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LG-A290
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P/N : MFL67450004 (1.0)
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Disposal of your old appliance
1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a
product it means the product is covered by the e-waste
(Management and Handling) Rules, 2011.
2. All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of
separately from the municipal waste stream via designated
collection facilities appointed by the government or the local
authorities.
3. The correct disposal of your old appliance will help prevent
potential negative consequences for the environment and human
health.
4. For more detailed information about disposal of your old
appliance, please contact your city office, waste disposal service
or the shop where you purchased the product.
5. This product does not contain any of the hazardous substances
as specified in the rule 13 (1) and (2) of the e-waste
(Management and Handling) Rules, 2011.
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English
LG-A290 User Guide
This guide will help you understand your new mobile phone.
It will provide you with useful explanations of features on your
phone.
Some of the contents in this manual may differ from your phone
depending on the software of the phone or your service provider.
Product Registration Program
Dear LG Mobile customer,
You are entitled for one year warranty on this model.
For automatic registration, One SMS containing the IMEI no. of your phone
will be automatically sent to LG servers.
In return you will get one year warranty from the date of purchase at any
authorized LG Mobile Service center.
We assure you the information will be kept confidential and used for
internal purpose only.
LG Electronics India Pvt. Ltd. does not have any revenue sharing with any
cellphone operators for proceeds from SMS of automatic registration.
Contents
Getting to know your phone ..7
Installing the SIM Card and
Charging the Battery ..............9
Menu Tree.............................10
Calls......................................11
Making a call .....................11
Making a call from your
contacts ............................11
Answering and rejecting
a call .................................11
Using the speakerphone.....12
Speed dialling ....................12
Viewing your call logs ........12
Changing the call settings ..12
Contacts ...............................13
Searching for a contact ......13
Adding a new contact ........13
Adding a contact to
a group .............................14
Messaging ............................14
Sending a message ...........14
Entering text ......................15
T9 mode ...........................15
Using the T9 Mode ............15
Abc mode..........................16
123 mode ........................16
Inserting symbols ...............16
Changing the language ......16
Message folders ................16
E-mail ...................................18
Setting up your e-mail........18
Sending an e-mail using
your new account ..............18
Schedule SMS ...................18
Camera .................................18
Taking a quick photo ..........18
Video camera .......................19
Shooting a quick video .......19
Media Player ........................19
Playing a song ...................19
FM radio ...............................20
Searching for stations ........20
Listening to the radio .........20
Recording your radio ..........20
Voice recorder ......................21
Recording your voice
memo ...............................21
Gallery ..................................21
Secret Box .........................21
Applications..........................21
Organizer ..............................22
Setting your alarm .............22
Using the calendar .............22
Adding an item to your
to do list ...........................22
Adding a note ....................22
Adding a city to your world
time ..................................22
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Using your calculator..........22
Converting a unit ...............22
Using the stopwatch ..........23
Shortcuts ..........................23
Torch .................................23
Internet .................................23
Accessing the internet
browser .............................23
Settings ................................23
Switching your SIM cards ...23
Activating SIM cards ..........23
Setting ringtones ..............24
Changing your display
settings ............................24
Changing your date & time 24
Changing your connectivity
settings .............................24
Changing your Bluetooth
settings .............................24
Pairing with another
Bluetooth device ................25
Changing your phone
settings ............................26
Changing your security
settings ............................27
Resetting your phone .........27
SOS mode ........................27
Installing LG PC Suite
on your computer ..............28
Phone Software update ..........28
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Guidelines for Safe and
Efficient Use .........................29
Accessories ..........................36
Technical Data......................37
Troubleshooting....................38
Getting to know your phone
Torch
Main screen
Headset
Soft keys
Each of these
keys performs
the functions
indicated by the
text on the display
immediately above
them.
Navigation keys
Use for quick
access to phone
functions.
OK key
Selects menu
options and
confirms actions.
Call key
Dials a phone
number and
answers incoming
calls.
End/Power key
• Ends or rejects
a call.
• Returns to the
home screen
when you use the
menu.
• Long Press to Turn
On/Off.
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Charger /
USB Cable
connector
Installing a memory card
Remove the Back cover and
insert a micro SD card with
the golden contact area
facing Upwards as shown in
the diagram.To remove the
memory card, gently push it.
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SIM Switch Key
SIM Switch Key
is used to switch
between 3 SIM
cards (Contacts,
Messages, MMS,
Call Logs)
Note: A memory card is an
optional accessory.
Formatting the memory
card
From your home screen, Press
Menu and select Gallery,
Select External Memory and
From Options choose Format
and insert Phone Password to
format the memory card.
WARNING: When you format
your memory card, all the
content will be Erased. If you
do not want to lose the data
on your memory card, take a
backup first.
Installing the SIM Card and Charging the Battery
Installing the SIM Card
When you subscribe to a
cellular network, you are
provided with a SIM card
loaded with your subscription
details, such as your PIN, any
optional services available and
many others.
Important!
› The SIM card can be easily
damaged by scratches
or bending, so be careful
when handling, inserting or
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4
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removing the card. Keep all
SIM cards out of the reach of
small children.
› only 2G/2.5G SIM supported
Illustrations
1. Open back cover.
2. Remove the battery.
3. Insert your SIM Cards.
4. Insert your battery.
5. Close the back cover.
6. Charge your battery.
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WARNING: Do not remove the battery when the phone is switched
on, as this may damage the phone.
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Menu Tree
1. Gallery
2. Contacts
Add new contact
3. Logs
All calls
Missed calls
Received calls
Dialled calls
Call duration
Text msg. counter
Data information
4. Multimedia
Camera
Image viewer
Video camera
Media player
Photo editor
Voice recorder
FM radio
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5. Messaging
Write message
Inbox
Drafts
Outbox
Sent messages
Archive
Schedule SMS
Email
Broadcast messages
Templates
Message settings
SOS Message
6. Organizer
Alarm clock
Calendar
To-do list
Notes
Calculator
Stopwatch
Converter
World time
Shortcuts
Torch
SIM1 Toolkit
SIM2 Toolkit
SIM3 Toolkit
7. Applications
Nimbuzz
NewsHunt
LG Entertainment Portal
Opera Mini
My games
Settings
8. Internet
Internet service
Licence manager
9. Settings
Triple SIM switch
Tri SIM
Profiles
Display
Date & time
Connectivity
Call
Phone
Network
Security
Restore factory settings
Turning Your Phone On
and Off
You can power the phone on
and off by pressing and holding
the power key.
Lock/Unlock Your Keypad
To lock, press Menu (LSK) in
main screen and then press
Key lock (RSK).
To Unlock, press Unlock(LSK)
and then press Yes(RSK).
Calls
Making a call
1. Key in the number using
the keypad. To delete a digit
press Clear.
2. Press
to initiate the call.
.
3. To end the call, press
TIP! To enter + when making
an international call, press and
hold 0.
TIP! To control the volume
during a call, press the up and
down navigation keys.
TIP! You can record your
conversation during a call.
Press Options and select Voice
recorder.
Making a call from your
contacts
1. Select Contacts from the
home screen.
2. Using the keypad, enter the
first letter of the contact you
want to call.
3. Press
to initiate the call.
TIP! To scroll through your
contacts, use the up and down
navigation keys.
TIP! You can make a call from
any of the three SIM cards, by
selecting SIM Switching Key.
Answering and rejecting
a call
When your phone rings, press
to answer the call.
While your phone is ringing,
select Silent to mute the
ringing.
This is useful if you have
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forgotten to change your profile
to Silent for a meeting.
Press
or select Reject to
reject the incoming call.
TIP! You can change the
settings on your phone to
answer your calls in different
ways. Press Menu, select
Settings and choose Call. Select
Advanced settings then select
Answer mode and choose from
Any key, Auto answer when
headset mode.
Using the speakerphone
During a call, you can activate
speakerphone by pressing RSK
(H-Free) and you can use the
handset in hands-free mode.
If the speakerphone is active,
press RSK (H-Held) again
to resume normal handset
conversation mode.
Speed dialling
Press Menu and select Contacts
> Options > Phonebook
settings, then choose Speed
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dial. Assign contacts to any keys
between 5 and 8.
Speed dial 1 is set to your voice
mail, 9 key is set to SOS mode
and 2,3 & 4 keys are assigned to
Speed SIM Budget. so you can
not change these keys.
TIP! Speed SIM budget is the
function that is easy way for
checking SIM budget. If you
register Speed SIM budget, you
can get the information of SIM
budget by long press of ‘2’ / ‘3’ /
‘4’ in idle screen.
Note : To activate Speed dial ,
status should be On (Speed dial
> Status)
Viewing your call logs
Press
to view your missed,
received and dialled call logs.
Changing the call settings
You can set the menu relevant
to a call. Press Menu, select
Settings and choose Call.
Advanced settings Blacklist - This menu shows you
the phone numbers of person
you have chosen to reject.
You can add the new number
in Blacklist numbers. The
incoming calls received from
the Blacklist numbers will be
automatically rejected.
Cost save mode - Every contact
is added along with assigned
SIM when adding in phone
book. During Calling, matching
operator SIM is identified and
the operation is completed
using the matching operator
SIM. This makes possible to
use benefit from using same
operator.
To use Cost save mode feature,
make sure the feature is On
[Settings -> Call -> Advanced
settings -> Cost save mode]
Note: Cost save mode doesn’t
work during in-call.
Fake call: You can set a fake
incoming call which will come
after specific time
Note: Fake call can be activated
or deactivated from idle screen
using shortcut code #*#.
Contacts
Searching for a contact
1. Select Contacts from the
home screen.
2. Using the keypad enter the
first letter of the contact you
want to call.
3. To scroll through the
contacts.
Adding a new contact
1. Select Contacts from the
home screen. Select Add
new contact.
2. Enter the first and last name
of your new contact.
3. Enter the number and select
Options then choose Save.
TIP! Assign SIM field is used to
assign the Contact to Default
SIM/SIM1/SIM2/SIM3. Call will
be originated via assigned SIM
for the Contact when Cost Save
mode is ON.
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Adding a contact to a
group
You can save your contacts
into groups, for example,
keeping your work colleagues
and family separate. To make
a group press Option from the
Contacts menu. And select
Caller groups. You can set the
Group name, Group picture,
Group ringtone in Add new
group.
TIP! LG Customer Care
number is available by
default in Contact list (1800180-9999)
Messaging
Sending a message
1. Press Menu, select
Messaging, and choose Write
message to send an SMS or
MMS.
2. A new message editor will
open. The message editor
combines text message
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and multimedia messages
into one intuitive and easy
to switch between editor.
The default setting of the
message editor is text
message.
3. Enter your message using
either the T9 predictive
mode or Abc manual mode
or 123 mode. You can switch
text input modes by pressing
the
key.
4. If you want to add some
images or videos etc, select
Options and choose Add
Picture, Add sound, Add
video, Add subject.
5. Select Enter recipient or Add
from Phonebook. You can
even add multiple contacts by
marking the contacts.
Note: Message can be sent to
a group also. Edit the message
then press send and select Add
from phonebook. Navigate to
the right to select caller groups
and select the group you want.
6. Press
Send to send the
message.
TIP! User can send SMS to
Many recipients by selecting
‘Add from Phonebook‘ from
Send to option. User can select
Maximum 20 contacts from
the list. User Can send SMS to
groups by selecting Group icon
by pressing right navigation
key .
TIP! You can select your
message type as SMS or
MMS when you enter text by
pressing Options > Switch to
MMS/SMS.
WARNING: Image, Video clip,
Sound clip, Schedule, Business
card, Text field or Subject is
added to the message editor, it
will be automatically converted
to MMS mode and you will be
charged accordingly.
Entering text
You can enter alphanumeric
characters using the phone’s
keypad. The following text
input methods are available in
the phone: T9 mode, Abc mode
and 123 mode.
To change modes, press the
key.
Note: Some fields may allow
only one text input mode (e.g.
telephone number in address
book fields).
T9 mode
T9 mode uses a built-in
dictionary to recognise words
you’re writing based on the
key sequences you press.
Simply press the number key
associated with the letter
you want to enter, and the
dictionary will recognise the
word once all the letters are
entered.
Using the T9 Mode
1. When you are in the T9
predictive text input mode,
start entering a word by
pressing keys
to
.
Press one key per letter.
- If the word is still incorrect
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after typing completely,
press the right & left
navigation key to scroll
through the other word
options.
- If the desired word is
missing from the word
choices list, add it by using
the Abc mode.
2. Enter the whole word.
- To delete letters, press Clear.
- Complete each word with
a space by pressing the
key.
Abc mode
This mode allows you to enter
letters by pressing the key
labeled with the required letter
once, twice, three or four times
until the letter is displayed.
123 mode
Type numbers using one
keystroke per number. You
can also add numbers while
remaining in letter modes
by pressing and holding the
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desired key.
Inserting symbols
If you want to insert symbols,
press the
key, then you can
choose a symbol. Or you can
press Options and then choose
Insert symbol.
Changing the language
LG-A290 supports various
languages.
There are two ways to change
the writing language from
the writing screen. You can
press Options, go to Writing
language and then set the
language you want or long
press
key in editor.
Message folders
Press Menu, select Messaging.
And select the folder you want.
Inbox - You will be alerted
when you have received
messages. They will be stored
in Inbox.
TIP! Messages can be sorted
with the given sorting options
for an easy access of messages
(Inbox > Options > Sort by :
Sender, Subject, Unread/read,
Message size and Message
type).
Drafts - If you don’t have time
to finish writing a message, you
can save what you have written
so far in here.
Outbox - This is a temporary
storage folder used while
messages are being sent.
Sent messages - After sending
out the message, the text
message or multimedia
message is saved in the Sent
folder.
Archive - You can access your
saved messages.
Broadcast messages - Choose
whether to receive, block, view
or edit channels to receive
information service messages
(broadcast messages). Also
choose the languages of
information service messages.
Message settings - Your
message settings are predefined so that you can send
messages immediately. If
you would like to change the
settings, you can do this using
the settings options.
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E-mail
Setting up your e-mail
You can stay in touch on the
move using e-mail on your LGA290. It’s quick and simple to
set up a POP3 or IMAP4 e-mail
account.
1. Press Menu Select
Messaging and choose
E-mail.
2. The first time you open the
E-mail, you need to setup
an email account. A setup
wizard opens to help you
add an e-mail account.
3. Follow the pop up
instruction and enter the
information required.
Sending an e-mail using
your new account
To send/receive an e-mail,
you should set up an e-mail
account.
1. From Menu Select
Messaging and choose
E-mail.
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2. From Options Choose Write
e-mail and a new e-mail
editor screen will open.
3. Enter the recipient’s address
and write a subject.
4. Enter your message.
5. Press Options, select Add
attachments to add a file.
6. From Options Choose Send
to sent your e-mail.
Schedule SMS
Press (Menu >
Messaging>Schedule SMS)
User can schedule an SMS, so
that it can be sent to the pre
define number on Set date and
Set time.
Camera
Taking a quick photo
1. Press Menu and select
Multimedia. Select Camera
to open the viewfinder.
2. Holding the phone and,
point the lens towards the
subject of the photo.
3. Press
photo.
key to take a
Video camera
Shooting a quick video
1. Press Menu and select
Multimedia, then choose
Video camera.
2. Point the camera lens
towards the subject of the
video.
3. Press
key to start
recording.
4. Recording will start in the
viewfinder and a timer will
show the length of your
video.
5. Select RSK [ ] to stop
recording and LSK [Yes] to
save the recorded Video.
Media Player
Your LG-A290 has a built-in
Media player so you can play all
your favourite music.
Playing a song
1. Press Menu and select
Multimedia, then choose
Media Player.
2. Choose My playlists then
select the song you want
to play.
3. Select
to pause the song.
4. Select
to skip to the next
song.
5. Select
to skip to the
previous song.
6. Select Back to minimise
the music and return to the
Media player menu.
Note: Music is copyright
protected in international
treaties and national copyright
laws. It may be necessary to
obtain permission or licence
to reproduce or copy music. In
some countries national law
prohibits private copying of
copyrighted material.
Please check the national
legislation of the applicable
country concerning the use of
such materials.
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FM radio
Your LG-A290 has an FM radio
feature so you can tune into
your favourite stations and
listen on the move.
During listening to the FM
radio, you can also record a
short clip and save it.
Note: You will need to insert
your headset in order to listen
to the radio. Insert the plug into
the headset connector in order
to listen to the radio and keep
the good radio reception.
Searching for stations
1. Press Menu and select
Multimedia, then choose
FM radio.
2. Select Options and choose
Auto search. You can
also use the left and right
navigation keys to search for
stations.
Listening to the radio
1. Press Menu and select
Multimedia, then choose
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FM radio.
2. Select the channel number
of the station you would like
to listen to.
TIP! You can listen to the
radio via built-in speaker. Press
Options, select Settings then
choose Loud speaker status
as On.
Recording your radio
1. Press
key during
listening to the radio.
2. The recording time is
displayed on your phone.
If you want to stop the
recording, press Stop.
The recorded contents will
be saved in Gallery as .amr
file.
Note: After recording your
radio, you can listen to all of the
radio recordings by selecting
Options and Choose File list.
TIP! To configure your settings
such as the Background play,
Loud speaker or Record
storage, press Options and
select Settings.
Voice recorder
Use your Voice recorder to
record voice memos or other
sounds.
Recording your voice
memo
1. Press Menu and select
Multimedia, then choose
Voice recorder.
2. Press
key to begin
recording.
3. Choose Stop to end the
recording and Press Yes to
Save audio.
4. Press Options and select
Play to listen to the last
recorded audio.
Gallery
Secret Box
(Gallery>Phone
Memory>Secret Box)
You can Move the
multimedia files to Secret
box to avoid unauthorized
use. You will need a security
code to access the data. Default
Phone password is “0000” .
Applications
Your LG-A290 comes with
preloaded games to keep
you amused when you have
time to spare. If you choose
to download any additional
games or applications they will
be saved into this folder. Press
Menu and select Applications.
Choose My games & apps.
NewsHunt
NewsHunt is a unique mobile
application designed to
enable viewing and reading
newspapers in the regional
languages on the go.
Nimbuzz
Nimbuzz is a chat application
that lets you connect with
your buddies 24x7 on Gtalk,
Facebook, Yahoo, MSN etc.
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Organizer
Setting your alarm
(Menu > Organizer >
Alarm clock)
You can set up to 5 alarms to
invoke on a specified time.
Using the calendar
(Menu > Organizer >
Calendar)
When you enter this menu,
a calendar appears. A square
cursor is located on the current
date. You can move the cursor
to another date using the
navigation keys.
Adding an item to your to
do list
(Menu > Organizer > To-do
list)
You can view, edit and add
tasks to do.
Adding a note
(Menu > Organizer >
Notes)
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You can register your own notes
here.
Adding a city to your
world time
(Menu > Organizer > World
time)
You can add a required city to
the list of world clock. You can
also check the current time of
major cities around the world.
Using your calculator
(Menu > Organizer >
Calculator)
The calculator provides the
basic arithmetic functions:
addition, subtraction,
multiplication, division and
Scientific applications also.
Converting a unit
(Menu > Organizer >
Converter)
This converts many
measurements into a unit you
want.
Using the stopwatch
(Menu > Organizer >
Stopwatch)
This option allows you to use
the function of a stopwatch.
Shortcuts
(Menu > Organizer >
Shortcuts)
It helps you to go to the menu
you search for. You can set the
item as Shortcuts.
Torch
(Menu > Organizer >
Torch)
It allows you to turn on/off the
light on the top of you phone.
TIP! Switch On/Off the Torch by
long pressing down navigation
key from standby screen.
Internet
Accessing the internet
browser
homepage of the activated
profile on Internet Profiles.
You can also manually enter
an URL address and access the
associated wap page. Press
Menu and select Internet.
Note: An additional cost is
incurred when connecting to
this service and downloading
content. Check your data charges
with your network provider.
Settings
Switching your SIM cards
(Menu > Settings > Triple
SIM switch)
You can choose which SIM card
you’re going to use between
manually or automatically.
Activating SIM cards
(Menu > Settings > Tri SIM)
You can choose one or all of
SIM cards you would like to
activate.
You can launch the wap
browser and access the
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Setting ringtones
(Menu > Settings >
Profiles)
You can adjust and customize
the phone tones for different
events, or environments.
Changing your display
settings
(Menu > Settings >
Display)
You can change the settings for
the phone display.
Changing your date & time
(Menu > Settings > Date
& Time)
You can set functions relating to
the date and time.
Changing your
connectivity settings
(Menu > Settings >
Connectivity > Data
account)
Your connectivity settings
have already been set up by
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your network operator, so you
can enjoy your new phone
from switch on. If you want to
change any settings, use this
menu. You can configure the
Data account in this menu.
Changing your Bluetooth
settings
1. Press Menu and select
Settings > Connectivity
then choose Bluetooth.
• Status - Select Status as
On/Off.
• Visibility - Choose whether
to Permanent visible,
Temporary visible or Off your
device to others.
• My name - Enter a name for
your LG-A290.
• Advanced - Set your
Bluetooth settings for Audio
path, Storage, Sharing
permission and View your
Bluetooth address by
choosing My address.
Pairing with another
Bluetooth device
1. Check your Bluetooth is
On and Visible. You can
change your visibility in
the Bluetooth menu, by
selecting Visibility, then
Permanent Visible or
Temporary visible.
2. Select My device and choose
Search new device from the
Bluetooth menu.
3. Your LG-A290 will search for
devices. When the search is
completed Pair and Back will
appear on screen.
4. Choose the device you want
to pair with, then handset
create pass code by default
everytime you connect.
5. Your phone will then
connect to the other device.
6. Your pass code protected
Bluetooth connection is now
ready.
TIP!
1. When you use a
Bluetooth headset, A2DP
and AVRCP profiles are
not supported while
you play video. It means
you will not listen
video sound if you use
Bluetooth headset.
2. Bluetooth file transferring
function will be blocked
under some applications
running. (Camera/
Camcorder/UMS)
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Changing your phone
settings
(Menu > Settings > Phone)
Enjoy the freedom of adapting
how your LG-A290 works for
your own style.
• Language/Preferred writing
language - You can change
the language for the display
texts in your phone. This
change will also affect the
Language Input mode.
• Greeting text - This menu
allows you to customize
the greeting text upon the
phone’s power on. You can
also choose whether you
want the greeting text on or
off upon power on.
• Dedicated key - Allows you
to change the preferences on
the Hotkeys that are currently
assigned for your navigation
keys (when in standby mode).
• Flight mode - You can use
this function to switch the
flight mode on. You will
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not be able to make calls,
connect to the Internet, send
messages when flight mode is
switched on.
• UART settings - User will be
able to perform the operation
from PC using modem for
selected SIM card in UART
settings (like AT command
using HyperTerminal, PC
dialup). User will be able to
make the GPRS dialup on
PC using the SIM which is
selected in UART setting for
e.g. if SIM1 is selected then
user will be able to make the
connection using selected
SIM card.
• Misc. settings - You can set
the brightness and time of
the display screen.
Changing your security
settings
(Menu > Settings >
Security)
Change your security settings
to keep your LG-A290 and the
important information safe.
• SIM1, SIM2, SIM3 security You can change security
setting for each SIM card.
• Phone security - You can
change password or set
phone lock on/off.
• Auto keypad lock - You can
set keypad lock on/off.
• Anti-theft mobile tracker When the handset is stolen,
handset sends the SMS to
the numbers configured
by real owner. To activate
the ATMT(Antitheft mobile
tracker) feature, enter the
security code. And you will
need to set ATMT on, and
configure the ATMT settings
with Sender name, Sending
number list. Default security
code is “0000.” The ATMT
SMS will be received from
the number who is using
that handset and it contain
information about the stolen
phone IMEI & Name of the
real owner of the handset
Resetting your phone
(Menu > Settings > Restore
factory settings)
Use Restore factory settings
to reset all the settings to their
factory definitions. You need
the security code to activate
this function. The default
security code is set to “0000”.
SOS mode
(Menu > Messaging > SOS
Message)
In an emergency situation,
press and hold ‘9’ in Idle Screen
to send SOS message when
SOS mode is On. This will send
to the assigned receivers. If
they call you back, your phone
will be automatically accepted.
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At that time, all notification
sound will be muted. And other
menus will be unavailable. To
exit the SOS mode, press the
End key in home screen.
Installing LG PC Suite on
your computer
1. Go to www.lg.com and
choose your country.
2. Select Support and Go to
Mobile Phone Support.
3. Follow the instructions on
screen to complete the
LG PC Suite Installation on
your PC.
NOTE: You can also Install
"LG PC Suite" using CD
provided and follow the
Installation Guide.
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Phone Software
update
LG Mobile Phone Software
update from internet
For more information on using
this function, please visit the
http://update.lgmobile.com or
http://www. lg.com/common/
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This Feature allows you to
update the firmware of your
phone to the latest version
conveniently from the internet
without the need to visit a
service centre.
As the mobile phone firmware
update requires the user’s full
attention for the duration of the
update process, please make
sure to check all instructions
and notes that appear at each
step before proceeding. Please
note that removing the USB
data cable or battery during the
upgrade may seriously damage
your mobile phone.
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use
Please read these simple
guidelines. Not following these
guidelines may be dangerous
or illegal.
Exposure to radio
frequency energy
Radio wave exposure and
Specific Absorption Rate
(SAR) information. This mobile
phone model LG-A290 has
been designed to comply with
applicable safety requirements
for exposure to radio waves.
These requirements are
based on scientific guidelines
that include safety margins
designed to assure the 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 standardised
methods with the phone
transmitting at its 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)
is 2W/kg averaged over 10g
of tissue.
• The highest SAR value for
this model phone tested
by DASY4 for use at the
ear is 1.14 W/kg (10 g) and
when worn on the body is
N/A W/kg(10 g), which is
100% compliant with Indian
Standards and Safe.
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• This device meets RF
exposure guidelines when
used either in the normal
use position against the ear
or when positioned at least
1.5 cm away from the body.
When a carry case, belt clip
or holder is used for bodyworn operation, it should not
contain metal and should
position the product at least
1.5 cm away from your body.
In order to transmit data
files or messages, this device
requires a quality connection
to the network. In some cases,
transmission of data files or
messages may be delayed
until such a connection
is available. Ensure the
above separation distance
instructions are followed
until the transmission is
completed.
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Product care and
maintenance
WARNING
Only use batteries, chargers
and accessories approved
for use with this particular
phone model. The use
of any other types may
invalidate any approval
or warranty applying to
the phone and may be
dangerous.
• Do not disassemble this unit.
Take it to a qualified service
technician when repair work
is required.
• Repairs under warranty, at
LG’s discretion, may include
replacement parts or boards
that are either new or
reconditioned, provided that
they have functionality equal
to that of the parts being
replaced.
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use (Continued)
• Keep away from electrical
appliances such as TVs, radios,
and personal computers.
• The unit should be kept away
from heat sources such as
radiators or cookers.
• Do not drop.
• Do not subject this unit to
mechanical vibration or
shock.
• Switch off the phone in any
area where you are required
to by special regulations.
For example, do not use
your phone in hospitals as it
may affect sensitive medical
equipment.
• Do not handle the phone
with wet hands while it is
being charged. It may cause
an electric shock and can
seriously damage your phone.
• Do not charge a handset near
flammable material as the
handset can become hot and
create a fire hazard.
• Use a dry cloth to clean the
exterior of the unit (do not
use solvents such as benzene,
thinner or alcohol).
• Do not charge the phone
when it is on soft furnishings.
• The phone should be charged
in a well ventilated area.
• Do not subject this unit to
excessive smoke or dust.
• Do not keep the phone next
to credit cards or transport
tickets; it can affect the
information on the magnetic
strips.
• Do not tap the screen with
a sharp object as it may
damage the phone.
• Do not expose the phone to
liquid or moisture.
• Use the accessories like
earphones cautiously.
Do not touch the antenna
unnecessarily.
• Your phone is an electronic
device that generates heat
during normal operation.
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Extremely prolonged, direct
skin contact in the absence
of adequate ventilation may
result in discomfort or minor
burns. Therefore, use care
when handling your phone
during or immediately after
operation.
Efficient phone operation
Electronic devices
All mobile phones may receive
interference, which could affect
performance.
• Do not use your mobile
phone near medical
equipment without
requesting permission. Avoid
placing the phone over
pacemakers, for example, in
your breast pocket.
• Some hearing aids might be
disturbed by mobile phones.
• Minor interference may affect
TVs, radios, PCs, etc.
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Precautions
• Use a wireless hands-free
system (headphone, headset)
with a low power Bluetooth
emitter.
• Keep your calls short or send
text message (SMS) instead.
This advice applies especially
to children, adolescents and
pregnant women.
• Use the cell phone in good
quality network signal.
• People having active medical
implants should preferably
keep the cell phone at least
15cms away from the implant.
Road safety
Check the laws and regulations
on the use of mobile phones in
the area when you drive.
• Do not use a hand-held
phone while driving.
• Give full attention to driving.
• Use a hands-free kit, if
available.
• Pull off the road and park
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use (Continued)
before making or answering
a call if driving conditions
require you to do so.
• RF energy may affect some
electronic systems in your
vehicle such as car stereos
and safety equipment.
• If your vehicle is equipped
with an air bag, do not
obstruct with installed or
portable wireless equipment.
It can cause the air bag to fail
or cause serious injury due to
improper performance.
• If you are listening to music
whilst out and about, please
ensure that the volume
is at a reasonable level so
that you are aware of your
surroundings. This is of
particular importance when
near roads.
We therefore recommend that
you do not turn the handset on
or off close to your ear. We also
recommend that music and call
volumes are set to a reasonable
level.
NOTE: Excessive sound
pressure from earphones can
cause hearing loss.
Avoid damage to your
hearing
Blasting area
Damage to your hearing can
occur if you are exposed to loud
sounds for long periods of time.
Glass Parts
Some parts of your mobile
device are made of glass.
This glass could break if your
mobile device is dropped on
a hard surface or receives a
substantial impact. If the glass
breaks, do not touch or attempt
to remove. Stop using your
mobile device until the glass
is replaced by an authorised
service provider.
Do not use the phone where
blasting is in progress. Observe
restrictions, and follow any
regulations or rules.
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Potentially explosive
atmospheres
• Do not use your phone at a
refuelling point.
• Do not use near fuel or
chemicals.
• Do not transport or store
flammable gas, liquid or
explosives in the same
compartment of your vehicle
as your mobile phone or
accessories.
In aircraft
Wireless devices can cause
interference in aircraft.
• Turn your mobile phone off
before boarding any aircraft.
• Do not use it on the ground
without permission from the
crew.
Children
Keep the phone in a safe
place out of the reach of small
children. It includes small parts
which may cause a choking
hazard if detached.
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Emergency calls
Emergency calls may not
be available on all mobile
networks. Therefore you should
never depend solely on your
phone for emergency calls.
Check with your local service
provider.
Battery information and
care
• You do not need to
completely discharge the
battery before recharging.
Unlike other battery systems,
there is no memory effect
that could compromise the
battery’s performance.
• Use only LG batteries and
chargers. LG chargers are
designed to maximise battery
life.
• Do not disassemble or shortcircuit the battery pack.
• Keep the metal contacts of
the battery pack clean.
• Replace the battery when
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use (Continued)
•
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•
•
it no longer provides
acceptable performance.
The battery pack may be
recharged hundreds of times
before it needs replacing.
Recharge the battery if it has
not been used for a long time
to maximise usability.
Do not expose the battery
charger to direct sunlight or
use it in high humidity, such
as in the bathroom.
Do not leave the battery in
hot or cold places, as this
may deteriorate battery
performance.
There is risk of explosion if the
battery is replaced with an
incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries
according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Please recycle when possible.
Do not dispose as household
waste.
If you need to replace the
battery, take it to your nearest
authorised LG Electronics
service point or dealer for
assistance.
• Always unplug the charger
from the wall socket after
the phone is fully charged
to save unnecessary power
consumption of the charger.
• Actual battery life will depend
on network configuration,
product settings, usage
patterns, battery and
environmental conditions.
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Accessories
There are various accessories for your mobile phone. You can
select these options according to your personal communication
requirements.
Travel
Adapter
CD
Standard
Battery
User
Guide
LG-A290
Headset
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
Ambient Temperatures
Max.: +55°C (discharging)
+45°C (charging)
Min.: -10°C
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Hereby, LG Electronics declares that this
LG-A290 product is in compliance with
the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
A copy of the Declaration of Conformity
can be found at http://www.lg.com/global/
support/cedoc/RetrieveProductCeDOC.jsp
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Solution
Telephone cannot
be switched on
Please take out battery and insert again.
Then press Power on key to power on the
phone.
Battery empty
Charge battery. Check charging indicator
on display.
The battery doesn’t
charge properly
or the phone
sometimes turns
itself off
Wipe the charging contacts, both on the
phone and on the battery, with a clear
soft cloth.
Usage time of
battery becomes
shorter
If the battery time is short, it may be due
to the user environment, a 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 then charge
again.
Charging error—
Wrong charger
Only use original LG accessories.
Charging error—
Battery defective
Replace battery.
Charging error—No The battery is empty or has been not used
battery icon appears for a long time. It may take a while before
the battery icon appears on the screen.
when charging
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Problem
Possible Solution
Forgot 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.
Loss of Network
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 details.
You have entered a
number but it was
not dialed
Be sure that you have pressed Call key.
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. Be
sure that you are accessing the network
service. Be sure that you have not set an
incoming call barring option.
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Troubleshooting
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Problem
Possible Solution
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 voice quality of
the call is poor
Check the signal strength indicator on the
display. The number of bars indicates the
signal strength. Try moving the phone
slightly or moving closer to a window if
you are in a building.
No number is dialed
when you recall a
contact
Use the Phonebook Search feature to
ensure the number has been stored
correctly. Resave the number, if necessary.
Cannot use the
Browser
Your subscription does not include data
capability. You will need to contact your
service provider to enable 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.
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fn[kk, x, fp= ds vuqlkj cSd doj
fudkysa vkSj xksYMsu d‚UVSDV {ks= okys
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pqu]as ,sDlVuZy eseksjh dk p;u djsa
vkSj Le`fr dkMZ ds Q‚esVZ ds fy,
fodYi esa ls çk:i pqudj Qksu
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feV tk,axh A ;fnvki viuh Le`fr
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fle dkMZ baLV‚y djuk vkSj cSVjh pktZ djuk
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tc vki fdlh lSY;wyj usVodZ dks
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lfCLØI’ku fooj.kks]a tSls fd vkidk
fiu]dksbZ vU; miyC/k oSdfYid lsok
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vius Q+kus dh cSVjh pktZ djsAa
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gks ldrk gS A
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çkIr dkYl
Mk;y dh xbZ dkWYl
dkWy vof/k
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MsVk tkudkjh
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frgjh fle lsfVax
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can vkSj pkyw dj ldrs gSAa
vius dhiSM dks y‚d/vuy‚d
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nck,¡A
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nck,¡A
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fu;af=r djus ds fy, usfoxs’ku dqt
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lq>ko! d‚y ds nkSjku vki] viuh
ckrphr dks fjdkMZ dj ldrs gSAa
fodYi nckdj okWbt+ fjdkWMjZ dk
p;u djsAa
vius laidZ ls d‚y djuk
1- gkse LØhu ls laidZ pquAas
2- dqt
a h iVy dk mi;ksx djrs gq,
ftl laidZ ls d‚y djuk pkgrs gSa
mldk igyk v{kj ,aVj djsAa
nck,¡A
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lq>ko! vius laidZ esa tkus ds fy,]
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mi;ksx djsAa
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ls fdlh Hkh rhu fle dkMZl
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vki d‚y dj ldrs gSA
d‚y dk mÙkj nsuk ;k
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tc vkids Qksu dh ?kaVh ctrh gS]
Qksu dk tokc nsus ds fy,
nck,¡A
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mls E;wV djus ds fy, ^ekSu* dk
p;u djsAa
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;fn vki ,d cSBd esa gSa vkSj vki
bls ekSu çksQkby cnyuk Hkwy x, gSa
rc ;g mi;ksxh gksrk gS A
budfeax d‚y dks vLohdkj djus ds
fy, jn~ djsa dk p;u djsa ;k
nck,¡A
lq>ko! fHkUu rjhdksa ls mÙkj nsus ds
fy, vki] vius Qksu ds lsfVaXl cny
ldrs gSA
esuw nckdj lsfVaXl pquas vkSj d‚y
dk p;u djsAa vfxze lsfVaXl pquas
q h ;k tc
vkSj mÙkj eksM ls dksbZ dat
gSMlSV fof/k esa gksa rks Lor% mÙkj
dk p;u djsAa
Lihdj Qksu dk mi;ksx djuk
d‚y ds nkSjku] RSK ¼H-Free½ nckrs
gq, Lihdj Qksu dks pkyw dj ldrs
gSa vkSj g‚UM~l Ýh eksM esa g‚UM lsV
mi;ksx dj ldrs gSa Avxj Lihdj
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dUojls’ku eksM ij vkus ds fy,
fQj ls RSK ¼H-Free½ nck,¡A
LihM Mk;fyax
esuw nck,¡ vkSj laidZ pquas > fodYi
> Qksucqd lsfVaXl > rhoz Mk;y pquAas
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lsV dj fn;k tkrk gSA rkfd vki bu
pkfc;ksa dks cny ugha ldrsA
lq>ko! LihM fle ctV fd fle
ctV dh tk¡p ds fy, vklku rjhdk
gSA ;fn vki LihM fle ctV jftLVj
djrs gS]a rks vki ‘2’/ ‘3’/‘4’ dh yach
çsl }kjk eq[; LØhu esa fle ctV dh
tkudkjh çkIr dj ldrs gSAa
lq>ko: LihM Mk;y dks lfØ; djus
ds fy,] fLFkfr pkyw gksuk pkfg, (rhoz
rhoz
Mk;y > LFkfr)A
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vius d‚y y‚x dks ns[kuk
vkils gq, d‚y]çkIr vkSj Mk;y fd,
nck,aA
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d‚y lsfVaXl dks cnyuk
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dj ldrs gSa A izls esuw vkSj lsfVaXl
dk p;u djs vkSj d‚y p;u djsA
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pyrk gS fd fdl O;fä ds Qksu uacj
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ykxr eksM cpkus dk mi;ksx lqfo/kk
gS,a ;dhu gS fd lqfo/kk pkyw esa gSAa
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ykxr cpkr eksM]
lwpuk:
uk bu&dkWy ds nkSjku ykxr
eksM cpkus
cpku lqfo/kk dke ugha dj
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uke ,aVj djsA
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lq>ko!
ko vlkbu fle {ks= SIM/SIM1/
SIM2/SIM3 fMQ‚YV laidZ vlkbu
djus ds fy, ç;ksx fd;k tkrk gSA
tc laidZ] fle dks lkSaik tk,xk
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d‚y] mRiUu gks tk,xkA
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jf{kr dj ldrs gSa mnkgj.k ds
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vkSj ifjokj dks vyx j[kukA
,d lewg cukus ds fy, laidZ
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lewg dk p;u djsaA
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lewg fjaxVksu dk
dkss u;k lewg
tksM+sa esa lsV dj ldrs gSaA
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eSuvq y eksM ;k 123 eksM dk
mi;ksx djds viuk lan’s k ntZ
nckdj
djsAa vki dqt
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VsDLV buiqV eksM cny ldrs gSAa
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ls tksMas+ dks pquAas vki laidksZa dks
vadu }kjk] ,dkf/kd laidksZa dks tksM+
ldrs gSAa
lwpuk: ,d lewg dks Hkh lan’s k Hkstk
tk ldrk gSA lan’s k dks ,fMV djsa
rFkk ^lsMa * nck,¡ vkSj Qksulwph ls tksMas+
pquAas Qksu djus okys lewgksa dk p;u
djus ds fy, nkbZ vksj usfoxsV djsa
vkSj dkWyj lewg dk p;u djsAa
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lq>ko! mi;ksxdrkZ ,d le; eas dÃ
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ldrk gS ¼mnk- irk iqfLrdk {ks=ksa esa
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gS]a rks dqt
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pqu ldrs gSa ;k vki fodYi
nck,¡ vkSj rc balVZ flEc‚y dk p;u
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ldrs gS] Hkk”kk ys[ku esa tk ldrs gSa
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viuh ilUn ds QksYMj dk p;u djsAa
buc‚Dl & vkidks lrdZ fd;k tk,xk
tc vki lan’s k çkIr djrs gSA os
buc‚Dl esa laxgz hr fd;k tk;sxa As
lwpuk! lan’s kksa dh ,d vklku
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i<s ugha x,@i<s x, vkSj lan’s k dk
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fy[kk gS mls ;gk¡ jf{kr dj ldrs gSAa
vkmVc‚Dl & ;g ,d vLFkk;h
HkaMkj.k QksYMj gS ftldk
mi;ksx] Hksts tk jgs lans’k j{k.k
ds fy, gksrk gSA
Hksts lans’k & ckgj lans’k
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eYVhehfM;k lans’k Hksts x,
QksYMj esa lgstk tkrk gSA
iqjkys[k & vki vius jf{kr
lans’k dk mi;ksx dj ldrs gSaA
çlkj.k lans’k & ftls vki
çkIr djuk pkgrs gSa mldk
p;u djus ds fy,] jksdus]
ns[kus ;k lwpuk lsok ds lans’k
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fy, pkSuyksa dks laikfnrA blds
vykok lwpuk lsok ds lans’k ds
Hkk”kkvksa fy, pqurs gSaA
lans’k vuqdwyu & vkids lan’s k
lsfVaXl iwofZ u/kkZfjr gSa rkfd vki lan’s k
rqjra Hkst ldrs gSAa ;fn vki lsfVaXl
cnyuk pkgs]a rks vki bl lsfVaXl
fodYi dk mi;ksx dj ldrs gSAa
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bZ&esy
vius bZ&esy dh LFkkiuk
vki vius LG-A290 ij bZ&esy dk
mi;ksx dj gj dne ij laidZ esa
jg ldrs gSAa ;g Rofjr vkSj ljy
gSA bls lsV djus ds fy, POP3 ;k
IMAP4 bZ&esy [kkrk gSA
1- esuw nck,¡] lan’s k dk p;u djsa vkSj
pquas bZ&esyA
2- tc igyh ckj vki bZ&esy [kksyrs
gS]a rks vkidks ,d bZey
s [kkrs dh
LFkkiuk dh t:jr gksrh gS A ,d
lsVvi fotkMZ ,d bZ&esy [kkrk
tksMu+ s esa vkidh enn ds fy,
[kqyrk gSA
3- i‚i&vi vuqn’s k dk ikyu djsa
vkSj vko’;d tkudkjh ntZ djsAa
vius u, [kkrs dk mi;ksx djrs
gq, ,d bZ&esy Hkstuk
,d bZ&esy Hkstas / çkIr djus ds fy,]
vkidks ,d bZ&esy [kkrk lsV djuk
pkfg,A
1- esuw ls lan’s k dk p;u djsa vkSj
bZ&esy dk p;u djsAa
2- fodYi esa ls bZ&esy fy[ksa pquas vkSj
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3456-
,d u;k bZ&esy laiknd LØhu
[kqy tk,xkA
çkIrdrkZ dk irk ntZ djsa vkSj
fo”k; fy[ksaA
viuk lan’s k ntZ djsAa
fodYi nck,a] ,d Qkby tksMu+ s ds
fy, layXuds dks tksMas+ p;u djsAa
fodYi ls vius bZ&esy Hkstus ds
fy, Hkstas pquAas
f’kM~;wy SMS
esuw nck,¡] lans’k dk p;u djsa vkSj
f’kM~;wy SMS pquasA
mi;ksxdrkZ dksbZ f’kM~;wy SMS lsV
dj ldrs gaS] rkfd ;g lsV dh
xbZ fnukad vkSj lsV fd, x, le;
ij igys ls fu/kkZfjr uacj dks Hkstk
tk lds A
dSejk
rqjar Q+ksVks ysuk
1- esuw nck,a vkSj eYVhehfM;k dk
p;u djsAa O;wQkbaMj [kksyus ds
fy, dSejk dk p;u djsAa
2- Qksu idM+as vkSj rLohj ysus ds
fo”k; dh vksj ysla dsfUær djsAa
3- rLohj ysus ds fy, dqt
a h
nck,aA
ohfM;ks dSejk
Rofjr ohfM;ks ‘kwkwV djuk
1- esuw nck,a vkSj eYVhehfM;k dk
p;u djsAa O;wQkbaMj [kksyus ds
fy, ohfM;ks dSejk dk p;u djsAa
2- dSejs ds ysla dks ohfM;ks ds fo”k;
dh vksj bafxr djsAa
3- fjd‚fMaxZ ‘kq: djus ds fy, dqt
a h
nck,¡A
4- fjd‚fMaxZ O;wQkbUMj esa ‘kq: gks
tk,xk vkSj ,d Vkbej vius
ohfM;ks dh yackbZ fn[kk,xkA
5- fjd‚fMaxZ can djus ds fy, RSK
[ ] pquas vkSj ohfM;ks dks jf{kr
djus ds fy, LSK [Yes]]ntZ djsAa
ehfM;k Iys;j
vkidk LG-A290 ehfM;k Iys;j ds
lkFk cuk;k x;k gS rkfd vki vius
lHkh ilanhnk laxhr pyk ldrs gSAa
xkuk pykuk
1- esuw nck,a vkSj eYVhehfM;k dk
p;u djs]a vkSj fQj ehfM;k Iys;j
pquAas
2- esjk IysfyLVwl pquas rFkk tks xhr
vki ctkuk pkgrs gSa mldk p;u
djsAa
3- xhr dks cnyus ds fy, Fkke ¼i‚t+½
dk p;u djsAa
4- vxys xhr esa tkus ds fy, NksM+
pquAas
¼fLdi½
5- fiNys xhr tkus ds fy, NksM+
pquAas
¼fLdi½
6- laxhr dks de djus ds fy,
ihNs pquas vkSj ehfM;k Iys;j esu
ij ykSVAas
lwpuk:
uk: laxhr d‚ihjkbV varjjk”Vªh;
laf/k;ksa vkSj jk”Vªh; d‚ihjkbV dkuwuksa
esa lqjf{kr gSA ;g vuqefr ;k ykblsla
laxhr dh çfrfyfi cukus ;k iqu:
is’k djus ds fy, vko’;d gks
ldrk gSA dqN ns’kksa esa jk”Vªh; dkuwu
d‚ihjkbV lkexzh ds futh udy ij
çfrca/k yxkrk gSA
,slh lkexzh ds mi;ksx ds fo”k;
esa ykxw ns’k ds jk”Vªh; dkuwu dh
tk¡p djsAa
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FM jsfM;ks
vkidk LG-A290 esa FM jsfM;ks dh
lqfo/kk gS rkfd vki vius ilanhnk
LVs’kuksa dks Vîwu dj ldrs gSa vkSj
bls gj dne ij lqu ldrs gSAa
FM jsfM;ks lquus ds nkSjku] vki Hkh
,d NksVh fDyi fjd‚MZ dj ldrs gSa
vkSj bls lqjf{kr dj ldrs gSA
lwpuk: vkidks vius jsfM;ks lquus
ds fy, gsMlsV ‘kkfey djus dh
vko’;drk gksrh gSA jsfM;ks lquus
ds fy, gsMlsV laca/kd esa IyxbalVZ
djsaA
LVs’kuksa ds fy, [kkst
1- esu nck,a vkSj eYVhehfM;k dk
p;u djs]a rFkk FM jsfM;ks dk
p;u djsAa
2- fodYi dk p;u djsa vkSj Lor%
[kkst pquAas vki Hkh ck,¡ vkSj nk,¡
usfoxs’ku dqt
a h dk mi;ksx djds
LVs’kuksa dh [kkst dj ldrs
jsfM;ks lquuk
1- esuw nck,a vkSj eYVhehfM;k dk
M;k dk
p;u djs]a rFkk FM jsfM;ks
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p;u djsAa
2- vkids ilanhnk LVs’ku ds pkSuy ds
uacj ij fDyd djsAa
lq>ko!
ko vki bl esa fufeZr
Lihdj ds ek/;e ls jsfM;ks lqu
ldrs gSaA fodYi nck,a vkSj
lsfVaXl dk p;u djsa rFkk ckgo
Lihdj fLFkfr dk pkyw djsaA
vius jsfM;ks dh fjd‚fMaZx djuk
1- jsfM;ks lquus ds nkSjku dqt
a h
nck,¡A
2- fjd‚fMaxZ le; vkids Qksu
ij çnf’kZr gksrk gSA ;fn vki
fjd‚fMaxZ dks jksduk pkgrs gS]a rks
jksdas nck,aA .amr Qkby ds :i
esa ntZ lkexzh xSyjh esa lgstk
tk,xkA
lwpuk% vius jsfM;ks fjd‚fMaxZ ds ckn]
vki fodYi dk p;u djds jsfM;ks
fjd‚fMaxZ ds lHkh Qkby lquus ds fy,
Qkby lwph pquAas
lq>ko!
ko viuh cSdxzkmaM Iys] ykmM
Lihdj ;k fjdkMZ LVksjst+] lsfVaXl
d‚UQft+xj djus ds fy, fodYi
nckdj lsfVaXl dk p;u djsaA
o‚;l fjd‚MZj
viuh vkokt eseks ;k vU; /ofu;k¡
fjd‚MZ djus ds fy, o‚;l fjd‚MZj
dk mi;ksx djsAa
viuh vkokt eseks fjd‚fMaZx
1- esuw nck,a vkSj eYVhehfM;k dk
p;u djs]a rks o‚;l fjd‚MZj dk
p;u djsAa
2- fjd‚fMaxZ ‘kq: djus ds fy, dqt
a h
nck,¡A
3- fjd‚fMaxZ var ds fy, jksdas pquas vkSj
v‚fM;ks lgstus ds fy, gk¡ pquAas
4- fodYi nck,a vkSj vafre ntZ dh
x;h v‚fM;ks dks lquus ds fy,
pyk,sa dk p;u djsAa
xSysjh
Secret Box
(xSxSysjh > Qksu Le`fr > Secret Box)
vukf/kÑr bLrseky ls cPkkus ds
fy, vki eYVhehfM;k Qkby
dks Secret Box eas Mky ldrs
gSA MsVk dks bLrseky djus
ds fy, vkidkss Qksu ikloMZ
pkfg,A fMQ‚YV Qksu ikloMZ
Þ0000ß gS-
vuqç;ksx
vkidk LG-A290 vkids [kkyh le;
esa vkuUn ysus ds fy, çhyksMMs [ksy
dh lqfo/kk çnku djrk gSA ;fn vki
fdlh Hkh vfrfjä [ksy ;k vkosnu i=
MkmuyksM djus ds fy, pqurs gSa rks
os bl QksYMj esa lgstk tk,xkA esuw
nck,a vkSj vuqç;ksx pquAas ^ek; xsEl
,aM ,sIl* dk p;u djsAa
NewsHunt
jkg esa gksus ij Hkh {ks=h;
Hkk”kkvksa esa U;wt+isilZ ns[kus vkSj
i<+us gsrq l{ke fd, tkus ds
fy, fMt+kbu fd;k x;k ,d
fof’k”V eksckby vuqç;ksx gSA
Nimbuzz
Nimbuzz ,d pSV vuqç;ksx
gS tks fd vkidks vius nksLrksa
ds lkFk Gtalk, Facebook,
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Yahoo, MSN vkfn ij dusDV
djrk gSA
vk;kstd
viuk vykeZ lsV djuk ¼esuw >
vk;kstd > vykeZ ?kM+h½
vki ,d fufnZ”V le; ij ykxw
djus ds fy, 5 vykeZ lsV dj
ldrs gSaA
dSysaMj dk mi;ksx djuk ¼esuw
> vk;kstd > dSysaMj½
tc vki bl esu esa ços’k djrs
gS] ,d dSysaMj çdV gksrk gSA
orZeku fnukad ij ,d oxkZdkj
dlZj fLFkr gSA vki usfoxs’ku
dqath dk mi;ksx djds rkjh[k
cnyus ds fy, dlZj ys tk
ldrs gSaA
vkius dk;Zlwph esa vkbVe
tksM+uk ¼esuw > vk;kstd >
Bw&Mw lwph½
vki ns[k ldrs gS] laikfnr
dj ldrs gSa vkSj dk;Z tksM+
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ldrs gSaA
,d uksV tksM+uk
¼esesuw > vk;kstd
>
uksV~l½
vki vius [kqn ds uksVl
~ ;gk¡ jftLVj
dj ldrs gSA
vkids oyZ~M Vkbe esa ,d ‘kgj
kgj
tksM+uk ¼esuw > vk;kstd >
fo’o le;½
vki fo’o ?kM+h dh lwph ds
fy, ,d vko’;d ‘kgj tksM+
ldrs gSaA vki Hkh nqfu;k Hkj ds
çeq[k ‘kgjksa ds orZeku le; dh
tk¡p dj ldrs gSaA
vius dSyD;qysVj dk mi;ksx
djuk ¼esuw > vk;kstd >
dSyD;qysVj½
dSydqyVs j cqfu;knh vadxf.krh; dk;Z
çnku djrk gS blds vykok] ?kVko]
xq.ku] foHkktu] vkSj oSKkfud vuqç;ksx
Hkh djrk gSA
bdkbZ ¼;wfuV½ cnyuk ¼esuw
vk;kstd > ifjorZd½
>
;g dbZ ekiksa dks vkidh bfPNr bdkbZ
esa ifjofrZr djrh gSA
LV‚iokWp dk mi;ksx djuk ¼esuw
> vk;kstd > LVkiWokpW½
;g fodYi vkidks ,d LV‚io‚p ds
dk;Z ds mi;ksx djus dh vuqefr
nsrk gSA
‘k‚VZ
k‚VZdV
¼esuw > vk;kstd
> ‘k‚VZ
k‚VZdV½
;g vki vkids fy, esu [kkst esa tkus
ds fy, enn djrk gSA vki ‘k‚VZdV
ds :i esa vkbVe lsV dj ldrs gSAa
V‚pZ
¼esuw
>
vk;kstd
>
V‚pZ½
;g vkidks Qksu ds ‘kh”kZ ij çdk’k
ckjh ds@can ;k pkyw ds fy, vuqefr
nsrk gS A
lq>ko! LVSMa ckb LØhu esa yacs le;
rd uhps usfoxs’ku dqt
a h nckus ds }kjk
V‚pZ@fLop can ;k pkyw dj ldrs gSA
baVjusV
baVjusV czkmtj rd igq¡puk
vki oSi czkmtj pkyw dj ldrs vkSj
baVjusV ij lfØ; çksQkby ds gkse
ist dk mi;ksx dj ldrs gSa A vki
Hkh eSU;qvy :i ls ,d ;w-vkj-,y- irk
ntZ dj ldrs gSa vkSj tqMs+ oSi ist+
dk mi;ksx esuw nck,a vkSj baVjusV dk
p;u djsAa
lwpuk:
uk fdlh lsok dks tksMu+ k vkSj
lkexzh dks MkmuyksM djuk ,d
vfrfjä ykxr [kpZ gSA vius usVodZ
çnkrk ds lkFk vius MsVk ‘kqYd dh
tk¡p djsAa
lsfVaXl
fle dkMZ cnyuk ¼esuw >
lfsVXal > frgjs fle dks fLop
djsa½
ftl fle dkMZ dks vki eSU;qvyh
vFkok Lopkfyr :i esa mi;ksx djus
tk jgs gS]a mldk p;u vki dj
ldrs gSAa
lfØ; fle dkMZ ¼esuwuw
> frgjh fle lsfVax½
>
lsfVaXl
vki ,d fledkMZ ;k lHkh dkMZ
lfØ; djus dk p;u dj ldrs gSAa
fjaxVksu lsfVaXl ¼esuw
> izksQkbYl½
>
lsfVaXl
vki Qksu dk Vksu fofHkUu ?kVukvks]a ;k
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okrkoj.k ds vuqdy
w lek;ksftr dj
ldrs gSAa
viuk fMLIys lsfVaXl cnyuk
¼esesuw > lsfVaXl > iznf’kZr djs½sa
vki Qksu ds fMLIys ds fy,
lsfVaXl cny ldrs gSAa
vkius frfFk vkSj le; dks
cnyuk ¼esuw > lsfVaXl >
fnukad vkSj le;½
vki fnukad vkSj le; ds fy,
lacfa /kr dk;ksZa dks fu/kkZfjr dj
ldrs gSAa
viuh dusfDVfoVh lsfVaXl
cnyuk ¼esuw > lsfVaXl >
la;kstdrk > MsVk vdkÅUV½
vkidk dusfDVfoVh lsfVax igys ls gh
vius usVodZ v‚ijsVj }kjk LFkkfir
fd;k x;k gS rks vki ^fLop v‚u* ls
vius u, Qksu dk vkuan ys ldrs gSA
;fn vki fdlh Hkh lsfVax dks cnyuk
pkgrs gS]a bl esu dk mi;ksx djsAa
vki bl esu esa MsVk vdkmaV d‚fUQ+xj
dj ldrs gSAa
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viuh CywVwFk lsfVaXl cnyuk
1- esuw nck,a vkSj lsfVXl pquas
la;kstdrk rFkk CywVFw k dk p;u
djsAa
Û fLFkfr –fLFkfr tSls can@pkyw
¼v‚u&v‚Q½•
¼v‚u&v‚Q½
Û –’;rk & vki vius fMokbl dks
nwljksa ds fy, LFkk;h :i ls izdV]
vYidkfyd :i ls izdV]can fn[kuk
pkgrs gSa ;k ugha bldk p;u dj
ldrs gSAa s
Û esjk uke & vius LG-A290 ds fy,
,d uke ntZ djsAa
mUur & v‚fM;ks iFk] laxgz .k] Qkbysa
lk>k djus dh vuqefr ds fy, vius
CywVFw k lsfVaXl lsV djsa vkSj esjk irk
¼ek; ,sMl
ªs ½ dk p;u dj CywVFw k irk
ns[k ldrs gSAa
vU; CywVwFk fMokbl dks tksM+uk
1- tkap djsa fd vkidk CywVFw k pkyw
¼v‚u½gS vkSj fn[kkbZ iM+ jgk gSA
foftfcfyVh dk p;u djus ds
ckn] LFkk;h :i ls izdV vFkok
vYidkfyd jwi ls izdV dk p;u
dj vki CywVFw k esu esa –’;rk dks
cny ldrs gSAa
2- CywVFw k esuw ls esjk fMokbl pquas vkSj
u, fMokbl [kkstas p;u djsAa
3- vkidk LG-A290 midj.kksa ds fy,
[kkst djsxk A tc [kkst iwjk gks
tkrk gS rks tksMs+ vkSj okil LØhu
ij fn[kkbZ nsxkA
4- vki ftl fMokbl ds lkFk tksMh+
cukuk pkgrs gSa mls pquas vkSj fQj
vki tc Hkh dusDV djsxa s fMQ‚YV
:i ls gSMa lsV] ikldksM cuk,xkA
5- blds ckn vkidk Qksu vU;
fMokbl ls dusDV djsxkA
6- vkidk ikldksM lajf{kr CywVFw k
dusD’ku vc rS;kj gSA
lq>ko!
1- tc vki ,d CywVFw k gsMlsV dk
mi;ksx djsxa ]s ohfM;ks [ksyus ds
fy, A2DP vkSj AVRCP çksQkby
dks liksVZ ugha fd;k tkrkA
bldk eryc gS fd vxj vki
CywVFw k gsMlsV dk mi;ksx djsxa s
rks vki ohfM;ks /ofu ugha lqu
ldsxa As
2- dqN py jgs ,sfIyds’kuksa ds
CywVFw k Qkby LFkkukarfjr dk;Z
can gks tk,xkA ¼dSejk@
Camcorder@UMS½
viuh Qksu lsfVaXl cnyuk ¼esuq
> lsfVaXl > Qksu½
vkids LVkby esa dk;Z djs
blds p;u dh Lora=rk dk ykHk
mBk,aA
Hkk”kkkk/ojh;k ys[ku Hkk
Hkk
Hkk”kkkk ys[ku Hkk
Hkk”kkkk &
vki vius Qksu esa fMLIysVDs lV dsfy,
Hkk”kk cny ldrs gSa ;g ifjorZu Hkh
Hkk”kk buiqV EkksM dks izHkkfor djsxkA
Lokxre ikB~; & ;g esu Qksu ds
ikoj v‚u gksus dh fLFkfr esa Lokxre
ikB~; dks vuqdfw yr djus dh vuqefr
nsrk gSA vki ikoj v‚u gksus ij VsDLV
ds v‚u ;k v‚Q gksus dk fodYi Hkh
pqu ldrs gSAa
vyx dqt
a h & dqt
a h ij ojh;rkvksa
esa ifjorZu dh vuqefr nsrk gS tks
orZeku esa vkids usfoxs’ku dqt
a h ds
fy, vkoafVr fd, tkrs gSa ¼LVSMa ckb
eksM es½a A
¶ykbV eksM & vki ¶ykbV eksM ij
fLop djus ds fy, bl dk;Z dk
mi;ksx dj ldrs gSAa ¶ykbV eksM
pkyw gksus ij vki d‚y djus] baVjusV
ls dusDV djus] lan’s k Hkstus esa l{ke
ugha gksa ldsxa As
UART lsfVaXl&UART lsfVaXl ¼gkbij
LG-A290
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VfeZuy] ihlh Mk;yvi dk mi;ksx
dj vkns’k ,-Vh½ ds p;fur fle dkMZ
ds fy, mi;ksxdrkZ e‚Me dk ç;ksx
dj ihlh ls dk;Z djus esa l{ke gksxkA
ç;ksäk UART lsfVaXl esa pqus fle ds
ç;ksx ls ihlh ij thihvkj,l Mk;y
vi djus esa l{ke gksxk] tSls ;fn
SIM1 dk p;u fd;k tkrk gS] rks
ç;ksäk p;fur fle dkMZ ds ç;ksx ls
dusD’ku cuk ikus esa l{ke gksxkA
fofo/k lsÇVx & vki fMLIys LØhu dh
ped vkSj le; lsV dj ldrs gSAa
viuh lqj{kk lsfVaXl dks cnyuk
¼esuw > lsfVaXl > lqj{kk½
viuh LG-A290 vkSj eq[; tkudkjh
dks lqjf{kr j[kus ds fy, viuh lqj{kk
lsfVaXl cnysAa
Û SIM1, SIM2, SIM3 lqj{kk & vki
çR;sd fle dkMZ ds fy, lqj{kk
lsfVax dks cny ldrs gSAa
Û Qksu lqj{kk & vki ikloMZ cny
ldrs gS ;k Qksu y‚d pkyw@can
dj ldrs gSAa
Û Lor% dat
q hiVy can & vki dhiSM
y‚d lsV pkyw@can dj ldrs gSAa
Û ,aVh&Fks¶V eksckby VSªdj & gaMS lsV
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pksjh gks tkus ij] gSMa lsV okLrfod
Lokeh }kjk d‚fUQxj fd, x, uaclZ
ij SMS Hkstrk gS- ATMT ¼,aVh&Fks¶V
eksckby VSªdj½ lqfo/kk dks lfØ;
djus ds fy,] Qksu ikloMZ ntZ
djs-a vkidks ATMT dks pkyw ij
lsV djus] vkSj ATMT lsfVaXl dks
uke vkSj uacj ds lkFk lsV djus
dh vko’;drk gksxh- fMQ‚YV Qksu
ikloMZ Þ0000ß gS- tks O;fä gSMa lsV
dk mi;ksx dj jgk gS ml uacj ls
,d ATMT SMS çkIr fd;k tk,xk
vkSj ATMT SMS esa pksjh gq, Qksu
IMEI vkSj gSM
a lsV dk vlyh ekfyd
dk uke ds ckjs esa tkudkjh gksxkA
viuk Qksu jhlsV djuk ¼esuw
> lsfVaXl > Q+SDVªh lsfVaXl
iquLFkkZfir djsa½
lHkh lsfVax dks mudh QSDVjh
ifjHkk”kkvksa ij jhlsV djus ds fy,
Q+DS Vªh lsfVaXl iquLFkkZfir dk mi;ksx
djsAa bl dk;Z dks lfØ; djus ds
fy, vkidks lqj{kk dksM dh t:jr
gksrh gSA fMQ‚YV lqj{kk dksM “0000”
ij lsV fd;k tkrk gSA
SOS
¼esu
eksM
lans’k
>
> SOS
lans’k½
SOS eksM ds v‚u jgus ij fdlh
vkikr fLFkfr eaS SOS lan’s k Hkstus
ds fy, vkbMy LØhu esa ‘9’ nckdj
j[ksAa ;g lkSia s x, fjlhoj dks Hkst
fn;k tk,xkA ;fn os vkidks okil
d‚y djrs gS]a vkidk Qksu Lopkfyr
:i ls Lohdkj dj fy;k tk,xkA ml
le;] lkjh uksfVfQds’ku lkmaM can
gks tk,xhA vkSj vU; esu vuqiyC/k gks
tk,xkA SOS eksM ls ckgj fudyus
ds fy,] gkse LØhe esa lekIr dqt
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baLV‚y djuk
LG PC
1- www.lg.com esa tk,a vkSj vius
ns’k dk p;u djsAa
2- liksVZ dk p;u djsa vkSj eksckby
Qksu liksVZ ij tk,¡A
3- vius ihlh ij],yth ihlh lqbV
dk baLV‚ys’ku iwjk djus ds fy,
LØhu ij fn, funs’Z kksa dk ikyu
djsAa
Qksu l‚¶Vos;j viMsV
baVjusV ls ,yth eksckby Qksu
l‚¶Vos;j dks v|ru djuk
bl dk;Z ds mi;ksx ds ckjs esa
vf/kd tkudkjh ds fy,] ij tk,a
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lfoZl lsVa j ij x, cxSj vkidks
baVjusV ls vius Qksu ds QeZo;s j dks
uohu laLdj.k esa viMsV djus dh
vuqefr nsrk gSA
pwfa d eksckby Qksu QeZo;s j viMsV
ds fy, v|ru djus dh çfØ;k ds
nkSjku ç;ksäk dks iw.kZ /;ku nsus dh
vko’;drk gksrh gS] —i;k vkxs c<+us
ls igys gjsd pj.k ij fn[kk, tkus
okys lHkh funs’Z kksa vkSj uksVl
~ dk ikyu
djsAa —i;k /;ku nsa fd uohuhdj.k
çfØ;k ds nkSjku USB MsVk dscy ;k
cSVjh dks gVkus ls vkids eksckby Qksu
dks xaHkhj {kfr igqpa ldrh gSAa
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lqjf{kr vkSj dq’ky mi;ksx ds fy, fn’kkfunsZ’k
—i;k bu ljy funs’Z kksa dks i<+Aas bu
fn’kkfuns’Z kksa dk ikyu ugha djuk
[krjukd ;k voS/k gks ldrk gSA
jsfM;ks vko`fÙk ÅtkZ ds fy,
,Dlikstj
jsfM;ks rjax ls laidZ rFkk
fof’k”V vo’kks”k.k nj (SAR)
lwpukA ;g eksckby Qksu
e‚My LG-A290 fMtkbu jsfM;ks
rjaxksa ds fy, ykxw lqj{kk
vko’;drkvksa ds ikyu djus ds
fy, fMtkbu fd;k x;k gSA
;s vko’;drk,a oSKkfud fn’kk
funsZ’kksa ij vk/kkfjr gS] ftuesa
lHkh O;fä;ksa] pkgs os ftl Hkh
vk;q ds gksa ;k mudh tSlh Hkh
LokLF; fLFkfr gks] dh lqj{kk dks
lqfuf’pr okyh lqj{kk ekftaZl
‘kkfey gSaA
Û jsfM;ks rjax ds laidZ ds fn’kk
funs’Z kksa esa ,d mik; bdkbZ ‘kkfey
gksrh gS ftls fof’k”V vo’kks”k.k nj
;k (SAR) ds :i esa tkuk tkrk gSA
(SAR) dk ijh{k.k lHkh ç;qä cSM
a
esa Qksu ds mPpre çkekf.kd ikoj
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Û
Û
Û
Û
ysoy ij mRltZu dh ekudhdj.k
fof/k }kjk laiUu fd;k tkrk gSA
Hkys (SAR)ysoy rFkk ,yth ds
fofHkUu Qksu e‚Myksa esa varj jgrk
gS] ij os lHkh jsfM;ks rjxksa ds
,Dlikstj ds fn’kk&funs’Z kksa ds
vuqikyu ds fygkt ls fMtkbu
fd, x, gksrs gSAa
uku&vk;ksukftax jsfM,’ku ç‚VsD’ku
(ICNIRP) ds varjkZ”Vªh; vk;ksx
Onkjk vuq’kaflr SAR lhek 10 fd-xzk
ÅÙkd ij vkSlru 2W/fd-xzk gSA
DASY4 }kjk tkap fd, x;s bl
Qksu dk dku ij mPpre SAR eku
1-14 W/kg ¼10 xzk½ gS rFkk ‘kjhj ij
/kkj.k gksus ds le; N/AW/kg(10g)
gksrk gSA
;g fMokbl dku ij lkekU;
mi;ksx dh fLFkfr esa ;k ‘kjhj ls
de ls de 1-5cm nwj bLrseky
gksus dh fLFkfr esa RF ,Dlikstj
fn’kk&funs’Z kksa dk vuqikyu djrk
gSA tc ‘kjhj ij /kkj.k djus gsrq
bLrseky djus ds fy, dSjh dsl]
csYV fDyi ;k gksYMj dk ç;ksx
fd;k tkrk gS] rc blesa /kkrq ekStnw
ugha gksuh pkfg, vkSj mRikn dks
lqjf{kr vkSj dq’ky mi;ksx ds fy, fn’kkfunsZ’k ¼tkjh½
vkids ‘kjhj ls de ls de 1-5cm
dh nwjh ij j[kuk pkfg,A MsVk
QkbYl ;k lan’s kksa dks lapfjr djus
ds Øe esa bl fMokbl dk usVodZ
ds lkFk xq.koÙkkiw.kZ dusD’ku gksuk
pkfg,A dqN fLFkfr;ksa esa MsVk Qkby
;k lan’s kksa ds lapj.k esa ,sls dusD’ku
ds miyC/k gksus rd foyEc gks
ldrk gSA lapj.k ds iwjk gksus rd
mijksä nwjh funs’Z k dk ikyu djuk
pkfg,A
mRikn dh ns[kHkky vkSj vuqj{k.k
j[kj[kko
bl fo’ks”k Qksu e‚My ds fy,
Loh—r cSVfj;k¡] pktZlZ vkSj
lgk;d midj.kksa dk gh mi;ksx
djsa fdlh Hkh nwljs çdkj dk
mi;ksx djus ij Qksu ij ykxw
gksus okys vuqeksnu ;k o‚jaVh
vekU; gks ldrs gSa vkSj ;g
[krjukd gks ldrk gS A
Û bl ;wfuV dks vyx u djsAa lq/kkjus
dh vko’;drk gksus ij bls ;ksX;
lsok rduhf’ku ds ikl ys tk,¡A
Û LG ds ,dkf/kdkj ij okjaVh ds rgr
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gksus okys ejEer esa fjIyslesVa ikVZl
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~Z ‘kkfey gks ldrs gS]a tks
u, ;k fjdaMh’kaM gks ldrs gS]a c’krsZ
fd mudk dk;Z fjIysl fd, tkus
okys ikVZl
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jsfM;ks] vkSj ilZuy daI;wVj ls
nwj j[ksAa
rki lzkrs ksa tSls jsfM,VlZ rFkk dqdj
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tkuk pkfg,A
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bl ;wfuV dks ;kaf=d daiu ;k
>Vds ls cpk,aA
dlh ml {ks= esa tgk¡ vkidks fo’ks”k
fu;euksa ds vuqikyu dh vko’;drk
gS] vki esa Qksu can j[ksAa mnkgj.k
ds fy, vius Qksu dk bLrseky
vLirky esa u djsa D;ksfa d ,slk djus
ls laons u’khy esfMdy midj.k
çHkkfor gks ldrs gSAa
pktZ gksus ds nkSjku Qksu dks xhys
gkFkksa ls u Nq,Aa blls fctyh dk
>Vdk yx ldrk gS vkSj vkids
Qksu dks xaHkhj uqdlku igqpa
ldrk gSA
gSMa lsV dks fdlh Toyu’khy lkexzh
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ds lehi u pktZ djsa blls gSMa lsV
xeZ gks ldrk gS vkSj vkx ls tqMh+
nq?kZVuk ?kV ldrh gSA
;wfuV ds ckgjh lQkbZ ds fy, ,d
lw[ks diM+s dk mi;ksx djsa ¼’kjkc ]
cst
a hu tSls foyk;dksa dk mi;ksx
u djs½a Qksu tc uje pht+ ij j[kk gks rks
bls pktZ u djsAa
Qksu dks vPNh goknkj {ks= esa pktZ
fd;k tkuk pkfg,A
bl bdkbZ dks vR;f/kd /kweiz ku ;k
/kwy ds laidZ esa u ys tk,aA
ØsfMV dkMZ ;k ifjogu fVdV ds
vkxs Qksu u j[ks]a ;g eSXusfVd
fLVªIl esa ekStnw tkudkfj;ksa dks
çHkkfor dj ldrk gSA
Qksu dks fdlh rst oLrq dh enn
ls u idM+]as blls Qksu dks uqdlku
igqpa ldrk gSA
Qksu dks fdlh rjy inkFkZ ;k ueh
ds laidZ esa u ys tk,aA
b;jQksu tSls ,sDlsljs ht dk mi;ksx
lko/kkuhiwod
Z djsAa fcuk otg ,aVhuk
dks u Nq,Aa
vkidk Qksu ,d bysDVª‚fud
fMokbl gSA tks lkekU; v‚ijs’ku ds
nkSjku rki mRiUu djrk gSA
i;kZIr osafVys’ku dh vuqifLFkfr
esa vR;ar yacs le; rd çR;{k]
Ropk ds laidZ esa vkus ls cspSuh
;k gYdh tyu gks ldrh gSA vr%
dk;Z ds nkSjku ;k Bhd ckn ds;j
dk bLrseky djsaA
n{k Qksu v‚ijs’ku
bysDVª‚fud midj.k
lHkh eksckby Qksu esa O;o/kku mRiUu
gks ldrk gS] tks blds çn’kZu dks
çHkkfor dj ldrk gSA
Û vius eksckby dk mi;ksx fpfdRlk
midj.kksa ds ikl fcuk vuqefr ds u
djsAa islesdj ij Qksu j[kus ls cpsa
mnkgj.k ds fy,]vius Åij dh tsc
esa bls u j[ksAa
Û dqN Jo.k ;a=ksa dks eksckby Qksu ls
ck/kk mRiUu gks ldrh gSA
Û gYds O;o/kku ls Vhoh] jsfM;ks] ihlh]
vkfn çHkkfor gks ldrs gSAa
lqjf{kr vkSj dq’ky mi;ksx ds fy, fn’kkfunsZ’k ¼tkjh½
lM+d lqj{kk
Mªkbo djrs le; eksckby Qksu ds
mi;ksx ls tqMs+ dkuwuksa vkSj fofu;eksa
dh tk¡p dj ysa A
Û Mªkbfoax djrs le; Qksu dks gkFk
ls u idM+Aas
Û Mªkbfoax ij iwjk /;ku nsA
Û vxj miyC/k gks rks gSMa Ýh fdV
dk ç;ksx djsAa
Û ;fn okgu pykrs le; vko’;d gks]
rks d‚y djus ;k mÙkj nsus ls igys
okgu dks lM+d ds fdukjs mrkj ysAa
Û RF ÅtkZ vkidh dkj dh dqN
bysDVª‚fud ç.kkfy;ksa tSls dkj
LVhfj;ks rFkk lqj{kk midj.k dks
çHkkfor dj ldrh gS&
Û tc vkidk okgu ,;j cSx ls
lqlfTtr gks] rks blesa LFkkfir ;k
iksVcZs y ok;jysl midj.k ls
ck/kk u Mkys]a blls ,;j cSx ds
dke u djus ;k Bhd ls dke u
djus dh otg ls xaHkhj uqdlku gks
ldrk gSA
viuh Jo.k {kerk dks uqdlku
ls cpk,aA
;fn vki yacs le; rd rst vkokt
lquxas s rks vkidh Jo.k {kerk dks
uqdlku igqpa xs kA blfy, vkidks
lykg nh tkrh gS fd vius dku ds
ikl vius gSMa lsV dks can ;k pkyw u
djsAa ge ;g Hkh vuq’kalk djrs gSa fd
laxhr rFkk d‚y dk o‚Y;we lgh Lrj
ij lsV j[ksAa
lwpuk:
uk vR;f/kd /ofu b;jQksu ds
ncko ls Jo.k {kerk dks uqdlku
igqpa ldrk gSA
dkap ikVZ~l
vkids eksckby midj.k ds dqN fgLls
dkap ls cus gksrs gSAa ;fn vkidk
eksckby fdlh dM+h lrg ij fxjrk
gS] ;k blds lkFk tksj dk VDdj gks
rks ;g dkap VwV ldrh gSA ;fn dkap
VwV tk, rks mls u Nq,a ;k gVkus dk
ç;kl u djsAa vf/k—r lsok çnkrk
Onkjk VwVh gqbZ dkap ds cnys tkus rd
vius eksckby dk ç;ksx can dj nsAa
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foLQksV {ks=
cPps
,sls {ks= esa tgka foLQksV fd;k tk
jgk gks vius Qksu dk bLrseky u
djsAa çfrca/kksa dk /;ku j[ksa vkSj
fu;e&dkuwuksa dk ikyu djsAa
vius Qksu dks ,sls lqjf{kr LFkku ij
j[ksa tgka NksVs cPps u igqpa ldsAa
blds dbZ NksV&s NksVs iqtZs gksrs gS]a tks
muds xys esa vVd ldrs gSAa
laHkkfor foLQksVd okrkoj.k
vkikrdkyhu d‚y
Û blh ba/ku Hkjus okys LFkku ij vius
Qksu dk bLrseky u djsAa
Û ba/ku ;k jlk;u ds ikl bldk
ç;ksx u djsAa
Û ifjogu dh nqdku gS ;k ugha
vius okgu ds mlh dEikVZeVas
esa Toyu’khy xSl] rjy ;k
foLQksVdksa dks u j[ksa ftlesa vki
viuk eksckby Qksu ;k ,sDlsljht
j[krs gSAa
lHkh eksckby usVodZ esa vkikrdkyhu
d‚y miyC/k ugha gks ldrs gSA vr%
vkidks vkikrdkyhu d‚yksa ds fy,
iwjh rjg ls Qksu ij fuHkZj ugha jguk
pkfg,A vius LFkkuh; lsok çnkrk ls
blds ckjs esa iwNrkN djsAa
foeku esa
ok;jysl midj.kksa ls foeku esa
O;o/kku mRiUu gks ldrk gSA
Û fdlh Hkh foeku esa lokj gksus ls
igys viuk eksckby Qksu can djsAa
Û pkyd ny dh vuqefr ds cxSj vki
bldk bLrseky Hkwfe ij u djsAa
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cSVjh dh tkudkjh vkSj bldh
ns[kHkky
Û fjpktZ djus ls igys cSVjh dks
iwjh rjg ls fMLpktZ djus dh
vko’;drk ugha gksrhA vU; cSVjh
ç.kkfy;ksa ds foijhr dksbZ ,slk Le`fr
çHkko ugha gS] tks cSVjh ds çn’kZu
dks çHkkfor djsA
Û dsoy LG cSVjh vkSj pktZj dk gh
mi;ksx djsAa LG pktZj dks cSVjh
dh vk;q dks vf/kdre j[kus ds fy,
fMtkbu fd;k x;k gSA
Û cSVjh iSd dks vyx&vyx u djsa
;k ‘k‚VZ lfdZV u mRiUu djsAa
lqjf{kr vkSj dq’ky mi;ksx ds fy, fn’kkfunsZ’k ¼tkjh½
Û cSVjh ds /kkrq okys fdukjs dks lkQ
j[ksAa
Û tc ;g Lohdk;Z çn’kZu u dj lds
rks bls cny nsAa cSVjh iSd dks
cnys tkus ls igys 100 ckj fjpktZ
fd;k tk ldrk gSA
Û mi;ksfxrk vf/kdre djus ds fy,
;fn cSVjh dks yacs le; bLrseky
esa u yk;k x;k gks] rks bls fjpkt
dj ysAa
Û cSVjh pktZj dks lh/ks /kwi esa u ys
tk,a] ;k bldk bLrseky ckFk:e
tSls mPp vknZrz k okys LFkku esa
u djsAa
Û cSVjh dks xeZ ;k BaMs LFkkuksa esa u
NksM]as+ D;ksfa d blls cSVjh dk çn’kZu
{kerk de gks ldrh gSA
Û vxj cSVjh dks xyr çdkj ls
cnyk tkrk gS rks foLQksV dk [krjk
jgrk gSA
Û fuekZrk ds funs’Z kksa ds vuqlkj gh
cSVjh dk bLrseky djsAa tc Hkh
laHko gks —i;k bls fjlkbdy djsAa
bls ?kjsyw dpjs ds :i esa u Qsd
a Aas
Û ;fn vkidks cSVjh cnyus dh t:jr
gS]bls vki vius fudVre vf/k—r
,yth bysDVª‚fuDl lsok dsæa ij ys
tk,a ;k lgk;rk ds fy, Mhyj ds
ikl ysdj tk,aA
Û pktZj dks vuko’;d fctyh dh
[kir ls cpkus ds fy, iwjh rjg ls
pktZ gks tkus ds ckn pktZj dks oky
l‚dsV ls ckgj fudky nsAa
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dafQxjs’ku] ç‚MDV lsfVax] mi;ksx
iSVuZ] cSVjh rFkk okrkoj.k dh
ifjfLFkfr;ksa ij fuHkZj djrh gSA
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lgk;d midj.k
vkids eksckby Qksu ds fy, fofHkUu çdkj ds ,sDlsljht gksrs gSAa vki
viuh O;fäxr lapkj vko’;drkvksa ds vuqlkj bu fodYiksa dk p;u dj
ldrs gSAa
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ij vkidh okjaVh vekU; gks ldrh gSA
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tkudkjh ds fy, —i;k vius {ks=h; lsok daiuh ;k ,tsVa ls laidZ djsAa •
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Hereby, LG Electronics declares that this
LG-A290 product is in compliance with
the essential requirements and other
relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
A copy of the Declaration of Conformity
can be found at http://www.lg.com/global/
support/cedoc/RetrieveProductCeDOC.jsp
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dHkh vius vki can gks
tkrk gSA
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pkftaxZ laidZ lrgksa dks iksNAas
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djsAa
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nks”kiw.kZ cSVjh
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pkyw ugha djokbZ gSA vf/kd tkudkjh ds fy, lsok
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