Samsung Omnia i910 Manual

I was reviewing my analytics stats and I noticed that some of you find this site when you search for the Samsung Omnia i910 Manual or Guide. So I thought I would make it easy on you guys. There are two version of the Omnia i910 manual available online:

Verizon Omnia Manual

Samsung Omnia i910 Manual (PDF Verizon Copy from the Samsung Website – 32.63MB)

This manual covers the following topics in detail:

  • Section 1: Getting Started
  • Section 2: Menu Icons
  • Section 3: Understanding Your Phone
  • Section 4: Customization and Navigation
  • Section 5: Security
  • Section 6: Call Functions
  • Section 7: Network Services
  • Section 8: Entering Text
  • Section 9: Messaging
  • Section 10: Contacts
  • Section 11: Microsoft Mobile Applications
  • Section 12: Multimedia
  • Section 13: Web
  • Section 14: Personal Organizer
  • Section 15: Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Services
  • Section 16: Synchronization
  • Section 17: Tools
  • Section 18: Changing Your Settings
  • Section 19: Health and Safety Information
  • Section 20: Warranty Information
  • Index

    Samsung Omina i910 Online Guide

    Samsung Omnia i910 Guide (SWF Flash Version from the Verizon website)

    Now this one I tried to embed on this page but Verizon makes it impossible to distribute because the file is set up to pull all its components from the root of its page. Anyways, here’s a screenshot:

    Samsung Omnia i910 Guide

    It just about covers the same topics as the PDF manual but include neat animations and videos that might help those like me who are more hands on and rather not read a bunch of technical jargon.

    I may go through the Verizon CD and see if there are any other goodies worth showcasing here later today.

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    7 Responses to “Samsung Omnia i910 Manual”

    1. kim says:

      Hi, can you tell me if the Samsung Omnia I910 can take more than 200 SMS in the inbox?

      Thanks

    2. steve lavictoire says:

      Hi,

      This website is cool. do you know where I can get a desktop software for my i910?

      Regards,

      Steve

    3. J. Wagner says:

      I don’t know about you but I found this to be about the sorriest supported piece of electronics I’ve ever encountered except for something I built or put together myself. Trying to find apps that worked on it were nonexistent absolutely no help from anywhere. Yours is probably the most informative site I’ve found on this phone. Don’t get me wrong the phone itself and the ideas behind were great. I just can’t wait till my 2 yr contract on it is up next month when I’ll be getting a droid!

      Tnx,
      JW

    4. Omnia Fan says:

      J. Wagner… Try going to omniahub.com They have a wealth of info and applications for the Omnia. Just try googling what you are looking for. There are tons of other sites as well. You are obviously not looking hard enough and just wanted to bitch about it when you are just lazy.

    5. CDavis says:

      Does anyone else have the problem of a frozen screen? Mine is completely frozen on the left hand side and I can’t even enter my password to open it. Verizon tells me the only solution is to do a hard reset, which will erase my entire memory and start over. This is the third time this has happened in the past year and a half. I’m beyond livid right now.

    6. Tina says:

      There are no ring tones that work for the omniai910.Everything I find is low grade.I will be getting the droid soon.

    7. DM says:

      Funky, funky phone. Things mysteriously change on it and I can’t find any file or info on phone to change it back. I can’t see incoming calls. the window dropped to the botytom of the phon and just the banner claiming incoming call shows!

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