Photos
Clock
Alarm
General
Bluetooth
Settings
Option
Upgrade Software
Reset
Product Guide
Product Information
Settings
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42
Before use
Read the Frame Manager User Manual to install the program properly.
••
Use the USB cable provided with the frame.
••
Do not use the frame as a primary monitor. The screen may not work
••
properly.
Touch
•• d or u to adjust the brightness when you use the frame as a
mini-monitor.
If you have moved a program icon or window to the secondary monitor,
••
move it back to the primary monitor after use.
The frame may not function properly with some video cards. In this case,
••
try setting the hardware acceleration to None.
To set the hardware acceleration to None,
1. Right-click on the Windows desktop, and select Properties.
2. 
When the Display Properties window appears, select Settings → Advanced →
Troubleshoot → Hardware acceleration and drag the indicator to None.
For Windows Vista, the Aero 3D effect may not function while using the
••
frame as a mini-monitor and some videos may not play on the frame.
The frame does not function as a Windows Presentation Foundation
••
application.

System requirements for using the frame
as a mini-monitor
OS: Windows XP (SP2/SP3), Vista (32bit)
••
USB: Extended Host Controller (EHCT) for USB 2.0
••
RAM: 512 MB or more
••
CPU: 2.4 GHz or more
••
Appendix
Use as a PC mini-monitor
You can use the frame as a mini-monitor (supplementary monitor) for a PC. Install the Frame Manager program on your
PC and connect the frame to the PC with the USB cable. For more information, visit the Samsung Electronics webpage
(http://www.samsung.com) and search for “800P” or “1000P”.
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43
Connect the external memory device (SD memory card or
1	
USB memory device) to the PC (p. 14).
Copy the latest firmware you have downloaded to the
2	
external memory device.
Copy the firmware to the root folder on the memory device.
•	
Disconnect the external memory device from the PC, and
3	
then connect it to the frame.
From the Main menu screen, scroll to
4	 Settings and touch
e.
Scroll to
5	 Support and touch e.
Scroll to
6	 Upgrade Software and touch e.
Select the external memory device.
7	
The firmware will be updated.
•	
When the update is complete, turn the frame off , remove
8	
the external memory device (SD memory card or USB
memory device), and turn the frame on.
Back up your files (photos, videos, or music)
•	
before updating the firmware to prevent losing
them.
While the update is in progress,
•	
Do not disconnect the external device (SD memory
-
-
card or USB memory device) from the frame.
Do not touch any buttons.
-
-
Do not insert any other memory cards.
-
-
Do not turn the frame off .
-
-
You can verify that the firmware is updated to the
•	
latest version by accessing Product Information
in Settings → Upgrade Software.
Update Firmware
Download and install the latest firmware from the Samsung Electronics web page (http://www.samsung.com).
Upgrade Software
Getting upgrade files now.
Do not remove the storage device.
Upgrading…
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44
Troubleshooting
Try the following if you have trouble using the frame.
Issue Resolution
The frame will not turn on. Verify that the power cable is connected properly.
When connecting the frame to a PC with
the USB connector, the screen blinks and
the frame turns off automatically.
There may be a problem with the USB port of the PC.
There is light leaking along the border of
the clock screen.
If the screen is black, there may be light showing through due to the characteristics of the LCD
panel. This is normal.
The time setting is not correct.
When the power adapter is disconnected for a long period of time, the current time settings may
be lost. Connect the power adapter at all times.
It takes time for a photo to display when
the frame turns on or during a slideshow.
If the resolution of a photo is high or the file size is large, it may take longer to display.
Even though there is free space left on the
internal memory, photos will not copy there.
If the FAT section of the internal memory is damaged, photos may not copy there.
•	
Make a folder inside the internal memory to copy photos.
•	
External devices (USB memory device or
SD memory card) do not function properly.
Verify that the devices are connected properly.
•	
Verify that the photos stored in the external memory devices are in JPEG format. Corrupted or
•	
damaged files will not display.
The device may not be supported by the frame. Try another device.
•	
JPEG photos do not play.
JPEG photos saved in CMYK modes will not display.
•	
JPEG photos edited by image editors (e.g., Photoshop or Paintshop) may not display properly.
•	
Save photos in JPEG format after editing on a PC and play the slideshow again.
Some photos will not display in a
slideshow.
Your frame can read up to 10,000 photos. Photos exceeding this limit will not display in a
slideshow.
The proportion of a photo is not correct. From the Main menu screen, select Settings → Photos → Aspect Ratio → Original Fit.
The preview plays slowly. When there are many photos or large file sizes, the preview may be slow.
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45
Issue Resolution
Even when there is only one photo on the
memory card or Slideshow Mode is set to
One photo, the slideshow effect is applied
to the photo.
The effect is applied to protect the panel.
In what order are the photos displayed on a
memory card?
The photos are arranged by file names, in the order of number – upper case letter – lower case
letter.
The slideshow will not start automatically. Verify that Startup Mode is set to Slideshow in Settings → General (p. 39).
I activated the Auto Picture On/Off
feature, but the screen does not turn on
automatically.
Verify that the current time is set correctly.
•	
If you have touched
•	 p to turn the frame off when the Auto Picture On/Off feature is
activated, the screen does not turn on automatically. The screen turns on automatically only
when the screen was turned off automatically via the Off Time setting.
I want to reset the frame.
Select Reset in Settings → Support to their factory default, but the time and language settings
will not be reset.
Troubleshooting (continued)
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46
Specifications
Digital frame
Model name 800P 1000P
Panel
Type 8” TFT LCD 10” TFT LCD
Resolution 800 x 480 1024 x 600
File formats
Photo
BMP
JPEG (CMYK formats not supported)
Support the maximum resolution of 16,000 X 16,000
•	
Support the maximum ratio from 1:6 to 6:1
•	
Music MP3 (Frequency: 8 ~ 48 Khz, Bit Rates : 8 ~ 320 Kbps)
Video
Video Codec Format Combination Capability
M-JPEG(*.MOV, *.AVI)
Container Video Audio
VGA(640 X 480),
30 Fps, 15000 Kbps
MOV
AVI
JPEG
MJPG
PCM
PCM
* PCM : PCM, ADPCM, ALAW, MULAW
MPEG-1(*.MPG)
Container Video Audio
D1(720 X 480), 30 Fps,
2000 Kbps CBR
MPG MPEG-1 MP2
* MP2 : MPEG-1 Layer II
MPEG-4(*.AVI, *.MP4)
Container Video Audio
D1(720 X 480), 30 Fps,
2000 Kbps CBR
AVI
MP4
MPEG-4
mp4v
MP3/PCM/AC-3
AAC
* MPEG-4 : MPEG-4 ASP
* AAC: AAC-LC
Built-in memory 2GB
USB Host (USB 2.0) / Device (USB 2.0)
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47
Specifications (continued)
Power
Rating External DC 12V
Consumption On: 11 W / Off: less than 1 W On: 11 W / Off: less than 1 W
General
Dimension (W x H x D)
228.0 mm X 167.4 mm X 118.0 mm (When the
frame is set up)
228.0 mm X 27.0 mm X 193.4 mm
272.0 mm X 197.4 mm X 118.0 mm (When the
frame is set up)
272.0 mm X 27.0 mm X 223.6 mm
Weight 670 g 750 g
* The design of the product may vary according to the model. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
* This device is a class B digital apparatus.
Bluetooth
Emission Type F1D Oscillation System Crystall Oscillation System
RF power CLASS II Specifications Version Supported 2.0+EDR
Transmission Power 0.1 mW Profile
OPP(Client), FTP(Server/Client),
A2DP, AVRCP, GAVDP
Transmission Frequency 2402 ~ 2480 MHz Bluetooth QD ID B015915
Number of channels 79 channels Module BTM0605C4NA
Modulation System GFSK / 8D PSK Temperature 0 °C ~ +40 °C
Communication System Half-duplex operation Humidity 0 % ~ 95 %
* RF power may differ depending on user environment.
Correct disposal of the frame
Dispose of the product according to local regulations and applicable laws.
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48
Region Contact Center Web Site
Europe
(continued)
FRANCE 01 48 63 00 00 www.samsung.com
GERMANY
01805 - SAMSUNG
(726-7864 € 0,14/Min)
www.samsung.com
HUNGARY 06-80-SAMSUNG (726-7864) www.samsung.com
ITALIA 800-SAMSUNG (726-7864) www.samsung.com
LATVIA 8000-7267 www.samsung.com
LITHUANIA 8-800-77777 www.samsung.com
LUXEMBURG 261 03 710 www.samsung.com
NETHERLANDS
0900-SAMSUNG
(0900-7267864) (€ 0,10/Min)
www.samsung.com
NORWAY 815-56 480 www.samsung.com
POLAND
0 801 1SAMSUNG (172678)
022-607-93-33
www.samsung.com
PORTUGAL 80820-SAMSUNG (726-7864) www.samsung.com
SLOVAKIA 0800-SAMSUNG (726-7864) www.samsung.com
SPAIN
902 - 1 - SAMSUNG
(902 172 678)
www.samsung.com
SWEDEN 0771 726 7864 (SAMSUNG) www.samsung.com
SWITZERLAND
0848 - SAMSUNG
(7267864, CHF 0.08/min)
www.samsung.com/ch
www.samsung.com/ch_fr/
(French)
U.K 0845 SAMSUNG (7267864) www.samsung.com
CIS
RUSSIA 8-800-555-55-55 www.samsung.com
ARMENIA 0-800-05-555
AZERBAIJAN 088-55-55-555
BELARUS 810-800-500-55-500
GEORGIA 8-800-555-555
KAZAKHSTAN 8-10-800-500-55-500
KYRGYZSTAN 00-800-500-55-500 www.samsung.com
MOLDOVA 00-800-500-55-500
TADJIKISTAN 8-10-800-500-55-500 www.samsung.com
UKRAINE 0-800-502-000
www.samsung.ua
www.samsung.com/ua_ru
UZBEKISTAN 8-10-800-500-55-500 www.samsung.com
Region Contact Center Web Site
North America
CANADA 1-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864) www.samsung.com
MEXICO 01-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864) www.samsung.com
U.S.A 1-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864) www.samsung.com
Latin America
ARGENTINE 0800-333-3733 www.samsung.com
BRAZIL
0800-124-421
4004-0000
www.samsung.com
CHILE 800-SAMSUNG (726-7864) www.samsung.com
COLOMBIA 01-8000112112 www.samsung.com
COSTA RICA 0-800-507-7267 www.samsung.com
ECUADOR 1-800-10-7267 www.samsung.com
EL SALVADOR 800-6225 www.samsung.com
GUATEMALA 1-800-299-0013 www.samsung.com
HONDURAS 800-7919267 www.samsung.com
JAMAICA 1-800-234-7267 www.samsung.com
NICARAGUA 00-1800-5077267 www.samsung.com
PANAMA 800-7267 www.samsung.com
PUERTO RICO 1-800-682-3180 www.samsung.com
REP. DOMINICA 1-800-751-2676 www.samsung.com
TRINIDAD &
TOBAGO
1-800-SAMSUNG (726-7864) www.samsung.com
VENEZUELA 0-800-100-5303 www.samsung.com
Europe
AUSTRIA
0810 - SAMSUNG
(7267864, € 0.07/min)
www.samsung.com
BELGIUM 02-201-24-18
www.samsung.com/be
(Dutch)
www.samsung.com/be_fr
(French)
CZECH
800 - SAMSUNG
(800-726786)
www.samsung.com
Samsung Zrt., česká organizační složka, Oasis Florenc,
Sokolovská394/17, 180 00, Praha 8
DENMARK 70 70 19 70 www.samsung.com
EIRE 0818 717100 www.samsung.com
ESTONIA 800-7267 www.samsung.com
FINLAND 030 - 6227 515 www.samsung.com
Contact information of Samsung Worldwide
If you have any questions or comments relating to Samsung products, please contact.
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49
Region Contact Center Web Site
Asia Pacific
(continued)
SINGAPORE 1800-SAMSUNG (726-7864) www.samsung.com
TAIWAN 0800-329-999 www.samsung.com
THAILAND
1800-29-3232
02-689-3232
www.samsung.com
VIETNAM 1 800 588 889 www.samsung.com
Middle East &
Africa
BAHRAIN 8000-4726
JORDAN 800-22273
SOUTH AFRICA 0860-SAMSUNG (726-7864 ) www.samsung.com
TURKEY 444 77 11 www.samsung.com
U.A.E 800-SAMSUNG (726-7864) www.samsung.com
Region Contact Center Web Site
Asia Pacific
AUSTRALIA 1300 362 603 www.samsung.com
CHINA
400-810-5858
010-6475 1880
www.samsung.com
HONG KONG (852) 3698-4698
www.samsung.com/hk
www.samsung.com/hk_en/
INDIA
3030 8282
1800 110011
1800 3000 8282
1800 266 8282
www.samsung.com
INDONESIA
0800-112-8888
021-5699-7777
www.samsung.com
JAPAN 0120-327-527 www.samsung.com
MALAYSIA 1800-88-9999 www.samsung.com
NEW ZEALAND
0800 SAMSUNG (0800 726
786)
www.samsung.com
PHILIPPINES
1-800-10-SAMSUNG
(726-7864)
1-800-3-SAMSUNG
(726-7864)
1-800-8-SAMSUNG
(726-7864)
02-5805777
www.samsung.com
Contact information of Samsung Worldwide (continued)
Software License
To send inquiries and requests for questions regarding open sources, contact Samsung via Email (vdswmanager@samsung.com).
This product uses some software programs which are distributed under the Independent JPEG Group.
••
This product uses some software programs which are distributed under the Freetype Project.
••
This product uses some software programs which are distributed under the OpenSSL Project.
••
This product uses some software programs which are distributed under the MPL.
••
This product uses some software programs which are distributed under the GPL/LGPL license.
••
GPL software: Linux Kernel, Busybox, Binutils, U-boot, wireless_tools, pump / LGPL software: Glibc, ffmpeg, smpeg, libgphoto2, libusb, libptp, SDL, libiconv
To see more details, click Software License on the main screen of the CD-ROM.
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50
Index
A
alarm
creat, 37
stop, 38
aspect ratio, 23
B
basic settings, 11
Bluetooth
Bluetooth mode, 32
receive data, 32
brightness, 39
C
clock
clock type, 13
date format, 13
time and date, 13
time format, 13
connect
external memory devices, 14
PC, 16
F
file
browse files, 28
copy files, 30
delete files, 31
manage files, 29
transfer files, 17
firmware upgrade, 43
Frame Manager, 42
L
language, 11, 39
M
main menu, 12
mass storage, 17
memory location, 15
mini monitor, 42
music
mode, 27
order, 27
play music, 26
repeat, 27
settings, 27
P
PC requirements, 42
product disposal, 47
product information, 40
Q
quick setup, 11
R
remote control, 9
reset settings, 41
rotate, 21

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