Samsung Galaxy Ace

Samsung Galaxy Ace

How to guides

Use the radio

Follow these instructions to use the radio.

Step 1 of 20

Connect headset

Connect a headset to the headset socket.

Step 2 of 20

Find "FM radio"

Press the menu icon.

Step 3 of 20

Find "FM radio"

Press FM radio.

Step 4 of 20

Use the radio

Follow the guidelines below to use the radio.

Step 5 of 20

Manual tuning

Turn the wheel to select the required frequency

Step 6 of 20

Automatic tuning

Press arrow right or arrow left.
The radio searches for channels in the selected direction and stops when a channel is found.

Step 7 of 20

Save channel

Press + at the bottom of the display.

Step 8 of 20

Save channels automatically

Press the Menu key.

If you select All channels, saved channels are replaced.
If you select Retaining favourites, saved channels are retained, see above.
Step 9 of 20

Save channels automatically

Press Scan.

If you select All channels, saved channels are replaced.
If you select Retaining favourites, saved channels are retained, see above.
Step 10 of 20

Save channels automatically

Press All channels or Retaining favourites.

If you select All channels, saved channels are replaced.
If you select Retaining favourites, saved channels are retained, see above.
Step 11 of 20

Select saved channel

Press the Menu key.

Step 12 of 20

Select saved channel

Press All channels.

Step 13 of 20

Select saved channel

Press the required channel.

Step 14 of 20

Select saved channel

Press the Return key to return to the radio.

Step 15 of 20

Turn speaker on or off

Press the Menu key.

Step 16 of 20

Turn speaker on or off

Press Via speaker or Via earphones (depending on the current setting).

Step 17 of 20

Adjust the volume

Press the upper or lower part of the Volume key to adjust the volume.

Step 18 of 20

Turn AF on or off

Press the Menu key.

If you turn on AF, the radio automatically searches for another frequency if the signal from the selected channel gets too weak.
Step 19 of 20

Turn AF on or off

Press Alternative frequency.
Depending on the current setting, the function is turned on or off.

If you turn on AF, the radio automatically searches for another frequency if the signal from the selected channel gets too weak.
Step 20 of 20

Exit

Press the Home key to return to standby mode.

1. Connect headset

Connect a headset to the headset socket.

2. Find "FM radio"

Press the menu icon.
Press FM radio.

3. Use the radio

Follow the guidelines below to use the radio.

4. Manual tuning

Turn the wheel to select the required frequency

5. Automatic tuning

Press arrow right or arrow left.
The radio searches for channels in the selected direction and stops when a channel is found.

6. Save channel

Press + at the bottom of the display.

7. Save channels automatically

Press the Menu key.
If you select All channels, saved channels are replaced.
If you select Retaining favourites, saved channels are retained, see above.
Press Scan.
If you select All channels, saved channels are replaced.
If you select Retaining favourites, saved channels are retained, see above.
Press All channels or Retaining favourites.
If you select All channels, saved channels are replaced.
If you select Retaining favourites, saved channels are retained, see above.

8. Select saved channel

Press the Menu key.
Press All channels.
Press the required channel.
Press the Return key to return to the radio.

9. Turn speaker on or off

Press the Menu key.
Press Via speaker or Via earphones (depending on the current setting).

10. Adjust the volume

Press the upper or lower part of the Volume key to adjust the volume.

11. Turn AF on or off

Press the Menu key.
If you turn on AF, the radio automatically searches for another frequency if the signal from the selected channel gets too weak.
Press Alternative frequency.
Depending on the current setting, the function is turned on or off.
If you turn on AF, the radio automatically searches for another frequency if the signal from the selected channel gets too weak.

12. Exit

Press the Home key to return to standby mode.

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