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Tools

These are some common tools used to work on this device. You might not need every tool for every procedure.

Identification and Background ¶ 

Released with an array of multimedia functions, the Propel (A767) was one of the most popular non-smart phones at the end of 2008. Though its 1.3-megapixel camera and camcorder are nothing special, it contains stereo Bluetooth technology and a MP3 player with expandable microSD memory support. The multimedia aspect of the phone boasts AT&T Mobile Music, CV to stream video, Video Share for two-way video calls, email and instant messaging services, and AT&T navigator to get you from point A to point B faster. Overall, the Propel is a rather solid, fun phone, but not much more.

You can check to be sure that you have the Propel by looking at the sticker under the battery and checking that it says the model number SGH-A767.

Technical Specs ¶ 

Battery ¶ 

  • 1000 mAh Li-Ion
  • 5 hours talk time
  • 250 hours standby time

Display ¶ 

  • TFT Technology
  • 220 x 176 pixels
  • 2.20 inches physical size
  • 65,536 colors

Weight ¶ 

  • 3.79 oz (107 g)

Dimensions ¶ 

  • 3.85 x 2.33x 0.58 in
  • 98 x 59 x 15 mm

Camera ¶ 

  • 1.3 megapixels
  • Digital Zoom
  • Video capture
  • Video Share

Features ¶ 

  • Music Player (supports MP3)
  • Video Playback
  • Internet Browsing
  • GPS
  • Calendar
  • Alarms
  • To-Do/Tasks
  • Calculator, World Clock, Notes, Memo

Messaging ¶ 

  • SMS and Email

Connectivity ¶ 

  • Bluetooth v2.0
  • USB

Additional Information ¶ 

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