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LG Wink User Guide
ENGLISH
Congratulations on your purchase
of the advanced and compact
Wink phone by LG, designed to
operate with the latest digital mobile
communication technology.
Your new LG Wink provides enhanced call quality
through LG’s voice and sound engine which
automatically adjusts listening level and improves
speech quality by removing background noise from
incoming calls.
Contents
For Your Safety .................. 5 Videotron Store ................ 62
Guidelines for safe and
Call History ...................... 63
efficient use ..................... 13 All Calls................................63
Missed Calls .........................63
Getting to know your
phone ............................... 41 Dialed Calls ..........................63
Received Calls ......................63
Getting started ................. 44 Games&Apps ................... 64
Installing the SIM and battery 44
Installing a memory card .......47
Your Home screen ........... 48
On-Screen Icons ...................48
General functions ............ 49
Making a call ........................49
Making a Call with
the Send Key ........................49
Making International Calls .....49
Ending a Call ........................50
Making a Call from
the Contacts .........................50
Answering a Call ...................50
Adjusting the Volume ............51
Entering Text.........................51
During a Call ........................55
Conference Calls ..................57
Games & Applications ...........64
Videotron Portal ............... 65
Home ..................................65
Enter URL .............................67
Bookmarks ...........................67
Saved Pages .......................67
Recent Pages ......................68
Browser Settings .................68
Messaging ....................... 71
Create Message ...................71
Inbox ..................................75
Outbox .................................76
Drafts ..................................77
Sentbox................................77
Voicemail .............................77
Message Settings .................78
Menu Tree ........................ 60
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Contents
My Stuff ........................... 82 Settings ........................... 96
Music Player.........................82
Camera ................................83
Sound ..................................83
Pictures................................83
Video ..................................84
Other Files............................84
File Manager ........................85
Tools ................................ 86
Voice Command ...................86
Alarm Clock..........................88
Calendar ..............................89
Notepad ...............................90
Calculator.............................91
World Clock ..........................91
Tasks ..................................91
Stopwatch ............................92
Tip Calculator .......................93
Unit Converter.......................93
Contacts........................... 94
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Contact List ..........................94
New Contact.........................94
Caller Groups........................94
Speed Dial Lists ....................95
SIM Management .................95
My Numbers.........................95
Sound ..................................96
Display .................................97
Phone Settings .....................98
Connection .........................102
Call ................................106
Application Settings ............109
Memory .............................109
Phone Information...............110
Accessories ................... 111
Trouble Shooting ............ 112
For Your Safety
Important Information Always store your phone
This user guide contains
important information on
the use and operation of
this phone. Please read all
the information carefully for
optimal performance and to
prevent any damage to or
misuse of the phone. Any
changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this user
guide could void your warranty
for this equipment.
Before You Start
Safety Instructions
WARNING
To reduce the possibility
of electric shock, do not
expose your phone to high
humidity areas, such as
the bathroom, swimming
pool, etc.
away from heat. Never store
your phone in settings that
may expose it to temperatures
less than 32°F or greater than
104°F, such as outside during
extreme weather conditions
or in your car on a hot day.
Exposure to excessive cold or
heat will result in malfunction,
damage and/or catastrophic
failure.
Be careful when using
your phone near other
electronic devices. RF
emissions from your mobile
phone may affect nearby in
adequately shielded electronic
equipment. You should consult
with manufacturers of any
personal medical devices such
as pacemakers and hearing
aides to determine if they are
susceptible to interference
from your mobile phone.
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For Your Safety
Turn off your phone in a
medical facility or at a gas
station. Never place your
phone in a microwave oven as
this will cause the battery to
explode.
IMPORTANT! Please read the
TIA SAFETY INFORMATION on
page 123 before using your
phone.
Safety Information
Read these simple guidelines.
Breaking the rules may be
dangerous or illegal. Further
detailed information is given in
this user guide.
• Never use an unapproved
battery since this could
damage the phone and/or
battery and could cause the
battery to explode.
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• Never place your phone
in a microwave oven as it
will cause the battery to
explode.
• Do not dispose of your
battery by fire or with
hazardous or flammable
materials.
• Make sure that no sharpedged items come into
contact with the battery.
There is a risk of this
causing a fire.
• Store the battery in a place
out of reach of children.
• Be careful that children do
not swallow any parts such
as rubber plugs (earphone,
connection parts of the
phone, etc.). This could
cause asphyxiation or
suffocation.
• Unplug the power cord and
charger during lightning
storms to avoid electric
shock or fire.
• When riding in a car, do
not leave your phone or set
up the hands-free kit near
to the air bag. If wireless
equipment is improperly
installed and the air bag
is activated, you may be
seriously injured.
• Do not use a hand-held
phone while driving.
• Do not use the phone in
areas where its use is
prohibited. (For example:
aircraft).
• Do not expose the battery
charger or adapter to direct
sunlight or use it in places
with high humidity, such as
a bathroom.
• Never store your phone in
temperatures less than- 4°F
or greater than 122°F.
• Do not use harsh chemicals
(such as alcohol, benzene,
thinners, etc.) or detergents
to clean your phone. There
is a risk of this causing a
fire.
• Do not drop, strike, or
shake your phone severely.
Such actions may harm the
internal circuit boards of the
phone.
• Do not use your phone in
high explosive areas as the
phone may generate sparks.
• Do not damage the power
cord by bending, twisting,
pulling, or heating.
• Do not use the plug if it is
loose as it may cause a fire
or electric shock.
• Do not place any heavy
items on the power cord. Do
not allow the power cord to
be crimped as it may cause
fire or electric shock.
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For Your Safety
• Do not handle the phone
with wet hands while it
is being charged. It may
cause an electric shock
or seriously damage your
phone.
• Do not disassemble the
phone.
• Do not place or answer calls
while charging the phone
as it may short-circuit the
phone and/or cause electric
shock or fire.
• Only use the batteries,
antennas, and chargers
provided by LG.
The warranty will not be
applied to products provided
by other suppliers.
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• Only authorized personnel
should service the phone
and its accessories. Faulty
installation or service may
result in accidents and
consequently invalidate the
warranty.
• Do not hold or let the
antenna come in contact
with your body during a call.
• An emergency call can be
made only within a service
area. For an emergency
call, make sure that you are
within a service area and
that the phone is turned on.
• Use accessories, such as
earphones and headsets,
with caution. Ensure that
cables are tucked away
safely and do not touch the
antenna unnecessarily.
Memory card
information and care
• Always insert/ remove the
memory card while the
handset power is off. If you
remove it while the power is
on, it may be damaged.
• If a damage cannot be fixed,
format the memory card.
• The memory card cannot be
used for recording copyright
protected data.
• Do not write forcefully on
the memo area.
• Carry and store the memory
card in its case.
• Do not allow the memory
card to get wet.
• Do not leave the memory
card in extremely hot
location.
• Do not disassemble or
modify the memory card.
FCC RF Exposure
Information
WARNING
Read this information
before operating the
phone.
In August 1996, the Federal
Communications Commission
(FCC) of the United States,
with its action in Report
and Order FCC 96-326,
adopted an updated safety
standard for human exposure
to radio frequency (RF)
electromagnetic energy
emitted by FCC regulated
transmitters. Those guidelines
are consistent with the safety
standard previously set by
both U.S. and international
standards bodies.
The design of this phone
complies with the FCC
guidelines and these
international standards.
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For Your Safety
CAUTION
Use only the supplied and
approved antenna. Use of
unauthorized antennas or
modifications could impair
call quality, damage the
phone, void your warranty
and/or result in violation of
FCC regulations. Do not use
the phone with a damaged
antenna. If a damaged
antenna comes into contact
with skin, a minor burn may
result. Contact your local
dealer for a replacement
antenna.
Body-worn Operation
This device was tested for
typical body-worn operations
with the back of the phone
kept 0.79 inches (2cm)
between the user’s body
and the back of the phone.
To comply with FCC RF
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exposure requirements, a
minimum separation distance
of 0.79 inches (2cm) must
be maintained between the
user’s body and the back
of the phone. Third-party
belt-clips, holsters, and
similar accessories containing
metallic components should
not be used.
Body-worn accessories that
cannot maintain 0.79 inches
(2cm) separation distance
between the user’s body
and the back of the phone,
and have not been tested for
typical body-worn operations
may not comply with FCC RF
exposure limits and should be
avoided.
Vehicle Mounted
External Antenna
(optional, if available)
received, including
interference that may cause
undesired operation.
A minimum separation
distance of 8 inches (20cm)
must be maintained between
the user/bystander and the
vehicle mounted external
antenna to satisfy FCC RF
exposure requirements.
For more information about
RF exposure, visit the FCC
website at www.fcc.gov
Cautions for Battery
FCC Part 15 Class B
Compliance
This device and its accessories
comply with part 15 of FCC
rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:
• Do not disassemble.
• Do not short-circuit.
• Do not expose to high
temperature: 60°C (140°F).
• Do not incinerate.
Battery Disposal
• Please dispose of your
battery properly or bring to
your local wireless carrier
for recycling.
• Do not dispose in fire
or with hazardous or
flammable materials.
(1) This device and its
accessories may not cause
harmful interference, and (2)
this device and its accessories
must accept any interference
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For Your Safety
Adapter (Charger)
Cautions
Avoid damage to your
hearing
• Using the wrong battery
charger could damage
your phone and void your
warranty.
• Damage to your hearing can
occur if you are exposed to
loud sound for long periods
of time. We therefore
recommend that you do not
turn on or off the handset
close to your ear. We also
recommend that music and
call volumes are set to a
reasonable level.
• The adapter or battery
charger is intended for
indoor use only.
Do not expose the adapter
or battery charger to direct
sunlight or use it in places
with high humidity, such as the
bathroom.
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• 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
particularly imperative when
attempting to cross the
street.
Guidelines for safe and efficient use
TIA Safety
Information
guidelines with safety levels
for handheld wireless phones.
Provided herein is the
complete TIA Safety
Information for Wireless
Handheld phones. Inclusion of
the text covering Pacemakers,
Hearing Aids, and Other
Medical Devices is required
in the owner’s manual for
CTIA Certification. Use of the
remaining TIA language is
encouraged when appropriate.
Those guidelines are
consistent with the safety
standards previously set by
both U.S. and international
standards bodies:
Exposure to Radio
Frequency Signal
Your wireless handheld
portable telephone is a
lowpower radio transmitter
and receiver. When it is ON, it
receives and also sends out
radio frequency (RF) signals.
In August, 1996, the Federal
Communications Commissions
(FCC) adopted RF exposure
ANSI C95.1 (1992) *
NCRP Report 86 (1986)
ICNIRP (1996)
Those standards were based
on comprehensive and
periodic evaluations of the
relevant scientific literature.
For example, over 120
scientists, engineers, and
physicians from universities,
government health agencies,
and industry reviewed the
available body of research to
develop the ANSI Standard
(C95.1).
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* American National Standards
Institute; National Council
on Radiation Protection and
Measurements; International
Commission on Non-Ionizing
Radiation Protection
The design of your phone
complies with the FCC
guidelines (and those
standards).
Antenna Care
Use only the supplied or
an approved replacement
antenna. Unauthorized
antennas, modifications, or
attachments could damage
the phone and may violate
FCC regulations.
Phone Operation
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NORMAL POSITION: Hold the
phone as you would any other
telephone with the antenna
pointed up and over your
shoulder.
Tips on Efficient
Operation
For your phone to operate
most efficiently:
• Do not touch the antenna
unnecessarily when the
phone is in use. Contact
with the antenna affects call
quality and may cause the
phone to operate at a higher
power level than otherwise
needed.
Driving
Check the laws and
regulations on the use of
wireless phones in the areas
where you drive. Always obey
them. Also, if using your phone
while driving, please:
• Give full attention to driving
- driving safely is your first
responsibility;
• Use hands-free operation, if
available;
• Pull off the road and park
before making or answering
a call if driving conditions so
require.
independent research by and
recommendations of Wireless
Technology Research. Persons
with pacemakers:
Electronic Devices
• Should ALWAYS keep the
phone more than six inches
from their pacemaker when
the phone is turned ON;
Most modern electronic
equipment is shielded from RF
signals.
However, certain electronic
equipment may not be
shielded against the RF signals
from your wireless phone.
Pacemakers
The Health Industry
Manufacturers Association
recommends that a minimum
separation of six (6’) inches
be maintained between a
handheld wireless phone
and a pacemaker to avoid
potential interference with the
pacemaker.
These recommendations
are consistent with the
• 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, turn your
phone OFF immediately.
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Hearing Aids
Health Care Facilities
Some digital wireless phones
may interfere with some
hearing aids. In the event of
such interference, you may
want to consult your service
provider.
Turn your phone OFF in
health care facilities when
any regulations posted in
these areas instruct you to do
so. Hospitals or health care
facilities may use equipment
that could be sensitive to
external RF energy.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal
medical device, consult the
manufacturer of your device
to determine if they are
adequately shielded from
external RF energy. Your
physician may be able to
assist you in obtaining this
information.
Vehicles
RF signals may affect
improperly installed or
inadequately shielded
electronic systems in
motor vehicles. Check with
the manufacturer or its
representative regarding your
vehicle.
You should also consult
the manufacturer of any
equipment that has been
added to your vehicle.
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Posted Facilities
Turn your phone OFF in any
facility where posted notices
so require.
Aircraft
FCC regulations prohibit using
your phone while in the air.
Turn your phone OFF before
boarding an aircraft.
Blasting Areas
To avoid interfering with
blasting operations, turn your
phone OFF when in a ‘blasting
areas or in areas posted: ‘Turn
off two-way radio’. Obey all
signs and instructions.
Potentially Explosive
Atmosphere
Turn your phone OFF when
in any area with a potentially
explosive atmosphere and
obey all signs and instructions.
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, marked
clearly.
Potential areas may include:
fueling areas (such as gasoline
stations); below deck on boats;
fuel or chemical transfer or
storage facilities; vehicles
using liquefied petroleum gas
(such as propane or butane);
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.
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For Vehicles Equipped
with an Air Bag
Charger and Adapter
Safety
An air bag inflates with great
force. DO NOT place objects,
including either installed or
portable wireless equipment,
in the area over the air bag
or in the air bag deployment
area. If in-vehicle wireless
equipment is improperly
installed and the air bag
inflates, serious injury could
result.
• The charger and adapter
are intended for indoor use
only.
Safety Information
Please read and observe the
following information for safe
and proper use of your phone
and to prevent damage. Also,
keep the user guide in an
accessible place at all the
times after reading it.
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Battery Information and
Care
• Please dispose of your
battery properly or take it to
your local wireless carrier
for recycling.
• The battery does not need
to be fully discharged before
recharging.
• Use only LG-approved
chargers specific to your
phone model since they
are designed to maximize
battery life.
• Do not disassemble or
impact the battery as it
may cause electric shock,
short-circuit, and fire. Store
the battery in a place out of
reach of children.
• Keep the battery’s metal
contacts clean.
• Replace the battery when
it no longer provides
acceptable performance.
The battery can be
recharged several hundred
times before replacement.
• Recharge the battery after
long periods of non-use to
maximize battery life.
• Battery life will vary due
to usage patterns and
environmental conditions.
• Use of extended
backlighting, MEdia
Net Browsing, and data
connectivity kits affect
battery life and talk/standby
times.
• The self-protection function
of the battery cuts the
power of the phone when its
operation is in an abnormal
state. In this case, remove
the battery from the phone,
reinstall it, and turn the
phone on.
• Actual battery life will
depend on network
configuration, product
settings, usage patterns,
battery and environmental
conditions.
Explosion, Shock, and
Fire Hazards
• Do not put your phone in a
place subject to excessive
dust and keep the minimum
required distance between
the power cord and heat
sources.
• Unplug the power cord prior
to cleaning your phone, and
clean the power plug pin
when it is dirty.
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• When using the power
plug, ensure that it is firmly
connected.
If it is not, it may cause
excessive heat or fire.
General Notice
• If you put your phone in
a pocket or bag without
covering the receptacle of
the phone (power plug pin),
metallic articles (such as a
coin, paperclip or pen) may
short-circuit the phone.
Always cover the receptacle
when not in use.
• Do not place items
containing magnetic
components such as a
credit card, phone card,
bank book or subway
ticket near your phone. The
magnetism of the phone
may damage the data
stored in the magnetic strip.
• Do not short-circuit the
battery. Metallic articles
such as a coin, paperclip or
pen in your pocket or bag
may short-circuit the + and
– terminals of the battery
(metal strips on the battery)
upon moving. Short-circuit
of the terminal may damage
the battery and cause an
explosion.
• Talking on your phone for
a long period of time may
reduce call quality due to
heat generated during use.
• Using a damaged battery
or placing a battery in your
mouth may cause serious
injury.
• When the phone is not used
for a long period time, store
it in a safe place with the
power cord unplugged.
• Using the phone in proximity
to receiving equipment (i.e.,
TV or radio) may cause
interference to the phone.
• Do not use the phone if the
antenna is damaged. If a
damaged antenna contacts
skin, it may cause a slight
burn. Please contact an LG
Authorized Service Centre
to replace the damaged
antenna.
• Do not immerse your phone
in water. If this happens,
turn it off immediately and
remove the battery. If the
phone does not work, take it
to an LG Authorized Service
Centre.
your important phone
numbers. (Ringtones, text
messages, voice messages,
pictures, and videos could
also be deleted.) The
manufacturer is not liable
for damage due to the loss
of data.
• When you use the phone in
public places, set the ring
tone to vibration so as not to
disturb others.
• Do not turn your phone on
or off when putting it in your
ear.
• Do not paint your phone.
• The data saved in your
phone might be deleted
due to careless use, repair
of the phone, or upgrade of
the software. Please backup
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FDA Consumer Update
The U.S. Food and Drug
Administration Centre for
Devices and Radiological
Health Consumer Update on
Mobile Phones.
1.Do wireless phones
pose a health hazard?
The available scientific
evidence does not show
that any health problems
are associated with using
wireless phones. There
is no proof, however,
that wireless phones are
absolutely safe. Wireless
phones emit low levels of
radio frequency energy (RF)
in the microwave range
while being used. They also
emit very low levels of RF
when in the standby mode.
Whereas high levels of RF
can produce health effects
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(by heating tissue), exposure
to low level RF that does
not produce heating effects
causes no known adverse
health effects. Many
studies of low level RF
exposures have not found
any biological effects. Some
studies have suggested that
some biological effects may
occur, but such findings
have not been confirmed by
additional research. In some
cases, other researchers
have had difficulty in
reproducing those studies,
or in determining the
reasons for inconsistent
results.
2.What is the FDA’s role
concerning the safety
of wireless phones?
Under the law, the FDA does
not review the safety of
radiation emitting consumer
products such as wireless
phones before they can be
sold, as it does with new
drugs or medical devices.
However, the agency has
authority to take action if
wireless phones are shown
to emit radio frequency
energy (RF) at a level that
is hazardous to the user. In
such a case, the FDA could
require the manufacturers
of wireless phones to notify
users of the health hazard
and to repair, replace, or
recall the phones so that the
hazard no longer exists.
Although the existing
scientific data do not justify
FDA regulatory actions, the
FDA has urged the wireless
phone industry to take a
number of steps, including
the following:
• Support needed research
into possible biological
effects of RF of the type
emitted by wireless
phones;
• Design wireless phones in
a way that minimizes any
RF exposure to the user
that is not necessary for
device function.
• Cooperate in providing
users of wireless phones
with the best possible
information on possible
effects of wireless phone
use on human health.
The FDA belongs to an
interagency working group
of the federal agencies
that have responsibility
for different aspects of RF
safety to ensure coordinated
efforts at the federal level.
The following agencies
belong to this working
group:
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• National Institute for
Occupational Safety and
Health
• Environmental Protection
Agency
• Occupational Safety and
Health Administration
(Administración de
la seguridad y salud
laborales)
• Occupational Safety and
Health Administration
• National
Telecommunications and
Information Administration
The National Institutes of
Health participates in some
interagency working group
activities, as well.
The FDA shares regulatory
responsibilities for wireless
phones with the Federal
Communications Commission
(FCC). All phones that are
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sold in the United States
must comply with FCC
safety guidelines that limit
RF exposure. The FCC relies
on the FDA and other health
agencies for safety questions
about wireless phones.
The FCC also regulates the
base stations that the wireless
phone networks rely upon.
While these base stations
operate at higher power
than do the wireless phones
themselves, the RF exposures
that people get from these
base stations are typically
thousands of times lower
than those they can get from
wireless phones. Base stations
are thus not the subject of the
safety questions discussed in
this document.
3.What kinds of phones
are the subject of this
update?
The term ‘wireless phone’
refers here to handheld
wireless phones with built-in
antennas, often called
‘cell’, ‘mobile’, or ‘PCS’
phones. These types of
wireless phones can expose
the user to measurable
radiofrequency energy
(RF) because of the short
distance between the phone
and the user’s head. These
RF exposures are limited
by FCC safety guidelines
that were developed with
the advice of the FDA and
other federal health and
safety agencies. When the
phone is located at greater
distances from the user, the
exposure to RF is drastically
lower because a person’s
RF exposure decreases
rapidly with increasing
distance from the source.
The so-called ‘cordless
phones,’ which have a
base unit connected to the
telephone wiring in a house,
typically operate at far lower
power levels, and thus
produce RF exposures far
below the FCC safety limits.
4.What are the results
of the research done
already?
The research done thus far
has produced conflicting
results, and many studies
have suffered from flaws
in their research methods.
Animal experiments
investigating the effects of
radiofrequency energy (RF)
exposures characteristic
of wireless phones
have yielded conflicting
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results that often cannot
be repeated in other
laboratories. A few animal
studies, however, have
suggested that low levels
of RF could accelerate the
development of cancer in
laboratory animals. However,
many of the studies that
showed increased tumor
development used animals
that had been genetically
engineered or treated with
cancer causing chemicals
so as to be predisposed
to develop cancer in the
absence of RF exposure.
Other studies exposed the
animals to RF for up to
22 hours per day. These
conditions are not similar
to the conditions under
which people use wireless
phones, so we don’t know
with certainty what the
results of such studies
mean for human health.
Three large epidemiology
studies have been published
since December 2000.
Between them, the studies
investigated any possible
association between the
use of wireless phones
and primary brain cancer,
glioma, meningioma, or
acoustic neuroma, tumors
of the brain or salivary
gland, leukemia, or other
cancers. None of the studies
demonstrated the existence
of any harmful health
effects from wireless phone
RF exposures.
However, none of the
studies can answer
questions about long
term exposures, since the
average period of phone use
in these studies was around
three years.
5.What research is
needed to decide
whether RF exposure
from wireless phones
poses a health risk?
A combination of laboratory
studies and epidemiological
studies of people actually
using wireless phones
would provide some of
the data that are needed.
Lifetime animal exposure
studies could be completed
in a few years. However,
very large numbers of
animals would be needed
to provide reliable proof of
a cancer promoting effect if
one exists. Epidemiological
studies can provide data
that is directly applicable
to human populations, but
10 or more years follow-up
may be needed to provide
answers about some health
effects, such as cancer.
This is because the
interval between the time
of exposure to a cancercausing agent and the time
tumors develop - if they
do may be many, many
years. The interpretation
of epidemiological studies
is hampered by difficulties
in measuring actual RF
exposure during day-to-day
use of wireless phones.
Many factors affect this
measurement, such as the
angle at which the phone
is held, or which model of
phone is used.
6.What is the FDA doing
to find out more about
the possible health
effects of wireless
phone RF?
The FDA is working with
the U.S. National Toxicology
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Program and with groups
of investigators around
the world to ensure that
high priority animal studies
are conducted to address
important questions about
the effects of exposure
to radiofrequency energy
(RF). The FDA has been
a leading participant
in the World Health
Organization International
Electromagnetic Fields
(EMF) Project since its
inception in 1996. An
influential result of this work
has been the development
of a detailed agenda of
research needs that has
driven the establishment
of new research programs
around the world. The
project has also helped
develop a series of public
information documents
on EMF issues. The
FDA and the Cellular
Telecommunications &
Internet Association (CTIA)
have a formal Cooperative
Research and Development
Agreement (CRADA) to do
research on wireless phone
safety. The FDA provides
the scientific oversight,
obtaining input from experts
in government, industry, and
academic organizations.
CTIA funded research
is conducted through
contracts with independent
investigators. The initial
research will include both
laboratory studies and
studies of wireless phone
users. The CRADA will also
include a broad assessment
of additional research needs
in the context of the latest
research developments
around the world.
7.How can I find
out how much
radiofrequency energy
exposure I can get
by using my wireless
phone?
All phones sold in the United
States must comply with
Federal Communications
Commission (FCC)
guidelines that limit
radiofrequency energy (RF)
exposures.
The FCC established these
guidelines in consultation
with the FDA and the
other federal health and
safety agencies. The FCC
limit for RF exposure from
wireless telephones is set
at a Specific Absorption
Rate (SAR) of 1.6 watts
per kilogram (1.6 W/kg).
The FCC limit is consistent
with the safety standards
developed by the Institute
of Electrical and Electronic
Engineering (IEEE) and
the National Council on
Radiation Protection and
Measurement. The exposure
limit takes into consideration
the body’s ability to remove
heat from the tissues that
absorb energy from the
wireless phone and is set
well below levels known to
have effects. Manufacturers
of wireless phones must
report the RF exposure level
for each model of phone to
the FCC. The FCC website
(http://www.fcc.gov/oet/
rfsafety) gives directions
for locating the FCC
identification number on
your phone so you can find
your phone’s RF exposure
level in the online listing.
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8.What has the FDA
done to measure the
radiofrequency energy
coming from wireless
phones?
The Institute of Electrical
and Electronic Engineers
(IEEE) is developing
a technical standard
for measuring the
radiofrequency energy
(RF) exposure from
wireless phones and other
wireless handsets with the
participation and leadership
of FDA scientists and
engineers. The standard,
‘Recommended Practice for
Determining the SpatialPeak Specific Absorption
Rate (SAR) in the Human
Body Due to Wireless
Communications Devices:
Experimental Techniques,’
sets forth the first consistent
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test methodology for
measuring the rate at which
RF is deposited in the heads
of wireless phone users. The
test method uses a tissues
imulating model of the
human head. Standardized
SAR test methodology
is expected to greatly
improve the consistency
of measurements made at
different laboratories on the
same phone. SAR is the
measurement of the amount
of energy absorbed in
tissue, either by the whole
body or a small part of
the body. It is measured in
watts/kg (or milliwatts/g) of
matter. This measurement is
used to determine whether
a wireless phone complies
with safety guidelines.
9.What steps can I take
to reduce my exposure
to radiofrequency
energy from my
wireless phone?
If there is a risk from these
products - and at this
point we do not know that
there is - it is probably
very small. But if you are
concerned about avoiding
even potential risks, you can
take a few simple steps to
minimize your exposure to
radiofrequency energy (RF).
Since time is a key factor
in how much exposure a
person receives, reducing
the amount of time spent
using a wireless phone will
reduce RF exposure. If you
must conduct extended
conversations by wireless
phone every day, you
could place more distance
between your body and the
source of the RF, since the
exposure level drops off
dramatically with distance.
For example, you could
use a headset and carry
the wireless phone away
from your body or use a
wireless phone connected
to a remote antenna. Again,
the scientific data do not
demonstrate that wireless
phones are harmful. But if
you are concerned about
the RF exposure from
these products, you can
use measures like those
described above to reduce
your RF exposure from
wireless phone use.
10. What about children
using wireless
phones?
The scientific evidence
does not show a danger to
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users of wireless phones,
including children and
teenagers. If you want
to take steps to lower
exposure to radiofrequency
energy (RF), the measures
described above would
apply to children and
teenagers using wireless
phones. Reducing the time
of wireless phone use and
increasing the distance
between the user and the
RF source will reduce RF
exposure. Some groups
sponsored by other national
governments have advised
that children be discouraged
from using wireless phones
at all. For example, the
government in the United
Kingdom distributed
leaflets containing such
a recommendation in
December 2000. They
noted that no evidence
exists that using a wireless
phone causes brain
tumors or other ill effects.
Their recommendation to
limit wireless phone use
by children was strictly
precautionary; it was not
based on scientific evidence
that any health hazard
exists.
11. What about wireless
phone interference
with medical
equipment?
Radiofrequency energy
(RF) from wireless phones
can interact with some
electronic devices. For
this reason, the FDA
helped develop a detailed
test method to measure
electromagnetic interference
(EMI) of implanted
cardiac pacemakers
and defibrillators from
wireless telephones. This
test method is now part
of a standard sponsored
by the Association for the
Advancement of Medical
instrumentation (AAMI).
The final draft, a joint
effort by the FDA, medical
device manufacturers, and
many other groups, was
completed in late 2000.
This standard will allow
manufacturers to ensure
that cardiac pacemakers
and defibrillators are safe
from wireless phone EMI.
The FDA has tested hearing
aids for interference from
handheld wireless phones
and helped develop
a voluntary standard
sponsored by the Institute
of Electrical and Electronic
Engineers (IEEE). This
standard specifies test
methods and performance
requirements for hearing
aids and wireless phones
so that no interference
occurs when a person
uses a ‘compatible’ phone
and a ‘compatible’ hearing
aid at the same time. This
standard was approved
by the IEEE in 2000. The
FDA continues to monitor
the use of wireless phones
for possible interactions
with other medical devices.
Should harmful interference
be found to occur, the FDA
will conduct testing to
assess the interference and
work to resolve the problem.
12. Where can I
find additional
information?
For additional information,
please refer to the following
resources:
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FDA web page on wireless
phones
(http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/
phones/index.html)
Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) RF Safety
Program
(http://www.fcc.gov/oet/
rfsafety)
International Commission
on Non-lonizing Radiation
Protection
(http://www.icnirp.de)
World Health Organization
(WHO) International EMF
Project
(http://www.who.int/emf)
National Radiological
Protection Board (UK)
(http://www.nrpb.org.uk/)
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10 Driver Safety Tips
Your wireless phone gives
you the powerful ability
to communicate by voice
almost anywhere, anytime.
An important responsibility
accompanies the benefits
of wireless phones, one that
every user must uphold.
When operating a car, driving
is your first responsibility.
When using your wireless
phone behind the wheel of a
car, practice good common
sense and remember the
following tips:
1. Get to know your wireless
phone and its features
such as speed dial and
redial. Carefully read your
instruction manual and
learn to take advantage
of valuable features most
phones offer, including
automatic redial and
memory.
2. When available, use a
handsfree device. A number
of handsfree wireless phone
accessories are readily
available today. Whether
you choose an installed
mounted device for your
wireless phone or a speaker
phone accessory, take
advantage of these devices
if available to you.
3. Position your wireless
phone within easy reach.
Make sure you place your
wireless phone within easy
reach and where you can
reach it without removing
your eyes from the road.
If you get an incoming call
at an inconvenient time, if
possible, let your voicemail
answer it for you.
4. Suspend conversations
during hazardous driving
conditions or situations. Let
the person you are speaking
with know you are driving; if
necessary, suspend the call
in heavy traffic or hazardous
weather conditions. Rain,
sleet, snow and ice can be
hazardous, but so is heavy
traffic. As a driver, your
first responsibility is to pay
attention to the road.
5. Do not take notes or look
up phone numbers while
driving. If you are reading
an address book or
business card, or writing a
“to-do” list while driving a
car, you are not watching
where you are going. Please
pay attention to the road or
nearby vehicles.
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6. Dial sensibly and assess
the traffic; if possible, place
calls when you are not
moving or before pulling
into traffic. Try to plan your
calls before you begin your
trip or attempt to coincide
your calls with times you
may be stopped at a stop
sign, red light or otherwise
stationary. But if you need
to dial while driving, follow
this simple tip — dial only
a few numbers, check the
road and your mirrors, then
continue.
7. Do not engage in stressful
or emotional conversations
that may be distracting.
Stressful or emotional
conversations and driving
do not mix; they are
distracting and even
dangerous when you are
behind the wheel of a car.
Make people you are talking
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with aware you are driving
and if necessary, suspend
conversations which have
the potential to divert your
attention from the road.
8. Use your wireless phone to
call for help. Your wireless
phone is one of the greatest
tools you can own to protect
yourself and your family
in dangerous situations
— with your phone at your
side, help is only three
numbers away. Dial 911
or other local emergency
number in the case of fire,
traffic accident, road hazard
or medical emergency.
Remember, it is a free call
on your wireless phone!
9. Use your wireless
phone to help others in
emergencies. Your wireless
phone provides you a
perfect opportunity to be a
“Good Samaritan” in your
community. If you see an
auto accident, crime in
progress or other serious
emergency where lives are
in danger, call 911 or other
local emergency number,
as you would want others to
do for you.
10. Call roadside assistance
or a special wireless nonemergency assistance
number when necessary.
Certain situations you
encounter while driving
may require attention, but
are not urgent enough to
merit a call for emergency
services. But you can
still use your wireless
phone to lend a hand. If
you see a broken-down
vehicle posing no serious
hazard, a broken traffic
signal, a minor traffic
accident where no one
appears injured or a
vehicle. you know to
be stolen, call roadside
assistance or other special
non-emergency wireless
number.
For more information, please
call to 888-901-SAFE, or visit
our website www.wow-com.
com
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Consumer Information scientific organizations
through periodic and thorough
on SAR (Specific
evaluation of scientific studies.
Absorption Rate)
This Model Phone
Meets the Government’s
Requirements for
Exposure to Radio
Waves.
Your wireless phone is
a radio transmitter and
receiver. It is designed and
manufactured not to exceed
the emission limits for
exposure to radiofrequency
(RF) energy set by the Federal
Communications Commission
(FCC) of the U.S. Government.
These limits are part of
comprehensive guidelines
and establish permitted levels
of RF energy for the general
population. The guidelines are
based on standards that were
developed by independent
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The standards include a
substantial safety margin
designed to assure the safety
of all persons, regardless of
age and health.
The exposure standard
for wireless mobile
phones employs a unit of
measurement known as the
Specific Absorption Rate, or
SAR. The SAR limit set by the
FCC is 1.6W/kg. *
Tests for SAR are conducted
using standard operating
positions specified by the FCC
with the phone transmitting at
its highest certified power level
in all tested frequency bands.
Although SAR is determined
at the highest certified power
level, the actual SAR level of
the phone while operating can
be well below the maximum
value. Because the phone
is designed to operate at
multiple power levels to use
only the power required to
reach the network, in general,
the closer you are to a
wireless base station antenna,
the lower the power output.
Before a phone model is
available for sale to the public,
it must be tested and certified
to the FCC that it does not
exceed the limit established
by the government adopted
requirement for safe exposure.
The tests are performed in
positions and locations (e.g.,
at the ear and worn on the
body) as required by the FCC
for each model.
The highest SAR value for this
model phone when tested for
use at the ear is 0.80 W/kg
and when worn on the body,
as described in this user’s
manual, is 0.60 W/kg.
(Body-worn measurements
differ among phones models,
depending upon available
accessories and FCC
requirements.) While there
may be differences between
SAR levels of various phones
and at various positions, they
all meet the government
requirement for safe exposure.
The FCC has granted an
Equipment Authorization for
this model phone with all
reported SAR levels evaluated
as in compliance with the
FCC RF emission guidelines.
SAR information on this model
phone is on file with the FCC
and can be found under
the Display Grant section of
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid
after searching on FCC ID
BEJGU297.
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Additional information on
Specific Absorption Rates
(SAR) can be found on the
Cellular Telecommunications
Industry Association (CTIA)
website at
http://www.wow-com.com
* In the United States and
Canada, the SAR limit for
mobile phones used by
the public is 1.6 watts/kg
(W/kg) averaged over one
gram of tissue. The standard
incorporates a substantial
margin of safety to give
additional protection for the
public and to account for any
variations in measurements.
* Product meets current FCC &
IC Radio Frequency Exposure
Guidelines.
FCC ID BEJGU297,
IC ID: 2703C-GU297
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Getting to know your phone
Open view
Main screen
Menu/OK key
Right soft key
Direct access to Contacts
in home screen.
Left soft key
Launches browser in home
screen.
Call key
Dials a phone number and
answers incoming calls.
Navigation keys
• In menu: Navigates
between menus.
• Upper Navigation
Key: Press upper Nav
key will go to Game &
Application.
• Lower Navigation Key:
Press lower Nav key will
go to Contacts.
• Left Navigation Key:
Press Left Navigation
key and will go to My
Stuff.
• Right Navigation Key:
Press right Nav key will
go to Message.
End/Power key
Ends or rejects a call. Turns
the phone on/off.
Returns to the Home screen
when you use the menu.
Clear Key
Deletes a character with each
press/go back to a previous
screen.
Press & Hold Key “C” for
2~3 seconds will go to Voice
Command.
Press and hold to activate/
deactivate Vibration mode.
Press and hold to access
Voice recorder.
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Side view
The Charger Port/USB connector
microSD™ card slot
Multitasking key
Camera key
Volume keys
Rear view
Battery cover
Camera lens
Battery
SIM card
socket
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Advice
In order to improve antenna sensitivity, please do not cover the
antenna area with your hand during a call and when using a
Bluetooth® connection. It may degrade voice quality. LG suggests
that you hold the handset as shown below.
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Getting started
Installing the SIM and 2 Remove the battery
Hold the top edge of the
battery
1 Remove the battery
cover
Use your right thumb to
press on the bottom center
of the battery cover, then
slide the cover upwards (as
depicted below). Then, lift
the cover to remove it.
phone and use the fingernail
cutouts near the bottom of
the battery to lift the battery
from the phone.
WARNING: Do not
remove the battery when the
phone is turned on; this can
damage the phone.
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3 Install the SIM card
Slide the SIM card into the
SIM card slot (as shown
below). Make sure that the
gold contact area on the
card is facing downwards.
To remove the SIM card,
pull it gently in the opposite
direction.
4 Install the battery
Insert the top of the battery
first into the top edge of
the battery compartment.
Ensure that the battery
contacts align with the
terminals on the phone.
Press the bottom of the
battery down until it snaps
into place.
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Getting started
5 Charging your phone
Unfasten the cover of the
Charger/USB port on the left
side of your phone. Insert
the charger connector to
the phone (the ‘LG’ side
of the connector has to be
facing up when connecting
to the phone) and then
plug into the wall socket.
Your LG Wink will need to
be charged until the Full
Battery message appears
on the screen.
Important! You must
insert the battery before
charging.
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WARNING: Use of
unauthorized accessories
could damage your phone
and void your warranty.
Installing a memory
card
3 Replace the slot cover on
the phone.
You can expand the memory
available on your phone by
using a microSD™ memory
card.
TIP A memory card is an
optional accessory.
1 Locate the microSD™ card
slot on the right side of
the phone. Then, use your
fingernail to gently lift the
cover.
The cover will remain
attached to the phone to
prevent it from missing.
Note This device supports
a MicroSD memory card up
to 16 GB.
Note Perform a backup of
any existing content before
formatting the memory card.
2 With the microSD™ card
facing up, slide it into
the microSD™ card slot
(as demonstrated in the
following image).
Push the memory card in
until it locks into place.
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Your Home screen
On-Screen Icons
The table below describes various display indicators or icons
that appear on the phone’s display screen.
ICON/
INDICATOR
DESCRIPTION
DESCRIPTION
Network signal
strength (number
of bars will vary)
3G network
available
The browser is
active
No network signal
Vibrating Mode On
Low Battery
Speakerphone
New text message
Call in Progress
New email
Voicemail
An alarm is set
Battery Full
Ring profile in use
Battery Charging
Silent All profile
in use
EDGE network
available
Flight Mode On
Multitasking
Bluetooth is active
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ICON/
INDICATOR
General functions
Calls
Making a call
1 Make sure your phone is
powered on.
2 Enter a phone number,
including the area code. To
edit a number on the display
screen, simply press the
key to erase one digit
at a time.
TIP! Press and hold the
key to erase the
entire number.
3 Press the
[SEND] key
to call the number.
4 To end the call, press the
[END] key.
Making a Call with
the Send Key
1 Press the
[SEND] key,
and the most recent missed,
dialed and received calls will
be displayed.
2 Highlight the desired
number by using the
navigation keys.
3 Press the
[SEND] key.
Making International
Calls
1 Press and hold the
key
and the international access
character ‘+’ will appear.
2 Enter the country code, area
code, and the phone
number.
3 Press the
[SEND] key
to call the number.
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General functions
Ending a Call
Answering a Call
To end a call, press the
[END] key.
When you receive a call, the
phone displays a notification
on the screen and rings and/or
vibrates. If the caller can be
identified, the caller’s phone
number (or name, if stored
in your Address Book) is
displayed.
Making a Call from
the Contacts
You can store frequently called
names and phone numbers
in the SIM card as well as in
the phone memory known as
Contacts.
You can dial a number by
simply highlighting a name in
the Contacts List and pressing
[SEND] key.
the
1 Press the
[Down] key
to access the Contact List.
2 Highlight the Contact and
[SEND] key.
press the
1 Press the
[SEND]
key or the left soft key
Accept to answer an
incoming call.
If the Answer Mode has
been set as Any Key (
Settings >
Menu >
Call >
Answer
Mode), any key press will
answer a call, except for the
[END] key, the right
, the Camera
soft key
key , or the volume keys .
2 End the call by pressing the
[END] key.
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Note: You can answer a call
while using other functions or
features.
Adjusting the Volume
Use the side volume keys
during a call to adjust the
earpiece volume.
While in standby mode, you
can adjust the Master Volume
using the side volume keys.
Vibrating Mode
(Quick)
Vibrating Mode can be
activated by pressing and
key.
holding down the
Signal Strength
If you are inside a building,
being near a window may give
you better reception. You can
see the strength of your signal
by the signal indicator on your
phone’s display screen.
Entering Text
You can enter alphanumeric
characters by using the
phone’s keypad. For example,
storing names in the Address
Book, writing a message,
or scheduling events in the
calendar all require text to be
entered.
Changing the Text
Input Mode
Change the text input mode by
when in a
holding down
text entry field.
You can check the current text
input mode in the upper right
corner of the screen.
The following text input modes
are available on the phone.
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General functions
ABC Mode
This mode allows you to enter
letters by pressing the key
labeled with the required letter
one, two, three, or four times
until the letter is displayed.
T9 Mode
The T9 mode allows you to
enter words easily with only
one keystroke per letter.
Each key on the keypad has
more than one letter. The T9
mode automatically compares
your keystrokes with an
internal linguistic dictionary
to determine the correct
word, thus requiring far fewer
keystrokes than the traditional
ABC mode.
Note: You can select a
different T9 language from the
Options menu
Options >
Text
(
Entry Settings >
52 Language).
123 Mode (Numbers
Mode)
Type numbers using one
keystroke per number. To
change to 123 mode in a text
key
entry field, press the
until 123 mode is displayed in
the upper right corner.
Symbol Mode
The Symbol Mode enables you
to enter various symbols or
special characters. To enter a
key. Use
symbol, press the
the navigation keys to highlight
the desired symbol and press
the center key .
Using the T9 Mode
The T9 predictive text input
mode allows you to enter
words easily with a minimum
number of key presses.
As you press each key, the
phone begins to display the
characters that it thinks you
are typing based on a built-in
dictionary. As new letters are
added, the word changes
to reflect the most likely
candidate from the dictionary.
1 When you are in the T9
predictive text input mode,
begin entering a word by
to
.
pressing keys
Press one key per letter.
- The word changes as
letters are typed - ignore
what is displayed on the
screen until the word is
typed completely.
- If the word is still incorrect
after typing completely,
key or the
press the
Next
right soft key
once (or more if needed),
to cycle through the other
word options.
- If the desired word is
missing from the word
choices list, press the right
soft key
Add to add
the word.
2 Enter the whole word before
editing or deleting any
keystrokes.
3 Complete each word with a
space by pressing the
key or the right navigation
key .
.
To delete letters, press
to
Press and hold down
erase all of the entered text.
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General functions
Using the ABC Mode
Use the alphanumeric keypad
to enter your text.
Key
Characters in the Order
Displayed
1 Press the key labeled with
the required letter:
1
.,’@?!-:/1 .,’@?!-:/1
- Once for the first letter.
- Twice for the second letter.
- And so on.
2 To insert a space, press the
key once. To delete
key.
letters, press the
Press and hold down the
key to erase all of the
entered text.
Note: Refer to the table below
for more information on the
characters available using
the keys.
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Upper Case
Lower Case
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
Space Key,
0 (Long press)
Space Key,
0 (Long press)
Using the 123
(Numbers) Mode
The 123 Mode enables you
to enter numbers in a text
message (a telephone number,
for example) more quickly.
Press the keys corresponding
to the required digits before
manually switching back to the
appropriate text entry mode.
T9 Dictionary
The T9 Dictionary is a feature
that allows the user to add
any unique or personal words
to the T9 standard language
database. The T9 Dictionary
function can be found in the
Options
Options menu (
Text Entry Settings
>
T9 Dictionary). With
>
the T9 Dictionary function, the
user can add, modify, delete,
or reset personal words.
During a Call
Your phone provides a number
of control functions that
you can use during a call.
To access these functions
during a call, press the right
Options.
soft key
Making a Second Call
You can select a number you
wish to dial from the Address
Book to make a second call.
1 Press the right soft key
Options, then select
Address Book.
2 Highlight the contact, then
[SEND] key
press the
to make a second call.
Swapping Between
Two Calls
Once the second call has been
dialed (or answered), you can
switch between the calls by
using one of the following
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three methods:
General functions
1 Press the
[SEND] key.
2 Press the right soft key
Options and then select
“Swap Calls”.
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Rejecting an
Incoming Call
3 Press Up/Down on the
navigation key.
You can reject an incoming
call without answering by
simply pressing the
[END] key.
Answering an
Incoming Call
Muting the
Microphone
To answer an incoming call
when the handset is ringing,
[SEND]
simply press the
key. The handset is also able
to warn you of an incoming
call while you are already on
a call. A tone sounds in the
earpiece and the display will
show that a second call is
waiting. This feature, known as
Call Waiting, is only available if
your network supports it.
You can mute the microphone
during a call by pressing the
Mute. The
left soft key
handset can be unmuted by
pressing the left soft key
Unmute. When the handset is
muted, the caller cannot hear
you, but you can still hear the
caller.
If Call Waiting is turned on, you
can put the first call on hold
and answer the second call by
[SEND] key.
pressing the
Using the
Speakerphone
You can use the integrated
Speakerphone during a call
by pressing the center key
. The loudspeaker is
automatically deactivated
when you end the call.
Warning Due to
increased volume levels,
do not place the phone
near your ear while the
speakerphone is enabled.
Conference Calls
The conference call feature
provides you with the ability
to have a simultaneous
conversation with more than
one caller. The conference call
feature can be used only if
your network service provider
supports this feature.
set up, calls may be added,
disconnected (Exclude Call
option allows you to select a
call to disconnect from the
conference call), or separated
(Private Call option allows
you to separate a call from
the conference call, but
still connected to you) by
the person who set up the
conference call. These options
are all available from the InCall menu.
The maximum number of
callers in a conference call is
five. Once started, you are in
control of the conference call,
and only you can add calls to
the conference call.
Once a conference call is
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General functions
Making a Second Call
You can make a second
call while currently on a call
simply by entering the second
number with the keypad and
[SEND]
pressing the
key. When the second call
is connected, the first call is
automatically placed on hold.
You can swap between calls
[SEND]
by pressing the
key.
Setting Up a
Conference Call
To set up a conference call,
place the first call. Once that
is connected, follow the steps
above to make a second call.
You can then join the two
separate calls by pressing the
Options,
right soft key
selecting Conference Call,
and then Join Calls.
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Place the Conference
Call on Hold
To place a conference call on
[SEND]
hold, press the
key.
Adding an Incoming
Call to the Conference
Call
To add an incoming call to an
existing conference call, press
Accept,
the left soft key
select Conference Call, and
then select Join Calls.
Private Call in a
Conference Call
To have a private call with
one of the callers in the
conference call, press the
Options,
right soft key
select Conference Call, and
then Private Call. When the
numbers of the callers are
displayed, select the one with
which you wish to speak in
private.
Ending a Conference
Call
An active conference call can
be disconnected by pressing
[END] key.
the
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Menu Tree
1 Videotron
Store
2 Call History
3 Games&Apps
1 All Calls
2 Missed Calls
3 Dialed Calls
4 Received Calls
1 Games
2 Applications
4 Videotron
Portal
5 Messaging
6 My Stuff
1 Create Message
2 Inbox
3 Outbox
4 Drafts
5 Email
6 Voicemail
7 Message
Settings
1 Music Player
2 Camera
3 Sound
4 Pictures
5 Video
6 Other Files
7 File Manager
1 Home
2 Enter URL
3 Bookmarks
4 Saved Pages
5 Recent Pages
6 Browser Settings
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7 Tools
8 Contacts
9 Settings
1 Voice Command
2 Alarm Clock
3 Calendar
4 Notepad
5 Calculator
6 World Clock
7 Tasks
8 Stopwatch
9 Tip Calculator
0 Unit Converter
1 Contact List
2 New Contact
3 Caller Groups
4 Speed Dial Lists
5 SIM
Management
6 My Numbers
1 Sound
2 Display
3 Phone Settings
4 Connection
5 Call
6 Application
Settings
7 Memory
8 Phone
Information
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Videotron Store
Press the center key
Menu, and press
Videotron Store.
Selecting this menu will
launch the browser and bring
you to your operator’s online
store where you can purchase
different contents such as
wallpapers, ringtones and
games & applications.
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Call History
Press the center key
Call
Menu, and press
History.
All Calls
View a list of the last phone
numbers or Contact entries for
calls you placed, accepted, or
missed.
Missed Calls
View a list of any calls you
have missed.
Dialed Calls
View a list of all the numbers
you have called.
Received Calls
View a list of all the numbers
that you have recieved.
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Games&Apps
Games & Applications
If you choose to download
any additional games or
applications, do the following
steps:
1 Press
and select
Games & Apps and then
Games or Applications.
2 You can use this menu to
download new games and
applications.
Note: An additional cost is
incurred when connecting to
the Games or Applications
download service. Check
your data charges with your
network provider.
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Videotron Portal
Home
Using the phone keys
You can launch the web
browser and access the
homepage of the web service
provided by your operator.
When surfing the Internet, you
can use the following keys.
• You can also directly access
Browser by pressing the left
soft key in idle mode.
Up/Down
navigation
keys
Note: Please note that this
service is service provider
dependent.
You can access any website
page by entering its URL
address. To exit the browser at
key.
any time, press the
The phone will return to the
standby mode.
Navigating with the WAP
browser
You can surf the Internet using
either the phone keys or the
WAP browser menu.
Key
Description
Scrolls each
line of the
content area.
Returns to the
previous page.
Selects options
and confirms
actions.
Using the WAP browser
menu
Browser menu is seen once
the WAP page is displayed.
On selecting “Menu” from the
right soft menu of browser,
various options are provided
and these are as follows:
Back: Goes to the previous
page.
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Forward: Goes to the next
page, if you navigated to
previous pages.
Refresh: Reloads the current
page.
Recent Pages: You can view
the latest page when you
connected internet.
Home: Goes back to the
homepage. (configured in
current default setting)
Page Overview: Choose this
option to display an overview
of the current webpage.
Windows: In order to create
another window to browse
different URL address, select
‘New Windows’. Note that you
can have maximum of two
windows at a time. Choose
‘Next Window’ to switch
to next window and ‘Close
Window’ to close the current
window.
Settings: You can set the
Browser related options
such as Appearance, Cache,
Cookies, Clear Login Info.,
Set Default Storage, Screen
Settings, Navigation Mode,
Secure Popup and Shortcuts.
Enter URL: A desired URL can
be entered here to visit.
Bookmarks: You can add
or save the current page to
the Bookmark or view the list
saved under Bookmark.
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Search Text: You can search
for the text you want.
Exit: You can exit the WAP
browser menu.
Enter URL
You can manually enter a
URL address and access the
associated web page.
• To enter a symbol, press or
the right soft key [Options]
and select Insert Symbol to
display the Symbol table.
• To switch input mode, press
.
Bookmarks
You can store frequently
accessed or favorite URLs/
Pages. Several preconfigured
URLs are stored as
bookmarks.
Adding a new bookmark
1 Press the right soft key
[Options] and select New
Bookmark.
2 Enter the title and
associated URL information.
3 Press the left soft key [Save]
to save.
Connecting to a desired
bookmark
Press the OK
[Connect].
key
Sending the bookmark
to others
Press the right soft key
[Options] and select Send
URL. You can send it via
Message.
Deleting a bookmark
Select Delete from Options
menu. Preconfigured URLs
cannot be deleted.
Saved Pages
The phone can save the page
on display as an offline file. Up
to 19 pages can be saved.
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Recent Pages
Shows the recently-browsed
pages.
Browser Settings
Accounts
You can create or configure an
Internet account.
Activating an account
After selecting the profile you
would like to activate, press
the left soft key [Activate].
Appearance
Adding a new account
Text Size
1 Select New from the Options
menu.
The following items need to
be configured.
This menu allows you to select
the font size among Large,
Medium and Small.
• Account Name: Enter the
account name you want.
Sets the browser default
character set to one of the
following:
Automatic, English (ASCII),
English (ISO), English (LATIN),
Unicode (UCS2 BE), Unicode
(UCS2 LE), Unicode (UCS2
Auto), Unicode (UTF-16 BE),
Unicode (UTF-16 LE), Unicode
(UTF-16 Auto), Unicode
(UTF-8).
• Homepage: Enter the
homepage address.
• Internet Profiles: Select
the internet profile.
2 Press the left soft key [Save]
to save any configuration
changes.
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You can edit and delete a
profile by selecting Edit and
Delete from the Options menu.
Encoding
Scrolling Control
Allows you to set the scroll
speed by selecting the number
of lines to scroll. (1 Line, 2
Lines, 3 Lines)
• Cache: Decide whether to
allow the “Cache” function
[On] or not [Off].
Cookies
Show Image
• Delete Cookies: Select this
to clear all cookies.
Allows you to enable or disable
the image display during
browsing.
• Cookie: Decide whether to
allow the “Cookie” function
[On] or not [Off].
Note: Enabling this function
will delay displaying images
until the completion of
transmission. Disabling this
function will prevent the
browser from downloading
images from the server, thus
allowing faster transmission.
Clear Login Info.
Java Script
Decide whether to allow the
“Java Script” function [On] or
not [Off].
Cache
• Clear Cache: Select this to
clear all caches.
Upon selecting this menu, the
login information entered by
you will be cleared.
Screen Settings
You can change the settings
of browser screen (Rendering
mode, Zoom, Mini-Map).
Security
A list of the available
certificates is shown.
• Certificates: You can see
the list of certificates and
view them in detail.
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• Clear Session: Removes
the secure session.
Navigation Mode
You can change the methods
of browser navigation.
• 4 Way Navigation: The
cursor of the browser moves
scroll amounts or follows
hyperlinks.
If this is set to On, you can use
the browser more quickly and
conveniently with the numeric
keypad in the phone.
If Shortcut is on, the following
Shortcut keys are available:
Enter URL
Recent Pages
This page
Page up
• Mouse Pointer: You can
move the cursor like a
mouse pointer.
Full Screen
Page Overview
Page Down
New Window
Search Text
Zoom In
Secure Popup
View Bookmarks
Zoom Out
You can control the pop-up
which indicates a secure page
or not.
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Shortcuts
Messaging
This menu includes functions
related to SMS (Short
Message Service), MMS
(Multimedia Message Service),
Voicemail as well as the
network’s service messages.
1 From the standby screen,
press the center key
Menu.
Using Insert
While entering text, press the
Insert.
left soft key
Messaging.
3 Press
Create
Message then press
Editing a message
The following options are
available when editing a
message.
Create Message
2 Press
key during the file loading
time. When the file loading is
complete, you will be able to
write a multimedia message.
.
OR
You can simply press the
left navigation key from the
standby screen.
Note: If you insert a Picture,
Audio, or Video file while
writing a multimedia message,
the file loading time will take
about 5 seconds. You will
not be able to activate any
Symbol - You can insert
various symbols into your
message. Pressing the left
/
and right soft keys
scrolls through the pages.
Picture - You can select a
picture to insert by using
the navigation keys. You can
preview the selected picture
by pressing the left soft key
View.
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Messaging
Audio - You can insert an
audio file from your saved
audio files.
you can cancel it by pressing
Cancel.
the left soft key
Video - You can insert a video
clip from your saved video
clips.
• Text: Allows you to easily
insert frequently used
sentences in the text
message.
Take New Picture - You can
take a new picture by pressing
.
Record New Audio - You
can record a new audio clip by
Record. Press
pressing
Options
the right soft key
before you begin recording to
set the options. After recording
a new audio clip, you can
delete it by pressing the left
Delete.
soft key
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Record New Video - You can
record a new video clip by
pressing .
Press the right soft key
Settings before you begin
recording to set the options.
After recording a video clip,
Template
• Multimedia: Preset
multimedia templates
can be created (Menu >
Messaging > Message
Settings > Multimedia
Message > Template >
New).
• Signature: Allows you to
insert your own created
signature.
More - Allows you to insert
Subject, vCard, vCalendar,
vNote, vTask or Contact.
Note: vCard, vCalendar, vNote
and vTask are created by
the Address Book, Calendar,
Notepad, and Tasks functions,
respectively. Go to the
Contacts and Contact List
sections in this Manual for
more detailed information.
Using Options
While entering text, press the
Options.
right soft key
• Text Entry Mode: Sets the
text input mode.
• Text Entry Settings
- Language allows you to
set the text entry language
to English, Spanish,
French, or Korean.
- T9 Word Candidate
List displays the word
candidates as you type.
- T9 Next Word Prediction
allows the phone to predict
the next word when typing
in T9 mode.
- T9 Dictionary allows you
to add, delete, reset, and
modify words.
• Delivery Options
- Delivery Receipt: Allows
you to receive notification
that your message was
sent successfully. Delivery
Receipt may not be
compatible will all carriers.
- Reply via Same
Message Center:
Determine whether to
reply via same message
center or not.
• Save to Drafts: Saves the
selected message to Drafts.
• Cancel Message: Allows
you to cancel the message.
Sending a Message
After completing a message,
Send To to select a
press
recipient.
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Messaging
• Enter the recipient(s). For
more options, press the right
Options. In
soft key
this menu, you can choose
from the following options:
- Delivery Options: Allows
you to set the options for
Delivery Receipt, Reply via
Same Message Center,
Add Cc, and Add Bcc.
- Enter Number: Allows
you to enter the phone
number using the keypad.
- Edit Message: Go back
to the message editing
mode.
- Enter Email: Allows you
to enter an email address
instead of a phone
number.
- Save to Drafts: Saves
the selected message to
Drafts.
- Insert Symbol: Allows
you to enter symbols.
- Caller Groups: Displays
Contacts Groups.
- Recent Messages:
Choose a Contact from
Recent Messages.
- Recent Calls: Choose a
Contact from Recent Calls.
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- Text Entry Mode: Allows
you to change the text
entry mode.
- Text Entry Settings:
Allows you to set the
options for Language, T9
Word Candidate List, T9
Next Word Prediction, and
T9 Dictionary.
- Cancel Message:
Allows you to cancel the
message.
Inbox
selected message.
You will be alerted when you
receive a message. New
messages are stored in the
Inbox. In the Inbox, you can
identify each message by
icons. If you are notified
that you have received a
multimedia message, you
can download the whole
multimedia message by
selecting it in the Inbox menu.
To access the Inbox, from the
standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
Inbox.
Messaging,
Standard view - Switches
the Inbox view mode to
Standard view.
The following options are
available in the Inbox and
vary depending on the View
mode set from the Options list
(Conversation or Standard).
Add to Address Book - You
can save the sender’s phone
number in the Contact List.
Delete - You can delete the
Forward - You can forward
the selected message to
another person.
Copy to Phone/Copy to SIM
- You can copy to Phone or
SIM depending on where the
text message is stored.
Select Multiple - You can
select multiple messages.
Message Details - You can
view the following information
about received messages:
message Type, Subject, From,
and message Time.
Delete All Read Messages
- You can delete all read
messages.
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Messaging
Conversation view Switches the Inbox view mode
to Conversation view.
Outbox
Outbox is the storage place
for recently sent but pending
message. When you press the
[SEND] key, you can call
the recipient of the selected
message.
If the message is not sent
from the Outbox, you will
receive a sound alert along
with a Message Sending
Failure notice on the screen.
Another attempt will be made
to send the failed message
and after two unsuccessful
attempts, the message will no
longer be sent automatically.
In order to send the message
that has failed, you must press
Resend
the left soft key
to resend the message.
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To access the Outbox, from
the standby screen, press
Menu,
the center key
Messaging, and
Outbox.
The following options are
available for the Outbox folder:
View Status - Shows the
status of each message.
Delete - Deletes the selected
message.
Edit - Allows you to edit the
selected message.
Select Multiple - Allows you
to select multiple messages
to delete.
Message Details - Allows
you to view the details of the
message.
Drafts
Allows you to view and edit the
messages saved as drafts.
To access Drafts, from the
standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
Drafts.
Messaging, and
The following options are
available for the Drafts folder:
Select Multiple - Allows you
to select multiple messages
to delete.
Message Details - Allows
you to view the details of the
message.
Sentbox
This is where you can view
the lists and contents of sent
messages and also verify if
transmission was successful.
The following [Options] are
available.
Delete - Deletes the selected
message from the Sent list.
Select Multiple - Allows you
to select multiple messages
to delete.
Message Details - Allows
you to view information on the
message.
Voicemail
This menu provides you with
a quick way of accessing your
voice mailbox (if provided by
your network).
A shortcut for checking your
voicemail is available. To
quickly check your voicemail
when in standby mode, press
key.
and hold the
Note: Please check with
your network service provider
for details of their service in
order to configure the handset
accordingly.
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Messaging
Message Settings
Text Message
To access and configure
your Message Settings, from
the standby screen, press
Menu,
the center key
Messaging, and
Message Settings.
Allows you to set preferences
for text messages.
Message Alert
Allows you to set the Sounds,
Volume, and Alert Type.
Save To
Allows you to choose whether
to save to the SIM Card or the
Phone.
Signature
Allows you to create, edit,
and delete your signature,
which can be configured to be
sent out with your outgoing
messages.
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The following options are
available:
- Text Templates: Predefined
messages that can quickly
be sent. Press the right soft
Options to access
key
the following available
options:
• Send: Allows you to send
the selected template via
Message.
• Delete: Allows you
to delete the selected
template message.
• Edit: Allows you to edit
the selected template
message.
• Delete All: Deletes all
messages in the folder.
- Msg Center No.: Allows you
to view and edit the phone
number for the Message
Center. Do not edit unless
instructed to do so by your
service provider.
- Subject: Allows you to
enable or disable the Subject
field in an SMS.
- Delivery Receipt: Choose
to receive confirmation that
your message was delivered.
- Reply via Same Message
Center: Determine whether
to reply via same message
center or not.
- Signature: Allows you to
insert your signature in
outgoing messages.
Multimedia Message
Allows you to set your
preferences for multimedia
messages.
The following options are
available:
- Templates: Allows you
to add, edit, and delete
multimedia templates.
Press the right soft key
Options to access the
following available options:
• Send: Allows you to send
the selected message via
Multimedia Message.
• Delete: Allows you
to delete the selected
template message.
• Edit: Allows you to edit
the selected template
message.
• Rename: Allows you
to rename the selected
template message.
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Messaging
• Delete All: Allows you to
delete all the messages at
one time.
- Priority: Allows you to set
the priority of the message.
- Subject: Allows you to
enable or disable the Subject
field in an MMS.
- Validity Period: This
network service allows you
to decide how long your
multimedia messages will
be stored at the Message
Center.
- Send Delivery Receipt:
Allows you to send a delivery
confirmation notification for a
Multimedia Message.
- Send Read Receipt: Allows
you to send a message read
confirmation notification for a
Multimedia Message.
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- Download Options
• Download Without
Asking: Allows
Multimedia Messages
to be downloaded
automatically.
• Ask Always: You are
prompted to download
when a Multimedia
Message is received.
• Discard: Enabling this
option will block incoming
Multimedia Messages
from being received.
- Message Center: Allows
you to view and edit the
profile for the Message
Center. Do not edit unless
instructed to do so by your
service provider.
Voicemail Number
This menu allows you to set
the Voicemail Center Number
if this feature is supported
by your operator. Please
check with your operator
for details of their service in
order to configure the handset
correctly.
Service Message
Allows you to configure your
settings to determine if you
would like to receive service
messages.
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My Stuff
Music Player
To access Music Player, from
the standby screen, press the
My Stuff
center key
.
and Music Player
All Songs - Allows you to
view all the songs in your
music library.
Playlists - Allows you to
create your own playlists.
Artists - Shows the list of
artists of all the songs in your
music library, and shows all
the songs by a chosen artist.
Albums - Shows the list of
albums of all the songs in your
music library, and shows all
the songs on a chosen album.
Genres - Shows the list of
genres of all the songs in your
music library, and shows all
songs of a specific genre.
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Shuffle Songs - Allows you
to play all the songs in your
music library in random order.
TIP! The music player plays
formats such as MP3, AAC,
AAC+, and WMA.
Note: Copyrights of music files
may be protected by copyright
and intellectual property laws.
Please ensure that you adhere
to the applicable Terms of
Use of materials laws prior to
downloading or copying files.
To play songs from or transfer
songs to SD card, the SD
card should have some empty
space.
• Up to 512MB card:
Require 3MB empty
space.
Camera
Sound
To access Camera from the
standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
Camera.
My Stuff,
To access Sound from the
standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
Sound.
My Stuff,
Take Photo - Using the
built-in Camera, you can
take pictures of people or
events while on the move.
Additionally, you can send
photos to other devices as a
picture message.
Download Ringtones - This
menu option connects the
Ringtones download site.
Record Video - You can
record your own video.
Album -You can view the
Album containing your
Pictures and Videos.
Record Voice -You can
record your own voice notes.
Pictures
To access Picture, from the
standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
Pictures.
My Stuff, and
http://m.videotron.com/ This menu option connects the
download site.
Take Picture - It takes you to
the camera mode.
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My Stuff
Make Animated GIF - Allows
you to create an animated GIF
file with the images in your
phone.
The picture files saved on your
phone and memory card (if
inserted) are displayed.
Video
To access Video, from the
standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
Video.
My Stuff, and
The video files saved on your
phone and memory card (if
inserted) are displayed.
Note: DRM sometimes
restricts some functions, such
as send and edit.
Other Files
When you receive files of an
undefined format (such as
.vcs, .vcf, etc.) via email, the
files are saved in this folder.
To access Other Files, from
the standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
Other
My Stuff, and
Files.
The following options are
available:
Send Via - Send the selected
file via Bluetooth or MMS.
Delete - Allows you to delete
the selected file.
Move - Allows you to move
the selected file to another
folder.
Copy - Allows you to copy the
selected file to another folder.
Rename - Allows you to edit
the name of the selected file.
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Select Multiple - Allows you
to select multiple files at once
to perform various functions.
Sort By - Allows you to sort
the files by Name, Date, and
Type.
Information - Allows you to
view information about the
selected file or used memory
space on your phone or
memory card.
File Manager
This function allows you
to view the content in your
internal phone memory and
the external memory card.
To access File Manager, from
the standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
File
My Stuff, and
Manager.
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Tools
Voice Command
Voice Command is the
function whereby your
phone’s voice recognition
engine identifies the voice of
the user and carries out the
requested commands. When
the user operates the Voice
Command function, there
are five possible commands,
Call <Name or Number>,
Listen Voicemail, Missed
Calls, Messages, and Time
& Date. To activate the Voice
Command function, hold down
Clear Key while the
the
phone is in standby mode
or press the left soft key
Tools, and
Menu,
Voice Command.
Call <Name or Number>:
This function is activated
only when the user says the
command “Call” followed
by the name stored in the
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address book or say the phone
number. Please note that
interfering noise might cause a
problem displaying candidates.
Additionally, the user has the
option to select a number type
at the end, such as “mobile”,
“home”, or “work”.
Listen Voicemail: This
command is activated
when the user says “Listen
Voicemail”. The user will then
be automatically connected to
voicemail.
Missed Calls: This command
is activated when the user
says the words “Missed Calls”.
The mobile phone presents
the missed call list.
• Follow-up Commands
Available
- Yes: Make the phone call.
- No: Moves to the next result.
- Cancel: Go back to the main
Voice Command menu.
- Exit: Terminate Voice
Command.
- Next: Moves to the next
result.
Messages: This command
is activated when the user
says “Messages”. The phone
displays details of unread SMS
or MMS messages.
Time & Date: This command
is activated when the user
says “Time & Date”. The
phone displays the current
local time and date.
Voice Command Options
When the Voice Command
option is activated, you can
press the right soft key
Options for the following
options:
• Mode
- Speed: Voice Command
prompting is abbreviated.
- Normal: Voice Command
is played normally with
prompts.
• Best Match
- 1 Match: The most likely
matched number will be
displayed when finding a
number from the address
book.
- 4 Matches: The four most
likely matched names will
be displayed when finding a
name from the address book.
• Sensitivity
- High: Operation and
performance of the voice
recognition engine is less
affected by the user’s voice
command and surrounding
sound.
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- Medium: Operation of the
voice recognition engine
is normally affected by
user’s voice command and
surrounding sound.
- Low: Operation of the voice
recognition engine is strongly
affected by user’s voice
command and surrounding
sound.
• Spk. On Mode
- Automatic On: Phone
speaker is used to prompt
user.
- Off: Phone speaker is off,
and headphone is used to
prompt user.
• Call Alert
- Ring Only: The phone
rings repeatedly during an
incoming call.
- Ring After Name: The
phone announces the name
or number of the incoming
call, then rings repeatedly.
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- Name Repeat: The phone
announces an incoming call
by repeating the name or
number of the caller.
Alarm Clock
The alarm function allows you
to set up multiple separate
alarms. You can also set the
time, repetition interval, and
alarm tone. If there is no alarm
setting, press the left soft key
New to add a new alarm.
To access Alarm Clock, from
the standby screen, press
Menu,
the center key
Tools, and
Alarm
Clock.
Alarm Options
Calendar
Time - Input alarm time
by specifying the hour and
minutes. You can also choose
a predefined amount of time
(15 Minutes Later, 30 Minutes
Later, 45 Minutes Later, 1
Hour Later, Off).
When you enter this menu,
a calendar will be displayed.
The red square cursor is used
to locate a particular day. The
bottom bar on the calendar
indicates saved schedules
(if any) for that day. This
function helps you keep track
of your schedule. The phone
can sound an alarm tone if
it has been set for a specific
schedule item.
Repeat - Select repeating
mode (Once, Daily, Mon ~ Fri,
Sat ~ Sun, Except Holiday,
Select Weekday).
List
Alarm Tone - Press
to access the list of available
Alarm Tones.
Memo - Input alarm name.
Press the left soft key
Save to save your new Alarm.
The chart below shows the
keys that can be used to
navigate the Calendar:
Key
key /
key
key / key
key /
key
key /
key
Description
Weekly
Daily
Annually
Monthly
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To access Calendar, from the
standby screen, press the center
key
Menu,
Tools,
Calendar.
and
The following options are available
Search - Allows you to search
the saved schedule(s).
Delete - Allows you to delete the
selected schedule.
Send Schedule Via - Sends
the selected schedule by Text
Message, Multimedia Message, or
Bluetooth.
Set Holiday - Allows you to
set specific dates to display as
Holidays on your calendar.
Selective Delete - Allows you
to delete Old Schedules or All
Schedules selectively.
View All - Allows you to view all
saved schedules.
Go to Date - Allows you to jump
to a specific date.
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Select Multiple - Allows you
to select multiple schedules in
the same day to delete or send to
another person.
Notepad
You can create up to a
maximum of 30 memos.
To access Notepad, from the
standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
Notepade.
Tools, and
1 Press the Left soft key
New to create a new
memo.
2 Input the memo and press
Save to save.
Calculator
The Calculator function allows you
to calculate simple mathematical
equations.
To access Calculator, from the
standby screen, press the center
key
Menu,
Tools,
Calculator.
and
World Clock
The World clock function
provides time information for
major cities worldwide.
To access World Clock, from
the standby screen, press
Menu,
the center key
Tools, and
World
Clock.
1 You will be asked to enter
the name of your current
city. Enter the name, then
press the left soft key
Save.
2 To view the time in another
city, press the left soft
New, find the
key
city through left & right
navigation key, and set the
Daylight Savings Time.
3 Press the left soft key
Save to save the new city.
You will then see the
new city’s time and date
information.
Tasks
This feature allows you to save
and manage a task.
To access Tasks, from the standby
screen, press the center key
Menu,
Tools, and
Tasks.
1 To add a new task item,
press the left soft key
New.
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2 Input the Due Date,
Note, Priority, and Status
information for the new
Task.
View Calendar - Allows you to
view the Calendar.
3 Press the left soft key
Save to save the Task item.
This menu allows you to
record the elapsed time of
an event. The duration of an
individual lap time (up to 20
laps) and the total time.
The following options are
available in the Task list:
Mark ‘Complete’ - Allows
you to change the status of the
selected task as Completed.
Edit - Allows you to edit a saved
task.
Delete - Deletes the selected
task.
Selective Delete - Allows you
to delete All Completed/All Past
Tasks selectively.
Send Task Via - Enables the
selected task to be sent via Text
Message, Multimedia Message, or
Bluetooth.
Select Multiple - Allows you to
select multiple Tasks.
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Stopwatch
To access Stopwatch, from
the standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
Stopwatch.
Tools, and
New Time
- To start timing, press
Start. The running time is
displayed as HH.MM.SS.hh
(hours, minutes, seconds,
hundredths of a second).
- During the timing, you can
record an individual lap time
by pressing the right soft key
Lap. Up to 20 lap times
can be recorded.
- You can stop or restart timing
again.
by pressing
- To reset the stop watch,
Stop to stop the
press
time, then press the left soft
Reset.
key
Saved Times
You can view the saved
recorded times.
Tip Calculator
This feature allows you to
quickly and easily calculate
the tip amount based on the
total bill as well as the split
of the total bill based on the
number of people.
Unit Converter
This function allows you to
convert units of measurement.
There are 6 types of units
that can be converted: Area,
Length, Weight, Temperature,
Volume, and Velocity.
To access Unit Converter, from
the standby screen, press
Menu,
the center key
Tools, and
Unit
Converter.
Note: You can input a decimal
key.
point by pressing the
To access Tip Calculator, from
the standby screen, press
Menu,
the center key
Tools, and
Tip
Calculator.
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Contacts
Contact List
This menu allows you to save
and manage contact address
information. The Contact List’s
functions allow you to add a
new address or search saved
contact addresses by name.
To access Contact List, from
the standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
Contact
Contacts, and
List.
New Contact
This menu allows you to add
a new contact to the Contact
List. You can enter contact
address information including
name, phone numbers, email
addresses, group, memos,
ring tones, and a contact
Picture ID.
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To access New Contact, from
the standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
Contacts, and
Contact.
New
Caller Groups
This menu allows you to
manage group information.
You can configure a ring tone
for a group so that the group
ring tone sounds when a
call from a specific contact
address belongs to that group
is received, if there is no
ring tone configured for this
contact.
To access Caller Groups, from
the standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
Caller
Contacts, and
Groups.
Speed Dial Lists
My Numbers
This menu allows you to
assign a frequently-called
contact to the Speed Dial List.
You can select a number from
2 to 9 as a speed dial.
This displays your phone
numbers stored in the SIM
card.
To access Speed Dial List,
from the standby screen,
press the center key
Contacts, and
Menu,
Speed Dial Lists.
To access My Numbers, from
the standby screen, press
Menu,
the center key
Contacts, and
My
Numbers.
SIM Management
This menu allows you to copy
information from your SIM
card to your handset and vice
versa. If a name is duplicated
during the copying operation,
the information is also
duplicated. You can also delete
information from the SIM card.
To access SIM Management,
from the standby screen,
press the center key
Contacts, and
Menu,
SIM Management.
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Settings
Sound
This menu allows you to
configure the audio and
ringtone settings for your
phone.
To access Audio & Ringtones,
from the standby screen,
press the center key
Settings, and
Menu,
Sound.
Note : Full length music
tracks cannot be set as either
ringtones or message tones.
Message Tone
Download Ringtones
Sounds: Allows you to set a
sound as your message tone.
Connects to the Ringtones
download site.
Volume: Allows you to control
your Message Tone volume.
Ringtone
Alert Type: Supports 6
message alert types: Ring
Once, Ring Every 2 Min., Ring
Every 15 Min., Ring & Vibrate,
Vibrate, and Silent.
Sounds: Allows you to set a
sound as the ringtone for your
phone.
Volume: Allows you to control
your Ringtone volume.
Alert Type: Supports 3 ring
alert types: Ring, Ring and
Vibration, and Ring after
Vibration.
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Increasing Ringtone: Allows
you to enable or disable the
Increasing Ringtone function,
which is played when you
receive an incoming call.
Alert Tone
Sounds: Allows you to select
a set of alert tones. Supports
2 alert tone types: Alert Tone 1
and Alert Tone 2.
Volume: This menu allows
you to control your Alert Tone
volume.
Alert Type: You can select
to turn Alert Tones to Ring or
Silent.
Keypad Tone
This menu option allows you
to select a tone that the phone
sounds when a key is pressed
on the dialpad. You can select
Sounds to Beep or Voice and
set the Volume.
Multimedia
This menu allows you to
control your Multimedia
volume.
Call
This menu allows you to
control your Call volume.
Power On/Off Tones
You can select to turn Power
On/Off Tones to Ring or
Silent.
Display
This menu allows you to
configure your Display
settings.
To access Display, from the
standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
Display.
Settings, and
Download Images
This menu allows you to
connect the image download
site.
Wallpapers
This menu allows you to set
a picture or color as your
background.
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Settings
Fonts
Menu Styles
You can configure the font size
and color of the font that your
phone uses.
You can set the main menu
style to Icon or List view.
Clocks & Calendar
This feature allows you to
select a Clock or Calendar to
display on the standby screen.
Brightness
You can set the brightness
of the display screen and the
keypad.
Backlight Timer
Use this to set the duration
of the display backlight and
keypad.
Color Schemes
Allows you to change the
whole look of your phone
display to a Black or White
scheme.
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Phone Settings
This menu allows you to
configure the Phone Settings.
To access Phone Settings,
from the standby screen,
press the center key
Settings, and
Menu,
Phone Settings.
Date & Time
Set Date: This allows you to
enter the day, month, and year.
You can set to Auto Update
with the Auto Update menu.
Date Format:
ddd, MMM DD (day, month
date)
MM/DD/YYYY (month/date/
year)
DD/MM/YYYY (date/month/
year)
YYYY/MM/DD (year/month/
date)
your navigation keys (when in
standby mode).
Set Time: This allows you to
enter the current time. You can
choose the time format via the
Time Format menu option.
Auto Key Lock
Time Format: 12 Hours/24
Hours
Auto Update: Allows you to
set the phone to automatically
update the time and date
according to the current local
time zone.
Languages
Allows you to change the
language for the display text
on your phone. This change
will also affect the Language
Input mode.
Set Hotkeys
Allows you to change the
preferences on the Hotkeys
that are currently assigned for
This allows you to set the
amount of time before your
keys lock automatically.
Flight Mode
This allows you to only use
the phone’s features that do
not require the use of the
wireless network when you
are in an airplane or in places
where the wireless network is
prohibited. If you set the flight
mode on, the flight mode icon
will be displayed on the screen
instead of the network signal
icon.
- On: You cannot make (or
receive) any calls, including
emergency calls, or use
other features that require
network coverage.
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Settings
- Off: You can deactivate the
flight mode to access the
network.
Security
Various codes and passwords
are used to protect the
features and settings of your
phone.
Note: Security code (4
digits)
The security code protects
the unauthorized use of your
phone. The default security
code is set to ‘0000’ and the
security code is required to
delete all phone entries and to
restore the handset to factory
setting.
- Phone Lock: You can use
a security code to avoid
unauthorized use of the
phone.
If you set the Phone Lock to
When Power On, the phone
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will request a security code
whenever you switch the
phone on. If you set the
Phone Lock to When SIM
Card changed, your phone
will request a security code
only when you change your
SIM Card. If you set the
Phone Lock to Lock Phone
Now, your phone will lock
immediately.
- PIN Code Request: When
the PIN Code Request
feature is turned on, you
must enter your PIN each
time you switch the phone
on. Consequently, any person
who does not have your
PIN cannot use your phone
without your approval.
Note: Before setting the PIN
Code Request feature off, you
must enter your PIN.
- Fixed Dial Number: This
feature allows you to restrict
your outgoing calls to
selected phone numbers, if
supported by your SIM Card.
The PIN2 code is required.
• FDN On/Off
- On: You can only call
phone numbers stored in
the FDN List. You must
enter your PIN2 code.
- Off: You can call any
number.
• FDN List: Allows you to
enter a new FDN entry.
- Change Codes: The Change
Codes feature allows you
to change your current
password to a new one.
You must enter the current
password before you can
specify a new one. You can
change the access codes for:
Security Code, PIN Code,
PIN2 Code.
Note: Not all SIM Cards have
a PIN2 Code. If your SIM Card
does not, this menu option is
not displayed.
Reset Settings
This function allows you to
restore factory settings. To
do this, you need the security
code.
- Master Reset: Restores the
phone settings (e.g.: Audio,
Display, Language, Date &
Time, Bluetooth Settings) to
default values.
- Master Clear: Deletes
downloaded/user created
contents (e.g.: images and
videos) from the phone and
the external memory card.
• Phone
- Deletes all downloaded/
user created images and
audios from the phone
memory.
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- Deletes personal
information stored in the
phone memory (e.g.:
Contacts, Messages,
Tasks, Alarm, Calendar
Schedules).
- Restores the settings
stored in the phone
memory to the default
values.
• Memory Card: Deletes all
contents from the external
memory card.
Connection
This menu allows you to
configure your Connection
settings.
To access Connection, from
the standby screen, press
Menu,
the center key
Settings, and
Connection.
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Bluetooth
Your phone has built-in
Bluetooth wireless technology,
which makes it possible for
you to connect your phone
wirelessly to other Bluetooth
devices such as a handsfree device, PC, PDA, or
other phones. The devices
registered in your phone can
only be connected one at a
time (To make a connection
to the same type of device or
change Bluetooth preferences,
disconnect the existing device
first).
You can also exchange, for
example, business cards,
calendar items, and pictures.
To access Bluetooth, from
the standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
Connection,
Settings,
Bluetooth.
and
Hands-free profile
appears when the
This
hands-free profile is used
between the hands-free device
and the phone. This allows
you to call using a Bluetooth
connection.
- A2DP profile
appears when the
This
A2DP profile is used between
the stereo headset device
and the phone. This allows
you to listen to an audio clip.
A2DP is the Advanced Audio
Distribution Profile, which
provides support for streaming
either mono or stereo audio
using Bluetooth.
- Hands-free + A2DP
profile
appears when both
This
profiles of the hands-free and
the A2DP are used between
the compatible device and
the phone. This allows you to
call and listen to an audio clip
using a Bluetooth connection.
When using each device, see
the manual that comes with
the device.
Note: We recommend that
your phone and the Bluetooth
device you are communicating
with should be no more
than 10 meters apart. The
connection may be improved
if there are no solid objects
between your phone and the
other Bluetooth device.
Bluetooth Menu Options
Turn On/Off: Allows you
to turn your Bluetooth
functionality on or off.
My Visibility On/Off
- On: This option makes
your phone visible to other
Bluetooth devices.
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Settings
- Off: This option hides
your phone from other
Bluetooth devices except
those already paired with
yours.
Search New Device: This
function allows you to search
for and add new devices.
To pair with another device
1. From the standby screen,
press the center key
Settings,
Menu,
Connection,
Bluetooth, and
Search New Device.
2. If you want to stop
searching, press the right
Cancel.
soft key
3. All of the devices found are
displayed.
4. Select the desired device
Add and
by pressing
entering the password.
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My Devices: This function
allows you to view the list of
all devices that are paired
with your phone.
My Bluetooth Info:
This menu allows you to
configure the profile for
Bluetooth.
- Device Name: Allows you
to change the handset’s
name which can be seen
by other Bluetooth devices.
- Supported Svc: Shows
you all services that the
handset supports.
- Primary Storage: Allows
you to assign the default
storage to Handset or
Memory Card for files
received via Bluetooth.
USB Connection Mode
Access Points
You can transfer files from a
compatible PC to the memory
in your phone using the Mass
Storage Mode. When you
connect the phone to a PC
using the USB cable, your
phone will be displayed as
a removable disk through
Windows Explorer.
This menu shows the
Access Points. You can
register, delete, and edit by
pressing the right soft key
Options. However, you
cannot delete or edit default
configurations provided by
your operator.
The USB Connection Mode
determines how your phone
will communicate with other
USB devices when they are
connected with a USB cable.
Internet Profiles
This menu shows the Internet
Profiles. You can add, delete,
and edit Internet Profiles by
pressing the right soft key
Options. However, you
cannot delete or edit default
configurations provided by
your operator.
Network selection
Usually, the network selection
is set to Automatic.
Automatic: If you select
Automatic mode, the phone
will automatically search
for and select a network for
you. Once you have selected
Automatic , the phone will be
set to Automatic even though
the power is off and on.
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Settings
Manual: The phone will find
the list of available networks
and show you them. Then you
can select the network which
you want to use if this network
has a roaming agreement with
your home network operator.
The phone let you select
another network if the phone
fails to access the selected
network.
details, contact Customer
service of your operator.
Call
If Out of Reach: Diverts
voice calls when the phone
is switched off or out of
coverage.
This menu allows you to
configure your Call settings.
To access Call, from the
standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
Call.
Settings, and
Call Forwarding
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When this network service
is activated, you can direct
your incoming calls to another
number, for example, to your
voice mailbox number. For
The following options are
available:
All Voice Calls: Diverts voice
calls unconditionally.
If Busy: Diverts voice calls
when the phone is in use.
If No Answer: Diverts voice
calls which you do not answer.
Send My Number
This network service allows
you to set your phone number
to be displayed or hidden from
the person you are calling. You
can select Set by Network
if you prefer to have different
settings for different service
providers.
Auto Redial
Answer Mode
If set to On, your phone redials
the number you’re trying to
call up to 10 times after you
hear a quick, busy signal.
[END] to stop the
Press
call attempts.
This allows you to determine
how to answer the phone.
This feature attempts to redial
numbers that are engaged
due to the wireless network. It
does not redial numbers to an
engaged party.
Note: There will be no alert
indicating the call has been
connected. You must stay on
the line to hear when the call
is connected.
Any Key: Allows you to
answer an incoming call by
pressing any key, except the
[END] key, side volume
keys, Camera key, or the right
Silent.
soft key
Send Key Only: Allows you to
only answer an incoming call
[SEND]
by pressing the
key or left soft key
Accept.
Slide Up: Allows you to slide
open the phone to answer an
incoming call.
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Settings
Minute Minder
This option allows you to
specify whether the phone will
beep every minute during a
call to keep you informed of
the length of the call.
Call Waiting
The network will notify you
of a new incoming call while
you have a call in progress.
Select Activate to request
the network to activate call
waiting, Deactivate to request
the network to deactivate call
waiting, or View Status to
check if the function is active
or not.
Call Reject
This menu allows you to
enable or disable call reject
for all numbers or just the
numbers on the Call Reject
List.
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Call Reject On/Off: Allows
you to activate or deactivate
Call Reject. When the Reject
All Calls option is set, all
incoming calls are routed
directly to Voicemail. Reject on
List allows you to enable Call
Reject for the numbers saved
on your Call Reject List.
Call Reject List: Allows you
to view a list of the numbers
you wish to reject and add
new numbers to the list. You
have the option of choosing
numbers from your Contact
List or adding a new number.
Send DTMF Tones
Select from On/Off.
TTY
Allows you to enable TTY
Mode in order to contact other
TTY devices. Select from TTY
Full/TTY Talk/TTY Hear/TTY
Off.
Time & Cost
Memory
Allows you to view information
about Data Counter.
This menu allows you to
configure your Memory
settings.
To access Memory, from the
standby screen, press the
Menu,
center key
Memory.
Settings, and
Application Settings
This Menu allows you to
configure Application Settings.
To access Application Settings,
from the standby screen,
press the center key
Settings, and
Menu,
Application Settings.
Messaging
For more details, refer to
Message Settings on page 78.
Browser
For more details, refer to
Browser Settings on page 67.
Used Space
This function shows the
memory status of the handset
and memory card (if inserted).
Phone Common: This
function shows the Memory
Status of the phone and the
memory being used by Audio,
Image, Video, Multimedia
Message, Java, and Others
types of files.
Voice Command
For more details, refer to
Voice command Settings on
page 86.
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Settings
Phone Reserved: This
function shows the status of
the reserved memory used
by Text Messages, Contacts,
Calendar items, Tasks, and the
Notepad.
Memory Card: If your phone
has a memory card in the card
slot, you can save images,
sounds, and videos onto it. You
can check the current status
of the external memory card in
this memory status menu.
SIM Card: This function
shows the status of the SIM
Card memory.
Set Storage Defaults
This menu allows you to set
the storage default location for
Camera internet downloads,
Bluetooth transfers, and voice
recordings. You can set each
case separately or choose to
set all of them at once.
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Phone Information
This menu is used to view My
Numbers, Manufacturer, Model
Name, Device ID, Hardware
Version, Software Version,
Language, and DM Client
Version.
To access Phone Information,
from the standby screen,
press the center key
Settings, and
Menu,
Phone Information.
Accessories
These accessories are availble for use with your Wink.
Charger
Data cable
Battery
User Guide
Learn more
about your
Wink.
Stereo
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 inquires.
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Trouble Shooting
This chapter lists some problems you might encounter while
using your phone. Some problems require you to call your
service provider, but most are easy to correct yourself.
Message
Possible causes
Possible solutions
There is no SIM card in
Make sure the SIM card is
the phone or it is inserted
correctly inserted.
incorrectly.
Move closer to a window or
Signal weak.
into an open area. Check the
No network
service provider coverage
connection Outside GSM/WCDMA
network area.
map.
To change a security
Codes do not code, you must confirm Contact your service
the new code by entering provider.
match
it again.
Not supported by service
Contact your service
Function
provider, or registration
provider.
cannot be set
required.
New network not authorized.
Dialing error
Check for new restrictions.
Calls not
New SIM card inserted, Contact service provider or
available
charge limit reached
reset limit with PIN 2.
SIM error
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Message
Possible causes
Possible solutions
Press the On/Off key for at
On/Off key not pressed
least two seconds.
Phone cannot long enough.
Keep charger attached for a
be turned on. Battery empty.
longer time.
Battery contacts dirty.
Clean the contacts.
Charge battery.
Battery totally empty.
Make sure the ambient
temperature is right, wait a
Temperature out of range. few moments, then charge
again.
Check the power supply and
Contact problem.
connection to the phone.
Check the battery contacts,
Charging error No outlet voltage.
and clean them if necessary.
Plug in to a different outlet,
Charger defective.
or check the voltage.
If the charger does not warm
up, replace it.
Wrong charger.
Only use original LG
accessories.
Battery defective.
Replace battery.
113
Trouble Shooting
Message
Phone loses
network
Number not
permitted
114
Possible causes
Possible solutions
Signal too weak.
Reconnection to another
service provider is automatic.
The Fixed Dial Number
function is on.
Check settings.
LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT
1. WHAT THIS WARRANTY COVERS:
LG offers you a limited warranty that the enclosed subscriber unit and its enclosed
accessories will be free from defects in material and workmanship, according to the
following terms and conditions:
1. The limited warranty for the product extends for ONE (1) year beginning on the date of
purchase of the product by the original end user.
2. The limited warranty extends only to the original end user of the product and is not
assignable or transferable to any subsequent purchaser/end user.
3. This warranty is good only to the original end user of the product during the warranty
period as long as it is in Canada.
4. Upon request from LG, the consumer must provide information to reasonably prove the
date of purchase.
5. During the applicable warranty period, LG will repair or replace at LG’s sole option,
without charge to the original end user, any defective component part of the phone or
accessory.
6. LG may use rebuilt, reconditioned or new parts or components when repairing any
product or replace a product with a rebuilt, reconditioned or new product.
2. WHAT THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
1. Defects or damages resulting from use of the product in other than its normal and
customary manner.
2. Defects or damages from abnormal use, abnormal conditions, improper storage,
exposure to moisture or dampness, unauthorized modifications, unauthorized
connections, unauthorized repair, misuse, neglect, abuse, accident, alteration, improper
installation or other acts which are not the fault of LG, including damage caused by spills
of food or liquids.
3. Breakage or damage to antennas unless caused directly by defects in material or
workmanship.
4. The fact that the Customer Service Department at LG was not notified by the original end
user of the alleged defect or malfunction of the product, during the warranty period.
5. Products which have had their serial numbers removed or made illegible.
6. Damage resulting from use of non-LG approved accessories.
7. All plastic surfaces and all other externally exposed parts that are scratched or damaged
due to normal customer use.
8. Products serviced by non-authorized persons or companies.
Notes:
1. This limited warranty supersedes all other warranties, expressed or implied either in fact
or by operations of law, statutory or otherwise, including, but not limited to any implied
warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
2. Shipping damage is the sole responsibility of the shipping company.
3. EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY:
No other express warranty is applicable to this product.
THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MARKETABILITY, IS LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY HEREIN.
LG ELECTRONICS CANADA, INC. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS OF THE USE
OF THE PRODUCT, INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES, DIRECT OR
CONSEQUENTIAL, ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PRODUCT OR
FOR ANY BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTY, INCLUDING THE IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF MARKETABILITY APPLICABLE TO THIS PRODUCT.
4. HOW TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE:
To obtain warranty service, please call the following telephone number from anywhere in
Canada:
LG Electronics Canada, Inc.
Tel. 1-888-LG-Canada (1-888-542-2623)
http://www.lg.com/ca_en (see links to “Support > Mobile Phone Support”)
Electronics Canada Inc.
Mississauga, Ontario
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