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LG KG920 Owner's manual
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KG920
USER GUIDE
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Table of contents
Introduction
For Your
Tableofcnts
5
Safety
Guidelines for safe and
efficient use
KG920 features
6
7
12
Making a calls
Adjusting the Volume
Answering a
25
Caller groups
Speed
26
Own number
My
Call
phone
Display information
16
On-Screen Icons
Settings
27
Selecting Functions
and Options
31
Calendar
In-Call Menu
32
Add
18
Installing the SIM card and
the handset battery
Charging the battery
Disconnecting the charger
Conference Calls
memory card
Removing the
an
33
19
20
21
Menu Tree
Games & Apps
35
38
Profiles
22
23
external memory
card to your PC:
new
daily schedules
Delete
past
24
Go to date
Set alarm tone
45
Memo
Games & Apps
memory card
Memory card formatting
Memory card adapter
To connect
View
44
Delete all
Memory card
Inserting the
During
Organiser
Call
42
business card
Entering Text
a
41
dial
Parts of the
Installation
2
General functions
Contacts
40
Multimedia
46
Camera
47
Video
49
camera
Search
Frame shot
50
Add
Voice recorder
51
new
Record
51
Listen to voice mail
View list
52
Info message
Wallpaper
Read
Standby text
Backlight time
Brightness
MP3
MP3
player
Playlist
54
Topics
55
Templates
Settings
Text
Photo album
Multimedia
64
65
templates
Network
56
Settings
Profiles
Settings
57
Text message
Activate
Camera
Multimedia message
Video
Email
Voice mailbox number
Messages
58
66
Personalise
Rename
Info message
75
Tools
76
Favourites
Write text message
Alarm clock
Write multimedia message
59
My Stuff
Write email message
60
Images
Inbox
61
Sounds
Mailbox
63
Games & Apps
Drafts
74
Tableofcnts
68
Push messages
New message
name
templates
Video album
camera
73
Display
External memory
69
70
Bluetooth
Paired devices/Handsfree devices
77
Settings
78
Supported
services
Connectivity
Outbox
3
Table of contents
Calculator
Tableofcnts
79
All calls
85
Delete recent calls
Auto redial
World time
Call
Security
Browser
80
charges
PIN code
Call costs
Handset lock
Home
Settings
Bookmarks
GPRS information
81
Go to URL
Call duration
Settings
Data volumes
Auto
86
Cache
Call
request
key lock timeout
barring
Fixed dial number
Change
codes
82
Settings
87
92
Network selection
Band selection
Date & Time
Clear cache
Date
GPRS Attach
Clear cookie
Time
Switch
Security
Language
register
91
Network
Cookie
Call
89
90
Call duration
Profiles
4
Minute minder
Unit converter
84
When needed
Call
Memory status
Call divert
Reset
Missed calls
Answer mode
88
Received calls
Send my number
89
Dialled calls
Call
waiting
93
on
settings
Accessories
94
Technical Data
95
Introduction
Congratulations on your purchase of the advanced
compact KG920 mobile phone, designed to
operate with the latest digital mobile communication
technology.
and
Introducin
This user's
guide contains important information
operation of this phone. Please
read all the information carefully for optimal
performance and to prevent any damage to or
misuse of the phone. Any changes or
modifications not expressly approved in this
user's guide could void your warranty for this
equipment.
on
the
use
and
Use of phone
slide
cases
with
magnetic locks with
type phones has caused problems such as
loss of network
signal
and
phones powering off.
5
For Your
Please read these
Safety
these
ForYuSafety
Not
following
CAUTION!
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Switch off the phone in any area where required by
special regulations. For example, do not use your phone
in hospitals or it may affect sensitive medical equipment.
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Emergency calls may not be available under all mobile
networks. Therefore, you should never depend solely on
your mobile phone for emergency calls.
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Only use ORIGINAL accessories to avoid damage to your
phone.
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All radio transmitters carry risks ofinterference with
electronics in close proximity. Minor interference may
WARNING!
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Mobile Phones must be switched
off at all times in
aircrafts.
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Do not hold the
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Do not use your phone near petrol stations, fuel
chemical plants or blasting operations.
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For your safety,
and
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6
simple guidelines.
may be dangerous or illegal. Further
detailed information is given in this manual.
guidelines
phone in your hand while driving.
use
depots,
ONLY specified ORIGINAL batteries
affect TVs, radios, PCs,
chargers.
Do not handle the phone with wet hands while it is being
charged. It may cause an electric shock or seriously
damage your phone.
Keep the phone in a safe place out of small children's
reach. It includes small parts which, if detached, may
cause a
choking hazard.
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Batteries should be
relevant
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etc.
disposed of in accordance with
legislation.
Do not dismantle the
phone or battery.
Guidelines for safe and efficient
to radio
Exposure
frequency energy
Radio wave exposure and
Rate
(SAR)
?
by
Specific Absorption
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information
The KG920 has been
highest SAR value for this model phone tested
use at the ear is 0.636 W/kg
(10g).
DASY4 for
SAR data information for residents in
countries/regions that have adopted the SAR limit
recommended by the Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers (IEEE) is 1.6 W/kg averaged
over one
(1) gram of tissue (for example USA,
Canada, Australia and Taiwan).
with
designed comply
applicable safety requirements for exposure to radio
waves. This
requirement is based on scientific
guidelines that include safety margins designed to
assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and
to
The
use
health.
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The radio
wave
exposure guidelines employ a unit of
as the
Specific Absorption Rate,
measurement known
or
SAR. Tests for SAR
are
Product
conducted
standardised methods with the
using
phone transmitting
While there may be differences between the SAR
levels of various LG phone models, they are all
designed
to meet the relevant
exposure to radio
?
WARNING!
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guidelines for
?
by the
International
on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
2W/kg averaged over ten (10) gram of
Commission
(ICNIRP)
tissue.
is
Do not disassemble this unit. Take it to
service technician when
waves.
The SAR limit recommended
and maintenance
Only use batteries, chargers and accessories approved for
use with this
particular phone model. The use of any other
types may invalidate any approval or warranty applying to
the phone, and may be dangerous.
highest certified power level in all used
frequency bands.
at its
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care
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a qualified
repair work is required.
Keep away from electrical appliances such
radios or personal computers.
The unit should be
as
radiators
or
kept away from
heat
as a
Guidelnsforact
TV's,
sources
such
cookers.
7
Guidelines for safe and efficient
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Never
cause
Guidelnsforact
place your phone in a microwave oven
battery to explode.
it will
Do not
drop.
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Do not
subject this
unit to mechanical vibration
?
The
coating of the phone may be damaged
covered with wrap or vinyl wrapper.
Do not
use
or
phone.
?
?
if
There is
a
or
this unit to excessive smoke
subject
Do not
keep the phone
transport tickets;
it
can
next to credit cards
or
dust.
or
affect the information
on
the
magnetic strips.
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Do not
tap the
screen
with
a
sharp object as
it may
damage the phone.
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Do not expose the
phone to liquid
Use accessories, such
as
moisture.
earphones and headsets,
with caution. Ensure that cables
safely and
or
are
tucked away
do not touch the antenna
the data cable before
Efficient
powering
on
phone operation
enjoy optimum performance with
consumption please:
(such as alcohol,
detergents to clean your
risk of this causing a fire.
Do not
remove
To
harsh chemicals
benzene, thinners, etc.)
Please
the handset.
shock.
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the
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8
as
use
unnecessarily.
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Do not hold the antenna when the
minimum power
phone
is in
use.
If
you hold it, it can affect call quality, it may also cause
the phone to operate at a higher power level than
needed and shorten talk and
standby times.
Electronic devices
All mobile
?
phones may get interference, which
performance.
could affect
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Do not
use
your mobile phone near medical
without requesting permission. Avoid
equipment
placing the phone over pacemakers (i.e.
breast
in your
pocket.)
hearing aids might be disturbed by mobile
phones.
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Some
?
Minor interference may affect TVs,
Road
radios, PCs,
etc.
safety
regulations on the use of
phones in the areas when you drive.
hand-held
?
Do not
?
Give full attention to
?
Use
?
a
use a
phone while driving.
driving.
hands-free kit, if available.
Pull off the road and
a
equipment.
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If your vehicle is equipped with an air bag, do not
obstruct it with installed or portable wireless
equipment. It can cause
improper performance.
serious
injury due to
If you are listening to music whilst out and about,
please ensure that the volume is at a reasonable level
so that you are aware of your surroundings. This is
particularly imperative when attempting to cross the
street.
Avoid
Check the laws and
mobile
RF energy may affect some electronic systems in
your motor vehicle such as a car stereo or safety
damage to your hearing
Damage to your hearing can occur if you are exposed
long periods of time. We therefore
to loud sound for
recommend that you do not turn on or off the handset
close to your ear. We also recommend that music and
call volumes are set to a reasonable level.
Guidelnsforact
park before making or answering
so require.
call if driving conditions
9
Guidelines for safe and efficient
In aircraft
Blasting area
Do not
use
the
phone where blasting is in progress.
regulations or
Wireless devices
Observe restrictions, and follow any
rules.
Guidelnsforact
use
?
near
?
use
fuel
or
the
phone
at
a
refueIling point.
Do not
use
it
on
the
use
Keep the phone
in
a
without
safe
reach. It includes small
transport or store flammable gas, liquid, or
explosives in the compartment of your vehicle, which
Do not
phone and
ground
boarding any
crew
Children
Don't
chemicals.
contains your mobile
before
permission.
Potentially explosive
atmospheres
Do not
interference in aircraft.
phone
aircraft.
?
?
can cause
Turn off your mobile
cause a
place out of small children's
parts which if detached
may
choking hazard.
accessories.
Emergency calls
Emergency calls may not be available under all mobile
networks. Therefore, you should never depend solely
on your mobile phone for emergency calls. Check with
your local service provider.
10
Battery information and
?
care
You do not need to
battery
before
systems, there
completely discharge the
recharging. Unlike other battery
is
no
Memory card information and
care
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memory effect that could
compromise the battery's performance.
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Do not disassemble
?
Keep the metal
or
short-circuit the
contacts of the
?
battery pack.
Replace the battery when it no longer provides
acceptable performance. The battery pack may be
recharged hundreds of times until it needs replacing.
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?
Recharge the battery if it has not been
long time to maximize usability.
Do not leave the
battery in hot or cold places, this
battery performance.
complete
before
removing
The memory card is
designed to fit easily into the
phone one way only. Do not bend or force it into
If the memory card becomes corrupt, then please
format the card. Please note this may not resolve
the
used for a
Do not expose the battery charger to direct sunlight
or use it in high humidity, such as the bathroom.
to
the slot.
battery pack clean.
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operation
the card.
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memory card while the
handset is switched off. When writing to the card,
wait for the
only LG batteries and chargers. LG chargers are
designed to maximize the battery life.
Use
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Always insert/remove the
problem.
Please do not
use
excessive force when
writing on
the memory card label.
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Carry and
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Do not allow the memory card to
get wet.
Do not leave the memory card in
extremely
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store the memory card in its
case.
Guidelnsforact
hot
locations.
may deteriorate the
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Do not disassemble
or
modify the
memory card.
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KG920 features
Parts of the
KG920featurs
phone
Front view
Earpiece
Zoom out
LCD
?
Zoom in
Top: Icons showing signal strength,
battery level and various other
functions.
Scheduler
A shortcut
key
key
to the
Scheduler
menu.
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Bottom: Soft
Left soft
key/ Right soft key
keys perform the function
Indicated in the bottom of the display.
These
MP3 hot
key
Activate the MP3
menu
Album
key
directly.
Microphone
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key indications
Send
?
?
key
a
phone number and answer a call.
In standby mode: shows a history of calls made,
Dial
received, and missed.
End/Power key
?
Switch on/off
?
End
reject a
or
Confirm
Selects
Clear
(hold down)
call.
key
menu
options and
KG920featurs
confirms actions.
key
Deletes
a
character with each press. Hold the key down
input. Use this key to go back to a previous
to clear all
screen.
Alpha numeric keys
In standby mode: Input numbers to
?
Navigation keys
In standby mode:
?
dial. Hold down
-
-
International calls
Dial Voice mail centre.
to
?
In
editing
-
Briefly:
List of Favourites
Briefly:
List of Contacts
Briefly: List of Profiles
(Hold down: Activate/Deactivate Vibrate mode)
Speed dials
mode: Enter numbers &
Briefly:
characters
?
In
menu:
List of Messages
scroll up & down
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KG920 features
Left side view
KG920featurs
Right side view
Side Camera
Side
]
In
key
Handsfree slot
keys
standby mode: Keytone volume
Scroll up & down
?
In
?
During a call: Earpiece volume
menu:
Cable Connector/
Battery Charging Connector
Note
]
Note
]
To
protect the
sense
of hearing
maximum volume level is 3.
,
Please ensure phone is
powered on and in idle mode
before connecting the USB
cable.
Memory card
14
slot
Rear view
Battery
Holes for a
SIM card socket
carrying strap
Battery Terminals
KG920featurs
Battery latch
Press this button to
remove
Flash
the
battery cover.
Camera lens
Camera
Camera
cover
adjuster
cover
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KG920 features
The
Display Information
KG920featurs
Icon
screen
displays several
icons. These
are
described
below.
area
On-Screen Icons
Text and
graphic area
Icon/Indicator
Description
Tells you the
strength
of the network
signal.
Call is connected.
Soft
You
can use
GPRS service.
Shows that you
service.
are
using a roaming
Area
Description
First line
Displays various icons.
The alarm has been set and is
Middle lines
Display messages, instructions and
any information that you enter, such
You have received
a
text message.
You have received
a
voice message.
Vibrate
in
as
Last line
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key indications
number to be dialled.
Shows the functions
currently
assigned to the two soft keys.
General
only menu
menu
in
profile.
profile.
on.
Icon/Indicator
Note
The
quality of the conversation may change
depending on network coverage. When the signal
strength is below 2 bars, you may experience
muting, call drop and poor audio. Please refer to
this signal as an indicator for your calls. When
there
are no
bars, that
means
network coverage: in this
that there is
Description
You have activated the Bluetooth
menu.
Indicates the SD card is inserted.
Indicates that you
are
no
you won't be able
to access the network for any service (call,
messages and so on).
case,
Indicates the
battery level, divided in
bars. The Battery indicator may
fluctuate depending on the kind of
phone usage. Using multimedia
functions like MP3,
Icon/Indicator
Loud
menu
menu
Headset
You
can
in
camera,
video,
KG920featurs
etc
will increase
battery consumption, so
the battery charge expires sooner than
when using common features of the
phone. This difference in battery
consumption may cause a fluctuation
of 2 or 3 bars depending on the
application used.
Description
Silent
using a security
connection.
profile.
in
menu
divert
profile.
in
a
profile.
call.
Indicates that the
phone
is
accessing
WAP.
Indicates that you
are
using GPRS.
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Installation
3. Install the
battery.
Insert the bottom of the
battery first into the
bottom edge of the battery compartment. Push
down the top of the battery until it snaps into
place.
Charging the Battery
Before
connecting the travel adapter to the phone
battery.
you must first install the
1. Ensure the
battery is fully charged
phone for the first time.
2. With the
before
Instal ion
using the
facing you as shown in the diagram
plug on the battery adapter into the
socket on the side of the phone until it clicks into
place.
push
arrow
the
3. Connect the other end of the travel
mains socket. Use
adapter to the
only the charger included in the
box.
4. The
moving bars of battery icon
charging is complete.
will
stop after
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Installation
CAUTION!
Instal ion
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Do not force the connector as this may
phone and/or the travel adapter.
?
Ifyou
use
country,
the
battery pack
use an
ofyour
plug adaptor for the proper
charger out
attachment
damage the
own
Disconnecting the charger
Disconnect the travel
pressing its
adapter from
side buttons
as
the
phone by
diagram.
shown in the
configuration.
?
Do not
remove
your battery
or
the SIM card while
charging.
WARNING!
?
Unplug the power cord and charger during lightning
or
fire.
storms to avoid electric shock
?
?
Make sure that no sharp-edged items such as animal
teeth or nails, come into contact with the battery. There
is a risk of this causing a fire.
Do not
place or answer calls while charging the phone as
phone and/or cause electric shock
it may short-circuit the
or
fire.
Memory card
The KG920 is equipped with a slot on the side for a
memory card. You can use this card to save data files
such as photos and videos. You can play the audio files
in the memory card. Also, you
card as a mass storage.
can use
the memory
Note
]
Always insert/remove the
memory card with
the handset power off.
]
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If the memory card is removed, you can not
take pictures and videos or receive files by
bluetooth.
Inserting the
memory card
Insert the memory card into the slot until the memory
fully inserted into the slot, as shown in the
card is
figure
below:
Removing the
1. Push in memory card with the tip of your finger into
the slot which will activate the eject mechanism.
2.
Open
memory card
Carefully pull the
the memory card slot
memory card out of slot.
Instal ion
Remove the memory card
Note
]
The memory card must be removed or inserted
only when necessary as its removal/insertion
]
When
may lead to failure.
inserting an
remove
Insert the memory card
red.
external memory card,
again if its icon appears
and insert it
(If the icon
remains red after re-insertion,
the memory card may likely be
replace it with another one.)
damaged, so
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Installation
Memory card formatting
Note
Instal ion
]
Removal of an external memory card or turning
phone off while using the card
using the
memory card it is necessary
card, select
to format it. After you insert the memory
(Store, Copy, Remove, Initialise, Play, etc.) may
clear or initialise any stored file, which in turn
may lead to severe damage on the card or
Menu-Settings-Reset settings-Clear external memory
(Menu #.8), then press OK. This operation should be
done only when you insert memory card for the first
time. During formatting, various folders will be created
malfunction of the
]
Before you start
the mobile
phone.
It is recommended the card be initialised within
some
file
phone. The memory card includes
system space for any external memory
for different data
types.
the mobile
capacity may survive the
initialisation of the memory card.
]
It is
so some
always advised
data stored
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on
to make
a
backup of any
your memory card.
Note
]
Please note
erase
formatting the
all data
on
the card.
memory card will
If you do not wish for this to
folders
happen, to create the
the card you need to do the
on
6.
Alternately you
you insert the
following;
1. Insert the memory card into the slot.
Memory (6.4).
1)
Videos
2)
Photos
are
create the folders
yourself, if
memory card into your pc.
Note
]
Please note that any extra folders/sub folders
you create will not be visible on the phone via
External memory.
]
If the file
2. Access the external memory by pressing the
following keys. Menu, My stuff (6), External
3. 6 Folders
can
new
displayed.
Instal ion
name on the memory card is too long
(recommended length: less than 115
characters including extension), it may not be
visible on the phone.
3) Images
4)
Musics
5)
Sounds
Memory card adapter
6)
Others
When you insert the memory card into its adapter, it
can be used with other memory sticks which are
4. To create the above folders onto the memory card,
you must open each folder individually. A "List
empty" message will be displayed as you access
each folder, and at the same time this folder will be
created
on
the card.
compatible with
save
place your memory card into your pc,
those 6 folders which you have just created will be
displayed.
a
as
PC's to
exchange and
data cable.
1. Insert the memory card into
2. Insert the
5. If you
devices such
data to without
adapter.
adapter into the SD
slot of the PC.
now
3. Check the status of the external memory
on
the PC.
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Installation
Note
Instal ion
]
Before
Note
connecting this
memory card adapter to
your PC, check whether your PC has a built in
SD slot or not.
Do not insert the External
Memory Adapter
Memory Card R/W without the
memory card inserted into the adapter. Or the
]
into the
R/W may fail.
place any stickers on the memory card
adapter. Stickers may come off inside,
leading to damage.
Do not
]
To connect an external memory
card to your PC:
or
the
]
Please
]
Some external memory cards have not been
tested for compatibility with this product.
ensure
the
adapter is kept dust free.
Memory Card Read/Write
(Purchase separately)
]
A removable external memory card can be
reused to store photos, videos and/or MP3s.
is
(It
compatible with 64MB,128MB, 256MB, or
512MB and
supports FAT/FAT32. The
compatibility varies between manufacturers, so
please check the instructions before you use
External
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Memory Card
Adapter
your memory
External
Memory Card
card.)
General Functions
Making a
1. Make
sure
2. Enter a
edit
a
the
]
Making International Calls
Call
your
phone is powered
1. Press and hold the
on.
phone number including the area code. To
display screen, simply press
key to erase one digit at a time.
number on the
Press and hold the
key to erase the entire
number.
3. Press the
key to call.
4. When you want to
outgoing and
displayed.
key.
key, and the most recent incoming,
missed phone numbers will be
keys.
3. Press the
international
2. Enter the
access
code.
country code, area code, and the phone
number.
3. Press the
key.
When you have finished
Making a
You
can
by using the navigation
store
frequently in
You
can
dial
call, press the
a
GenralFuctios
key.
Call From the Contact list
names
and
phone numbers dialled
as well as the
phone
the SIM card
memory known
2. Select the desired number
key for the international
replaced with the
The '+' character can be
Ending a Call
finish, press the
Making a call from the call history list.
1. Press the
prefix.
a
as
the Contact list.
number
by simply looking up a
name
in
the contact list.
key.
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General Functions
Adjusting the Volume
GenralFuctios
Note
During a call, if you want to adjust the earpiece
volume, use the side keys of the phone.
In idle
mode, you
the side
can
adjust the key tone volume using
keys.
When you receive a call, the phone rings and the
flashing phone icon appears on the screen. If the caller
can be identified, the caller's
phone number (or
in your Address
1. The left soft
Book)
is
key to answer an incoming call. If the
Any Key menu option (Menu #.3.2), has been set,
any key press will answer a call except for the
key or the right soft key.
2.
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Pressing the
key.
You
can answer a
Book
or
other
call while
menu
using the Address
features. In the
case
the
phone is connected to a PC via USB cable, any
incoming calls will be rejected, but after
disconnecting the phone from the PC you will
see
Answering a Call
name/photo, if stored
displayed.
]
the Missed call window.
Vibrate Mode
(Quick)
Vibrate Mode
be activated
can
by pressing and
holding the left navigation key.
Signal Strength
If you are inside a building, being near a window may
give you better reception. You can see the strength of
your signal by the signal indicator (
) on your
phone's display screen.
ABC Mode
Entering Text
alphanumeric characters by using the
phone's keypad. For example, storing names in the
Address Book, writing a message, creating scheduling
events in the calendar all require entering text. The
following text input methods are available in the
phone.
You
can
enter
Note
]
Some fields may allow only one text input mode
(e.g. telephone number in address book fields).
This mode allows you to enter letters by pressing the
key labeled with the required letter once, twice, three
or
four times until the letter is
123 Mode
(Numbers Mode)
Type numbers using one keystroke per number.
change to 123 mode in a text entry field, press
key until 123 mode is displayed.
To
GenralFuctios
Symbolic Mode
This mode allows you to enter
special
characters.
Changing the Text Input Mode
T9 Mode
This mode allows you to enter words with
only one
keypad has more
automatically compares
your keystrokes with an internal linguistic dictionary
to determine the correct word, thus requiring far fewer
keystrokes than the traditional ABC mode.
keystroke per letter. Each key
than one letter. The T9 mode
displayed.
on
the
1. When you
are
in
a
field that allows characters to be
entered, you will notice the text input mode
indicator in the upper
2. If you want to
right corner of the display.
change modes, press
are changed.
.
The available modes
27
General Functions
Using the T9
Mode
The T9
GenralFuctios
]
input mode allows you to enter
minimum number of key presses. As
predictive
easily with a
you press each key, the phone begins to display the
characters that it thinks you are typing based on a
built-in dictionary. As new letters are added, the word
changes to reflect the most likely candidate from the
dictionary.
text
words
1. When you
start
Press
are
entering a word
one key per letter.
Note
]
You
select
different T9
from the
language
option by holding down the
key.
The default setting on the phone is T9 enabled.
can
Good.
]
a
If the desired word is
choices list, add it
missing from the word
by using the ABC mode.
2. Enter the whole word before
editing or deleting any
keystrokes.
in the T9
predictive text input mode,
to
by pressing keys
If the word is still incorrect after typing
completely, press the down navigation key once
or more to
cycle through the other word options.
to type
Example: Press
3.
Complete each
word with
key
or
key.
To delete
letters, press
down
to
erase
a
space
.
by pressing the
Press and hold
the letters
continuously.
menu
]
The word
changes
what's
the
on
completely.
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as
screen
letters
are
typed-ignore
typed
until the word is
Note
]
To exit the text
input,
press
screen.
input mode without saving your
The phone returns to the idle
.
Using the ABC
Use the
to
1. Press the
Mode
Characters in the order
keys to enter your text.
key labeled
with the
required
letter:
Key
Upper Case
.
,/?-:' "1
.
,/?-:' "1
Once for the first letter.
ABC2
abc2
]
Twice for the second letter.
DEF3
def3
]
And
GHI4
ghi4
JKL5
jkl5
MNO6
mno6
]
so on.
space, press the
delete letters, press the
2. To insert
key once. To
key. Press and
a
holddown the
key to erase the letters
continuously.
Note
]
on
the characters available
PQRS7
pqrs7
TUV8
tuv8
WXZY9
Refer to the table below for
more
information
using the keys.
display
Lower Case
Space
0
GenralFuctios
wxyz9
Space
0
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General Functions
Using the
GenralFuctios
123
(Numbers)
Mode
The 123 Mode enables you to enter numbers in
message (a telephone number, for example).
a
text
Press the
before
text
keys corresponding to the required digits
manually switching back to the appropriate
entry mode.
Using the Symbol
Mode
The
Symbol Mode enables you to enter various
symbols or special characters.
symbol, press the
key. Use the
navigation keys to select the desired symbol and
the [OK] key.
To enter a
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press
Selecting
Functions and
Options
phone offers a set of functions that allow you to
phone. These functions are arranged in
menus and sub-menus, accessed via the two soft
keys
Your
customise the
marked
and
.
Each
menu
and sub-menu allows
you to view and alter the settings of a particular
function. The roles of the soft keys vary according to
the current context; the label
the
on
the bottom line of
display just above each key indicates its current
role.
key to access the
Press the left soft
Press the right soft
key to access the
available Menu.
available Contacts.
SelctingFuosadOp
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In-Call Menu
phone provides a number of control functions
can use during a call. To access these
functions during a call, press the left soft key
[Options].
Your
that you
In-CalMeu
You
can
make
a
second call while
currently on a
Enter the second number and press the
.
call.
When
the second call is connected, the first call is
automatically placed on hold. You can
calls, by pressing the
key.
During a Call
The
menu
displayed on the
handset
call is different than the default main
when in idle
screen,
and the
screen
menu
during a
displayed
options are described
below.
Speaker phone
During a call you can activate the speaker phone by
selecting Options/Speaker phone on, or by pressing
the OK button. To mute the speaker phone select
Options/Speaker phone off, or press the OK button
one more
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Making a Second Call
(Network Dependent)
time.
You
can
also
get a number you wish
Address Book to make
soft
key then
a
Swapping Between Two
key, and
to dial from the
second call. Press the
Right
select Contacts.
To switch between two
soft
swap between
Calls
calls, press
then select
key or the
left
Swap.
Answering an Incoming Call
answer an incoming call when the handset is
ringing, simply press the
key. The handset is also
able to warn you of an incoming call while you are
already on a call. A tone sounds in the earpiece, and
the display will show that a second call is waiting.
To
This feature, known
as
Call
Waiting, is only available
if
your network supports it. For details of how to
activate and deactivate it see Call Waiting (Menu
DTMF tones while
To switch
#.3.4)
calling
calling (e.g. to use the
phone with an automatic switchboard) press the key
[Options] followed by Send DTMF DTMF on. Select
on
DTMF tones while
_
If Call
and
place the first call on
second, by pressing
Waiting is on, you
answer
the
can
hold
DTMF off to disable DTMF tones. DTMF tones
are
.
normally on.
In-CalMeu
Rejecting an Incoming Call
can reject an incoming call without answering by
simply pressing the
key.
You
During a call, you can reject an incoming call by
pressing the
key.
Conference Calls
The conference service
to have
a
provides you with the ability
simultaneous conversation with more than
caller, if your network service
this feature. A conference call can
one
Muting the
You
the
can
Microphone
microphone during a call by pressing
[Options] key then selecting [Mute]. The handset
be unmuted by pressing the [Unmute]. When the
can
mute the
handset is muted, the caller cannot hear you, but you
still hear them.
can
provider supports
only be set up when
you have one active call and one call on hold, both
calls having been answered. Once a conference call is
set up, calls may be
added, disconnected or separated
(that is, removed from the conference call but still
connected to you) by the person who set up the
conference call. These
the In-Call
call
menu.
options are all available from
The maximum callers in
a
conference
five. Once started, you are in control of the
conference call, and only you can add calls to the
are
conference call.
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In-Call Menu
Private Call in
a
To set up a conference call, place one call on hold and
while the active call is on, press the left soft key and
Conference Call
To have
call with
then select the Join
to
Setting Up a
In-CalMeu
menu
of Conference call.
private
To activate
a
conference call
on
on
Hold
hold, press the
calls. Other
hold will
stay connected. To return to
conference call mode, press the left soft key
users on
[Options]
followed
Adding Calls to
To add
left soft
a
call to
an
key, and
Conference call.
by Conference call.
the Conference Call
existing conference call,
then select the Join
menu
press the
of
Conference Call
one
caller from
a
conference
call, display the number of the caller you wish
on
the
screen,
the Private
Activate the Conference Call
key. Alternatively press the left soft key
[Options] and select Conference/Hold all
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a
menu
other callers
Ending a
on
to talk
then press the left soft key. Select
of Conference call to put all the
hold.
Conference Call
Currently displayed caller from a conference call can
be disconnected by pressing the
key.
Menu Tree
The following illustration shows the available
]
Number assigned to each
1. Games & Apps
1.1 Games &
Apps
1.2 Profiles
menu
menu
structure and indicates the:
option.
3.
Organiser
5.
Messages
3.1 Calendar
5.1 New message
3.2 Memo
5.2 Inbox
MenuTre
5.3 Mailbox
5.4 Drafts
5.5 Outbox
5.6 Listen to voice mail
2. Contacts
4. Multimedia
2.1 Search
4.1 Camera
2.2 Add
4.2 Video
new
camera
2.3 Caller groups
4.3 Frame shot
2.4
4.4 Voice recorder
Speed dial
2.5 Own number
4.5 MP3
2.6
My business card
4.6 Photo album
2.7
Settings
4.7 Video album
4.8
5.7 Info message
5.8
Templates
5.9
Settings
Settings
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Menu Tree
MenuTre
6.
My stuff
6.1
7.
Images
6.2 Sounds
7.2
6.3 Games & Apps
6.4 External memory
9. Tools
Display
7.1
Wallpaper
9.1 Favourites
Standby text
7.3 Backlight time
7.4 Brightness
9.2 Alarm clock
7.5 Network
9.5 Calculator
name
9.3 Bluetooth
9.4
Connectivity
9.6 Unit converter
9.7 World time
8. Profiles
8.x.1 Activate
8.x.2 Personalise
8.x.3 Rename
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*. Browser
0. Call
register
#.
Settings
*.1 Home
0.1 Missed calls
#.1 Date & Time
*.2 Bookmarks
0.2 Received calls
#.2
*.3 Go to URL
0.3 Dialled calls
#.3 Call
*.4
0.4 All calls
#.4
0.5 Delete recent calls
#.5 Network
0.6 Call
#.6 GPRS Attach
Settings
charges
0.7 GPRS information
#.7
MenuTre
Language
Security
Memory status
#.8 Reset
settings
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Games &
Games &
Apps
Apps
Games&Ap
Default Games: In this
Menu 1.1
manage the
Java applications installed on your phone. You can
play or delete downloaded applications, or set the
?
menu,
you
can
option. The downloaded applications are
organised in folders.
Press the left soft key
[Options] to open the
connect
selected folder
or
launch the selected midlet.
After
selecting a folder, press [Options] and then
menus available to several
options are displayed.
the stored games.
]
Open: You can
]
New Folder: Create
see
a new
folder.
Profiles
A
profiles
sub
Menu 1.2
is the network information used to connect
to the Internet.
If you want to
see
to Menu *.4.1.
38
the details of a
profile, please
refer
TM
is a technology developed by Sun
Microsystems. Similar to the way you would
download the Java Applet using the standard MS
Internet Explorer browsers, Java MIDlet can be
downloaded using a WAP enabled phone.
Depending on the service provider, all Java based
Java
,
programs such as Java games can be downloaded
and run on a phone. Once downloaded, the Java
program can be viewed in the Games & Apps
menu where you can select, execute, or delete.
The Java program files saved in the
.JAD or .JAR format.
phone are
in
CAUTION! Only J2ME(Java 2
Note
]
The JAR file is
a
compressed
format of the Java
program and the JAD file is a description file
that includes all detailed information. From the
network, prior to download, you
]
detailed file
descriptions from
While
based
can
view all
the JAD file.
standard
being
language
(J2ME), not all Java applications are compatible
with all handsets on sale insofar as specific
libraries may be used for a telephone model.
on a
Micro Edition) based
phone environment. The J2SE(Java 2
Standard Edition) based programs will only run in a PC
programs will
environment.
run
in
a
Games&Ap
The software may be blocked or switch itself on
when Java applications not specifically
developed
are
for the
phone this manual
refers to
downloaded, making it necessary to
"restart" the handset. We would like to
point
out that these
problems are caused by
incompatible applications and are not a
product fault.
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Contacts
Search
Contacs
1. Select Search
[Contacts]
2. Enter the
]
Copy to phone: You can copy an entry from
to phone or from phone to SIM.
]
Main number: If a contact has
Menu 2.1
by pressing the right soft key
[OK].
or
name
number stored, select the
that you want to search.
Instant
searching is available by inputting the
initial letter of the
name
edit, delete
the left soft
will be
]
key
displayed.
Edit: You
can
]
View caller groups: For further details
you want to search.
character and
]
name,
number, group,
picture by using the navigation key.
Write messages: After you have found the number
you want, you can send a text/multimedia message
Send via Bluetooth: You
the
phone
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can
send the data from
book to devices which
with Bluetooth
through
most
first.
entry as
see
a
(Menu
2.3).
Delete: You
can
delete
an
entry.
or
to the selected number.
]
the
one
use
displayed
Assign speed dial: You can assign
speed dial.
copy an entry, select
[Options]. The following menu
edit the
than
]
]
3. If you want to
more
that you
often. This main number will be
Note
]
one
SIM
are
Bluetooth.
compatible
Add
new
You
can
add
a
You
can
also
save
Menu 2.2
phonebook entry by using this function.
Phone memory capacity is 1000 entries. SIM card
memory capacity depends on the service provider.
upto
20 characters of name in The
Phone memory, and save characters in the SIM card.
The number of characters is a SIM dependent feature.
]
Member list: Shows the group members you have
selected.
]
Group ring tone: Allows you to specify ring tone
Note
]
Maximum stored
name
and number
length
depends on SIM-card type.
1. Select Add
[Select]
or
for the group members' call.
by pressing the
[OK].
new
left soft
key
2. Select the memory you want to save to: SIM or
Phone. If you set to Phone, you need to select
which number you want
a.
Press
[OK]
b. Press
to
as a
input a
main number.
]
Group icon: Allows you to select the icon
dependent on Group.
]
Add member: You
]
[Save], then you
You
can
input a
a
can
set
a
Group
can remove
member list. But the
number.
group for the
entry by pressing
]
.
,
d. You
set
can
Delete member: You
number will be remained in
]
c.
can add group members. Each
group should not exceed 20 members.
the
name.
character and
a
Contacs
Rename: You
can
the member from
name
and the
phonebook.
change a group
name.
Delete all: Allows you to delete all the members in
the group.
picture for the
entry by pressing the right soft key
[ New pic. ],
Caller groups
Speed
Menu 2.3
dial
contacts to any of the
to
keys
You can then call that contact by pressing the
corresponding number key.
Assign
can add up to 20 members per group, with up to
maximum of 7 groups in total.
You
a
.
1.
Menu 2.4
.
Open the phonebook first by pressing the right soft
key
[Contacts] in standby mode.
41
Contacts
2. Scroll to
Speed dial, then
[OK].
Contacs
3. If you want to add
you
can
press the left soft
speed dial,
search the
name
change
call
or
and delete the
send
a
entry.
Settings
select
in the
4. After assigning the number as
key
(empty). Then,
phonebook.
speed dial, you
You
can
can
also make
1. Press the
right soft
2. Scroll to
Settings, then
]
Menu 2.5
-
highlight
key
-
and check your own number in SIM card.
My
Menu 2.6
option allows you to create your own business
featuring Name and a mobile phone number. To
create a new business card, press the left soft key
[Edit] and enter the information into the fields.
View
Default memory, and then press
left soft
-
Name
the
-
SIM
or
or
Phone, the phone will
store
an
phone.
then press the
only: Set the phonebook list by displaying
only.
name
Name & number: Set the
With
name
phonebook list by
and number.
picture: Set the phonebook list with
picture of contact.
information and
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adding entry, the
highlight View options, and
key
[OK].
displaying the
-
[OK].
options
Scroll to
This
card
key
ask where to store.
If you select SIM
entry to
]
business card
press the left soft
If you select Always ask, when
phone will
(Sim dependent)
can save
standby
Default memory
the left soft
You
in
[OK].
Scroll to
Own number
[Contacts]
mode.
a
message to this number.
Menu 2.7
the
]
Copy/Move all
3. Enter the
copy/move entries from SIM card memory
to Phone memory and vice versa.
You
1.
Open
key
the Phonebook first
2. Scroll to
soft
?
[OK]
can
key
[Contacts]
in
pressing the
by
standby mode.
right
Copy/Move all, and then press the
[OK] to enter this menu.
SIM to Phone: You
can
soft
]
Service dial number
Use this function to
access a
particular list of
provided by your network operator (if
supported by the SIM card).
services
left
security code and press the left soft key
or the right soft key
[Back].
Contacs
copy/move the entries
from SIM Card to Phone memory.
?
Phone to SIM: You
can
copy/move the entries
from Phone memory to SIM Card.
]
Memory in
use:
many entries
]
are
This feature allows you to see how
in use, or free in your phonebook.
Clear contacts
You
can
delete all the entries in the SIM and Phone.
This function
1. Scroll to
requires the Security code.
highlight Clear contacts, and then
key
[OK].
press
the left soft
2.
Highlight the memory you wish to erase, and then
press the left soft key
[OK].
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Organiser
enter the
Calendar
Organiser
Menu 3.1
When you enter this menu a calendar will be displayed.
The month and year are shown at the top of the
change the date under the
Settings menu, the calender will update automatically.
The current date will be highlighted in blue and any
screen.
Whenever you the
schedule will be at the
top left hand
corner
of the
corresponding square. An audible alarm can
be set for
memo's and reminders.
To
change the day,
Key
Key
Yearly
View daily schedules (Menu 3.1.2)
View all schedules and
memo
to browse
,
set the alarm for
a
for the chosen
through
Add
as
note, the alarm icon is
mode, press left soft key
follows;
chosen
subject and
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new a
day. You can
schedule and
memo
can
delete the
already been
past schedule that you have
notified of.
Delete all (Menu 3.1.4)
key
for the
Input the
[OK]. You
store up to 20 notes.
then press left soft
note you
Delete past (Menu 3.1.3)
You
can
delete all the notes.
(Menu 3.1.1)
Allows you to add
displayed.
Description
Daily
Use
If you want to view the note in detail, press the left
soft key
[Select]. Press the left soft key
You
new
day.
the note lists. If you
In the scheduler
[Options]
following
selected.
Weekly
Monthly
in the
[Options] Edit, Delete, Set alarm tone the
month and year.
Description
appropriate information
section; Time, Repeat and Alarm.
Go to date (Menu 3.1.5)
You
can
go to the chosen date
directly.
Set alarm tone (Menu 3
You
can
.
1
.
6)
set the alarm tone for each chosen date.
Memo
Menu 3.2
1. Select the Memo
by pressing the
left soft
Organiser
key
[OK].
2. If the
entry
is
empty,
press the left soft
key
[New].
3.
Input the memo and
[OK].
then press the left soft
key
Note
]
If you want to change the text
in order.
press the
input mode,
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Multimedia
Using the camera module built in your phone, you can
pictures of people or record videos. Additionally,
you can send photos to other people and select
photos as wallpaper.
take
Multimeda
When
even
?
when
To take
or video
recording sound is omitted
setting mode, including manner mode
a
using the camera,
increases. If this icon
power consumption
appears on the
wallpaper, indicating low battery, recharge the
battery before use.
the
-
camera
camera
screen
lens
into
will be
cover
a
To take clear
while
-
Rotation
remove
and you may want to rotate the
horizontal position.
1 Select flash() 2 Timer()
3 / 4 Adjust zoom(+/-)
button. The
camera
ready to use after you
-
.
picture
Hold down the
Note
]
Shutter sound
button
pictures, press the camera
holding the camera without any movement.
Appropriately adjust distance to the object that you
want take a picture of (more than 50 cm).
Handle
carefully since the camera is vunerable to
use a soft cloth when cleaning the camera
shock and
supported (180 )
lens.
12
34
-
Flash
-
Camera lens
Auto Focus
sub
light
Camera in rotated
Camera
cover
adjuster
46
Do not disassemble
lead to fire
position
(when taking picture of oneself)
or
or modify the camera
malfunctioning.
Auto Focus function is enabled when
or
sticker shot. Press the
to
adjust focus.
camera
as
this may
taking a picture
button half way
Camera
Hold down the
then the
Menu 4.1
button
camera
camera
becomes
ready
on
the
to take
a
]
Press the
button.
camera
1 Mode switching function Camera(
wallpaper,
picture
)/Video
-
)/Frame shot(
camera(
immediately. If Auto Save is selected in the Camera
Settings, pictures are saved automatically after being
)
2 Photo album selection
3 Settings selection Settings 1/Settings 2
-
taken.
to clear
(press
Turning the camera off whilst in
or
use
when
may clear
initialise any stored file and the shooting
depending on the environment
and
using continuous shot and external
Sending Mail function is not supported.)
memory
5 Saves photo.
time varies
including resolution
Settings screen)
4 Move to Sending Mail function. (However,
Note
]
Multimeda
image quality.
6 You
can
edit the
name
of the
photo.
Note
]
1
2
3
4
If the Auto
save
options 4,5
function is set to
and 6
are
not
on,
the above
displayed.
5
6
)
Option 1(
]
Press the
and
right
key to access the settings menu
navigation keys to go through and
the settings.
use
amend
the
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Multimedia
?
Multimeda
Mode
[
]: Auto/Close Up/Portrait/Landscape/
Sports/Dusk/Program AE
Flash[
]: Off/On/Auto/Red
?
Filter[
]: Off/Black and
?
Sequence shot[
]: Sequence shot1/Sequence
shot3/Sequence shot6
?
eye
?
ISO
?
Auto Focus
?
Date
]: Auto,
[
Stamp [
Note
These
options are dependant on
the resolution
]
Resolution: This sets the size
?
]: Off/3 secs/5 secs/10 secs/15
Resolution[
1600
l
]:
1200, 1280
Quality[
]:
Option2(
)
?
l
]
l
Normal/Fine/Super fine
MMS
one
?
48
Press the
right
key twice.
[
]: Auto/
Incandescent/Fluorescent/Sunny/Cloudy/Shade
Light metering [
(320x240). The MMS format is the only
can be used to send photos as an
that
attachment in multimedia messages. In any
case, if the photo size is less than 100 KB, you
also send
photos taken with a resolution of
pixels.
If you wish to print a photo using digital print
services, selecting the highest resolution is
640x480
Whitebalance
]: All, Centre
of
in
the memory card. The resolutions available
2592x1944 pixels, 2048x1536,
can
?
photo, expressed
1600x1200, 1280x960, 640x480 and
secs
1944, 2048 l 1536,
960, 640 l 480, MMS
2592
(resolution)
pixels: The greater the
resolution, the greater the size of the photo
and, consequently, the size of the file created
are
Timer[
]: Off/On
Note
on
set.
?
ISO 100, ISO 200, ISO 400
]: Centre/Multi
white/Sepia/Negative
the
]
[
recommended.
Video Camera
Time duration which you can record
according to the specific conditions
a
video may vary
used, including
resolution, image quality, etc.
Max
is 1
length of a video clip that can
hour (60 minutes.)
to clear
(press
Press the
Settings screen)
recording. To stop
recording, press the camera key again. After the
recording has stopped,
4 You
Note
]
3 Settings selection Settings 1/Settings 2
-
Menu 4.2
camera
can
start
cancel the recorded video.
(or use
be recorded
key to
Multimeda
)
5 Save the recorded video.
6 You
can
edit the
name
of the video.
Note
]
4
1
2
3
It should be noted that when power goes off
memory could be
during operation, files in the
deleted
5
or
reset.
6
1 Mode switching function Video camera(
-
/Frame
shot(
)/Camera(
)
)
2 Video album
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Multimedia
Multimeda
1
2
3
50
7
4
5
?
Flash[
]: Off/On/Auto/Red eye
?
Filter[
]: Off/Black and white/Sepia/Negative
Quality[
?
Whitebalance
8
9
6
]: Normal/Fine/Super fine
?
[
]: Auto/Incandescent/
Fluorescent/Sunny/Cloudy/Shade
Voice recorder
4 Mode switching function Camera(
-
)/Frame shot(
camera(
)/Video
)
-
Press
You
7 Moves to Sending Mail function.
can
Option1(
]
Press the
edit
use
the
can
record
a
voice
memo
in the Voice recorder
recording has started, the message Recording
remaining time is displayed.
and the
name
of the
photo.
)
right
key to access the settings menu
navigation keys to go through and
amend the settings.
and
record up to 20
be up to 20
can
memo can
menu.
1. Once
8 Saves photo.
9 You
feature you
Record (Menu 4.4.1)
button
camera
Menu 4.4
to clear
Settings screen)
]
memo
voice messages and each
seconds long.
5 Select photo album
6 Settings selection Settings (press
With the voice
Multimeda
2. If you want to finish
key
3.
Key in
[OK].
recording,
press the left soft
[Save].
Voice
memo
title, press the left soft key
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Multimedia
View list (Menu 4.4.2)
Multimeda
The list of voice
MP3
memos are
playback and delete the
following [Options]
The
]
Play: Allows you to
displayed. You can
recorded voice
menus are
memo.
available.
listen to the recorded voice
Menu 4.5
The KG920 has
an integrated MP3 player. You can
enjoy listening to MP3 music files on your phone
memory using a compatible headset or via the internal
loudspeaker.
memo.
]
Send: Allows you to send via multimedia message
Note
and e-mail.
]
]
Delete: Allows you to delete the voice
]
Delete all: Allows you to delete all voice
Because of the small dimension of the
in
memo.
some cases
especially at maximum
memos.
are
speaker,
the audio could be distorted,
volume and when there
lots of bass sounds. Therefore,
we
recommend you to use the stereo headset in
order to appreciate the high quality of your music.
The music
MPEG-1
Layer III, MPEG-2 Layer III, MPEG-2.5
Layer III: Sampling frequency up from 8KHz to
48KHz. Bit rate up to 320Kbps, stereo.
?
AAC: ADIF, ADTS formats
8KHz to
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player supports:
?
48KHz)
(Sampling frequency from
?
AAC+: V1
V2
?
?
:
:
(Bit rate 16 128Kbps)
(Bit rate 16 48Kbps)
(Sampling frequency from
48KHz)
`
Note
`
8KHz to
MP4, M4A: Sampling frequency up from 8KHz to
48KHz, Bit rate up to 320Kbps, stereo.
WMA:
Sampling frequency up from
320Kbps, stereo.
8KHz to 48KHz,
Bit rate up to
]
You should copy MP3 files to my media\Music
folder. If you copy the file(s) to another folder,
you will not be able to view them.
]
The PC should
run
Windows 98 SE, Windows
Multimeda
ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP operating
system.
Note
]
KG920 does not
support the variable bit rate
types. Therefore, you can
of all mentioned file
You
not
change the file from
can
transfer MP3 files from
the memory in your
function.
MP3 format to AAC.
a compatible PC to
phone using the Mass Storage
When you connect the phone to a PC using the USB
cable (supplied in the same package), windows
explorer will display <<removable disk>>.
After you copy songs to the removable disk, you
should execute safe removal from your system.
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Multimedia
MP3
Multimeda
The
player (Menu 4.5.1)
following screen
is
Note
displayed.
]
Volume level
back to the
including mute
Player skin
invalid file is included in the
case an
6 volume levels
File
error
message will pop up and go
prior screen.
1. Press the MP3
menu
key, and
then select MP3
player.
with
the file
name
extension
Progressive
2. Press the left soft
Equalizer
Running time
setting value
]
Status of the
Playmode
]
]
Loop
Play all
Repeat
Repeat one
A> B
to
access
the
playlist: You can
play.
select another MP3 file you
Area
repeat: The special
Set
as
area
repeated when you
ringtone:
You
can
part of the
current
select ON of the
menu.
MP3 file
ring-
set
an
as a
tone.
]
all
View
music is
music controller
Repeat
[Options]
wish to
Shuffle
Stereo
key
following menus.
bar
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In the
playlist, an
Settings:
There
are
3
settings under this menu,
which
explained
in
more
are
detail
on
the next page.
Playlist (Menu 4.5.2)
This
Note
allows you to view the whole play list. You
through the tracks by pressing the
menu
can move
]
the
]
once
options menu.
Settings
(Menu 4.5.3)
the
Playmode
This
menu
copyright protected in international
copyright laws. It may be
necessary to obtain permission or a license to
reproduce or copy music. In some countries
national law prohibits private copying of
copyrighted material. Please check the national
legislation of the applicable country concerning
Music is
treaties and national
navigation key. addition,
you have selected the
track, you can delete the file or view its information via
In
allows you to set the
play
mode:
use
Multimeda
of such material.
Play all,
Repeat all, Repeat one.
]
]
Photo album
Set shuffle
If you select the On
You
will be
set the
played
in
a
option, then your saved tracks
random order.
Visual effect
This
menu
]
the
]
Menu 4.6
In
a
View/Multi view: You
thumbnails in
allows you to
ground of LCD on
playing.
change the visual backphone whilst an MP3 is
view and send
picture.
picture as a wallpaper.
can
can
addition, you
can
view the maximum of 9
a screen.
Slide show: You
can
view the
pictures in
a
slide
show.
]
Set as wallpaper:
wallpaper.
You
can
set
a
picture as a
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Multimedia
]
Multimeda
]
]
Send via multimedia message: You can write and
edit multimedia messages, checking message size.
Send via email: Send the selected file to another
Video album
You
memory.
300Kbytes.
]
Send via Bluetooth: You
can
send
a
picture
via
Bluetooth.
]
Rename:
]
Delete: You
]
Change
can
the
name
delete
a
picture.
]
Delete all: Delete all files in the list.
]
Information:
Displays
]
The Photo Album will
taken
]
by the
Play: You can play the video file when pressing the
OK key or selecting Play menu of the Options menu.
Send via Bluetooth: Send the selected file to
Change the name of the selected file. The
length of characters is 90. In the filename
itisimpossibletousesymbolssuchas/:*?' >|
and etc. And you can not change the extension of
Rename:
maximum
<
information about the saved
file.
Note
]
view videos which have been saved in the
another device via Bluetooth.
of the selected file.
picture.
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can
device via email if the file size is less than
Menu 4.7
only display pictures
handsets
camera.
Photo View is only available for JPG files no
larger than 5 M Pixel and 2.5 MB in its size (5
M Pixel 2592x1944).
]
Delete: Delete
]
Delete all: Delete all files in the list.
]
Information:
picture.
a
file.
Displays information about the
saved
Video
Note
]
For Video
Play, please ensure that the external
memory card has enough room to create cache
files. If not, Video Play may not be available.
(The size of cache files needed depends on the
size of the video files to
play).
Settings
]
Auto
camera
save:
(Menu 4.8.2)
Pictures
are
saved
automatically after
being taken.
]
Delete all videos: Allows you to delete all the
videos which have been saved in the memory.
Multimeda
Menu 4.8
Camera (Menu 4.8.1)
]
Auto
save:
If you set this feature to On, the
will be saved
menu
]
bar to
Delete all
images
automatically without displaying the
save.
photos:
You
can
delete all the
photos
which have been saved in the memory.
]
Shutter sound: You
sound
can
select the
camera
by selecting either Off or sound
1
`
shutter
4.
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Messages
]
New message
Mesages
This
menu
Menu 5.1
includes functions related to SMS
(Short
already set in
]
Message Service), MMS (Multimedia Message
]
service messages.
]
Write text message (Menu 5.1.1)
can
2. If you want to write
a new
menu
by pressing the
left
message, select Write
Symbol:
My
add
phone
numbers
or
e-mail
You
can
add
special
can
characters.
add your Business card
input easier, use T9.
to attach the
2. Press
following;
3. You
Insert
]
Images: You can insert Default graphics or graphics
in My folder that are available for short messages.
]
Sounds: You
are
completed the message, press the
[Options] to select the required
Send: Sends text messages.
3. To make text
insert sounds that
templates
option.
4. Press
can
Text
Options
1. Enter
[Insert]
can
business card: You
5. After you have
left soft key
]
text message.
recipients phone number(s).
can
key to add
add
phone
more
recipients.
numbers from the address
book.
4. Once the numbers have been
entered, press the left
soft
to send the message. All messages will
key
automatically be saved in the outbox, even after a
sending failure.
available for
short messages.
]
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Contacts: You
can use
phone.
to the message.
write and edit text messages up to 10 pages.
1. Enter the New messages
soft key
[OK].
the
addresses from the address book.
Service), Email, voice mail, as well as the network's
You
Text templates: You
Save to drafts: Stores messages in the Drafts
folder.
]
Font & Alignment: You
Style of font, and
]
Colour: You
can
the
can
select the Size and
alignment of text.
also set the Colour of the text
(foreground) and the background.
]
]
]
Write multimedia message (Menu 5.1.2)
A multimedia message can contain text, images,
and/or sound clips. This feature can be used only if it
Add T9
supported by your network operator or service
provider. Only devices that offer compatible
has been set to T9ABC/T9Abc/T9abc.
multimedia message or e-mail features
send multimedia messages.
is
dictionary: You can add your own words.
This menu will only be shown when the edit mode
languages: Select the desired language for T9
input mode. You can also deactivate the T9 input
mode by selecting 'T9 off '.
T9
Exit: If you press Exit whilst writing a message, you
will be taken back to the message menu. Also the
written message will not have been saved.
1. Enter the New message
soft key
[OK].
3. You
can
create
a new
multimedia message
4. Press Insert to add
This
phone supports
EMS release 5,
available to send colour
so
Mesages
by pressing the left
message
or
choose
one
of the
templates already made.
Images, Sounds, External
memory, Contacts, Symbol, New photo, New
sound, Text templates, My business card.
is
pictures, sounds, text
styles, etc.. If the other parties handsets do not
support such options, the pictures, sounds or
texts sent may not be displayed correctly on
their phones.
receive and
2. If you want to write a new message, select Write
multimedia message.
Note
]
menu
can
Maximum available file size, that
an
MMS-message,
can
be inserted into
is 100 kb.
Options
]
Send: You
can
send
a
multimedia message to
as save it, to send at
multiple recipients, as well
a
later time.
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Messages
]
Note
Mesages
]
]
This
All messages will be automatically saved in the
outbox folder, even after a sending failure.
Preview: You
can
preview a
following
]
]
the multimedia message to the
folders; To drafts or As template.
Save: You
can save
Edit subject: Allows you to
message you have chosen.
Add slide: You
can
add
a
Move to slide: You
Delete slide: You
]
Set slide format
slide before
can move
-
Set timer: You
picture and
]
can
can
or
after the
to the
previous or
set
a
timer for
Exit: If you press Exit whilst writing a message, you
will be taken back to the message menu. Also the
written message will not have been saved.
]
When
creating a multimedia message, if you
upload a picture (50K) you may find that whilst
the picture is loading you will not be able to
carry out any other actions until the picture has
competed loading.
Write email message (Menu 5.1.3)
slide, text,
To send/receive
an
email, you should
set up the email
account.
can remove a
option
can
media file has been added.
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]
delete current folders.
sound.
Remove media: You
in the slide. This
languages: Select the desired language for T9
input mode. You can also deactivate T9 input mode
by selecting 'T9 off '.
Note
next slide.
]
has been set to T9ABC/T9Abc/T9abc.
T9
modify the multimedia
current slide.
]
dictionary: You can add your own words.
will only be shown when the edit mode
menu
]
multimedia message
you have created.
]
Add T9
sound
picture
only when any
be shown
or
1. You
can
input up to
and Cc field.
12 email addresses in the To
2.
"
input @", press the
Tip:
To
Key
in the
subject
and select
"
@".
of the mail and press OK.
Note
]
3. After writing an email message, press the left soft
key
[Options]. You can access the following
option
menus.
messages, in Drafts and Outbox folders 5
messages, and in Sent slide up to 10 messages.
-
]
Send: Sends the email message.
]
Edit
recipients: You can
edit
]
Edit subject: You
]
Save to drafts: Select this to
can
In
recipients.
edit the
]
languages: Select the language for T9 input
can also deactivate the T9 input mode
by selecting 'T9 off '.
Exit: If you select Exit whilst writing a message, you
will be taken back to the message menu. Also the
written message will not have been saved.
4. You
can
automatically deleted.
]
mode. You
attach files
Drafts Outbox or Sent slide is full, and
try to save new message to one of this
folders, first saved message will be
the message in
T9
case
Mesages
you
subject.
save
Drafts.
]
For each e-mail account you may save up to 30
messages (totally 110 for three accounts). In
Inbox slide you may save not more than 30
Maximum size for one sent message is 300 kb
with attachments, and maximum size for one
received message is 100 kb. In case you have
received message with
more
than 5
attachments, only 5 of them will be received.
Some attachment may
display incorrectly.
by pressing the right soft key
[Insert].
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Messages
*
Inbox
Mesages
Menu 5.2
You will be alerted when you receive a new message.
They will be stored in the Inbox. In the Inbox, you can
identify each
message
by
icons. For detail,
see
the icon
directive.
Icon
Icon directive
Multimedia message
Short message
SIM message
can
To read
of the messages
message, select
pressing the left soft key
a
]
View: You
]
Delete: You
]
to free up space.
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to be downloaded before you
Read text message
If the phone shows 'No space for SIM message', you
only have to delete the SIM messages from the Inbox.
If the phone displays 'No space for message', you will
then need to delete messages, media or applications
that the message is
in the SIM card.
When you are notified that you have received a
multimedia message, you have to wait for the message
Read multimedia message
Push message
means
exceptionally stored
]
Notified multimedia message
SIM message
SIM message
Reply:
can
You
view it.
by
.
view the received messages.
can
can
Forward: You
another
one
delete the current message.
reply to the
can
sender.
forward the selected message to
party.
]
Return call: You
]
Information: You
can
call back the sender.
can
view information about
received messages; Sender's address, Subject (only
for Multimedia message), Message date & time,
Message type, Message
]
Delete all: You
can
size.
delete all messages.
Mailbox
Menu 5.3
When you access this menu, you can either connect to
your remote mailbox to retrieve your new email
messages, or you can view the previously retrieved
email messages without
You
can
logging in
to the email
Outbox
This
menu allows you to view the messages which you
have sent, those that are currently sending or
messages that have failed sending previously.
server.
Inbox, up
to 30 emails
are
stored.
MMS Unsent
MMS
Menu 5.4
menu,
up to five multimedia
most frequently. This menu
can
you
]
View: You
]
Forward: You
following options are available.
the multimedia messages.
]
View: You
]
Edit: Allows you to
]
Delete: Deletes the message you choose.
]
Information: To view the information of the
can see
modify
the chosen message.
message.
]
SMS
delivery confirmed
preset
messages that you use
shows the preset multimedia message list.
The
delivery confirmed
SMS unsent
Drafts
Using this
Mesages
Icon directive
Icon
check the saved emails, drafts, outbox, and
sent emails. In the
Menu 5.5
another
can
view the message.
can
forward the selected message to
party.
]
Delete: You
]
Information: You
can
delete the message.
can
check the information of each
message.
]
Delete all: You
can
delete all the messages in the
outbox.
Delete all: Deletes all of the messages in the folder.
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Messages
Listen to voice mail
Mesages
Once this
left soft
menu
key
Menu 5.6
has been selected, simply press the
[OK] to listen to voice mail. You can
also hold down the
key in standby
mode to listen
to voice mail.
displayed.
When you receive a voice mail, your phone will
display an icon and you will hear an alert. Please
1. When you have received an info service message
and select Read to view the message, it will be
displayed
the
screen.
2. The message will be shown until another message is
selected.
Topics
correctly.
(Dependent to network and subscription)
Info service messages are text messages delivered by
the network to your handset. They provide general
information such as weather reports, traffic news,
taxis, pharmacies, and stock prices. When you receive
info service message, you will see a popup message
or the info service message is directly
show you that
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on
check with your network provider for details of
their service in order to configure the handset
Info message
Menu 5.7
to
network
and
subscription)
(Dependent
an
again follow the
below;
Read (Menu 5.7.1)
Note
]
To view the message
sequence shown
(Menu 5.7.2)
]
Add
new: You can add Info service message
numbers in the Phone memory with its nickname.
]
View list: You
]
Active list: You
can see Info service message numbers
which you have added. If you press
[Options],
you can edit and delete info message categories
which you have added.
can select info service message
numbers in the active list. if you activate an info
service
number, you
the number.
can
receive messages sent from
Templates
Text
]
Edit: You
]
Delete all: Allows you to delete all multimedia
templates (Menu 5.8.1)
You have 6 text
can
edit multimedia
Menu 5.8
templates as below;
Please call
?
I'm late. I will be there at
Settings
?
Where are you now?
Text message (Menu 5.9.1)
back.
?Iamontheway.
?
Top urgent.
?
I love you.
]
Menu 5.9
Message types:
Text, Voice, Fax, Natl. paging, X.400, Email,
Please contact.
ERMES
Usually, the type of message
Multimedia
templates
After you have saved
a new
template, you
can use
your service
function.
the
]
View: You
can see
]
Delete: You
]
Add
new:
can
multimedia
templates.
delete multimedia
Allows you to add
new
Write messages: You
multimedia messages.
can
can
provider for the availability of this
Validity period: This network service allows you to
set how long your text messages will be stored at
the message centre.
templates.
multimedia
templates.
]
is set to Text. You
convert your text into alternative formats. Contact
(Menu 5.8.2)
following options.
]
Mesages
messages.
?
me
templates.
]
Delivery report: If you set to Yes, you can check
whether your message is sent successfully.
write and send
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Messages
]
Reply charging: When a message is sent, it allows
recipients to reply and charge the cost of the
reply to your telephone bill.
]
the
Mesages
]
multimedia messages
inbox and then you can check this notification. If
you select Home network only, you receive
multimedia messages depends on Homenetwork.
SMS centre: This is where the Networks SMS
Multimedia message (Menu 5.9.2)
Priority: You can
set the
If you select
automatically.
Off, you receive only notification message in the
Service Centre address is stored.
]
Auto retrieve: If you select On, you receive
]
priority of the message
Network settings: If you select multimedia message
server, you can set URL for multimedia message
server.
you choose.
]
]
Validity period: This network service allows you to
set how long your text messages will be stored at
Personal: Personal message.
the message centre.
]
]
Subject: You can enter multimedia
subject when this menu is on.
Delivery report:
can
Advertisements: Commercial message.
messages
If it is set to Yes in this
check whether your message is sent
successfully.
Permitted message types
menu,
Information:
you
Email (Menu 5.9.3)
This
menu
allows you to edit, delete
or
add
an
email
account.
]
Account
You
new.
can
set up to 3 email accounts
Using the
values.
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Necessary information.
Edit
menu,
you
can
by selecting Add
following
set the
Set
as
default
-
-
-
-
Title: Account
name.
-
User ID: Enter your email ID.
Password: Enter your email
-
password.
Email address: Enter the email address
you
given to
by your service provider.
Outgoing server:
-
Incoming server:
messages
-
-
to edit POP3
port
the
]
Access
You
Add the
new:
Mesages
new
email account.
edit the
are
stored in
APN:
access
default
points.
points for some opera tors,
access
phone memory.
Title: Access
Select Yes to leave the
point: Allow you to
point from the list.
point
can
There
Input
point name.
the APN of Access
point.
User ID: Enter the User ID of your access
server.
Insert signature: Select Yes to attach your
signature to your email messages.
Access
ID and
Delete: Deletes the selected account from the list.
Enter the POP3 address and
on server:
on
Outgoing server ID/PW: Enter the
password for sending your email.
Add
Maximum receive size: Allows you to select the
email size you received.
Leave msg
port number: Allow you
POP3
]
Port number of the that receives your email.
-
port
Enter the SMTP address and
Port number of computer that sends your email.
-
to edit SMTP
number.
-
-
port number: Allow you
SMTP
number.
Edit
select the
access
point.
Password: Enter the Password of your access
]
DNS address: Set DNS address.
]
Signature
You
can
make your
point.
signature.
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Messages
Voice mailbox number (Menu 5.9.4)
Mesages
You
provider
]
has arrived, the
a
symbol
will be
displayed on the
accordingly.
]
Home: You
can
listen to voice mails
by selecting
Home.
]
Roaming:
Even when you
to voice mails if a
are
abroad, you
can
listen
roaming service is supported.
]
phone will
receive
No: If you select this menu, your phone will not
receive Info service messages any more.
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have received
phone will
not
beep even though you
have
received info service messages.
]
Languages
can select the language you want by pressing
[On/Off]. Then, the info service message will be
shown in the language that you selected.
You
Push messages (Menu 5.9.6)
can
message
Receive
Yes: If you select this menu, your
Info service messages.
No: Your
You
Info message (Menu 5.9.5)
phone will beep when you
Info service message numbers.
screen.
Please check with your network service provider for
details of their service in order to configure the phone
Alert
Yes: Your
voicemail if your network service
supports this feature. When a new voicemail
receive
can
set the
or
not.
option
whether you will receive the
My stuff
Images
Menu 6.1
After
selecting an image, press the left key
[Options] and then you can select any of the following
options:
The selected
be set
]
Set as wallpaper:
wallpaper.
]
Write messages: The image can be sent via
Multimedia or Email service. Maximum message size
image can
Sounds
After
You
Write messages: The sound can be sent by SMS or
MMS, Email service. Maximum MMS message is 100
kb, and for e-mail is 300 kb.
]
Send via Bluetooth: The sound downloaded from
Image can
]
Maximum .GIF
supporting size
Copy to External
same
as a
My stuf
Note
Note
to the
can
be sent via
Bluetooth.
]
be set
]
ringtone:
ringtone.
as
network can be sent via Bluetooth.
Send via Bluetooth: The
]
The selected sound
Set
message.
]
press the left key [Options].
select any of the following options:
selecting a sound,
can
]
as
is 100 kb for MMS message and 300 kb for E-mail
Menu 6.2
is 100 Kb.
memory: Copy the selected file
folder in the External memory.
When you send .MMF or .MIDI sound file from
another phone via Bluetooth, it will be saved to
Sounds.
]
Copy to External
to the
same
memory: Copy the selected file
folder in the External memory.
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My stuff
My stuf
Games &
Apps
In this menu, you
installed on your
manage the Java applications
phone. You can play or delete
downloaded
This
menu
Menu 6.3
can
applications, or set the connect option.
will connect to the Menu 1.1.
External
New Fantastic LG There is Mass
You
This function does not
Menu 6.4
This
menu allows
you to view Videos, Photos, Images,
Music, Sounds and Others in your memory card. If
the external memory is not available, a pop up
memory"
is
displayed.
Removable disk won't be accessible, if Sim card
is absent.
require the installation
of
additional software.
1. Whilst the
displaying the standby
phone to the PC using the
supplied USB cable. The PC should recognise
phone
screen, connect
is
the
the handset within
2. The
Note
]
download MP3 files, and
photos, video,
gives you fast access from PC to
Phone, by just connecting the USB cable.
can
txt files etc. this
Memory
message "Please insert external
Storage function
in the KG920. if you connect the USB cable, you
can use the phone as a Removable Disk.
3. The
a
few seconds.
phone will display
«
USB
will be identified
phone
My Computer. The
disk » in
treat the KG920
you to
as a
on
»
as
«
the
screen.
Removable
PC should then
standard drive
place files to and from
allowing
the handset's
memory. You can either use Window's drag
and drop or copy and paste methods to
transfer content.
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4. Double click on
folder called
«
Removable disk » and open. A
be displayed. Within
My media will
that folder there
disconnect the
are a
Music
phone whilst a file transfer is in
damage the memory
progress, doing so may
and corrupt the file.
You
can
]
The
supported formats are:
MP3,AAC,AAC+,AAC++,
]
5. When you want to disconnect the phone from
your PC, use Windows to safely remove the
]
If you receive
a
mass
storage
]
mode, the call will be rejected. Once the
handset is disconnected, the KG920 will
display information
In the
5
My
MP3 file to
a
different
possible for the phone
play the file.
Do not create subfolders here because the
found and, therefore, will unable to be
by the music player.
about any calls missed.
]
media folder you will find the
an
not be
MP3 files contained in that folder will not be
media
My
If you download
to locate and
call whilst in
My stuf
played using the
player and Playlist features of the phone.
folder, it will be
from the handset.
MA,MP4(audio),Wav.
The files in this folder can be
MP3
handware and then disconnect the USB cable
]
store music files in this folder.
]
further 5 folders. Do not
following
folders; Music, Others, Photos, Text and
played
an MP3 file as a ringtone then please do
following on the handset: options>Go to
MP3 player>options>set as ringtone.
To set
the
Videos.
Do not
so
will
seen
change the
cause
names
of these folders,
doing
content stored in them to not be
by the handset.
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My stuff
Others
My stuf
]
Tex
of file
Any type
is mainly used
can
be stored here. This folder
for transporting files from
one
]
The handset
You
can
set
can
preview JPG (Max 460K),
GIF
an
]
please
use
the PC Suite.
This folder is reserved for
the
]
though photos
can
be
uploaded
folder from your PC, they will not be available
on the phone's photo album or My photos
folder. Therefore,
we
photos are uploaded
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recommend that
to this folder.
no
download videos taken with the
This folder
]
You
can
supports the
upload
PC and
upload
3GP file format.
files of any size until the
memory is full.
]
to this
can
]
pictures taken using
phone's digital camera.
Even
You
phone's digital camera onto the
new videos onto the phone.
image file as wallpaper as long as
Photos
]
place non
display
Videos
it does not exceed 30k in size, for other
formats
.txt files. If you
them.
(Max 100K).
]
supports
.txt files here then the handset will not
PC
to another.
]
t
This folder
Files stored in this folder can be accessed
doing the following on
the handset:
Menu>Multimedia>Video album.
by
Display
You
can
set functions
relating to the phone.
Backlight time
You
Wallpaper
You
can
select the
background pictures
in
standby
Default
,
display.
screen
brightness
Display
Menu 7.4
can
be
adjusted
from 40% to
animation of
,or.
Network
My folder
can
of the
100%.
can select a
picture or an
wallpaper by pressing
You
light-up duration
Brightness
The
You
]
set the
Menu 7.1
mode.
]
can
Menu 7.3
select
a
picture
or an
animation
as
If this function is activated, network
on LCD.
wallpaper.
Standby text
name
Menu 7.5
name
will be
displayed
Menu 7.2
If you select On, you can edit the text which is
in standby mode.
displayed
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Profiles
In
Profiles, you
can
adjust and
tones for different events,
Profiles
customise the
phone
environments, or caller
]
Ring tone: Select the desired ring tone from
]
Ring volume: Set the volume of the
]
Message alert type:
groups.
There
are five preset profiles: Vibrate only, Silent,
General, Loud and Headset. Each profile can be
Press the left soft
personalised.
key [Menu]
Profiles using up/down navigation keys.
and select
Activate (Menu 8.X.1)
1. A list of profiles is
2. In the Profiles
activate and press the
Message tone:
Keypad
profile you want to
left soft key
[OK] or OK
Then, select Activate.
]
Keypad volume:
]
Effect sound volume: Set the volume of effect
Power on/off volume: Set the volume of the
]
Auto
ringing tone when switching the phone on/off.
answer:
profile in the Profile list. After
or the OK key, select
key
Personalise. The profile setting option opens. Set the
option as required.
?
Off: The
?
After 5
answer
pressing the left soft
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Set the volume of keypad tone.
]
when your
Scroll to the desired
Call alert type: Set the alert
keypad tone.
sound.
to the
Personalise (Menu 8.X.2)
]
Select the alert tone for messages.
tone: Select the desired
]
key.
3.
ringing
type for
messages.
]
displayed.
list, scroll
Set the alert
the list.
tone.
type for incoming calls.
?
phone will
secs:
not
answer
only
handsfree kit.
automatically.
After 5 seconds, the
phone will
automatically.
After 10
answer
This function will be activated
phone is connected to the
secs:
After 10 seconds, the
automatically.
phone will
Rename (Menu 8.X.3)
You
can rename a
profile and give it any name you
choose to.
Profiles
Note
]
Vibrate
only,
Silent and Headset
profiles
cannot be renamed.
1. To
change the name of a profile, scroll to the profile
profile list and after pressing the left soft key
or the OK key, select Rename.
in the
2.
Key in
the desired
the left soft
key
name
and press the OK
key or
[OK].
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Tools
Favourites
To ls
Menu 9.1
This
option allows you to add your own favourites to
already provided. Once you create your own
menu, you can access the desired function quickly in
the idle screen by pressing the up navigation key.
the list
The
menu
provided
of SMS, MMS and MP3 is
already
in your own favourites.
Bluetooth enables compatible mobile devices,
peripherals and computers that are in close proximity
to communicate directly with each other without
wires. This handset
Menu 9.2
]
If you use LG PC Sync via Bluetooth, you can
only exchange the data within the phonebook.
]
When you receive data from another Bluetooth
device, the phone requests for a confirmation.
Youcansetupto5alarmclockstogooffata
specified time.
After confirming the transfer, the file will be
copied in your phone.
1. Select On and enter the alarm time you want.
Mon Sat,
repeat period: Once,
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]
Mon Fri,
name
and press
[OK].
Depending on the file type, it will
following folders:
the
Everyday.
3. Select the alarm tone you want and press
4. Edit the alarm
supports built-in Bluetooth
Note
Alarm clock
2. Select the
Menu 9.3
connectivity, which makes it possible to connect them
with compatible Bluetooth headsets, computer
applications and so on.
Note
]
Bluetooth
[OK].
be stored in
new: Allows
you to search for new Bluetooth
devices and add them to your phone's list of paired
] Add
-
MP3
(.mp3, mp4,
aac,
m4a, wma): Music
folder.
-
-
-
-
Video
(.3GP): Video folder.
Phonebook contacts
Photos(.jpg):
Other files
Supported
]
stacks)
devices. When you select Add new your handset will
start to search for Bluetooth devices within range. Once
(.VCF):
the device you wish to
right soft key [Stop].
Phonebook.
(.*.*):
storage
Bluetooth software
folder.
passcode can be any code you wish to use (the same
passcode must be used by both devices) or is one that is
pre-determined by the manufacturer of the device you
are
trying to pair with. Please check the User Manual of
the device you are initiating the pair with to see if it
already has a predetermined passcode in place.
(Bluetooth
for DUN: WIDCOMM Bluetooth for
Windows 1.4 and 3.0
Paired devices/Handsfree devices
(Menu
You
9.3.1/Menu
can
]
9.3.2)
already
] Set
set
If you have entered Paired devices or Handsfree devices,
you will see the following options in both those menus.
Connect/Disconnect: Allows you
paired
Assign name: Allows you to change the name of the
paired Bluetooth device and how it is displayed on the
handset.
view all devices which your KG920 is
paired to.
]
Bluetooth devices.
To ls
the list press the
Scroll to the desired device and press the left soft key
[Pair]. You will then be asked to enter a passcode. The
Photos folder.
File
pair appears
on
to connect to your
as
an
authorised/Set as unauthorised: Allows you to
authorised connection between each Bluetooth
device. For example if you
regularly use a
Bluetooth
headset with your phone then setting the connection
authorised will mean the headset will automatically
as
connect to the handset each time the headset is
powered on.
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Tools
] All services: Allows you to view all services which
To ls
supported by a
are
Bluetooth device.
] Delete: Allows you to delete
a
paired
] Delete all: Allows you to delete all
can see
paired
Connectivity
You
Due to
a
may not
can access
Settings
Connectivity menu.
support this function.
Contents banks
(Menu 9.3.3)
My
can
activate
or
cancel Bluetooth function.
handset's visibility
This indicates whether or not your handset will be
visible to other Bluetooth devices.
]
My handset's name
You
can
default
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set the
name
Menu 9.4
through
If you want to
use
PC
the
Sync,
the Internet Cube, you should
& Internet kit in the menu and then
or
Sync.
plug in the USB cable When you wish to use the Mass
Storage functionality, just activate the removable disk
option in the menu.
Set Bluetooth
You
network services
compatibility problem, some devices
activate PC
]
(PC Sync).
Bluetooth
Note
]
(Menu 9.3.4)
the Bluetooth service
Bluetooth device.
devices.
]
Supported services
You
name
of Bluetooth device. The
is LG KG920.
1. You
Calculator
can
Menu 9.5
This contains the standard functions such
as
+, ,x, :
select
one
of nine unit
types by pressing
[OK] key.
To ls
_
Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division.
Furthermore, you can use the various function of
calculator such as +/ sin, cos, tan, log, In, exp, sqrt.
2. Select the unit you want to convert
and
symbol
.
It's
by pressing
impossible to input "-"
inunit converter.
_
,
1.
Input the
2. Use
a
3. Then
numbers
4. Press
by using
.
,
by pressing numeric keys.
navigation key to
input
3. Select the standard value
select
a
sign
for calculation.
World time
the numbers.
key to view the
result.
input the decimal number, press
press
key, you can enter ( ).
5. To
6. To end Calculator, press the
You
key.
If you
can
Menu 9.7
check the current time of Greenwich Mean
(GMT) and major cities around the world, using
left/right navigation keys. The screen shows the
Time
the
city name, current date and time. To select the time
zone in which
you are located, proceed as follows:
right soft key
[Back].
1. Select the
city corresponding to your time zone by
pressing the left/right navigation
keys one or more times.
,
,
,
Unit converter
Menu 9.6
This converts any measurement into a unit you want.
There are 9 types that can be converted into units:
Currency, Surface, Length, Weight, Temperature,
Volume, Velocity, Shoes and Clothes.
The local date and time
are
displayed.
2. If you want to
mode to the
change the time display in standby
selected time, press the left soft key
[Set].
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Browser
You
Browser
can access
Protocol)
various WAP
services such
as
(Wireless Application
banking, news, weather
reports and flight information. These
for mobile
specially designed
maintained by WAP
Check the
service
services
and
phones
providers.
Key
Description
Scrolls each line of the content
are
they
are
Returns to the
Selects
availability of WAP services, pricing and
tariffs with your network operator and/or the service
provider whose service you wish to use. Service
Using the WAP
providers will
There
also
give you
instructions
on
how to
use
their services.
Once
depends on
options
browser
various
menu
page
and confirms actions
menu
options available when surfing
the Mobile Web.
connected, the homepage is displayed. The
content
are
previous
area
the service
browser at any time, press the
will return to the idle menu.
(
provider. To exit the
) key. The phone
Note
]
The WAP browser
on
menus
may vary,
depending
your browser version.
Navigating with the WAP browser
can surf the Internet
using either the phone keys
You
or
the WAP browser
menu.
Using the phone keys
When surfing the Internet, the phone keys function
differently to phone mode.
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Home
Connects to
Menu *.1
homepage.
The
will be the
homepage
profile. It will be
defined by the service provider if you have not defined
it in the activated profile.
a
site which is defined in the activated
Bookmarks
Menu *.2
This
menu allows you to store the URL of favourite
web pages for easy access at a later time.
To create
a
1. Press the left soft
new
key
[Options].
and press the OK
key.
3. After entering the desired URL and
title, press the
key.
After
selecting a desired bookmark, the following
options are available.
]
Connect: Connects to the selected bookmark.
]
Add
]
Edit: You
]
]
new:
Menu *.3
can connect directly to the site you want. After
entering a specific URL, press the OK key.
You
bookmark
2. Select Add
OK
Go to URL
Select this to create
a new
bookmark.
Settings
You
can
profile
is the network information used to connect
to the Internet.
There
in
are
Delete: Deletes the selected bookmark.
Each
Delete all: Deletes all the bookmarks.
profile, cache, cookie and security
Profiles (Menu *.4.1)
A
selected bookmark.
edit the URL and/or the title of the
Menu *.4
related to internet service.
phone
profiles.
can
set the
Browser
default
profiles for some operators, stored
impossible to rename default
memory. It's
profile has submenus as follows:
]
Activate: Activates the selected
]
Settings:
Use this to edit and
for the selected
profile.
change WAP settings
profile.
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Browser
-
Homepage:
This
setting allows you
to enter the
APN:
address
(URL) of a site you want to use as
homepage. You do not need to type http:// at the
Browser
-
Bearer: You
-
1 Data/2 GPRS
-
settings: Appears only
Settings as a Bearer/service.
Dial number: Enter the
your WAP
if you select Data
IP address:
you
telephone number to dial to
Call
password required by your dial-up
gateway) to identify you.
NOT the WAP
type: Select the type of data call : Analogue of
Digital (ISDN).
Linger time: You need to enter timeout period. After
entering that, the WAP navigation service will be
unavailable if any data is not input or transferred.
-
GPRS
settings:
The service
settings are only
available when GPRS is chosen
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Input the
IP address of the
Proxy server
DNS
Input the Proxy
Port.
settings
users
Password: The
(and
password required by your APN
access.
Port:
gateway.
identity for your dial-up server
(and NOT the WAP gateway).
server
server.
Proxy settings
-
User ID: The
identify for your APN
Proxy: Activates or cancels proxy.
Data
access
of the GPRS.
server.
it.
set the bearer data service.
can
users
Password: The
front of each URL as the WAP Browser will
automatically add
Input the APN
User ID: The
as a
bearer service.
Primary server: Input the
DNS
server
you
IP address of the
primary
access.
Secondary server: Input the IP address of the
secondary DNS server you access.
change the profile
]
Rename: You
]
Add
]
Delete: Deletes the selected
new:
You
can
can
add
a new
name.
profile.
profile from
the list.
Clear cookie (Menu *.4.5)
Cache (Menu *.4.2)
The information
services you have accessed
saved in the cache memory of the phone.
or
are
Security
Cookie (Menu *.4.3)
Check whether a cookie is used
Removes all context saved in cookie.
Browser
(Menu *.4.6)
A list of the available certification is shown.
or
not.
Clear cache (Menu *.4.4)
Removes all context saved in cache.
]
Authority: You can
see
the list of authority
certificates that have been stored in your
]
Personal: You
can see
phone.
the list of personal
certificates that have been stored in your
phone.
Note
]
A cache is
save
data
a
buffer memory, which is used to
temporarily.
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Call
You
register
can
check the record of missed, received, and
dialled calls
Calregist
Line
only if the network supports the Calling
Identification (CLI) within the service area.
The number and
together with
made. You
name
(if available)
are
displayed
the date and time at which the call
can
was
Received calls
This
option
You
can
]
lets you view the last 10
Menu 0.2
incoming calls.
also:
View the number if available and call it
or save
it in
the Address Book
also view call times.
]
Enter
new name
for the number and
save
both in the
Address Book
Missed calls
Menu 0.1
]
Send
lets you view the last 10 unanswered calls.
also:
]
Delete the call from the list
This
option
You
can
]
View the number if available and call it,
or save
Enter
a new name
Dialled calls
for the number and
the Address Book
]
Send
]
Delete the call from the list
a
message to this number
it in
the Address Book
]
a
message to this number
save
both in
This
option
lets you view the last 20
Menu 0.3
outgoing calls
(called or attempted).
You
]
can
also:
View the number if available and call it
or save
it in
the Address Book
]
Enter
new name
for the number and
Address Book
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]
Send
]
Delete the call from the list
a
message to this number
save
both in the
All calls
You
can
]
Dialled calls:
]
Reset all: Allows you to reset the timers of all calls
by pressing the left soft key
[Yes].
Menu 0.4
view all lists of outgoing or
incoming calls.
Length
of the
outgoing calls.
Call costs (Menu 0.6.2)
Delete recent calls
Menu 0.5
Allows you to check the cost of your Last call, All
Allows you to delete Missed calls and Received calls
calls, remaining and Reset all the
lists. You
cost, you need to know your PIN2 code.
one
can
delete Dialled calls and All calls lists at
cost. To reset the
Calregist
time.
Settings
(Menu 0.6.3)
(SIM Dependent)
Call
charges
Menu 0.6
]
Allows you to view the duration of your
The
You
can
incoming and
Last call:
]
All calls: Total
Length
also reset the call times.
Received calls:
type and the
of all calls made and
Length
of the
Set credit: This network allows you to limit the cost
by selected charging units. If you select
of your calls
Read, the number of remaining unit is shown. If you
select
incoming
calls since the timer was last reset.
]
]
of the last call.
length
set the currency
in this menu, you need the PIN2 code.
following timers are available:
]
can
price. Contact your service providers to obtain
charging unit prices. To select the currency or unit
unit
Call duration (Menu 0.6.1)
outgoing calls.
Set tariff: You
incoming calls.
]
Change, you can change your change
limit.
display: This network service allows you to
automatically the cost of your last calls. If set to
Auto
see
On, you
can see
the last cost when the call is
released.
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Call
register
GPRS information
Calregist
You
can
network
Menu 0.7
check the amount of data transferred
through the
addition, you
can
GPRS information
also view how much time you
the
In
are
online.
Call duration (Menu 0.7.1)
You
can
check the duration of Last
All calls. You
can
call,
Reset all and
also reset the call timers.
Data volumes (Menu 0.7.2)
You
can
check The Sent, Received
volumes and Reset all.
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over
option.
or
All data
Settings
Date &Time
You
can
set functions
Menu #.1
relating to the date and
time.
Language
You
Input mode.
Date (Menu #.1.1)
can
enter the current date.
Call
You
can
set the Date format such
as
DD/MM/YYYY, MM/DD/YYYY, YYYY/MM/DD.
(D: Day / M:
Month / Y:
Year)
Time (Menu #.1.2)
Set Time
You
]
Menu #.3
Date format
You
]
Set ings
Set Date
You
]
change the language for the display texts in
phone. This change will also affect the Language
can
your
]
Menu #.2
can
enter the current time.
[Select]
set the
in the
menu
relevant to
a
call
by pressing
Setting menu.
Call dive rt (Menu #.3.1)
The Call divert service allows you to divert incoming
voice calls, fax calls, and data calls to another number.
For details, contact your service
]
All voice calls
]
If busy
]
If no
Time format
Your can set the time format between 24-hour and
can
Diverts voice calls
12-hour.
provider.
unconditionally.
Diverts voice calls when the
phone is in
use.
reply
Diverts voice calls which you do not
answer.
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Settings
]
Set ings
If out of reach
To other number
Diverts voice calls when the
phone
is switched off or
Inputs the number for diverting.
out of coverage.
]
To favourite number
All data calls
Diverts to
a
You
number with
a
PC connection
unconditionally.
]
Deactivate the
Diverts to
a
number with
a
fax connection
unconditionally.
Cancel all
View the status of the
]
The submenus
Call divert
menus
corresponding
Forwards to message centre. This function is not
shown at All data calls and All fax calls menus.
menu,
you
pressing any key except
]
service.
To voice mail centre
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corresponding service.
Any key
If you select this
have the submenus shown below.
Activate
Activate the
corresponding service.
View status
Answer mode (Menu #.3.2)
Cancels all call divert service.
?
check recent 5 diverted numbers.
All fax calls
?
]
can
Cancel
?
Send
can
receive
a
call
by
a
call
by only
[End] key.
key only
If you select this
pressing
menu,
you
[Send] key.
can
receive
Send my number (Menu #.3.3)
(network and
]
Set
by
]
subscription dependent)
If you select Cancel, you cannot
call.
depending
on
recognize the
Set ings
waiting (receiving)
network
If you select this, you
Cancel
can
send your
two line service such
phone number
as
line 1
or
]
line
View status
Shows the status of Call
waiting.
2.
]
Minute minder (Menu #.3.5)
On
You
send your phone number to another party.
number will be shown on the receiver's
can
Your
phone
phone.
]
can
check the call duration
every minute
during a
phone
number will not be shown.
]
On
When this function is activated, the
Call
waiting
automatically try to
(Menu #.3.4)
connect
(network dependent)
]
by a
call.
Auto redial (Menu #.3.6)
Off
Your
If you select On, you
beep sound given
]
Activate
If you select Activate, you
(receiving) call.
can
accept a waiting
a
redial in the
phone will
case
of failure to
call.
Off
Your
phone will not make any attempts to
original call has not connected.
redial
when the
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Settings
Security
Set ings
PIN code
Menu #.4
request
If this function is activated,
you'll
be
requested
to
enter the PIN code.
1. Select PIN code
change the setting, you
on
the
key in the
PUK code.
enter your PUK code up to 10 times. If you
in the wrong PUK code more than 10 times,
you can not unlock your phone. You will need to
key
contact your service
use
the
if you
phone, the
set the phone
on.
If you set the phone lock to When SIM changed, your
phone will request security code only when you
change your SIM card.
provider.
key lock timeout (Menu #.4.3)
menu
allows to set the time of Auto
key lock.
Call
barring (Menu #.4.4)
The Call
barring service prevents your phone from
making or receiving certain category of calls. This
function requires the call barring password. You can
view the following submenus.
]
All
outgoing calls
The
]
barring service for all outgoing calls.
Outgoing international
The
barring service for all outgoing international
calls.
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unauthorised
on
need to enter
phone.
4. If you enter the wrong PIN code more than 3 times,
the phone will lock out. If the PIN is blocked, you will
can
lock to When switch
This
the PIN code when you switch
need to
security code to avoid
Whenever you switch
phone will request a security code
Auto
[Select].
2. Set Enable/Disable
5. You
phone.
request in the security settings
and then press
3. If you want to
can use a
of the
(Menu #.4.1)
In this menu, you can set the phone to ask for the PIN
code of your SIM card when the phone is switched on.
menu,
Handset lock (Menu #.4.2)
You
Outgoing international when roaming
]
The
barring
calls
except home network.
All
]
service for all international
outgoing
barring service for all incoming calls.
not.
(SIM dependent)
Cancel all
contacts after
can
cancel all
]
barring services.
change the password
for Call
]
]
Activate
request the network to
set call restriction
on.
Fixed dial number.
restrict your outgoing calls to selected
numbers.
Disable
You
The submenus:
Allows to
can
phone
Barring
enabling
Enable
You
Change password
can
Set ings
can restrict
your outgoing calls to selected phone
numbers. The numbers are protected by your PIN2
code. The numbers you wish to allow access to once
this service has been enabled, must be added to the
Service.
?
or
barring service for all incoming calls when
roaming.
You
?
barred
The
You
]
are
You
Incoming when roaming
]
View the status whether the calls
Fixed dial number (Menu #.4.5)
incoming
The
]
View status
?
can
cancel fixed
dialling function.
Number list
You
can
view the number list saved
as
Fixed dial
number.
Cancel
Set the selected call restriction off.
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Settings
Change codes
Set ings
PIN is
an
(Menu #.4.6)
abbreviation of Personal Identification
Number to
prevent use by unauthorised person. You
change the access codes: Security code, PIN
code, PIN2 code.
can
1. If you want to change the Security code/PIN1/
PIN2 code input your original code, and then press
[OK].
2.
Input new Security code/PIN1/PIN2
verify them.
code and
Once you have selected "Automatic", the phone will
be set to "Automatic" even though the power is off
and
on.
Manual
The
phone
to
either
select
your home network operator. The
let you select another network if the phone fails
access
the selected network.
Preferred
can
set
a
list of preferred networks and the
phone
attempts to register with first, before attempting to
Network
Menu #.5
network which will be
registered
automatically or manually. Usually, the network
can
find the list of available networks and
agreement with
You
You
phone will
show you them. Then you can select the network
which you want to use if this network has a roaming
a
selection is set to Automatic.
register to any other networks. This list is set from
phone's predefined list of known networks.
the
Band selection (Menu #.5.2)
EGSM/DCS
Network selection (Menu #.5.1)
You
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can
select
a
network
type.
Depending on
Network situation, you
can
select
Network situation, you
can
select PCS
EGSM/DCS.
Automatic
PCS
If you select Automatic mode, the phone will
automatically search for and select a network for you.
Depending on
only.
only
GPRS Attach
You
can
Menu #.6
set GPRS service
depending on various
Memory status
You
can
check free space and memory usage of each
Internal memory, Multimedia memory and
situations.
repository,
Switch
menu.
External memory. You
on
(Menu #.6.1)
menu, the phone is automatically
registered to a GPRS network when you switch the
phone on. Starting a WAP or PC dial-up application
created the connection between phone and network
and data transfer is possible. When you end the
application, GPRS connection is ended but the
registration to the GPRS network remains.
Menu #.7
can
go to each
repository
Set ings
If you select this
Reset
You
can
If you select this
menu,
the GPRS connection is
Menu #.8
factory defaults. You
will need the
Security code to activate this function.
]
Restore default
phone
When needed (MENU #.6.2)
settings
initialise all
]
settings: Allows you
settings.
to restore the
back to its default
Clear external memory: Allows you to format the
external memory and create a default directory.
established when you connect a WAP service and
closed when you end the WAP connection.
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Accessories
There are various accessories for your mobile
phone. You
can
select these
options according to your
personal communication requirements.
Acesori
Travel
Hands free
Adapter
This
charger allows you to
charge the battery while away
from home
or
your office.
ear-
microphone and
music player
controller combo
Stereo headset
Standard
Controller: Answer & End button, music player
control, volume control, Hold button and microphone.
Battery
After
connecting the
headset and the controller,
plug
the end of controller into the headset jack on the left
side of the
phone.
Data cable/CD
You
can
PC to
connect your
phone to
exchange the data
between them.
Note
Always
]
Failure to do
]
Accessories may vary in different regions;
please check with our regional service
use
company
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LG accessories.
]
genuine
or
so
may invalidate your
warranty.
agent for further inquires.
Technical Data
General
Product
System
:
name:
KG920
GSM 900 / DCS 1800 / PCS 1900
Ambient
Temperatures
TechnialDt
Max: +55 C
Min: -10 C
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