LG GD910 Owner's manual
GD910 User Guide
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GD910 User Guide
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GD910 User Guide - ENGLISH
Congratulations on your purchase of the advanced
and compact GD910 phone by LG, designed to
operate with the latest digital mobile communication
technology.
Some of the contents in this manual may differ from
your phone depending on your phone’s software or
your service provider.
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Contents
Guidelines for safe and efficient use .............. 6
Getting to know your phone ......................... 18
Parts of the phone .............................................18
Adjusting your watch to fit your wrist...................19
Installing the SIM card........................................21
Charging & Connecting your phone with the cradle ..23
Charging your phone/Bluetooth headset ..............24
Connecting your phone and PC...........................24
Your main screen ...............................................25
Get in touch with your GD910.............................26
Menu map ..................................................... 30
Calls ............................................................... 31
Making a voice or video call ...............................31
Calling your contacts..........................................32
Answering and rejecting a call ............................32
Adjusting call volume .........................................32
In-call options....................................................33
Speed dialling....................................................34
Viewing your call logs.........................................34
Changing call settings ........................................35
Contacts ........................................................ 37
Searching for a contact ......................................37
Adding a new contact ........................................37
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Creating a group................................................38
Changing your contacts settings .........................39
Viewing information ...........................................40
Messaging ..................................................... 41
Sending a message ...........................................41
Message folders ................................................43
Managing your messages ..................................44
Changing your text message settings ..................45
Changing your voicemail setting .........................45
Voice command ............................................ 46
Voice command ................................................46
Access ..............................................................47
Using a Voice command feature..........................47
Voice command settings ....................................48
My folders .........................................................49
Music ...............................................................49
Transferring music to your phone ........................50
Playing a song ...................................................50
Creating a playlist ..............................................51
Using the camera ..............................................52
Adding an event to your calendar ........................53
Adding an item to your To-Do list ........................53
Adding a memo .................................................54
Using date finder ...............................................54
Setting your alarm .............................................55
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Voice recorder ...................................................56
Using your calculator .........................................56
Converting a unit ...............................................57
Adding a city to your world clock ........................57
Using the stopwatch ..........................................58
STK ..................................................................58
Settings .......................................................... 59
Personalising your profiles..................................59
Changing your screen settings............................59
Changing your phone settings ............................60
Changing your Connectivity settings ....................62
Changing your Bluetooth settings........................63
Pairing with another Bluetooth device..................64
Using a Bluetooth headset ..................................65
Sending and receiving files using Bluetooth .........65
PC Suite ......................................................... 67
Installing the LG PC Suite on your computer ........67
Connecting your phone and PC...........................68
Backing up and restoring your phone’s data ........68
Viewing phone files on your PC ...........................69
Synchronising your contacts ...............................69
Synchronising your messages ............................70
Transfer your Music and image files ....................70
Using your phone as a mass storage device ........70
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Software Update............................................ 71
LG Mobile Phone Software .................................71
Troubleshooting ............................................. 72
Using the Bluetooth headset (LG HBM-900) ..............74
Change direction ...............................................75
Charging ...........................................................75
Low battery .......................................................76
Power on ..........................................................76
Power off ..........................................................76
Button hold .......................................................76
Pairing ..............................................................77
Auto Reconnect .................................................78
Auto Volume ......................................................79
Volume control (Circulation) ................................79
Calling ..............................................................80
Summary of button functions..............................82
LED indication ...................................................83
Troubleshooting .................................................84
Specifications ....................................................84
Precautions .......................................................85
Accessories ................................................... 87
Network service / Technical data ................. 88
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Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Please read these simple guidelines. Not following these
guidelines may be dangerous or illegal.
Exposure to radio frequency energy
This section is related to the Radio wave exposure and
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) information: The mobile
phone model GD910 has been designed to comply with
applicable safety requirements regarding exposure to
radio waves. These requirements are based on scientific
guidelines that include safety margins designed to ensure
the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.
• The radio wave exposure guidelines employ a unit of
measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate,
or SAR. Tests for SAR are conducted using standardised
methods with the phone transmitting at its highest
certified power level in all used frequency bands.
• While there may be differences between the SAR levels of
various LG phone models, all LG phones are designed to
meet the relevant guidelines for exposure to radio waves.
• The SAR limit recommended by the International
Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP)
is 2 W/kg, averaged over 10 g of tissue.
• The highest SAR value for this phone model, tested by
DASY4, for use when worn on the body is 0.486 W/kg (10 g).
• The SAR limit recommended by the Institute of Electrical
and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is 1.6 W/kg averaged
over 1g of tissue.
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How to handle your GD910
The GD910 IS NOT WATER-PROOF, but does have a
specific level of water resistance. (IPX4).
• Due to the intended use of the GD910, certain steps
have been taken in the design of the phone to prevent
damage from liquids encountered during normal user
activity. However, the GD910 is not water-proof. Make
sure you take all reasonable steps to avoid liquids coming
in contact with the phone.
• Be careful not to wet the leather strap as its lifespan can
be shortened.
• Do not operate the keys if the GD910 or your hands are
wet. If the phone was exposed to water and it contains
moisture inside the screen, visit an authorized service
center for inspection and repair.
• If liquid has entered the GD910, or if the inside of the
glass is fogged and remains so for an extended period,
immediately take the GD910 to a service centre for
inspection and repair.
• If the SIM cover’s rubber gasket is missing or damaged,
the phone becomes very vulnerable to liquid ingression.
• If your water proof gasket has been damaged by frequent
use of SIM cap cover, please contact an authorized
service center.
※ The battery charger and the adapter are not water-proof
or water-resistant to any degree.
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Guidelines for safe and efficient use
When wearing the GD910
• Do not expose the device to high temperatures and large
amounts of moisture or dust. Device failure, deformation
and discolouration as well as burn injuries may result.
• Do not damage the device. Electric shock, overheating or
fire may result.
• Do not touch the recharging devices or plugs with wet
hands. Electric shock may result.
• Do not spill water on the device while recharging. If water
spills on the device, immediately unplug the charger.
Electric shock, overheating, fire due to a short circuit or
product failure may result.
• People with sensitive skin or in weakened physical
condition may experience rash or skin irritation when
wearing the watch. If you notice that your skin is affected
immediately stop using GD910 and consult a physician.
• Be careful not to injure yourself and others around you
when you are engaged in heavy physical exercise or work
while wearing the device.
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How to handle your Bluetooth headset
Avoiding hearing damage
Permanent hearing loss may occur if you use your Bluetooth
headset at a high volume. Set the volume to a safe level. If
you adapt over time to a high volume, it may sound normal,
but it could still be damaging your hearing. If you experience
ringing in your ears or muffled speech, stop using the
headset, and have your hearing checked. The louder the
volume, the faster your hearing could be affected.
Hearing experts suggest the following to protect your
hearing:
• Limit the amount of time you use your Bluetooth headset
at high volumes.
• Avoid turning up the volume to block out noisy
surroundings.
• Use the volume at a safe level if possible.
Using Headsets safely
• Use of Headsets to listen to music while operating a
vehicle is not recommended and is illegal in some areas.
Be careful and attentive while driving.
• Stop using this device if you find it disruptive or
distracting while operating any type of vehicle or
performing any activity that requires your full attention.
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Product care and maintenance
WARNING: Only use batteries, chargers, and accessories
approved for use with this particular phone model. The use
of any other type may invalidate any certification or warranty
applying to the phone and may pose a hazard.
• Do not disassemble this unit. Take it to a qualified service
technician when repair work is required.
• Keep this unit at a distance from electrical appliances,
such as TVs, radios and computers.
• The unit should be kept at a distance from heat sources,
such as radiators and cookers.
• Do not drop the unit.
• Do not subject this unit to mechanical vibrations or
shocks.
• Turn off the phone in any area where you are required by
special regulations. For example, do not use your phone
in hospitals, as it may affect sensitive medical equipment.
• Do not handle the phone with wet hands while it is being
charged. Doing so may cause an electric shock and can
seriously damage your phone.
• Do not to charge your handset near flammable materials,
as the handset can become hot and create a fire hazard.
• Use a dry cloth to clean the exterior of the unit (do not
use solvents such as benzene, thinner, or alcohol).
• Do not charge the phone when it is on soft furnishings.
• Charge the phone in a well ventilated area.
• Do not subject the phone to excessive smoke or dust.
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• Do not keep the phone next to credit cards or transport
tickets; it can affect the information on magnetic strips.
• Do not tap the screen with sharp objects, as this may
damage the phone.
• Do not expose the phone to liquid, moisture or humidity.
• Do not use the phone or accessories in places with
high humidity, such as pools, greenhouses, solariums or
tropical environments. This may damage the phone and
void the warranty.
• Leather is an elegant and natural material, It is normal
for it to wear and tear over time. In order to protect the
product, please observe the following instructions.
- Do not expose the leather parts to humidity, water, and
direct sources of heat.
- Do not expose the leather surface to alcohol, perfumes,
solvents and greasy substances.
- Do not expose the leather surface to rough, sharp, or
abrasive objects.
- Do not expose the unit to rough metallic parts, and clean
with a soft dry cloth.
- Do not bend the product acutely.
In case of problems
- In case of stains wipe the leather surface with a dry
clean, soft cloth, or using a professional leather cleaning
agent.
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- In case of contact with water, do not rub the leather
roughly, use a dry clean soft cloth and use a gentle
dabbing motion to absorb the water.
• If you need to replace the leather, visit an authorized
service center and replace it with leather approved for
use with this particular phone model.(The leather is
excluded from the warranty.)
Efficient phone operation
Electronic devices
All LG mobile phones may experience or cause
interference, which could affect performance.
• Do not use your mobile phone near medical equipment
unless permitted. Avoid placing the phone over
pacemakers (e.g. in your breast pocket).
• Mobile phones may interfere with some hearing aids.
• Minor interference may affect TVs, radios, computers and
other devices.
Road safety
Check the laws and regulations on the use of mobile
phones in the area you drive in.
• Do not use a hand-held phone while driving.
• Give your full attention to driving. Use a hands-free kit, if
available.
• Pull off to the side of the road and park before making or
answering a call.
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• RF energy may affect some electronic systems in your
vehicle, including car stereos and safety equipment.
• If your vehicle is equipped with an airbag, ensure it is not
obstructed by your mobile device or accessories. It may
fail or cause a serious injury if obstructed when deployed.
• If you are listening to music while out and about, make
sure the volume is at a moderate level so that you are
aware of your surroundings. This is particularly important
when you are near roads.
Avoid damaging 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 the handset on or off
while close to your ear.
We also recommend that music and call volumes are set to
moderate levels.
Glass Parts
Some parts of your mobile device are made of glass.
This glass could break if your mobile device is dropped
on a hard surface or receives a substantial impact. If the
glass breaks, do not touch or attempt to remove it. Stop
using your mobile device until the glass is replaced by an
authorised service provider.
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Blasting area
Do not use the phone where blasting is in progress.
Observe restrictions, and follow any rules or regulations.
Potentially explosive atmospheres
• Do not use the phone at a refuelling point.
• Do not use the phone near fuel or chemicals.
• Do not transport or store flammable gas, liquid or
explosives in the same compartment of your vehicle as
your mobile phone and accessories.
In aircraft
Wireless devices can cause interference in aircraft.
• Turn your mobile phone off, or activate flight mode before
boarding any aircraft.
• Do not use your mobile phone on the ground without
permission from the crew.
Children
Keep the phone in a safe place out of the reach of small
children. It includes small parts which may cause a choking
hazard if detached.
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Emergency calls
Emergency calls may not be available in all areas due to
mobile network coverage.
Therefore, you should never depend solely on the phone for
emergency calls. Consult your local service provider.
Emergency numbers:
- Australia: Dial 0-0-0
- New Zealand: Dial 1-1-1
- International number: Dial 1-1-2
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 chargers. LG chargers are designed to
maximise battery life.
• Do not disassemble or short-circuit the battery pack.
• Keep the metal contacts of the charging pins clean.
• The battery may be recharged hundreds of times before
it needs replacing. The battery is not user-servicable. If
the battery is no longer providing acceptable performance
return the phone to an authorised service centre for service.
• Do not expose the battery charger to direct sunlight or
use it in high humidity, such as in the bathroom.
• There is a risk of explosion if the battery is replaced
by the incorrect type. Ensure only authorised service
centres replace the battery.
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• If you need to dispose of the phone, consider that the
phone has an internal battery that must be disposed
according to manufacturer’s instructions. Please recycle
whenever possible and do not dispose of the phone in
household waste.
• If you need to replace the battery, take it to the nearest
authorized LG Electronics service point or dealer for
assistance.
• Always unplug the charger from the mains after the
phone is fully charged to prevent unnecessary power
consumption by the charger.
• Actual battery life will depend on network configuration,
product settings, usage patterns and battery and
environmental conditions.
Driver Safety Tips
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.
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• Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while
driving. Jotting down a “to do” list or flipping through
your Contacts 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 for local emergency
services in the case of fire, traffic accident or medical
emergencies in Australia. Dial 1-1-1 for local emergency
number in New Zealand. Dial 1-1-2 any where in the
world to reach emergency services. Remember, it is a
free call on your wireless phone!
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Getting to know your phone
Parts of the phone
Speaker
Camera lens
Send key
Back/Clear key
Main screen
End/Power key
Send key
- Dials a phone number and answers incoming calls.
- Opens the call history menu on your clock screen. Call
the most recent number by pressing for 2 seconds.
- Opens the option list when using the menu if available.
Back/Clear key
- Takes you to the previous menu.
- G ives you quick access on your clock screen to
Voice command when you press for 2 seconds.
(see page xx for more information)
End/Power key
- Closes menu and returns you to the main clock screen.
- Turns the phone on/off when pressed for 2 seconds.
TIP! For quick shutdown, press and hold the Send key & Clear key.
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Charging Pin
SIM cap release
SIM cap cover
Microphone
SIM card socket
WARNING: Do not remove the SIM cap cover when the
phone is on, as this may damage the phone. Removing the SIM
cap cover turns the phone off.
WARNING: Do not use your fingernail to remove the SIM
cap cover.
Adjusting your watch to fit your wrist
You can adjust the strap length to your wrist size.
1 Remove watch from wrist and place on a soft surface
with its buckle open.
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2 Hold the watch strap and pull the “A” part of the buckle
vertically.
3 Hold the watch strap and adjust the strap length by
moving the “A” part of the buckle from side to side.
4 To fix the strap length of watch, push the “A” part of the
buckle back to the original location.
5 Close the buckle, you will hear a ‘click’ when the buckle
is fully closed.
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Installing the SIM card
1 Remove the SIM cap cover.
- Use the SIM cap tool to open the SIM cap cover.
NOTE: Insert SIM Tool fully in SIM cap not to damage SIM
cap cover.
2 Install the SIM card.
Make sure the gold contact area of the SIM card is facing
downwards. Slide the SIM card into the SIM card holder.
A
B
* Remove the SIM card.
- To remove the SIM card, gently push the edge of the SIM
card, and then lift it away from the SIM card holder.
- When you remove SIM Card, insert SIM Tool fully and
remove it.
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A
B
C
3 Replace the SIM cap cover.
Place the SIM cap cover into the SIM card holder, and
secure it by turning the cover to the right.
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Charging & Connecting your phone with the cradle
1 Plug the power adapter into the mains.
2 Connect the power adapter to the charging cradle.
3 Connect the charging cradle to the phone. Make sure
that the charging pins are properly aligned with the pins
on the charging cradle.
A
B
4 Once you connect the charger, the battery will begin to
charge. If the battery full icon
appears on the lock
screen, battery charging is complete.
NOTE: To improve battery
lifetime, the battery must be fully
charged before first use.
Icon
Description
Charging the
battery
WARNING: Before charging, make sure the SIM cap cover is
securely inserted onto your phone.
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Charging your phone/Bluetooth headset
Charger
Charger
Charger
Charger
Connecting your phone and PC
Charging cradle
WARNING: Do not use dual charging cable with data cable.
It is designed to be exclusively used with charger. When it is
connected with data cable it will not work properly.
Dual Charging Cable
Data Cable
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Getting to know your phone
Your main screen
Your GD910 has a touchscreen.
From here, you can access menu
options, make a quick call and change
your profile, among many other functions.
Touchscreen tips
• There’s no need to press hard; the
Touchscreen
touchscreen is sensitive enough to
detect light touches.
• Use the tip of your finger to touch the option you want.
Be careful not to touch any surrounding keys.
• Don’t cover the phone with a case or cover, as the
touchscreen will not work if any material is covering it.
• When the screen light is off, the touch protection function
is automatically enabled. This prevents the touchscreen
from responding when touched unintentionally. To disable
touch protection, press any key on the right side of the
phone twice.
• Whenever your GD910 is not in use, it will return to the
lock screen.
* Lock screen
< Digital >
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Get in touch with your GD910
The controls on the GD910 touchscreen change
dynamically, depending on the task you are carrying out.
Clock screen: To switch between the screens, just flick the
display from left to right or from right to left. You can also
choose one of the 8 Clock displays by flicking the screen
from top to bottom or from bottom to top on the main clock.
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Scrolling: Drag your finger from side to side to scroll. On
some screens, you can also scroll up and down.
Opening Applications: To open any application, drag
the screen to the desired application, and then touch the
application icon or menu.
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Touch interaction legend
Touch Down
Touch
Down & up
Touch
Down & Hold
Touch
Hold & Up
Touch Down & Drag Touch Down & Drag Touch Down & Drag Touch Down & Drag
(Up o Down)
(Down o Up )
( Left o Right )
( Right o Left )
Touch Down &
Hold & Drag
( Up o Down)
Touch Down &
Hold & Drag
(Down o Up )
Touch Down &
Hold & Drag
( Left o Right )
Touch Down &
Hold & Drag
( Right o Left )
Flicking
( Left o Right )
Flicking
( Right o Left )
Flicking interaction legend
Flicking
( Up o Down)
Flicking
(Down o Up )
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Getting to know your phone
On-Screen Icons
The status bar
The table below
describes various
The quick keys
display indicators or
icons that appear on
Information area
the phone’s indicator
screen. To open the
indicator screen, drag
your finger across from left to right on the clock screen.
* The status bar
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
Network signal strength
(number of bars will vary)
Bluetooth is active
No network signal
Bluetooth Mono
headset
Flight mode is selected
Remaining battery life
An alarm is set
Battery empty
* The quick keys
Icon Description
Icon
Description
Normal profile in use
Missed calls
Silent profile in use
New message
Outdoor profile in use
Flight mode is on.
No event
Flight mode is off.
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Menu map
When the screen light is off, press any key on the right side
of the phone twice to disable touch protection and enter
the screen.
The clock screen will display a 4-way arrow
x2
pad. On the clock screen, drag your finger
twice across from right to left to the top
menu.
Contacts
1. New contact
2. Search
3. Speed dials
4. Groups
5. Settings
6. Information
Utilities
1. Multimedia
2. Organiser
3. Alarms
4. Voice recorder
5. Tools
Messaging
1. Create message
2. Inbox
3. Drafts
4. Outbox
5. Sent items
6. Templates
7. Emoticons
8. Settings
Settings
1. Bluetooth
2. Profiles
3. Screen
4. Phone
5. Call
6. Connectivity
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Calls
Making a voice or video call
1 To open a Call menu, drag your finger across from right
to left on the clock screen.
2 Select Video call or Voice call.
3 Enter the number on the keypad screen. To delete a
digit, press the Clear key on the right side of the
phone or the Clear
touch key on the screen.
4 Press the Send key on the right side of the phone or
the Send touch key on the screen to make the call.
5 To end the call, press the End key on the right side
of the phone.
NOTE: Your phone has a Voice command feature that lets you
make calls by name. please see page 46 for more details.
TIP! To enter “+” for international calls, touch and
hold the 0 key on the keypad screen.
TIP! You can enter the asterisk * or # symbol, turn Silent
on/off, Send a message, Save a number or Search contacts by
on the keypad screen.
touching
Warning: The GD910 will get hot during video calls.
Some software variants have a feature where video calls
will be automatically terminated after 10 minutes. You will
be given a 1 minute warning, via a message on the screen,
before the the call is terminated. We recommend allowing the
handset to cool before making further video calls.
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Calls
Calling your contacts
It’s easy to call anyone whose number is in your Contacts.
1 Open the keypad screen. You can search your contacts
by choosing or .
2 Scroll through the contact list or tab the Name field,
enter the first letter(s) of the contact you want to call in
the Name field, and then press the Enter
touch key.
3 In the list, touch the contact you want to call, and then
select the number to use if there is more than one for
that contact.
touch key. You
4 Press the Send key or the Send
can also make a Video call from the options menu.
Answering and rejecting a call
When your phone rings, press the Send key to answer.
Press the End key to reject the incoming call.
TIP! You can send a message to explain why you
and using
cannot receive an incoming call by selecting
Excuse message before you reject an incoming call.
Adjusting call volume
To adjust the volume during a call, press the Clear key
and scroll up or down.
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In-call options
You can hold a call by pressing the number displayed on
your screen.
Mute - Turns the microphone off so the person you are
talking to cannot hear you.
Keypad - Opens the keypad screen. You can search
your contacts by choosing or . You can also send
a new message by choosing or save the phone
number by choosing .
To open the options menu during a call, press the Send key
. You can choose from the following:
Speaker on/off - Turns the speakerphone on or off.
Dialpad - Opens a numerical keypad for entering numbers
(e.g., when dialling call centres or other automated
telephone services).
Add call - Allows you to make a second call. Search your
contacts, then touch
to connect the call. Both calls will be
displayed on the call screen. Your initial call will be locked and
put on hold. To end one or both calls press the End key .
NOTE: You will be charged for each call you make.
Record - Allows you to record the call.
Go to messages - Allows you to check your messages.
DTMF off - Turns off DTMF during a call. DTMF lets you
use numerical commands to navigate within automated
calls. By default, DTMF is set to on.
End call - Terminates the call.
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Speed dialling
You can assign a frequently-called contact to a speed dial
number.
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu.
2 Select Contacts.
3 Select Speed dials.
4 Your voicemail is already set to speed dial 1. You cannot
change this. Touch any other number to assign it to a
speed dial contact.
5 Your address book will open. Select the contact you
want to assign to that number by touching the contact’s
name once. To find a contact, tap the Name box, and
then enter the first letter(s) of the name of the contact.
To call a speed dial number, using the numerical keypad,
press and hold the assigned number until the contact
appears on the screen.
Viewing your call logs
On the clock screen, press the Send key , then scroll left
and right. Choose to view:
All calls - View a complete list of all your dialled,
received and missed calls.
Dialled calls - View a list of all the numbers you have called.
Received calls - View a list of all the numbers that
have called you.
Missed calls - View a list of any calls you have missed.
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TIP! In any call log, select the Send key to open options
menu, and then select Delete to delete items. You can select
more than one item to delete at the same time. Press Send
key twice to open options menu and select Delete all.
TIP! Touch any call log entry to view the date, time and
duration of the call.
Changing call settings
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from right
to left to the top menu. Touch Settings, and then select Call.
2 From here, you can adjust the settings for:
Call divert - Choose whether to divert your calls.
Call waiting - If call waiting is activated, the handset will
notify you of an incoming call while you are on a call.
Call barring - Select which calls you want to barring.
Fixed dial numbers - Select Fixed dial number to
turn on and compile a list of numbers that can be called
from your phone. You’ll need your PIN2 code, which is
available from your operator. Only numbers in the fixed
dial list can be called from your phone.
Excuse message - You can view, edit or add your
excuse messages. To View a message select an existing
message this will display the whole message. From
viewing the message tap the screen to enter edit mode,
edit your message then select
to view the whole
message and press the send key then select save To
add a message select Add message, this takes you to
edit mode for a new message.
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Call costs - View the charges applied to your dialled
calls. This service is network dependent; some operators
do not support this function.
Call durations - View the duration of all calls including
All, dialed, received calls and the last call.
Common settings
• Call reject - Touch
to switch On and enable
the Reject list. You can touch the text box to choose
from all calls, specific contacts or groups, calls from
unregistered numbers (those not in your contacts),
or calls with no caller ID. Touch Save to change this
setting.
• Send my number – Choose whether to display your
number on an outgoing call.
• Auto redial - Choose on (
) or off ( ).
• Minute minder - Select on (
) to hear a tone every
minute during a call.
• BT answer mode - Select Hands-free to answer
calls using a Bluetooth headset, or select Handset to
press a handset key to answer calls.
• Save new number - Select Yes to save a new number.
TIP! To scroll through a list of options, touch the
last item visible, and then drag your finger up the screen. The
list will move up to display more items.
Video call setting - Touch Video call setting, located in
the calls menu, to select the settings for your video calls.
Decide whether to use a private image, then select one
and/or turn on/off the mirror effect.
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Contacts
Searching for a contact
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Contacts, and then
select Search.
TIP! On the numerical keypad screen, touch
search for contacts.
to open and
2 Scroll through the contact list or enter the first letter(s) of
the contact you want to call in the Name field and press
the Enter
key. You will then see a list of contacts
corresponding to the letters you entered.
3 In the list, touch the contact you want to call, and then
select the number to use if there is more than one for
that contact.
4 Press the Send key or the Send
touch key. You
can also make a Video call from the options menu.
Adding a new contact
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice twice across
from right to left to the top menu. Touch Contacts, and
then select New contact.
2 Choose whether to save the contact to your Handset
or USIM.
3 Enter the first and last name of your new contact. You do
not have to enter both, but you must enter at least one.
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4 If you want to add a picture to the new contact, touch
. When Edit image menu appears, select Use
existing image. You can choose an image that is saved
in your phone memory. Then touch Save.
5 You can enter up to five different numbers per contact.
Each entry is assigned a preset type: Mobile, Home,
Office, Pager or Fax.
6 Add an email address in the Email field.
7 Assign the contact to one or more groups, choosing
between No group, Family, Friends, Colleagues,
School, or VIP or one of other groups you created.
TIP! You can create customised groups for your contacts.
8 You can also add a Ringtone, Birthday, Anniversary,
Home page, Home address, Company name, Job
title, Company address or Memo.
9 Touch Save to save the contact.
Creating a group
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice twice across
from right to left to the top menu. Touch Contacts,
select Groups, and then touch New group.
2 Enter a name for your new group in the Name field. You
can also assign a ringtone to the group.
3 Touch Save to save the new group.
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Contacts
NOTE: Even if you delete a group, the contacts that were
assigned to that group will not be lost. They will remain in your
contacts.
Changing your contacts settings
You can adapt your contacts settings to suit your
preferences.
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Contacts and then
Settings.
2 From here, you can adjust the following settings:
Contact list settings - Choose whether to view contacts
saved to Handset & USIM, Handset only or USIM
only. You can also choose to show the first name or last
name of a contact first and whether to display a quick
command key next to the contact.
Copy - Copy your contacts from your handset to your
USIM or from your USIM to your handset.
You can choose all contacts by using the Send key on
the right side of the phone and touching Select all, or
select each contact one by one.
Move - This works in the same way as Copy, but the
contact will only be saved to the location you are moving
it to. So if you move a contact from the USIM to the
handset, it will be deleted from USIM memory.
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Send all contacts via Bluetooth - Send all your
contacts to another device using Bluetooth. Bluetooth will
be automatically turned on if you select this option.
Clear contacts - Delete all the contacts on your handset
or USIM. Touch Yes if you are sure you want to delete all
your contacts.
Viewing information
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Contacts and then
Information.
2 From here, you can view Service dial numbers, your
Own number, Memory info (how much memory space
you have left for contacts) and My business card.
TIP! To add your own business card, select My business
card, and then enter your details as you would for any contact.
Touch Save to finish.
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Messaging
Sending a message
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Messaging, and
then select Create message.
2 When you touch a message field, the keypad screen
will appear. Touch the To field to enter the recipient’s
number, or touch the search icon to open your contacts.
You can add multiple contacts.
3 Enter the text message using the keypad screen.
o
4 On the keypad screen, press the Send key
to open
the options menu. Choose Writing language, Add to
dictionary, Insert, Save to drafts or Writing font size.
Touch Insert to add a Template, Emoticons or Name
& Number.
5 Touch Send when ready.
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Entering text
/
- Touch to open or close the pop-up screen.
- Touch to turn T9 predictive text on or off.
- Touch to change between the number, symbol and
text keypads.
- Touch to move the cursor.
- Touch to return to the message field.
- Touch to add a space.
- Touch to delete a character or hold to delete
characters quickly.
* T9 predictive mode
In in the popup menu, you will see
. T9 uses a
built-in dictionary to recognise words based on the key
number sequences you touch. Simply touch the number
key associated with the letter you want to enter, and the
dictionary will predict the word you want to use.
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* Abc manual mode
In Abc mode, you will see
, the white characters
indicate what mode is currently in use. In abc mode, you
must touch the key repeatedly to enter a letter if T9 mode
is turned off (
).
Message folders
You’ll recognise the folder structure used on your GD910; it
is user-friendly and self-explanatory.
Inbox - All the messages you receive are placed into
your inbox. Here, you can view, delete and manage your
messages in a number of ways.
Drafts - If you do not finish writing a message, you can
save what you have done in this folder.
Outbox - This is a temporary storage folder while
messages are being sent and the messages which are
failed to send.
Sent items - All the messages you sent are placed in this
folder.
Templates - A list of pre-written, useful messages, for
quick replies. The phone includes a number of templates
you can edit.
Emoticons - You can add, edit and delete emoticons. When
you write messages, insert your preferred emoticons. There
are some commonly used emoticons already on your phone.
Settings - This is where you configure your Text message/
Voicemail options.
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Managing your messages
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Messaging, and
then select Inbox.
2 Select a message, and then press the Send key
to open the options menu, and then choose from the
following:
Reply - Send a reply to the selected message.
Delete - Delete the selected message.
Forward - Send the selected message on to another
person.
Save number - Save the phone number in the
message.
Extract - Extract information, such as phone number or
email address, from the selected message.
New message - Write a new message regardless of
who sent you the message.
Voice call - Make a voice call to the contact.
Video call - Make a video call to the contact.
Copy&Move - Copy or move the selected message to
your USIM card or Handset.
Message info. - Check the message info for type,
subject, where it is from and date.
If you see the message No space for USIM, you should
delete some messages from your inbox to free up space.
If you see the message No space for messages, you can
delete either messages or saved files to free up space.
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Changing your text message settings
On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Messaging, select
Settings, and then choose Text message.
You can make changes to:
Text message centre - Enter the details of your message
centre.
Delivery report - Choose to receive confirmation that
your message has been delivered. By enabling this option,
you can verify whether your message has been sent
successfully by checking the message information on you
Sent box.
Validity period - Choose how long your messages are
stored in the message centre.
Character encoding - choose from auto or default
Alphabet.
Changing your voicemail setting
On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Messaging, select
Settings and then choose Voicemail. You can view and
edit the voicemail name and number.
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Voice command
Voice command
Your GD910 supports
enhanced voice
commands. Using
advanced voice
recognition technology,
this feature allows you
to do things by verbal
command (e.g. make
calls, confirm new
messages or voicemail,
check your schedule,
get the time and listen to music).
Voice command
icon
Clear key
NOTE:
• Using a Voice command may be difficult in a noisy
environment or during an emergency.
• When you use a voice command feature, the loudspeaker is
in use. Hold the GD910 a short distance away when issueing
a command.
• Before using a voice command, please check this feature is
enabled. (Settings>Phone>Voice command)
• If you use the phone inside the car, make sure you close the
car windows. Otherwise, it can be interrupted by the wind
noise and traffic noise.
• Voice command does not support all of the languages;
some featuresmay not be supported according to particular
languages.
• Voice command feature is language-dependent. Before using
voice command, please check the voice recognition language.
* Voice recognition language: US English, UK English,
Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, Italian, and Russian.
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Voice command
Access
To use a Voice command feature, press and hold the Clear
key
on the clock screen, and then follow the prompts.
Using a Voice command feature
Call - Say “Call”, then say the contact name. Speak clearly
and exactly as the contact appears in your Contacts list.
Your GD910 will make a call to the default number of the
contact, unless other wise specified. When you have more
than one contact number, you can state the number of the
contact to call (e.g., “Call John Work”).
New messages - When you have a new message, TTS
(Text to Speech) function is automatically active, this will
automatically read the newest message in your inbox and
tell you if there are new (unread) messages left your inbox.
Voicemail - You can access the voice mail centre directly
by saying “Voicemail”.
Today schedule - The “Today schedule” command allows
you to access and review your schedule.
Time - The “Time” command gives you the time of day.
Music - The “Music” command allows you to play songs.
Help - Provides general guidelines for using Voice
commands.
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Voice command settings
1 On the clock screen, press and hold the Clear key .
2 After enter the voice command feature then press the
Send key
to open the settings.
3 Change the settings, as necessary.
Sensitivity - The “Sensitivity” setting controls how
the system filters for matches. Selecting ‘Reject more’
increases the sensitivity to filtering out more potential
matches. Selecting ‘Reject less’ decreases the sensitivity
and displays more potential matches. If you are
frequently asked to repeat or no matches are found,
lower the sensitivity setting.
Train words - If the phone often asks you to repeat a
voice command, train the phone to recognise your voice
patterns.
Timeout - Set to 5 seconds or 10 seconds.
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Utilities
My folders
You can store any multimedia file in your phone’s memory
so you have easy access to all of your pictures, sounds,
and so on. On the clock screen, drag your finger twice
across from right to left to the top menu. Touch Utilities,
and Multimedia, and then select My folders.
My images - Contains a list of images, including default
images preloaded onto your phone and images taken
by your phone’s camera. You can assign an image to a
particular person in your contacts list so that the image
appears when the person calls you.
My sounds - Contains all. sound files, including default
sounds and Voice recordings.
Others - This folder is used to store files that are not
pictures or sounds.
Music
Your GD910 has a built-in music player so you can play
all your favourite music. On the clock screen, drag your
finger twice across from right to left to the top menu. Touch
Utilities, and Multimedia, and then select Music.
From here, you can access a number of folders:
Recently played - View all the songs you have played
recently.
All tracks - Contains all the songs you have on your
phone.
Artists - Browse your music collection by artist.
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Albums - Browse your music collection by album.
Genres - Browse your music collection by genre.
Playlists - Contains all your playlists.
Shuffle tracks - Play your tracks in random order.
Transferring music to your phone
The easiest way to transfer music to your phone is using
Bluetooth or your sync cable.
To transfer using Bluetooth:
1 Make sure both devices have Bluetooth turned on and
can see each other.
2 Select the music file on the other device, and then select
send via Bluetooth.
3 When the file is ready to be sent, you must accept it on
your phone by touching Yes.
4 The file will appear in All tracks.
Playing a song
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Utilities, and then
select Multimedia, and then touch Music.
2 Touch All tracks.
3 Select the song you want to play.
4 Touch
to pause the song.
5 Touch
to go to the previous song.
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6 Touch
7 Touch
to go to the next song.
to return to the Music list.
TIP! To adjust the volume when you’re
listening to music, press the Speaker icon on
the screen, and then scroll up or down.
TIP! Even though the Bluetooth headset is connected with
your handset, you may be unable to hear MP3 sound through
headset. To listen to your music through a Bluetooth headset,
the headset needs to support A2DP.
Creating a playlist
You can create playlists by choosing a selection of songs
from the All tracks folder.
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across
from right to left to the top menu. Touch Utilities,
Multimedia, and then select Music.
2 Touch Playlists.
3 Touch Add new playlist, enter the playlist name, and
then touch Save.
4 The All tracks folder will show all the songs on your
phone. Touch all the songs you want to include in your
playlist. A tick will appear on the left side of the track
names.
5 Press the Send key on the right side of the phone
and touch Done.
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NOTE: Music is copyright protected in international treaties
and national copyright laws. It may be necessary to obtain
permission or a licence to reproduce or copy music. In some
countries national law prohibits private copying of copyrighted
material. Please check the national legislation of the
applicable country concerning the use of such material.
Using the camera
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across
from right to left to the top menu. Touch Utilities,
Multimedia, and then select Camera.
2 The viewfinder will appear on the screen. Touch
to
take a photo.
* In your viewfinder, you can select the following options
before taking a photo. Touch the icons to adapt your
photo:
Gallery - Touch to move to your gallery.
Exposure - The exposure defines the control of
the amount of sunlight entering the image. A low
contrast image will appear darker, whereas a high
contrast image will appear much brighter. Slide the
contrast indicator along the bar, towards left for a
lower exposure, darker image or towards right for a
higher, exposure, brighter image.
3 Your captured photo will appear on the screen for a few
seconds and disappear. The name of the image runs
along the bottom of the screen.
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Utilities
Adding an event to your calendar
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Utilities, select
Organiser, and then choose Calendar.
2 Select the date to which you want to add an event.
3 Press the Send key , then Add event.
4 Touch Category then choose between Appointment,
Anniversary or Birthday.
5 If you would like to add a note to your event, touch Note
and type in the details. For appointment, you can also
enter the Location.
6 Enter the Start day and Start time you want your event
to begin.
For appointments and anniversaries, you can enter the
End day and End time the event finishes.
7 Select Alarm to set an alert for the event. If you want to
repeat the alarm, select Repeat.
8 Touch Save to save the event in the calendar.
TIP! You can set holiday dates in your calendar. Touch each
day you are on holiday one at time, press the Send key ,
and then select Set holiday.
Adding an item to your To-Do list
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Utilities, select
Organiser, and then choose To do.
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2 Touch Add to do.
3 Set the date for the task, add notes, and select a priority
level: High, Medium or Low.
4 Save your task by selecting Save.
TIP! You can edit an item by selecting it, touching the text
box, and then entering the changes. Confirm the changes by
selecting Save.
Adding a memo
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Utilities, select
Organiser, and then choose Memo.
2 Touch New memo.
3 Type your memo, then press the Send key
and select
Save to memo.
4 Your memo will appear on the screen.
Using date finder
Date finder is a handy tool that helps you calculate what
the date will be, in a given number of days. It helps you
keep track of deadlines.
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Utilities, select
Organiser, and then choose Date finder.
2 Set the start date in the From tab, the current date is
here by default.
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3 Set the number of days in the After tab.
4 The Target date will be shown below.
Setting your alarm
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Utilities, and then
select Alarms.
2 Touch New alarm.
3 Set the time you want the alarm to sound.
4 Select the repeat interval from the drop-down list,
choose from: Not repeated, Daily, Mon - Fri, Mon - Sat,
Sat - Sun or Except holiday.
5 Select Alarm type to select the type of alarm you want
from the drop-down list, choose from: Always sound,
Vibration, Ring & Vibration or Follow profile.
6 Touch Alarm bell. Choose a sound from the media list.
To listen to sounds, touch the icon on the right of the
sound.
7 Add a memo to appear when alarm sounds.
8 Finally, you can set the snooze interval to 5, 10, 20, 30
minutes, 1 hour. Or you can turn snooze off.
9 After setting the alarm, touch Save. The screen then
automatically returns to the alarm list.
NOTE: You can set up to 5 alarms.
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Voice recorder
Use your voice recorder to record voice memos or other
audio files.
To record a sound or voice memo:
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Utilities, and then
select Voice recorder.
2 Touch
to begin recording. To pause during the
recording, touch
.
3 Touch
to end recording.
4 Touch
to listen to the recording.
Using your calculator
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger
twice across from right to left to the
top menu. Touch Utilities, select
Tools, and then choose Calculator.
2 Touch the box to open up the number
keypad screen.
3 Enter numbers using number keys.
4 For simple calculations, touch
and
choose the function you need (+, –,
x or ÷), followed by =. To back to the
number keypad screen, touch
.
5 For more complex calculations, touch
, and then choose sin, cos, tan,
sec, csc, cot, deg, rad, log, ln, exp and so on.
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Converting a unit
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Utilities, select
Tools, and then choose Converter.
2 Choose the type of conversion, Currency, Surface,
Length, Weight, Temperature, Volume and Velocity.
TIP! For Currency, you need to set the Rate before
converting. Select Rate and touch the box to open up the
number keypad screen.
3 Then select the unit, and enter the value you want to
convert from, followed by the unit you want to convert to.
4 The corresponding value will appear on the screen.
Adding a city to your world clock
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Utilities, and select
Tools, and then choose World clock.
2 Press the Send key , and then select New city.
Choose the continent, and then select the city on the
map. Alternatively, touch Select City. and choose from
the list or touch Search, and select the first word of the
city. The city will display on the screen.
3 Touch the city to add it to your World time list.
TIP! If you are abroad, you can change your time zone from
World time. Choose your required city as above and select the
Send key , then choose Set as current city.
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Utilities
Using the stopwatch
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Utilities, select
Tools, and then choose Stopwatch.
2 Touch Start to begin timing.
3 Touch Lap if you want to record a lap time.
4 Touch Stop to end the timer.
5 Touch Resume to restart the stopwatch from the
time you stopped it, or touch Reset to start from the
beginning.
STK
On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Utilities, select Tools,
and then choose STK.
This menu may be inactive if your SIM card doesn’t
include STK support services (i.e. SIM Application Toolkit).
STK name and options vary depending on operator
requirements.
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Settings
Personalising your profiles
You can quickly change your profile on
the indicator screen. On the clock screen,
drag your finger across from left to right,
and then touch the profile icon.
TIP! To use Flight mode select
. Flight mode prevents
you from making/receiving calls, sending/receiving messages
or using Bluetooth.
Icon
Description
Icon
Description
Normal profile in use
Flight mode is on
Silent profile in use
Flight mode is off
Outdoor profile in use
You can personalise each profile setting in the settings menu.
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Settings, and then
select Profiles.
2 Choose the profile you want to edit.
3 You can then change the sounds and alert options
available in the list, including ringtone, volume, message
alerts and more.
Changing your screen settings
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Settings, and then
select Screen.
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Settings
2 Choose from:
Top Menu - Choose the style of the top menu.
Font - Adjust the font size.
Backlight - Choose how long the backlight stays on.
NOTE: The longer the backlight stays on, the more battery power
it uses and the more often you need to recharge your phone.
Brightness - Adjust the screen brightness.
Lock screen - Choose the clock type on the locked
screen (Digital or Analog).
Action guide - Turn the action guide on or off.
If you select On, the action guide will be shown
automatically when you turn on the handset. You can
learn about the features of your phone and how to use
them from the action guide.
Changing your phone settings
Enjoy the freedom of adapting the GD910 to your
preferences.
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Settings, and then
select Phone.
2 Choose in the list below.
Date & Time - Adjust your date, time, and daylight
saving settings, or choose to automatically update the
time and date. Choose from On, Confirm first, or Off
Power save - Change the factory-set power saving
settings: Off, Night only or Always on.
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Settings
Languages - Change the language on your GD910
display.
Security - Adjust your security settings, including PIN
codes request & handset lock. You can select change
codes to change your PIN code, PIN2 code and your
Security code.
NOTE: Security code
The default security code is set to ‘0000’ and the security
code is required to delete all phone entries and to activate the
Reset settings menu. The security code default setting can be
modified from the Security > Change codes.
Voice command - Enable or disable the voice
command feature.
Memory manager - Use the memory manager to
determine how each memory is used and how much
space is available.
- Handset common memory - View the memory
available on your GD910 for Pictures, Sounds and
other items.
- Handset reserved memory - View the memory
available on your handset for Text Message, Contacts,
Calendar, To do’s, Memos, Alarms and Call history.
- USIM memory - View the memory available on your
USIM Card.
Reset settings - Restores all settings to the factory
defaults.
Information - View the Handset information and the
Phone guide for your GD910.
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Settings
Changing your Connectivity settings
Your connectivity settings have already been set up by
your network operator, so you can enjoy your new phone
immediately. To change any setting, use this menu:
On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Settings, and then
select Connectivity. Choose from:
1 Network settings
Select network - If you select Automatic, the GD910
automatically searches for a network and registers the
handset to the chosen network. This is recommended
for the best service and quality.
NOTE: When your handset loses a network in manual mode, a
message appears on the Idle screen instructing you to select
an available network.
Network mode - Set the type of network to search
for when searching for networks in the Select network
menu.
Preferred lists - You can select a preferred network to
connect to.
2 Packet data conn.
Set the packet data connection. (When needed/When
available)
3 USB connection mode
You can use your phone with a variety of PC connectivity
and data communications applications though USB.
(Mass storage/PC suite)
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Settings
Changing your Bluetooth settings
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Settings, and then
select Bluetooth.
2 Choose Bluetooth on ( ), press the Send key , and
then select Settings. Make your changes to:
My device visibility - Set Visible or Visible for 1 min so
other devices can detect your phone when searching for
Bluetooth devices. If you select Hidden, other devices
will not be able to detect your phone when searching for
Bluetooth devices.
My device name - You can name or rename your
phone as it will appear on other devices. Your phone’s
name will be shown on other devices only when My
device visibility is set to Visible.
Supported services - You can view the list of devices,
such as headsets and handsfree devices, supported by
your Bluetooth-enabled phone.
Remote SIM Mode - For connecting the hands-free
kit with your phone, you can activate remote SIM mode
related with the SAP (SIM Access Profile).
My address - Check your Bluetooth address here.
NOTE: To improve security, we recommend that once you have
configured or paired with a device, set Visibility to Hidden. For
incoming connections, regardless of whether the other device
has been paired with your phone, you can choose to accept or
reject the connection.
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Settings
Pairing with another Bluetooth device
* To turn Bluetooth on:
1 In the Bluetooth menu (on the clock screen, drag your
finger twice across from right to left to the top menu.
Touch Settings, and then select Bluetooth), touch
Bluetooth to turn it on as shown in the figure below.
2 To turn Bluetooth off, touch Bluetooth again. If Bluetooth
is off, you will see the
icon on your screen. If
Bluetooth is on, you will see the
icon on your screen.
To pair with another a Bluetooth device:
When you pair your GD910 with another device, you set up
a passcode-protected connection. This means your pairing
is more secure.
1 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Settings, and then
select Bluetooth. Check that your Bluetooth is on and
Visible. You can change your visibility in the Settings menu,
by selecting (send key icon) then My device visibility.
2 Touch Search.
3 Your GD910 will search for devices. When the search
has completed, you can see the list of devices found and
Refresh will appear on screen.
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Settings
4 Choose the device you want to pair with, then enter a
passcode, and then choose OK.
5 Your phone will then connect to the other device, for
which you must enter the same passcode.
6 Your passcode protected Bluetooth connection is now
ready.
NOTE: Read the user guide of each Bluetooth accessory you
are trying to pair with because the instructions may vary.
Using a Bluetooth headset
1 Check that Bluetooth is turned on
and Visible.
2 Follow the instructions that came with your headset to
pair the two devices.
3 Touch Ask always or Allow without asking, and then
touch Yes to connect. Your GD910 will automatically
switch to Headset profile. If you select Ask always, the
handset will prompt you every time the BT connection
is available.
Sending and receiving files using Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a great way to send and receive files, as no
wires are needed and connection is quick and easy.
You can also connect to a Bluetooth headset to make and
receive calls.
Before you can start sharing files using Bluetooth, you will
need to pair your phone with the other Bluetooth device.
For information on pairing devices, see Pairing with
another Bluetooth device.
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Settings
TIP! The connection may be improved if there are no solid
objects in between your phone and the other Bluetooth device.
To send a file:
1 Open the file you want to send, typically a photo.
2 Press the Send key, and then select Send.
Choose Bluetooth.
3 If you have already paired the Bluetooth device, your
GD910 will not automatically search for other Bluetooth
devices. If not, your GD910 will search for other
Bluetooth-enabled devices within range.
4 Choose the device you want to send the file to.
5 Your file will be sent.
TIP! Check the progress bar to make sure your file is sent.
To receive a file:
1 To receive files, your Bluetooth must be On and Visible.
See Changing your Bluetooth settings on page 62 for
more information.
2 A message will prompt you to accept the file from the
sender. Touch Yes to receive the file.
NOTE: The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are owned by
the Bluetooth SIG, Inc, and any use of such marks by LG
Electronics is under licence. Other trademarks and trade
names are those of their respective owners.
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PC Suite
You can synchronise your PC with your phone. This will
ensure all your important details and dates match and also
act as a backup to give you peace of mind.
TIP! To do this, you must install the PC Suite
application provided on the CD-ROM or available in a
download from http://update.lgmobile. com. (From www.
lgmobile.com, PRODUCTS > Manual & Software > Go to
Manual & S/W Download Section)
Installing the LG PC Suite on your computer
1 Check the GD910 is ready for PC suite, see page 67 on
Connecting Your Phone and PC.
2 Connect the handset and PC by using the USB cable
with the charging cradle, and then wait a moment.
3 The installation guide message will appear.
Caution! If the installation guide message is not displayed on
your PC, check your CD-ROM settings in Windows.
4 Insert the supplied CD, or click the download button to
directly download the LG PC Suite program from the
website.
5 Click on the LG PC Suite Installer that appears on your
screen.
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PC Suite
Connecting your phone and PC
1 Select PC Suite mode from the Connectivity > USB
connection mode menu and then connect the USB
cable with the charging cradle to your phone and PC.
2 LG PC Suite will automatically activate on your PC.
Caution! If LG PC Suite is not activated automatically
on your PC, please check your CD-ROM settings on the PC.
3 Your phone and PC are now connected.
TIP! You can also synchronize your PC with your phone by using
Bluetooth. Please make sure your PC has built-in Bluetooth
wireless technology which makes it possible for you to connect
your PC wirelessly to other Bluetooth devices. For pairing
your phone with PC using Bluetooth, see Pairing with another
Bluetooth device on page 64 for more information.
Backing up and restoring your phone’s data
1 Connect your phone to your PC by using the USB cable
with the charging cradle.
2 Click on the Backup icon, and then select Backup or
Restore.
3 Choose whether to back up Contents Data and/or
Phonebook/Schedule/To do/Memo Data. Select the
location where you want to back up the data to, or
restore it from. Click Save.
4 Your data will be backed up.
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PC Suite
Viewing phone files on your PC
1 Connect your phone to your PC by using the USB cable
with the charging cradle.
2 Click on the Manage Files icon.
3 Images and audio files you have saved on your phone
will be displayed on the screen in the LG Phone files.
TIP! Viewing the contents of your phone on your PC helps you
manage files, organise documents and remove content you no
longer need.
Synchronising your contacts
1 Connect the phone to your PC by using the USB cable
with the charging cradle.
2 Click on the Manage Contacts icon.
3 Your PC will now import and display all the contacts
saved on your SIM card and handset.
4 Click on File, and then select Save. You can now select
where you want to save your contacts to.
NOTE: To back up contacts saved to your SIM card, click on
the SIM card folder on the left side of the PC screen. Rightclick on one of your contacts, choose Select all, and then
choose Copy or Move to phone memory.
Right-click on your contacts, and then select Copy to Phone
memory. Now click on the Handset folder on the left side of
the screen, and all your numbers will be displayed.
NOTE: After synchronising your phone contacts to Outlook and
you find that your contact numbers are not there, then please
check the Primary field in Outlook.
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PC Suite
Synchronising your messages
1 Connect the phone to your PC.
2 Click on the Messages icon.
3 All your PC and phone messages will be displayed in
folders on the screen.
4 Use the toolbar at the top of your screen to rearrange messages.
Transfer your Music and image files
You can transfer music and image files you have saved on
your PC to your phone.
1 Connect your phone to your PC by using the USB cable
with the charging cradle.
2 Click on the Transfer Files icon.
3 Select the file you want to transfer.
Using your phone as a mass storage device
Your phone can be used as a mass storage device.
1 Disconnect your phone from your PC.
2 On the clock screen, drag your finger twice across from
right to left to the top menu. Touch Settings, and then
select Connectivity.
3 Touch USB connection mode.
4 Touch Mass storage. This mode will be saved.
5 Connect the phone to your PC. Your phone will display
Connected.
NOTE: Your phone must be plugged into your PC to initiate
mass storage.
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Software Update
LG Mobile Phone Software
This section discusses how to update LG mobile phone
software. For more information on installing and using this
software, please visit http://update.lgmobile.com.
The update feature allows you to update your software to
the latest version quickly and conveniently over the Internet,
eliminating the need to visit our service centre.
Since the mobile phone software update program requires
the your full attention for the duration of the update
process, please make sure to read the instructions and
notes that appear at each step before proceeding.
Note that removing the USB cable or batteries during the
update process may seriously damage your mobile phone.
LG assumes no liability for the loss of data during the
update process. It is highly recommended to back up any
important information before updating.
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Troubleshooting
This chapter lists a number of problems you might
encounter while using your phone. Some problems require
you to call your service provider, but most are easy to
correct yourself.
Message
Possible causes
SIM error
There is no SIM
card in the phone,
or you may
have inserted it
incorrectly.
Signal weak
outside network
No
connection
to the
network
Codes do
not match
Function
cannot be
set
Calls not
available
When you want to
change a security
code, you must
confirm the new
code, by entering it
again. The two codes
you have entered do
not match.
Not supported by
service provider
or registration
required.
Dialling error,
New SIM card
inserted, Charge limit
reached.
Possible Corrective
measures
Make sure that the SIM
card is correctly inserted.
Move to a higher location,
a window or open space.
Check the service provider
coverage map.
Contact your service
provider.
Contact your service
provider.
New network not
authorised. Check for new
restrictions. Contact a
service provider, or reset
limit with PIN2.
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Troubleshooting
Message
Phone
cannot be
switched
on
Charging
error
Phone
loses
network
Number
not
permitted
Possible causes
Possible Corrective
measures
On/Off key pressed Press On/Off key for at
too briefly
least 2 seconds.
Battery empty
Charge battery. Check
Battery contacts
battery indicator on the
dirty
screen.
Clean the contacts.
Battery completely Charge battery.
empty
Make sure the
Temperature out of surrounding temperature
is within the operating
operating range
range, wait, and then
Contact problem
charge again.
No mains voltage Check the power supply
Charger defective and connection to the
phone.
Wrong charger
Plug in to a different
Defective battery
socket, or check the
voltage.
If the charger does not
warm up, replace it.
Only use original LG
accessories.
Take the phone to your
nearest Authorised service
centre for any battery
replacement.
Signal too weak
Reconnection to another
service provider is
automatic.
The fixed dial
Check settings.
number function
is on.
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Using the Bluetooth headset (LG HBM-900)
The LG HBM-900 Bluetooth® Headset is a light, wireless
Headset that uses Bluetooth® technology. It can be used
as an audio accessory for devices that support either the
Headset or Bluetooth® handsfree configurations.
Front
Call Button/LED
Indicator
(Touch Sensor)
Power Switch
Volume Control
(Circulation)
Mics
Mic
Back
Speaker
Charging Port
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Using the Bluetooth headset (LG HBM-900)
Change direction
Charging
- Remove the cover of the charging port, and then connect
the charger.
- When the charger is connected, the Headset will turn off
automatically and cannot be used.
- While charging, the LED indicator will display a blue light.
- The buttons will not function while the device is charging.
- It takes 2 hours to fully charge the Headset.
- When charging is complete, the LED indicator will turn off.
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Low battery
- A low-battery tone will sound once every 30 seconds.
- If the battery is not charged, the Headset will turn off.
Power on
- Move the power switch from the OFF position to the ON
position.
• The power will turn on and a boot tone will play.
Power off
- Move the power switch from the ON position to the OFF
position.
• A shutdown tone will play, the Bluetooth link will
disconnect and the power will turn off.
Button hold
- Button Hold mode prevents any button function of the
Bluetooth headset from activated after unintentionally
pressing a button.
- Press and hold (two beep sound will be heard) the power
switch to the HOLD position to place the headset in Hold
mode.
- Press and hold the power switch to the ON position to
turn off Hold mode.
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Using the Bluetooth headset (LG HBM-900)
- If you press any button on the headset while it is in Hold
mode, you will hear three distinct beeps, and the LED will
flash three times to alert you that the headset is in Hold
Mode.
- When you slide the power switch to the OFF position,
the Headset will turn off and Hold mode will turn off
automatically.
Pairing
- Prior to using the Bluetooth headset for the first time, you
must pair it with a Bluetooth-enabled handset.
• With the Power off, move the power switch to the ON
position to turn on the Bluetooth headset.
• The Headset will enter Auto-Reconnect mode. (If your
Headset has been previously paired with the handset,
the Headset will automatically reconnect, as per the
“ask always” or “allow without asking” settings, to the
handset when the Bluetooth headset is turned on).
• After 10 seconds, the Bluetooth headset will
automatically enter Pairing Mode.
• When the Headset enters Pairing Mode, the LED
indicator will display a blue light, and you will hear 2
short beeps.
• Using your handset, find the Bluetooth Menu, and then
“search for” or “add” new devices. (see page 64 for
more details)
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Using the Bluetooth headset (LG HBM-900)
• Select “LG HBM-900” from the list of devices and pair
it with your handset.
• When asked for the Pass/PIN code during the pairing
process enter “0000” (4 Zeros).
• Once pairing has completed successfully, you will hear
2 short beeps.
• If you want to pair with a different device in the future,
the Headset must be placed in Pairing Mode.
Note: While pairing allow connection pop-up comes with
“Ask always” and “Allow without asking” options. If you
select Ask always “Accept connection request..” with “Yes”
or “No” pop-up will appear in the handset screen otherwise
headset will connect automatically whenever you switch on
the headset power key.
Auto Reconnect
- When the Bluetooth headset turns off (accidentally or
intentionally) while connected to a handset, the Headset
and handset will disconnect. The Headset and handset
will automatically reconnect when the Bluetooth headset
is turned back on (as long as both devices are within the
required range of 33 ft. or 10 m).
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Out of range
- When the Bluetooth headset and handset are separated
by a distance of 33 feet (10 metres) or more, the Headset
and handset will disconnect. When the handset and
Bluetooth headset are once again within the required
range, the Bluetooth headset will automatically reconnect
to the handset.
- If the Headset and handset do not automatically
reconnect when they are within the required range, touch
and hold the CALL button for 1 second on the Bluetooth
headset to reconnect manually.
Auto Volume
- The Bluetooth headset has an automatic volume control
feature. The volume level of the headset will automatically
adjust, depending on your environment (Louder
environment = volume increase. Quieter environment =
volume decrease).
Volume control (Circulation)
- If you feel that you need to adjust the volume manually,
briefly press the Volume Control (circulation) button. There
are 7 levels of speaker volume. The volume will increase
one level each time the volume button is pressed. When
the headset reaches the maximum volume level, the next
button press will return the headset to the lowest volume
level.
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Calling
Answering a call
- When there is an incoming call, the Headset will ring.
- Touch and hold the CALL button for 1 second to answer
an incoming call.
Making a call
- If you make a call from the handset, the call will
(depending on the phone settings) automatically transfer
to the Headset. If the call is not automatically transferred,
you can manually transfer the call by briefly touching
the CALL button on the Bluetooth headset (Headset and
handset must be paired).
WARNING: Do not cover the Bluetooth headset with your
hand during a call using the Bluetooth connection. This may
degrade the sound quality.
TIP! Use Bluetooth headset in the same direction
with the phone, for example, if you have the phone on left
wrist, put the Bluetooth headset on left ear.
NOTE: If you use Bluetooth headset within a scope of wireless
LAN, it may degrade a sound quality of Bluetooth headset.
Voice dialling*
NOTE: If the handset does not support Voice Dialling, it is
possible that performing this action will activate Last Number
redial.
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Last number redial*
- Touch and hold the CALL button for 2 seconds to activate
Last Number Redial. The Headset will beep, and call the
last number will be dialled.
Ending a call
- Touch and hold the CALL button for 1 second.
Transferring a call*
- While on a handset call, touch and hold the CALL button
for 1 seconds to transfer the audio to the Headset
(Headset and handset must be paired).
- To transfer a call from the Headset to the handset, press
and hold the VOLUME button for 3 seconds.
Call waiting*
- Answer a second call without hanging up the first call by
touching the CALL button for 2 seconds. Touch the CALL
button for 2 seconds to return to the original call.
- Touch and hold the CALL button for 2 seconds to
terminate the active call or both calls at once (subject to
handset’s support).
Call Reject*
- Activate Call Reject by touching the CALL button for 3
seconds when the handset rings.
* You can only use these functions if your handset supports
them. For further information on using these features,
read your handset’s user manual.
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Summary of button functions
Function
HBM-900
Status
Action
Power on
Power off
Slide the power switch from the OFF
position to the ON position.
Power off
Power on
Slide the power switch from the ON
position to the OFF position.
Volume
adjustment
Talking
Briefly press the VOLUME button to
increase the volume.
The volume will circulate through all
levels, with each button press.
Transferring
a call
Talking
- Handset to headset: Touch and hold
the CALL button for 1 second on the
Headset (Headset and handset must
be paired).
- Headset to handset: Press and hold
the VOLUME button on the Headset for
3 seconds.
Answering a call
Ringing
Touch and hold the CALL button for
1 second.
Ending a call
Talking
Touch and hold the CALL button for
1 second.
Call waiting
Talking
Touch the CALL button for 2 seconds.
Last number
redial
Idle
- Touch the CALL button for 2 seconds.
- If the voice dialing function is set to
disable, touch and hold the CALL
button for 1 second to activate last
number redial.
Voice dialling
(Handset support
required)
Idle
- If the voice dialing function is set to
enable, touch the CALL button for 1
second to enter the voice command.
Call reject
Ringing
Touch the CALL button for 3 seconds.
Button Hold on
Idle
Press the power switch to the HOLD position.
Button Hold off
Button Hold on Press the power switch to the ON position.
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LED indication
Function
HBM-900
Status
Action
Operating
Power on
The blue LED light flashes 4 times.
Power off
The blue LED light flashes 4 times and
then turns off.
Pairing
mode
The blue LED light stays on.
Headset/
handsfree
Profile
connected
The blue LED light flashes once every
5 seconds.
Call
connected
The blue LED light flashes once every
5 seconds.
Charging
complete
LED is turned off.
Charging
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Troubleshooting
Possible Corrective
measures
Message
Possible causes
Does not turn on
Check whether the
Charge the battery.
battery of the Bluetooth
headset is fully charged.
Unable to
communicate with
the LG HBM-900
Bluetooth Headset
Check whether the
handset supports
the headset or
handsfree Bluetooth
configurations.
Determine whether your
handset supports the
Headset or Handsfree
Bluetooth configurations.
Check whether the
Charge the battery.
battery of the Bluetooth
headset is low.
Unable to pair the
Bluetooth headset
with another
Bluetooth device
Make sure the
Headset is on.
Move the power switch to
ON position.
Make sure the
Headset is in pairing
mode.
Press and hold the Volume
Control button, and then
move the power switch to
the ON position.
Low sound
(speaker)
Check the speaker
volume.
lncrease the volume level.
Specifications
ITEM
Description
Bluetooth® specification
V2.1 (Handsfree Headset profiles)
Battery
Battery 3.7 V 105 mAh Li-Polymer
Standby time
Up to 150 hours
Talk Time
Up to 4 hours
Charging time
< 2 hours
Operating temperature
-10°C – 60°C
Dimension / weight
12.8 mm (W) x 96.7 mm (L) x 17.2 mm (H) / 13g
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Precautions
Do not drop the unit.
Do not modify, repair or disassemble
the unit.
Do not expose directly to water,
alcohol, benzene or other solvents.
for cleaning.
Do not expose directly to flammables.
Do not place or store the unit near
flammables.
Keep unit away from humidity and dust.
Do not place heavy objects on the unit.
Only use the Headset with an original LG charger
(Travel Adaptor or Vehicle Power Charger).
Otherwise, the Headset might be damaged.
• Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate
the equipment.
• The ear loop is made of a durable plastic. However, bending the ear
loop repeatedly is not recommended.
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FCC NOTICE TO USERS :
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference.
(2) This device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
IMPORTANT NOTE:
To comply with the FCC RF exposure compliance
requirements, no change to the antenna or the device
is permitted. Any change to the antenna or the device
could result in the device exceeding the RF exposure
requirements, and void the user's authority to operate the
device.
LG Electronics Inc. hereby declares that this HBM-900
device is in compliance with the essential requirements and
other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
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Accessories
There is a variety of accessories, some sold separately, for
your mobile phone. Choose the accessories that meet your
personal needs. Consult your local dealer for availability.
(Items described below may be optional).
Charger
Charging cradle
Data cable and CD
Dual charging cable
Bluetooth
headset
(LG HBM-900)
Watch cushion
SIM cap tool (2)
Ear gels (4) and
Ear loops (2)
NOTE:
• Always use genuine LG accessories.
• Failure to use genuine LG accessories may invalidate
your warranty.
• Accessories may vary in different regions.
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Network service / Technical data
Network service
The wireless phone described in this guide is approved for
use on E-GSM 900, DCS 1800, PCS 1900 and WCDMA
2100 networks.
A number of features included in this guide are called
Network Services. These are special services that you
arrange through your wireless service provider. Before
you can take advantage of Network Services, you must
subscribe to them through your service provider and obtain
instructions for their use from your service provider.
Technical data
General
Product name: GD910
System: E-GSM 900 / DCS 1800 /
PCS 1900 / WCDMA 2100
Operating Temperature
Max: +37°C (discharging)
+36°C (charging)
Min: -10°C
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MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY
Australia & New Zealand
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 only valid to the original purchasing
Customer for the duration of the warranty period as
long as it is purchased and used in AUSTRALIA or NEW
ZEALAND.
(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.
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MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY
Australia & New Zealand
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).
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MANUFACTURER’S WARRANTY
Australia & New Zealand
MANUFACTURER’S
(12) Defects or damage resulting fromWARRANTY
breakage of or
Australia & New Zealand
tampering with the LCD screen.
(13) Where applicable, Products that have been subject to
an unauthorised removal or deactivation of the network
AUSTRALIA: operator lock function.
NEW ZEALAND:
3. STATEMENT:
LG Electronics
Australia Pty Ltd 2
LG Electronics Australia Pty Ltd
Wonderland
Drive
A, 38beHighbrook
Except
for those terms that cannotUnit
by law
excluded,Drive
all
termsNSW
other
than those expressly contained
this warranty
Eastern Creek
2766
East Tamakiin2013
statement are excluded. To the extent
permitted
by law, LG
PO Box 212
PO Box
58195 Greenmount
all2175
liability (whether in contract,
tort2141
or otherwise)
HORSLEYexcludes
PARK NSW
Auckland
for any consequential, special, incidental
or indirect loss
Tel: 1800-638-080
Tel: 0800-666-780
or damage including loss of profit,Fax:
loss09-914-2441
or impairment
Fax: 02-8805-4201
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 toll free telephone numbers;
AUSTRALIA:
LG Electronics Australia Pty Ltd
2 Wonderland Drive
Eastern Creek NSW 2766
PO Box 212
HORSLEY PARK NSW 2175
Tel: 1300 LG CARE
(1300 54 2273) Australia
Fax: 02-8805-4201
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NEW ZEALAND:
LG Electronics Australia Pty Ltd
Unit A, 38 Highbrook Drive
East Tamaki 2013
PO Box 58195 Greenmount
Auckland 2141
Tel: 0 800 LG CARE
(0800 54 2273)
New Zealand
Fax: 09-914-2441
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