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OWNER’S MANUAL
LG-E900
This guide helps you to start using your phone. If you need more
information, please visit www.lg.com
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LG-E900 User Guide - English
• This guide helps you to start using
your phone. If you need more
information, please visit www.lg.com.
• Some of the contents of this manual
may not apply to your phone,
depending on your phone’s software or
your service provider.
• This handset is not recommended for
the visually impaired because of its
touch-screen keypad.
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rights reserved. LG and the LG logo are
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Congratulations on your purchase of the advanced
and compact LG-E900 phone by LG, designed to
operate with the latest digital mobile communications
technology.
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Contents
Guidelines for safe and efficient use6
Assembling������������������������������������� 14
Getting to know your phone������������ 14
Open view������������������������������������� 15
Installing the USIM and battery������� 16
Communicating������������������������������ 37
Phone������������������������������������������� 37
Messaging������������������������������������ 40
Email�������������������������������������������� 42
Facebook�������������������������������������� 46
Entertainment��������������������������������� 47
Camera����������������������������������������� 47
Pictures���������������������������������������� 52
Music & Videos������������������������������ 56
Games������������������������������������������ 61
FM Radio�������������������������������������� 62
Navigating your Windows Phone���� 19
Using the touch screen������������������ 19
Getting to know your Start screen��� 22
Knowing and navigating the screen� 22
Customising the Start screen���������� 27
Accessing applications������������������� 28
Getting to know the application bar� 28
Customising your Windows Phone�� 31
Entering text���������������������������������� 33
Downloading applications from
Marketplace���������������������������������� 34
Utilities�������������������������������������������� 64
Setting an alarm���������������������������� 64
Using your calculator��������������������� 64
Adding an event to your calendar���� 64
Office�������������������������������������������� 65
Getting Started������������������������������� 35
Signing in with a Windows Live ID��� 35
Importing your contacts����������������� 36
Staying in Sync������������������������������ 36
Windows applications��������������������� 66
Maps�������������������������������������������� 66
Marketplace���������������������������������� 67
Hotmail����������������������������������������� 67
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The Web������������������������������������������ 68
Browser���������������������������������������� 68
Connectivity������������������������������������ 69
Bluetooth ������������������������������������� 69
Wi-Fi�������������������������������������������� 70
Play To������������������������������������������ 72
Settings������������������������������������������ 73
system������������������������������������������ 73
applications����������������������������������� 75
Software update����������������������������� 78
Phone software update������������������ 78
Accessories������������������������������������ 79
FAQ������������������������������������������������� 81
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Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Please read these simple guidelines.
Not following these guidelines may be
dangerous or illegal.
Exposure to radio frequency energy
THIS DEVICE MEETS INTERNATIONAL
GUIDELINES FOR EXPOSURE TO RADIO
WAVES
Your mobile device is a radio
transmitter and receiver. It is designed
and manufactured not to exceed the
limits for exposure to radio frequency
(RF) recommended by international
guidelines (ICNIRP). These limits are
part of comprehensive guidelines
and establish permitted levels of RF
energy for the general population.
The guidelines were developed by
independent scientific organisations
through periodic and thorough
evaluation of scientific studies. The
guidelines include a substantial safety
margin designed to assure the safety
of all persons, regardless of age and
health.
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The exposure standard for
mobile devices employs a unit of
measurement known as the Specific
Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR limit
stated in the international guidelines is
2.0 W/kg*. Tests for SAR are conducted
using standard operating positions
with the device transmitting at its
highest certified power level in all
tested frequency bands. Although
the SAR is determined at the highest
certified power level, the actual SAR
of the device while operating can be
well below the maximum value. This
is because the device is designed to
operate at multiple power levels so
as to use only the power required to
reach the network. In general, the
closer you are to a base station, the
lower the power output of the device.
Before a phone model is available for
sale to the public, compliance with
the European R&TTE directive must be
shown. This directive includes as one
essential requirement the protection of
the health and the safety for the user
and any other person.
The highest SAR value for this device
when tested for use at the ear is 0.935
W/kg.
This device meets RF exposure
guidelines when used either in the
normal use position against the ear
or when positioned at least 1.5 cm
away from the body. When a carry
case, belt clip or holder is used for
body-worn operation, it should not
contain metal and should position
the product at least 1.5 cm away from
your body. In order to transmit data
files or messages, this device requires
a quality connection to the network. In
some cases, transmission of data files
or messages may be delayed until such
a connection is available. Ensure the
above separation distance instructions
are followed until the transmission is
completed. The highest SAR value for
this device when tested for use at the
body is 1.47 W/kg.
* The SAR limit for mobile devices used
by the public is 2.0 watts/kilogram (W/
kg) averaged over ten grams of body
tissue. The guidelines incorporate a
substantial margin of safety to give
additional protection for the public
and to account for any variations in
measurements. SAR values may vary
depending on national reporting
requirements and the network band.
For SAR information in other regions
please look under product information
at www. lgmobile.com.
FCC SAR information
Your mobile device is also designed to
meet the requirements for exposure to
radio waves established by the Federal
Communications Commission (USA)
and Industry Canada.
These requirements set a SAR limit
of 1.6 W/kg averaged over 1 gram of
tissue. The highest SAR value reported
under this standard during product
certifi cation for use at the ear is 0.59
W/kg and when properly worn on the
body is 0.63W/kg.
Additionally, this device was tested
for typical body-worn operations with
the back of the phone kept 0.79 inches
(2cm) between the users body and the
back of the phone.
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To comply with FCC RF 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.
* FCC Notice & Caution
Notice!
This device complies with part 15 of
the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful
interference, and
(2) this device must accept any
interference received, including
interference that may cause
undesired operation.
Caution!
Change or Modifi cations that are
not expressly approved by the
manufacturer could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
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Product care and maintenance
WARNING
Only use batteries, chargers and
accessories approved for use
with this particular phone model.
The use of any other types may
invalidate any approval or warranty
applying to the phone, and may be
dangerous.
• Do not disassemble this unit. Take it
to a qualified service technician when
repair work is required.
• Repairs under warranty, at LG’s
option, may include replacement
parts or boards that are either new
or reconditioned, provided that they
have functionality equal to that of
the parts being replaced.
• Keep away from electrical appliances
such as TVs, radios, and personal
computers.
• The unit should be kept away from
heat sources such as radiators or
cookers.
• Do not drop.
• Do not keep the phone next to credit
• Do not subject this unit to
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mechanical vibration or shock.
Switch off the phone in any area
where you are required by special
regulations. For example, do not use
your phone in hospitals as it may
affect sensitive medical equipment.
Do not handle the phone with wet
hands while it is being charged. It
may cause an electric shock and can
seriously damage your phone.
Do not charge a handset near
flammable material as the handset
can become hot and create a fire
hazard.
Use a dry cloth to clean the exterior
of the unit (do not use solvents such
as benzene, thinner or alcohol).
Do not charge the phone when it is
on soft furnishings.
The phone should be charged in a
well ventilated area.
Do not subject this unit to excessive
smoke or dust.
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cards or transport tickets; it can affect
the information on the magnetic
strips.
Do not tap the screen with a sharp
object as it may damage the phone.
Do not expose the phone to liquid,
moisture or humidity.
Use the accessories like earphones
cautiously. Do not touch the antenna
unnecessarily.
Do not use the phone or accessories
in places with high humidity such
as pools, greenhouses, solariums
or tropical environments, it may
cause damage to the phone and
invalidation of warranty.
Efficient phone operation
Electronic and medical devices
All mobile phones may get
interference, which could affect
performance.
Do not use your mobile phone
near medical equipment without
requesting permission. Please consult
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your doctor to determine if operation
of your phone may interfere with the
operation of your medical device.
Some hearing aids might be disturbed
by mobile phones.
Minor interference may affect TVs,
radios, PCs, etc.
Pacemakers
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend
that a minimum separation of 15cm be
maintained between a mobile phone
and a pacemaker to avoid potential
interference with the pacemaker. To
achieve this use the phone on the
opposite ear to your pacemaker and
do not carry it in a breast pocket.
Hospitals
Switch off your wireless device when
requested to do so in hospitals, clinics
or health care facilities. These requests
are designed to prevent possible
interference with sensitive medical
equipment.
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Road safety
Check the laws and regulations on the
use of mobile phones in the area when
you drive.
• Do not use a hand-held phone while
driving.
• Give full attention to driving.
• Pull off the road and park before
making or answering a call if driving
conditions so require.
• RF energy may affect some electronic
systems in your vehicle such as car
stereos and safety equipment.
• When your vehicle is equipped
with an air bag, do not obstruct
with installed or portable wireless
equipment. It can cause the air bag
to fail or cause serious injury due to
improper performance.
• If you are listening to music while
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 near roads.
Avoid damage to your hearing
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.
Excessive sound and pressure from
earphones can causing hearing loss.
Glass Parts
Some parts of your mobile device are
made of glass. This glass could break
if your mobile device is dropped on a
hard surface or receives a substantial
impact. If the glass breaks, do not
touch or attempt to remove. Stop
using your mobile device until the
glass is replaced by an authorised
service provider.
Blasting area
Potentially explosive atmospheres
• Do not use the phone at a refueling
point.
• Do not use near fuel or chemicals.
• Do not transport or store flammable
gas, liquid, or explosives in the same
compartment of your vehicle as your
mobile phone and accessories.
In aircraft
Wireless devices can cause interference
in aircraft.
• Turn your mobile phone off before
boarding any aircraft.
• Do not use it on the ground without
permission from the crew.
Children
Keep the phone in a safe place out of
the reach of small children. It includes
small parts which may cause a choking
hazard if detached.
• Do not use the phone where blasting
is in progress. Observe restrictions,
and follow any regulations or rules.
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Emergency calls
• Recharge the battery if it has
Emergency calls may not be available
under all mobile networks. Therefore,
you should never depend solely on the
phone for emergency calls. Check with
your local service provider.
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Battery information and care
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discharge the battery before
recharging. Unlike other battery
systems, there is no memory effect
that could compromise the battery’s
performance.
Use only LG batteries and chargers.
LG chargers are designed to
maximise the battery life.
Do not disassemble or short-circuit
the battery pack.
Keep the metal contacts of the
battery pack clean.
Replace the battery when it
no longer provides acceptable
performance. The battery pack
maybe recharged hundreds of times
until it needs replacing.
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not been used for a long time to
maximise usability.
Do not expose the battery charger
to direct sunlight or use it in high
humidity, such as in the bathroom.
Do not leave the battery in hot or
cold places, this may deteriorate the
battery performance.
There is risk of explosion if the
battery is replaced by an incorrect
type.
Dispose of used batteries according
to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Please recycle when possible. Do not
dispose as household waste.
If you need to replace the battery,
take it to the nearest authorised LG
Electronics service point or dealer for
assistance.
• Always unplug the charger from the
wall socket after the phone is fully
charged to save unnecessary power
consumption of the charger.
• Actual battery life will depend on
network configuration, product
settings, usage patterns, battery and
environmental conditions.
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Assembling
Getting to know your phone
Headset jack
Power/Lock key
• Long press (three seconds)
to the power on/off.
• Short press to turn the
screen off.
Earpiece
Proximity sensor
ALS(Ambient Light Sensor)
Search button
Open Quick Search
Start button
Return to the Start screen;
Start the Voice Recognition
function (press and hold).
Back button
Return to the previous screen.
Mouthpiece
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WARNING:
Placing a heavy
object on the phone
or sitting on it can
damage its LCD
and touch screen
functionality. Do not
cover the protective
film on the proximity
sensor of the LCD,
as this can cause the
sensor to malfunction.
Volume keys
• When the screen
is idle: volume
of system tone &
ring tone.
• During a call:
earpiece volume.
• When playing
a track: controls
track volume.
Charger, data cable (USB cable port)
TIP! Before connecting a USB cable, wait
until the phone has powered up and been
registered on the network.
Camera key
• Go directly to camera preview by
pressing the camera key.
Open view
Battery cover
External
camera lens
Battery
Camera
flash
USIM card tray
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Installing the USIM and
battery
1 Remove the battery cover
Press the battery cover release button
as shown in the image below (1). Lift
the cover away from the phone (2).
2 Remove the battery
Using the cut-out at the bottom, lift
the battery out of its compartment.
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WARNING: Do not remove the
battery when the phone is switched
on, as this may damage the phone.
3 Install the USIM card
Put the USIM card into the USIM card
holder. Make sure the gold-coloured
contact area on the card is facing into
the phone. Push the USIM card holder
back.
4 Install the battery
First, insert the top of the battery
into the top edge of the battery
compartment. Ensure that the battery
contacts align with the phone’s
terminals. Press the bottom of the
battery down until it clips into place.
5 Charging your phone
Open the charger port cover on the
side of your LG-E900. Insert the charger
connector into the port and plug the
charger into a mains electricity outlet.
You cannot switch on the phone if
the battery is fully discharged It takes
approximately four to five minutes
to reach a charge state sufficient for
booting by TA charger.
It takes approximately 14-15 minutes
longer to charge using a USB
connection.
If the battery is critically low, the image
for the critically low battery will appear
to notify you to charge for longer.
NOTE: The battery must be fully charged
initially to improve battery life.
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WARNING: Do not connect the
charger to the phone without the
battery being installed. You must
check the battery is inserted before
charging.
WARNING: Do not remove the
battery or USIM card while charging
the phone.
WARNING: There is a risk of
explosion if the battery is replaced
by an incorrect type. Dispose of used
batteries in accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions.
WARNING: Unplug the charger
from the mains and phone during
lightning storms to avoid electric
shock or fire.
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WARNING: Make sure that no
sharp items come into contact with
the battery. This could pose a fire risk.
Navigating your Windows Phone
Using the touch screen
Touch screen tips
Your phone's touch screen lets
you easily select items or perform
functions. Learn basic actions to use
the touch screen.
NOTE:
• To avoid scratching the touch screen,
do not use sharp objects.
• Do not allow the touch screen to
come into contact with other electrical
devices. Electrostatic discharges can
cause the touch screen to malfunction.
• Do not allow the touch screen to come
into contact with water. The touch
screen may malfunction in humid
conditions or if exposed to water.
• For optimal use of the touch screen,
remove the screen protection film
before using your phone.
• Your touch screen has a layer that
detects small electrical charges emitted
by the human body.
• For best performance, tap the touch
screen with your fingertip. The touch
screen will not react to touches by
sharp objects, such as a stylus or pen.
NOTE:
• Your phone turns off the touch screen
when you do not use it for a specified
period. To turn on the screen, press the
[Power] button.
• You can also adjust the backlight time
or change the wallpaper. On the Start
screen, go to the application list and
select Settings > lock & wallpaper.
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Universal gestures on your touch Touch and hold
To touch and hold, the
screen
For most applications, natural gestures
can be used to move about and give
commands. To type text, use the
onscreen or the hardware keyboard.
The following gestures are used
to move around for your Windows
Phone 7:
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Double tap
A double tap is two
quick downward
touches on the screen
in the same place. The
double tap commands
the phone to zoom in or
out, as appropriate.
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Tap
A tap is a single, quick
downward touch on
the screen. Tap is used
to execute commands
(like pressing Enter on a
PC). Tapping also stops
any movement on the
screen.
finger is pressed down
and held there for a few
seconds.
Scroll
Scrolling is for moving
objects upwards and
downwards.
The finger is pressed
down and moved in the
desired direction. To end
the scrolling, the finger
is lifted up. Either the
content will follow (as
with moving a map into
the centre of the screen)
or it can be used for
reordering items.
Flick
Flicking is for moving
objects sideways.
The finger is pressed
down and moved in the
desired direction. To end
the gesture, the finger
is lifted up. Either the
content will follow (as
with moving a map into
the centre of the screen)
or it can be used for
reordering items.
Pinch and stretch
Pinch and stretch are
opposites of each other.
These gestures are often
used with maps to zoom
in and out.
Pinching is achieved
by pressing two fingers
down on the screen
and bringing them
together. This zooms
in on content, while
centering the image
between the finger
tips. For stretching, the
fingers are moved apart
from each other to zoom
out on an image.
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Getting to know your Start
screen
From this screen you can access menu
options, make a call, view the status of
your phone and much more.
Knowing and navigating the
screen
Start screen is the beginning of the
Windows Phone 7 experience for you
after you power on your phone. The
Start screen displays application tiles
that you have pinned and placed in
a position of your choice for quick
launch. Pressing the [Start] Button
on the phone always returns you
to the Start screen, no matter what
application is running.
1 Simply swipe your finger to the
left, right, up or down to view
them.
You can also customise tiles on the
Start screen, which are shortcuts to
your favourite menus and applications.
NOTES: When you are in a standby display
after unlocking the phone, swipe your
finger upwards to see the Start screen
displaying application tiles.
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Tiles on the Start screen
A tile is an easily recognisable visual shortcut for an application or its content.
You can place tiles anywhere on the phone Start experience.
Tiles that use the tile notification feature can update the tile graphic or title text,
or increment a counter, enabling you to create a personalised, “at a glance” Start
experience. Examples include displaying if it is your turn in a game, the weather,
or how many email messages you have received.
The Start screen is always presented in portrait view.
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Description
Make calls, with quick access to recent callers, favourites, and all
your contacts. Dial manually using the numeric keypad. Just tap the
voicemail icon to listen to voice message you want, in any order you
like.
Touch to access People hub, the integrated communication
application for emails, messages, contacts and other information.
Send and receive SMS text messages. Conversations are saved in an
instant chat style, so you can see a history of messages you’ve sent and
received. Send MMS messages with a picture you've taken.
Your Windows Phone works with Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft
Outlook Web App and many of the most popular email systems,
including Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail, Google and others. Save attached
photos and graphics to your Saved Pictures.
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Icon
Description
Touch Play To to stream videos, music, and pictures from your phone
to Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) compatible playback devices.
With ScanSearch, you can search product and local information
for streets, cities, or countries. ScanSearch allows you to view local
business information, including locations and contact information.
Enter events on your new Windows Phone. Subscribe to calendars. Set
alerts to remind you of events, appointments and deadlines. Plus, they
get synced back to the calendar on your Windows Live and vice versa.
Touch to access the Internet Explorer.
Access to Xbox LIVE to play a game and invite a friend to play it with
you. Download new games onto your phone.
View photos and videos you’ve taken with your new Windows Phone,
received in Email or MMS messages, or synced from your computer’s
Zune Software. (Windows OS only) View them in portrait or landscape
format. Zoom in on photos for a closer look. Send an email or MMS
messages with attached photos.
Play musics, videos and podcasts stored in the device by connecting
to your PC to synchronise your stuff. Listen to FM radio. Go to
marketplace.
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Description
Search the Application Store for your Windows Phone applications
and musics you can purchase or download, using your Wi-Fi or cellular
data network connection. Read reviews or write your own reviews for
your favourite apps. Download and install the applications on your
Start screen.
NOTES: The arranged location, name, or design of tiles may vary by your setting status,
area, service provider, plan, and version of Windows Phone software.
Application functionality and availability may vary depending on the country or region
where you purchase and use your Windows Phone. Contact your service provider for
more information.
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Viewing the status bar
The status bar uses different icons to
display phone information, such as
signal strength, new messages, battery
life, and active Bluetooth and data
connections.
Below is a table explaining the
meaning of icons you’re likely to see in
the status bar.
Icon
[Status bar]
Description
Signal strength
H
3G
G
E
HSDPA
3G
Data connection
2G-GPRS
2G-EDGE
Call forwarding
Roaming
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Icon
Description
Wireless network signal
strength
Bluetooth status
Ringer mode
Input status
Battery power level
System clock
Customising the Start screen
You can customise the layout of Tiles on the Start screen.
You can pin all sorts of things to the screen, including apps,
websites, map locations, and even contacts. If you pin a
contact to the Start screen, you’ll get all of that person’s feed
updates-right from the tile.
To pin most things to the screen, touch and hold the item
until the menu appears, or open the app list, then tap pin.
•If you’d like to move a tile somewhere else on the Start
screen, tap and hold the tile, and then move it wherever
you want.
•To remove a tile, touch and hold it, and tap unpin .
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Navigating and setting
applications
Accessing applications
To access your Windows Phone’s
applications:
1 On the Start screen, tap the arrow
to access the application list.
2 Scroll down to the tile if it isn’t
already visible.
3 Select an application.
4 Press the Back button
to return
to the previous screen; Press the
Start
button to return to the
Start screen.
NOTES:
• You can add a shortcut to an
application by tapping and holding the
application icon from the application
list. You can move the application to the
location you want on the Start screen.
• Your Windows Phone has a built-in
motion sensor that detects its
orientation. If you rotate the phone while
using some features, the interface will
automatically switch to landscape view.
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Getting to know the
application bar
To set an application, you can use the
below application bar and application
bar menu at the bottom of the screen.
For example, to set the Alarms
1 On the Start screen, tap the arrow
to access the application list.
.
2 Tap Alarms
3 Tap the application bar to see the
application menu or to display icon
buttons with the text hints.
4 Select the icon button or menu that
you want to set.
Application bar menu
The Application bar menu is an
optional way to access specific
tasks from the Application bar. The
Application bar menu can be accessed
by tapping the visual row of dots in
the Application bar or by flicking the
Application bar up. This view can be
hidden again by tapping outside of the
menu area or on the dots, using the
back button, or selecting a menu item
or Application bar Icon.
Application bar
The Application bar provides a view
that displays icon buttons with text
hints and an optional context menu if
you tap the visual row of dots or flicks
up the Application bar. This view can
be hidden again by tapping outside
of the menu area or on the dots, using
the back button, or selecting a menu
item or Application bar icon.
NOTES:
• A maximum of five menu items can be
displayed.
• If no menu items are displayed, only the
icon text hints are displayed.
• The Application bar menu will remain
on the screen until you perform an
action.
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Application bar icons
The following are some of the application setting icons that are frequently used.
new
add
minus
check
close
cancel
sync
refresh
question mark
exclamation
back
next
search
delete
save
folder
video
camera
e-mail
settings
favourites
add to favourites
download
upload
share
edit
overflow dots
play
pause
previous/rewind
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next/fast forward
Customising your Windows
Phone
Get more from your phone by
customising it to match your
preferences.
Setting the current time and
date
1 On the Start screen, tap the arrow
to go to your App list.
2 Tap Settings > System > date &
time.
3 Flick the Set automatically bar and
change the date and time and other
options.
Turning on or off the ringtone
and sounds
You can adjust the Ringtone and sound
like Ringtone, New text message, New
voicemail, New email, and so on.
1 On the Start screen, tap the arrow
to go to your App list.
2 Tap Settings > System > ringtones
& sounds.
Switching to silent mode
You can switch the silent mode on or
off by flicking the Ringer status bar
left or right.
Adjusting the volume of
ringtones
Press the Volume key up or down to
adjust the ringtone volume.
Selecting a wallpaper for the
Start screen
1 On the Start screen, tap the arrow
to go to your App list.
2 Tap Settings > System > lock &
wallpaper > change wallpaper.
3 Select an image and save.
You can also change the Screen
time-out and password.
NOTE:
• LG is not responsible for any use of
default images or wallpapers provided
on your phone.
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Adjusting the brightness of the
display
You can quickly adjust the display
brightness by scrolling left or right on
the indicator line of the screen.
To adjust the brightness in the setting
menu,
1 On the Start screen, tap the arrow
to go to your App list.
2 Tap Settings > System >
brightness.
3 Drag the slider for Automatically
adjust to Off and tap the desired
brightness level.
NOTE: The brightness level of the
display will affect how quickly the phone
consumes battery power.
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Locking your SIM card
You can lock your phone by activating
the PIN supplied with your SIM card.
1 On the Start screen, tap the arrow
to go to your App list.
2 Tap Settings and drag to select
application > phone.
3 Drag the SIM security Slider to On.
4 Enter your PIN and select enter.
NOTE:
• Once the PIN lock is enabled, you must
enter the PIN each time you turn on
the phone.
• If you enter an incorrect PIN too many
times, your SIM card will be blocked.
You must then enter a PIN unlock key
(PUK) to unblock the SIM card.
Entering text
You can enter text by selecting
characters on the virtual keypad.
You cannot enter text in some
languages. To enter text, please check
out and select from the supported
languages for writing. (Settings >
System > keyboard)
NOTES:
• The phone features several typing aids,
such as text suggestions that appear
above the keyboard, auto-correction,
and context-specific keyboard layouts.
(Settings > System > keyboard)
• Windows Phone 7 supports only full
alphabet layouts, such as QWERTY,
AZERTY, and QWERTZ.
• The shift key allows you to type capital
letters. There are three shift modes: On,
Off and Caps Lock (tap and hold).
• The emoticon key brings up the
emoticons picker.
• Tapping and holding a, i, e, u, o on the
screen displays an accent picker.
Entering text with the Phonepad
1 Tap the input panel icon.
2 Tap characters to enter your text.
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Downloading applications
from Marketplace
Marketplace lets you easily find
and acquire music and applications
(including games) to enhance your
Windows phone.
Individual category pages have been
added to the site for apps, games and
music.
• On the Start screen, tap to go to
your App list and tap Marketplace
.
Or, tap the Marketplace tile from
the Start screen.
• Press the Search button to search for
apps and tap the search string again
to edit and search.
• Type in the desired string and tap
and the results are displayed below
on the same page.
• Tap a list item to go to the correct
Marketplace page.
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• While browsing or searching for an
app, you can tap on an application
or game and the Details page for the
app will appear.
• Select the item you want to buy and
tap download.
NOTE:
• Pictures, podcasts, and videos are not
available on Marketplace.
• This feature may not be available
depending on your region.
Getting Started
When you turn on your phone for the first time, you will be guided through essential
settings. Please follow the instructions on the screen to activate your phone.
The following are the recommended steps.
SELECT LANGUAGE > WINDOWS PNONE SETTINGS > TIME ZONE and sign in
with your Windows Live ID
Signing in with a Windows Live ID
To get applications, play Xbox LIVE games, user a Zune Pass,
automatically synchronise Windows Live information to the
web and more, you need to sign in with a Windows LIVE ID.
Your Windows Live ID is the email address you use to sign in
to services like Xbox LIVE®, Zune®, Hotmail®, and so on. If you
can’t remember the email address you use:
For Xbox LIVE: On your Xbox 360® console, sign in with your
gamer tag, then press the Guide button on your controller
(the one in the middle that looks like the Xbox logo). In
Settings, click Account Management > Windows Live ID.
For Zune: Sign in to the Zune software on your PC. Rightclick your profile picture and click Switch user to see your
Windows Live ID. To reset your password or get a reminder,
go to http://account live.com/ResetPassword.aspx.
If you haven't yet signed in with a Windows Live ID, there are a few things you
won't be able to do on your phone at first (such as, get applications or play Xbox
LIVE games).
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Importing your contacts
When you set up your email or Facebook account, your
contacts are imported automatically into your People hub.
And when you add Facebook, your friends’ feeds appear in
your People hub, their photos show up in your Pictures hub,
and your own feeds pop up in your Me tile.
To set up a Facebook (or any kind of email) account:
1 Tap the arrow on the Start screen to go to your App list.
2 Tap Settings > email & accounts.
Getting your contacts from your old phone is also easy.
Put your old SIM card into your new phone, and then go
to Settings. Flick to applications, tap people, and then tap
import SIM contacts.
Staying in Sync
To sync your music, videos, pictures, and updates from your
computer to your phone (or vice versa), you’ll need the Zune
software.
1 Go to windowsphone.com to install the Zune software.
2 Connect your phone to your computer using the USB cable.
3 Open the Zune software, and then follow the instructions
to get your music, videos, pictures, and so on into your
collection.
4 Click collection, and then drag everything you want to
sync to the phone icon in the lower left.
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Communicating
Phone
Making phone calls
1 Touch .
2 Tap .
3 Enter the number on the keypad.
To delete a digit, touch
.
to make a call.
4 Touch
call
end call
.
5 To end a call, touch
You can also place calls using the
Phone tile on the Start screen. You can
dial calls.
TIP! To enter “+” to make international
calls, touch and hold down [0+] .
Calling your contacts
1 Touch People to open your contacts.
2 Scroll through the contact list or
enter the first letter(s) of the contact
you want to call by touching .
3 In the list, touch the contact you
want to call, and then select the
number to use if there is more than
one for that contact.
Answering and rejecting a call
When your phone rings, tap the
answer tab to answer.
Tap the ignore tab to reject an
incoming call.
TIP! When the phone rings, Turn down
the volume button on the left if you
want to switch to silent ringer mode.
Flight mode (disable wireless
communications)
Some locations may require you
to turn off your phone’s wireless
connections by placing your phone in
Flight mode.
Tap SETTINGS > flight mode. This
features toggles your phone’s mobile,
Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth communications
simultaneously.
Adjusting call volume
To adjust the volume during a call, use
the volume up & down button on the
left side of the phone.
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Making a second call
1 During your initial call, touch the
then tap .
2 Call the number, or search your
contacts using the
or .
3 Touch the call icon to connect
the call.
4 Both calls will be displayed on the
call screen. Your initial call will be
locked and put on hold.
5 Touch PRESS TO SWAP on the top of
the screen to toggle between calls.
6 To end active calls, touch end call.
If there is no active call, it will end
the Hold call.
NOTE: You will be charged for each call
you make.
Viewing your call history
On the Start screen, press the
to
view the Call log.
View a complete list of all dialled,
received, and missed voice calls.
TIP! Touch any single call log entry to
view the date, and time of the call.
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TIP! Tap the Application bar tab, then
touch delete all to delete all the
recorded items.
Call settings
You can configure phone call settings,
such as call forwarding, and other
special features offered by your service
provider.
1 On the Start screen, touch
.
2 Tap the Applications bar at the
bottom of the call history screen
and open the Call Settings menu.
3 Scroll and tap call settings and
choose options that you want to
adjust.
Voicemail number - Edits the
voicemail number
Show my caller ID to - Choose
whether to display your number on an
outgoing call.
international assist- Helps to
automatically correct some common
mistakes while dialling internationally
or dialling while abroad.
Searching for a contact
There are two ways to search for a
contact:
On the Start screen
1 On the Start screen, touch the
People hub tile to open your
contacts (People hub).
2 Touch
and enter the contact
name using the keypad.
TIP! To search for the initial of a name,
touch the Contacts tab at the top of
the screen and select Groups. This will
display a list of all your groups.
From the application menu
1 On the Start screen, touch to go
to the applications menu.
2 Touch the People application and
select the desired profile.
Adding a new contact
1 On the Start screen, touch the
People application.
2 If you want to add a picture to the
new contact, touch .
You can use a saved picture or take
a new one.
3 Touch the desired item and tap
a text field to open the touch
keyboard.
4 Touch the Done icon to save the
current added information.
5 Touch a category of contact
information and enter the details
about your contact.
6 Touch the save icon to save the
Contact
TIP!
• Tap the Application bar tab, and
then touch “delete” to delete the
contact you just saved.
• When you long tab a contact in a
people list, a short menu that you
can choose to pin to start, edit and
delete appears.
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Favourite Contacts
You can classify frequently called
contacts as favourites.
Adding a contact to your Favourites
(Pin to the Start screen)
1 On the Starts screen, touch
to
open your profile contacts.
2 Touch a contact to view the details.
3 Touch Pin to start on the
application menu, and then your
favourite contact pins to Start
screen.
Messaging
Sending a text message
1 On the Start screen, tap Messaging
> New .
2 Do one of the following:
• Begin typing a person's name in the
To: box, and then tap a matching
contact name in the list. Repeat
to add more recipients, and their
names will be added automatically
in the To: box.
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• Enter the person's mobile phone
number or their email address in
the To: box. To enter additional
recipients, tap Enter after each one.
• Tap Add , flick to a contact, and
then tap it. Repeat to add more
recipients, and their names will be
added automatically in the To: box.
3 Tap the message box, type your
message, and then tap Send .
NOTES: If you want to attach data on your
at the bottom of
messaging, touch
the screen and choose the desired file.
Remember that you are able to attach
pictures only.
Replying to a text message
1 On the Start screen, tap Messaging
, and then tap the conversation that
has the text message you received.
2 Tap the message box, type your
response, and then tap Send .
Forwarding a text message
1 On the Start screen, tap Messaging
, and then tap the conversation
that has the text message you want
to forward.
2 Tap and hold a message, and then
tap Forward.
3 Type the person's name, mobile
phone number, or email address in
the To: box.
4 Tap the message box, type a
message if you'd like, and then tap
Send .
NOTES:
• Your mobile operator might charge
you extra for text messaging, and this
service must be available with your
current phone plan.
• Text messages are also called SMS
(Short Message Service) messages and
can be up to 160 characters long.
• If your text message is longer than 160
characters, it will be sent in one or more
additional messages.
• Sometimes mobile operators will send
a text message that you can't reply to
or forward, and the message box says
Read-only message.
Saving a picture from a text
message
1 On the Start screen, tap Messaging
.
2 Tap a conversation that has a
picture, and then tap the picture.
3 Tap and hold the opened picture,
and then tap Save to phone.
The picture is saved in the Saved
Pictures album on your phone.
NOTES:
• Your mobile operator might charge you
extra for text messaging, and this service
must be available with your current
phone plan.
• Text messages that have a picture
attached are also called MMS
(Multimedia Message Service) messages.
• Some pictures you receive might
be protected using digital rights
management and can't be saved to your
phone. However, the picture can still be
set as the wallpaper on your phone.
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Email
Setting up an email account
Whether it's personal or work-related
email, you can use it on your Windows
Phone by setting up different types
of email accounts. Depending on the
email account you set up on your
phone, other items from your account
(such as contacts, calendar, and more)
can be retrieved as well.
NOTE: To set up an email account on
your phone, you must have a working
cellular data or Wi-Fi connection. For more
information about connecting to a Wi-Fi
network, see Connect to a Wi-Fi network.
Setting up a Windows Live
account
When you're first setting up your
phone, you're asked to sign in with
your Windows Live ID. If you didn't sign
in with it at that time or if you have
more than one Windows Live ID, you
can use the steps below to set up your
primary Windows Live ID or additional
Windows Live IDs.
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On the Start screen, flick left to the
Apps list, tap
Settings, and then
tap Email & accounts.
1 Tap Add an account > Windows
Live and follow the instruction on
the screen.
NOTES:
• The first Windows Live account that
you set up can't be deleted from your
phone.
• If you set up additional Windows Live
IDs on your phone, photos in those
additional accounts won't be synced to
your phone.
• You can create a Hotmail account
here and retrieve new email messages
from Hotmail to your Inbox. When you
access this Hotmail application, the
number of new emails is displayed on
the email tile.
Setting up a Microsoft Exchange
email account
You can use the following steps to
set up an email account that is on
a Microsoft Exchange Server. (For
example, your email account at work
might be on a Microsoft Exchange
Server.) You can also use the steps
in the following procedure to set
up other email accounts that use
Exchange ActiveSync—including a
hosted Microsoft Exchange email
account or an Outlook Web App
account.
1 On the Start screen, flick left to the
Apps list, tap
Settings, and then
tap Email & accounts.
2 Tap Add an account > Outlook.
Setting up an email account
from an Internet Service Provider
(ISP)
When you set up an email account,
your phone will try to automatically
find correct settings for your email
account. The email account might
be one that's through your Internet
Service Provider (ISP), or it might be
another IMAP or POP email account
from another provider.
1 On the Start screen, flick left to the
Apps list, tap
Settings, and then
tap Email & accounts.
2 Tap Add an account > Other
account.
The following is a list of settings that
you'll need to know beforehand when
the correct email account settings can't
be found automatically. Generally,
you can find this information on the
provider's website.
• The email account type (POP or
IMAP)
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• The incoming email server address
• The outgoing (SMTP) email server
address
• Server authentication settings
• SSL requirements for incoming email
• SSL requirements for outgoing email
Sending an email message
After you set up an email account on
your phone, you can send or receive
emails on that account.
1 On the Start screen, tap the email
account that you want to access
(for example, Outlook, Google, or
Windows Live).
2 Tap New .
3 Do one of the following:
• In the To: text box, tap Add , and
then choose a contact.
• Tap in the To: text box, and then start
typing an email address. Your phone
will offer suggestions as you type.
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• To remove a recipient, tap their
name or email address, and then tap
Remove.
4 Tap in the Subject: text box and type
a subject.
5 Tap below the Subject: text box,
type your email, and then tap
Send .
NOTE: You can attach pictures by tapping
before sending it.
Viewing email messages
1 On the Start screen, tap the email
account that you want to access
(for example, Outlook, Google, or
Windows Live).
2 Select an email message.
From the message view, use the
following options:
• To reply to or forward an email, tap
Respond , and do one of the
following:
• To delete one email, tap on the email
to open it, and then tap Delete .
• To delete multiple emails, tap on
the far left of an email you want to
delete. A check box will appear. Tap
the check box next to each email you
want to delete, and then tap Delete.
Retrieving your email
You can automatically or manually
check your account for new email.
To check manually:
1 Tap on the Start screen to go
to your App list and tap Email
application.
Or, you can also tap the Email
tile on Start screen, and which is
the account you want to use, like
Hotmail, gmail, and so on.
2 Choose synchronise and your
Windows phone will then connect
to your email account and retrieve
your new messages.
To check automatically :
1 Windows phone retrieves emails
automatically as the setting of the
account.
2 You can change the period of
retrieving(syncing) by changing
"download email from" setting.
(Please refer to the next category
"Changing your email account's
setting" for details.)
Changing your email account’s
settings
You can set up additional accounts
based on your own preferences.
1 Tap on the Start screen to go
to your App list and tap Email
application. Or, you can also tap the
Email tile on Start screen.
2 Touch the Application bar at the
bottom of the screen to open the
options menu, and tap add email
account.
3 Choose the email you want to add.
There are options such as Windows
Live, Outlook, Yahoo! Mail, Google
and other account.
4 Enter your email address and
password, then it will automatically
synchronise with your new email
account.
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You can change settings based on your
own preferences.
1 Touch the Application bar at the
bottom of the screen to open the
options menu, and tap settings.
2 You can change detail sync options
by tapping "sync settings" or
checking/dischecking "Always
bcc myself" and "Use an email
signature".
NOTES:
• In "sync settings" you can change the
settings below
download new content : the period of
retrieving contents
download email from content to sync
(email, contacts, calendar) : enable/
disable the contents and other detailed
account information.
Deleting your email account
1 Tap on the Start screen to go to
your App list.
2 Tap Settings and go to email &
accounts.
3 Touch and hold the account you
want to delete and tap delete.
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Facebook
Setting up a Facebook account
When you set up your Facebook
account on your phone, Facebook info
is available throughout your phone.
You can then access Facebook info in
the People hub, Pictures hub, and the
Me card.
1 On the Start screen, flick left to the
Apps list, tap Settings > Email &
accounts.
2 Tap Add an account > Facebook.
NOTES:
• To set up your Facebook account on
your phone, you must have a working
cellular data or Wi-Fi connection.
• You can only have one Facebook
account set up on your phone at a time.
If you want to add a different account,
you'll need to delete the existing one
on your phone first.
Entertainment
Camera
Before using the camera, you will be
asked whether you want to allow it to
use your location. Allowing this option
will add location info to your pictures,
so you can see where they were taken.
Taking a picture
1 On the Start screen, flick left to the
Apps list.
2 Tap
Camera.
Or press and hold the Camera key to
start the camera.
3 Make sure the camera mode
is
selected. Hold the phone steady,
either vertically or horizontally. You
can zoom in or out
to get
closer or further away from your
subject.
5 The picture is automatically saved
in the Camera Roll album on your
phone.
You can also choose to upload pictures
to the Web, including automatically
sharing your pictures to SkyDrive or
Facebook.
Once you’ve taken the photo
1 After you take a picture, flick right to
see it in the picture viewer.
TIP! Want to see your pictures and
videos in filmstrip view? Go to the
camera, tap a picture or video,
pinch it as if to shrink it and then
flick left or right to see the filmstrip.
The filmstrip works best when you
turn your phone sideways and use
a in landscape view.
TIP! Want to play with camera
settings? Tap to adjust various
settings, including flash.
4 Press the Camera key to take a
picture.
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2 Tap and hold the picture to view
picture options, such as adding
it as a favourite, deleting it, using
it as wallpaper, or uploading it to
Messaging or Play To.
Recording a video
1 On the Start screen, flick left to the
Apps list.
2 Tap
Camera.
Or press and hold the Camera key to
start the camera.
3 Make sure the video mode
is
selected. Hold the phone steady,
either vertically or horizontally.
4 Press the Camera key to start or stop
recording.
The video is automatically saved
in the Camera Roll album on your
phone.
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After shooting a video
1 After you record a video, flick right,
and then tap it to play it in the video
viewer.
A still image representing your video
will appear on the screen and the
duration will be shown on the bottom
of the screen.
NOTE: If your Windows Phone has 288
MB RAM or higher, and your phone
has added the option, you can record
and play HD video (1280x720 high-def
resolution). If you connect your phone to
your computer and copy the video to it,
you can play HD video in its full 1280x720
resolution.
TIPS!
• If you want to watch videos
downloaded from a website on your
phone, connect your phone to your
PC and sync them to your phone.
You can't automatically download
videos to your phone.
• To find a video you took on your
phone that you synced to your
computer, open the Zune software,
then click Collection > Videos.
• If you have a lot of pictures or
videos that you want to delete, or
if you want to save them to your
computer, you can save time by
connecting your phone to your
computer and using the Zune
software to do the work for you.
Adding location info to my pictures
If you include location (GPS)
information in the pictures you take,
the information can be seen by others
after you upload and share them. Once
you do, you and your friends can have
fun viewing these pictures on a map
using Bing and Windows Live Photo
Gallery, and even searching the Web
for other pictures just like it because
the location is embedded in your
picture behind the scenes.
1 On the Start screen, flick left to
the Apps list, and tap Settings >
Applications > Pictures + Camera.
2 Turn on Include location (GPS) info
in pictures you take.
NOTE: If you want this information to stay
with your pictures when you upload them
to Facebook or SkyDrive, turn on Keep
location info on upload pictures.
Getting to know the Camera mode
Camera/Video Record mode - Tap this
icon to switch between Camera/Video
Record modes
Zoom - Zoom in or zoom out.
Settings - Touch this icon to open
the settings menu. See Using
advanced settings. Allows you to
set up Intelligent Shot, Beauty shot,
ScanSearch, Photo Resolution, and
so on.
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Using Photo/Video Smart
Settings
From the viewfinder, touch
all smart settings options.
Setting Options
to open
You can change the settings by
scrolling the wheel.
After selecting the appropriate option,
tap and set the related setting.
Function
Intelligent Shot
Your Windows Phone automatically sets the shutter speed
and aperture according to the subject and brightness for
the optimum photograph.
Beauty Shot
Your new Windows Phone automatically sets the focus and
colour balance to express the natural skin tone.
ScanSearch
You can directly to the ScanSearch application mode.
Photo resolution
The more pixels, the larger the file, which means that files
take up more memory space. If you want to store more
pictures on your phone, you can reduce the number of
megapixels to make the files smaller.
Brightness
Brightness enables you to set the recording brightness
according the lighting conditions.
White Balance
Automatically adjusts the colour of the subject. You can
record in natural colours depending on the subject and
lighting conditions.
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Setting Options
Function
Colour effect
Select the desired setting options on the menu: off, sepia,
mono, negative, solarise
Quality
Choose between Super fine, Fine, and Normal. The finer
the quality, the sharper the photo. However, the file size
will increase as a result, which means you’ll be able to store
fewer photos in the phone’s memory.
Anti-shake
Reduce blur caused by vibration or movement.
Flash
Using the Flash function, you can set the built-in flash to
fire under low light conditions.
Video Resolution The more pixels, the larger the file size, which means that
files take up more memory space. If you want to store more
videos on your phone, you can alter their resolution to
make the files smaller.
Restore to
default
Reset menus and shooting options.
NOTE: Before taking a photo, you can tap Settings > Applications > pictures &
camera to access the following settings: GPS, SkyDrive.
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Pictures
Learn to view photos and play videos
saved in your phone's memory. In case
of videos, you are able to view the only
video recorded in a camera.
Pictures hub
•
The Pictures hub is your Windows
Phone's digital version of those
pictures in your wallet. Show off all the
pictures you took with the camera on
your phone, saved from emails or text
messages, or downloaded from the
Web or from your PC.
•
•
•
• Times Square wall. A showcase of
local pictures from your All view. The
mosaic of picture-perfect moments
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changes every fifth time you turn on
your phone. If you sync your phone
using the Zune software before you
visit the Pictures hub, you'll see your
pictures here when you arrive.
What's new? These are the latest
pictures your friends and family
uploaded to Windows Live or
Facebook.
Picture collection. You can view
your pictures and videos by album,
date, or favourites. When you add a
picture as a favourite as part of your
Favourites album, you can then pin
that album to the Start screen.
Hub background. Tap anywhere in
the hub to change the background,
or let us do it for you using any of
your pictures. Either way, changing
the background will also change the
Pictures tile on the Start screen.
Zune software. Sync files using My
Phone to move pictures from your
PC into albums on your phone and
vice versa.
NOTE: When you go to the Pictures hub
for the first time, you'll see 8 pictures from
the 7 folder in the Times Square wall. To
see a mosaic of your own pictures here,
you need to tap the 7 folder to delete it.
The Times Square wall will now randomly
take pictures from your Camera Roll, as
well as albums you sync from your PC or
your social networking sites.
Supported file formats
Type
Format
Image
Extension: bmp, gif, jpg,
png, tiff
Video
• Extension: mp4
• Codec: MPEG4
NOTE: Phone only Supports JPG file
format when sharing picture files using
Zune PC client.
• Some file formats are not supported
depending on the software of the
phone.
• If the file size exceeds the available
memory, an error can occur when
you open files.
Albums
Picture albums are a big part of how
you organise your pictures and videos
on your phone, on your computer, and
on the Web. Knowing where albums
can be added to and deleted from will
help keep everything in working order.
The Zune software puts pictures from
your phone albums-Camera Roll, Saved
Pictures, and Received Pictures-into
the Pictures library on your computer.
NOTE: With the exception of viewing
and deleting albums, all other album
tasks must be completed using the Zune
software on your computer.
Viewing a picture
1 On the Start screen, tap the arrow to
go to your App list and tap Pictures.
Or, tap the Pictures tile from the
Start screen if it’s pinned as a
favourite tile on the screen.
2 In Pictures, scroll and go to picture
albums (all, date, favourites) and tap
a photo tile to open and view.
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While viewing a photo, use the
following options:
• To view more photos, scroll left or
right.
• When you long tab a picture, a short
menu that you can choose to delete,
share, and add to favourites appears.
• To zoom in or out, tap the screen
with two fingers and move them
apart (move your fingers closer
together to zoom it).
Playing a video
1 In Pictures, scroll and go to picture
albums (all, date, favourites) and tap
a video tile to open and view.
2 Tap a video tile to view.
3 Rotate the phone anti-clockwise to
landscape view.
4 Control playback with the virtual
keys.
Sharing pictures
1 On the Start screen, tap Pictures.
2 Find a picture you want to share.
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uploaded.
3 Tap and hold the picture, then tap
Share.
4 Choose how you want to share or
upload your picture to the web--text
or email message, or sharing to
SkyDrive.
NOTE: SkyDrive is part of Windows Live, a
password-protected service on the Web
(photos.live.com), where you can store
and share documents and pictures up to
25 GB for free. Sign in with your Windows
Live ID and you're all set.
TIP! After you upload your pictures to
SkyDrive from your phone, you can
find and edit them within Windows
Live Photo Gallery on your computer
without having to connect to the web.
You must have a computer running
Windows Vista or Windows 7. To see if
you have Windows Live Photo Gallery
installed, from your computer, click
. In the search
the Start button
box, type photo gallery, and in the list
of results, click Windows Live Photo
Gallery.
Favourites in the Pictures gallery
Using the Favourites album on your
Pictures hub has the advantage of
putting your most interesting pictures
in one place for easy viewing. Pictures
in Favourites are also the only ones you
can pin to the Start screen (if you have
certain pictures that make you happy
every time you see them).
1 On the Start screen, tap Pictures,
and find a picture and tap to open it.
2 In the picture viewer, tap and hold
the picture, and then tap Add to
Favourites.
TIP! Want to add a picture from an
online album as a favourite? Open
a picture, tap it, and then tap Save
to phone. The picture will be added
to the Saved Pictures folder (in
the Pictures hub, go to All > Saved
Pictures). Find the picture, and then
follow Step 3 above to add a saved
picture as a favourite.
Adding or deleting a caption
from a picture
Adding a caption
You can add captions to pictures that
you upload to Facebook or Windows
Live.
1 Tap the picture, and then tap Share.
2 Choose an account to upload your
picture to.
3 Tap the text box to type a caption.
You have 4 seconds to start typing
or the picture will be uploaded
without a caption.
4 Tap Upload .
Deleting a caption
You must be on your computer to
delete a caption, and you can only
delete a caption from a picture that
you've uploaded.
1 Find your picture.
2 Sign in and follow the steps
provided by Facebook or Windows
Live to delete a caption.
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Adding location info to my
pictures
When you include location (GPS)
information in the pictures you take,
the information can be seen by others
after you upload and share them. Once
you do, you and your friends can have
fun viewing these pictures on a map
using Bing and Windows Live Photo
Gallery, and even searching the Web
for other similar pictures, because the
location is embedded in your picture
behind the scene.
1 On the Start screen, flick left to
the Apps list, and tap Settings >
Applications > Pictures + Camera.
2 Turn on Include location (GPS) info
in pictures you take.
NOTE: If you want this information to stay
with your pictures when you upload them
to Facebook or SkyDrive, turn on Keep
location info on upload pictures.
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Music & Videos
Zune software
Sync files with my phone to move
music & videos from your PC into your
phone and vice versa.
Getting music, videos, and
podcasts from Marketplace
Zune Marketplace is your one-stop
shop for great music, podcasts, movies,
videos, TV shows and more. Some
things are free to play, download or
sample. Other items are available to
buy or rent.
There are two ways to access Zune
Marketplace:
Downloading or streaming
music directly to your phone
1 On the Start screen, tap Music &
Videos.
2 Flick to Zune, and then tap
Marketplace.
3 Find a song, album, artist or playlist
by doing one of the following:
• Flick left or right, browse through
the available categories, then tap the
desired item.
• Press the Search button , enter a
song title, album title or artist name,
then tap the desired item.
4 Follow the instructions to get your
music, videos, pictures, and so on
into your collection.
Downloading music, podcasts,
videos, movies, and TV shows on
your PC
1 Go to windowsphone.com to
install the Zune software.
2 Connect your phone to your
computer using the USB cable.
3 Open the Zune software, then
follow the instructions to get your
music, videos, pictures, and so on
into your collection.
If you're not signed in, click Sign In.
If you have multiple Windows Live
ID accounts, enter the one you used
when you set up your phone.
4 Click collection, and then drag
everything you want to sync to the
phone icon in the lower left.
NOTE: Not all items are available for
purchase, rental, download or streaming.
Zune Marketplace is not available in all
locations or languages. Zune Marketplace
content varies by market. To learn more
about using Zune Marketplace, go to
Zune.net.
Supported file formats
Type
Format
Sync from
Zune SW
Audio
Extension:
mp3, mp4,
m4a, wma
Codec: MP3,
AAC, WMA
Extension:
mp3, mp4,
m4a, wma
Codec: MP3,
AAC, WMA
Video
Extension:
3gp, 3g2,
mp4, m4v,
wmv
Codec:
MPEG4,
H263, H264,
VC-1
Extention:
mp4, m4v,
wmv
Codec:
MPEG4,
H.264, VC-1
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Playing music, videos and
podcasts
Your Windows Phone isn't just a phone,
it's also a great Zune music and video
player.
Listen to music while you surf the Web
or check your email, catch up on your
favourite podcasts while commuting,
or enjoy a movie on your next flight.
There's no need carry another device
with you. Windows Phone has all your
entertainment needs covered.
1 On the Start screen, tap Music &
Videos.
2 Flick to Zune, and then tap Music,
Videos or Podcasts.
3 Find the item you want to play by
doing one of the following:
• Flick left or right, tap a category
(such as Artists, Albums, or Songs),
and flick up or down as necessary.
• To search Zune Marketplace, press
the Search button, and then enter
a song title, album title or artist
name. (Zune Marketplace may not
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be available in some countries or
regions.)
4 Tap the item you want to play.
If you need to adjust the volume,
press the Volume Up or Volume
Down buttons on the side of your
phone.
TIP!
• There's a quick way to play all your
music in random order. Flick to
Zune, and then tap Play. This icon is
next to Music.
• If you have a lot of items in a
category (such as Songs or Albums),
there's a quick way to jump to a
particular point in the list without
a lot of scrolling. For example, let's
say you're at the top of the Songs
list (in the "a" section) and you want
to play a song that starts with the
letter "s". Tap the coloured box with
the letter "a" in it. In the grid of
letters that appears, tap S.
Adjusting playback
1 When playing an item, use the
following controls to adjust
playback (some controls aren't
available for all media types, such
as videos).
Tap
this
To do this
Music: Tap the album image,
and then tap Repeat to
play the current playlist
repeatedly.
Music: Tap the album image,
and then tap Shuffle to play
the items in the current
playlist in random order.
Ratings can help you
organize your music
collection: Sorting songs,
artists, or albums by rating
gives you a quick look at
which ones to get rid of if
you need more space.
Tap
this
To do this
Music: Tap to skip to the
beginning of the current
song or to skip to the
previous song in the playlist
(the function depends on
how much of the song
you've played so far).
Videos and audio podcasts:
Tap to skip backward seven
seconds.
All: Tap and hold to rewind
the current item.
Music: Tap to skip to the next
song in the playlist.
Videos and audio podcasts:
Tap to skip forward 30
seconds.
All: Tap and hold to fast
forward the current item.
Tap to pause playback.
Tap to play.
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TIP!
• When playing songs or audio
podcasts, you can also skip to the
next and previous items in the
playlist by flicking right or left.
• When playing videos, tap the screen
to display the playback controls.
Press the Back button to return to
Music & Videos.
• Press the Volume Up or Volume
Down buttons to show the mini
playback controls. This works even
when the screen is locked.
Showing the current playlist
When you're playing music, the next
few items in the playlist are displayed
beneath the album image. To see all
items in the playlist, do the following:
1 Tap the name of the current song
(beneath the album image).
2 To hide the playlist, wait a few
seconds or press the Back
button.
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TIP! To play a different song in the
playlist, flick up or down as necessary,
and then tap the name of the item
you want to play.
Showing what's playing now
1 Do one of the following:
• Press the Volume Up or Volume
Down buttons. The name of the
current song is shown above the
mini playback controls. This works
even if your phone is locked.
• In Music & Videos, flick to History.
Showing related info about a
song
1 In Music & Videos, when playing a
song, tap the artist name.
2 Flick left or right to see information
(when available), such as other
albums by this artist, album reviews
and artist biographies.
Games
Games hub
From the Games hub, you can play
games not just on the phone; you
can also connect to and extend your
gaming experience to your computer
and your Xbox console.
• Spotlight. Read up on Xbox LIVE
game news, tips and trends from the
Xbox LIVE team.
• Xbox LIVE Gamer Profile. Look at
your profile to view recently played
games, see your gamercard, change
account information and even
personalise your avatar.
• Requests. View invitations to quickly
jump into game play, keep up with
turn notifications in a turn-based
game or accept a nudge from your
buddy to make the next move.
• Collection. View all Xbox LIVE and
other games that you have on your
phone in one place.
Playing a game
Xbox LIVE might not be available in
your area. If it is available and you want
to play games, use an existing Xbox
LIVE account or set one up. You'll need
to install the game on your phone
before you can play it.
1 On the Start screen, tap Games.
2 Flick left to Collection and tap
to open a game you've already
purchased. If you want to play an
Xbox LIVE game, you'll need to sign
in to (or join) Xbox LIVE.
3 If you want to see whether you
have a game invitation or a turn
notification, flick left to Requests.
If you want to play a game with a
friend, but don't have any games on
your phone that allow more than
one player, flick to the bottom of
your collection, then tap Get more
games to see what you can try or
buy from Marketplace.
NOTE: Xbox LIVE may not be available in
your country or region.
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FM Radio
Learn to listen to music and news on
FM radio. To listen to the FM radio, you
must connect the supplied headset,
which acts as the radio antenna.
Listening to a station
1 Plug the supplied headset into
the device. (this doubles as an
antenna).
2 On the Start screen, tap Music &
Videos.
3 Flick to Zune, and then tap Radio.
4 To choose a station, do one of the
following:
• Swipe left or right to go up or down
the dial. (If you flick instead of swipe,
you'll jump to strong stations and
skip over weak stations).
• When you long tab a dial on radio,
a short menu that you can choose
to pin to start, settings, radio
mode:speaker appears.
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• Tap Favourites
to show your
favourite stations.
TIP!
or Pause
to start
• Tap Play
or stop play.
• When the screen is locked, press
the Volume Up or Volume Down
buttons to show the mini playback
controls. You can use the controls to
pause or resume the radio or to skip
to the next or previous station.
NOTE: As you switch channels, you
might see info about each station, such
as its genre and what song or program is
currently playing. It's up to each station to
choose what they broadcast, so you might
not see info for every station.
Adding or remove a favourite
station
To tune into stations more quickly, try
adding a few as favourites.
1 Tune in to a station.
2 Do one of the following:
• To add the station as a favourite, tap
Add Favourite .
• To remove the station as a favourite,
tap Remove Favourite .
TIP! To show your favourite stations,
tap Favourites . You can also pin your
favourite station to the Start screen
by pressing and holding the station
number.
Switching between speaker and
headset modes
1 While playing a station, tap and hold
the station number.
2 Tap Radio mode: headset or Radio
mode: speaker, to switch between
the two options.
Switching radio regions
If you travel internationally, you might
need to switch the radio region setting
to listen to FM radio when you're
abroad. If you do change this setting,
don't forget to switch it back to the
original setting when you get home.
1 While playing a station, tap and hold
the station number.
2 Tap Settings.
3 On the Radio screen, tap the Region
box, and then tap the name that
corresponds to your desired radio
region.
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Utilities
Setting an alarm
1 Tap on the Start screen to go to
your App list and tap the Alarms
application.
2 If you want to add a new alarm, tap
on the bottom option menu
bar. There are preset alarms you can
activate.
3 Touch Time to set the time you want
the alarm to sound.
4 Set the repeat.
The icons indicate the weekday
you select.
5 Choose the sound you like and
name on it. When the alarm setting
is done, touch
at the bottom of
the page.
Using your calculator
1 Tap on the Start screen to go to
your App list and tap the Calculator
application.
2 Touch the number buttons to enter
numbers.
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3 For simple calculations, touch the
function you want (+, –, x, or ÷),
followed by =.
4 For more complex calculations,
change the display mode to
landscape then choose sin, cos, tan,
log, and so on.
Adding an event to your
calendar
1 Tap on the Start screen to go to
your App list and tap the Calendar
application.
to make a new
2 Touch
appointment.
3 Tap Subject to make a title for the
appointment.
4 Tap Location to enter where it's
happening.
5 Tap When to choose a date, and
then choose the time you want the
appointment to begin.
6 Tap How long to choose the time
the appointment lasts.
7 If you would like to set reminder,
occurs and status, touch more
details and select the options you
want.
8 If you want attendees to add the
appointment, tap add someone
to choose a contact. you can also
check if it is private and make some
notes.
9 Touch Save to save the
appointment in the calendar. A
coloured square in the calendar
will mark all days that have saved
appointments. An alarm will sound
at the time it starts to help you stay
organised.
10 You might want to change the
appointment details or delete
them. Touch
to modify them or
touch
to remove them.
Office
You can manage and view document
files. Supported file types are doc,
docx, txt, xls and xlsx.
1 Tap on the Start screen to go to
your App list and tap the Office
application.
2 To create one note, tap new note
and keep track of stuff at home,
school, or work.
To view all your notes, tap All.
3 To view or edit explore Excel,
Explore Word, Explore PowerPoint
files, flick to Documents.
4 Touch and hold any file, and the
options send, delete, properties will
appear.
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Windows applications
1 First, set up a Windows account.
Enter your user name and password.
2 After signing in, the contacts,
email, and calendar in your
Windows account will automatically
synchronise with your Windows
Phone 7.
TIP! If you change your Windows
Live ID account after signing in or
delete it, follow the steps below:
Applications > Settings > system >
email & accounts > add an account
> Touch and hold Window Live ID to
synchronise or delete.
Maps
Check your current location and
receive directions to your destination.
Your Windows Phone 7 must be
connected to Wi-Fi or 3G/GPRS.
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directions
Tap
and enter a start location and
end location to get directions. It will
show you how to get from the start to
the end, and route details such as the
distance and how long it takes. You
can also choose route details about
walking
and driving .
me
Tap
to search for your location. This
is actually where your phone is. You
can see your location more accurately
by double tapping or pinching and
stretching the screen.
You can also pin it to the Start screen,
or share it by messaging or hotmail.
search
Tap
and enter the location you
want to find out. It will move the map
to the place.
NOTE: If you turn aerial view on at the
bottom of the page by flicking upward
and tapping it, you can search for the
aerial location. It even describes nearby
buildings and views.
Marketplace
Marketplace lets you download useful
applications, and music and games.
If you install these from Marketplace,
they appear in your App list.
1 Tap on the Start screen to
go to your App list and tap the
Marketplace application. You can
also tap the Marketplace tile on the
Start screen.
2 Marketplace has three categories apps, games and music. Select the
one you want to install or download.
Hotmail
Hotmail is configured when you first
set up your phone. Depending on
your synchronisation settings, Hotmail
on your phone is automatically
synchronised with your Windows
account on the Web.
The inbox conversations list is your
default Hotmail view.
Touch the Menu button, then touch
Refresh to send or receive new emails
and to synchronise your emails with
your Windows account on the Web.
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The Web
Browser
Browser gives you a fast, full colour
world of games, music, news, sports,
entertainment, and much more- right
on your mobile phone. Wherever you
are and whatever you’re into.
Accessing the Web
1 Tap on the Start screen to go to
your App list and tap the Internet
Explorer application. Your can also
tap the Internet Explorer tile on
the Start screen.
2 You will move to the website.
NOTE: Additional charges apply when
connecting to these services and
downloading content. Check data charges
with your service provider.
Using the Web tool bar
1 Touch
to refresh the web page.
Using options
Touch the Menu options bar to find
more options.
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forward - Go forward to the visited
page.
share Page - Send the page link by
Email or Messaging.
find on page - Highlight the thing you
want to find on a page.
pin to start - Pin the page to the Start
screen for quick launch.
setting - Set the options below
Allow cookies on my phone
Let Bing suggest sites as I type
Website preference
Mobile version
Desktop version
delete history - Delete all temporary
files, history, cookies and saved
passwords from Internet Explorer.
add - Add the page to favourite
favourites - Access a / Edit
favourite pages and history pages.
tabs - Use tabs as a navigator for
switching between sets of pages.
Connectivity
Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a short-range wireless
communications technology capable
of exchanging information over a
distance of about 10 metres without
needing a physical connection.
You do not need to line up the devices
to send information with Bluetooth.
If Bluetooth devices are within range
of one another, you can exchange
information between them even if they
are in different rooms.
NOTE:
• LG is not responsible for the loss,
interception, or misuse of data sent
or received via the Bluetooth wireless
feature.
• Always ensure that you only share
and receive data with devices that are
trusted and properly secured. If there
are obstacles between devices, the
operating distance may be reduced.
Turning on the Bluetooth
wireless feature
1 On the Start screen, tap the arrow
to go to your App list.
2 Tap Settings > System >
Bluetooth.
3 To turn on Bluetooth, drag the
slider of the status to On.
4 Starts to search for Bluetooth
devices.
5 Tap a device which you want to
pair with.
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Connecting to a Bluetooth
headset
Once paired, you can connect to a
Bluetooth device as needed.
• If Bluetooth is off, touch Bluetooth
to turn it on. In the list of Bluetooth
devices, touch the name for the
paired device on the list.
NOTE:
• If you want to turn off your Bluetooth
later, go to Settings, then tap Bluetooth
and slide the toggle left to the Off
position.
• Once Bluetooth has been set up, the
Windows Phone 7 recognises it when it
is turned on.
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Wi-Fi
Learn to use your phone's wireless
networking capabilities to activate
and connect to any wireless local area
network (WLAN) compatible with
the IEEE 802.11 b/g/n standards. You
can connect to the internet or other
network devices anywhere an access
point or wireless hotspot is available.
Your device uses a non-harmonised
frequency and is intended for use in
all European countries. WLAN can be
operated in the EU without restriction
indoors, but cannot be operated
outdoors in France.
Connecting to a wireless
network
1 On the Start screen, tap the arrow
to go to your App list.
2 Tap Settings > System > Wi-Fi to
connect to a wireless network.
3 Move the slider to On to turn on
wireless connections. In most
cases you’ll see both secure and
unsecured networks.
4 Now tap the network you want to
connect to.
5 On the next screen, tap the text
fields. Then type your user name or
password.
6 Tap done to finish.
NOTE: To guard against accidentally
connecting to an incorrect network with
the same name, this warning will appear.
Tap connect if you’re confident it is the
correct network.
Editing your Wi-Fi connection
Suppose you need to change the
settings for a wireless network, or the
network doesn’t appear.
1 Go back to the Wi-Fi Settings screen
to select the network to edit, and
then tap and hold the network you
want to edit.
2 Tap edit to change the collected by
your new Windows Phone.
3 If you need to edit your user name
and password, go through the
network settings.
4 If you need to add or edit proxy
information, do it here. Tap and hold
to get proxy options.
5 If you need to edit the network
information, type in the appropriate
fields. You’ll need to get the new
settings information from your
network administrator.
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NOTE:
• Scroll down to see other network
options. This information should be
automatically entered by Windows
Phone 7 when it identifies your
network.
• To turn off a wireless network, go back
to the Settings screen, and set Wi-Fi
to Off.
• When you turn Wi-Fi back on, your
phone will remember the network
settings and automatically connect.
Play To
Learn to use Play To compatible with
the Digital Living Network Alliance
(DLNA) service that enables you to
have contents in your phone play with
DLNA DMR-enabled devices in your
home over a Wi-Fi.
Before you start, you must first activate
the Wi-Fi feature and add a Wi-Fi
profile.
NOTES:
• Some files may not play on devices
compatible with DLNA-DMR depending
on the devices.
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• Playback may be buffered, depending
on the network connection and the
connected DLNA DMR-enabled players.
Playing your files on another
DLNA-DMR enabled device
1 On the Start screen, tap the arrow
to go to your App list and select
Play To.
2 Tap Device icon on the notification
bar and choose a target. Your device
automatically searches for DLNA
DMR-enabled devices.
3 Select a media category > a file.
4 Playback begins at the selected
player.
5 Control playback using icons of your
phone.
NOTES:
• Playback may be buffered, depending
on the network connection and the
connected server.
• You can search DLNA DMR-enabled
devices only if they are turned on.
Settings
In this menu, you can personalise the
settings on your phone. Touch on
the Start screen to go to app list and
tap settings.
system
ringtones & sounds
Set Ringer and Vibrate and choose
Ringtone, New text message, New
voicemail, New mail.
Set to play a sound for Appointment
reminders, Key press, Lock and unlock,
All other notifications.
theme
Change your phone’s background and
accent colour to suit your mood today,
this week or all month.
flight mode
Toggle your phone’s mobile, Wi-Fi,
and Bluetooth communications
simultaneously. You’ll still be able to
toggle Wi-Fi and Bluetooth separately.
Wi-Fi
Turn on Wi-Fi to connect to available
Wi-Fi networks.
Wi-Fi settings – Set network
notification, or add a Wi-Fi network
Bluetooth
Search and connect Bluetooth devices.
email & accounts
Set up email, contacts, Facebook and
others.
lock & wallpaper
Set to change wallpaper and screen
time-out.
Toggle to set password and create a
4-digit password.
location
Applications for which you’ve
previously enabled location services
can now access your current location.
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mobile network
ease of access
Set Data connection and Data
roaming.
Toggle to set 3G connection and select
Network.
Set TTY/TDD mode
date & time
Set date, time, and time zone
brightness
Adjust the brightness of the screen.
keyboard
Set Keyboard languages. You can check
to Suggest text and highlight misspelt
words, Correct misspelt words, Insert
a space after selecting a suggestion,
Insert a full-stop after double-clicking
the spacebar and Capitalise the first
letter of a sentence.
region & language
Set Display language, Region format,
Short date, Long date, First day of
week, System locale and Browser &
search language.
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speech
Set to Play audio confirmations and
Use Speech when the phone is locked.
find my phone
Map, ring, lock or erase your phone at
windowsphone.live.com
If you’ve lost your phone, this will help
you find it. Go to windowsphone.live.
com and sign in your Windows live ID
and password.
phone update
Notify you when new updates
are found. Use your mobile data
connection to check for updates.
about
View legal information, and check the
phone status and software version.
Reset your phone. This will erase all
your personal content, including
applications that you purchased and
downloaded.
feedback
messaging
Send feedback to help improve
Windows Phone
Set SMS delivery confirmation On/Off.
applications
Connect with Zune On/Off.
Turn on to automatically download
information that enhances your Zune
experience.
games
Connect to Xbox LIVE On/Off.
Internet Explorer
Check whether you allow cookies on
your phone or not. Also you can set if
you let Bing suggest sites as you type.
Choose website preference.
Mobile version or Desktop version
delete history
Delete all temporary files, history,
cookies and saved passwords from
Internet Explorer.
maps
Toggle Use my location On/Off.
It uses your location to provide you
with better local search results.
delete history
Delete previous map searches, pins
and image data from your phone.
music & videos
Office
username
Enter your user information to identify
yourself in comments and to help with
collaboration and document tracking.
SharePoint
• data store
You can create space on your
phone by clearing the SharePoint
cache. This will delete all temporary
SharePoint files and history.
• conflicts
SharePoint lets you choose how to
manage conflicts between files on
your phone and the server. You can
choose the way you want to resolve
conflicts.
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- Notify me and I’ll resolve the
conflict manually.
- Automatically replace item on the
phone.
• startup option
Check to always open SharePoint
links.
• reset
Restore default settings.
OneNote
Toggle Automatic synchronisation
On/Off.
Turn on to automatically synchronise
notes when you open a page, save a
page or open a section.
people
Import SIM contacts will be synced
with your online Windows Live contact
list.
- Sort list by First name / Last name.
- Display names by First Last / Last,
First.
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phone
Set Voicemail number.
Show my caller ID to everyone / no one
/ my contacts
Call forwarding On/Off
International assist On/Off
SIM security On/Off
pictures & camera
Set options below.
Allow the camera button to wake up
the phone On/Off.
Include location (GPS) information in
pictures you take On/Off.
Auto upload to SkyDrive On/Off.
Keep location information on
uploaded pictures On/Off.
radio
Set regional options.
North America / World / Japan
search
Toggle Use my location On/Off.
It uses your location to provide you
with better local search results.
Check to get suggestions from Bing
as you type.
delete history
Delete previously entered search terms
from your phone.
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Software update
Phone software update
Windows Phone Update enables you
to update the firmware of your phone
to the latest version. Your phone are
alerted to Windows Phone Updates
automatically by the Windows Phone
Update service, and the updates are
installed on the phone by using the
Zune software running on the user's
personal computer. Please go to
'PHONE' menu of settings from the
Zune software and click 'UPDATE' to
check for updates available.
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Accessories
There are a variety of accessories available for your mobile phone, which may be sold
separately. Select these options according to your personal communication needs.
Consult your local dealer for availability. (Items described below may be optional.)
Charger
Data cable
Connect your
LG-E900 and PC.
Battery
User guide
Learn more about
your LG-E900.
Stereo headset
Microsoft SHG
(start here guide)
Help you get
started with your
Windows Phone.
NOTE:
• Always use genuine LG accessories.
• Failure to do this may invalidate your warranty.
• Accessories may vary in different regions.
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Ambient Temperatures
Max: +55°C (discharging),
+45°C (charging)
Min: -10°C
Declaration of Conformity
Suppliers Details
Name
LG Electronics Inc
Address
LG Electronics Inc. LG Twin Towers 20,
Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Korea 150-721
Product Details
Product Name
GSM 850 / E-GSM 900 / DCS 1800 / PCS 1900 Quad Band and WCDMA Terminal Equipment
Model Name
LG-E900
Trade Name
LG
Applicable Standards Details
R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC
EN 301 489-01 V1.8.1, EN 301 489-07 V1.3.1
EN 301 489-17 V2.1.1, EN 301 489-19 V1.2.1 , EN 301 489-24 V1.4.1
EN 301 511 V9.0.2
EN 301 908-1 V3.2.1 EN 301 908-2 V3.2.1,
EN 300 328 V1.7.1
EN 50360:2001/EN62209-1:2006
EN 60950-1 : 2006
Supplementary Information
The conformity to above standards is verified by the following Notified Body(BABT)
BABT, Forsyth House, Churchfield Road, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, KT12 2TD, United Kingdom
Notified Body Identification Number : 0168
Declaration
I hereby declare under our sole responsibility that the
product mentioned above to which this declaration
relates complies with the above mentioned
standards and Directives
Name
Doo Haeng Lee / Director
Issued Date
Sep. 07, 2010
LG Electronics Inc. – EU Representative
Veluwezoom 15, 1327 AE Almere, The Netherlands
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Signature of representative
FAQ
Please check to see if any problems you have encountered with the phone are
described in this section before taking the phone in for a service or calling a
service engineer.
Category Sub-Category
Question
Answer
* Check you do not have headphones connected
to the phone.
• Ensure that your device is connected to the
Stereo headset.
Bluetooth
You cannot listen to music on a
Bluetooth
• Ensure that the music format you are trying to
Headset
remote Bluetooth headset
listen to is supported by the headset.
• Ensure that the distance between the headset and
device is not more than 10 metres and that they
are not separated by walls or other obstacles.
You cannot listen to video
It's not supported. If you want to listen to video
Bluetooth
Bluetooth
sound on a remote Bluetooth sound, please use the ear-jack instead of Bluetooth
Headset
headset
headset.
HFP (HandsFreeProfile)
HSP (HeadSet Profile)
A2DP(Advanced Audio Distribution Profile)
Bluetooth
Which profiles are supported
Bluetooth
AVRCP(A/V Remote Control Profile)
supported Profile for Windows Phone 7?
- Music : only support Play/Pause/Previous Song/
Next Song
PBAP(Phone Book Access Profile)
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Category Sub-Category
Bluetooth
Bluetooth
Connection
Bluetooth
Bluetooth
Connection
Bluetooth
Contact
transmission
Bluetooth Print
Data
Backup
Data
Synchronization
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Question
What are the functions
available via Bluetooth?
Answer
Connecting to Stereo/Mono Headset, Car Kit is
possible.
Is it possible to use internet
when synchronising between
phone and pc?
It's not supported.
(In such case, where pc is
connected with wired LAN).
Is there any way to transfer the
contacts data to other phone
thru bluetooth?
It's not supported.
Ex) Contacts of other phone
move to phone via BT.
Can you print MS office
document (MS word, excel,
It's not supported.
PDF, etc.) using BT or wireless?
• Put your old SIM card into your new phone,
How do you import contacts
then go to Settings. Flick to applications, tap
from your old phone to your
people > import SIM contacts.
Window Phone 7?
• You cannot do this through Zune.
In Window Phone 7, "Zune" application is used
What are some limitations,
instead of "Activesync".
when data synchronising
The limitation of Zune is, while syncronizing,
between windows phone
(music, video and picture) files can not be played
7 and pc?
on the phone.
Category Sub-Category
Data
Synchronization
Data
Web-Upgrade
Misc.
Call Time
Misc.
E-Mail
Misc.
Active X
Question
How do you synchronise
between phone and pc under
Windows Vista & Win7?
Is it possible to backup the
user data automatically when
upgrading thru Web.
Is the Calling time calculated
differently according to the
model(Ex. 2G/3G, CDMA ...)
Where do you get POP3 &
SMTP Server settings?
Is the Activie X supported
like PC?
Answer
By using microsoft application "Zune" which can
be downloaded from MS website.
Zune supports whole flash backup, but does not
support backup of user data seperately.
CDMA Model : Calling time is calculated from when
you press "call" after dialling the number.
2G/3G Model : Calling time is calculated from
when the call is connected.
Please consult email system administrator for
assistance.
No, it’s not supported.
Phone
Function
Battery
How do you check if battery is Battery charge status is displayed on top of
fully charged?
the screen.
Phone
Function
W&P option
Is it possible to use W(Wait) & Yes, it’s possible. But it's supported using the
P(Pause) option, when saving hardware keyboard only. it's not supported for the
phone number to contacts?
on-screen keyboard.
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Category Sub-Category
Question
Phone
Function
Office Mobile
Phone
Function
Ring Tone Setting How do I set the Ring Tone?
Phone
Function
Ring Tone Setting
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Is it possible to edit files in
office applications of mobile?
How can I use my favourite
music as a ringtone?
Answer
It's only possible to read.
• Please note that Microsoft Office Mobile doesn't
support all the features that are found in Microsoft
Office 2010.
If a document has content that's not supported in
Office Mobile, you can still open the document on
your phone, but the unsupported content won't
be displayed.
Go to Application list and tap Settings>
ringtone & sounds to set up the Ring Tone.
there are different kinds of alerts and different
ringtones you can asign to different people.
On start, tap People > the contact you want to
change > Edit > Rigntone.
Marketplace enables users to easily find & acquire
your favourite ringtone
Go to Application list and tap Marketplace >
Music. And browse and choose your favourite
ringtone.
Please note that Marketplace may not be available
in your country or region.
Category Sub-Category
Question
Answer
Your Windows Phone 7 supports 6 different
languages (Deutsch, English (United Kingdom/
United States), Español, Français, Italiano).
Is it possible to change the
language?
If you want to change the settings, go to tap
Settings> region & language > Display
language.
You can adjust the music, rigntone and system
How to setup the system sound sound with volume keys.
and Ring sound?
• Go to "Settings > ringtone & sounds"
How do you set the time on
Applications list > Settings > date & time >
the phone?
Set automatically slider to Off > Set the Time
Phone
Function
Supported
Language
Phone
Function
Sound Settings
Phone
Function
Time Setting
Phone
Function
Youtube
This is possible via use of Marketplace YouTube
Is it possible to view video clips player.
from Youtube?
Please note that Marketplace YouTube player may
not be available in your country or region.
Phone
Function
Battery Life Time
What is the talk time of this
phone?
Calling : 360 min. (based on 3G)
Standby time : 350 hours
camera
Is there any option to save
or erase a picture, right after
it's taken?
Picture is saved automatically.
Navigate to Picture Viewer by flicking to the right.
Touch and hold the picture taken. View available
options.
(eg. Adding to favourites, deleting etc).
Phone
Function
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Category Sub-Category
Question
Answer
Phone
Function
E-mail
Is it possible to set e-mail
filtering?
Phone
Function
E-mail
[Steps]
Is it possible to set the alert
Settings > ringtones & sounds >
sound when receiving e-mail?
New email > Choose an item
Phone
Function
Phone
Function
Phone
Function
Phone
Function
Phone
Function
E-Mail filtering is possible via use of "Search"
button.
Go to Settings > applications > Internet
How can I change privacy and Explorer to delete cookies.
other browser settings?
Also, you can turn off sharing your location using
Settings > system > location.
How do you keep the LCD
Proximity sensor on the phone is designed to
Proximity Sensor screen on, during phone
switch the LCD off by default whilst on a call.
conversation?
Please contact the store that sold you the phone to
Is it possible to use SIM Card check if a SIM lock is active or not.
that's provided by different
SIM Lock
If there is no SIM Lock, certain features or services
operator?
might not be available due to phone or network
settings.
SIM lock depends on the network operator that
My Windows Phone has a
sold you the Windows Phone. Please contact the
SIM lock, can LG help me in
SIM Lock
network operator or the store that sold you the
this case?
Windows Phone.
Is Adobe Flash supported
It’s not supported.
(similar to PC browser)?
browser settings
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Category Sub-Category
Question
Answer
Phone
Function
Some streaming protocols are not supported (e.g.
RTSP). HTTP-Progressive and IIS SmoothStreaming
Is Streaming service supported.
is supported depending on the website you are
visiting and the application you are using.
Phone Spec Band
Is GSM technology Quadra
band, tri band or dual band?
(For example: 1900Mhz, 900,
1800, 850)
Quad band is supported.
Phone Spec Phone Spec
Is it possilbe to use external
GPS device?
No. There is a built-in GPS unit in your Windows
Phone 7 device.
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi Simple
Inquiry
What can I do with Wi-Fi
(wireless networking)?
You can connect to the internet or other network
devices anywhere an access point or wireless
hotspot is available.
Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi Simple
Inquiry
Is Wi-Fi serviced by Operator?
No, it isn’t. Users can access the internet thru
AP(Access Point).
Recovery
Solution
Password missing
What do you do, when you've
forgotten your password?
Contact your service provider.
How do you obtain your
password, if forgotten?
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Category Sub-Category
Recovery
Solution
Factory Rest
Web update
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Question
I want to reset my phone to
improve performance, how
do I do this?
I want to update the software
running on my phone to
improve performance, how
do I do this?
Answer
1. Factory Reset.
Go to tap Applications list > Settings > about
> reset your phone.
Resetting your phone will erase all your personal
content, including applications that you purchased
and downloaded, and wil restore the factory
settings.
2. Try to update latest SW version via Web.Your
phone are alerted to Windows Phone Updates
automatically by the Windows Phone Update
service, and the updates are installed on the
phone by using the Zune software running on
your personal computer, when you connect your
phone with it.
If you didn't install the Zune software yet, go to
www.windowsphone.com to install.
Warning!
By performing "Factory Reset", all user data will
be ERASED.
Customer MUST backup PRIOR to running factory
reset & Web update.
Category Sub-Category
Recovery
Solution
Factory Reset
Question
How to do when the
performance is much lower
than before?
Answer
1. Factory Reset.
Go to tap Applications list > Settings > about
> reset your phone.
Resetting your phone will erase all your personal
content, including applications that you purchased
and downloaded, and wil restore the factory
settings.
2. Try to update latest SW version via Web.Your
phone are alerted to Windows Phone Updates
automatically by the Windows Phone Update
service, and the updates are installed on the
phone by using the Zune software running on
your personal computer, when you connect your
phone with it.
If you didn't install the Zune software yet, go to
www.windowsphone.com to install.
*Attention
In case of Factory Reset and Web update, all user
data will be erased.
hence, customer should have to back up them
before.
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