Samsung Galaxy S II

Samsung Galaxy S II

Guide to phone keys and sockets - Samsung Galaxy S II

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On/Off

Several functions are associated with On/Off:

Step 2 of 11

On/Off

Press On/Off to turn on your phone.

Step 3 of 11

On/Off

Press and hold On/Off to access other functions, such as silent mode and flight mode.

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The Home key

Press the Home key to return to standby mode.

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The Return key

Press the Return key to exit an active menu item.

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The Menu key

Press the Menu key to open a pop-up menu.

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The Volume keys

Press the Top volume key or the Bottom volume key to adjust the volume.

Step 8 of 11

Socket

Connect the charger or data cable to the phone socket and to a wall socket or your computer's USB port.

Step 9 of 11

Headset socket

Connect the headset to the headset socket at the top of your phone.

Step 10 of 11

Camera lens at the back of your phone

Point the camera lens at the back of your phone at the required object to take a picture, record a video clip or during a video call.

Step 11 of 11

Camera lens at the front of your phone

Point the camera lens at the front of your phone at the required object during a video call.

1. On/Off

Several functions are associated with On/Off:
Press On/Off to turn on your phone.
Press and hold On/Off to access other functions, such as silent mode and flight mode.

2. The Home key

Press the Home key to return to standby mode.

3. The Return key

Press the Return key to exit an active menu item.

4. The Menu key

Press the Menu key to open a pop-up menu.

5. The Volume keys

Press the Top volume key or the Bottom volume key to adjust the volume.

6. Socket

Connect the charger or data cable to the phone socket and to a wall socket or your computer's USB port.

7. Headset socket

Connect the headset to the headset socket at the top of your phone.

8. Camera lens at the back of your phone

Point the camera lens at the back of your phone at the required object to take a picture, record a video clip or during a video call.

9. Camera lens at the front of your phone

Point the camera lens at the front of your phone at the required object during a video call.
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