ENGLISH
KG300 USER GUIDE
Some of contents in this manual may differ
from your phone depending on the software
of the phone or your service provider.
Contents
Contents
General information .............................................................5
Battery care............................................................................5
Access codes ........................................................................6
Care and Maintenance........................................................7
Important safety information..............................................7
Your phone ............................................................................11
Standby mode ......................................................................13
Getting Started.....................................................................14
Installing the SIM card and the battery ........................14
Switching the phone on and off ......................................15
Call functions .......................................................................16
Answering or rejecting an incoming call......................16
Call waiting ...........................................................................16
Tips for call options.............................................................17
Input method ........................................................................18
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Listing of Functions ............................................................20
Music player .......................................................................22
Play the music......................................................................22
Setting ...................................................................................22
Call history ...........................................................................24
All calls [Menu 2-1] .............................................................24
Missed calls [Menu 2-2]....................................................24
Dialled calls [Menu 2-3].....................................................24
Received calls [Menu 2-4] ................................................25
Delete call log [Menu 2-5].................................................25
Call time [Menu 2-6] ...........................................................25
Call cost [Menu 2-7] ...........................................................25
Text message counter [Menu 2-8]..................................26
GRPS counter [Menu 2-9] .................................................26
Organiser .............................................................................27
Calendar [Menu 3-1] ..........................................................27
To do [Menu 3-2]..................................................................27
Messaging ...........................................................................36
Text message [Menu 5-1]..................................................36
Multimedia message (MMS) [Menu 5-2] .....................39
Chat [Menu 5-3] ...................................................................44
Voice mail server [Menu 5-4] ...........................................45
Broadcast messages [Menu 5-5] ...................................45
My stuff ..................................................................................46
Profiles .................................................................................47
To activate the Profiles ......................................................47
To edit the Profiles ..............................................................47
Contacts ...............................................................................49
Search [Menu 8-1] ..............................................................49
New contact [Menu 8-2] ...................................................49
Caller group [Menu 8-3] ....................................................50
Speed dial [Menu 8-4]........................................................50
My vCard [Menu 8-5] .........................................................51
Extra number [Menu 8-6] ..................................................51
Copy [Menu 8-7] ..................................................................51
Delete [Menu 8-8] ...............................................................51
Move [Menu 8-9].................................................................51
Settings [Menu 8-0] ............................................................51
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Multimedia ..........................................................................28
Games [Menu 4-1] ..............................................................28
Camera [Menu 4-2].............................................................28
Image Viewer [Menu 4-3] .................................................30
Video recorder [Menu 4-4] ...............................................30
Video player [Menu 4-5] ....................................................32
Voice recorder [Menu 4-6] ...............................................33
Melody composer [Menu 4-7] .........................................33
FM radio [Menu 4-8]...........................................................35
Schedule FM record [Menu 4-9].....................................35
Tools .......................................................................................53
Alarm [Menu 9-1] ................................................................53
World clock [Menu 9-2] .....................................................53
Calculator [Menu 9-3] ........................................................53
Unit converter [Menu 9-4].................................................54
Currency Converter [Menu 9-5] ......................................54
Health [Menu 9-6] ...............................................................54
STK [Menu 9-7] ....................................................................55
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Contents
Contents
Browser ................................................................................56
WAP [Menu *-1] ..................................................................56
Data account [Menu *-2] ..................................................58
Connectivity .........................................................................60
Bluetooth [Menu 0-1] .........................................................60
Network [Menu 0-2] ...........................................................62
Settings..................................................................................64
Time & Date [Menu #-1] ....................................................64
Display [Menu #-2]..............................................................65
Phone [Menu #-3] ...............................................................65
Call [Menu #-4].....................................................................66
Security [Menu #-5] ............................................................68
Restore factory settings [Menu #-6] ..............................69
Troubleshooting...................................................................70
Emergency calls..................................................................73
Accessories .........................................................................74
Technical data .....................................................................75
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General information
Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery.
• The battery can be charged and discharged hundreds
of times but it will eventually wear out. When the
operating time (talk-time and standby time) is
noticeably shorter than normal, you should buy a new
battery at the time.
• Unplug the charger when not in use, and don’t leave
the battery connected to a charger for longer than a
week, since overcharging may shorten its lifetime.
• Overcharging may shorten its lifetime, and if left
unused a fully charged battery may discharge itself
over time.
• Temperature extremes can affect the ability of your
battery to charge.
• Do not use any charger or battery that is damaged in
any way.
• Use the battery only for its intended purpose.
• Extreme temperatures will affect the charging
capacity of your battery.
• Do not leave the battery in hot or cold places, such as
in a car in summer or winter condition.
• Do not short-circuit the battery. Short-circuiting the
terminals may damage the battery or the connecting
object.
• Dispose of batteries according to local regulations.
Always recycle. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire.
| General information
Battery care
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General information
General information
Access codes
PUK
PIN code
The PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) code is required to
change a blocked PIN code. The PUK code is required
to change a blocked PIN2 code.
The PIN (Personal Identification Number) code protects
your SIM card against unauthorized. Your SIM card
usually supplies the PIN code.
! Note
You may need to obtain the password from your service
provider.
! Note
If you key in an incorrect PIN code three times in
succession, you may need to key in PUK code.
PIN2 code
The PIN2 code may be supplied with the SIM card.
Some functions will require PIN2 support, such Set
tariff.
! Note
Your may need to obtain the password from your service
provider.
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! Note
You may need to obtain the password from your service
provider.
! Note
If you key in an incorrect PIN2 code three times in
succession, you may need to key in PUK2 code.
! Note
If you key in an incorrect PUK code ten times in succession,
the SIM card cannot be used anymore. Contact your service
provider for a new card.
Phone code
Phone code protects the phone against unauthorized
use. It is not on when you buy the phone. You can
change the phone code (0000) to any four to eight-digit
personal codes.
Read this information before using your mobile phone.
Your mobile phone is a highly sophisticated electronic
device. When using your phone, battery, charger or any
accessory, please read this first.
Product care
• Keep your mobile phone and all its parts out of young
children’s reach.
• Keep your mobile phone dry.
• Avoid exposing your mobile phone to extreme hot or
cold temperatures.
• Avoid placing your mobile phone close to lit
cigarettes, naked flames or any heat source.
• Do not attempt to disassemble it. Non-expert handling
of the device may damage it.
• Do not drop, knock or shake it. Rough handling can
break internal circuit boards.
• Do not paint your mobile phone as the paint could
obstruct the earphone, microphone or any moveable
parts and prevent normal use.
• Treat your mobile phone with care, keep it in a clean
and dust free place.
• Do not use the phone if the antenna is damaged. If a
damaged antenna contacts skin, it may cause a light
burn. Please contact an LG Authorized Service Center
to replace the damaged antenna.
• Do not touch the antenna unnecessarily when the
phone is switched on. Contact with the antenna
affects call quality and may cause the phone to
operate at a higher power level that needed and
shorten talk and standby times.
• Hold the phone as you speak to any other telephone.
While speaking directly into the microphone, angle
the antenna in a direction up and over your shoulder.
If the antenna is extendable/retractable, it should be
extended during the call
| General information
Care and Maintenance
Important safety information
Radio frequency energy
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver.
When the phone is turned on, it receives and transmits
radio frequency (RF) energy. Depending on the type
of mobile phone you posses, it operates on different
frequency ranges and employs commonly used
modulation techniques. The system that handles your
call when you are using your phone controls the power
level at which your phone transmits.
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General information
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) information.
General information
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Your phone has been designed to comply with
applicable safety requirement for exposure to radio
waves. This requirement is based on scientific
organizations through periodic and thorough evaluation
of scientific studies. These guidelines include safety
margins designed to assure this safety of all persons,
regardless of age and health.
• 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
this highest certified power level in all used frequency
bands.
• 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.
• The SAR limit recommended by the international
Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
(ICNIRP), which is 2W/kg averaged over then (10)
gram of tissue.
• This highest SAR value for this model phone tested by
SGS for use at the ear is 0.926 W/kg (10g).
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.
Electronic devices
Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF
energy. However, certain electronic equipment may not
be shielded against the RF signals from your wireless
phone, therefore:
• Don not use your mobile phone near medical
equipment without requesting permission.
Pacemaker
Mobile phones may affect the operation of some
implanted cardiac pacemakers and other medically
implanted equipment. Pacemaker manufacturers
recommend that a minimum separation of 20 cm
(6 inches) be maintained between a hand-held wireless
phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference
with the pacemaker. These recommendations are
consistent with the independent research by and
recommendations of Wireless Technology Research.
Potentially explosive atmospheres
Some hearing aids might be disturbed by mobile
phones. In the event of such disturbance, you may want
to consult your service provider, or call the customer
services line to discuss alternatives.
Switch off your phone when in any area with a
potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and
instructions. It is rare, but your phone or its accessories
could generate sparks.
Sparks in such areas could cause an explosion or fire
resulting in bodily injury or even death. Areas with a
potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but not
always, clearly marked.
They include fuelling areas, such as petrol station,
below deck on boats, fuel or chemical transfer or
storage facilities, and areas where the air contains
chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal
powders.; and any other area where you would
normally be advised to turn off your vehicle engine.
Aircraft
Driving
• Turn off your mobile phone before boarding any
aircraft.
• Do not use it on the ground without crew permission
To prevent interference with communication systems,
you must not use your mobile phone while the plane is
in the air.
Check the laws and regulations on the use of mobile
phones in the areas where you drive. If you are going to
use your phone while driving, please:
• Give full attention to driving
• Use handsfree. Law in many countries requires
vehicle handsfree.
Hearing aids
| General information
Persons with pacemakers:
• Should always keep the phone more than 20 cm
(6 inches) from their pacemaker when the phone is
switched on;
• Should not carry the phone in a breast pocket;
• Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to
minimize the potential for interference.
• If you have any reason to suspect that interference is
taking place, switch off your phone immediately.
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General information
General information
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• Pull off the road and park before making or answering
a call if driving conditions so require.
RF energy may affect some electronic systems in motor
vehicles such as car stereo, safety equipment etc. in
addition, some vehicle manufacturers do not allow use
of mobile phones, unless the installation is supported
by a handsfree kit with an external antenna in their
vehicles. Check with your vehicle manufacturer’s
representative to be sure that your mobile phone will
not affect the electronic systems in your vehicle.
Your phone
| Your phone
Status LED
Earpiece
Volume key
MP3 player
Earphone Jack
Main display
Navigation key
Left soft key (LSK)
Talk key / Yes key
* key
Right soft key (RSK)
Power on /
Camera key
End call
MicroSD slot
# key
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Your phone
1. Side key - Volume
During a call, adjusts the earpiece volume.
Your phone
2. Side key - Music Player
• To control music player function
• Play and pause
3. Side key - Camera q
The side key is used to make image capture when in
DSC mode.
4. Soft key <>
The current functions are displayed in the bottom line of
LCD. Access main menu and contacts accordingly.
5. Off Hook S
To make phone call after dialling phone number or to
pick up a phone call.
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6. On Hook E
• To end a call
• Or power on/off use.
7. Navigation key
In standby mode, quick access to
• Up key: Write Message
• Left key: Profile
• Right key: Shortcuts
• Down key: Contact List
8. Number key
Input number or characters
123
456
789
*0#
In the main display, you may see several icons shown on your status bar.
The meaning of icons are explained below:
The signal strength of the cellular network
at your current location.
The battery charge level.
Phone locked
You are in roaming.
| Your phone
Standby mode
When missing the incoming call.
Received one or several messages.
Phone is in general profile
All your calls are diverted to another
number.
Phone is in meeting profile
Bluetooth turn on
Phone is in outdoor profile
Chat Room 1
Phone is in vibrate profile.
Chat Room 2
Phone is in silent profile.
Speaker turns on
Phone is in headset profile
You are in the internet.
The alarm clock is to set on.
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Getting Started
Getting Started
Installing the SIM card and the battery
2. Insert and slide the SIM card (3) and battery (4).
You need to insert the SIM card and charge the battery
before using the phone.
• Keep all miniature SIM cards out of the reach of little
children.
• Be careful to handle, insert or remove the SIM card
since the SIM card and its contacts can easily be
damaged by scratched or bending.
• Before installing/removing the SIM card, always
make sure that the phone is switched off.
1. Press the back cover release button (1) and lift the
battery away (2).
(3)
(1)
(2)
2
➞
1
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(4)
➞
Charging the battery
You must fully charge the battery before using your
phone for the first time.
1. Connect the lead from the travel adapter to the
socket on the bottom of your phone (A).
2. Connect the charger to an AC wall outlet.
(A)
! Note
! Note
When the battery is weak indicated by “ ”on the display,
you will hear a warning sound. When the battery becomes
too weak indicated by “ ” on the display, it switched off
automatically.
| Getting Started
You can use the phone while the charger is connected but
charging is suspended during that time.
Switching the phone on and off
• Press and hold E key.
! Note
If the phone shows “Insert SIM” when SIM card is properly
inserted, contact your network operator or service provider.
• If the phone asks PIN code, key in the PIN code, and
press < left soft key (LSK) to confirm.
! Note
Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is
prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.
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Call functions
This gives you the information about all calling services
that are supported in your phone.
Making a call from the Contacts
Call functions
1. In standby mode, press > right soft key (RSK) to
enter Contacts, select one name from Search and
follow by pressing S key to call.
2. You could also press Menu and choose to enter
Contacts submenu to make a call.
3. Or, you can press navigation key down to enter
Search submenu to make a call quickly.
Making an international call
1. For international calls, long press 0 key for the
international prefix (character +).
2. Key in the country code, area code and the phone
number.
Press S to call.
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Answering or rejecting an incoming call
To answer the incoming call
Press S to answer the call.
To reject the incoming call
Press E to reject the call.
Call waiting
You can answer another incoming call while you have a
call in progress.
1. During a call, press < LSK to enter option menu to
hold a call.
Making a conference call
You can make conference call while you have multi
calls in progress.
1. Make a call to the first participant.
2. Call the second participant as explained in Make a
new call during a call.
Tips for call options
A call can be connected to any single caller by pressing
Options. When you press Options during active call,
you would have following functions as listed in below:
1. Hold: put a call on
2. End: End a call.
3. New call: make a new call during an active call.
4. Contacts: shortcut to Contacts menu.
5. Text message : shortcut to Messaging menu.
6. Voice recorder: to record your conversation during
an active phone call.
7. Mute on/off: set On/ Off to mute the call during the
conversation.
8. DTMF: set On / Off for DTMF (Dual Tone MultiFrequency) tone dialing system.
9. Retrieve: reconnect a holding call
10. Retrieve all: reconnect all holding call.
11. Swap: switch between calls on hold and active.
12. Conference: make a multi-party conversation.
13. Transfer: transfer a call.
14. End single: end one of conference call.
15. End all: end a multi-party call.
16. H-Free/H-Held: to choose either Hands free or held
when multi-party call.
17. Split: to suspend the multi-party call.
| Call functions
3. Press < LSK and select Conference. This joins the
calls to the conference.
4. Repeat step 2 and 3 to allow new participants to be
connected to the conference call.
5. Press Options and select End all to end the call. Or
press E.
6. Any call (participant) can be disconnected by press
Options key and select End single.
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Input method
You can key in text by using the traditional method
or predictive smart input. Your phone is designed to
support English languages.
To select input method
Input method
1. When key in text, press Options and select Input
method.
Quick way to change input method
• Short press * to change the input method
To insert a space
In T9Abc, you could use 0 key to insert spaces.
Traditional English input
Your phone provides Multi-tap function. For example,
press 2 key twice to display the letter B, and press
three times to display the letter C.
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Characters table
English
Key
1
.,-?!'@:1)(;*/&
Unshifted Characters
Shifted Characters
.,-?!'@:1
2
abc2
ABC2
3
def3
DEF3
4
ghi4
GHI4
5
jkl5
JKL5
6
mno6
MNO6
7
pqrs7
PQRS7
8
tuv8
TUV8
9
wxyz9
WXYZ9
0
0
0
Text entry with “T9”
T9 Abc
Smart Abc (English Smart mode)
T9 abc
Smart abc
T9 ABC
Smart ABC
123
Numberic
Abc
Multitap Abc (English)
abc
Multitap abc
ABC
Multitap ABC
| Input method
“T9” uses a built-in dictionary to recognize the most
commonly used word for every sequence of key
presses.
The selected input method icon will be shown in the
indication bar. You can choose to turn on or off your T9
input method in options list.
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Listing of Functions
Music player [Menu 1]
Listing of Functions
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Call history [Menu 2]
1. All calls
2. Missed calls
3. Dialled calls
4. Received calls
5. Delete call log
6. Call time
7. Call cost
8. Text message counter
9. GRPS counter
Organizer [Menu 3]
1. Calendar
2. To do
Multimedia [Menu 4]
1. Games
2. Camera
3. Image Viewer
4. Video recorder
5. Video player
6. Voice recorder
7. Melody composer
8. FM radio
9. Schedule FM record
Messaging [Menu 5]
1. Text message
2. Multimedia message (MMS)
3. Chat
4. Voice mail server
5. Broadcast messages
My stuff [Menu 6]
Contacts [Menu 8]
1. Search
2. New contact
3. Caller group
4. Speed dial
Tools [Menu 9]
1. Alarm
2. World clock
3. Calculator
4. Unit converter
5. Currency converter
6. Health
7. STK
Browser [Menu *]
1. WAP
2. Data account
Connectivity [Menu 0]
1. Bluetooth
2. Network
| Listing of Functions
Profiles [Menu 7]
1. General
2. Meeting
3. Outdoor
4. Vibrate only
5. Headset
6. Silent
7. Bluetooth
5. My vCard
6. Extra number
7. Copy
8. Delete
9. Move
0. Settings
Settings [Menu #]
1. Time & Date
2. Display
3. Phone
4. Call
5. Security
6. Restore factory settings
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Music player
Music player
You may enter the music player via main menu or use
the side key for quick access. You can also enter the
music player through up navigation key.
You also may download the music content via USB or
other connection. Music tracks must to be saved in the
My Music’s folder in the My Stuffs in order to be You
can listen the music tracks by headset or loudspeaker.
The easy user interface can be used to control, play,
pause, and stop the music player as you wish.
! Note
You can make or answer a call while using the audio player.
During a call, the playback is paused.
Play the music
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Four ways Navigation Key
Audio Play Function
U Up
bPlay /iPause music
D Down
j Stop
L Left
g Skip to previous tracks
R Right
h Skip to next tracks
! Note
You can adjust this volume +/– through side keys.
Your music player automatically detects and adds the
music track into default play list.
! Note
Your mobile phone is designed to be able play the music
during flight. You have to go to Settings ➝ Phone ➝ Flight
mode to change your setting for flight security concern.
Setting
In the music player menu, you may press List to access
the following setting.
• Select one song and press Options
• In the options list, you will find
– Play: Allows you to play the song immediately.
– Detail: Shows the channel, quality, size and time of
selected song.
– Add to rings: Allows you to add the selected song as
ring tone.
– Refresh list: Allows you to refresh the list if you have
changed the name of song.
– Add: Allows you to add the selected songs into play list.
– Remove: Allows you to remove the selected songs
from play list
– Settings: Allows you to select your play list from phone
or card, to change the skin, equalizer… etc.
! Note
List auto gen function in Settings helps you to detect the
play list from the folder named by My Music. If you rename
the folder from submenu of My Stuff’s option, then music
tracks will not be detected and generated into your song
play list. There will be another “My Music” folder created
by phone automatically with no tracks unless you input new
song tracks.
– Connect the handset and PC by plugging in USB cable,
screen shows two options:
– Mass Storage mode: for add/remove music or image.
In the Mass Storage mode, you can add or remove
music tracks to handset via PC.
– COM Port mode: to be used as modem.
| Music Player
– Remove all: Allows you to remove all songs in play list
• As it mentioned in the beginning, all music tracks
must be strored in the root. (Default setting ), user
may change the path. To save the music tracks, you
need to.
! Note
There are 8 kinds of equalizer, including Normal, Bass,
Dance, Classical, Treble, Party, Pop and Rock. You can
personalize your music player through those settings option
we have provided to you.
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Call history
Your phone can save information for missed, received
and dialed calls, and the length and cost of your calls.
! Note
Once the call list exceeds the memory limitation, the oldest
one is deleted. You can save at least 40 calls in Missed,
Dialed & Received calls per each list.
Call history
! Note
For Missed, Dialed & Received calls, you can press talk
key S to have a quick review. Your phone provides your
several options to Delete, Save to contact, Dial, Edit, Send
text message or Send multimedia message if you select a
certain phone number.
All calls [Menu 2-1]
Your phone allows you to view all your missed, dialed
and received calls for 120 entries in total. The total
number of calls will be showed
Missed calls [Menu 2-2]
Your phone allows you to view the last 40 missed calls.
To view missed calls
• In Call history menu, choose Missed calls, press OK
to view the records.
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Dialled calls [Menu 2-3]
Your phone allows you to view the last 40 outgoing calls.
To view received calls
• In Call history menu, choose Dialled calls and press
OK to view the records.
Your phone provides the following selections for your
option:
• Delete: Allows you to erase the number from the list.
• Save to contact: Allows you to save the number in
Contacts.
• Dial: Allows you to call the number that show in the
screen.
• Edit: Allows you to edit the number
• Send text message: Allows you to send a text
message to the number shown on the screen.
• Send multimedia message: Allows you to send a
multimedia message to the number shown on the
screen.
Received calls [Menu 2-4]
Your phone allows you to view the last 40 received calls.
To view received calls
• In Call history menu, choose Received calls, press OK
to view the records.
Your phone allows you to delete some of your call
registers
• Missed calls / Dialled calls / Received calls / Delete all
Call time [Menu 2-6]
Your phone allows you to view the timers for calls made
and received.
1. In Call history menu, choose Call time, press OK.
2. Choose an item, press OK to view the content.
Your phone provides the following selections for your
option:
Call cost [Menu 2-7]
This function allows you to check the cost while making
phone call.
Your phone provides the following selections for your
option:
• Last call cost: cost of Last call you dialled
• Total cost: Sum of all costs you dialled so far
• Reset cost: To reset the counter
• Max cost: To set the max cost allowed
• Price per unit: To set the unit cost of the call
| Call history
Delete call log [Menu 2-5]
• Last call time: List out the last call time of your
conversation
• Total sent: Sum of total time you have called out.
• Total received: Sum of total call time you have
received.
• Reset all time: Reset the time counter to zero.
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Call history
Text message counter [Menu 2-8]
This function allows you to check the numbers of
message. It is a counter. You may press reset to restart
the counter.
• Sent: The number of messages you sent
• Received: The number of messages you received
Call history
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GRPS counter [Menu 2-9]
This function allows you to check the data size of GPRS
packet you used.
• Last sent: The size of the data you sent last.
• Last received: The size of the data you received last
• All sent: The total size of the data you have sent
• All received: The total size of the data you have
received
• Reset counter: To reset the counter
Organiser
Calendar [Menu 3-1]
This feature allows you to keep track of your schedule
and tasks that are saved in calendar.You can also
switch on alarm with the task for reminding.
! Note
You could press number 1 and number 3 key to go to
previous and next year. You could also press number 7 and
number 9 key to go to previous and next month.
To do [Menu 3-2]
This feature list out all your tasks you have added from
calendar option. You can also view, edit or delete the
tasks from the options under this feature.
For first time use, you will need to do the following
steps:
1. Press Add in the Task List
2. Edit your to do list by entering time, data, note.
3. You can choose to turn on the alarm as the reminder
and schedule of alarm.
4. Finally, select “Yes” to save your to-do list.
Your to-do list will then be shown in this sub-menu
and will be highlighted in your Calendar. Your phone
provides the same options as Calendar described in the
above.
| Organiser
To make a note and reminder in Calendar first time
1. In Organiser menu, choose Calendar and press OK
2. Choose a day, press Options, choose View tasks and
press OK.
3. Key-in the time and the note, followed by pressing
Add.
4. Select Alarm to be turned on or off and select days of
ringing, then press Done to either save or not to save
the task.
Your phone provides the following selections for your
option:
• View: To view the task that is stored in specified day.
• Add: To add new task in specified day.
• Edit task: To edit the task in specified day.
• Delete task: To delete the specific task.
• Delete all: To delete all tasks
• Send vCalendar: To send the task by SMS and MMS,
or save to file
To quick jump to the wish date, you may
• In Organiser menu, choose Calendar and press OK
• Press Options, select Jump to date and press OK
Key in year, month and day you wish to jump followed
by pressing OK.
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Multimedia
Under this menu, there are a couple of applications for
user’s Multimedia purpose.
Games [Menu 4-1]
Multimedia
KG300 builds in 3 creative games (Fruits Go!!, Bunny
Golf & Thunder of Wizard) for this product. You may use
navigation key to select the games you would like to
play. Then press OK to select the game. After entering
the game, you may use the option menu to start game
/ check ranking / read game guide / exit the game from
the menu option. You can also adjust the game setting
at very beginning when you enter the game menu.
• Start game: Start to play the game
• Game help: Show the play rule for the game
• Game Settings
– Background Music
– Sound Effect
– Vibration
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Camera [Menu 4-2]
You can use this phone in taking photos with the
phone’s built-in camera and adjust its settings. Your
phone supports horizontal OSD type operation style
and only supports vertical type in 240x320 image size.
The camera lens is on the back of the phone, and the
display of the phone works as a viewfinder. If there’s
not enough memory for camera, you need to delete old
photos to free some spaces for new photos or you can
choose to save photos in memory card. The status of
your video camera setting will be displayed on the top
of preview mode.
! Note
Do not use this feature when it violates local laws.
To start using Camera [Menu 4-2-1]
1. In Multimedia menu, select Camera and press OK.
2. Press Options to personalize your camera setting
otherwise you might take the picture by pressing S
power on key or pressing q quick key (right down
side key).
3. To zoom screen in /and out, please press volume
key(right up 2 side keys).
! Note
The options list including:
Video Camera You can jump to video camera mode
mode
by pressing OK
You can review pictures you have
taken by pressing OK
Image Size
240x320, 320x240, 640x480,
800x600,1600x1200
To setup the Camera [Menu 4-2-2]
Quality
Normal / Low / High
1. On the preview mode, you can press “Options”. All
options will be displayed in the bottom of screen, and
you can adjust the setting through the preview mode
directly and your setting will be displayed on the top
of screen.
2. Using Navigation key up and down to select different
camera settings and right & left to select your
preference.
Delay Timer
Timer Off / 5, 10, 15 sec.
Continue Shot 1 Shot / 3 Shot / 5 Shot / 9 Shot
Effect Setting Effect off / Grayscale / Sepia /
Sepia Green / Sepia Blue /
Color Invert / Gray Invert /
Blackboard / Whiteboard /
Copper Carving / Blue Carving /
Embossment / Contrast & Sketch
White
Balance
Auto WB / Daylight / Tungsten /
Fluorescent / Cloud / Incandescence
EV
EV-4 / EV-3 / EV-2 / EV-1 / EV 0 / EV+1 /
EV+2 / EV+3 / EV+4
Scene Mode
Auto / Night
Bonding
50 / 60 Hz
Sound
Sound off /Sound 1/Sound 2/Sound 3
Restore
Settings
You can restore the factory setting by
selecting this option.
| Multimedia
Album mode
The photo will be saved in the folder called Photo of My
stuff menu. You can also view the picture from by selecting
Album from options list and you will jump to Image viewer.
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Multimedia
Image Viewer [Menu 4-3]
Multimedia
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All images from EMS, MMS, WAP and camera could
be reviewed from here and storage is located in either
phone or memory card. You may choose to view your
images in List or Matrix Style.
Your phone provides the following selections for your
option:
• View: Allows you to view the pictures saved in the
My stuff.
• Browse style: Allows you to select the style when you
browse pictures.
• Forward: Allows you to forward your pictures as
wallpaper, screen saver, power on/off display, contact
ID or send to others via MMS or Bluetooth.
• Rename: Allows you to rename the file.
• Delete: Allows you to delete the pictures in the
My stuff.
• Delete all files: Allows you to delete all pictures in
once.
• Sort: Allows you to sort your photos by name, type,
time, or size.
• Storage: Allows you to choose to store your pictures
either in phone or memory card.
! Note
Sending picture via MMS, the default size cannot be larger
than 300KB. However, the maximum size of sending picture
via MMS will be determined by your service provider.
Video recorder [Menu 4-4]
You can record the video clip through build-in camera.
The status of your video recorder setting will be
displayed on the top of preview mode.
To start using Video recorder [Menu 4-4-1]
1. In Multimedia menu, select Video recorder and press
OK.
2. Press Options to personalize your camera setting
otherwise you might take the picture by pressing S
power on key or q quick key (right down side key).
3. You can also press S power on or q camera quick
key and < LSK to resume the recording. When
you may press > RSK to stop recording, then
the clip will be saved in the video folder of My stuff
automatically. After recording, the clip will be saved
as your setting.
4. You may review your video clips from video player.
You can also quickly access the camera function through
right down side key.
! Note
The video clip will be saved in Video player menu and Video
folder in My stuff. You can also view the picture from Album
from options list.
! Note
Volume Side key (right up 2 side keys) will be functioned as
zoom screen in/ and out.
Key definition
< Back / Stop
> Options/Pause/Resume
S Record/Pause/Resume
q
1. On the preview mode, you can press “Options”.
All options will be displayed in the bottom of screen,
and you can adjust the setting through the preview
mode directly and your setting will be displayed on
the top of screen.
2. Using Navigation key up and down select different
camera settings and right & left to select your
preference.
The options list including:
Camera mode You can jump to camera mode by
pressing OK.
Album mode
You can review video clips you have
taken by pressing OK.
Playlist mode
You can review video clips you have
taken by pressing OK.
Rec Time
Limit.
No size limit / 95KB / 195KB / 295KB
File Size Limit
No time limit / 95KB / 195KB / 295KB
Video Quality
High / Normal / Low / Fine
| Multimedia
! Note
To setup the Video recorder [Menu 4-4-2]
Record Audio Audio on / Audio off
Record/Pause/Resume
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Multimedia
Effect Setting
Effect off / Grayscale / Sepia /
Sepia Green / Sepia Blue /
Color Invert / Gray Invert /
Blackboard / Whiteboard /
Copper Carving / Blue Carving /
Embossment / Contrast / Sketch
Multimedia
White
Balance
Auto WB / Daylight / Tungsten /
Fluorescent / Cloud / Incandescence
EV
EV-4 / EV-3 / EV-2 / EV-1 / EV 0 / EV+1 /
EV+2 / EV+3 / EV+4
Night Mode
Auto / Night
Banding
50 / 60 Hz
Format
3GP / MP4
Restore
Settings
You can restore the factory setting by
selecting this option.
Video player [Menu 4-5]
This folder saves videos that are saved from phone or
downloaded from PC. This phone supports .3GP and
.MP4 form with 176x144 video size.
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To play the video [Menu 4-5-1]
1. In Multimedia menu, choose Video player, select the
file you wish to play.
2. After selecting a certain video clip, press Options
and Play.
Your phone provides the following selections for your
option:
• Play: Allows you to play and view the video content.
• Forward: Allows you to forward the video to screen
saver, power on display or power off display. You can
also forward the video clip to contacts as the caller ID
or share with friend via MMS or Bluetooth.
• Rename: Allows you to rename the video file.
• Delete: Allows you to delete the video file saved in the
My stuff.
• Delete all files: Allows you to delete all video files
saved in video My stuff.
• Sort: Allows you to sort the video clips by name, type,
time, or size.
• Storage: Allows you to check the video’s memory and
format and play the video clip either from phone or
memory card.
Voice recorder [Menu 4-6]
Voice recorder is a simple sound recording tool
provided functionalities for you to manage voice files.
To start recording [Menu 4-6-1]
! Note
Recording, you may pause or stop the voice recording
anytime by pressing soft keys.
! Note
After recording, the file is saved as AMR/WAV format.
Your phone provides the following selections for your
option:
• Record: Allows you to record the sound during your
phone call or other situation.
• Play: Allows you to play the recorded file.
• Append: Allows you to record in the same file.
Melody composer [Menu 4-7]
This function allows you to compose a ring signal or
melody.
| Multimedia
1. In Multimedia menu, choose Voice recorder, press
OK.
2. Press Options and select Record and choose OK to
start it.
• Rename: Allows you to recorded file.
• Delete: Allows you to delete the file saved in the voice
recorder.
• Delete all: Allows you to delete all content saved in
this folder.
• Settings: Allows you to choose your storage and file
format.
• Forward: Allows you to forward the file to user profile
or share to friends via MMS or Bluetooth.
To start composing [Menu 4-7-1]
1. In Multimedia menu, choose Melody composer,
press Add to start composing.
2. You can start to compose your ring tone.
3. After finishing to compose, the melody will be saved
as IMY format.
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Multimedia
Key
Function
1
Do
Key
Function
*
Change the beat
length of current
musical note also
change current
note between
backlight and LED
2 Re
3
Mi
4
Fa
5 Sol
Multimedia
6
La
7
Si
8 Vibration note
9
Backlight/LED note
0 Rest
#
Switch current
musical note to sharp,
normal or flat stats
Navigation key
down to flat one
octave of musical
note. Also, you can
disable vibration,
backlight and LED.
You might change
instrument through
volume keys.
4. During composing the melody, you may personalize
the melody.
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Your phone provides the following selections for your
option:
• Play: Allows you to listen the melody you have made.
• Play speed: Allows you to adjust the three different
play speed.
• Select instrument: Allows you to select your favor
instrument.
• Save: Allows you to save the melody
Your phone provides the following selections for your
option when you have saved several melodies.
• Play: Allows you to listen the melody you have made.
• Edit: Allows you to edit the selected melody.
• Add: Allows you to add more ring tone in the selected
melody.
• Rename: Allows you to rename a file.
• Delete: Allows you to delete selected melody in this
folder.
• Delete all files: Allows you to delete all content saved
in this folder.
• Forward: Allows you forward the melody to user
profile as ring tone or to share with friends by
multimedia message, text message or Bluetooth.
FM radio [Menu 4-8]
You have to plug-in the earphone in order to use the FM
radio.
Schedule FM record [Menu 4-9]
This phone allows you to pre-schedule programs from
FM radio. You are able to record 4 programs according
to your personal setting.
The option of settings including: to turn on/off recording,
to set up time period of pre-scheduling, to record Days/
Weekly/Monthly/Once/Everyday, to set up channel by
listing or manually and to set up file format and storage.
! Note
| Multimedia
This feature allows you to listen to your favourite radio
station anytime.
• Channel list: Allows you to bookmark 9 radio stations
by entering the channel name and frequency.
• Manual input: Allows you key in the radio station
frequency manually.
• Preset auto search: Allows you to auto search the
radio station without pressing forward or backward
key all the time.
• Settings: Allows you to change the skin of FM radio. It
will also allow you to select FM recording format. You
could select record format as AMR or WAV and turn
on/ off Background play function.
• Loud speaker: Allows you to speaker out the radio
program.
• Record: Allows you to record your favor program.
• Append: Allows you to resume the file you have
recorded and continue to record at the same file.
• File list: Allows you to listen the radio program you
have recorded.
! Note
You must inset headset as the antenna when setting to
pre-schedule radio channel.
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Messaging
You may view, edit, and send the message to others via
this menu.
Text message [Menu 5-1]
Messaging
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Your phone services voice mail notification messages
and text messages. Voice mail and text message
service are network service. Your phone also allows
you to send and receive text messages contain pictures
or melodies. A message with picture is made up of
several text messages. Therefore, sending message
with pictures may cost more than sending one text
message.
To write a message [Menu 5-1-1]
1. In Messaging menu, choose Text message (SMS),
press OK
2. Choose Write Message, press OK to write message.
3. You can also personalize your message with more
different special effect by selecting following
functions in options list which are
• Use template: You might insert default template for
quick writing.
• Insert object: You might insert picture, animation,
melody and sound in your text message.
• Format text: You might choose text size, style,
alignment or start new paragraph.
• Input method: You might choose input method as you
wish.
! Note
To quick access Message function, you can press
U, D, L, R in standby mode.
! Note
To key in the content, please refer to “Input method“ in
page 19.
To read messages [Menu 5-1-2]
When you have received a message, the indicator
will appear on the display. If your inbox is full, there
will be a pop-up window to remind you to delete some
of your old messages. Otherwise, your message will be
saved in the phone instead of SIM card.
1. In Messaging menu, choose Text message (SMS),
press OK and then select Inbox.
2. Choose one message you would like to read by
pressing OK to view the content.
! Note
The message you have received will be saved in SIM as
default setting.
: The message that has been read.
: The message that has not been read
To send a message [Menu 5-1-3]
1. In Messaging menu, choose Text message (SMS)
and press OK.
2. Choose Write message, press OK to start writing
message.
3. After finishing the writing, select Done following by
pressing Options.
| Messaging
When you read the message, your phone provides
following selections for your options.
• Reply: Allows you to reply by sending a text message.
• Delete: Allows you to delete the message in progress.
• Edit: Allows you to edit the text message.
• Forward: Allows you to forward a text message.
• Copy to phone: Allows you to copy the selected text
message to your phone.
• Move to phone: Allows you to move the selected text
message to your phone.
• Chat: Allows you to chat with the one sending
message to your phone.
• Delete all: Allows you to delete all messages at once.
• Copy all: Allows you to copy all messages to your
phone at once.
• Move all: Allows you to move all messages to your
phone at once.
• Use number: Allows you to save the number in your
Contacts.
• Use URL: Allows you to use the URL in your phone.
• Save objects: Allows you to save objects in your
phone
! Note
To use picture message function, your network operator
or service provider support is necessary. Only phones
that contain this function can receive and display picture
messages.
Your phone provides the following selections for your
send option:
• Send only: Allows you to send a text message
immediately.
• Save and send: Allows you to save and send a text
message.
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Messaging
• Save: Allows you to save the message and send it
later.
• Send to many: Allows you to send many contact at
once. Successful sent messages will not be stored
in outbox.
• Send by group: Allows you to send a group you have
grouped in the phone.
Keypad information
Messaging
Key
Character
*
Insert symbol.
#
Change input method.
Shift the cursor.
Outbox Message [Menu 5-1-4]
After sending out the message, the message is saved
in the outbox folder. You are allowed to read messages
you have chosen to save with the following options:
• Send: Allows you to send the message.
• Edit: Allows you to edit the saved message.
• Delete: Allows you to delete the message in progress.
• Copy to phone: Allows you to copy the selected text
message to your phone.
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• Move to phone: Allows you to move the selected text
message to your phone.
• Delete all: Allows you to delete all messages in your
outbox at once.
• Copy all: Allows you to copy all messages to your
phone at once.
• Move all: Allows you to move all messages to your
phone at once.
• Use number: Allows you to save the number in your
Contacts.
• Use URL: Allows you to save the URL in your phone.
Templates [Menu 5-1-5]
There are several default templates in your phone
for quick message writing. You can also edit these
templates and change to your words.
Message settings [Menu 5-1-6]
Your phone allows you to set up default setting on the
SMS feature.
1. In Messaging menu, choose Text message (SMS),
press OK
Multimedia message (MMS) [Menu 5-2]
The feature allows you to send the message that
contain text, sound and a picture. Depending on the
network, you may receive a text message that includes
an Internet address where you can view the multimedia
message.
Your phone supports the following formats in MMS
function.
• Picture: JPG, GIF and BMP.
• Sound: Scalable Polyphonic MIDI (SP-MIDI),
i-Meldoy.
! Note
You are not able to receive multimedia messages during a
call, a game, or any active WAP connection over GPRS data.
To write a MMS [Menu 5-2-1]
For availability to the multimedia messaging service,
please contact your network operator or service
provider.
1. In Messaging menu, choose Multimedia message
and then press OK.
2. Choose Write message followed by pressing OK.
3. Write contact number or e-mail in To, Cc, and Bcc
you wish to send, then edit the subject content by
press Edit.
4. In content, you are able to add text, image, audio and
attachment in to the slide.
| Messaging
2. Choose Message settings, press OK.
Your phone provides the following selections for your
option:
• Profile setting: If more than one message profile
is allowed by your SIM, you may edit the profile
separately.
• Common setting: You may select whether to enable
or disable and change your reply path of your service
center if any.
• Memory status: Allows you to check the memory
status of the SMS in term of in SIM or in Phone
• Preferred storage: Allows you to change your
preferred storage either SIM or phone.
• Prefer bearer: Allows you to choose your preferred
bearer-GSM or GPRS.
! Note
To key in the content, you can refer to “Input method “.
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Messaging
! Note
To use picture message function, your network operator or
service provider support is necessary.
Messaging
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Your phone provides the following selections for your
option when editing the slides:
• Done: Allows you to exit the editing page and go back
to Edit content page.
• Input method: Allows to you change the input method.
• Add image: Allows you to add a picture in your
message.
• Add audio: Allows you to add an audio file in your
message.
• Add attachment: Allows you to attach a file in your
message.
After adding text into the content, you will see more
options showed including:
• Insert new slide: Allows you to insert another slide in
your message.
• Preview: Allows you to preview the slide(s) you just
wrote.
• Slide timing: Allows you to edit the sliding time.
To send a MMS [Menu 5-2-2]
1. In Messaging menu, choose Multimedia message
and then press OK.
2. Choose Write message followed by pressing OK.
3. After writing the message following by the below
steps, select Done to either Send only, Save and
send, Save to drafts or Exit the message.
4. You can also choose the Send options to edit the
MMS otherwise the message will be sent as default
setting.
! Note
To key in the content, you can refer to “Input method “.
! Note
To use picture message function, your network operator or
service provider support is necessary.
Your phone provides the following selections for your
option:
• Send only: Allows you send a text message
immediately.
• Save and send: Allows you to save a message and
send immediately.
• Save to drafts: Allows you to save a message and
send it later.
• Send options: Allows you to personalize the sending
options including Valid period, Deliver report, Read
report, and Priority.
• Exit: Allows you to choose to save or not save the
message you have written.
Keypad information
Character
Shift the cursor in text edit mode.
*
Insert symbol.
#
Change input method.
Inbox [Menu 5-2-3]
Multimedia messages that have not been sent will be
saved in Outbox folder of the Multimedia messages
menu. The multimedia messages that have been sent
are saved in the Out box folder of the Multimedia
messages menu.
To read received multimedia messages
1. In Messaging menu, choose Multimedia message
and then press OK.
2. Select Inbox followed by pressing OK.
| Messaging
Key
3. Choose a message, press Options to view the
message.
Your phone provides the following selections for your
option:
• View: Allows you view a multimedia message
immediately.
• Properties: Allows you to view the mailing list
• Reply: Allows you to reply the sender.
• Reply to all: Allows you to reply the group.
• Forward: Allows you to forward the message.
• Delete: Allows you to delete the selected message.
• Delete all: Allows you to delete the all message.
• Use number: Allows you to either dial or save the
phone number.
Outbox [Menu 5-2-4]
Multimedia messages that have not been sent will save
in Outbox folder of the Multimedia messages menu. The
multimedia messages that have been sent are saved in
the Out box folder of the Multimedia messages menu.
To read outbox multimedia messages
1. In Messaging menu, choose Multimedia message,
press OK, choose Outbox, press Select
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Messaging
Messaging
2. Choose a message, press OK to view.
Your phone provides the following selections for your
option:
• View: Allows you view a multimedia message
immediately.
• Properties: Allows you to view the mailing list
• Send to others: Allows you to send the message to
others.
• Delete: Allows you to delete the selected message.
• Delete all: Allows you to delete the all message.
• Use number: Allows you to either dial or save the
phone number.
Your phone provides the following selections for your
option:
• View: Allows you view a multimedia message
immediately.
• Properties: Allows you to view the mailing list
• Send: Allows you to send the message
• Edit message: Allows you to edit the message.
• Delete: Allows you to delete the selected message.
• Delete all: Allows you to delete the all message.
• Use number: Allows you to either dial or save the
phone number.
Draft [Menu 5-2-5]
This phone allows you to have a quick entry for your
multimedia message.
1. In Messaging menu, choose Multimedia message
and press OK.
2. Select Templates, press OK, select a template, press
Options.
3. Choose Write message to send the multimedia
message.
4. Select Done to either send or save the message.
Your phone saves the multimedia messages that have
not been sent in the Draft folder of the Multimedia
messages menu.
To read unsent multimedia messages
1. In Messaging menu, choose Multimedia message
and press OK.
2. Select Drafts followed by pressing OK.
3. Choose a message, press Options to view the
message.
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Templates [Menu 5-2-6]
You can view the content of template by View options
to read the slide and Properties to read the message
content and size.
Delivery report: You can turn On or Off this function if you
want to receive delivery report from service provider or
not.
Message settings [Menu 5-2-7]
Read report: You can turn On or Off this function if you
want to receive report from service provider.
Creation Mode: Free / Restricted
Image Resizing: 160x120 / 320x240 / 640x480 / Off
Auto Signature: On / Off
• Send:
Valid period: This is the duration that your message is
stored at the Message Center.
– Priority: You can choose message priority; the option
includes Normal, High, and Low.
– Slide timing: You can set slide timing by own
preference.
– Delivery time: The duration option includes
Immediate / In one hour / 12 hours / In 24 hours.
• Retrieve:
Home network: The option of home network includes
Immediate / Delayed / Restricted
| Messaging
Before you send the MMS message, you need to finish
MMS setting.
1. In Messaging menu, choose Multimedia message
and press OK.
2. Select Message settings and press OK.
3. Your phone provides the following selections for your
option:
• Compose: You can set your compose format from the
following option
Roaming: the option of roaming network includes
As Home / Delayed / Restricted
Read report: The option of read report includes
On request/ Send/ Never send
Delivery report: You can turn On or Off this function to
request the network to send delivery reports of the past
messages.
– The duration option includes:
Max / 1 hour / 12 hours / 1 day / 1 week
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Messaging
• Filter:
Anonymous: The option of anonymous includes
Allow / Reject
Max size: To multimedia messages size
Advertisement: The option of advertisement setting
includes Allow / Reject
Messaging
• Server profile: You may receive and send multimedia
message through certain network or service provider.
To activate or edit Profile detail setting, press OK.
• Memory status: You can check what percentage of
the phone’s internal memory is unoccupied and still
how messages can be stored in SIM card’s or Phone’s
memory.
! Note
To finish the MMS setting, you may contact with your
network service operator.
Chat [Menu 5-3]
You can chat with friends through here. There are
2 chat rooms.
Before chatting, you need to go to Chat room info to
1. Create a nickname by pressing Edit.
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2. Then, input the mobile number or searching from
contact.
To start chatting [Menu 5-3-1]
1. After chat room setting, press Start new.
2. Create a nickname by pressing Edit.
3. Then, you are allowed to write message to the one
you wish to chat.
4. After finishing the writing, press Send to start
chatting.
Your phone provides the following selections when you
start to chat
• Send: Allows you to send the message you have
written.
• Use template: Allows you to insert the template in
your SMS template option.
• Insert PHB number: Allows you to insert phone
number from your contacts.
• Insert PHB name: Allows you to insert name from your
contacts.
• Input method: Allows you to change your input
method.
Your phone provides the following selections during
chatting,
! Note
If you happen to leave the chat room temporarily, you can
choose to Resume or End of chatting.
Voice mail server [Menu 5-4]
Your phone allows you to access your voice mailbox
with a quick way if your operator supports this function.
Your voice mail number will be provided by your service
provider and showed in the phone. In the Voice Mail
submenu, you can choose line 1 or 2 and options list
including:
1. Edit: Allows you to edit name & number of voice mail
line 1.
2. Connect to voice: Allows you to connect the your
voice mail box.
In standby mode, long press 1 to access your voice
mail server directly.
! Note
To use this function, you may need to enter the voice server
number obtained from your service provider.
Broadcast messages [Menu 5-5]
Your phone allows you to receive commercial message.
You can either enable or disable the receiving mode
and set some other settings based on your personal
preference.
Your phone provides the following selections:
• Receive mode: You can choose to receive or not to
receive the broadcast messages
• Read message: You can read messages by pressing
“OK” or exit the by pressing “Back”
• Languages: You can set up the languages of
broadcast message you want to receive.
• Channel setting: You can select channels from the
channel list or add new channel where you want
the messages to be received to the list. Then, select
channel(s) from the select list. You are allowed to
add, edit and delete it.
| Messaging
• Reply: Allows you to reply the message sent by the
one you chat with.
• Use number: Allows you to save the number of
chatter or number sent by chatter.
• Clear chat: Allows you to clear your conversation.
• Temp leave: Allows you to leave the chat room for
temporality.
• Quit: Allows you to quit this chart room
• Chat room info: Allows you read the chat room
information you have set.
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My stuff
In this menu, you can manage images, photos,
recordings and tones you had. There will be two
storages showed:
• Memory card
You may check files saved in your memory card
• Phone
You may check files saved in your phone
My stuff
To start view/organizing the My stuff
1. When you enter this menu, you may also see one
more drive named memory card if you have inserted
microSD card
2. Scroll to the desired folder and press Options select
options: Open, Create folder and Format.
3. Your phone provides the following options when you
select the one of those folders (Audio, Images, My
Music, Photos, Video, Received)
4. You can
• Open: Allows you to open the folder.
• Create folder: Allows you to create new folder.
• Rename: Allows you to rename the file.
• Delete: Allows you to delete the selected file.
• Sort: Allows you to sort the files by name, type, time
and size.
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Profiles
Indication Icon in the idle screen
Icon
Profile Mode
Icon
Profile Mode
General
Silent
Meeting
Headset
Outdoor
Bluetooth
Vibrate only
To activate the Profiles
1. In Profiles menu, choose a profile followed by
pressing OK.
2. Choose Activate and press OK.
| Profiles
You can set following different profiles to adapt to
different environment conditions.
Your phone provides 7 different profiles, including:
• General: Standard profile as phone defaults setting.
• Meeting: Ring volume is set to be low and key tone is
switched off.
• Outdoor: Ring and key tone volume is set to be loud.
• Vibrate only: Ring and key tone volume is set to be off
and vibrator is switched on.
• Headset: Profile for headset plug-in.
• Silent: Ring volume and vibrator is set to be off and
only LED is switched on.
• Headset: Profile for headset plug-in.
• Bluetooth: You might customize your BT profile for
various options.
To edit the Profiles
You can customize the General profile settings to meet
your preference.
1. In Profiles menu, choose a profile followed by
pressing OK.
2. Choose Customize and press OK.
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Profiles
Profiles
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Your phone provides the following selections for your
personalize option:
• Tone setup: Allows you to set ring tone depend on
your favor
• Volume: Allows you to adjust the volume of ring tone
and key tone.
• Alert type: Allows you to select different alert type
including Ring, Vibration only, Vibrate and ring,
Ring after vibrate, Light only and Beep once.
• Intelligent call alert: Allows your phone to have a
phone number pronounced before ringing.
• Ring type: Allows you to either, single, repeat or
ascending when incoming comes.
• Extra tone: Allows you to either on or off other tones.
• Answer mode: Allows you to choose the way to
answer the phone.
• Status LED: Allows you to choose enable or disable
your status LED if there is any signal.
Contacts
Your contact is saved either in the SIM card’s memory
or Phone’s memory. You can also choose to save in both
memories.
Search [Menu 8-1]
Allow you to search names and numbers saved in the
Contacts.
New contact [Menu 8-2]
| Contacts
To search a number and a name
1. In Contacts menu, key in full name or first character
of contact person’s name. The contact list will
automatically jump to the contact list with the
character you have entered or the matched contact
will be shown.
2. Select the one you wish to call by pressing S to
start making a call.
You can also press Options to change input method or
edit the selected phone number.
Your phone provides the following selections for Entry
Options:
• View: Allows you to read the contact person’s
information.
• Edit: Allows you to edit name & phone number of the
contact person.
• Delete: Allows you to delete the selected contact
person’s information.
• Copy: Allows you to copy the contact person’s
information to phone or SIM. (depend on where you
have saved the phone number)
• Move: Allows you to move the selected contact
person’s information to phone or SIM.
• Duplicate: Allows you to duplicate the selected
contact person’s information to the same memory
storage.
• Send vCard: Allows you to send vCard to the selected
contact person.
Allow you add new name and number in the Contacts.
To add a phone number and a name in Contacts
1. In Contacts menu, choose New contact, press OK.
2. Choose the storage you wish to save by selecting
To SIM or To phone and pressing OK.
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Contacts
3. Key in the name, press OK, use navigation key to
number column, key in the number.
4. You may also edit the name, home number, company
name, email address, office number, fax number,
birthday image, ring tone and caller group for
individual contact.
! Note
Your phone allows you to save 500 entries of phone
numbers.
Caller group [Menu 8-3]
Contacts
You can send a message to all members of a group at
the same time by this setting.
To add a name in a Group
1. In Contacts menu, choose Caller group, press OK.
2. Choose a Group, press OK.
3. Choose Member list, press OK.
4. Press Add, then you may choose from Contacts.
! Note
Your phone provides 5 caller groups including: Friends,
Family, VIP, Business & Others.
! Note
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You need to store contacts into phone if you want to add
contacts into Caller group function.
Your phone provides the following selections for your
option:
• Group name: Groups includes Friends, Family, VIP,
Business and Others.
• Ring tone: Allows you to set the profile of ring tone for
this particular call group.
• Pictures: Allows you to set a picture for the group.
• Status LED: Allows you to choose either turn on or off
your LED light when someone calls.
• Video: Allows you to set a video clip for the group.
• Member list: Allows you to add a member in the
specified group.
Speed dial [Menu 8-4]
If you assign the number to one of the speed dialing
keys (from 2 to 9) saved in the Contacts, you
can call the phone number by long pressing the key in
standby mode.
1. In Contacts menu, Choose Speed dial from Phone
submenu.
2. Turn on the Speed dial from Enable speed dial option.
Select Set number and press OK to edit the number
from your contact lists.
My vCard [Menu 8-5]
Delete [Menu 8-8]
Allows you edit your personal vCard saved in the
handset
1. Edit my vCard: Enter the submenu, and you may input
your vCard information
2. Send my vCard: Allows you to send your vCard via
SMS, MMS or file transfer.
Your phone allows you to delete all numbers and names
stored in the contacts.
1. In Contact menu, select Delete.
2. Choose All Phone, All SIM or One by One, press OK.
Extra number [Menu 8-6]
! Note
Your service provider may program some special phone
numbers into your SIM. It is not possible to modify the
Service dial numbers if doesn’t support.
Copy [Menu 8-7]
You can copy and transfer your phone data from SIM to
your phone (or from phone to SIM).
1. In Contacts menu, select Copy.
2. Choose All from SIM, All from phone or One by one,
and press OK.
Your phone allows you to move all numbers and names
stored in the contacts.
1. In Contacts menu, select Delete.
2. Choose All from phone, All from SIM or One by one,
press OK.
Settings [Menu 8-0]
| Contacts
Allows you to edit owner number, service dial number
and SOS number for your personal preference.
Move [Menu 8-9]
Your phone provides you various setting options to
personalize your phone, including,
1. Caller picture: Allows you to use your friend’s photo
or any other picture as his/her picture ID when
calling.
2. Caller ring tone: Allows you to personalize the
incoming ring tone for specific person or caller group
in your contact list.
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Contacts
Contacts
3. Caller video: Allows you to use certain video clip for
specific person in your contact list.
4. Memory status: You can check what percentage of
the phone’s internal memory is unoccupied and how
many name and number entries can still be stored in
SIM card’s and Phone’s memory.
5. Preferred storage: You can choose your preferred
storage in phone, SIM or both.
6. Fields: You may customize the contact information
you want to show on your display.
7. Human voice prompt: Your phone designed to able to
play human voice for 0~9, * and # keys.
You can choose either turn on or off the human voice
keypad tone.
! Note
You could get PC suite tool via www.wowlg.com. PC suite
tool could let you to manage your contact lists stored in
mobile and SIM
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Tools
Alarm [Menu 9-1]
World clock [Menu 9-2]
You can pick up the city simply using left and right key
of Navigator. When the cross point out certain city, it
will show the local date and time. Also, you may press
Options to turn on/off Daylight saving time for foreign
and Set as the home city you have selected in the
pervious menu.
Home city in Time & Date sub menu of Settings will be also
changed according to your setting in this function.
Calculator [Menu 9-3]
The calculator performs simple mathematical functions
such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and
division.
To use the calculator
• In Tools menu, choose Calculator and press OK
Your phone provides the following compose mappings
for your option:
• Four way key Up: + (Addition)
• Four way key Down: – (Subtraction)
• Four way key Left: x (Multiplication)
• Four way Right: ÷ (Division)
• Numeric # key: . (Point)
• Numeric * key: - (Negative)
• Press OK to get the result.
| Tools
This function allows you to set the alarm to ring at the
time specified. The alarm clock works even when the
phone is switched off.
1. In Tools menu, choose Alarm and press OK.
2. You may input at most 3 sets of alarm time and select
one time to edit.
3. You can set your alarm time by scrolling navigation
key for AM/PM and numeric key for time.
4. You can choose the schedule of the alarm such
Once/Everyday/Day with your ringing mode followed
by pressing OK.
5. You can also customize the ring type from ring tone or
MP3 songs saved in your phone or memory card.
! Note
! Note
This calculator has a limited accuracy so rounding errors
may occur especially in long divisions.
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Tools
Unit converter [Menu 9-4]
Health [Menu 9-6]
This feature helps you to either convert the weight or
length in different unit.
With Weight converter, you can convert Kg units into
Pound or Ounce units.
With Length converter, you can have the following
options:
• Km units expressed in Mile units
• Meter units expressed in Yard or Foot units.
• Cm units expressed in Inch units.
After enter the amount to be converted, press “OK” to
find out the result.
There are two features in healthy option, which are BMI
and Menstrual.
Tools
Currency Converter [Menu 9-5]
This feature helps you to convert the currency in
different rate you have entered. Within Currency
converter, you can input the exchange rate and press
“OK” to convert Local to Foreign currency.
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! Note
• BMI helps to calculate your body fat to check see if you
are in normal range or too fat.
• Menstrual helps to calculate lady’s period schedule.
BMI (Body Mass Index)
This function helps to calculate your body fat in relation
to your height and weight.
To calculate the BMI value process, you will need
1. Select your gender by using navigation key.
2. Enter your height in centimeters and weight in kilos by
using the numeric keys and press “OK”.
3. Finally, your BMI ratio value is calculated and the
result is displayed
Menstrual
STK [Menu 9-7]
This feature helps to calculate lady’s menstrual cycle
and provide the information including:
• Probability of becoming pregnant on the current date
• Period during which it is possible to become pregnant
date of next period.
To check the menstrual cycle, you will need
1. Enter the starting date of the last period
2. Enter the average length of the menstrual cycle
follow by pressing “OK” key.
3. To get detail information, select one of the highlighted
date and press OK to display pregnant probability.
In addition to the functions available in the phone, your
service provider may offer additional applications such
as weather or stock market information via the SIM
card.
The result may not fit to your physical condition. This is only
reference!
In Tools menu, choose STK, press Select
! Note
For availability, you need to register for the services from
your service provider.
! Note
Accessing these services may involve sending an SMS for
which you may be charged.
| Tools
! Note
To set the STK service
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Browser
Service describe in the following are supported by your
service provider. If you cannot connect either one of
those services, you might contact with your service
provider for further information.
WAP [Menu *-1]
Your phones support Web Browser. You can obtain
various services such as up-to date news, weather,
sport, and other information as well as use e-mail and
other Internet services. These services are designed
and maintained by WAP service providers.
The WAP service use Wireless Markup Language
(WML) on their WAP pages. You may not view the
Internet web pages on your phone.
Browser
! Note
To activate WAP service, you may need to contact your
service provider.
! Note
Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is
prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.
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Homepage [Menu *-1-1]
To access the browser from the standby mode, go to
WAP in Service and press Homepage. Once connected,
the homepage is displayed. The content depends on the
service provider.
To exit the browser, press S key.
Bookmarks [Menu *-1-2]
You can use this menu to save URL addresses to quick
access a website.
Your phone also provides you for the following
selections for your option.
• Goto: Allows you to link the website.
• Edit: Allows you to edit URL address.
• Delete: Allows you to delete the selected bookmark.
• Delete all: Allows you to delete all bookmarks at once.
• Add bookmark: Allows you to add URL address.
Recent pages [Menu *-1-3]
You can view the recent pages you have visited. Press
Goto to connect the selected page.
Enter address [Menu *-1-4]
You can key in the URL address and enter the address
followed by selecting Done. Your phone will connect the
URL you just keyed in. After the address is entered, you
may select the URL and press OK to connect next time.
Service inbox [Menu *-1-5]
Settings [Menu *-1-6]
GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) is a technology
that use for sending and receiving data over the mobile
network. The applications that use GPRS are WAP
services, MMS and SMS messaging and GPRS dial-up
(such as Internet and e-mail). You can set the phone
to automatically register to a GPRS network when you
switch the phone on.
| Browser
Your phone is able to receive service message sent
by your service provider. Service messages are
notifications of headlines or content, and they may
contain address of a WAP service. You can get updated
news or new WAP settings from your service provider.
The received WAP push message will be stored in the
service inbox. You can press Options to either Accept or
Delete the push message(s).
WAP setting
• If the settings have made by the service provider, you
may begin immediately.
• If access profiles have assigned by your service
provider, select a profile and activate it.
• Otherwise you may key in setting manually. For
appropriate settings, contact your network operator
or service provider.
Key in the service settings manually
1. In WAP menu, choose Edit profile in Settings, and
then press OK.
2. Choose a profile, press OK, choose Edit profile, press
Edit to start setting.
You need to key in the information in Homepage, Data
account, Username, Password and IP address in your
phone. To get the information, you may need to contact
your operator.
! Note
In most cases, you only need to use one of the default
profiles to access the Internet. The settings are different
from operator to operator. Please consult your operator or
service provider for the correct settings and proceed with
care. Wrong settings will cause the connection to fail.
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Browser
Activate WAP settings
Clear cookies
After you complete all WAP settings (see WAP settings
function), in WAP Profile mode, please choose Activate
profile, and then press OK.
Under the consideration of privacy and security issue,
we would suggest you to clear cookies which may
contain sensitive information just in case your phone is
misplaced, lost or stolen.
Browser options
You can set the timeout value for the browser. The
purpose is to stop the browser connecting the website
if the website does not respond within the timeout.
Also, you can choose either On or Off the image while
browsing.
Service message settings
Browser
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You can choose either receive or not receive the
service message which would be saved in the service
inbox sent by your service provider.
Clear cache
The information or date you have accessed are all
stored in the cache of the phone. A cache is a file buffer
used to store date only temporarily. You can clear the
history by selecting this option.
Trusted certificates
This function is to indicate your trusted certificate when
browsing and also adding the trust list into the browser
if needed.
Data account [Menu *-2]
Default data accounts based on major operators at the
time this phone is manufactured are provide.
You can access WAP via GSM or GPRS.
• To get the analogue number or ISDN number
information, you may need to contact your operator
for the service.
• To get the access point of GPRS, you may need to
contact your operator for the service.
GSM data
Press Edit to change the data account settings,
including: Account name, Number, User name,
Password, Line type, Speed and DNS.
GPRS
Press Edit to change the data account settings,
including: Account name, APN, User name, Password
and Auth. type.
| Browser
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Connectivity
Functions in the submenu allow you to have connection
between phone and other devices.
Bluetooth [Menu 0-1]
Your phone is designed compliant with Bluetooth
technology v1.2. Bluetooth technology enables wireless
connection between electronic devices. The Bluetooth
connection can be used to send images, video, texts
and vCard.
! Note
Your phone support Bluetooth profiles includes HSP
(Headset-free), HFP (Hands-free), SPP (Serial port), DUN
(Dial-up networking & FTP (File Transfer Profile).).
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To start using Bluetooth technology
You will need to set up the Bluetooth connectivity with
the device when first time using. After setting, you will
be allowed to use Bluetooth by connecting w/certain
device. Whenever your Bluetooth connectivity is
power on, the status bar will show . represents
connected w/ device and visible by others;
transparent icon represents invisible when someone
tries to detect BT device.
To pair w/BT headset
1. In Connectivity menu, select Bluetooth by pressing
OK.
2. You will have to power on the Bluetooth connectivity
of your phone and the device you wish to connect
first.
3. After turning on, press Inquiry audio device. Your
phone will automatically search and pair the device.
4. Whenever your phone is connected with the device,
there will be a pop-up the message to notify you.
5. Press Bond to pair your phone w/ the headset.
6. Then, you might add the BT headset to trust list and
connect the headset by press Yes.
! Note
Before using the BT headset, please make sure your device
has been full charged.
! Note
The BT headset added to trust list would be shown in My
device list. In the future, if you wish to connect you mobile
phone with certain BT headset, you can select from My
device list for connection.
! Note
All active devices you have connected will be shown in
Active device.
To use your mobile phone as modem
Your phone can be used as modem for dialing up
network. This function can only be used by PC
supported Bluetooth technology. You will need to check
with your service provider for setting.
To send data using Bluetooth connectivity
1. Select object your wish to send.
2. Press Option and select Forward.
3. Choose To Bluetooth, then your phone will search
device.
4. Select the device you would like to share following by
sending action.
To receive data using Bluetooth connectivity
When you receive data through Bluetooth, notify
message will be pop-up for asking if you are willing to
accept. If you decided to receive the message, press
OK and the data will be saved in Received folder of My
Stuffs.
| Connectivity
To connect w/ BT headset
1. In Connectivity menu, select Bluetooth by pressing
OK.
2. Go to My device and select the BT headset you wish
to connect.
3. Press Options and select Connect.
4. After connecting the BT headset, your phone will ask
you which profile you wish to connect (it will depend
on how many profiles your BT headset supported).
Your options list in My device including:
• Connect: Allows you to connect the device supporting
BT technology.
• Rename: Allows you to rename the device’s name.
• Delete: Allows you to delete the selected items in your
trust list.
• Delete all: Allows you to delete all items in your trust
list.
• Service list: Allows you to check the profiles
supported by devices you have added into your trust
list.
• Inquire new device: Allows you to inquire new
device(s).
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Connectivity
Connectivity
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You can also change your received data location
through Setting ➝ FTP Settings. In there, you can
1. customized the Shared folder location
2. adjust Access right which including Full control or
Read only.
! Note
To receive data from PC
Your phone allows you to transfer the file from PC.
Please follow the instruction showed on your PC.
Network [Menu 0-2]
To setup your BT technology
Your setting list including:
• Visibility: You may choose to turn on or off the visibility
of your phone when other devices are trying to search
devices supported BT technology.
• Change device name: You can change your device
which is your phone’s name displayed in other device.
• Authentication: When other device is trying to pair
your phone, it will always need your authorization to
connect it.
• Audio path: This function helps you to set if you wish
to leave your audio path in phone or BT headset.
• FTP settings: You can customize the shared folder and
access right of your phone.
Your phone provides you 3 selections for your network
connectivity.
• New search: You can always refresh your network
connectivity before using network.
• Select network: Your phone will list down the network
list for your selection if you select Manual mode.
• Selection mode: The function enables you to make
operator selection by manual or automatically.
• Select Automatic mode, the phone automatically
selects one of the cellular networks available in your
area and then press OK.
• In Manual mode, the phone will show a list of
available networks and you can select the desired
network if this network has a roaming agreement with
your home network operator.
Operating your phone in invisible mode is a safer way to
avoid malicious software. Do not accept BT connectivity
from sources you do not trust.
Network selection [Menu 0-2-1]
Preferred networks [Menu 0-2-2]
GPRS connection [Menu 0-2-3]
| Connectivity
The Preferred networks is used when the mode has
been set to Automatic. The location numbers in the
preferred network list show the search priority PUK
code.
Your service provider’s network will be shown in the
display. This feature helps you to select your GSM/
GPRS network if your service provider does provide
more than one network choice. However, please make
sure you have applied the international roaming service
when you are traveling aboard.
Your phone provides the following options:
• Add from list: Allows you to add network list selecting
from over 300 networks in the worlds.
• Create new: Allows you to create new network list by
entering MCC/MNC and adjust the priority.
• Change priority: Allows you to change the priority of
your preferred network list.
• Delete: Allows you to delete the select item.
The handset can change GPRS connection status,
“When need / Always”, by press OK to switch.
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Settings
Time & Date [Menu #-1]
This function allows you to set your home city, view and
change the time and date set in your phone. You can
also choose to auto update the date and time.
Set home city
Your phone provides you over 50 major cities in the
worlds.
1. In Settings menu, choose Time & Date, press OK.
2. Select “Set home city”, press OK.
3. All major cities are listed in the phone. You may use
navigation keys to scroll up/down for your selection.
Or, pressing first character of home city you wish to
find by numeric key for quick search.
4. After finding your home city, press OK to back Time &
Date submenu.
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Set time & date
1. In Settings menu, choose Time & Date, press Select.
2. Set time & date by using navigation and numeric keys
followed by press OK.
3. You can choose turn on/off daylight saving.
4. After finish, press OK to back Time & Date submenu.
Set time format
1. In Settings menu, choose Time & Date, press OK.
2. Choose Set format, press OK.
3. You could set Time and Date format as you wish.
After finish, press OK.
Auto update
This function is to set the phone for updating the time
and date automatically according to the current time
zone.
1. In Time & Date sub menu in Settings, choose Auto
update, press OK.
2. Select On or Off to have the auto update function.
3. Finally, choose Yes to confirm the request.
! Note
Auto update of date and time does not change the time you
have set for the alarm clock, calendar or the alarm notes.
They are in local time. Updating may cause some alarms you
have set to expire.
Display [Menu #-2]
This feature allows you to personalize your display
setting by following options:
• Wallpaper: To allow you to change wallpaper showed
on idle screen.
1. In Settings menu, choose Display, press OK.
2. Choose Wallpaper, press OK.
3. Choose System or User define, press OK.
4. Choose wallpaper, press View, press OK to select as
wallpaper.
• Screen saver: To allow you to play different screen
saver.
2. After setting, you may select the screen saver either
from System or User define. The operation press is the
same as Wallpaper display setting.
• Power on/off display: This phone allows you to set
the power-on/off animation from system, My Stuffs
or disable animation. The support format will be
MP4/3GP.
Phone [Menu #-3]
Language [Menu #-3-1]
This phone allows you to set a language for the display
in this phone.
1. In Phone menu, choose Language, press OK,
2. Choose a language, press OK.
! Note
| Settings
1. You customize the screen saver’s setting with the
option of turning on or off the screen saver and waiting
time from 5 sec to 1 min. when active the screen saver.
• LCD backlight: Allows you to adjust LCD’s brightness
and time of turning dark.
• Show date and time: Allows you to show or not to
show the date and time in the idle screen.
• Show owner number: Allows you to enable/disable
your phone number showed in the idle screen.
• Show operator name: Allows you to choose either
show or not to show your operator’s name in the idle
screen.
Option of Automatic will depend on your service provider
and languages supported by your phone. If you select
Automatic, your phone will auto detect the language
supported by your SIM and phone.
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Settings
Greeting text [Menu #-3-2]
Misc setting [Menu #-3-5]
This function allows you to display the message when
you power on the phone. You may edit any message for
your welcome note.
This function allows you to disable the system LED
indicator if there is any signal received.
Shortcuts [Menu #-3-3]
Call (Network dependent) [Menu #-4]
This function allows you to edit your shortcut list since it
is one of your dedicated keys.
Caller ID [Menu #-4-1]
Flight mode [Menu #-3-4]
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This function allows you to play the music player during
flight if you switch the mode to Flight Mode instead of
Normal Mode. You will be able to listen only the music.
• Normal mode: GSM/GPRS network works and you
can make a call.
• Flight mode: GSM/GPRS will be disabled for security
reason and you can use only phone music player.
• Query when power on: You will need to select either
Normal or Flight mode whenever power on your
phone.
This function allows you to either send or hide your ID
during calling or sending out the message. By default
your phone is set in Set by network which means your
ID is determined by your service provider.
Call waiting [Menu #-4-2]
This network service enables you to be informed when
someone is trying to reach you during another call.
1. In Settings menu, choose Call, press OK.
2. Choose Call waiting, press OK, choose Activate or
Deactivate, and press OK.
3. Select Query status may allow to you see this
function is activated or deactivated.
Call baring [Menu #-4-4]
You can set the call condition by which calls are
diverted to another numbers.
To Set call divert
1. In Settings menu, choose Call, press OK.
2. Choose Call divert, press OK, choose an item, press
OK.
3. Choose Activate, press OK.
4. Enter the number you want to be diverted, press OK.
Your phone provides the following divert selections for
your option:
• Divert all voice calls: All voice calls are diverted.
• Divert if unreachable: Calls are diverted when you not
in a location covered by your service provider.
• Divert if no answer: Calls are diverted when the call is
not answered.
• Divert if busy: Calls are diverted when your phone is
engaged on other calls.
• Divert all data calls: All data calls are diverted.
• Cancel all diverts: Cancel the above settings.
This network service allows you to restrict incoming
calls and outgoing calls from your phone. A barring
password is required for using this function.
• Outgoing calls: To bar All calls/International calls/
International call except home
• Incoming calls: To bar All calls/all call when roaming
• Cancel all: To cancel all the bar call setting (you will
need to enter the barring password).
• Change barring password: To set barring call, you are
asked to input your barring call password. This menu
enables you to change your barring call password.
To know the default password setting, please contact
your service operator.
Line switching [Menu #-4-5]
This is a network service to select phone line 1 or 2 that
is subscriber number for making calls within ALS (auto
line switching) setup submenu.
| Settings
Call divert [Menu #-4-3]
! Notice
If you select Line 2 but not subscribe this networks service,
you will not be able to make a call. However, calls on both
lines can be answered regardless of the selected line.
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Settings
Call reminder [Menu #-4-6]
Auto redial [Menu #-4-8]
This function allows you to set a time reminder during
a call.
1. In Settings menu, press OK. Then, choose Call,
press OK.
2. Choose Call reminder, press OK.
3. Choose an item, press OK.
Your phone provides the following time alert selections
for your option:
• Off
• Single
• Periodic
This function allows you to set auto redial. Select On
and your phone will make a maximum of ten attempts to
connect the call after an unsuccessful call attempt.
! Notice
The minimum time of Periodic is 30 seconds at least.
Settings
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Call time display [Menu #-4-7]
This function allows you to enable/disable the call time
shown on display.
Closed user group [Menu #-4-9]
This function allows you to set the limited call group.
Only the persons in the specific group are allowed to
make and receive the calls.
Security [Menu #-5]
SIM lock [Menu #-5-1]
This function allows you to lock the phone with a
specific SIM card. The feature is designed to prevent
the use of your phone by means of another person’s
SIM cards if your phone becomes lost.
You can switch on or off to activate the PIN lock
function.
Phone lock [Menu #-5-2]
Change password [Menu #-5-6]
This function allows you to lock or unlock your phone
for protection purpose. You need to enter the password
during unlock the phone.
The default password is “0000”.
• PIN: This allows you to change the PIN number.
• PIN2: This allows you to change the PIN2 number.
• Phone lock: This allows you to change the password.
Auto keypad lock [Menu #-5-3]
Restore factory settings [Menu #-6]
This allows you to lock the phone’s keypad to prevent
accidental key pressed.
In submenu, select the time that after the last key press
will be disabled, then press OK.
This function allows you to reset the entire phone
setting to the original setting when it is produced. The
security code is needed to access.
Fixed dial [Menu #-5-4]
Barred dial [Menu #-5-5]
You can switch the mode on and off to have a restricted
call. However, you need to check if your SIM supports
this function or not.
| Settings
This function dials only the numbers in the fixed dialing
number (FDN). To save and edit numbers on the list, you
need the PIN2 code.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
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Problem
Possible Corrective measures
Telephone cannot be switched on
Please take out and insert the battery once again then press
E power on.
Battery empty
Charge battery. Check charging indicator in the display.
The battery doesn’t charge properly or the phone
sometimes turns itself off
Wipe the charging contacts of both phone and battery with
a clear soft cloth.
Usage time of battery becomes shorter
battery charge time is shorter, it may be due to the user
environment, or large volume of calls, or weak signals.
Charging error – Temperature out of range
Make sure the ambient temperature is right, wait for a
while, and charge it again.
Charging error – Wrong charger
Only use original LG accessories.
Charging error – Battery defective
Replace battery.
Charging error – No battery icon appears when
charging
The battery is empty or has not been used for a long time.
It may take a while before the battery icon appears on the
screen.
Forget the phone code or password
The default phone code is “0000”.
Enter PUK
The PIN code has been entered incorrectly three times in
succession, and the phone is now blocked. Enter the PUK
supplied by your service provider.
Possible Corrective measures
Phone loses network
The network connection has been lost. You may be in a
weak signal area. Move and try again. You are trying to
access an option for which you have no subscription with
your service provider. Contact the service provider for
further detail.
You have entered a number but it was not dialed
Be sure that you have pressed S.
Be sure that you have accessed the right network service.
Be sure that you have not set an outgoing call barring
option.
Be sure that you have entered the area code.
Your correspondent cannot reach you
Be sure that your phone is switched on. Press S for
more than one second. Be sure that you are accessing the
network service. Be sure that you have not set an incoming
call barring option.
Your correspondent cannot hear you speaking
Be sure that you have switched off the loudspeaker. Be sure
that you are holding the phone close enough to your mouth.
The microphone is located at the bottom of the phone.
The audio quality of the call is poor
Check the signal strength indicator on the display . The
number of bars indicates the signal strength. If you are in a
building try to move closer to window side.
Troubleshooting |
Problem
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
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Problem
Possible Corrective measures
No number is dialled when you recall a Contacts
entry
Use the Contacts/Search feature to ensure the number has
been stored correctly. Resave the number, if necessary.
Cannot use the Internet/WAP
Your subscription does not include data capability. You will
need to contact your service provider to apply the service.
Cannot use MMS/picture messages on your phone
Your subscription does not include data capability. You will
need to contact your service provider to apply the service.
If the above guidelines do not help you to solve the
problem
Take note of the model number of your mobile phone and a
clear description of the problem. Contact your phone dealer
or LG Service Center for help.
Emergency calls
Important:
This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio signals, wireless and landline networks as well as user
programmed functions. Because of this, connections in all conditions cannot be guaranteed. Therefore, you should
never rely solely upon any wireless phone for essential communications (e.g. medical emergencies)
Emergency calls may not be possible on all wireless phone networks or when certain network services and/or phone
features are in use. Check with local service provider.
Emergency calls |
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Accessories
There are various accessories for your mobile phone.
You can select these options according to your personal communication requirements.
Standard Battery
Travel Adapter
This charger allows you to
charge the Phone’s battery.
Headset
Allows hands free operation.
Data cable
You can connect your phone to PC to
exchange the data between them.
Accessories
! 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 enquires.
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Technical data
General
Product name : KG300
System : GSM 900/ DCS 1800/ PCS 1900
Ambient temperatures
Max : +55°C
Min : -10°C
Technical data |
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that the product mentioned above to which this
declaration relates complies with the above mentioned
standards and Directives
Declaration
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Supplementary Information
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13.June. 2006
Issued Date
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Name
EN 301 511 V9.0.2
EN 300 328 V 1.6.1
EN 301 489-01 v1.6.1 / EN 301 489-07 v1.2.1 / EN 301 489-17 v.1.2.1
EN 50360 : 2001 / EN 50361 : 2001
EN 60950-1 : 2001
R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
Applicable Standards Details
LG
Trade Name
KG300
Model Name
Tri – band E-GSM 900/ DCS 1800/PCS1900 Cellular Mobile Radio with bluetooth
Product Name
Product Details
: LG Twin Tower 20,Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu Seoul, Korea 150-721
Address
LG Electronics Inc
Name
Suppliers Details
LG Electronics
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