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KG800
ENGLISH
USER GUIDE
KG800
Some of contents in this manual may differ
from your phone depending on the software
of the phone or your service provider.
P/N : MMBB0207022(1.0)
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KG800 U s e r G u i d e
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
How to Use Touch
Button
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Introduction
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For Your Safety
8
Guidelines for safe and
efficient use
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KG800 features
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Parts of the phone
Display information
On-Screen Icons
Installation
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22
Installing the SIM card and
the handset battery
Charging the battery
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Disconnecting the charger
24
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General functions
25
Call register
Making and answering calls
Entering text
27
Changing the text input
mode
Contacts
30
Missed calls
Received calls
Dialled calls
All calls
Delete recent calls
Call charges
Selecting Functions
and Options
31
Call duration
Call costs
Settings
In-Call Menu
GPRS information
32
During a call
Multiparty or conference
calls
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35
Profiles
37
Activate
Personalise
Rename
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Call duration
Data volume
Tools
Menu Tree
39
Favourites
Alarm clock
Calculator
Unit converter
World time
SIM-Menu
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43
Organiser
44
Search contacts
Add new
Caller groups
Speed dial
Own number
My business card
Settings
Calendar
Add new
View daily schedules
Delete past
Delete all
Go to date
Set alarm tone
Memo
Messages
50
Multimedia
60
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Camera
Video camera
Voice recorder
New message
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48
Write text message
Write multimedia message
Inbox
Drafts
Outbox
Listen to voice mail
Info message
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MP3
Photo album
Video album
Settings
57
Camera
Video camera
Read
Topics
Templates
Record
View list
62
Table of Contents
Contacts
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65
Text templates
Multimedia templates
49
Settings
Text message
Mulitimedia message
Voice mailbox number
Info message
Push message
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59
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Browser
66
Settings
Home
Bookmarks
Go to URL
Settings
67
Date & time
Profiles
Cache
Cookie
Clear cache
Clear cookie
Security
My stuff
Date
Time
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Power saving
Language
Connectivity
Games & apps
Profiles
4
Wallpaper
Menu colour
Standby text
Backlight
Brightness
Network name
Home screen shortcut
Dial font colour
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Bluetooth
Modem
Network
GPRS attach
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Calling
Call divert
Answer mode
Send my number
Call waiting
Minute minder
Auto redial
85
Security
Display
Games & apps
Videos
Photos
Music
Text
Images
Sounds
Others
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84
PIN code request
Handset lock
Call barring
Fixed dial number
Change codes
Touchpad lock
86
87
Memory status
Reset settings
88
Accessories
Technical Data
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How to Use Touch Button
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This product’s buttons on the slide are touch buttons.
Be sure to read “Cautions for Touch Buttons” before using touch buttons.
Cautions for Touch
Buttons
1. Make sure your hands are clean and dry.
- Remove all moisture from the surface of
your hands or the touch buttons in a
humid environment.
Touch button
image
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Touch Button
2. You do not need to press hard on the
touch buttons to make it work normally.
Keep product from severe impact, as
sensors of the touch buttons may be
damaged.
3. Use the tip of your finger to press exactly
on the touch button you want, being
careful not to touch the buttons for other
functions.
4. When both the home screen and touch
button lights are off, pressing a touch
button will not turn on the home screen
light. Press the End button and the home
screen light will turn back on (touch
buttons do not work when the touch
button lights are off).
5. If the slide is closed and the Touch
Protection function is on, during calls the
Touch button Lock function is
automatically enabled. (For details, see
‘Touch Button Status When Using Mobile
Phone’.)
How to Use Touch Button
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How to Use Touch Button
How to Use Touch Button
6. Touch buttons may not work normally if a
mobile phone case or plastic is covering
the touch buttons. Also, touch buttons
may not work normally if you are using it
wearing a glove.
7. Keep metal and other conductive material
away from the surface of touch buttons, as
contact with them may result in error.
Touch Button Status
When Using Mobile
Phone
When the slide is closed, to prevent
indiscreet action of the touch buttons whilst
using the phone or during calls, the Touch
Protection function is automatically enabled.
(In this case, the touch buttons will not work
even if they are pressed)
1. When slide is closed
- When the slide is closed, Touch Protection
function is automatically enabled. (Opening
the slide will automatically disable it.)
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- To disable Touch Protection when slide is
closed, press volume button twice.
- After disabling Touch Protection, if there is
no button action for a certain duration (5
seconds), Touch Protection function is
enabled again.
2. During calls
- During calls, regardless of slide
status,Touch Protection function is
automatically enabled.
- To disable Touch Protection, press the MP3
button or number button,
button, or
button.
- After disabling Touch button Lock, if there
is no button action for a certain duration (5
seconds), the Touch Protection function is
enable again.
Note
v For user convenience, touch button
image with functions of each touch
button is shown on the home screen
when purchasing products.
Introduction
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the
advanced and compact KG800 cellular
phone, designed to operate with the latest
digital mobile communication technology.
This user’s guide contains important
information on the use and operation of
this phone. Please read all the information
carefully for optimal performance and to
prevent any damage to or misuse of the
phone. Any changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this user’s guide
could void your warranty for this
equipment.
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Use of phone cases with magnetic locks
with slide type phones has caused
problems such as loss of network signal and
phones powering off.
Please note hat your phone software
capabilities may differ slightly from what is
stated in this user manual due to
customization to suit your operator's
needs.
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For Your Safety
For Your Safety
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Please read these simple guidelines. Not
following these guidelines may be dangerous
or illegal. Further detailed information is given
in this manual.
WARNING!
• Mobile Phones must be switched off at all times
in aircrafts.
• Do not hold the phone in your hand while driving.
• Do not use your phone near petrol stations, fuel
depots, chemical plants or blasting operations.
• For your safety, use ONLY specified ORIGINAL
batteries and chargers.
• Do not handle the phone with wet hands while it
is being charged. It may cause an electric shock
or seriously damage your phone.
• Keep the phone in a safe place out of small
children’s reach. It includes small parts which, if
detached, may cause a choking hazard.
CAUTION!
• Switch off the phone in any area where required
by special regulations. For example, do not use
your phone in hospitals or it may affect sensitive
medical equipment.
• Emergency calls may not be available under all
mobile networks. Therefore, you should never
depend solely on your mobile phone for
emergency calls.
• Only use ORIGINAL accessories to avoid
damage to your phone.
• All radio transmitters carry risks of interference
with electronics in close proximity. Minor
interference may affect TVs, radios, PCs, etc.
• Batteries should be disposed of in accordance
with relevant legislation.
• Do not dismantle the phone or battery.
Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Exposure to radio
frequency energy
Radio wave exposure and Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR) information
This mobile phone model KG800 has been
designed to comply with applicable safety
requirement for exposure to radio waves.
This requirement is based on scientific
guidelines that include safety margins
designed to assure this safety of all persons,
regardless of age and health.
] The radio wave exposure guidelines
employ a unit of measurement known as
the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR.
Tests for SAR are conducted using
standardized method with the phone
transmitting at its highest certified power
level in all used frequency bands.
]
While there may be differences between
the SAR levels of various LG phone models,
they are all designed to meet the relevant
guidelines for exposure to radio waves.
] The SAR limit recommended by the
international Commission on Non-Ionizing
Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), which is
2W/kg averaged over ten (10) gram of
tissue.
] The highest SAR value for this model
phone tested by DASY4 for use at the ear
is 0.084 W/kg (10g).
] SAR data information for residents in
countries/regions that have adopted the
SAR limit recommended by the Institute of
Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE),
which is 1.6 W/kg averaged over one (1)
gram of tissue.
Before a phone model is available for sale to
the public, it must be tested and certified to
the FCC that it does not exceed the limit
established by the government-adopted
requirement for safe exposure. The tests are
performed in positions and locations (e.g., at
the ear and worn on the body) as required by
Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Please read these simple guidelines. Not
following these guidelines may be dangerous
or illegal. Further detailed information is given
in this manual.
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Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Guidelines for safe and efficient use
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the FCC for each model. The highest SAR
value for this model phone when tested for
use at the ear is 0.084 W/kg (10g) and
when worn on the body, as described in this
user’s manual, is 0.029 W/kg (10g). (Bodyworn measurements differ amongphone
models, depending upon available
accessories and FCC requirements.) While
there may be differences between SAR levels
of various phones and at various positions,
they all meet the government requirement
for safe exposure.
Body-worn Operation
This device was tested for typical body-worn
operations with the back of the phone kept
0.6 inches (1.5cm) back of the phone.
between the user’s body and the back of the
phone. To comply with FCC RF exposure
requirements, a minimum separation distance
of 0.6 inches(1.5cm) s body and the back
must be maintained between the user s body
and the back of the phone. Third-party beltclips, holsters, and similar accessories
containing metallic components should not
be used. Body-worn accessories that cannot
maintain be used. Body-worn maintain 0.6
inches(1.5cm) separation distance between
the user s body and the back of the phone,
and have not been tested for typical bodyworn operations may not comply with FCC
RF exposure limits and should be avoided.
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.
] Keep away from electrical appliances such
as a TV's, radios or personal computers.
] The unit should be kept away from heat
sources such as radiators or cookers.
] Never place your phone in a microwave
oven as it will cause battery to explode.
]
Efficient phone operation
To enjoy optimum performance with
minimum power consumption please:
] Do not hold the antenna when the phone
is in use. If you hold it, it can affect call
quality, it may also cause the phone to
operate at a higher power level than
needed and shorten talk and standby
times.
Electronic devices
Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Do not drop.
Do not subject this unit to mechanical
vibration or shock.
] The coating of the phone may be damaged
if covered with wrap or vinyl wrapper.
] Do not use harsh chemicals (such as
alcohol, benzene, thinners, etc.) or
detergents to clean your phone. There is a
risk of this causing a fire.
] Do not subject this unit to excessive
smoke or dust.
] Do not keep the phone next to credit
cards or transport tickets; it can affect the
information on the magnetic strips.
] Do not tap the screen with a sharp object
as it may damage the phone.
] Do not expose the phone to liquid or
moisture.
] Use accessories, such as earphones and
headsets, with caution. Ensure that cables
are tucked away safely and do not touch
the antenna unnecessarily.
] Please remove the data cable before
powering on the handset.
]
All mobile phones may get interference,
which could affect performance.
] Do not use your mobile phone near
medical equipment without requesting
permission. Avoid placing the phone over
pacemakers (i.e. in your breast pocket.)
] Some hearing aids might be disturbed by
mobile phones.
] Minor interference may affect TVs, radios,
PCs, etc.
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Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Guidelines for safe and efficient use
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Road safety
Check the laws and regulations on the use
of mobile phones in the areas when you
drive.
] Do not use a hand-held phone while
driving.
] Give full attention to driving.
] Use a hands-free kit, if available.
] Pull off the road and park before making or
answering a call if driving conditions so
require.
] RF energy may affect some electronic
systems in your motor vehicle such as a car
stereo or safety equipment.
] If your vehicle is equipped with an air bag,
do not obstruct it with installed or
portable wireless equipment. It can cause
serious injury due to improper
performance.
If you are listening to music whilst out and
about, please ensure that the volume is at
a reasonable level so that you are aware of
your surroundings. This is particularly
imperative when attempting to cross the
street.
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.
Blasting area
Do not use the phone where blasting is in
progress. Observe restrictions, and follow
any regulations or rules.
Potentially explosive atmospheres
] Do not use the phone at a refueIling point.
Don't use near fuel or chemicals.
] Do not transport or store flammable gas,
liquid, or explosives in the compartment of
your vehicle, which contains your mobile
phone and accessories.
Emergency calls
Wireless devices can cause interference in
aircraft.
] Turn off your mobile phone before
boarding any aircraft.
] Do not use it on the ground without crew
permission.
Emergency calls may not be available under
all mobile networks. Therefore, you should
never depend solely on your mobile phone
for emergency calls. Check with your local
service provider.
Children
Keep the phone in a safe place out of small
children's reach. It includes small parts which
if detached may cause a choking hazard.
Battery information and
care
]
You do not need to completely discharge
the battery before recharging. Unlike other
battery systems, there is no memory effect
that could compromise the battery's
performance.
] Use only LG batteries and chargers. LG
chargers are designed to maximize the
battery life.
] Do not disassemble or short-circuit the
battery pack.
] Keep the metal contacts of the battery
pack clean.
Guidelines for safe and efficient use
In aircraft
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Guidelines for safe and efficient use
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Guidelines for safe and efficient use
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Replace the battery when it no longer
provides acceptable performance. The
battery pack may be recharged hundreds
of times until it needs replacing.
] Recharge the battery if it has not been
used for a long time to maximize 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.
Driver Safety Tips
Your wireless telephone gives you the
powerful ability to communicate by voice almost anywhere, anytime. But an
important responsibility accompanies the
benefits of wireless phones, one that every
user must uphold.
When driving a car, driving is your first
responsibility. When using your wireless
phone behind the wheel of a car, practice
good common sense and remember the
following tips:
] Use a hands free device. If possible, add an
additional layer of convenience and safety
to your wireless phone with one of the
many hands free accessories available
today.
] Let the person you are speaking with know
you are driving; if necessary, suspend the
call in heavy traffic or hazardous weather
conditions. Rain, sleet, snow, ice and even
heavy traffic can be hazardous.
]
]
Use your wireless phone to help others in
emergencies, if you see an auto accident
crime in progress or other serious
emergency where lives are in danger, call
0-0-0 to call emergency number, as you
would want others to do for you.
] Call roadside assistance or a special nonemergency wireless assistance number
when necessary. If you see a broken down
vehicle posing no serious hazard, a broken
traffic signal, a minor traffic accident where
no one appears injured, or a vehicle you
know to be stolen, call roadside assistance
or other special non-emergency wireless
number.
Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Do not take notes or look up phone
numbers while driving. Jotting down a "to
do" list or flipping through your address
book takes attention away from your
primary responsibility, driving safely.
] If possible, place calls when you are not
moving or before pulling into traffic. Try to
plan calls when you will not be driving.
] Do not engage in stressful or emotional
conversations that may be distracting.
Make people you are talking with aware
you are driving and suspend conversations
that have the potential to divert your
attention from the road.
] Use your wireless phone to call emergency
services for yourself or others. Dial 0-0-0
local emergency number in the case of fire,
traffic accident or medical emergencies.
Remember, it is a free call on your wireless
phone!
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KG800 features
KG800 features
Parts of the phone
Open view
Earpiece
Navigation keys
Main LCD
v In standby mode:
v Top: Icons showing signal
i Briefly: List of Favourites
j Briefly: List of Contacts
k Briefly: List of Profiles
(Hold down: Activate/
Deactivate Vibrate mode)
l Briefly: List of Messages
v In menu: scroll up & down
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strength, battery level and
various other functions.
v Bottom: Soft key indications
Alpha numeric keys
v In standby mode: Input
numbers to dial. Hold down
- International calls
- Dial Voice mail centre.
to
- Speed dials
v In editing mode: Enter
numbers & characters
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These keys perform the function Indicated in the
bottom of the display.
KG800 features
Left soft key/ Right soft key
Confirm key
Selects menu options and confirms actions.
Clear key
Deletes a character with each press.
Hold the key down to clear all input.
Use this key to go back to a previous screen.
Send key
v Dial a phone number and answer a call.
v In standby mode: shows a history of calls
made, received, and missed.
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KG800 features
Left side view
KG800 features
Side keys
v In standby mode (opened):
Volume of key tone
v In standby mode (closed):
Short press - The main LCD light
on.
Long press - Only display a
wallpaper.
v In menu: scroll up & down
v During a call: volume of the
earpiece
Note
v To protect the sense of
hearing while Slide open,
maximum volume level is 3.
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Right side view
End key
v Switch on/off
(hold down)
v End or reject a call.
Camera/MP3 and Multimedia
hot key
v Activates the MP3 player (long
press) and Multimedia menu (short
press) directly.
Rear view
Flash
Battery latch
Press this button to remove the
battery cover.
Holes for a
carrying strap
KG800 features
Camera lens
Battery
Battery charging connector/
Cable connector and Ear jack
Note
v Please ensure phone is
powered on and in idle
mode before connecting
the USB cable.
SIM card
socket
Battery terminals
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KG800 features
KG800 features
Display Information
Icon area
On-Screen Icons
Text and graphic
area
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Middle lines
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The screen displays several icons. These are
described below.
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Soft key
indications
Description
Displays various icons.
Display messages,
instructions and any
information that you enter,
such as number to be
dialled.
Shows the functions
currently assigned to the
two soft keys.
Icon/Indicator
Description
Tells you the strength of the
network signal.
Call is connected.
You can use GPRS service.
Shows that you are using a
roaming service.
The alarm has been set and
is on.
Tells you the status of the
battery.
You have received a text
message.
You have received a voice
message.
v The quality of the conversation may
change depending on network
coverage. When the signal strength is
below 2 bars, you may experience
muting, call drop and poor audio.
Please refer to this signal as an
indicator for your calls. When there
are no bars, that means that there is
no network coverage: in this case, you
won’t be able to access the network
for any service (call, messages and so
on).
Icon/Indicator
Description
Vibrate only menu in profile.
General menu in profile.
Loud menu in profile.
Silent menu in profile.
Headset menu in profile.
You can divert a call.
Indicates that the phone is
accessing the WAP.
Indicates that you are using
GPRS.
You have activated
Bluetooth menu.
KG800 features
Note
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Installation
Installation
Installing the SIM card
and the handset battery
Make sure the power is off before you remove
the battery.
1. Remove the battery.
Press and hold down the battery release
button and slide the battery down.
2. Install the SIM card.
Insert and slide the SIM card into the SIM
card holder. Make sure that the SIM card is
inserted properly and that the gold contact
area on the card is facing downwards.
To remove the SIM card, press down lightly
and push it in the reverse direction.
To insert the SIM card To remove the SIM card
Note
v The metal contact of the SIM card can
be easily damaged by scratches. Pay
special attention to the SIM card while
handling. Follow the instructions
supplied with the SIM card.
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Charging the Battery
Before connecting the travel adapter to the
phone you must first install the battery.
Installation
3. Install the battery.
Slide the battery upwards until it snaps back
into place.
1. Ensure the battery is fully charged before
using the phone for the first time.
2. With the arrow facing you as shown in the
diagram push the plug on the battery
adapter into the socket on the side of the
phone until it clicks into place.
3. Connect the other end of the travel
adapter to the mains socket. Use only the
charger included in the box.
4. The moving bars of battery icon will stop
after charging is complete.
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Installation
CAUTION!
Installation
• Do not force the connector as this may damage
the phone and/or the travel adapter.
• If you use the battery pack charger out of your
own country, use an attachment plug adaptor
for the proper configuration.
• Do not remove your battery or the SIM card
while charging.
WARNING!
• Unplug the power cord and charger during
lightning storms to avoid electric shock or fire.
• Make sure that no sharp-edged items such as
animal teeth or nails, come into contact with the
battery.
There is a risk of this causing a fire.
• Do not place or answer calls while charging the
phone as it may short-circuit the phone and/or
cause electric shock or fire.
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Disconnecting the
charger
Disconnect the travel adapter from the
phone as shown in the diagram below.
General Functions
Making a call
1. Make sure your phone is switched on.
2. Enter a phone number, including the area
code.
] Press and hold the clear key b to
erase the entire number.
3. Press the send key a to call the
number.
4. To end the call, press the end key
.
Making a call from the call
history list
1. In standby mode, press the send key a ,
and the latest incoming, outgoing and
missed phone numbers will be displayed.
2. Select the desired number by using the
up/down navigation keys.
3. Press a to call the number.
Making an international call
1. Press and hold the
key for the
international prefix. The ‘+’ character
automatically selects the international
access code.
2. Enter the country code, area code, and the
phone number.
3. Press a to call the number.
General Functions
Making and answering
calls
Ending a Call
When you have finished your call, press the
end
key.
Making a call from the
phonebook
You can save the names and phone numbers
dialled regularly in Contacts. You can save
them to the SIM card and/or phone memory.
You can dial a number by simply looking up
the desired name in the phonebook and
pressing the a key.
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General Functions
Adjusting the volume
General Functions
Note
v In standby mode with the phone open,
pressing the side keys adjusts the key
tone volume.
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Note
If you want to adjust the earpiece volume
during a call, use the side keyso. Press the
up side key to increase and down side key to
decrease the volume.
v If Press any key has been set as the
answer mode any key press will answer a
call except for the
or the right soft
key.
]
You can answer a call while using the
address book or other menu features.
2. To end the call, close the phone or press
the
key.
Answering a call
Manner mode (Quick)
When you receive a call, the phone rings and
the flashing phone icon appears on the
screen. If the caller can be identified, the
caller’s phone number (or name/photo if
saved in the phonebook) is displayed.
1. To answer an incoming call, open the
phone. (When Slide open has been set as
the answer mode. (Menu 9.6.2).)
You can activate the manner mode by
pressing and holding down the k key after
opening the phone.
ABC mode
You can check the strength of your signal by
the signal indicator (
) on the LCD
screen of your phone. Signal strength can
vary, particularly inside buildings. Moving
near to a window may improve reception.
This mode lets you enter letters by pressing
the key labelled with the required letter once,
twice, three or four times until the letter is
displayed.
123 mode (Number mode)
Entering text
You can enter alphanumeric characters by
using the phone’s keypad. For example,
storing names in the phonebook, writing a
message, creating a personal greeting. The
following text input methods are available in
the phone.
T9 mode
This mode lets you enter words with only one
keystroke per letter. Each key on the keypad
has more than one letter. The T9 mode
automatically compares your keystrokes with
an internal dictionary to determine the
correct word, thus requiring far fewer
keystrokes than the traditional ABC mode.
This is sometimes known as predictive text.
General Functions
Signal strength
Type numbers using one keystroke per
number. To change to 123 mode in a text
entry field, press the
key until 123
mode is displayed.
Changing the text input
mode
text input mode
1. When you are in a
)HMX
field that allows
characters to be
entered, you will
notice the text
input mode
Options
Insert
indicator in the
top right corner of the LCD screen.
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General Functions
General Functions
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2. Change the text input mode by pressing
You can check the current text
input mode in the top right corner of the
LCD screen.
Using the T9 mode
The T9 predictive text input mode lets you
enter words easily with a minimum number of
key presses. As you press each key, the
phone begins to display the characters that it
thinks you are typing based on the built-in
dictionary.
You can also add new words in the dictionary.
As new words are added, the word changes
to reflect the most likely candidate from the
dictionary. You can turn the T9 mode on or
off, and change the T9 language by holding
down the (
) key.
1. When you are in the T9 predictive text
input mode, start entering a word by
pressing keys
to
. Press one
key per letter.
] The word changes as letters are typed.
Ignore what’s on the screen until the word
is typed completely.
]
If the word is still incorrect after typing
completely, press the down navigation key
once or more to cycle through the other
word options.
Example: Press
to
type Good.
Press
[down navigation key] to type Home.
] If the desired word is missing from the word
choice list, add it using the ABC mode.
] You can select the language of the T9
mode. Press the left soft key [Option],
then select T9 languages. Select the
desired language of T9 mode. You can also
turn off the T9 mode by selecting T9 off.
The default setting on the phone is T9
enabled mode.
2. Enter the whole word before editing or
deleting any keystrokes.
3. Complete each word with a space by
pressing the
key. To delete letters,
press b . Press and hold down b to
erase entire words.
Note
v Refer to the table below for more
without saving your input, press .
The phone goes back to standby mode.
Using the ABC mode
Use the
to
keys to enter your
text.
1. Press the key labelled with the required
letter:
] Once for the first letter.
] Twice for the second letter.
] And so on.
2. To insert a space, press the
key
once. To delete letters, press the b key.
Press and hold down the b key to clear
the whole display.
information on the characters available
using the alphanumeric keys.
Key
Characters in the order display
Upper Case
Lower Case
.,/?!-:'"1
.,/?!-:'"1
ABC2
abc2
DEF3
def3
GHI4
ghi4
JKL5
jkl5
MNO6
mno6
PQRS7
pqrs7
TUV8
tuv8
WXYZ9
wxyz9
Space 0
Space 0
General Functions
Note
v To exit from the text input mode
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General Functions
General Functions
Using the 123 (Number) mode
Contacts
The 123 mode enables you to enter
numbers in a text message (a telephone
number, for example).
Press the keys corresponding to the required
digits before manually switching back to the
appropriate text entry mode. You can quickly
switch from letters to numbers by pressing
and holding down the (
) key.
You can store phone numbers and their
corresponding names in the memory of your
SIM card.
In addition, you can store up to 1000
numbers and names in the phone memory.
The SIM card and phone are both used in the
same way in the Contacts menu.
Using the Symbol Mode
Using the Symbol Mode The Symbol Mode
enables you to enter various symbols or
special characters.
To enter a symbol, press the
key. Use
the navigation keys to scroll through the
symbols and press the corresponding key
and then press the [OK] key.
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Selecting Functions and Options
1IRY
1IRY
1IRY
1IRY
1IRY
1IRY
1IRY
Press the left soft
key to access the
available menu.
>33
>33
>33
>33
>33
>33
>33
Press the right
soft key to access
the available
ZOO.
Selecting Functions and Options
Your phone offers a set of functions that
allow you to customise the phone. These
functions are arranged in the menus and submenus, accessed via the two soft keys marked
d and e. Each menu and sub-menu lets
you view and alter the settings of a particular
function.
The role of the soft keys vary according to
the current context or the label on the
bottom line of the screen just above each key
indicates its current role.
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In-call menu
In-call menu
Your phone provides a number of control
functions that you can use during a call. To
access these functions during a call, initially
press the MP3 key to unlock the touch
screen and then press the left soft key
[Options].
During a call
The menu displayed on the handset screen
during a call is different to the default main
menu displayed when in standby mode, and
the options are described below.
Making a second call
You can get a number you wish to dial from
the phonebook to make a second call. Press
the right soft key selecting Contacts. To
save the dialled number into the phonebook
during a call, press the right soft key then
select Add new.
Switching between two calls
To switch between two calls, press the left
soft key then select Swap.
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Answering an incoming call
To answer an incoming call when the handset
is ringing, slide open the phone then press
the a key. The handset is also able to
warn you of an incoming call while you are
already on a call. A tone sounds in the
earpiece, and the display will show that a
second call is waiting.
This feature, known as Call waiting, is only
available if your network supports it. For
details of how to activate and deactivate it
see Call waiting (Menu 9.6.4)
If Call waiting is activated, you can put the
first call on hold and answer the second, by
pressing or by selecting the left soft key, then
Hold & Answer. You can end the current call
and answer the waiting call by selecting the
Right soft key and then End & Answer.
Rejecting an incoming call
You can reject an incoming call without
answering by simply pressing the
key.
During a call, you can reject an incoming call
by pressing the Right soft key [Menu] key
and selecting the Conference/Reject or by
pressing the
.
Muting the microphone
Switching DTMF tones on during
a call
To turn DTMF tones on during a call, press
the left soft key, and then select DTMF on.
DTMF tones can be turned off the same way.
DTMF tones allow your phone to make use of
an automated switchboard.
Multiparty or conference
calls
The multiparty or conference service
provides you with the ability to have a
simultaneous conversation with more than
one caller, if your network operator supports
this feature. A multiparty call can only be set
up when you have one active call and one call
In-call menu
You can mute the microphone during a call
by pressing the [Options] key then selecting
Mute on. The handset can be unmuted by
selecting Mute off. When the handset is
muted, the caller cannot hear you, but you
can still hear them.
on hold, both calls having been answered.
Once a multiparty call is set up, calls can be
added, disconnected or separated (that is,
removed from the multiparty call but still
connected to you) by the person who set up
the multiparty call. These options are all
available from the In-Call menu. The
maximum callers in a multiparty call are five.
Once started, you are in control of the
multiparty call, and only you can add callers
to the multiparty call.
Making a second call
You can make a second call while currently on
a call. Enter the second number and press the
a key. When the second call is
connected, the first call is automatically
placed on hold. You can swap between calls
by pressing the left soft key then selecting
Swap.
Setting up a conference call
Place one call on hold and while the active call
is on, press the left soft key and then select
the Conference/Join all.
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In-call menu
Putting a conference call on hold
In-call menu
Press the left soft key, then select the
Conference/Hold all.
Activate the conference call on
hold
Press the left soft key, then select the
Conference/Join all.
Adding calls to the conference call
To add a call to an existing conference call,
press the left soft key, then select the
Conference/Join all.
Displaying callers in a conference
call
To scroll through the numbers of the callers
who make up a conference call on the
handset screen, use the up/down navigation
keys.
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Taking a private call during a
conference call
To have a private call with one caller from a
conference call, display the number of the
caller you wish to talk to on the screen, then
press the left soft key. Select the
Conference/Private to put all the other
callers on hold.
Ending a conference call
The currently displayed caller from a
conference call can be disconnected by
pressing the key. To end a conference
call, press the left soft key, then select the
Conference/End multiparty.
After pressing the left soft key, selecting all
will end all the active and onhold calls.
Menu Tree
1. Profiles
1.X.1 Activate
1.X.2 Personalise
1.X.3 Rename
2. Call register
2.1 Missed calls
2.2 Received calls
2.3 Dialled calls
2.4 All calls
2.5 Delete recent calls
2.6 Call charges
2.7 GPRS information
3. Tools
3.1 Favourites
3.2 Alarm clock
3.3Calculator
3.4 Unit converter
3.5 World time
3.6 SIM-Menu
4. Organiser
Menu Tree
The following illustration shows the available menu structure and indicates the:
] Number assigned to each menu option, where applicable.
5. Messages
5.1 New message
5.2 Inbox
5.3 Drafts
5.4 Outbox
5.5 Listen to voice mail
5.6 Info message
5.7 Templates
5.8 Settings
4.1 Contacts
4.2 Calendar
4.3 Memo
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Menu Tree
Menu Tree
6. Multimedia
6.1 Camera
6.2 Video camera
6.3 Voice recorder
6.4 MP3
6.5 Photo album
6.6 Video album
6.7 Settings
7. Browser
7.1 Home
7.2 Bookmarks
7.3 Go to URL
7.4 Settings
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8. My stuff
8.1 Games & apps
8.2 Videos
8.3 Photos
8.4 Music
8.5 Text
8.6 Images
8.7 Sounds
8.8 Others
9. Settings
9.1 Date & time
9.2 Display
9.3 Power saving
9.4 Language
9.5 Connectivity
9.6 Calling
9.7 Security
9.8 Memory status
9.9 Reset settings
Profiles
] Call alert type: Set the alert type for
Activate
] Message tone: Select the alert tone for
(Menu 1.X.1)
1. A list of profiles is displayed.
2. In the Profiles list, scroll to the profile you
want to activate and press the left soft key
d OK key.
3. Then, select Activate.
Personalise (Menu 1.X.2)
Scroll to the desired profile in the Profile list.
After pressing the left soft key d or the
OK key, select Personalise. The profile
setting option opens. Set the option as
required.
incoming calls.
] Ring tone: Select the desired ring tone
from the list.
Profiles
In Profiles, you can adjust and customise the
phone tones for different events,
environments, or caller groups.
There are five preset profiles: General,
Silent, Vibrate only, Loud and Headset.
Each profile can be personalised. Press the
left soft key [Menu] and select Profiles using
up/down navigation keys.
] Ring volume: Set the volume of the ringing
tone.
] Message alert type: Set the alert type for
messages.
messages.
] Keypad tone: Select the desired keypad
tone.
] Keypad volume: Set the volume of keypad
tone.
] Slide tone: Allows you to set the slide
tone.
] Effect sound volume: Set the volume of
effect sound.
] Power on/off volume: Set the volume of
the ringing tone when switching the phone
on/off.
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Profiles
Rename (Menu 1.X.3)
Profiles
You can rename a profile and give it any name
you choose to.
Note
v Vibrate only, Silent and Headset profiles
cannot be renamed.
1. To change the name of a profile, scroll to
the profile in the profile list and after
pressing the left soft key d or the OK
key, select Rename.
2. Key in the desired name and press the OK
key or the left soft key d [OK].
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Call register
Missed calls
Received calls
Menu 2.2
This option lets you view the last 10 incoming
calls. You can also:
] View the number if available and call it or
save it in the Address Book
] Enter new name for the number and save
both in the Address Book
] Send a message to this number
] Delete the call from the list
Call register
You can check the record of missed, received,
and dialled calls only if the network supports
the Calling Line Identification (CLI) within the
service area.
The number and name (if available) are
displayed together with the date and time at
which the call was made. You can also view call
times.
Menu 2.1
This option lets you view the last 10
unanswered calls. You can also:
] View the number if available and call it, or
save it in the Address Book
] Enter a new name for the number and save
both in the Address Book
] Send a message to this number
] Delete the call from the list
Dialled calls
Menu 2.3
This option lets you view the last 20 outgoing
calls (called or attempted).
You can also:
] View the number if available and call it or
save it in the Address Book
] Enter new name for the number and save
both in the Address Book
] Send a message to this number
] Delete the call from the list
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Call register
Call register
All calls
Menu 2.4
You can view all lists of outgoing or incoming
calls.
Delete recent calls
] Reset all: Allows you to reset the timers of
Menu 2.5
Call costs (Menu 2.6.2)
Allows you to check the cost of your last call,
all calls, remaining and reset the cost. To
reset the cost, you need to know your PIN2
code.
Menu 2.6
Call duration (Menu 2.6.1)
Allows you to view the duration of your
incoming and outgoing calls. You can also
reset the call times.
The following timers are available:
] Last call: Length of the last call.
] All calls: Total length of all calls made and
incoming calls since the timer was last
reset.
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calls.
] Dialled calls: Length of the outgoing calls.
all calls by pressing the left soft key d
[Yes].
Allows you to delete missed calls, received
calls, dialled calls and all calls.
Call charges
] Received calls: Length of the incoming
Settings (Menu 2.6.3)
(SIM Dependent)
] Set tariff: You can set the currency type
and the unit price. Contact your service
providers to obtain charging unit prices.
To select the currency or unit in this menu,
you need the PIN2 code.
] Set credit: This network service allows you
to limit the cost of your calls by selected
charging units. If you select Read, the
number of remaining unit is shown. If you
select Change, you can change your
change limit.
] Auto display: This network service allows
GPRS information
Call register
you to automatically see the cost of your
last calls. If set to On, you can see the last
cost when the call is released.
Menu 2.7
You can check the amount of data
transferred over the network through the
GPRS information option. In addition, you
can also view how much time you are online.
Call duration (Menu 2.7.1)
You can check the duration of Last call and
All calls. You can also reset the call timers.
Data volume (Menu 2.7.2)
You can check The Sent, Received or All
data volume. You can also reset all data
volume records.
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Tools
Tools
Favourites
Menu 3.1
This option allows you to add your own
favourites to the list already provided. Once
you create your own menu, you can access
the desired function quickly in the idle screen
by pressing the up navigation key.
Note
v The menu of SMS, MMS, Games &
apps, Connectivity, Alarm clock, MP3
and Camera is already provided in your
own favourites.
Alarm clock
Menu 3.2
You can set up to 5 alarm clocks to go off at
a specified time.
1. Select On and enter the alarm time you
want.
2. Select the repeat period: Once, Mon Fri,
Mon Sat, Everyday.
3. Select the alarm tone you want and press
d [OK].
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4. Edit the alarm name and press d [OK].
Calculator
Menu 3.3
This contains the standard functions such as
+, _, x, ÷ : Addition, Subtraction,
Multiplication, and Division.
Furthermore, you can use the various
function of calculator such as +/_, sin, cos,
tan, log, IN, exp, sqrt.
1. Input the numbers by pressing numeric
keys.
2. Use a navigation key to select a sign for
calculation.
3. Then input the numbers.
4. Press h key to view the result.
5. To input the decimal number, press
key. If youpress
key, you can enter
( ).
6. To end Calculator, press the right soft key
e [Back].
Menu 3.4
This converts any measurement into a unit
you want. There are 9 types that can be
converted into units:
Currency, Area, Length, Weight,
Temperature, Volume, Velocity, Shoes and
Clothes.
1. You can select one of nine unit types by
pressing d [OK] key.
2. Select the unit you want to convert by
pressing i and j . It’s impossible to
input “-” symbol inunit converter.
3. Select the standard value by using k , l.
1. Select the city corresponding to your time
zone by pressing the left/right navigation
keys one or more times. The local date and
time are displayed.
2. If you want to change the time display in
standby mode to the selected time, press
the left soft key and select Set.
SIM-Menu
Tools
Unit converter
MENU 3.6
This menu depends on SIM and the network
services.
Note
World time
] In case the SIM card support
Menu 3.5
You can check the current time of Greenwich
Mean Time (GMT) and major cities around
the world, using the left/right navigation
keys.
The screen shows the city name, current date
and time.
To select the time zone in which you are
located, proceed as follows:
SAT(i.e. SIM Application Toolkit)
services, this menu will be the
operator specific service name
stored on the SIM card.
] In case the SIM card does not
support SAT services, this menu
will be Profiles.
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Organiser
Organiser
Contacts
Menu 4.1
Search contacts (Menu 4.1.1)
1. Select Search by pressing the left soft key
d [Contacts] or [OK].
2. Enter the name that you want to search.
Note
v Instant searching is available by
inputting the initial letter of the name
or number you want to search.
v If your handset has been customized by
the operator, (right soft key is not
contacts), you can still access the
contacts by pressing the menu key
(left soft key) followed by Organizer
and then press ok.
3. If you want to edit, delete or copy an
entry, select the left soft key d
[Options]. The following menu will be
displayed.
] Edit: You can edit the name, number,
group, character and picture by using the
navigation key.
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]
Write messages: After you have found the
number you want, you can send a
text/multimedia message to the selected
number.
] Send via Bluetooth: You can send the
data of phone book to devices which is
compatible with Bluetooth through
Bluetooth.
] Copy to handset: You can copy an entry
from SIM to phone or from phone to SIM.
] Assign speed dial: You can assign the
entry as a speed dial.
] View caller groups: For further details see
(Menu 4.1.3).
] Delete: You can delete an entry.
Note
v To use the Photo Caller ID feature,
contacts must exist within the Phone
Book and photos must be taken in
72x72 resolution. For more
information about associating a photo
to a contact please refer to the Camera
section.
Add new (Menu 4.1.2)
Note
v Maximum stored name and number
length depends on SIM-card type.
1. Select Add new by pressing the left soft
key d [OK] or [OK].
2. Select the memory you want to save: SIM
or Phone. If you set to Phone, you need to
select which number you want as a main
number.
a. Press d [OK] to input a name.
b. Press d [Save], then you can input a
number.
c. You can set a group for the entry by
pressing k , l .
Caller groups (Menu 4.1.3)
You can add up to 20 members per group,
with up to a maximum of 7 groups in total.
] Member list: Shows the group members
you have selected.
] Group ring tone: Allows you to specify
ring tone for the group members’ call.
] Group icon: Allows you to select the icon
dependent on Group.
] Add member: You can add group
members. Each group should not exceed
20 members.
] Remove member: You can remove the
member from the Group member list. But
the name and the number will remain in the
phonebook.
] Rename: You can change a group name.
] Remove all: Allows you to delete all the
members in the group.
Organiser
You can add a phonebook entry by using this
function. Phone memory capacity is 1000
entries. SIM card memory capacity depends
on the mobile service provider. You can also
save 40 characters of name in The Phone
memory, and save characters in the SIM card.
The number of characters is a SIM dependent
feature.
d. You can set a picture for the entry by
pressing k , l .
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Organiser
Organiser
Speed dial (Menu 4.1.4)
My business card (Menu 4.1.6)
Assign contacts to any of the keys
to
.
You can then call that contact by pressing
the corresponding number key.
1. Open the phonebook first.
2. Scroll to Speed dial, then press the left
soft key d [OK].
3. If you want to add speed dial, select
(empty). Then, you can search the name in
phonebook.
4. After assigning the number as speed dial,
you can change and delete the entry. You
can also make a call or send a message to
this number.
This option allows you to create your own
business card featuring Name and a mobile
phone number. To create a new business
card, press the left soft key d [Add] and
enter the information into the fields.
Own number (Menu 4.1.5)
(Sim dependent)
You can save and check your own number in
SIM card.
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Settings (Menu 4.1.7)
1. Press the right soft e [Contacts] in
standby mode.
2. Scroll to Settings, then press the left soft
key d [OK].
] Default memory
Scroll to highlight Default memory, and
then press the left soft key d [OK].
- If you select Always ask, when adding an
entry, the phone will ask where to store
it.
- If you select SIM or Handset, the phone
will store an entry to the SIM or phone.
] View options
Scroll to highlight View options, and then
press the left soft key d [OK].
] Memory in use: This feature allows you to
see how many entries are in use, or free in
your phonebook.
] Clear contacts
You can delete all the entries in the SIM
and Phone. This function requires the
Security code.
1. Scroll to highlight Clear contacts, and then
press the left soft key d [OK].
2. Highlight the memory you wish to erase,
and then press the left soft key d [OK].
3. Enter the security code and press the left
soft key d [OK] or the right soft key
e [Back].
] Service dial number
Use this function to access a particular list
of services provided by your network
operator (if supported by the SIM card).
Organiser
- Name only: Set the phonebook list by
displaying the name only.
- Name & number: Set the phonebook
list by displaying the name and number.
- With pictures: Set the phonebook list
with the information and picture of
contact.
] Copy/Move all
You can copy/move entries from SIM card
memory to Phone memory and vice versa.
1. Open the Phonebook first by pressing the
right soft key e [Contacts] in standby
mode.
2. Scroll to Copy/Move all, and then press
the left soft key d [OK] to enter this
menu.
• SIM to Handset: You can copy/move
the entries from SIM Card to Phone
memory.
• Handset to SIM: You can copy/move
the entries from Phone memory to SIM
Card.
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Organiser
Organiser
Calendar
Menu 4.2
When you enter this menu a calendar will be
displayed. The month and year are shown at
the top of the screen. Whenever you the
change the date under the Settings menu,
the calender will update automatically. The
current date will be highlighted in green and
any schedule or memos will be indicated with
a red triangle at the top left hand corner of
the corresponding square. An audible alarm
can be set for memo’s and reminders.
To change the day, month and year.
Key
Description Key
Yearly
Monthly
Description
ij Weekly
k l Daily
In calendar mode, press the left soft key d
[Options] as follows;
Add new (Menu 4.2.1)
Allows you to add a new schedule and memo
for the chosen day. You can store up to 20
notes. Input the subject and then press left
soft key d [OK]. You enter the
appropriate information in the following
section; Time, Repeat and Alarm.
View daily schedules (Menu 4.2.2)
View all schedules and memo for the chosen
day. Use i, j to browse through the
note lists. If you set the alarm for a note, the
alarm icon is displayed.
If you want to view the note in detail, press
the left soft key d [OK]. Press the left soft
key d [Options] to delete or edit the note
you have selected.
Delete past (Menu 4.2.3)
You can delete the past schedule that you
have already been notified of.
Delete all (Menu 4.2.4)
You can delete all the notes.
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Go to date (Menu 4.2.5)
Organiser
You can go the chosen date directly.
Set alarm tone (Menu 4.2.6)
You can set the alarm tone of each chosen
date.
Memo
Menu 4.3
1. Select the Memo by pressing the left soft
key d [OK].
2. If the entry is empty, press the left soft key
d [Write].
3. Input the memo and then press the left
soft key d [OK].
Note
v If you want to change the text input
mode, press the
in order.
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Messages
Messages
New message
Menu 5.1
This menu includes functions related to SMS
(Short Message Service), MMS (Multimedia
Message Service), voice mail, as well as the
network’s service messages.
Note
v Please contact your service provider for
pricing details for various types (small
and large) of messages.
Write text message (Menu 5.1.1)
You can write and edit text message,
checking the number of message pages.
1. Enter the New messages menu by
pressing the left soft key d [OK].
2. If you want to write a new message, select
new message and then write text message.
3. To make text input easier, use T9.
4. Press [Insert] to attach the following;
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Insert
] Images: You can insert the Default
graphics or graphics in My pictures that
are available for short messages.
] Sounds: You can insert sounds that are
available for short messages.
] Text templates: You can use Text
templates already set in the phone.
] Contacts: You can add phone numbers or
e-mail addresses in the address book.
] Symbol: You can add special characters.
] My business card: You can add your
Business card to the message.
5. After you complete the message, to select
the required option, press the left soft key
d [Options].
Options
] Send: Sends text messages.
1. Enter numbers of recipient.
2. Press j key to add more recipients.
3. You can add phone numbers in the
address book.
Note
v This phone supports EMS release 5, so
is available to send colour pictures,
sounds, text styles, etc.. If the other
parties handsets do not support such
options, the pictures, sounds or texts
sent may not be displayed correctly on
their phones.
Messages
4. Once the numbers have been entered,
press the left soft key d to send the
message. All messages will automatically be
saved in the outbox folder, even after a
sending failure.
] Save to drafts: Stores messages in the
Drafts folder.
] Font & Alignment: You can select the
Size and Style of font, and the Alignment
of text.
] Colour: You can also set the Colour of the
text (foreground) and the background.
] Add T9 dictionary: You can add your own
words. This menu will only be shown when
the edit mode has been set to
T9ABC/T9Abc/T9abc.
] T9 languages: Select the desired language
for T9 input mode. You can also deactivate
the T9 input mode by selecting ‘T9 off’.
] Exit: If you press Exit whilst writing a
message, you will be taken back to the
message menu. Also the written message
will not have been saved.
Write multimedia message
(Menu 5.1.2)
A multimedia message can contain text,
images, and/or sound clips. This feature can
be used only if it is supported by your
network operator or service provider. Only
devices that offer compatible multimedia
message or e-mail features can receive and
send multimedia messages.
1. Enter the New message menu by pressing
the left soft key d [OK].
2. If you want to write a new message, select
Write multimedia message.
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Messages
Messages
3. You can create a new message or choose
one of the multimedia message templates
already made.
4. Press Insert to add Image, Sound,
Contacts, Symbol, New photo, New sound,
Text templates, My business card.
Maximum available file size, that can be
inserted to MMS-message, is 100 kb.
] Edit subject: Allows you to modify the
Options
] Send: You can send multimedia messages
to multiple recipients, as well as save it to
send at a later time.
] Set slide format
Note
v All messages will be automatically saved
in the outbox folder, even after a
sending failure.
] Preview: You can preview multimedia
messages you have created.
] Save: You can save multimedia messages
To drafts or As template.
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multimedia message you have chosen.
] Add slide: You can add a slide before or
after current slide.
] Move to slide: You can move to the
previous or the next slide.
] Delete slide: You can delete current
folders.
- Set timer: You can set a timer for slide,
text, picture and sound.
- Swap text and picture: You can switch
the position of picture and text of the
message.
] Remove media: You can remove a picture
or sound in the slide. This option can be
shown only when any media file has been
added.
] Add T9 dictionary: You can add your own
words. This menu will only be shown when
the edit mode has been set to
T9ABC/T9Abc/T9abc.
] T9 languages: Select the desired language
Note
v When creating a multimedia message, if
you upload a picture (50K) you may
find that whilst the picture is loading
you will not be able to carry out any
other actions until the picture has
competed loading.
Inbox
Menu 5.2
You will be alerted when you have received a
message. They will be stored in the Inbox. In
the Inbox, you can identify each message by
icons. For detail, see the icon directive.
Icon
Messages
for T9 input mode. You can also deactivate
T9 input mode by selecting ‘T9 off’.
] Exit: Will take you back to the Message
menu.
Icon directive
Multimedia message
Short message
SIM message
Read multimedia message
Read text message
Push message
Notified multimedia message
If the phone shows ‘No space for SIM
message’, you only have to delete the SIM
messages from the Inbox. If the phone
displays ‘No space for message’, you will then
need to delete messages, media or
applications to free up space.
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Messages
Messages
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* SIM message
SIM message means that the message is
exceptionally stored in the SIM card. You
can move this message to the phone.
When you are notified that you have received
a multimedia message, you have to wait for
the message to be downloaded before you
can view it.
To read a message, select one of the
messages by pressing the left soft key d
[Options].
] View: You can view the received messages.
] Reply: You can reply to the sender.
] Forward: You can forward the selected
message to another party.
] Delete: You can delete the current
message.
] Return call: You can call back the sender.
] Information: You can view information
about received messages; Sender’s
address, Subject (only for Multimedia
message), Message date & time, Message
type, Message size.
] Delete all: You can delete all messages.
Drafts
Menu 5.3
Using this menu, you can preset up to five
multimedia messages that you use most
frequently. This menu shows the preset
multimedia message list.
The following options are available.
] View: You can see the multimedia
messages.
] Edit: Allows you to modify the chosen
message.
] Delete: Deletes the message you choose.
] Information: To view the information of
the message.
] Delete all: Deletes all of the messages in
the slide.
Menu 5.4
This menu allows you to view the messages
which you have sent, those that are currently
sending or messages that have failed sending
previously.
Icon
Icon directive
MMS Unsent
MMS sent
MMS delivery confirmed
SMS unsent
SMS sent
SMS delivery confirmed
Listen to voice mail
Menu 5.5
Once this menu has been selected, simply
press the left soft key d [OK] to listen to
voice mail. You can also hold down the
key in standby mode to listen to voice mail.
Messages
Outbox
Note
v When you receive a voice mail, your
phone will display an icon and you will
hear an alert. Please check with your
network provider for details of their
service in order to configure the
handset correctly.
] View: You can view the message.
] Forward: You can forward the selected
message to another party.
] Delete: You can delete the message.
] Information: You can check the
information of each message.
] Delete all: You can delete all the messages
in the outbox.
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Messages
Messages
Info message
Menu 5.6
(Dependent to network and
subscription)
(Dependent to network and
subscription)
Info service messages are text messages
delivered by the network to your handset.
They provide general information such as
weather reports, traffic news, taxis,
pharmacies, and stock prices. When you
receive an info service message, you will see a
popup message show you that or the info
service message is directly displayed. To view
the message again follow the sequence
shown below;
message numbers in the Phone memory
with its nickname.
] View list: You can see Info service message
numbers which you have added. If you
press d [Options], you can edit and
delete info message categories which you
have added.
] Active list: You can select info service
message numbers in the active list. if you
activate an info service number, you can
receive messages sent from the number.
Read (Menu 5.6.1)
1. When you have received an info service
message and select Read to view the
message, it will be displayed on the screen.
You can read another message by scrolling
i , j or d [OK].
2. The message will be shown until another
message is selected.
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Topics (Menu 5.6.2)
] Add new: You can add Info service
Menu 5.7
Text templates (Menu 5.7.1)
You have 6 text templates as below;
• Please call me back.
• I’m late. I will be there at
• Where are you now?
• I am on the way.
• Top urgent. Please contact.
• I love you.
] Edit: You can edit multimedia templates.
] Delete all: Allows you to delete all
Messages
Templates
multimedia messages.
Settings
Menu 5.8
Note
v Feature provided here are network
dependant. Fax is not supported.
Text message (Menu 5.8.1)
Multimedia templates (Menu 5.7.2)
After you have saved a new template, you can
use the following options.
] View: You can see multimedia templates.
] Delete: You can delete multimedia
templates.
] Add new: Allows you to add new
multimedia templates.
] Write messages: You can write and send
multimedia messages.
] Message types:
Text, Voice, Fax, Natl. paging, X.400,
Email, ERMES
Usually, the type of message is set to Text.
You can convert your text into alternative
formats. Contact your service provider for
the availability of this function.
] Validity period: This network service
allows you to set how long your text
messages will be stored at the message
centre.
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Messages
Messages
] Delivery report: If you set to Yes, you can
] Delivery report: If it is set to Yes in this
check whether your message is sent
successfully.
] Reply charging: When a message is sent, it
allows the recipients to reply and charge
the cost of the reply to your telephone bill.
] SMS centre: If you want to send the text
message, you can receive the address of
SMS centre through this menu.
menu, you can check whether your
message is sent successfully.
] Auto retrieve: If you select On, you
receive multimedia messages
automatically. If you select Off, you receive
only notification message in the inbox and
then you can check this notification. If you
select Home network only, you receive
multimedia messages depends on your
Home network.
] Network settings: Your MMS profile
details are kept here.
] Permitted message types
Personal: Personal message.
Advertisements: Commercial message.
Information: Necessary information.
Mulitimedia message (Menu 5.8.2)
] Priority: You can set the priority of the
message you choose.
] Validity period: This network service
allows you to set how long your text
messages will be stored at the message
centre.
] Subject: You can enter multimedia
messages subject when this menu is on.
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] Alert
You can receive voicemail if your network
service provider supports this feature. When
a new voicemail has arrived, the symbol will
be displayed on the screen. Please check with
your network service provider for details of
their service in order to configure the phone
accordingly.
] Home: You can listen to voice mails by
selecting Home.
] Roaming: Even when you are abroad, you
can listen to voice mails if a roaming service
is supported.
Yes: Your phone will beep when you have
received Info service message numbers.
No: Your phone will not beep even though
you have received info service messages.
] Languages
You can select the language you want by
pressing [On/Off]. Then, the info service
message will be shown in the language that
you selected.
Info message (Menu 5.8.4)
Messages
Voice mailbox number (Menu 5.8.3)
Push message (Menu 5.8.5)
You can set the option whether you will
receive the message or not.
] Receive
Yes: If you select this menu, your phone
will receive Info service messages.
No: If you select this menu, your phone
will not receive Info service messages any
more.
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Multimedia
Multimedia
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Camera
Menu 6.1
This application enables you to take a still
picture. You can take a picture in your
desired size, and use it for the contacts
photo, home screen and other more general
purposes. Once taken, a still image can be
sent via Multimedia msg or Bluetooth.
Press the left soft key d to display the
following popup menu items.
] Brightness: Determines the brightness.
] Size: Determines the size of an image.
] Timer: Determines the delay time.
] Quality: Determines the quality of an
image.
] White Balance : Allows you to change the
settings according to the environment.
] Album: Shows the still images taken.
] Exit: To exit the Camera.
] Mode: Determines whether to take a
single , multishot or frame shot photo.
] Effect: Determines the special effect to the
picture.
] Flash: Determines the flash operation.
] Zoom: Determines the zoom rate.
Note
v Frame shots are only available with the
pixel resolution set to 176 x 220.
v Multi shots are only available when the
pixel resolution is set to 320 x 240 or
640 x 480.
v To use the Photo Caller ID feature, you
must take photos you wish to associate
with your contacts in 72x72 resolution.
v Once the photo has been taken and
saved, go to Contacts and select the
contact you wish to associate the
photo to or select Add new to create a
new contact(please note that a photo
can only be associated with a contact
stored in the phone's memory and not
on the SIM).
v Select Edit. Unless you wish to edit the
name, press OK and then use the
navigation keys to highlight the picture
tab.
] Quality: Determines the quality of a video
clip.
v Use the k , l keys to scroll through
the photos (please note that only
pictures taken in 72l72 resolution
will be listed here).
v Once you have selected the photo you
wish to use press the left soft key to
save this in the contacts profile.
v The photo will be shown when this
particular contact calls you (as long as
the contact does not have their
telephone number set to hidden).
Video camera
Menu 6.2
This application enables you to record a
video clip. You can play and watch a saved
video file while using this function.
Press the left soft key d to display the
following popup menu items.
] Brightness: Determines the brightness.
] Size: Determines the size of an image.
] Timer: Determines the delay time.
] White Balance : Allows you to change the
settings according to the environment.
] Record Time: Determines the recording
Multimedia
Note
time.
] Exit: To exit the Video camera.
] Effect: Determines the special effect to the
video clip.
] Flash: Determines the flash operation.
] Zoom: Determines the zoom rate.
Voice recorder
Menu 6.3
With the voice memo feature you can record
up to 20 voice messages and each memo can
be up to 20 seconds long.
Record (Menu 6.3.1)
You can record a voice memo in the Voice
recorder menu.
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Multimedia
Multimedia
1. Once recording has started, the message
Recording and the remaining time is
displayed.
2. If you want to finish recording, press the
left soft key d [Save].
3. Key in Voice memo title, press the left soft
key d [OK].
View list (Menu 6.3.2)
The list of voice memos are displayed. You
can playback and delete the recorded voice
memo.
MP3
Menu 6.4
The KG800 has an integrated MP3 player
built-in. You can enjoy listening to MP3
music files on your phone memory using a
compatible headset.
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Note
v Because of the small dimension of the
speaker, in some cases the audio could
be distorted, especially at maximum
volume and when there are lots of bass
sounds. Therefore, we recommend you
to use the stereo headset in order to
appreciate the high quality of your
music.
The music player supports the latest audio
formats such as MP3, WMA and M4A.
• MPEG-1 Layer III, MPEG-2 Layer III, MPEG2.5 Layer III Sampling frequency up from
8KHz to 48KHz. Bit rate up to 320Kbps,
stereo.
• AAC: ADIF, ADTS formats (Sampling
frequency from 8KHz to 48KHz)
• AAC+: V1 : (Bit rate 16-128Kbps)
V2 : (Bit rate 16-48Kbps)
(Sampling frequency from 8KHz
to 48KHz)
• MP4, M4A: Sampling frequency up from
8KHz to 48KHz, Bit rate up to 320Kbps,
stereo.
Note
v You should copy MP3 to my
Note
v KG800 doesn't support the variable
rate of MP3 and AAC file. Therefore,
you can't change the file from VBR MP3
format to AAC.
You can transfer MP3 files from a compatible
PC to the memory in your phone using the
Mass Storage. When you connect the phone
to a PC using the USB cable(supplied in the
same package), this will be displayed as a
removable disk through Windows Explorer. If
you are using Win98 SE, you will have to
install the Mass storage driver for Windows
98 on CD-ROM.
media\Music folder. If you copy to
another folder, you will not be able to
view the MP3 files.
Multimedia
• WMA: Sampling frequency up from 8KHz
to 48KHz, Bit rate up to 320Kbps, stereo.
v The PC should run Windows 98 SE,
Windows ME, Windows 2000,
Windows XP operating system.
This menu allows you to view the whole play
list. You can move through the tracks by
pressing the navigation key. In addition, once
you have selected the track, you can delete
the file or view its information via the options
menu.
1. Go to MP3 player : Move to MP3 player.
Press the left soft key d [Options] to
access the following menus.
] View play list: You can view the play list on
listening to the music.
] Area repeat: The special area part of the
current music is repeated when you select
ON of the menu.
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Multimedia
] Set as ring tone: This menu allows to set
Multimedia
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the MP3 file as a ring tone. You can also
set it as a ring tone in Profile.
] Setting
- Equalizer
This menu helps you to adjust to a
variety of environments when listening to
music. This phone supports four preset
menus. When you enter this menu, you
can view current value of equalizer.
- Playmode
This menu allows to set the play mode.
- Set shuffle
You can listen to your MP3 music
randomly.
- Visual effect
You can select the visual effect menus:
Rainbow, Basic and Blue. This menu
allows to change the background of the
main LCD on playing MP3 file.
2. Delete: Deletes the file selected.
3. View details: To view the information of
the file you selected.
4. Delete all: Deletes all of the files.
Note
v Music is copyright protected in
international treaties and national
copyright laws. It may be necessary to
obtain permission or a license to
reproduce or copy music. In some
countries national law prohibits private
copying of copyrighted material. Please
check the national legislation of the
applicable country concerning the use
of such material.
Photo album
Menu 6.5
You can view and send a picture. In addition,
you can set the picture as a wallpaper.
] Multi view: You can view the maximum of 9
thumbnails in a screen.
] Send via Bluetooth: You can send a
picture by Bluetooth.
] Write multimedia message: You can write
to another device via Bluetooth.
] Rename: Change the file name of selected
file.
] Delete: Delete a file.
] Delete all: Delete all files in the list
] Information: Show the file information.
Settings
Menu 6.7
Camera (Menu 6.7.1)
Note
v The Photo Album will only display
pictures taken by the handsets camera.
Video album
] Send via Bluetooth: Send the selected file
Multimedia
and edit multimedia messages, checking
message size.
] Set as wallpaper: You can set a picture as
a wallpaper.
] Slide show: You can view the pictures in a
slide show.
] Delete: You can delete a picture.
] Edit title: You can edit the title of picture.
] Information: Displays information about
the saved picture.
Menu 6.6
You can view videos which have been saved in
the memory.
] Play: You can play the video file when
pressing the OK key or selecting Play menu
of the Options menu.
] Auto save: If you set this feature to On,
the images will be saved automatically
without displaying the menu bar to save.
] Delete all photos: You can delete all the
photos which have been saved in the
memory.
Video camera (Menu 6.7.2)
] Delete all videos: Allows you to delete all
the videos which have been saved in the
memory.
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Browser
Browser
Note
v This name may be changed depending
on your network's requirements.
You can access various WAP (Wireless
Application Protocol) services such as
banking, news, weather reports and flight
information. These services are specially
designed for mobile phones and they are
maintained by WAP service providers.
Check the availability of WAP services, pricing
and tariffs with your network operator
and/or the service provider whose service
you wish to use. Service providers will also
give you instructions on how to use their
services.
Once connected, the homepage is displayed.
The content depends on the service
provider. To exit the browser at any time,
press the ( ) key. The phone will return to
the idle menu.
Navigating with the WAP browser
You can surf the Internet using either the
phone keys or the WAP browser menu.
Using the phone keys
When surfing the Internet, the phone keys
function differently to phone mode.
Key
Description
ij Scrolls each line of the content
area
b
h
Returns to the previous page
Selects options and
confirmptions and confirms
actions
Using the WAP browser menu
There are various menu options available
when surfing the Mobile Web.
Note
v The WAP browser menus may vary,
depending on your browser version.
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Menu 7.1
Connects to a homepage. The homepage will
be the site which is defined in the activated
profile. It will be defined by the service
provider if you have not defined it in the
activated profile.
] Edit: You can edit the URL and/or the title
of the selected bookmark.
] Delete: Deletes the selected bookmark.
] Delete all: Deletes all the bookmarks.
Go to URL
Bookmarks
Menu 7.2
This menu allows you to store the URL of
favourite web pages for easy access at a later
time.
To create a bookmark
1. Press the left soft key d [Options].
2. Select Add new and press the OK key.
3. After entering the desired URL and title,
press the OK key.
After selecting a desired bookmark, the
following options are available.
] Connect: Connects to the selected
bookmark.
] Add new: Select this to create a new
bookmark.
Browser
Home
Menu 7.3
You can connect directly to the site you
want. After entering a specific URL, press the
OK key.
Settings
Menu 7.4
You can set the profile, cache, cookie and
security related to internet service.
Profiles (Menu 7.4.1)
A profile is the network information used to
connect to the Internet.
There are default profiles for some operators,
stored in phone memory. It’s impossible to
rename default profiles.
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Browser
Browser
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Each profile has submenus as follows:
] Activate: Activates the selected profile.
] Settings: Use this to edit and change WAP
settings for the selected profile.
- Homepage: This setting allows you to
enter the address (URL) of a site you
want to use as homepage. You do not
need to type http:// at the front of each
URL as the WAP Browser will
automatically add it.
- Bearer: You can set the bearer data
service. 1 Data/2 GPRS
- Data settings: Appears only if you select
Data Settings as a Bearer/service.
Dial number: Enter the telephone
number to dial to access your WAP
gateway.
User ID: The users identity for your dialup server (and NOT the WAP gateway).
Password: The password required by
your dial-up server (and NOT the WAP
gateway) to identify you.
Call type: Select the type of data call :
Analogue of Digital (ISDN).
Linger time: You need to enter timeout
period. After entering that, the WAP
navigation service will be unavailable if
any data is not input or transferred.
- GPRS settings: The service settings are
only available when GPRS is chosen as a
bearer service.
APN: Input the APN of the GPRS.
User ID: The users identify for your APN
server.
Password: The password required by
your APN server.
- Proxy settings
Proxy: Activates or cancels proxy.
IP address: Input the IP address of the
Proxy server you access.
Port number: Input the Proxy Port.
- DNS settings
Primary server: Input the IP address of
the primary DNS server you access.
Secondary server: Input the IP address
of the secondary DNS server you access.
Clear cookie (Menu 7.4.5)
] Add new: You can add a new profile.
Removes all context saved in cookie.
] Delete: Deletes the selected profile from
the list.
Cache (Menu 7.4.2)
The information or services you have
accessed are saved in the cache memory of
the phone.
Cookie (Menu 7.4.3)
Security (Menu 7.4.6)
Browser
] Rename: You can change the profile name.
A list of the available certification is shown.
] Authority: You can see the list of
authority certificates that have been
stored in your phone.
] Personal: You can see the list of personal
certificates that have been stored in your
phone.
The information or services you have
accessed are saved in the cache memory of
the phone.
Clear cache (Menu 7.4.4)
Removes all context saved in cache.
Note
] A cache is a buffer memory, which is
used to save data temporarily.
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My stuff
My stuff
Games & apps
Menu 8.1
Games & apps (Menu 8.1.1)
• Default Games: In this menu, you can
manage the Java applications installed in
your phone. You can play or delete
downloaded applications, or set the
connect option. The downloaded
applications are organised in folders.
Press the left soft key d [OK] to open
the selected slide or launch the selected
midlet.
After selecting a folder, press [Options] and
then sub menus available to several options
are displayed.
] Open: You can see the stored games.
] New folder: Create a new slide.
JavaTM, is a technology developed by Sun
Microsystems. Similar to the way you
would download the Java Applet using
the standard MS Internet Explorer
browsers, Java MIDlet can be
downloaded using a WAP enabled
phone. Depending on the service
provider, all Java based programs such as
Java games can be downloaded and run
on a phone. Once downloaded, the Java
program can be viewed in the Games &
Apps menu where you can select,
execute, or delete. The Java program
files saved in the phone are in .JAD or
.JAR format.
Profiles (Menu 8.1.2)
A profile is the network information used to
connect to the Internet.
If you want to see the details of a profile,
please refer to Menu 7.4.1.
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the Java program and the JAD file is a
description file that includes all detailed
information. From the network, prior to
download, you can view all detailed file
descriptions from the JAD file.
v While being based on a standard
language (J2ME), not all Java
applications are compatible with all
handsets on sale insofar as specific
libraries may be used for a telephone
model. The software may be blocked or
switch itself on when Java applications
not specifically developed for the
phone this manual refers to are
downloaded, making it necessary to
“restart” the handset. We would like to
point out that these problems are
caused by incompatible applications
and are not a product fault.
CAUTION!
Only J2ME(Java 2 Micro Edition) based
programs will run in a phone environment. The
J2SE(Java 2 Standard Edition) based programs
will only run in a PC environment.
There is Mass Storage function in the
KG800. if you connect the USB cable,
you can use the phone as a Removable
Disk.
My stuff
Note
v The JAR file is a compressed format of
You can download MP3 files, and photos,
video, txt files etc. this gives you fast
access from PC to Phone, by just
connecting the USB cable.
This function does not require the
installation of additional software.
1. Whilst the phone is displaying the
standby screen, connect the phone to
the PC using the supplied USB cable.
The PC should recognise the handset
within a few seconds.
2. The phone will display « USB » on the
screen.
3. The phone will be identified as «
Removable disk » in My Computer. The
PC should then treat the KG800 as a
standard drive allowing you to place
files to and from the handset's memory.
You can either use Window's drag and
drop or copy and paste methods to
transfer content.
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My stuff
My stuff
4. Double click on « Removable disk » and
open. A folder called My media will be
displayed. Within that folder there are
a further 5 folders. Do not disconnect
the phone whilst a file transfer is in
progress, doing so may damage the
memory and corrupt the file.
5. When you want to disconnect the
phone from your PC, use Windows to
safely remove the handware and then
disconnect the USB cable from the
handset.
v If you receive a call whilst in mass
storage mode, the call will be rejected.
Once the handset is disconnected, the
KG800 will display information about
any calls missed.
My media
In the My media folder you will find the
following 5 folders; Music, Others,
Photos, Text and Videos.
Do not change the names of these
folders, doing so will cause content stored
in them to not be seen by the handset.
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Music
v You can store music files in this folder.
v The supported formats are:
MP3,AAC,AAC+,AAC++,
WMA,MP4(audio),Wav.
v The files in this folder can be played
using the MP3 player and Playlist
features of the phone.
v If you download an MP3 file to a
different folder, it will be not be
possible for the phone to locate and
play the file.
v Do not create subfolders here because
the MP3 files contained in that folder
will not be found and, therefore, will
unable to be played by the music
player.
v To set an MP3 file as a ringtone then
please do the following on the handset:
options>Go to MP3 player>options>set
as ringtone.
Text
v This folder supports .txt files.
This folder is mainly used for
transporting files from one PC to
another.
v The handset can preview JPG (Max
460K), GIF (Max 160K).
v You can set an image file as wallpaper as
long as it does not exceed 30k in size,
for other formats please use the PC
Suite.
Photos
v This folder is reserved for pictures taken
using the phone's digital camera.
v Even though photos can be uploaded
If you
place non .txt files here then the
handset will not display them.
My stuff
Others
v Any type of file can be stored here.
Videos
v You can download videos taken with
the phone's digital camera onto the PC
and upload new videos onto the phone.
v This folder supports the 3GP file
format.
v you can upload files and fill the memory.
v Files stored in this folder can be
accessed by doing the following on the
handset: Menu>Multimedia>Video
album.
to this folder from your PC, they will not
be available on the phone's photo
album or My photos folder. Therefore,
we recommend that no photos are
uploaded to this folder.
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My stuff
My stuff
Videos
Menu 8.2
Show the list of 3GP and MP4 files .
Note
v MP4 files are not playable.
] Play: You can play the video file by
pressing the OK key or selecting Play from
the Option menu.
] Send via Bluetooth: Send the selected file
to another device via Bluetooth.
] Rename: change the file name of the
selected file. The maximum length of
characters is 200. And You can not change
the extension of file.
Menu 8.3
Shows the list of JPG files.
] View: You can see the JPG file by pressing
the OK key or selecting View from the
Option menu.
Note
v The maximum size of JPG file you can
see is 460Kbytes.
] Send via multimedia message: You can
write and send multimedia messages.
] Send via Bluetooth: Send the selected file
to another device via Bluetooth.
WARNING!
Note
The following characters, \ / : * ? “ < > | can not be
used.
v To setup .JPG (.JPEG) file from Photo
] Delete: Delete a file.
] Delete all: Deletes all the files in the list
] Information: Shows the file information.
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Photos
slide as wallpaper, go to MenuMultimedia-Photo album and then
please select Set as wallpaper in
Options menu.
] Delete all: Deletes all files in the list
file. The maximum length of characters is
200. And You can not change the
extension of file.
] Delete: Delete a file.
] Delete all: Deletes all the files in the list
] Information: Shows the file information.
] Information: Shows the file information.
Music
Text
My stuff
] Rename: change the file name of selected
Menu 8.5
Show the list of TXT files.
] View: You can see the TXT file by pressing
the OK key or selecting View from the
Option menu.
Menu 8.4
Shows the list of MP3, MP4, AAC, M4A and
WMA files.
] Play: You can play the MP3 file by pressing
the OK key or selecting Play from the
Option menu.
] Send via Bluetooth: Send the selected file
to another device via Bluetooth
] Rename: change the file name of selected
file. The maximum length of characters is
100. And You can not change the
extension of file.
] Delete: Delete a file.
Note
v The maximum size of TXT file you can
see is 460Kbytes.
] Send via Bluetooth: Send the selected file
to another device via Bluetooth.
] Rename: change the file name of selected
file. The maximum length of characters is
100. And You can not change the
extension of file.
] Delete: Delete a file.
] Delete all: Delete all files in the list
] Information: Show the file information.
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My stuff
My stuff
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Images
Menu 8.6
After selecting a image, press the left key
d [View] and then you can check the
options as follow:
] Set as wallpaper: Currently selected
image can be set as a wallpaper.
] Write messages: The images downloaded
from the network can be sent by
Multimedia MMS. Maximum message size is
100 kb for MMS message and bluetooth.
] Send via Bluetooth: The sound
downloaded from network can be sent by
Bluetooth.
Sounds
Menu 8.7
After selecting a sound, press the left key
[Options].
You can check the options as follow:
] Set as ringtone: Currently selected sound
can be set as a ringtone.
] Write messages: The sound downloaded
from network can be sent by SMS or MMS.
Maximum MMS message is 100 kb.
] Send via Bluetooth: The sound
downloaded from network can be sent by
Bluetooth.
Menu 8.8
Any type of file can be stored here. This
folder is mainly used for transporting files
from one PC to another.
] View: You can view a file if it is one of the
following types; JPG, GIF, WBMP, PNG and
TXT. The handset can preview JPG (Max
460K), GIF (Max 100K).
] Send via Bluetooth: Send the selected file
to another device via Bluetooth
My stuff
Others
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Settings
Settings
Date & time
Menu 9.1
You can set functions relating to the date
and time.
Date (Menu 9.1.1)
Set date
You can enter the current date.
Date format
You can set the Date format such as
DD/MM/YYYY, MM/DD/YYYY,
YYYY/MM/DD.
(D: Day / M: Month / Y: Year)
Time (Menu 9.1.2)
Set time
You can enter the current time.
Time format
Your can set the time format between 24hour and 12-hour.
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Display
MENU 9.2
Wallpaper (Menu 9.2.1)
You can select the background pictures in
standby mode.
] Default: You can select a picture or an
animation of wallpaper by pressing k or
l.
] My folder: You can select a picture or an
animation as wallpaper.
Menu colour (Menu 9.2.2)
Your phone provides you with 2 menu colour
themes. Set the menu colour by scrolling and
pressing the left soft key d [OK].
Standby text (Menu 9.2.3)
If you select On, you can edit the text which
is displayed in standby mode.
Power saving
You can set the light-up duration of the
display.
This function saves battery power by keeping
backlight brightness to max 40%.
Menu 9.3
Settings
Backlight (Menu 9.2.4)
Brightness (Menu 9.2.5)
The screen brightness can be adjusted from
40% to 100%.
Language
Network name (Menu 9.2.6)
You can change the language for the display
texts in your phone. This change will also
affect the Language Input mode.
If this function is activated, network name will
be displayed on main LCD.
Home screen shortcut (Menu 9.2.7)
Connectivity
Selecting On displays the functionalities of 4
Navigation keys and Menu key as pictures on
the middle of the idle window.
Bluetooth (Menu 9.5.1)
Dial font colour (Menu 9.2.8)
You can set the colour of displayed number
when press the number keys in idle state for
call connection.
Menu 9.4
Menu 9.5
Bluetooth enables compatible mobile
devices, peripherals and computers that are
in close proximity to communicate directly
with each other without wires. This handset
supports built-in Bluetooth connectivity,
which makes it possible to connect them with
compatible Bluetooth headsets, computer
applications and so on.
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Settings
Settings
Note
v When you receive data from another
Bluetooth device, the phone requests
confirmation. After confirming the
transfer, the file will be copied on to
your phone.
v Depending on the file type, it will be
stored in the following folders:
- MP3 (.mp3, mp4, aac, m4a, wma):
Music folder.
- Video (.3GP, MP4): video folder.
- Phonebook contacts (.VCF):
Phonebook.
- Text (.txt): Text folder.
- Other files (.*.*): File storage folder.
v The handset normally operates with
WIDCOMM driver(version 1.4.3.4) or
WIDCOMM driver(version 1.4.2.10).
And it does not support the LG
Contents Bank with Bluetooth.
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Set Bluetooth
You can activate or cancel the Bluetooth
function.
Paired devices/Handsfree devices
You can view all devices which your KG800 is
already paired to.
If you have entered Paired devices or
Handsfree devices, you will see the following
options in both those menus.
] Connect/Disconnect: Allows you to
connect to your paired Bluetooth devices.
] Add new: Allows you to search for new
Bluetooth devices and add them to your
phone's list of paired devices. When you
select Add new your handset will start to
search for Bluetooth devices within range.
Once the device you wish to pair appears
on the list press the right soft key [Stop].
Scroll to the desired device and press the
left soft key [Pair]. You will then be asked
to enter a passcode. The passcode can be
any code you wish to use (the same
passcode must be used by both devices) or
is one that is pre-determined by the
] Delete all: Allows you to delete all paired
Bluetooth devices.
Settings
] My handset’s visibility
This indicates whether or not your handset
will be visible to other Bluetooth devices.
] My handset’s name
You can set the name of your Bluetooth
device. The default name is LG KG800.
Settings
manufacturer of the device you are trying
to pair with. Please check the User Manual
of the device you are initiating the pair with
to see if it already has a predetermined
passcode in place.
] Assign name: Allows you to change the
name of the paired Bluetooth device and
how it is displayed on the handset.
] Set as authorised/Set as unauthorised:
Allows you to set an authorised connection
between each Bluetooth device. For
example if you regularly use a Bluetooth
headset with your phone then setting the
connection as authorised will mean the
headset will automatically connect to the
handset each time the headset is powered
on.
] All services: Allows you to view all services
which are supported by a Bluetooth
device.
] Delete: Allows you to delete a paired
Bluetooth device.
Supported services
Displays a list of Bluetooth services the
handset supports.
] Headset
] Handsfree kit
] File transfer
] Image printing
] Dial-up networking
] Business card transfer
] Browsing other device
] Serial Port Profile
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Settings
Modem (Menu 9.5.2)
Settings
You can access the network services through
the Modem. If you want to use the LG PC
Sync, Contents bank or Internet Cube, you
should access the menu and activate the
modem and then plug in the USB cable.
Network (Menu 9.5.3)
You can select a network which will be
registered either automatically or manually.
Usually, the network selection is set to
Automatic.
Network selection
You can select a network type.
] Automatic: If you select Automatic
mode, the phone will automatically search
for and select a network for you. Once you
have selected “Automatic”, the phone will
be set to “Automatic” even though the
power is off and on.
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] Manual: The phone will find the list of
available networks and show you them.
Then you can select the network which you
want to use if this network has a roaming
agreement with your home network
operator. The phone let you select another
network if the phone fails to access the
selected network.
] Preferred: You can set a list of preferred
networks and the phone attempts to
register with first, before attempting to
register to any other networks. This list is
set from the phone’s predefined list of
known networks.
Band selection
] EGSM/DCS: Depending on Network
situation, you can select EGSM/DCS.
] PCS only: Depending on Network
situation, you can select PCS only.
Calling
You can set GPRS service depending on
various situations.
Call divert (Menu 9.6.1)
Switch on
If you select this menu, the phone is
automatically registered to a GPRS network
when you switch the phone on. Starting a
WAP or PC dial-up application created the
connection between phone and network and
data transfer is possible. When you end the
application, GPRS connection is ended but
the registration to the GPRS network
remains.
When needed
If you select this menu, the GPRS connection
is established when you connect a WAP
service and closed when you end the WAP
connection.
Menu 9.6
The Call divert service allows you to divert
incoming voice calls, fax calls, and data calls
to another number. For details, contact your
service provider.
] All voice calls
Diverts voice calls unconditionally.
] If busy
Diverts voice calls when the phone is in
use.
] If no reply
Diverts voice calls which you do not
answer.
] If out of reach
Diverts voice calls when the phone is
switched off or out of coverage.
] All data calls
Diverts to a number with a PC connection
unconditionally.
Settings
GPRS attach (Menu 9.5.4)
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Settings
] All fax calls
Settings
Diverts to a number with a fax connection
unconditionally.
] Cancel all
Cancels all call divert service.
The submenus
Call divert menus have the submenus shown
below.
• Activate
Activate the corresponding service.
To voice mail centre
Forwards to message centre. This function
is not shown at All data calls and All fax calls
menus.
To other number
Inputs the number for diverting.
To favourite number
You can check back to last five diverted
numbers.
• Cancel
Deactivate the corresponding service.
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• View status
View the status of the corresponding
service.
Answer mode (Menu 9.6.2)
] Slide up
If you select this menu, you can receive an
incoming call when you open the slide.
] Any key
If you select this menu, you can receive a
call by pressing any key except
[End]
key.
] Send key only
If you select this menu, you can receive a
call by only pressing a [Send] key.
Send my number (Menu 9.6.3)
(network and subscription dependent)
] Set by network
If you select this, you can send your phone
number depending on your network's
default settings.
Auto redial (Menu 9.6.6)
You can send your phone number to
another party. Your phone number will be
shown on the receiver’s phone.
] Off
Your phone number will not be shown.
] On
Call waiting (Menu 9.6.4)
(network dependent)
When this function is activated, the phone
will automatically try to redial in the case
of failure to connect a call.
] Off
Your phone will not make any attempts to
redial when the original call has not
connected.
Settings
] On
] Activate
If you select Activate, you can accept a
waiting (receiving) call.
] Cancel
If you select Cancel, you cannot recognize
the waiting (receiving) call.
] View status
Shows the status of Call waiting.
Minute minder (Menu 9.6.5)
If you select On, you can check the call
duration by a beep sound given every minute
during a call.
Security
Menu 9.7
PIN code request (Menu 9.7.1)
In this menu, you can set the phone to ask for
the PIN code of your SIM card when the
phone is switched on.
If this function is activated, you’ll be
requested to enter the PIN code.
1. Select PIN code request in the security
settings menu, and then press d [OK].
2. Set Enable/Disable
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Settings
Settings
3. If you want to change the setting, you
need to enter PIN code when you switch
on the phone.
4. If you enter wrong PIN code more than 3
times, the phone will lock out. If the PIN is
blocked, you will need to key in PUK code.
5. You can enter your PUK code up to 10
times. If you put wrong PUK code more
than 10 times, you can not unlock your
phone. You will need to contact your
service provider.
Handset lock (Menu 9.7.2)
You can use a security code to avoid
unauthorised use of the phone. Whenever
you switch on the phone, the phone will
request security code if you set phone lock
to When switch on.
If you set phone lock to When SIM changed,
your phone will request security code only
when you change your SIM card.
Call barring (Menu 9.7.3)
The Call barring service prevents your phone
from making or receiving certain category of
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calls. This function requires the call barring
password. You can view the following
submenus.
] All outgoing calls
The barring service for all outgoing calls.
] Outgoing international
The barring service for all outgoing
international calls.
] Outgoing international when roaming
The barring service for all international
outgoing calls except home network.
] All incoming
The barring service for all incoming calls.
] Incoming when roaming
The barring service for all incoming calls
when roaming.
] Cancel all
You can cancel all barring services.
] Change password
You can change the password for Call
Barring Service.
Fixed dial number (Menu 9.7.4)
(SIM dependent)
You can restrict your outgoing calls to
selected phone numbers. The numbers are
protected by your PIN2 code. The numbers
you wish to allow access to once this service
has been enabled, must be added to the
contacts after enabling Fixed dial number.
] Enable
You can restrict your outgoing calls to
selected phone numbers.
] Disable
You can cancel fixed dialling function.
] Number list
You can view the number list saved as
Fixed dial number.
Settings
The submenus:
• Activate
Allows to request the network to set call
restriction on.
• Cancel
Set the selected call restriction off.
• View status
View the status whether the calls are barred
or not.
Change codes (Menu 9.7.5)
PIN is an abbreviation of Personal
Identification Number to prevent use by
unauthorised person. You can change the
access codes: Security code, PIN code,
PIN2 code.
1. If you want to change the Security
code/PIN1/ PIN2 code input your original
code, and then press d [OK].
2. Input new Security code/PIN1/PIN2 code
and verify them.
Touchpad lock (Menu 9.7.6)
Sets whether to use the touch pad when
closing a slide.
On: It is impossible to activate the touch pad
with slide closed. (You can use the touch
pad only when slide opens.)
Off: It is possible to activate the touch pad
using the Volume key even with slide
closed.
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Settings
Settings
Memory status
Menu 9.8
You can check free space and memory usage
of each repository, internal memory and
Multimedia memory. You can go to each
repository menu.
Reset settings
Menu 9.9
You can initialise all factory defaults. You will
need the Security code to activate this
function.
] Restore default settings: Allows you to
restore the phone back to its default
settings.
] Clear multimedia memory: Allows you to
format the multimedia memory and create
a default directory.
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Accessories
Travel Adapter
This charger allows
you to charge the
battery while away
from home or your
office.
Standard
Battery
Hands free earmicrophone and
music player
controller combo
Accessories
There are various accessories for your mobile phone. You can select these options
according to your personal communication requirements.
Stereo headset
Controller: Answer & End button, music
player control, volume control, Hold button
and microphone.
After connecting the headset and the
controller, plug the end of controller into the
headset jack on the right side of the phone.
Note
Data cable/CD
You can connect
your phone to PC to
exchange the data
between them.
v Always use genuine LG accessories.
v Failure to do so may invalidate your
warranty.
v Accessories may vary in different
regions; please check with our regional
service company or agent for further
information.
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Technical Data
Technical Data
General
Product name: KG800
System : GSM 900 / DCS 1800 / PCS 1900
Ambient Temperatures
Max: +55°C
Min: -10°C
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Manufacturer’s Warranty
1. WHAT THIS WARRANTY COVERS:
LG offers you a warranty that the enclosed Product and its enclosed accessories will be free from
defects in material and workmanship according to the following terms and conditions:
(1) The warranty for the Product is for ONE (1) year beginning on the date of purchase of the Product.
(2) The warranty extends only to the original consumer purchaser of the Product ("Customer") and is
not assignable or transferable to any subsequent customer. LG offers a warranty for genuine LG
battery packs, extending SIX (6) months from the date of purchase.
(3) This warranty is good only to the Customer during the warranty period as long as it is in AUSTRALIA.
(4) During the warranty period, any defective LG Product or part will be repaired or replaced by LG or its
authorised service centre, at LG's option, with new or factory rebuilt replacement items. LG or the
authorised service centre will return the Product to the Customer in working condition. No charge for
either parts or labour in repair or replacement of the Product will be incurred by the Customer. If
parts, boards or equipment are replaced, they shall become the property of LG.
(5) Upon request from LG, the Customer must provide LG with proof of the date of purchase.
(6) The Customer will bear the cost of transporting, delivering and handling the Product to and from LG
or its authorised service centre.
(7) The benefits available from this warranty are in addition to all applicable statutory rights.
2. WHAT THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
(1) Defects or damage resulting from use of the Product in other than its normal and customary manner.
(2) Defects or damage from abnormal use, abnormal conditions, improper storage, exposure to moisture
or dampness, unauthorised modifications, unauthorised connections, unauthorised repair, misuse,
neglect, abuse, accident, alteration, improper installation, or other acts which are not the fault of LG,
including damage caused by shipping, blown fuses, spills of food or liquid.
(3) Breakage or damage to antennas, unless caused directly by defects in material or workmanship.
(4) If the Customer does not notify LG of the alleged defect or malfunction of the Product during the
applicable warranty period, the Customer shall have no coverage or benefits under this warranty.
(5) Products which have had the serial number removed or made illegible.
(6) If the battery short circuits or the seals of the battery are broken or show evidence of tampering, or
the battery was used in equipment in a manner other than that which has been specified, the
Customer shall have no coverage or benefits under this warranty.
(7) Damage resulting from use of non-LG approved accessories.
(8) All plastic surfaces and all other externally exposed parts that are scratched or damaged due to
normal use.
(9) Products operated outside published maximum ratings.
(10) Products used or obtained in a rental program.
(11) Consumables (such as fuses.)
(12) Defects or damage resulting from breakage of or tampering with the LCD screen.
(13) Where applicable, Products that have been subject to an unauthorised removal or deactivation of the
network operator lock function.
3. STATEMENT
Except for those terms that cannot by law be excluded, all terms other than those expressly contained in
this warranty statement are excluded. To the extent permitted by law, LG excludes all liability (whether in
contract, tort or otherwise) for any consequential, special, incidental or indirect loss or damage including
loss of profit, loss or impairment of privacy of conversations, work stoppage or loss or impairment of data
arising out of the use or inability to use the Product.
4. HOW TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE:
To obtain information regarding warranty service, please call the following telephone number from
anywhere in AUSTRALIA:
LG Electronics Australia Pty Ltd
2 Wonderland Drive
Eastern Creek NSW 2766
PO Box 212
HORSLEY PARK NSW 2175
Tel: 1800-638-080
Fax: 02-8805-4201
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