Galaxy Grand Samsung User Manual

Download the Galaxy Grand Samsung User Manual here. This is the user manual for the Samsung Galaxy Grand telephone. We have listed the specification of the phone below. Check with Samsung before you buy the phone to ensure that there has not been an upgrade in the specs of the telephone.

Galaxy Grand Samsung User Manual

You can also find the Samsung USB driver on this website. The Galaxy Grand is very much in line with the Samsung Galaxy S II Mobile phone in terms of specs. It has a dual core processor and this runs at 1.2 GHz which is as fast as the SII phone. There is also 1GB of RAM and a 5inch display with an 8MP camera. See the Samsung PC Suite for more options.


Switching between networks

Your phone has two slots for SIM cards. This means you can have two SIM cards in your phone at the same time. So, if you have two different phone numbers, you don’t need to carry two phones around. You can switch between these two cards when you’re making calls or sending messages.

Your device can be on standby for two different networks at the same time. But remember, you can’t make or receive calls on both networks at the same time.

Here’s how you can activate your SIM cards:

  1. Go to your Home screen.
  2. Tap on Apps.
  3. Then, go to Settings.
  4. Look for SIM card manager and tap on it.
  5. Choose the SIM card you want to activate.
  6. Finally, tick the Activate option.

If you want to change the display name

  1. Go to your Home screen.
  2. Tap on Apps.
  3. Then, go to Settings.
  4. Look for SIM card manager and tap on it.
  5. Choose the SIM card you want to change.
  6. Tap on the card name.
  7. Then, tap on Select icon or Register name.
  8. Now, you can set a display name and icon for each card.

To switch between networks, just open the notifications panel and select the network you want to use. It’s that simple!



Here’s a simpler version of the instructions:

You have a bunch of options when you’re on a call:

  • Hold a call: You can put the call on hold by pressing and holding the headset button. To get back to the call, just tap the screen or press and hold the headset button again.
  • Add call: Want to talk to someone else while you’re on a call? Just dial their number.
  • Keypad: Need the keypad during a call? No problem, you can open it up anytime.
  • Speaker: If you want to use your phone hands-free, you can turn on the speaker. Just remember to keep the phone away from your ears when you do this.
  • Mute: If you don’t want the other person to hear you, you can turn off the microphone.
  • Headset: If you have a Bluetooth headset connected to your device, you can switch to it.
  • Swap: If you’re on two calls, you can switch between them.
  • Merge: If you’re on two calls and you want everyone to talk together, you can merge the calls. You can do this as many times as you want, as long as your service provider allows it.
  • Contacts: Need to check your contacts? You can open the list.
  • Message: Want to send a message while you’re on a call? You can do that.
  • Memo: Need to jot something down? You can create a memo.
  • Transfer: If you want to connect the first person you’re talking to with the second person and leave the call, you can transfer the call.
  • Manage conference call: If you’re on a conference call, you can have a private conversation with one person or disconnect one person from the call.


Additional Settings

To add a contact from the keypad, just enter the number and tap “Add to contacts”.

To view your call history, tap “Logs”. If you want to filter your call history, tap “View by” and select an option.

Your device can restrict outgoing calls to numbers with certain prefixes. These prefixes are stored in your SIM card. To enable this, go to “Call settings” -> “Additional settings” -> “Fixed Dialling Numbers” -> “Enable FDN”, and enter the PIN2 that came with your SIM card. Then, tap “FDN list” and add numbers.

Your device can also prevent certain types of calls from being made. For example, you can disable international calling. To do this, go to “Call settings” -> “Additional settings” -> “Call barring”, select a call type, select a call barring option, and enter a password.

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When you receive a call, you can answer it by dragging outside the circle or pressing the headset button. If you have call waiting enabled, you can answer a second call and put the first one on hold. If you want to reject a call, drag outside the circle or press and hold the headset button. You can also send a message when you reject a call by tapping “Reject call with message”. To create the rejection message, go to “Call settings” -> “Set reject messages”.

You can set your device to automatically reject calls from certain numbers. To do this, go to “Call settings” -> “Call rejection”, turn on “Auto reject mode”, and tap “Auto reject list”. Then, tap “Create”, enter a number, assign a category, and tap “Save”.


Additional Call Settings

If you miss a call, you’ll see a notification on the status bar. You can view your missed calls by opening the notifications panel.

Call waiting is a service that lets you put a current call on hold to answer an incoming call. This service isn’t available for video calls. To enable call waiting, go to “Call settings” -> “Additional settings” -> “Call waiting”.

You can set your device to forward incoming calls to a specific number. To do this, go to “Call settings” -> “Call forwarding”, select a call type and condition, enter a number, and tap “Enable”.

To end a call, tap “End call” or press the headset button. It’s as simple as that!


Importing and exporting contacts

Here’s a simplified version of the instructions:

Syncing with Google Contacts

  1. First, tap on the menu and select ‘Merge with Google’.
  2. After doing this, any contacts you’ve synced with Google Contacts will show up in your contacts list.
  3. Keep in mind that if you add or remove a contact on your device, it will also be added or removed from Google Contacts, and vice versa.

Syncing with Samsung Contacts

  1. Similarly, tap on the menu and choose ‘Merge with Samsung’.
  2. Any contacts synced with Samsung Contacts will then appear in your contacts list.
  3. Just like with Google, adding or deleting a contact on your device will also add or delete it from Samsung Contacts, and vice versa.

Importing Contacts

  1. If you want to import contacts, tap on the menu, then ‘Import/Export’.
  2. You can choose to import from your SIM card, SD card, or USB storage.

Exporting Contacts

  1. For exporting contacts, tap on the menu, then ‘Import/Export’.
  2. You can choose to export to your SIM card, SD card, or USB storage.

Sharing Contacts

  1. If you want to share contacts, tap on the menu, then ‘Import/Export’, and finally ‘Share namecard via’.
  2. Select the contacts you want to share, tap ‘Done’, and then choose how you want to share them.

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Bluetooth allows you to create a wireless connection between two devices over short distances. You can use Bluetooth to share data or media files with other devices. Here’s how you can use it:

Activating Bluetooth

  1. First, go to the Applications screen, tap on ‘Settings’, then ‘Bluetooth’.
  2. Next, slide the Bluetooth switch to the right to turn it on.

Pairing with Other Bluetooth Devices

  1. On the Applications screen, tap ‘Settings’, then ‘Bluetooth’, and finally ‘Scan’.
  2. This will show a list of devices that were detected.
  3. Choose the device you want to pair with, and confirm the auto-generated passkey on both devices.

Sending and Receiving Data

  1. Many applications support data transfer via Bluetooth. For example, the Gallery app.
  2. Open Gallery, select an image, tap on the menu, then ‘Bluetooth’, and choose one of the paired Bluetooth devices.
  3. Accept the Bluetooth authorization request on the other device to receive the image. The transferred file will be saved in the Bluetooth folder. If a contact is received, it will be automatically added to the contacts list.

Please note:

  • Samsung is not responsible for the loss, interception, or misuse of data sent or received via Bluetooth.
  • Always make sure to share and receive data with devices that are trusted and properly secured.
  • If there are obstacles between the devices, the operating distance may be reduced.
  • Some devices, especially those not tested or approved by the Bluetooth SIG, may be incompatible with your device.
  • Do not use the Bluetooth feature for illegal purposes (for example, pirating copies of files or illegally tapping communications for commercial purposes). Samsung is not responsible for the repercussions of illegal use of the Bluetooth feature.


Ringtone Settings

If you want to set a currently-playing song as your phone ringtone, here’s how you can do it:

  1. Tap on the menu icon (it usually looks like three dots or lines).
  2. Then select ‘Set as’.
  3. Finally, choose ‘Phone ringtone’.

And that’s it! The song that was playing will now be set as your phone ringtone.



Here’s a simplified version of the instructions:

Setting Alarms

  1. First, tap ‘Create alarm’.
  2. Then, set a time for the alarm to go off and select the days for the alarm to repeat.
  3. Finally, tap ‘Save’.
  4. You can also set a ‘Snooze’ interval and the number of times for the alarm to repeat after the preset time.
  5. Additionally, you can set a ‘Smart alarm’ to go off before the preset time.
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Stopping Alarms

  1. To stop an alarm, simply drag outside the large circle.
  2. If you want the alarm to repeat after a certain length of time, drag outside the large circle again.

Deleting Alarms

  1. To delete an alarm, tap and hold the alarm, then tap ‘Delete’.

World Clock

  1. To create a clock, tap ‘Add city’, then enter a city name or select a city from the cities list.
  2. If you want to apply summer time, tap and hold a clock, then tap ‘DST settings’.

Deleting Clocks

  1. To delete a clock, tap on the menu, select ‘Delete’, choose the clocks you want to delete, then tap ‘Delete’ again.


  1. To use the stopwatch, tap ‘Start’ to time an event.
  2. You can tap ‘Lap’ to record lap times.
  3. To clear lap time records, tap ‘Reset’.


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Here’s a simplified version of the instructions:

Activating Wi-Fi

  1. First, turn on the Wi-Fi feature to connect to a Wi-Fi network and access the Internet or other network devices.

Using Wi-Fi Options

  1. Tap on the menu icon to use options.
  2. Select ‘Advanced’ to customise Wi-Fi settings.
  3. Choose ‘WPS push button’ to connect to a secured Wi-Fi network with a WPS button.
  4. Or, select ‘WPS PIN entry’ to connect to a secured Wi-Fi network with a WPS PIN.

Setting Wi-Fi Sleep Policy

  1. Go to the Settings screen, tap on ‘Wi-Fi’, then the menu icon, ‘Advanced’, and finally ‘Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep’.
  2. When your device enters power-saving mode, it will automatically turn off Wi-Fi connections. If this happens, your device will automatically access data networks if it’s set to use them. This may incur data transfer fees. To avoid data-usage bills, set this option to ‘Always’.

Setting Network Notification

  1. Your device can detect open Wi-Fi networks and display an icon on the status bar to notify you when they’re available.
  2. To activate this feature, go to the Settings screen, tap on ‘Wi-Fi’, then the menu icon, ‘Advanced’, and finally tick ‘Network notification’.


Taking out the memory card

Firstly, you need to make sure it’s safe to remove the memory card. To do this, go to your device’s home screen and tap on Apps, then Settings, then Storage, and finally, Unmount SD card.

  1. Next, take off the back cover of your device and remove the battery.
  2. After that, you can take out the memory card.
  3. Lastly, put the battery back in and replace the back cover.

Remember, don’t remove the memory card while your device is transferring or accessing information. If you do, you might lose data or damage the memory card or device. Samsung won’t be responsible for any losses that happen because of misusing damaged memory cards, including losing data.


Formatting the memory card

If you format a memory card on a computer, it might not work with your device. So, it’s better to format the memory card on your device.

To do this, go to the home screen and tap on Apps, then Settings, then Storage, then Format SD card, and finally, Erase everything.

But before you format the memory card, don’t forget to backup all important data stored on your device. The manufacturer’s warranty doesn’t cover loss of data that happens because of something you did. Likewise see also the Nokia Asha 311 User Manual article on here as well.


Galaxy Grand Samsung Specifications:

General Information

ModelGalaxy Grand
Weight162 G
Form FactorTouch Bar
Dimensions143.5×76.9×9.6 MM
Operating FrequencyGSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 / 2100
Touch ScreenYes, Capacitive Touchscreen

Display Details

Display Color5.0 inches, WVGA LCD Capacitive Touchscreen, 16M Colors
Display SizeSamsung Galaxy Grand has a display size of 800 x 480 px
Display FeaturesMulti-Touch Screen, TouchWiz UI
SensorsAccelerometer, Proximity, Light, Digital Compass


CameraYes,  (rear) 8.0 MP / (front) 2.0 MP Camera
Camera Res.3264 x 2448 Pixels
ZoomYes, Digital Zoom
Video RecordingYes, 1080p@30fps
Video PlayerYes, Video Formats : MP4, H.263, H.264, WMV
Camera FeaturesGeo-tagging, touch focus, face and smile detection


JavaYes, via Java MIDP emulator
BrowserYes, HTML5
Operating SystemAndroid OS, v4.1.2 (Jelly Bean)

Call Records

Phone BookPractically Unlimited
Missed CallsPractically Unlimited
Received CallsPractically Unlimited
Dialed CallsPractically Unlimited


Stand By TimeN/A
Talk TimeN/A
Li-ion2100 mAH


Internal MemoryYes, Internal Memory : 8 GB Storage, 1 GB RAM
External MemoryYes, Up to 64 GB
Memory SlotYes, Micro SD Card


SMSYes, Threaded View
EmailYes, Supports IMAP, POP3, SMTP, Push Email
Instant MessagingYes
Social Networking ServicesFacebook, Twitter, YouTube (upload), Picasa, etc.


Ring ToneVibration, Polyphonic, MP3
MusicYes, Music Formats : MP3, WAV, eAAC+, AC3, FLAC
Headset Yes


BluetoothYes, v4.0 with A2DP, LE, EDR
Wirless ProtocolYes, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n (2.4 GHz), DLNA, Wi-Fi Hotspot
PortYes, Micro USB v2.0
Infra RedNo
3GYes, HSDPA, 21 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps
GPSYes, with A-GPS, support and GLONASS
CPUYes, 1.2 GHz Dual-Core Processor
SalespackHandset, Battery, Charger, Earphone, USB Cable


Galaxy Grand Samsung User Manual


Galaxy Grand Samsung User Manual



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