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Male speaker: Welcome to thehumanmanualonline.com. In this video tutorial we'll show you how to send a text message. First you need to unlock your touchscreen by pressing the hold button at the top left of the handset.
To access your messages, tap Menu. Then tap Messages. Now tap Create new message. Then tap Message. Pressing this option will allow you add recipients to the message. You can choose to add recently messaged contacts or include contacts from a group of people. Using the stick option, it gives you the ability to select multiple people instantly.
Tap the middle of the messaging panel; now tap your keypad to type your message.
Top of the screen shows you how many characters can be typed into the message on your typing mode. By pressing ABC icon, you can click between multi-tap, which is also known as ABC; ABC T9, which is predictive texting, or 123 modes. By pressing EN, you can change your language up to 8 different languages.
Pressing the symbol key will show 4 different pages of symbols, which are available for you to use.
We are typing using predictive texting, which cleverly guesses what we want to write based on our key presses. You only need to press each key once. To choose alternative words, press the highlighted key Aa key, which is at the bottom middle between the star and the hash.
If you want to spell a word, then tap Aa last symbol. We now show you how to do this in the video.
Using the arrows you will be able to move your cursor on the text message. Pressing the paperclip will give you the ability to add images, sounds and videos to the message. You can also do that from here too. From here you can switch on your deliverables. To send your message, press the messaging icon.
This is your Inbox, using the arrows at the top, you can click between your inbox, drafts, outbox, sent items and much more.
By using text Templates, you can send standard messages quicker. For instance, I'm in a meeting, I'll call you back.
Through settings, you can alter message setting including your message center number, your validity period or whether you want to keep a copy of any messages sent. This is your message center number.
We're now checking our memory status for all our message types including multimedia messages also known as picture messaging, email and text messages. SOS is emergency text feature from Samsung, you can preset message to be sent enough once if you're in danger. This is activated by pressing the volume control 4 times whilst the phone is in key lock mode.
You can also access your messages by pressing the short cut button on the front of the phone.
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