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F1200
User Guide
F1200
User Guide
Part No. MMBB0149806
Issue 1.0
Printed in Korea
Some of contents in this manual may differ from your phone depending on the software of
the phone or your service provider.
English
F1200
User Guide
Some of contents in this manual may differ from your phone depending on the software of
the phone or your service provider.
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the advanced and compact F1200
mobile phone, designed to operate with the latest digital mobile
communication technology.
This user guide contains important information on the use and operation of
this phone. Please read all the information carefully for optimal performance
and to prevent any damage to or misuse of the phone. Any changes or
modifications not expressly approved in this user’s guide could void your
warranty for this equipment.
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Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be dangerous or illegal.
Further detailed information is given in this manual.
Exposure to radio frequency energy
Radio wave exposure and Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) information
This mobile phone model F1200 has been designed to comply with applicable
safety requirement for exposure to radio waves. This requirement is based on
scientific guidelines that include safety margins designed to assure this safety
of all persons, regardless of age and health.
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The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a unit of measurement known
as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. Tests for SAR are conducted
using standardized method with the phone transmitting at its highest
certified power level in all used frequency bands.
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While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various LG
phone models, they are all designed to meet the relevant guidelines for
exposure to radio waves.
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The SAR limit recommended by the International Commission on
Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), which is 2W/kg averaged over
ten (10) gram of tissue.
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The highest SAR value for this model phone tested by DASY4 for use at the
ear is 0.888 W/kg (10g).
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SAR data information for residents in countries/regions that have adopted
the SAR limit recommended by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers (IEEE), which is 1.6 W/kg averaged over one (1) gram of tissue.
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Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Product care and maintenance
Warning: Use only batteries, charger and accessories approved for use
with this particular phone model.
The use of any other types may invalidate any approval or warranty
applying to the phone, and may be dangerous.
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Do not disassemble this unit. Take it to a qualified service technician when
repair work is required.
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Keep away from electrical appliance such as a TV, radio or personal
computer.
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The unit should be kept away from heat sources such as radiators or
cookers.
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Do not drop.
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Do not subject this unit to mechanical vibration or shock.
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The coating of the phone may be damaged if covered with wrap or vinyl
wrapper.
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Use dry cloth to clean the exterior of the unit.
(Do not use solvent such as benzene, thinner or alcohol.)
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Do not subject this unit to excessive smoke or dust.
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Do not keep the phone next to credit cards or transport tickets; it can affect
the information on the magnetic strips.
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Do not tap the screen with a sharp object; otherwise, it may damage the
phone.
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Do not expose the phone to liquid or moisture.
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Use the accessories like an earphone cautiously.
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Efficient phone operation
To enjoy optimum performance with minimum power consumption please:
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Hold the phone as you speak to any other telephone.
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If your mobile phone supports infrared, never direct the infrared ray at
anyone’s eye.
Electronics devices
All mobile phones may get interference, which could affect performance.
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Do not use your mobile phone near medical equipment without requesting
permission. Avoid placing the phone over the pacemaker, i.e. in your breast
pocket.
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Some hearing aids might be disturbed by mobile phones.
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Minor interference may affect TVs, radios, PCs, etc.
Blasting area
Do not use the phone where blasting is in progress.
Observe restrictions, and follow any regulations or rules.
Potentially explosive atmospheres
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Do not use the phone at a refueling point. Don’t use near fuel or chemicals.
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Do not transport or store flammable gas, liquid, or explosives in the
compartment of your vehicle, which contains your mobile phone and
accessories.
In aircraft
Wireless devices can cause interference in aircraft.
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Turn off your mobile phone before boarding any aircraft.
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Do not use it on the ground without crew permission.
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Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Children
Keep the phone in a safe place out of children’s reach. It includes small parts
which if detached may cause a choking hazard.
Emergency calls
Emergency calls may not be available under all cellular networks.
Therefore, you should never depend solely on the phone for emergency calls.
Check with your local service provider.
Battery information and care
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You do not need to completely discharge the battery before recharging.
Unlike other battery systems, there is no memory effect that could
compromise the battery’s performance.
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Use only LG batteries and chargers. LG chargers are designed to maximize
the battery life.
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Do not disassemble or short-circuit the battery pack.
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Keep the metal contacts of the battery pack clean.
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Replace the battery when it no longer provides acceptable performance.
The battery pack may be recharged hundreds of times until it needs
replacing.
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Recharge the battery if it has not been used for a long time to maximize
usability.
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Do not expose the battery charger to direct sunlight or use it in high
humidity, such as the bathroom.
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Do not leave the battery in hot or cold places, this may deteriorate the
battery performance.
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Batteries shall be disposed in accordance with the local povisions.
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The socket-outlet used for the AC/DC adaptor (power supply unit) shall be
near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
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Driver Safety Tips
Your wireless telephone gives you the powerful ability to communicate by voice
– almost anywhere, anytime. But an important responsibility accompanies the
benefits of wireless phones, one that every user must uphold.
When driving a car, driving is your first responsibility. When using your
wireless phone behind the wheel of a car, practice good common sense and
remember the following tips:
1. Use a hands free device. If possible, add an additional layer of
convenience and safety to your wireless phone with one of the many hands
free accessories available today.
2. Let the person you are speaking with know you are driving; if necessary,
suspend the call in heavy traffic or hazardous weather conditions. Rain,
sleet, snow, ice and even heavy traffic can be hazardous.
3. Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while driving. Jotting down a
“to do” list or flipping through your address book takes attention away from
your primary responsibility, driving safety.
4. If possible, place calls when you are not moving or before pulling into
traffic. Try to plan calls when your car will be.
5. Do not engage in stressful or emotional conversations that may be
distracting. Make people you are talking with aware you are driving and
suspend conversations that have the potential to divert your attention from
the road.
6. Use your wireless phone to call for you. Or other Dial 0-0-0 local
emergency number in the case of fire, traffic accident or medical
emergencies. Remember, it is a free call on your wireless phone!
7. Use your wireless phone to help others in emergencies, if you see an auto
accident crime in progress or other serious emergency where lives are in
danger, call 0-0-0 to call emergency number, as you would want others to
do for you.
8. Call roadside assistance or a special non-emergency wireless assistance
number when necessary. If you see a broken down vehicle posing no
serious hazard, a broken traffic signal, a minor traffic accident where no
one appears injured, or a vehicle you know to be stolen, call roadside
assistance or other special non-emergency wireless number.
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Table of Contents
F1200 features ...................................................................................................... 12
Parts of the phone .................................................................................................. 12
Display information ................................................................................................ 16
Music player ........................................................................................................... 18
Getting started ..................................................................................................... 19
Installing the SIM card and the battery pack........................................................... 19
Charging the battery .............................................................................................. 21
Disconnecting the adapter ..................................................................................... 22
Turning your phone on and off ............................................................................... 23
Access codes ......................................................................................................... 23
Barring password ................................................................................................... 24
General functions ................................................................................................ 25
Making and answering calls ................................................................................... 25
Entering text ........................................................................................................... 27
Phonebook ............................................................................................................. 30
In-call menu ........................................................................................................... 30
Multiparty or conference calls ................................................................................ 32
Menu tree .............................................................................................................. 34
Selecting functions and options ........................................................................ 36
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Call Manager [Menu-1] ......................................................................................... 37
Call register [Menu-1-1] ......................................................................................... 37
Call charges [Menu-1-2] ......................................................................................... 39
GPRS information [Menu-1-3] ................................................................................ 40
Call divert [Menu-1-4] ............................................................................................. 41
Call barring service [Menu-1-5] .............................................................................. 42
Call waiting [Menu-1-6] .......................................................................................... 42
Fixed dial number (FDN) [Menu-1-7] ..................................................................... 43
Settings [Menu-1-8] ................................................................................................ 43
Organiser [Menu-2] .............................................................................................. 45
Phonebook [Menu-2-1] .......................................................................................... 45
Scheduler [Menu-2-2] ............................................................................................ 49
Alarm clock [Menu-2-3] .......................................................................................... 50
To-do [Menu-2-4] ....................................................................................................50
Memo [Menu-2-5] ................................................................................................... 51
Tools [Menu-3] ..................................................................................................... 52
Favourites [Menu-3-1] ............................................................................................ 52
Calculator [Menu-3-2] ............................................................................................ 53
Unit converter [Menu-3-3] ...................................................................................... 53
Stop watch [Menu-3-4] ............................................................................................54
World time [Menu-3-5] ........................................................................................... 54
Voice recorder [Menu-3-6] ..................................................................................... 54
Infrared [Menu-3-7] ................................................................................................ 55
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Multimedia [Menu-4] ............................................................................................ 57
Music [Menu-4-1] ................................................................................................... 57
Games [Menu-4-2] ................................................................................................. 62
Games & Apps [Menu-4-3] .................................................................................... 63
Messages [Menu-5] .............................................................................................. 66
Text messages [Menu-5-1] .................................................................................... 66
Multimedia messages (MMS) [Menu-5-2] .............................................................. 70
Voice messages [Menu-5-3] .................................................................................. 74
Info services [Menu-5-4] ......................................................................................... 75
Templates [Menu-5-5] ............................................................................................ 76
Memory status [Menu-5-6] ..................................................................................... 77
Camera [Menu-6] .................................................................................................. 78
Take picture [Menu-6-1] ......................................................................................... 78
Gallery [Menu-6-2] ................................................................................................. 80
Memory status [Menu-6-3] ..................................................................................... 81
My stuff [Menu-7] ................................................................................................. 82
Images [Menu-7-1] ................................................................................................. 82
Sounds [Menu-7-2] ................................................................................................ 83
Applications [Menu-7-3] ......................................................................................... 83
Removable disk [Menu-7-4] ................................................................................... 83
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Service [Menu-8] .................................................................................................. 84
Internet [Menu-8-1] ................................................................................................ 84
SIM service [Menu-8-2] .......................................................................................... 87
Settings [Menu-9] ................................................................................................. 88
Sound [Menu-9-1] .................................................................................................. 88
Display [Menu-9-2] ................................................................................................. 89
Date & Time [Menu-9-3] ......................................................................................... 90
Languages [Menu-9-4] ........................................................................................... 91
Security [Menu-9-5] ................................................................................................ 91
Network [Menu-9-6] ............................................................................................... 92
GPRS [Menu-9-7] .................................................................................................. 92
Reset settings [Menu-9-8] ...................................................................................... 93
Q&A ....................................................................................................................... 94
Accessories .......................................................................................................... 96
Technical data ...................................................................................................... 98
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F1200 features
Parts of the phone
Front view
1. Up/down side keys
3. Front screen
4. Music player hot keys
2. Speaker
5. Camera lens
1. Up/down side keys
● Press and hold down this key to display the current time on the sub LCD.
● Controls the volume of keypad tone in standby mode with the clamshell
open.
● Controls the earpiece volume during a phone call.
● Controls the volume during the playback of MP3 or games.
2. Speaker
3. Front screen
4. Music player hot keys
: (on the playlist) Moves the cursor to the previous track.
(during the playback) Rewinds the current track. Press and hold down
this key until you find the spot you’d like to listen to.
: Press this key twice to activate the music player. The playlist is
displayed. (Note: When there is no music in the playlist, "Playlist empty"
is popped up and goes back to standby mode.) Press once again to play
the music.
: (on the playlist) Moves the cursor to the next track.
(during the playback) Fast forwards the current track. Press and hold
down this key until you find the spot you’d like to listen to.
5. Camera lens
n Note Dirt on the camera lens could affect the image quality.
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Right side view
1. Headset jack cover
2. Headset jack
Connect a headset to enjoy listening
to music without disturbing others.
3. Camera key
Press and hold down this key to
activate the camera mode. Also
use this key to take a shot.
4. IrDA port
Rear view
1. Holes for a carrying
strap
5. Battery terminals
6. Battery pack
2. SIM card terminals
7. Battery cover
3. SIM card socket
4. Battery latch
Press this button to
remove the battery cover
and battery pack.
8. Charger connector/
Cable connector
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Open view
1. Earpiece
2. Main screen
3. Confirm/Internet key
8. Navigation keys
4. Left soft key
9. Right soft key
5. Music hot key
10. Camera key
11. Clear key
6. Send key
12. End/Power key
13. Alphanumeric
keys
14. Microphone
7. Special function keys
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1. Earpiece
2. Main screen: Displays phone status icons, menu items, Web information,
pictures and more in full colour.
3. Confirm/Internet key: Selects menu options and confirms actions.
* In standby mode, holding this key down connects to the Internet.
4. 9. Left soft key / Right soft key: Each of these keys performs the function
indicated by the text on the screen immediately above it.
5. Music hot key: Accesses the Music menu.
6. Send key: Dials a phone number and answers incoming calls. You can
also quickly access the latest incoming, outgoing and missed calls by
pressing the key in standby mode.
7. Special function keys
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: A long press of this key activates/deactivates the manner mode.
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: A long press of this key enters the international call character "+".
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: While keying in a phone number, a long press of this key enters a
pause.
8. Navigation keys: Use to scroll through menus and move the cursor. You
can also use these keys for quick access to the following functions.
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Up navigation key (
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Down navigation key (
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Left navigation key (
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Right navigation key (
): A shortcut key to the Favorites menu.
): A shortcut key to search the phonebook.
): A shortcut key to the Sound menu.
): A shortcut key to the message inbox.
10. Camera key: Use for camera feature.
In standby mode, press this key once to go to the Camera menu. Long
press of this key directly opens the viewfinder. Then use this key to take
a shot.
11. Clear key: Deletes a character by each press. Hold the key down to clear
all input. Also use this key to go back to the previous screen.
12. End/Power key: Used to end a call or reject a call and also to go back to
standby mode. Hold this key down to turn the phone on/off.
13. Alphanumeric keys: Enter numbers, letters and some special
characters.
14. Microphone: Can be muted during a call for privacy.
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Display information
The table below describes various display indicators or icons that appear on
the phone’s display screen.
On-Screen Icons
Icon
Description
Indicates the strength of the network signal.
Indicates a call is in progress.
Indicates that you are roaming on another network.
Indicates that GPRS service is available.
Indicates the alarm has been set and is on.
Indicates the status of the battery charge.
Indicates the receipt of a text message.
Indicates the receipt of a voice message.
Indicates the receipt of a multimedia message.
Indicates that Call divert function is activated.
Indicates the receipt of an e-mail message.
Indicates that the manner mode is activated.
Indicates the Ring is set as the call alert type.
Indicates the Vibrate is set as the call alert type.
Indicates the Silent is set as the call alert type.
Indicates the Ring & vibration is set as the call alert type.
Indicates the Ring after vibration is set as the call alert
type.
Indicates the Max. Ring & vibration is set as the call alert
type.
Indicates that you can use the push message service.
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Icon
Description
Indicates that you have a schedule for the selected
day in the schedule menu.
Indicates that the phone is accessing the WAP.
Indicates that you are using GPRS.
Indicates that you entered the security page.
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Music player
With the F1200 mobile phone, you have a portable music player, as well as a
mobile handset. You can enjoy music without opening the phone.
Press the playlist is shown on the outer screen.
Using
keys, you can select the track you
/
want to start listening to. Press the
key again
to play the music.
Key features
• (Short press) Skips to the previous
track.
• (Long press) Rewinds the current
track during the playback.
• (Short press) Plays/Pauses the music.
• (Short press) Skips to the next track.
• (Long press) Fast forwards the current
track during the playback.
Increases/decreases the volume level.
n Note If there is no MP3 file loaded on the phone, “Playlist empty” will be
popped up and go back to standby mode. To load music files onto
your phone, please see ‘Transferring music files to the F1200’ on
page 57.
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Getting started
Installing the SIM card and the battery pack
Make sure the power is off before you remove the battery.
1. Remove the battery cover.
Press the battery release latch and slide the battery cover toward the
bottom of the phone. And remove the battery cover.
n Notice Removing the battery from the phone when the power is on may
cause the phone to malfunction.
2. Remove the battery.
Hold the bottom edge of the battery and lift the battery from the battery
compartment.
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3. Install the SIM card.
Insert the SIM card into the holder. Slide the SIM card into the SIM card
holder. Make sure that the SIM card is inserted properly and that the gold
contact area on the card is facing downwards. To remove the SIM card,
press down lightly and pull it in the reverse direction.
To insert the SIM card
To remove the SIM card
n Note The metal contact of the SIM card can be easily damaged by
scratches. Pay special attention to the SIM card while handling.
Follow the instructions supplied with the SIM card.
4. Install the battery.
Insert the battery aligning the gold contacts on the battery pack with the
battery terminals (gold contacts) in the battery compartment.
Push down the top of the battery until it snaps into space.
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5. Replace the battery cover.
Lay the battery cover in place of the phone and slide it until the latch clicks.
Charging the battery
Only use the mains adapter supplied with your phone.
1. With the battery in position on the
phone, connect the lead from the
mains adapter to the bottom of the
phone. Make sure that the arrow on
the lead connector is facing towards
the front of the phone.
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2. Connect the other end of the adapter
to the power outlet.
"Charging" and the battery indicator
with moving bars appear on the screen
while it's being charged.
n Note If the battery is totally discharged, it may take a few minutes before
this appears.
n Caution
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Use of unauthorised accessories could damage your phone and invalidate
your warranty.
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Do not force the connector as this may damage the phone and/or the mains
adapter.
Disconnecting the adapter
1. When charging is finished, the moving
bars of the battery icon stop and ‘Full’
is displayed on the screen.
2. Unplug the adapter from the power
outlet. Disconnect the adapter from the
phone by pressing the grey tabs on
both sides of the connector and pull
the connector out.
n Note
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Ensure the battery is fully charged before first using the phone.
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Do not remove the battery or SIM card while charging.
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In the case the battery is not properly charged, please turn the phone off
and on using the power key, then recharge the battery. After detaching and
reattaching the battery, please recharge the battery.
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Turning your phone on and off
Turning your phone ON
1. Install a battery to the handset and connect the phone to an external power
source such as the mains adapter, cigarette lighter adapter or hands-free
car kit. Or install a charged battery pack to the handset.
2. Press
for a few seconds until the LCD screen is turned on.
3. Depending on the status of the PIN code request setting you may need to
enter your PIN code.
Turning your phone OFF
Press
for a few seconds until the LCD screen is turned off.
Access codes
You can use the access codes described in this section to avoid unauthorised
use of your phone. The access codes (except PUK and PUK2 codes) can be
changed by using the Change codes feature [Menu-9-5-3]. See page 91.
PIN code (4 to 8 digits)
The PIN (Personal Identification Number) code protects your SIM card
against unauthorised use. The PIN code is usually supplied with the SIM card.
When the PIN code request is set to Enable, your phone will request the PIN
code every time the phone is switched on. When the PIN code request is set
to Disable, your phone connects to the network directly without the PIN code.
PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits)
The PIN2 code, supplied with some SIM cards, is required to access functions
such as Advice of Call Charge and Fixed dial number.
These functions are only available if supported by your SIM card. Check with
your network for further information.
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PUK code (4 to 8 digits)
The PUK (PIN Unblocking Key) code is required to change a blocked PIN
code. The PUK code may be supplied with the SIM card. If not, contact your
network operator for the code. If you lose the code, also contact your network
operator.
PUK2 code (4 to 8 digits)
The PUK2 code, supplied with some SIM cards, is required to change a
blocked PIN2 code. If you lose the code, also contact your network operator.
Security code (4 to 8 digits)
The security code protects the unauthorised use of your phone. The default
security code is set to ‘0000’ and the security code is required to delete all
phone entries and to activate the Reset settings menu. Also, the security
code is required to enable or disable the phone lock function to prevent
unauthorised use of the phone. The security code default setting can be
modified from the Security settings menu.
Barring password
The barring password is required when you use the Call barring function.
You obtain the password from your network operator when you subscribe to
this function. See page 42 for further details.
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General functions
Making and answering calls
Making a call
1. Make sure your phone is switched on.
2. Enter a phone number, including the area code. To edit a number on the
LCD screen, press the right/left navigation keys to move the cursor to the
desired position or simply press the clear key (
) to erase one digit at
a time.
] Press and hold the clear key (
) to erase the entire number.
3. Press the send key (
) to call the number.
4. To end the call, press the end key (
also end the call by closing the folder.
) or the right soft key. You can
Making a call using the send key
1. In standby mode, press the send key (
), and the latest incoming,
outgoing and missed phone numbers will be displayed.
2. Select the desired number by using the up/down navigation key.
3. Press
.
Making an international call
1. Press and hold the
key for the international prefix. The ‘+’character
automatically selects the international access code.
2. Enter the country code, area code, and the phone number.
3. Press
.
Ending a call
When you have finished your call, press the end key (
).
Making a call from the phonebook
You can save the names and phone numbers dialled regularly in the SIM card
and/or phone memory, which is Phonebook. You can dial a number by simply
looking up the desired name in the Phonebook. For further details on the
Phonebook feature, please refer to page 45-48.
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General functions
Adjusting the volume
If you want to adjust the earpiece volume during a call, use the side keys ( ).
Press the up side key to increase and down side key to decrease the volume.
n Note In standby mode, pressing the side keys adjusts the key tone
volume.
Answering a call
When you receive a call, the phone rings. If the caller can be identified, the
caller’s phone number (or name and image if saved in the phonebook) is
displayed. This phone supports the Photo Caller ID feature.
1. To answer an incoming call, open the phone. (When Flip open has been
set as the answer mode. See page 43 [Menu-1-8-1].)
n Note
If Any key has been set as the answer mode (see page 43), any key press
will answer a call except for the
or the right soft key.
] To reject an incoming call, press and hold one of the side keys on the
left side of the phone without opening the phone.
] You can answer a call while using the Phonebook or other menu
features.
2. To end the call, close the phone or press the
key.
Manner mode (Quick)
You can activate the manner mode by pressing and holding down the
after opening the phone.
key
Signal strength
You can check the strength of your signal by the signal indicator (
) on
the LCD screen of your phone. Signal strength can vary, particularly inside
buildings. Moving near to a window may improve reception.
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Entering text
You can enter alphanumeric characters using the phone’s keypad.
For example, storing names in the phonebook, writing a message, creating a
personal greeting or scheduling events in the calendar all require entering
text.
The following text input methods are available in the phone.
T9 mode
This mode lets you enter words with only one keystroke per letter.
Each key on the keypad has more than one letter. The T9 mode
automatically compares your keystrokes with an internal dictionary to
determine the correct word, thus requiring far fewer keystrokes than
the traditional ABC mode. This is sometimes known as predictive text.
ABC mode
This mode lets you enter letters by pressing the key labeled with the
required letter once, twice, three times or more until the letter is
displayed.
123 mode (Number mode)
Type numbers using one keystroke per number. To change to 123
mode in a text entry field, press the
key until 123 mode is
displayed.
Changing the text input mode
1. When you are in a field that allows
characters to be entered, you will notice
the text input mode indicator in the lower
right corner of the LCD screen.
]
text input mode
2. Change the text input mode by pressing
. You can check the current text input
mode in the lower right corner of the LCD
screen.
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Using the T9 mode
The T9 predictive text input mode lets you enter words easily with a minimum
number of key presses. As you press each key, the phone begins to display
the characters that it thinks you are typing based on the built-in dictionary.
1. When you are in the T9 predictive text input mode, start entering a word by
pressing keys
to
. Press one key per letter.
●
The word changes as letters are typed. Ignore what’s on the screen until
the word is typed completely.
●
If the word is still incorrect after typing completely, press the down
navigation key once or more to cycle through the other word options.
n Example
● Press
●
Press
to type Good.
[Down navigation key] to type Home.
●
If the desired word is missing from the word choice list, add it using the
ABC mode.
●
You can select the language of the T9 mode. Press the left soft key
[Options], then select T9 languages. Select the desired language of T9
mode. You can also turn off the T9 mode by selecting T9 off. The default
setting on the phone is T9 enabled mode.
2. Enter the whole word before editing or deleting any keystrokes.
3. Complete each word with a space by pressing the
key.
] To delete letters, press
. Press and hold down
entire words.
to erase
n Note To exit from the text input mode without saving your input, press
. The phone goes back to standby mode.
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Using the ABC mode
Use the
to
keys to enter your text.
1. Press the key labeled with the required letter:
●
●
●
Once for the first letter
Twice for the second letter
And so on
2. To insert a space, press the
key once. To delete letters, press the
key. Press and hold down the
key to clear the whole display.
n Note
Refer to the table below for more information on the characters available
using the alphanumeric keys.
Characters in the order display
Key
Upper case
Lower case
.,-?!'@:1
.,-?!'@:1
ABC2
abc2
DEF3
def3
GHI4
ghi4
JKL5
jkl5
MNO6
mno6
PQRS7
pqrs7
TUV8
tuv8
WXYZ9
wxyz9
Space key, 0 (Long press)
Space key, 0 (Long press)
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General functions
Using the 123 (Number) mode
The 123 mode enables you to enter numbers in a text message (a telephone
number, for example).
Press the keys corresponding to the required digits before manually switching
back to the appropriate text entry mode.
Phonebook
You can store phone numbers and their corresponding names in the memory
of your SIM card. In addition, you can store up to 255 numbers and names in
the phone memory.
The SIM card and phone are both used in the same way in the Phonebook
menu. (Refer to page 45-48 for details).
In-call menu
Your phone provides a number of control functions that you can use during a
call. To access these functions during a call, press the left soft key [Options].
During a call
The menu displayed on the handset screen during a call is different to the
default main menu displayed when in standby mode, and the options are
described below.
Making a second call(Network dependent)
You can get a number you wish to dial from the phonebook to make a second
call. Press the right soft key then select Search. To save the dialled number
into the phonebook during a call, press the right soft key then select Add
new.
Switching between two calls
To switch between two calls, press the left soft key then select Swap.
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Answering an incoming call
To answer an incoming call when the handset is ringing, simply press the
key. The handset is also able to warn you of an incoming call while you
are already on a call. A tone sounds in the earpiece, and the display will show
that a second call is waiting. This feature, known as Call waiting, is only
available if your network supports it. For details of how to activate and
deactivate it, see Call waiting [Menu-1-6] on page 42.
If Call waiting is activated, you can put the first call on hold and answer the
second, by pressing
or by selecting left soft key, then Hold & Answer.
You can end the current call and answer the waiting call by selecting left soft
key and then End & Answer.
Rejecting an incoming call
You can reject an incoming call without answering by simply pressing the
key. During a call, you can reject an incoming call by pressing the left
soft key [Menu] key and selecting the Conference / Reject or by pressing the
.
Muting the microphone
You can mute the microphone during a call by pressing the [Menu] key then
selecting Mute on. The handset can be unmuted by selecting Mute off. When
the handset is muted, the caller cannot hear you, but you can still hear them.
Switching DTMF tones on during a call
To turn DTMF tones on during a call, press the left soft key, and then select
DTMF on. DTMF tones can be turned off the same way. DTMF tones allow
your phone to make use of an automated switchboard.
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General functions
Multiparty or conference calls
The multiparty or conference service provides you with the ability to have a
simultaneous conversation with more than one caller, if your network operator
supports this feature. A multiparty call can only be set up when you have one
active call and one call on hold, both calls having been answered. Once a
multiparty call is set up, calls can be added, disconnected or separated (that
is, removed from the multiparty call but still connected to you) by the person
who set up the multiparty call. These options are all available from the In-Call
menu. The maximum callers in a multiparty call are five. Once started, you
are in control of the multiparty call, and only you can add callers to the
multiparty call.
Making a second call
You can make a second call while currently on a call. Enter the second
number and press the
key. When the second call is connected, the first
call is automatically placed on hold. You can swap between calls by pressing
the left soft key then selecting Swap.
Setting up a conference call
Place one call on hold and while the active call is on, press the left soft key
and then select the Conference / Join all.
Putting a conference call on hold
Press the left soft key, then select the Conference / Hold all.
Activate the conference call on hold
Press the left soft key, then select the Conference / Join all.
Adding calls to the conference call
To add a call to an existing conference call, press the left soft key, then select
the Conference / Join all.
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Displaying callers in a conference call
To scroll through the numbers of the callers who make up a conference call
on the handset screen, use the up/down navigation keys.
Taking a private call during a conference call
To have a private call with one caller from a conference call, display the
number of the caller you wish to talk to on the screen, then press the left soft
key. Select the Conference / Private to put all the other callers on hold.
Ending a conference call
To end a conference call, press the
key. You can also end a conference
call by selecting End call after pressing the left soft key.
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Menu Tree
The following illustration shows the available menu structure and indicates
the:
] Number assigned to each menu option.
] Page where you can find the feature description.
You can go to the desired menu using the left soft key [Menu], navigation
keys and the [OK] key. And you can also take a shortcut by pressing the
corresponding number key of desired menu after pressing the left soft key
[Menu].
1 Call manager (see page 37)
3 Tools (see page 52)
] 1 Call register
] 1 Favourites
] 2 Call charges
] 2 Calculator
] 3 GPRS information
] 3 Unit converter
] 4 Call divert
] 4 Stop watch
] 5 Call barring service
] 5 World time
] 6 Call waiting
] 6 Voice recorder
] 7 Fixed dial number (FDN)
] 7 Infrared
] 8 Settings
2 Organiser (see page 45)
] 2 Scheduler
] 1 Music
] 3 Alarm clock
] 2 Games
] 4 To-do
] 3 Games & Apps
] 5 Memo
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4 Multimedia
(see page 57)
] 1 Phonebook
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5 Messages (see page 66)
8 Service (see page 84)
] 1 Text messages
] 1 Internet
] 2 Multimedia messages (MMS)
] 2 SIM service
] 3 Voice messages
] 4 Info services
] 5 Templates
] 6 Memory status
6 Camera (see page 78)
9 Settings (see page 88)
] 1 Take picture
]
1 Sound
] 2 Gallery
]
2 Display
] 3 Memory status
]
3 Date & Time
]
4 Languages
]
5 Security
]
6 Network
]
7 GPRS
]
8 Reset settings
7 My stuff (see page 82)
] 1 Images
] 2 Sounds
] 3 Applications
] 4 Removable disk
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Selecting functions and
options
Your phone offers a set of functions that allow you to customise the phone.
These functions are arranged in menus and sub-menus, accessed via the two
soft keys marked (
) and (
). Each menu and sub-menu lets you view
and alter the settings of a particular function.
The roles of the soft keys vary according to the current context; the label on
the bottom line of the screen just above each key indicates its current role.
Press the right soft key
to activate the corresponding
action.
Press the left soft key
to access the available
menu.
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Call manager [Menu-1]
(Dependent on the network service)
Press the Menu key (
) and select Call manager using navigation keys.
You can set diverse functions related to call feature.
Call register
Menu-1-1
You can check the record of missed, received, and dialled calls only if the
network supports Calling Line Identification (CLI) within the service area.
The number and name (if available) are displayed together with the date and
time at which the call was made. You can also view call times and costs.
Missed calls
(Menu-1-1-1)
This option lets you view the last 10 unanswered calls. After selecting a
phone number, you can make a call to the number by pressing the send key
(
). And using the left soft key [Options], the following options are
available.
●
Write text message: You can send a text message to this number.
●
Write multimedia message: You can send a multimedia message to this
number.
●
Edit name: Edits the phonebook entry.
●
Save (Shown if the name is not saved in the phonebook): Saves the
number creating a new contact in the phonebook.
●
Add to name (Shown if the name is not saved in the phonebook): You
can add the number to an existing phonebook entry.
●
Delete: Deletes the call log from the list.
●
View details: Displays the call information.
●
Delete all: Select this to clear up the missed call logs.
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Call manager [Menu-1]
(Dependent on the network service)
Received calls
(Menu-1-1-2)
This option lets you view the last 10 incoming calls. After selecting a phone
number, you can make a call to the number by pressing the send key (
).
And using the left soft key [Options], the following options are available.
●
Write text message: You can send a text message to this number.
●
Write multimedia message: You can send a multimedia message to this
number.
●
Edit name: Edits the phonebook entry.
●
Save (Shown if the name is not saved in the phonebook): Saves the
number creating a new contact in the phonebook.
●
Add to name (Shown if the name is not saved in the phonebook): You
can add the number to an existing phonebook entry.
●
Delete: Deletes the call log from the list.
●
View details: Displays the call information.
●
Delete all: Select this to clear up the received call logs.
Dialled calls
(Menu-1-1-3)
This option lets you view the last 10 outgoing calls (called or attempted). After
selecting a phone number, you can make a call to the number by pressing the
send key (
). And using the left soft key [Options], the following options
are available.
●
Write text message: You can send a text message to this number.
●
Write multimedia message: You can send a multimedia message to this
number.
●
Edit name: Edits the phonebook entry.
●
Save (Shown if the name is not saved in the phonebook): Saves the
number creating a new contact in the phonebook.
●
Add to name (Shown if the name is not saved in the phonebook): You
can add the number to an existing phonebook entry.
●
Delete: Deletes the call log from the list.
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Call manager [Menu-1]
(Dependent on the network service)
●
View details: Displays the call information.
●
Delete all: Select this to clear up the dialled call logs.
Call charges
Menu-1-2
Call durations
(Menu-1-2-1)
Use this to view the duration of your incoming and outgoing calls. You can
check each call duration at the bottom of screen while scrolling using the
up/down navigation keys. Pressing the OK key or the left soft key [Reset]
resets the call timer of selected call. To prevent accidental reset, you are
requested to enter the security code.
●
Last call: Length of the last call
●
Received calls: Length of the incoming calls
●
Dialled Calls: Length of the outgoing calls
●
All calls: Total length of all calls made or
received calls since the timer was last reset.
n Notice The actual time invoiced for calls by your service provider may
vary, depending on network features, rounding-off for billing, etc.
Call costs
(Menu-1-2-2)
This network service allows you to check the last call cost and the total call
cost. The call cost is displayed on the bottom of the LCD screen. To reset the
call cost, press the left soft key [Reset] or the OK key. You are requested to
enter the PIN2 code.
n Note The actual cost invoiced for calls by your service provider may vary,
depending on network features, rounding-off for billing, taxes, etc.
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Call manager [Menu-1]
(Dependent on the network service)
Cost settings
(Menu-1-2-3)
●
Call cost’s limit: This network service allows you to limit the cost of your
calls to the number of charging units or units of currency. You can make or
receive a call up to the specified cost limit. You can change the call cost’s
limit after entering the PIN2 code.
●
Set tariff: You can set the currency type and the unit price. Contact your
service providers to obtain charging unit prices. To select the Currency or 1
Unit in this menu, you need the PIN2 code.
n Note When all units have been used, no calls can be made except
emergency calls. Depending on the SIM card, you need the PIN2
code to set a call cost limit.
●
Auto display: This network service allows you to see automatically the cost
of your last call. If you select On in Auto display menu, you can see the
cost of the last call when the call is released.
GPRS information
Menu-1-3
You can check the amount of data transferred over the network through the
GPRS information option. In addition, you can also view how much time you
are online. (GPRS stands for General Packet Radio Service.)
WAP information
(Menu-1-3-1)
You can check the data volume and the time spent using WAP.
On the selected menu, pressing the left soft key [Reset] or the OK key clears
the counter.
External device
(Menu-1-3-2)
You can check the data volume and the time spent using GPRS with an
external device such as a serial port.
Total data
(Menu-1-3-3)
You can check the total amount of data through WAP and the external device.
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Call manager [Menu-1]
(Dependent on the network service)
Call divert
Menu-1-4
When this network service is activated, you can direct your incoming calls to
another number, for example, to your voice mailbox number. For details,
contact your network operator.
Select one of the divert options, for example, select If busy to divert voice
calls when your number is busy or when you reject incoming calls.
The following options are available.
q
w
e
r
All voice calls: Diverts all voice calls unconditionally.
If busy: Diverts voice calls when the phone is in use.
If no reply: Diverts voice calls which you do not answer.
If out of reach: Diverts voice calls when the phone is switched off or out
of coverage.
t All data calls: Diverts to a number with a PC connection unconditionally.
y All fax calls: Diverts to a number with a fax connection unconditionally.
Each option has the following menu:
●
Activate: Activates the corresponding service.
- To voice mail: Forwards to message centre. This function does not
apply to All data calls and All fax calls menus.
- To other number: Input the number for call diverting.
●
Cancel: Cancels the selected call divert.
●
View status: You can check the status of the service.
u Cancel all: Cancels all call divert settings.
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Call manager [Menu-1]
(Dependent on the network service)
Call barring service
(Network dependent)
Menu-1-5
Call barring lets you restrict the making and receiving of calls with your phone.
For this function, you need the barring password, which you can obtain from
your service provider.
The following options are available:
●
All outgoing: No call can be made.
●
Outgoing international: International calls cannot be made.
●
Outgoing international except home country: When abroad, calls can be
made only to numbers within the current country and to your home country,
the country where your home network provider is located.
●
All incoming: No call can be received.
●
Incoming when abroad: Calls cannot be received when you are using your
phone outside your home service area.
●
Cancel all barrings: All call barring settings are deactivated; calls can be
made and received normally.
●
Change password: Use this to set and change the call barring password
obtained from your service provider using this option.
You must enter the current password before you can specify a new one.
Once you have entered a new password, you are asked to confirm it by
entering it again.
n Note To use Call barring service, you must input the network password.
When calls are barred, calls may be possible to certain emergency
numbers on some networks.
Call waiting
(Network Service)
Menu-1-6
The network will notify you of a new incoming call while you have a call in
progress. Select Activate to request the network to activate call waiting,
Cancel to request the network to deactivate call waiting, or View status, to
check if the function is active or not.
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Call manager [Menu-1]
(Dependent on the network service)
Fixed dial number (FDN)
(SIM dependent)
Menu-1-7
Use this to restrict your outgoing calls to selected phone numbers, if this
function is supported by your SIM card. The PIN2 code is required.
When FDN is activated, if you try to dial a number not included in the FDN list,
the message “Check FDN” will appear.
The following options are available:
●
Enable: Use this to only call phone numbers saved in the phonebook. You
must enter your PIN2 code.
●
Disable: Allows you to call any number.
●
Number list: Use this to view the numbers saved as fixed dial numbers.
n Note Not all SIM cards have a PIN2. If your SIM card does not, this menu
option is not displayed.
Settings
Menu-1-8
Answer mode
(Menu-1-8-1)
Select the desired mode to answer a call.
●
Flip open: When the phone rings, you can answer a call simply by opening
the folder.
●
Any key: When the phone rings, you can answer a call by pressing any key
except the
key and the right soft key (
).
●
Only send key: You can answer a call only by pressing the send key.
Send my number
(Menu-1-8-2)
This network service lets you decide whether your phone number is displayed
(On) or hidden (Off) from the person you are calling.
Select Set by network to reset the phone to the setting that you have agreed
upon with your service provider.
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Call manager [Menu-1]
(Dependent on the network service)
Minute minder
(Menu-1-8-3)
When set to On, the phone will beep every minute during an outgoing call to
keep you informed of the length of the call.
Auto redial
(Menu-1-8-4)
Select On, and your phone will make one more attempts to connect the call
after an unsuccessful call attempt.
Select line
(Menu-1-8-5)
This setting is shown only if the SIM card supports two subscriber numbers,
that is, two phone lines. Select which phone line (Line 1 or Line 2) you want to
use for making calls and sending short messages. Calls on both lines can be
answered irrespective of the selected line.
n Note You will not be able to make calls if you select Line 2 and have not
subscribed to this network service.
Closed user group
(Menu-1-8-6)
This is a network service that specifies the group of people who you can call
and who can call you. For more information, contact your network operator or
service provider. If a group index is specified, it is used for all outgoing calls. If
no group index is specified, the network will use the preferential index.
(A specific index is stored in the network.)
●
Preset: Select this to activate the previous CUG index.
●
On: You can edit the CUG indexes and activate it.
●
Off: Deactivates this function.
Automatic answer
(Menu-1-8-7)
You can activate the automatic answer feature when the phone is connected
to a compatible headset. Select the time before answering automatically. If
you select "Off", you have to press and hold the key on the headset to answer
a call.
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Organiser [Menu-2]
Press the Menu key (
) and select Organiser using navigation keys.
Phonebook
Menu-2-1
You can save phone numbers and their corresponding names in the memory
of your SIM card. In addition, you can save up to 255 numbers and names in
the phone memory.
Press the left soft key [Menu] in standby mode, then select
Organiser > Phonebook.
Or, press the right soft key [Names] in standby mode.
Search
(Menu-2-1-1)
1. In standby mode, press right soft key [Names]. Select Search.
2. Enter the start of the name that you wish to find.
3. After finding the desired name, you can make a call to the number by
pressing the send key (
). Or press the left key [Options] to use the
following options.
●
View details: To view details of the selected name.
●
Edit: Edits the name, number the listing group and photo.
●
Delete: Deletes the phonebook entry.
●
Write text message: Use this to write a text message to the name.
●
Write multimedia message: Use this to write a multimedia message to
the name.
●
Copy: Use this to copy the phonebook entry from SIM to the phone
memory or vice versa. Select whether to keep the original phone number
or not.
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Organiser [Menu-2]
Add new
(Menu-2-1-2)
You can add a phonebook entry using this function.
There are 2 memories: Phone memory and SIM memory. To select the
memory, go to Set memory [Menu-2-1-7-1]. The phone memory capacity is
255 entries. You can enter up to 30 characters in each name in the phone
memory. The SIM card memory capacity depends on the SIM card.
1. Open the Phonebook first by pressing the right soft key [Names] in
standby mode.
2. Scroll to highlight Add new, and press [OK].
3. You can add new phonebook entries to SIM memory or the phone memory.
To select the memory, go to Set memory [Menu-2-1-7-1]. (Refer to page 48.)
●
Adding new entries into SIM memory
You can enter a name and a number, select the caller group, and attach
a photo image. (Depends on the SIM)
●
Adding new entries into the phone memory
You can enter a name, numbers, E-mail address and memo, select the
caller group, and attach a photo image.
n Tip
●
Pause feature: When you call automated systems (such as voice mail or
credit billing numbers), you often have to enter a series of numbers.
Instead of entering these numbers by hand, you can store the numbers in
the phonebook using the Pause feature. Between numbers to insert a
pause, press and hold down
.
n Note This phone supports the Photo caller ID feature.
Speed dials
(Menu-2-1-3)
You can assign any of the keys
to
with a name list entry. You can
call directly by pressing this key for 2-3 seconds.
1. Open the Phonebook first by pressing the right soft key [Names] in
standby mode.
2. Scroll to Speed dials, then press [OK].
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3. To add a number to Speed dials, press the left soft key [Add]. Search the
name through the phonebook.
4. You can change or delete a speed dial number, make a call or send a
message by pressing the left soft key [Options].
Caller groups
(Menu-2-1-4)
You can classify the phonebook entries with 6 groups. Use this feature to
assign a ring tone and/or a graphic icon to each group. This enables you to
identify callers from which group.
] When you enter a contact in the phonebook or edit contacts, select the
desired group.
In this menu, you can customise and manage each group. Press the left soft
key [Options]. The following submenus will be displayed.
●
Member list: Displays the member list in the group.
●
Group ring tone: Select the ring tone to be used when you receive a call
from a person in the group.
●
Group icon: Select the graphic icon to be displayed when you receive a
call from a person in the group.
●
Add member: Select this to add a member to the group.
●
Delete member: Select this to delete a member in the group.
●
Rename: To assign a new name to the group.
Copy all
(Menu-2-1-5)
You can copy/move entries from the SIM card memory to the phone memory
and vice versa.
●
SIM to Phone: Use this to copy the entry from the SIM Card to Phone
memory.
●
Phone to SIM: Use this to copy the entry from the Phone memory to the
SIM Card.
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Organiser [Menu-2]
The following options are available.
- Keep original: When copying, the original dial numbers are kept.
- Delete original: When copying, the original dial numbers will be erased.
Delete all
(Menu-2-1-6)
You can delete all entries in the SIM or Phone. This function requires the
security code. Press
to return to standby mode.
Settings
●
(Menu-2-1-7)
Set memory: You can select the memory for the phonebook feature
between the SIM and the phone. If you select Variable, when adding entry,
the phone will ask where to save the number.
Information
(Menu-2-1-8)
●
Check memory: You can check the current memory status of the SIM card
and phone memory.
●
Own number (SIM dependent): Use this to display your phone number in
the SIM card.
●
Service dial number (SIM dependent): Use this to view the list of Service
Dialling Numbers (SDN) assigned by your network operator (if supported by
the SIM card). Such numbers include the emergency, directory enquiries
and voice mail numbers.
1. Select the Service dial number option.
2. The names of the available services will be shown.
3. Use the up/down navigation keys to select a service. Press
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Organiser [Menu-2]
Scheduler
Menu-2-2
When you enter this menu, a calendar appears. A square cursor is located on
the current date. You can move the cursor to another date using navigation
keys. On the calendar, you can use the following keys.
skips back a year.
skips forward a year.
Each press of
skips back a month.
skips forward a month.
To go back to the today’s date, press
.
To enter a schedule note on the selected day,
1. Press the right soft key [Add].
2. Enter a note. And set the alarm time.
3. Select the desired one from the repetition options.
4. Select when to alarm.
n Note The Scheduler alarm will work even if the phone is switched off.
5. Press the left soft key [Save] or the OK key.
After a schedule is entered on a date, the date is shown in a different colour
and “
” appears on the right bottom of the screen.
This function reminds you of your schedule. The phone will sound an alarm
tone if you set the phone to do so.
The following options are available.
●
View: Shows the shedule.
●
Edit: Use this to edit the schedule.
●
Delete: Use this to delete the schedule
●
Add new: You can edit a maximum of 30 characters and take up to 30
notes.
●
Calendar: Goes back to the calendar.
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Organiser [Menu-2]
●
Go to date: Use this to jump to a specific date. Enter the date using the
numeric keys and the left/right navigation keys
●
Scheduler tone: The phone can sound an alarm tone when the scheduled
date and time for an event has been reached. Select the desired alarm
tone.
●
View all schedules: Shows the notes that are set for all days. Use the
up/down navigation keys to browse through the note lists.
●
Delete past: You can delete expired schedule notes that have already been
notified.
●
Delete all: Use this to delete all schedules. You are asked to confirm this
action.
Alarm clock
Menu-2-3
You can set the alarm to go off at a specified time.
1.
Alarm on/off: Select On using the left/right navigation key. To
deactivate the alarm function, select Off.
2.
Alarm time: Enter the alarm time using the numeric keys.
3.
Repetition: Select the desired one from Once, Daily, Weekly and
Monthly using the left/right navigation key.
4.
Alarm melody: Select the desired alarm melody using the left/right
navigation key.
5. Press the left soft key [Set] or the OK key.
When the alarm function is activated, “
” is shown in standby mode.
When the alarm time is reached, it sounds the alarm melody.
] To turn off the alarm, press the right soft key [Quit].
To-do
Menu-2-4
Use this feature to track tasks or errands that need to doing.
1. Select the left soft key [Add] to add a new to-do item.
2. After keying in the subject, press the down navigation key.
3. Enter the date with the numeric keys and press the left soft key [Save].
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You can key in 30 characters in each task and take up to 20 to-do items.
With the to-do list, the following options are available by pressing the left soft
key [Options].
●
View: Displays the detail of the task.
●
Done: Select this when the task has been done.
If you select this, the to-do item is ticked in the list.
●
Edit: To edit the note.
●
Delete: To delete the to-do item.
●
Add new: To add a new to-do item.
●
View calendar: To view the canlendar.
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Delete-done: Deletes only to-do items which have been done.
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Delete all: Clears up the to-do list.
Memo
Menu-2-5
You can write, edit, and delete a memo.
1. Scroll to highlight Memo.
2. Press the left soft key [Add].
3. After keying in the memo, press the left soft key [Options].
The following options are available:
●
Save: Saves the memo.
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T9 languages: Select the T9 language to use in the memo.
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Exit editor: Allows you to exit from the memo editor.
After a memo is already input in your phone, the following options are
available.
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View: Shows the memo.
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Edit: To edit the memo.
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Delete: Select this to delete the selected memo.
●
Add new: Use this to add a new memo. The phone can store up to 20
memos and 30 characters.
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Delete all: Deletes all memos.
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Tools [Menu-3]
Press the Menu key (
) and select Tools using navigation keys.
Favourites
Menu-3-1
In this menu, you can construct your own menu with the frequently used
menus for easy access.
In standby mode, you can access the Favorite menu by pressing the up
navigation key (
).
1. After selecting the desired location from the menu number 1 to 9, press the
left soft key [Add].
2. Select the menu you wish to add by pressing the left soft key [Select]. The
menu is added in the Favorite menu, with the pop-up message, “Activated”.
n Note You can add up to 9 menus.
After making up the Favorite menu, in each favorite menu, the following
options are available by pressing the left soft key [Options].
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Select: Selects the menu.
●
Change: You can change the favorite menu with the another menu.
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Delete: Deletes the selected favorite menu.
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View detail: Displays the route to the favorite menu.
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Delete all: Deletes all the favorite menus.
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Calculator
Menu-3-2
Using this feature, you can use the phone as a calculator.
The calculator provides the basic arithmetic functions: addition, subtraction,
multiplication and division.
Using the calculator
1. Enter the first number using the numeric keys.
2. Press the corresponding navigation key to select a mathematical function.
n Note
●
To erase any mistake or clear the display, use the
●
To include a decimal point, press the
●
To include a minus sign, press the
key.
key.
key.
3. To calculate the result, press the left soft key [Result] or OK key.
4. After calculation, press the left soft key [Clear] to return to the initial state.
Unit converter
Menu-3-3
This converts any measurement from one unit to another.
There are 4 types that can be converted into units: Length, Surface, Weight
and Volume.
1. Select one of four unit types by pressing the left soft key [Unit].
2. Move to the Current unit section by pressing the down navigation key.
3. Select the unit you want to convert using the left/right navigation keys.
4. Move to the Convert unit section by pressing the down navigation key.
5. Select the unit you want to convert to, using the left/right navigation keys.
6. Input numbers using the numeric keys. Conversion is calculated
automatically.
n Note You can input a decimal number by pressing the
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Tools [Menu-3]
Stop watch
Menu-3-4
This menu allows you to record the elapsed time of an event. The duration of
an individual lap time (up to 4 times) and the total time can be displayed.
1. To start timing, press the left soft key [Start]. The running time is displayed
as HH.MM.SS.hh (hours, minutes, sends, hundredths of a second).
2. During the timing, you can record an individual lap time by pressing the
right soft key [Lap]. Up to 4 lap times can be recorded.
3. You can stop or restart timing using the left soft key.
4. To reset the stop watch, press the right soft key [Reset].
World time
Menu-3-5
You can check the current time of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and 59 major
cities around the world, using the left/right navigation keys.
The screen shows the city name, current date and time.
To select the time zone in which you are located, proceed as follows:
1. Select the city corresponding to your time zone by pressing the left/right
navigation keys one or more times. The local date and time are displayed.
2. If you want to change the time display in standby mode to the selected
time, press the left soft key [Set].
n Note The time zone setting of each city in World time menu may be
affected by network condition.
Voice recorder
Menu-3-6
You can record a memo. You can record up to 3 voice memos up to a
maximum of 30 seconds each.
You can play or delete the recorded memo or record new voice memo using
the left soft key [Options] key.
1. To record a voice memo, press the left soft key [Record].
2. Once recording is started, the message ‘Recording...’ and the recording
time is displayed.
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3. When you finish recording, press the left soft key [Save].
n Note If all memo locations are full, you must delete an old memo before
recording a new one.
The following options are available.
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Play: Plays back the voice memo.
●
Record new: Select this to record a new voice memo.
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Delete: Deletes the voice memo.
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Rename: Assigns a new name to the voice memo.
●
View detail: Shows the title, length, and date of the voice memo.
●
Delete all: Deletes all voice memos.
Infrared
Menu-3-7
This feature allows you to send or receive data/fax through the infrared port.
To use an infrared connection:
●
Install the modem driver for receiving or sending the data/fax.
●
Install the network dial-up software supplied by your network provider or fax
application program for a fax call on your PC.
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Configure and activate an IrDA-compliant infrared port on your PC.
●
Activate the infrared feature on the phone; the “
right side at the bottom of the display.
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Call the network service number given to you by the service provider.
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If there is no communication between your phone and the IrDA compliant
device within 30 seconds of activation of the feature, it is automatically
deactivated.
For further details, contact your network provider.
n Note
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PC Sync is a program for data exchange between PC and the
phone by the USB data cable. Therefore, if you want to use this
function, you need the accessory kit. For more information, you
can use the PC Sync Help file on the CD.
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With this IrDA feature, you can transfer anything you want such
as phonebook entries, messages, pictures, etc.
●
While using the removable disk feature, you cannot use the PC
sync feature.
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Music
Menu-4-1
The F1200 has a digital music player built-in. You can enjoy listening to MP3
or AAC music files on a memory in your phone using a compatible headset or
via the internal loudspeaker.
n Note
Because of the small dimension of the speaker, in some cases the audio
could be distorted, especially at maximum volume and when there are lots of
bass sounds. Therefore, we recommend you to use the stereo headset in
order to appreciate the high quality of your music.
The music player supports:
●
MPEG-1 Layer III: Sampling frequency up to 48KHz, Bit rate up to
192Kbps, stereo
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MPEG-2 Layer III: Sampling frequency up to 24KHz, Bit rate up to
160Kbps, stereo
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AAC: ADIF, ADTS formats (Sampling frequency up to 48KHz)
Transferring music files to the F1200
You can use the connected mobile phone as a removable disk. When the
phone is connected to the computer using the USB data cable, the mobile
phone memory is represented by “Removable Disk” in “My Computer” in the
Windows application.
●
You can use the phone as a removable disk if the operating system is
Windows 98SE, Windows 2000 or Windows XP.
n Note
] Windows 98SE, Windows 2000
You must install the PC sync supplied on the CD-ROM before
connecting with PC to use the Removable Disk feature.
] Windows XP
You must install the "Windows XP USB Driver" supplied on the
CD-ROM when connecting with PC.
●
You will see the "LG USB Driver" folder after installing the PC sync supplied
on the CD-ROM. (e.g. C:\Program Files\LG mobile\LG USB Driver)
●
In case that it does not work properly, please reinstall the driver.
●
Refer to the Help file of the PC Sync program regarding the USB device
driver installation.
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The data saved in the phone memory may be lost due to an external
impact, lightening, a power failure, static electricity, carelessness on the part
of the user or a product defect. In addition, the repair or initialisation of the
product may permanently delete the data. Please make sure to backup your
important data (MP3 files and other information).
Opening the removable disk
1. Select Menu > 7. My Stuff > 4. Removable disk in sequence.
2. Enter the security code.
(n Note: Refer to the page 24 for more information about the Security code.)
3. Click 1. Data transfer.
4. Connect the phone and the computer with the data cable (supplied in the
sales package).
5. Double-click the Removable Disk in My Computer.
6. When you have finished using the phone memory, click Exit and take the
following steps. (n Caution: Before you remove the cable, it is necessary
that you click Exit. Or, the integrity of transferred data is not guaranteed.)
1. Click on the notification area.
2. Select USB High-Capacity Storage Device.
The following message will appear: “Now, you can safely remove the
USB high-capacity storage device from the system”.
3. Then remove the cable.
n Note When you are using the phone memory as a removable disk,
you cannot make a call, answer a call, use message function or use
PC Sync feature.
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Formatting the removable disk
1. Select Menu > 7. My Stuff > 4. Removable disk in sequence.
2. Enter the security code.
3. Click 2. Format disk.
4. Click Yes and then the OK button.
5. Format the removable disk.
n Note Format operation will delete all data saved on the removable disk.
Do not format in the PC.
If the mobile phone is connected to the PC with the data cable,
although you can format the disk, the stability of the removable disk
operation is not guaranteed.
Checking the free space of the removable disk
1. Select Menu > 7. My Stuff > 4. Removable disk in sequence.
2. Enter the security code.
3. Click 3. Memory Status.
4. You can check the free space of the removable disk.
n Note
●
With the removable disk feature, you can store more than 20
music files onto the phone. But the Playlist on the phone displays
up to 20 files.
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Audio player
(Menu-4-1-1)
Plays the music.
Press the
and select Audio player. The following screen is shown up.
Progressive bar
Player skin
Running time
File name with
the file extension
Options
Volume level
6 volume levels including
mute
Loop
Equalizer setting
value
Status of the
music controller
Playmode
Repeat
Play all
Repeat all
Play one
Repeat one
Loop
A>B
n Note In case that any invalid file is included in the playlist, an error
message will be popped up and go back to the prior screen.
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Music controller keys
Volum Up
Volum Down
(
)
(
)
(
)
●
Press this key to start the playback.
●
Press this key to pause.
●
(Short press) Skips to the previous track.
●
(Long press) Rewinds the current track during
the playback.
●
(Short press) Skips to the next track.
●
(Long press) Fast forwards the current
track during the playback.
Increases/decreases the volume.
The following options are available by pressing the left soft key [Options].
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View playlist: Select this to view the playlist during the playback.
●
Equalizer: Select the desired sound style with left/right navigation keys and
press the left soft key [Select].
●
Playmode: Select the desired play mode with up/down navigation keys and
press the left soft key [Select].
- Play all: Plays all the tracks.
- Repeat all: Repeats all the tracks in the phone in order.
- Play one: Plays the current track and stops playing.
- Repeat one: Keeps playing the current track.
You can use the loop feature with the right soft key [Loop]. Press the right soft
key [Loop] to set the beginning point (A) of the loop. And press the right soft
key [A>B] again to set the ending point (B).
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Playlist
(Menu-4-1-2)
Displays the playlist.
The following options are available.
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Set as ring tone: After selecting a desired track, press the left soft key
[Options] and select this. Sets the selected track as a ring tone.
●
Delete: Deletes the track from the list.
●
View detail: You can check the file name, size, length and date.
●
Delete all: Clears out the playlist.
Settings
(Menu-4-1-3)
●
Player skin: You can select the desired player skin on the main screen.
●
Flip setting: Select whether the playback will continue or stop when you
open/close the phone.
Memory status
(Menu-4-1-4)
You can check the current memory status of the phone.
Games
Menu-4-2
You can enjoy a game on the phone. For further details, use the onscreen
instruction or help menu.
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Games & Apps
Menu-4-3
Java is a technology developed by Sun Microsystems. Similar to the way you
would download the Java Applet using the standard Netscape or MS Internet
Explorer browsers, Java MIDlet can be downloaded using the WAP enabled
phone.
Depending on the service provider, all Java based programs such as Java
games can be downloaded and run on a phone. Once downloaded, the Java
program can be viewed within the Applications menu where you can select,
execute,or delete. The Java program files saved in the phone are in .JAD and
.JAR formats.
n Note The JAR file is a compressed format of the Java program and the
JAD file is a description file that includes all detailed information.
From the network, prior to download, you can view all detailed file
descriptions from the JAD file.
n Warning Only J2ME (Java 2 Micro Edition) based programs will run in a
phone environment. The J2SE (Java 2 Standard Edition) based
programs will only run in a PC environment.
Applications
(Menu-4-3-1)
This menu displays the list of Java programs downloaded using the WAP. All
previous downloaded programs can be selected, deleted, or viewed in detail
within the Application menu. From the list within the Application menu, the
following options are available:
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Open: Open the selected program. The list includes all Java programs
installed in the phone.
●
Delete: Delete the selected program. Once deleted, you will not be able to
restore the program unless it is downloaded again using the WAP.
●
Rename: Select this to change the name.
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New Folder: Creates a new folder.
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Download
(Menu-4-3-2)
When a new Java program is downloaded using the WAP, the address from
which a download takes place is known as a bookmark. The Java menu
includes a bookmark list for downloading Java programs and this bookmark
list can be viewed from the Download menu. You can connect, view, edit,
delete, and add new bookmarks.
●
Connect: Selected address in the bookmark is used for data connection.
After successful connection, desired Java program can be downloaded from
the list.
●
View: Detailed information on a bookmark can be viewed such as the
address of bookmark and title of bookmark required for connecting to
certain sites.
●
Edit: Selected bookmark can be edited. Editing a bookmark is done in the
order of Address > Title. When creating a new bookmark, same order is
followed.
●
Delete: Selected bookmark is deleted. All bookmarks can be deleted
completely from the bookmark list screen. Deleted bookmark cannot be
restored so caution is required when deleting bookmarks.
●
Add new: New bookmark is added. The same order used during Edit
bookmark applies to Add new bookmark. Select the Add new option from
the bookmark menu or when no bookmark exists, then the Add new can be
selected from the bookmark list screen.
n Note After selecting the Connect function to access the Java MIDlet
Provider’s server, you may choose one of many Java programs to
download and install into your phone. Once connected to the
server, the Go button can be pressed to view the JAD information
on a desired program. The Get button will begin the download and
install process. The download and install process will take place
simultaneously and once download is complete you can
immediately run the Java program. The installed Java program can
be selected to run at a later time from the Application menu.
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Delete all: Deletes all the bookmarks.
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Access point
(Menu-4-3-3)
For more information, consult your network operator.
Each access point has submenus as follows:
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Activate: Activates the selected access point.
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Settings: Use this to edit and change WAP settings for the selected access
point.
●
Rename: You can change the name of the access point.
●
Add new: You can add a new access point.
●
Delete: Deletes the selected access point from the list.
●
Delete all: Deletes all the access points.
n Note The changes using these options may affect the MMS function.
Information
●
(Menu-4-3-4)
Memory status
The downloaded programs using the WAP are stored in the phone memory.
There is a maximum memory capacity in a phone and once you exceed this
memory, you will not be able to store any more programs. This menu allows
you to check the available memory capacity in a phone.
●
Java version
You can check the Java version.
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Messages [Menu-5]
Press the Menu key (
) and select Messages using navigation keys.
Text messages
Menu-5-1
Your phone receives voice mail notification messages and Short Message
Service (SMS) messages.
Voice mail and SMS are network services. Please contact your network
operator for more information.
When the “
” icon appears, you have received a voice mail.
When the “
” icon appears, you have received a new text message.
If the message memory is full, a message is displayed, the “
flashes and you cannot receive any new messages.
” icon
Use the Delete option in the Inbox menu to delete obsolete messages.
Once there is space in the message memory, any undelivered SMS
messages will be received (provided sufficient space is available).
Write message
(Menu-5-1-1)
You can write and edit text messages up to 6 pages. (approximately 918
characters)
1. Key in your message. For details on how to enter text, refer to page 27
through 30 (Entering Text).
2. After you complete the message, press the left soft key [Options] to select
required option. The following options are available.
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Send to number: Enter the number or select the number from the
phonebook or the recent numbers using the left soft key [Options]. You
can send a message up to 5 phone numbers at a time.
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Save to draft: Allows you to save the message so that it can be sent
later.
●
T9 languages: Select the language for T9 input mode. You can also
deactivate T9 input mode by selecting ‘T9 off ‘. For further details on the
T9 mode, refer to page 27 through 28.
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Clear text: Erases the whole text.
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Exit: Allows you to exit from the Write menu.
3. You can also send attachments with the message by pressing the right soft
key [Attach], while you're entering a message.
●
Symbol: You can attach special characters.
n Note You can also insert special characters by pressing
keying in a message.
while
●
Picture: You can send and receive text messages that contain pictures,
known as ‘Picture messages’. Several preset pictures are available in the
phone and they can be replaced with new ones received from other
sources.
●
Animation: Attaching an animation in a message can be done through
EMS (Enhanced Messaging Service). You can select any of 15
animations in the phone.
●
Sound: If available, you can attach a sound available for a short
message.
●
Text template: You can use text templates already set in the phone.
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Phone number: You can add phone numbers in the message.
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Signature: You can attach your signature.
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Messages [Menu-5]
Inbox
(Menu-5-1-2)
Received text messages and page messages can be searched and the
contents can be viewed.
Received messages are displayed in date order.
Press the menu key and select Messages > Text message > Inbox.
Or, you can take a shortcut by pressing the right navigation key (
standby mode.
Icon
) in
Description
Read SIM message
Unread SIM message
Read message
Unread message
Read delivery report
Unread delivery report
n Note SIM message refers to the message saved in the SIM memory. And
the network distinguishes an incoming message into the SIM
message or just message.
Each received message has the following options available. Press the left soft
key [Options].
●
Reply: Replies to the received message.
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Forward: Forwards a received message to other recipients.
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Return call: Calls the sender’s phone.
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Extract: Extracts a picture, sound, text web page or email address from the
message. These will be saved in My folder, Phonebook, or bookmarks.
●
Delete: Deletes the selected message from the Inbox.
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View information: Displays the information about the message.
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Outbox
(Menu-5-1-3)
You can view the list and contents of sent messages in this menu and can
also verify if the transmission was successful.
Icon
Description
Sent SIM message
Sent message
The following options are available.
●
Forward: Forwards the current message to other recipients.
●
Delete: Deletes the selected message from the Outbox.
●
View information: Displays the information about the message.
Draft
(Menu-5-1-4)
In this menu, you can see the message list saved as draft. Scroll through the
list using the up/down navigation keys. You can send draft messages by
pressing the left soft key [Options].
Settings
(Menu-5-1-5)
This menu lets you set up the default SMS information.
●
Message types: Sets the default message type (Text, Voice, Fax, Paging,
X.400, E-mail, and ERMES). The network can convert the messages into
the selected format.
●
Validity period: Sets the length of time for which your text messages will
be saved at the SMS center while attempts are made to deliver them to the
recipient. Possible values are 1 hour, 12 hours, 1 day, 1 week and the
maximum authorised by your network operator.
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Paper: You can insert one of 4 wallpaper images to a text message.
●
Delivery reports: Activates or deactivates the report function. When this
function is activated, the network informs you whether or not your message
has been delivered.
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Reply with same service centre: Allows the recipient of your SMS
message to send you a reply via your message centre, if the service is
provided by the network.
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SMS centre: Saves or changes the number of your SMS centre when
sending text messages. You must obtain this number from your service
provider.
●
Bearer setting: Selects GPRS or GSM. Contact your network operator or
service provider for information related to setting a selected bearer, pricing
and connection speed.
Delete all
(Menu-5-1-6)
Select this menu to delete all the text messages.
Multimedia messages (MMS)
Menu-5-2
A multimedia message can contain text, images, and/or sound clips. This
feature can be used only if it is supported by your network operator or service
provider. Only the devices that offer compatible multimedia message or e-mail
features can receive and send multimedia messages.
Write
(Menu-5-2-1)
1. Key in the text message. Using the right soft key, you can input symbols,
numbers and emoticons, or select the text input mode. After the text
message input, press the left soft key [Done].
2. Add an image and/or sound. You can move to the next section using the
up/down navigation.
3. You can add a slide by moving the cursor on
then pressing the OK key
or the left soft key [Select]. You can also add a slide using the right soft key
[Menu].
n Note Up to 9 slides are affordable.
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4. Press the right soft key [Menu]. The following options are available.
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Send: Select this to send the multimedia message. This phone supports
multiple numbers and e-mail addresses.
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Preview: Displays the multimedia message you wish to send.
●
Save: You can save the multimedia message in draft or as a template.
●
Delete: Deletes the message you’re been creating.
●
Slide duration: Set the slide duration. Enter the desired duration using
the numeric keypad.
●
Slide format: Select where to align the image.
●
Add slide: Adds a slide before of after the current slide.
●
Remove slide: Deletes the selected slide.
Inbox
(Menu-5-2-2)
You will be alerted when you have received messages. They will be saved in
the Inbox. You can identify each message by icons. For details, see the icon
description below.
Icon
Description
Read normal message
Unread normal message
Read notification message
Unread notification message
Read high priority message
Unread high priority message
Read low priority message
Unread low priority message
If the phone has ‘No space for messages’, you can make space by deleting
messages, media and applications.
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Messages [Menu-5]
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Timer stop: The Timer stop menu is displayed when you receive a
message including various pictures. Usually, the pictures are sequentially
displayed automatically. However, if you select this menu, you can see the
next picture by pressing the left soft key [Next] manually.
●
Timer start: Select this to activate the slide show automatically again.
●
Previous slide: Displays the previous page.
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Restart: Restarts the slide show from the first slide.
●
Save message: Saves a multimedia message in draft form or as a
template.
●
Save items: Extracts pictures or sounds. They will be saved in My folder or
Phonebook.
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Details: Displays information about received messages: Sender’s address,
Subject (only for Multimedia message), Message date & time, Message
type, Message size.
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Reply: Replies to the sender.
●
Reply all: Replies to all senders.
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Delete message: Deletes the current message.
●
Forward: Forwards the selected message to other recipients.
Outbox
(Menu-5-2-3)
Use this to see sent messages. For each sent message, you can see the
delivery status.
Icon
Description
Sent
●
Timer stop: The Timer stop menu is displayed when you receive a
message including various pictures. Usually, the pictures are sequentially
displayed automatically. However, if you select this menu, you can see the
next picture by pressing the left soft key [Next] manually.
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Timer start: Select this to activate the slide show automatically again.
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Previous slide: Displays the previous page.
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Restart: Restarts the slide show from the first slide.
●
Save message: Saves a multimedia message in draft form or as a
template.
●
Save items: Extracts pictures or sounds. They will be saved in My folder or
Phonebook.
●
Details: Displays information about received messages: Sender’s address,
Subject (only for Multimedia message), Message date & time, Message
type, Message size.
●
Delete message: Deletes the current message.
●
Forward: Forwards the selected message to other recipients.
Draft
(Menu-5-2-4)
Using this menu, you can preset up to five multimedia messages that you use
most frequently. This menu shows the preset multimedia message list.
The following options are available.
●
Send: Select this to send the multimedia message. This phone supports
multiple numbers and e-mail addresses.
●
Preview: Displays the multimedia message you wish to send.
●
Save: You can save the multimedia message in draft or as a template.
●
Delete: Deletes the message you’re been creating.
●
Slide duration: Set the slide duration. Enter the desired duration using the
numeric keypad.
●
Slide format: Select where to align the image.
●
Add slide: Adds a slide before of after the current slide.
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Remove slide: Deletes the selected slide.
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Settings
(Menu-5-2-5)
Via this menu, you can set up the default multimedia message information.
The following options are available.
●
Slide duration: Set the duration of each slide.
●
Alignment: Select where to align the image.
●
Validity period: Set the duration for keeping messages on the network
server.
●
Auto download
- On: If you select this, messages are downloaded automatically on receipt.
- Confirm: Requires you to confirm you want to download the message.
- Off: Defers downloading messages.
●
Access point: See page 86 for further information.
Voice messages
Menu-5-3
This menu provides you with a quick way of accessing your voice mailbox (if
provided by your network).
Before using this feature, you must enter the voice server number obtained
from your network operator.
When a new voice message is received, the “
” symbol will be displayed
on the screen. Please check with your network provider for details of their
service in order to configure the handset correctly.
Listen to voice mail
(Menu-5-3-1)
Once this option has been selected, simply press the left soft key [OK] to
listen to voice messages. You can also hold down the
key in standby
mode to listen to voice messages.
Voice mail centre
(Menu-5-3-2)
You can input and set the voice mailbox centre.
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Info services
Menu-5-4
Info service messages are text messages sent by the network to mobile
phone users. They provide general information such as weather reports,
traffic news, taxis, pharmacies, and stock prices. Each type of information is
associated with a number, which can be obtained from the network operator.
When you receive an info service message, a popup message will indicate a
new message receipt or the info service message will be displayed directly. In
standby mode, the following options are available when viewing info service
messages.
Receive
(Menu-5-4-1)
Use this to enable or disable the reception of broadcast messages.
Inbox
(Menu-5-4-2)
The list of received broadcast messages can be searched and the contents
viewed.
Topics
(Menu-5-4-3)
(Dependent to network and subscription)
To create new topics, press the left soft key [Options] then select Add new. If
you already have topics, you can deactivate, edit, or delete them by using the
left soft key [Options].
Alert
(Menu-5-4-4)
Set alert on or Off for a new broadcast message.
Auto display
(Menu-5-4-5)
If you select this option On, all received broadcast messages will be
automatically displayed.
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Messages [Menu-5]
Languages
(Menu-5-4-6)
(Dependent to network and subscription)
This option lets you select the preferred languages. Cell broadcast messages
will be displayed in the selected language. If you use all the languages
supported by the phone, select Automatic at the end of the list.
Templates
Menu-5-5
After creating some templates (text, multimedia, signature), you can use them
by just selecting them when you send messages.
Text messages
(Menu-5-5-1)
The followings are pre-defined text templates.
Please call me back.
I’m late. I will be there at...
Where are you now?
I’m on the way.
Top urgent. Please contact.
I love you.
The following options are available.
●
Edit: Use this to edit the selected template.
●
Delete: Deletes the selected template message from the text template list.
●
Send text message: Use this to send the selected template message by
SMS. You can send it up to 5 persons at a time.
●
Send multimedia message: Use this to send the selected template
message by MMS.
●
Add new: Use this to create a new template.
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Multimedia messages
(Menu-5-5-2)
●
Send: Sends the multimedia template. Supports multiple numbers and
email addresses.
●
Preview: Displays the draft multimedia message.
●
Save: Saves multimedia messages in draft form or as templates.
●
Delete: Deletes the multimedia template.
●
Slide duration: Set the slide duration. Enter the desired duration using the
numeric keypad.
●
Slide format: Select where to align the image.
●
Add Slide: Adds a slide before or after the current slide.
●
Remove Slide: Deletes the highlighted slide.
Signature
(Menu-5-5-3)
1. Press the left soft key [Add].
2. Key in the name, mobile phone number, office number, Fax number, and
E-mail address.
3. Press the left soft key [Save].
After creating the signature template, you can access the following menus by
pressing the left soft key [Options].
●
Edit: Use this to edit the signature.
●
Delete: Use this to delete the signature.
●
Send text message: Use this to send the signature by SMS.
n Note You can also attach the signature when you write a
text message using the Attach function. See page 67.
●
Send multimedia message: Sends the signature by MMS.
Memory status
Menu-5-6
You can check the current memory status for Text messages and Multimedia
messages.
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Camera [Menu-6]
F1200 has a digital camera which allows you to take pictures at a maximum
resolution 640x480 pixels (also known as VGA). The CMOS sensor
guarantees high definition and quality of the images. Taking pictures will be
more fun thanks to the additional functions such as the 2x Zoom, Brightness
control, White balancing and Colour effects.
Press the Menu key (
) and select Camera using navigation keys.
Or, you can go to this menu by pressing
standby mode.
or
on the right side in
n Note If the battery is too low, you may not use the Camera feature.
Take picture
Menu-6-1
Press the Menu key and select Camera > Take picture. Or, press the
camera hot key (
or
) longer than 2 seconds in standby mode. You
can see the viewfinder.
n Note You can go to the Gallery by pressing the left soft key, when
pictures are stored in the Gallery.
Before shooting, you can set the following values.
Each setting value is remembered even after you close the camera module
and reopen it. But the timer and zooming ratio goes back to the default setting
value (Off and x1 respectively).
1 Mode (
): Select one of the camera modes using the up/down
navigation keys.
(
): Select this to take a single shot.
(
): Select this to take multiple shots.
(
): Select this to take a still image with various frames.
n Note Taking pictures in the phone closed state does not
support this mode.
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2 Resolution (
): 640x480(VGA), 320x240(QVGA),
128x160(Screen), 96x96(Phonebook)
n Note The multiple shot mode does not support the
*96x96(Phonebook) resolution.
3 Image quality (
): Fine/Normal/Basic
4 Digital zoom (
): x1, x2
n Note The maximum zoom scale depends on the resolution
as follows.
5 Tone (
Resolution
Zoom scale
640x480
x1, x2
320x240
x1, x2
128x160
x1, x2
96x96
x1, x2
): Colour (
6 Brightness (
7 Timer (
)/Sepia (
)/Black and white (
)
): +2, +1, 0, -1, -2
): Off, 3 sec., 5 sec.
8 White balance (
Incandescent (
): Auto (
), Cloudy (
), Daylight (
),
), Flourescent (
)
1. Center the desired option menu using the left/right navigation keys.
2. Select the desired value with the up/down navigation keys.
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Camera [Menu-6]
3. After finishing all the settings, focus on the subject to capture and press the
Camera key or OK key. With a click, the image is captured and the
following menu bar appears.
MMS message
Save
Delete
n Note When the resolution is set to 96x96 (Phonebook), the following
menu bar appears.
Phonebook entry
Save
Delete
4. To save the image, centre the “
” and press the OK key. If you don't
want to save the image, centre the “
” and press the OK key.
You can also send the image via multimedia message by selecting “
”.
For further information regarding multimedia message writing, refer to page
70-71.
After taking a picture in 96x96 (phonebook), you can directly save the
image in the phonebook by selecting “
”.
n Note This feature links only the phonebook in the phone memory.
Gallery
Menu-6-2
Press the Menu key and select Camera > Gallery.
All the still images taken in the Take picture menu are stored in this menu.
You can view, organise, or send the pictures through MMS.
1. Select the picture you want a full screen of and press the OK key. Or press
the left soft key [Options] to access the following submenus.
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Normal view: You can view one image at a time.
●
Thumbnail view: (Shown in the normal view) Go back to the thumbnail
view mode.
●
Write multimedia message: You can send the selected image via a
multimedia message.
n Note For details, refer to Multimedia messages - Write
on page 70-71.
●
Set as wallpaper: You can set the selected image as the main LCD
wallpaper or front LCD wallpaper.
●
Add to phonebook (Only available for the phonebook sized
pictures): You can add the selected image to a phonebook contact to
use the Photo Caller ID feature.
●
Delete: Deletes the selected image.
●
Slide show: Plays back every image in succession. To pause/resume the
slide show, press the left soft key. To stop the slide show and go back to
Gallery, press the right soft key.
●
Rename: You can change the name of the selected image.
●
View details: You can check the title, resolution, size, and date and time
of the selected image.
●
Delete all: Deletes all the images in your phone.
Memory status
Menu-6-3
Press the Menu key and select Camera > Memory status.
You can check the current memory status on the phone.
n Note The phone has built-in 1 MB memory for photos, in which maximum
300 photos can be stored. But note that you cannot take pictures
any more if the memory is full, even if you've taken less than 300
photos. And vice versa: you can take no more pictures if you've
already taken 300 photos even though the memory is available.
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My stuff [Menu-7]
My stuff consists of 4 archives: Images, Sounds, Applications and
Removable disk. The downloaded contents through WAP, MMS or EMS are
stored in each archive.You can view, delete or control the downloaded
contents.
Images
Menu-7-1
Organised into 2 folders: Default images and Downloaded. And the photos
taken with the built-in camera are listed up outside the folders.
Default images: Default images and animations are listed. You can view
them, send a text message or a multimedia message with them, or set them
as a wallpaper after pressing the left soft key [Options].
Downloaded: Downloaded WAP, EMS pictures or animations are stored in
this folder. You can view them, send a text message or a multimedia
message with them, or set them as a wallpaper after pressing the left soft key
[Options].
Photos: You can access the following options after pressing the left soft key
[Options].
●
View: To view the selected photo.
●
Send multimedia message: To send the photo with MMS.
●
Set as wallpaper: You can set the photo displayed as an initial screen on
the main LCD or frond LCD.
●
Thumbnail view/ List view: Select this to display folders and photos using
a thumbnail view/ list view.
●
Delete: To delete the photo.
●
Rename: To change the name of the photo.
●
View details: You can check the name, size, and date of the photo.
●
Delete all: Deletes all the photos and clear out the gallery.
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Sounds
Menu-7-2
Organised into 3 folders: Default sounds, Downloaded and MP3/AAC.
Default sounds: Default EMS sounds are listed. You can send a text
message or a multimedia message with them, or set them as a ring tone after
pressing the left soft key [Options].
Downloaded: Downloaded WAP, EMS sounds are stored in this folder. You
can send a text message or a multimedia message with them, set them as a
ring tone, delete or rename them after pressing the left soft key [Options].
MP3/AAC: Default MP3/AAC files, or the ones downloaded using the
removable disk are stored in the folder. You can set them as a ring tone, view
details of them or delete them after pressing the left soft key [Options].
Applications
Menu-7-3
Default games: Halloween Fever
Downloaded: Accesses to the downloaded applications. (For more details,
see page 63.)
Removable disk
Menu-7-4
Select this menu to use the removable disk feature using the USB data cable.
You need to enter the security code. The following sub menus are available.
●
Data transfer: In this menu, you can download MP3/AAC files after
connecting the phone to PC with the USB data cable.
n Note While you are using this menu, you cannot make a call or receive
a call, or use the PC sync feature.
●
Format disk: Formats the removable disk.
●
Memory status: You can check the current memory status.
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Service [Menu-8]
Press the Menu key (
) and select Service using navigation keys.
Internet
Menu-8-1
You can access various WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) services such
as banking, news, weather reports and flight information. These services are
specially designed for mobile phones and they are maintained by WAP
service providers.
Check the availability of WAP services, pricing and tariffs with your network
operator and/or the service provider whose service you wish to use. Service
providers will also give you instructions on how to use their services.
Please contact your network operator to open your Internet account To use
the Web Browser, you must indicate your phone number via the Own
number menu option (See page 48 for further details.).
To launch the browser in standby mode, press and hold down the
key.
Once connected, the homepage is displayed. The content depends on the
service provider.
You can access any website page by entering its URL address. To exit the
browser at any time, press the
key. The phone will return to the standby
mode.
Navigating with the WAP browser
You can surf the Internet using either the phone keys or the WAP browser
menu.
Using the phone keys
When surfing the Internet, the phone keys function differently to phone mode.
Key
Description
Scrolls each line of the content area
Returns to the previous page
Selects options and confirms actions
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Using the WAP browser menu
There are various menu options available when surfing the Wireless Web.
n Note The WAP browser menus may vary, depending on your browser
version.
Home
(Menu-8-1-1)
Connect to a homepage. The homepage will be the site which is defined in
the activated profile. It will be defined by the service provider if you have not
defined it in the activated profile.
Bookmarks
(Menu-8-1-2)
This menu allows you to store the URL of favourite web pages for easy
access at a later time. You can also create folders and organise the
bookmarks in each folder.
To create a bookmark
1. Press the left soft key [Options].
2. Select New bookmark and press the OK key.
3. Enter the desired URL and title and press the OK key.
After creating bookmarks, the following options are available.
●
Connect: Connects to the selected bookmark.
●
View: You can view the URL of the selected bookmark.
●
New bookmark: Select this to create a new bookmark.
●
New folder: Select this to create a new folder.
●
Delete: Deletes the selected bookmark.
●
Delete all: Deletes all the bookmarks and folders.
Your phone may have some pre-installed bookmarks for sites not affiliated
with LG. LG does not warrant or endorse these sites. If you choose to access
them, you should use the same security or content precautions as you would
with any site.
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Service [Menu-8]
Push messages
●
(Menu-8-1-3)
Inbox
You can order Push messages from WAP service providers. Push
messages are notifications of, for example, news headlines and they can
contain a text message or the address of a WAP service. For availability
and subscription, contact your WAP service provider. Service providers can
update an existing Push message every time a new Push message is
received. Messages can be updated even if you have moved them to
another folder. When Push messages expire, they are deleted
automatically.
●
●
Information: Shows the information of received push messages.
●
Load: Connects to a specific site using the information in the received
push message.
●
Delete: Deletes the selected push message.
Receive
You can choose whether or not you wish to receive push messages.
Access point
(Menu-8-1-4)
For more information, consult your network operator.
Each access point has submenus as follows:
●
Activate: Activates the selected access point.
●
Settings: Use this to edit and change WAP settings for the selected access
point.
●
Rename: You can change the name of the access point.
●
Add new: You can add a new access point.
●
Delete: Deletes the selected access point from the list.
●
Delete all: Deletes all the access points.
n Note The changes using these options may affect the MMS function.
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Go to URL
(Menu-8-1-5)
You can connect directly to the site you want. To do this, you need to enter a
specific URL.
Cache settings
(Menu-8-1-6)
The information or services you have accessed are saved in the cache
memory of the phone.
●
Clear cache
Removes all context saved in cache.
●
Check cache
Set a value whether a connection attempt is made through cache or not.
Security certificates
(Menu-8-1-7)
A list of the available certificates is shown.
Reset profiles
(Menu-8-1-8)
You can reset profiles to return to original settings.
WAP information
(Menu-8-1-9)
The WAP browser version is displayed.
SIM service
Menu-8-2
Your service provider can offer special application through SIM card, such as
home banking, stock market, etc. If you are registered for one of these
services, the service name will appear at the end of the main menu. With the
SIM service menu, your phone is future-proof and will support additions to
your service provider’s service. For further information, contact your service
provider.
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Settings [Menu-9]
Press the Menu key (
) and select Settings using navigation keys.
Sound
Menu-9-1
Alert type
(Menu-9-1-1)
Select the incoming call notification type from Ring, Vibrate, Silent, Ring &
vib., Ring after vib., Max. ring & vib.
Ring tone
(Menu-9-1-2)
Select the desired ring tone from the list and select the volume level. Scroll
through the list using up/down navigation keys. You can hear the desired tone
prior to making a selection.
Message tone
(Menu-9-1-3)
Select the alert tone for message receipt and the volume level.
Effect tone
(Menu-9-1-4)
Select the desired effect tone. When you press keys or open/close the phone,
the phone emits the effect tone you set in this menu.
n Note The effect tone sounds, regardless of the alert type.
System alert
(Menu-9-1-5)
Set the desired ringing tone when switching the phone on/off.
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Display
Menu-9-2
Main display
(Menu-9-2-1)
●
Wallpaper: Select the wallpaper which will be displayed on the main LCD
screen in standby mode.
●
Greeting note: To enter a greeting note, select On. And input a greeting
note using the keypad. The greeting note will be displayed in standby mode.
●
●
Clock & Calendar: Select the time and date display type.
Incoming call: Select the animation which will be displayed for incoming
calls.
Front display
(Menu-9-2-2)
●
Wallpaper: Select the wallpaper which will be displayed on the front screen.
●
Greeting note: To enter a greeting note, select On. And input a greeting
note using the keypad. The greeting note will be displayed in standby mode.
Backlight
(Menu-9-2-3)
Use this to select whether or not the phone uses the backlight. A small
increase in standby/talk time can be achieved by turning the backlight off.
Menu colour
(Menu-9-2-4)
Your phone provides you with 4 menu colour themes. Set the menu colour by
scrolling and pressing the left soft key [Select].
Network name
(Menu-9-2-5)
Select whether the network name to be displayed when the phone is turned
on/off.
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Settings [Menu-9]
Date & Time
Menu-9-3
This option lets you change the current time and date displayed. The following
options are available.
Set date
(Menu-9-3-1)
Use this to enter the day, month and year. You can change the date format
via the Date format menu option.
Date format
(Menu-9-3-2)
YYYY/MM/DD (year/month/day)
DD/MM/YYYY (day/month/year)
MM/DD/YYYY (month/day/year)
Set time
(Menu-9-3-3)
Use this to enter the current time. You can choose the time format via the
Time format menu option.
Time format
(Menu-9-3-4)
24 hours
12 hours
Dual clock
(Menu-9-3-5)
You can activate the phone to run dual time clocks. After selecting On, select
the desired dual time zone.
Beep every hour
(Menu-9-3-6)
You can set the phone to beep every hour by selecting On.
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Languages
Menu-9-4
You can select the display language. When the language option is set to
Automatic, the language is automatically selected according to the language
of the SIM card used. English will be set if the language on the SIM card is
not supported by the phone.
Security
Menu-9-5
Various passwords are used to protect certain features of your phone. Refer
to page 23-24 for the various passwords.
PIN code request
(Menu-9-5-1)
When the PIN code request feature is enabled, you must enter your PIN
each time you switch the phone on. Consequently, any person who does not
have your PIN cannot use your phone without your approval.
n Note Before disabling the PIN code request feature, you must enter
your PIN.
The following options are available:
●
Enable: You must enter the PIN each time the phone is switched on.
●
Disable: The phone connects directly to the network when you switch it on.
Phone lock
(Menu-9-5-2)
You can lock your phone. Select the desired phone lock option. To change
the phone lock option, you are asked to enter the security code.
] To unlock the phone, press the right soft key and enter the security code.
Change codes
(Menu-9-5-3)
The Change codes feature lets you change your current password to a new
one. You must enter the current password before you can specify a new one.
Use this to change the access codes: Security code, PIN1 code, PIN2 code
n Note PIN: Personal Identification Number.
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Settings [Menu-9]
Network
Menu-9-6
The Network feature enables you to indicate whether the network used when
roaming (outside your home area) is selected: Automatic, Manual, Preferred.
n Note You can select a network other than your home network only if it
has a valid roaming agreement with your home network.
Band selection
(Menu-9-6-4)
Tri-band phone can be used over much of the world. The GSM 1900 band
provides for a GSM uplink in the range 1850-1910 MHz, and a GSM downlink
in the range 1930-1990 MHz. The 1900 MHz frequency is mainly used in the
USA. Other networks usually use 900 MHz or 1800 MHz frequencies.
This phone is factory-reset to the GSM 900/1800 band. To use the phone in
the USA or South America, select GSM 1900. Next you must turn the phone
off, then on, in order to enable the selected band.
GPRS
Menu-9-7
GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) is a technology that allows mobile
phones to be used for sending and receiving data over the mobile network.
GPRS is a data bearer that enables wireless access to data network such as
the Internet.
Before you can use GPRS technology:
●
You need to subscribe to the GPRS service. For availability and
subscription to GPRS service, contact your network operator or service
provider.
●
You need to save the GPRS settings for the applications used over GPRS.
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Settings [Menu-9]
Attach
(Menu-9-7-1)
If you select Power on and you are in a network that supports GPRS, the
phone registers to the GPRS network and sending short messages will be
done via GPRS. Also, starting an active packet data connection, for example,
to send and receive e-mail, is quicker. If you select When needed, the phone
will use a GPRS connection only if you start an application or action that
needs it. The GPRS connection is closed after it is no longer required by any
application.
n Note If there is no GPRS coverage and you have chosen Automatic, the
phone will periodically try to establish a connection.
External device
(Menu-9-7-2)
When you use Internet via GPRS by using external device, you can set the
following six profiles: Rename, APN, IP address, DNS, User ID, and
Password.
Reset settings
Menu-9-8
You can reset your phone to its default configuration. To do so, proceed, as
follows.
1. Select the Reset settings menu option.
2. Enter the 4-digit security code.
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Q&A
Please check to see if any problem which you may have with your phone is
described here before taking it for service or calling a service engineer.
Q How do I view the list of outgoing calls, incoming calls and missed calls?
A Press
.
Q How do I view all numbers saved in the memory?
A Press the right soft key and then
Q
.
does not disappear from the screen.
A Check whether you are in a service area. If you continue to see
turn off
the power and wait for approximately 2 minutes before turning it back on. If
there is no change, relocate to another area and check again.
Q Connection is poor or is not audible in certain areas.
A In certain areas, signal strength can vary dramatically.
Try moving to a different location. Heavy network traffic may affect the
ability to connect, or the stability of the call.
Q Connection is poor even when established.
A In certain areas, signal strength can vary dramatically.
Try moving to a different location. Heavy network traffic my affect the ability
to connect, or the stability of the call.
Q LCD does not turn on.
A Remove and replace the battery and turn on the power. If the phone still
does not turn on, charge the battery and try again.
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Q&A
Q An echo can be heard during connection with a certain telephone in a
certain area.
A It is called ‘Echo Phenomenon’. It occurs if the volume is too high or caused
by special properties (semi electronic telephone exchange) of the machine
on the other end.
Q The phone gets warm.
A During long calls, or if camera/games/Internet are used for a long time, the
phone may become hot. This is perfectly normal and has no effect upon the
life of the product or performance.
Q Standby duration of the phone gradually becomes shorter.
A Batteries have a limited life. When the battery lasts for half its original time,
it requires replacement. Only use authorised replacement parts.
Q Usage time of battery becomes shorter.
A If the battery time is short, it may be due to the user environment, or large
volume of calls, or weak signals.
Q No number is dialled when you recall a phonebook entry.
A Check that the numbers have been saved correctly, by using the
phonebook Search feature. Resave them, if necessary.
Q You cannot be contacted.
A Is your phone switched on (
pressed for more than three seconds)? Are
you accessing the right cellular network? Have you set an incoming call
barring option?
Q I cannot find the lock, PIN, or PUK code, or password?
A The default lock code is ‘0000’. If you forget or lose the lock code, contact
your phone dealer. If you forget or lose a PIN or PUK code, or if you have
not received such a code, contact your network service provider.
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Accessories
There are a variety of accessories available for your mobile phone. You can
select these according to your personal communication requirements. Consult
your local dealer for availability.
Supplied adapter
This adapter lets you charge the while at home or
in the office.
Battery pack
Standard battery is available.
Hands free ear-microphone and
music player controller combo
Stereo headset
Controller: Answer & End button, music player
control, volume control, Hold button and
microphone.
After connecting the headset and the controller,
plug the end of controller into the headset jack on
the right side of the phone.
Data cable kit
Connects your phone to a PC.
USB data cable
] (Removable disk) To download the MP3 to the
phone.
] (PC Sync) To download the ring tones,
wallpaper, Java games.
] (PC Sync) To manage the phonebook,
scheduler, to-do list, memo list and message
box on the PC.
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n Note
●
Always use genuine LG accessories. Failure to do this may
invalidate your warranty.
●
Accessories may be different in different regions:
please check with our regional service company or agent for
further enquiries.
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Technical data
General
Product name: F1200
System: GSM900 / DCS 1800 / PCS 1900
Ambient Temperatures
Max: +55°C
Min: -10°C
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LIMITED WARRANTY
STATEMENT
1. WHAT THIS WARRANTY COVERS:
2. WHAT THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
3. WARRANTY STATEMENT
4. HOW TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE: