I received a brief introduction booklet with my new SCH-u740 phone. I want to download the full version of the complete user guide that is available. Where do I go to get this information. There is no problem with the phone, it is brand new. I want the complete user guide to guide me through the steps on operating it correctly.
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If the phone doesn't come with a usb cord, then the easiest way that I've found is loading all the music to a micro SD card and just inserting it back into my phone. If your phone doesn't have a micro sd slot either, and you get internet on your phone, you have to find a mobile friendly download site, which are all over the place. Hope some of this helps.
Verizon told me that maybe at the store they could possibly download the software back on to my phone......that's a big maybe. The tech told me that once it gets to this point, a lot of time it's too late. If they can it will happen, if they can't oh well, I'll get another phone and go on. I really like this phone and the version 2 from what I was told, won't do this. But I also know to back everything up.
Did you try taking out the battery and letting it dry. Depending on how wet it got, your battery may need to dry out or the phone is damaged. My friend dropped his in the shower, took 2 days for the battery to dry out and it was fine.
James121 is not correct. In this case, with the Samsun sch-u740, the screws are simple small philips screws. Its also pretty tough to get the cover off. you also have to deal with alot of wires to replace the lcd, including soldering the speaker back to the lcd. this is not recommended for 99% of people.