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Some of contents in this manual may
differ from your phone depending
on the software of the phone or your
service provider.
KF350 User Guide
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Contents
Guidelines for safe and efficient use...6
SET UP
01
Getting to know your phone...............11
Installing the SIM and battery............13
Memory card......................................15
Menu map..........................................16
Your standby screen...........................18
The status bar.................................18
THE BASICS
02
Calls....................................................19
Making a voice call..........................19
Making a voice call from Contacts....19
Making international calls.................19
Answering and rejecting a call..........19
Speed dialling..................................19
Making a second call.......................20
DTMF tones.....................................20
Viewing your call logs......................20
Using call divert...............................21
Using call barring.............................21
Using call waiting.............................22
Changing the common call settings.. 22
Contacts.............................................24
Searching for a contact....................24
Adding a new contact......................24
Contact options...............................25
Creating a group..............................25
Using service dial numbers..............26
Viewing your own number................26
Creating a business card..................26
Changing your contact settings........26
Messaging..........................................28
Messaging......................................28
Sending a message.........................28
Entering text....................................29
T9 predictive mode..........................29
ABC manual mode...........................30
123 mode.......................................30
Setting up your email.......................30
Retrieving your email.......................32
Sending an email using your new
account...........................................32
Message folders..............................33
Managing your messages................33
Using templates...............................34
Using emoticons..............................34
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Changing your text message settings35
Changing your multimedia message
settings...........................................35
Changing your email settings...........36
Changing your other settings............37
GET CREATIVE
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Camera...............................................38
Taking a quick photo........................38
After you’ve taken your photo...........38
Using the quick settings...................38
Using the advanced settings.............38
Adjusting the brightness...................39
Choosing a shot mode.....................39
Changing the image size..................40
Viewing your saved photos...............40
Setting a photo as a wallpaper or
contact image.................................40
Video camera.....................................41
Shooting a quick video.....................41
After you’ve shot your video.............41
Using the quick settings...................41
Using the advanced settings.............42
Watching your saved videos.............42
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Multimedia.........................................43
Music..............................................43
Playing a song.................................43
Using options while playing music....43
Creating a playlist............................44
Editing a playlist...............................44
Deleting a playlist............................45
Listening to the radio.......................45
Searching for stations......................45
Editing the channels........................46
Resetting channels..........................46
Using voice recorder........................47
Sending the voice recording.............47
My stuff..............................................48
Images............................................48
My images option menus.................48
Sending a photo..............................49
Using an image...............................49
Organising your images...................49
Deleting an image............................50
Moving or copying an image............50
Marking and unmarking images.......50
Checking your memory status..........51
Sounds...........................................51
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Contents
Using a sound.................................51
Videos.............................................51
Watching a video.............................51
Using options while watching a video 51
Sending a video clip.........................52
Using the video options menu..........52
Games and Applications...................53
Playing a game................................53
Using the games options menu........53
Flash contents.................................53
Others.............................................53
My memory card ............................54
Installing a Java game & application54
Games and Apps................................55
Games and Apps.............................55
Playing a game................................55
Viewing applications........................55
Changing the network profile............55
GET ORGANISED
04
Organiser............................................56
Adding an event to your calendar.....56
Changing your default calendar view...56
Adding an item to your to do list.......56
Sharing a to do item........................57
Adding a memo...............................57
Adding a secret memo.....................57
Using the date finder........................57
Settings...........................................58
Tools...................................................59
Adding your quick menu..................59
Setting your alarm...........................59
Using your calculator.......................59
Using the stopwatch........................60
Converting a unit.............................60
Adding a city to your world time.......60
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THE WEB
05
Browser..............................................61
Accessing the web..........................61
Google............................................61
Adding and accessing your bookmarks61
Saving a page.................................62
Accessing a saved page..................62
Viewing your browser history............62
Using RSS reader............................63
Changing the web browser settings...63
Connectivity........................................64
Sending and receiving your files using
Bluetooth.........................................64
Pairing with another Bluetooth device65
Using a Bluetooth headset................65
Using your phone as a mass storage
device.............................................65
Using your phone as a modem.........66
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SETTINGS
06
Settings..............................................67
Personalising your profiles................67
Using flight mode.............................67
Changing your phone settings..........67
Changing your screen settings.........68
Using Date & Time...........................68
Changing security settings...............69
Using memory manager...................69
Changing your other settings............70
Accessories
71
Network service
72
Technical data
72
Trouble shooting
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Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Please read these simple guidelines.
Not following these guidelines may be
dangerous or illegal.
Exposure to radio frequency
energy
Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Radio wave exposure and Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR) information
This mobile phone model KF350
has been designed to comply with
applicable safety requirements for
exposure to radio waves. These
requirements are based on scientific
guidelines that include safety margins
designed to assure the safety of
all persons, regardless of age and
health.
•
radio wave exposure
The
guidelines employ a unit of
measurement known as the
Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR.
Tests for SAR are conducted using
standardised methods with the
phone transmitting at its highest
certified power level in all used
frequency bands.
While
there may be differences
between the SAR levels of various
LG phone models, they are all
designed to meet the relevant
guidelines for exposure to radio
waves.
• The SAR limit recommended by
the International Commission on
Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
(ICNIRP) is 2 W/Kg averaged over
10g of tissue.
• The highest SAR value for this
model phone tested by DASY4 for
use at the ear is 0.183 W/Kg (10g)
and when worn on the body is
0.608 W/Kg (10g).
• SAR data information for
residents in countries/regions
that have adopted the SAR limit
recommended by the Institute
of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers (IEEE), which is 1.6 W/
Kg averaged over 1g of tissue.
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Product care and maintenance
WARNING
Only use batteries, chargers and
accessories approved for use with this
particular phone model. The use of any
other types may invalidate any approval
or warranty applying to the phone, and
may be dangerous
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Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Do not disassemble this unit. Take
it to a qualified service technician
when repair work is required.
• Keep away from electrical
appliances such as TVs, radios,
and personal computers.
• The unit should be kept away from
heat sources such as radiators or
cookers.
• Do not drop.
• Do not subject this unit to
mechanical vibration or shock.
•
Switch off the phone in any area
where you are required by special
regulations. For example, do not
use your phone in hospitals as
it may affect sensitive medical
equipment.
• Do not handle the phone with wet
hands while it is being charged. It
may cause an electric shock and
can seriously damage your phone.
• Do not to charge a handset near
flammable material as the handset
can become hot and create a fire
hazard.
• Use a dry cloth to clean the
exterior of the unit (do not use
solvents such as benzene, thinner
or alcohol).
• Do not charge the phone when it is
on soft furnishings.
• The phone should be charged in a
well ventilated area.
• Do not subject this unit to
excessive smoke or dust.
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Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Do not keep the phone next to
credit cards or transport tickets; it
can affect the information on the
magnetic strips.
• Do not tap the screen with a sharp
object as it may damage the
phone.
• Do not expose the phone to liquid
or moisture.
• Use the accessories like earphones
cautiously. Do not touch the
antenna unnecessarily.
•
Efficient phone operation
Electronics devices
Guidelines for safe and efficient use
All mobile phones may get
interference, which could affect
performance.
•
Do not use your mobile phone
near medical equipment
without requesting permission.
Avoid placing the phone over
pacemakers, for example, in your
breast pocket.
Some hearing aids might be
disturbed by mobile phones.
• Minor interference may affect TVs,
radios, PCs, etc.
•
Road safety
Check the laws and regulations on
the use of mobile phones in the area
when you drive.
Do not use a hand-held phone
while driving.
• Give full attention to driving.
• Use a hands-free kit, if available.
• Pull off the road and park before
making or answering a call if
driving conditions so require.
• RF energy may affect some
electronic systems in your vehicle
such as car stereos and safety
equipment.
• When your vehicle is equipped
with an air bag, do not obstruct
with installed or portable wireless
equipment. It can cause the air
bag to fail or cause serious injury
due to improper performance.
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If you are listening to music whilst
out and about, please ensure that
the volume is at a reasonable
level so that you are aware of your
surroundings. This is particularly
imperative when near roads.
Avoid damage to your hearing
Damage to your hearing can occur
if you are exposed to loud sound for
long periods of time. We therefore
recommend that you do not turn on
or off the handset close to your ear.
We also recommend that music and
call volumes are set to a reasonable
level.
Do not use the phone where blasting
is in progress. Observe restrictions,
and follow any regulations or rules.
Potentially explosive
atmospheres
Do not use the phone at a
refueling point.
• Do not use near fuel or chemicals.
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Do not transport or store
flammable gas, liquid, or explosives
in the same compartment of your
vehicle as your mobile phone and
accessories.
In aircraft
Wireless devices can cause
interference in aircraft.
T urn your mobile phone off before
boarding any aircraft.
• Do not use it on the ground
without permission from the crew.
•
Children
Keep the phone in a safe place out of
the reach of small children. It includes
small parts which may cause a
choking hazard if detached.
Emergency calls
Emergency calls may not be available
under all mobile networks. Therefore,
you should never depend solely on
the phone for emergency calls. Check
with your local service provider.
Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Blasting area
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Guidelines for safe and efficient use
Battery information and care
Y ou do not need to completely
discharge the battery before
recharging. Unlike other battery
systems, there is no memory
effect that could compromise the
battery’s performance.
• Use only LG batteries and
chargers. LG chargers are
designed to maximize the battery
life.
• Do not disassemble or short-circuit
the battery pack.
• Keep the metal contacts of the
battery pack clean.
• Replace the battery when it
no longer provides acceptable
performance. The battery pack
maybe recharged hundreds of
times until it needs replacing.
• Recharge the battery if it has
not been used for a long time to
maximize usability.
• Do not expose the battery charger
to direct sunlight or use it in high
humidity, such as in the bathroom.
•
Guidelines for safe and efficient use
o not leave the battery in hot or
D
cold places, this may deteriorate
the battery performance.
• There is risk of explosion if the
battery is replaced by an incorrect
type.
• Dispose of used batteries
according to the manufacturer’s
instructions. Please recycle when
possible. Do not dispose as
household waste.
• If you need to replace the battery,
take it to the nearest authorized LG
Electronics service point or dealer
for assistance.
• Always unplug the charger from
the wall socket after the phone is
fully charged to save unnecessary
power consumption of the charger.
• Actual battery life will depend on
network configuration, product
settings, usage patterns, battery
and environmental conditions.
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Getting to know your phone
ALC (Auto Luminance
Control) Sensor
Automatically adjusts
screen brightness
according to ambient
brightness.
Main LCD
• T op: Signal strength,
battery level and various
functions.
• Bottom: Soft key
indications.
Navigation touch pad
Left soft key/
Right soft key
Performs the function
indicated at the bottom of
the display.
Multitasking key
Opens the multitasking
menu.
In standby mode:
Quick menu
Contacts list
Messaging
Profiles
•
In menu: Navigates
between menus.
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06
Camera Hot key
Go to Camera preview.
Send key
Dials a phone number and
answers incoming calls.
SET UP
End/Power key
Ends or rejects a call.
Turns the phone on/off.
Press once to return to
the standby screen.
Clear key
Deletes a character with
each press.
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Getting to know your phone
Charger, USB Cable,
Handsfree connector
TIP: To connect the USB
cable, wait until the phone
has powered up and has
registered to the network.
Micro SD memory
card socket
Volume key
•W
hen the screen is idle:
volume of key tone.
•D
uring a call: volume of
the earpiece.
•W
hen playing a BGM
track: Controls the volume.
Battery cover
SIM card
socket
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Battery
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Installing the SIM and battery
1 Remove the battery cover
01
Press the battery cover release
latch. Slide the battery cover
towards the bottom of the phone
and away from it.
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03
04
WARNING: Do not remove the
battery when the phone is switched
on, as this may damage the phone.
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3 Install the SIM card
Slide the SIM card into the SIM
card holder. Make sure that the
gold contact area on the card is
facing downwards. To remove
the SIM card, pull it gently in the
reverse direction.
WARNING: Do not replace or
remove the SIM card while your
phone is being used or turned on,
or data may be lost or the SIM card
might be damaged.
2 Remove the battery
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SET UP
Lever the bottom edge of the
battery and remove it carefully
from the battery compartment.
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Installing the SIM and battery
5 Replace the battery cover
Slide the battery cover towards
the top of the phone until it clicks
into place.
6 Charging your phone
4 Install the battery
Insert the top of the battery first
into the top edge of the battery
compartment. Ensure that the
battery contacts align with the
terminals on the phone. Press
down the bottom of the battery
until it clips into place.
Pull open the cover of the charger
socket on the side of your KF350.
Insert the charger and plug into a
main electricity socket.
Your KF350 will need to be
charged until a message reading
“Battery full” appears on screen.
SET UP
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Memory card
Installing a memory card
Formatting the memory card
You can expand the memory available
on your phone using a memory card.
If your memory card is already
formatted, you can begin using
it straight away. If your card isn’t
formatted, you will need to do so.
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1 F rom the standby screen press
O then select Settings.
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TIP: A memory card is an optional
accessory.
1 R emove the battery cover if
necessary.
2 L ift the memory card cover and
insert a micro SD card with
the gold contact area facing
downwards. Close the memory
card cover so that it clicks shut.
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05
2 S elect Memory manager then
choose External memory.
06
3 S elect Format and then confirm
your choice.
4 E nter the password, if one is set,
and your card will be formatted
and ready to use.
NOTE: The default security code is set
to ‘0000’.
TIP! To change your default
storage destination, open Memory
manager from the Settings menu and
select Primary storage setting.
NOTE: If your memory card has
existing content it will automatically
be filed in the correct folder, for
example, videos will be stored in the
My videos folder.
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SET UP
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Menu map
SET UP
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Games & Apps
Calling
1. My games & apps
2. Settings
1. Call logs
2. Call durations
3. Data volume
4. Call costs
5. Call divert
6. Call barring
7. Fixed dial numbers
8. Call waiting
9. Common setting
Organiser
Multimedia
1. Calendar
2. To do
3. Memo
4. Secret memo
5. Date finder
6. Settings
1. Camera
2. Video camera
3. Music
4. FM radio
5. Voice recorder
Messaging
My stuff
1. Create new message
2. Inbox
3. Mailbox
4. Drafts
5. Outbox
6. Sent items
7. My folders
8. Templates
9. Emoticons
0. Message settings
1. My images
2. My sounds
3. My videos
4. Games & apps
5. Flash contents
6. Others
7. My memory card
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Google
Contacts
1. Add new
2. Search
3. Speed dials
4. Groups
5. Service dial numbers
6. Own number
7. My business card
8. Settings
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tools
Browser
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Connectivity
settings
1. Search
1. Quick menu
2. Alarms
3. Calculator
4. Stopwatch
5. Converter
6. World time
7. SIM service
1. Home
2. Enter address
3. Bookmarks
4. RSS reader
5. Saved pages
6. History
7. Settings
1. Bluetooth
2. USB connection mode
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1. Profiles
2. Phone
3. Screen
4. External lighting
5. External LED
6. Date & Time
7. Network
8. Internet profile
9. Access points
0. Packet data conn.
*. Security
#. Memory manager
13. Reset settings
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Your standby screen
The status bar
The status bar uses various icons to
indicate things like signal strength,
new messages and battery life, as
well as telling you whether your
Bluetooth is active.
Below is a table explaining the
meaning of icons you’re likely to see
in the status bar.
Icon
Description
Multitasking
Network signal strength
(number of bars will vary)
No network signal
Battery empty
New text message
New email
An alarm is set
Normal profile in use
Icon
Description
Silent profile in use
External memory
Calls are diverted
GPRS available
EDGE in use
Roaming
Bluetooth is active
Calls are rejected
BGM Music playing
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Calls
Making a voice call
1 E nter the number including the full
area code.
To delete a digit press c.
To delete all digits press and hold
c.
2 Press s to make the call.
3 P ress e or close the handset to
finish the call.
Making a voice call from
Contacts
2 E nter the country code, area code,
and the phone number.
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3 Press s.
02
Answering and rejecting a call
03
When your phone rings press the
s to answer the call.
04
05
Press Slient to mute the ringing.
This is great if you’ve forgotten to
change your profile to Slient for a
meeting!
06
Press e to reject the incoming call.
It’s easy to call anyone whose number
you have stored in your Contacts.
Speed dialling
1 P ress D to access the contacts
list.
You can assign a frequently-called
contact to a speed dial number.
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2 Scroll to the contact to make a call. 1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Contacts.
3 Press s to make a voice call.
2 Select Speed dials.
4 Press e to finish the call.
3 Your Voicemail is set to speed dial
1. Select any other number to
Making international calls
assign it to a speed dial contact.
1 Press and hold 0 for the
4 Your address book will open. Select
international prefix. The ‘+’
the contact you’d like to assign to
character prefixes the international
that number.
access code.
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Calls
To call a speed dial number:
• Press the assigned number then
press s or O .
• Press and hold the assigned
number until the contact appears
on screen.
DTMF tones
Making a second call
From the standby screen, press O
and select Calling then Call logs.
Choose to view:
1 D
uring your initial call, press O,
then Options, and select Add
new call.
2 D
ial the number or search your
contacts.
3 Press s to connect the call.
4 B oth calls will be displayed on the
call screen. Your initial call will be
locked and the caller put on hold.
DTMF allows you to use numerical
commands to navigate menus within
automated messages. DTMF is
switched on as default.
Viewing your call logs
All calls - View a complete list of all
of your dialled, received and missed
calls.
Dialled calls - View a list of all the
numbers you have called.
Received calls - View a list of all the
numbers that have called you.
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5 S elect Swap to change between
the calls.
Missed calls - View a list of all the
calls you have missed.
6 T o end one or both calls select
Options then End followed by All
or Active.
TIP! From any calls list, press
the left soft key and select Delete all
to delete all the recorded items.
NOTE: You will be charged for each
call you make.
From the standby screen, press O
and select Calling.
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You can also choose to view:
Call durations - View the duration of
all your dialled and received calls.
Data volume - View the amount in
kilobytes of all your received and
sent data.
Call costs - View the charges
applied to your dialled numbers (this
service is network-dependant. Some
operators are unable to support it).
Using call divert
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and then select Calling.
2 Select Call divert.
3 C
hoose when to divert all calls;
when the line is busy, when there
is no answer or when you are not
reachable.
4 Input the number you’d like to
divert to.
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TIP! To turn off all call diverts,
choose Deactivate all.
Using call barring
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Calling.
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02
03
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05
06
2 Select Call barring.
3 C
hoose any or all of the options:
All outgoing
Outgoing international
Outgoing international calls
except home country
All incoming
Incoming when abroad
Deactivate all
4 E nter the call barring password.
Please check with your network
operator for this service.
THE BASICS
5 Select Activate.
NOTE: Charges may be incurred for
diverting calls. Please contact your
network provider for details.
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Calls
Using fixed dial number
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Calling.
2 S elect Fixed dial numbers to
turn on and compile a list of
numbers that can be called from
your phone. You’ll need your PIN2
code from your operator. When
activated, only numbers included
in the fixed dial list can be called
from your phone.
Using call waiting
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Calling.
THE BASICS
2 S elect Call waiting to activate call
waiting service.
If call waiting is activated, 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.
You can put the first call on hold and
answer the second call. (This feature
is only available if your network
supports it. )
Changing the common call
settings
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and then select Calling.
2 S elect Common setting. From
here you can amend the settings
for:
Call reject - Select On or Off and
choose to reject all calls, those
from specific groups, contacts,
unregistered numbers (those not in
your list of contacts) or those with
no caller ID.
Send my number - Choose
whether your number will be
displayed when you call someone.
Auto redial - Choose On or Off.
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Answer mode - Choose whether to
answer the phone by pressing the
send key, by pressing any key, or
by opening the flip.
Minute minder - Select On to hear
a tone every minute during a call.
BT answer mode - Choose how
to answer a call when using a
Bluetooth headset. Select Handsfree or handset.
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02
03
04
05
06
Save new number - Saves
numbers you use that aren’t
already stored in Contacts.
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Contacts
Searching for a contact
From the main menu
There are two ways to search for a
contact:
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Contacts.
From the standby screen
2 S elect Search and enter the first
few letters of the contact you’d like
to find using the keypad.
1 From the standby screen, press
to open the address book.
2 P ress the number key
corresponding to the first letter of
the contact you’d like to view. So,
for ‘Home’ press 4 (GHI) twice.
Or, using the slightly quicker
method…
1 Enter the number you wish to
search on the standby screen and
select Options.
2 Choose Search contacts in option
menu.
TIP! You can search by group by
pressing Options and selecting Search
by group. This will bring up a list of all
your groups.
3 Y our address book will bring up a
list of the contacts corresponding
to the letters you’ve entered.
Adding a new contact
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Contacts.
2 Select Add new.
3 C
hoose whether to save the
contact to your Handset or SIM.
4 E nter the first and last name of
your new contact. You do not have
to enter both, but you must enter
one or the other.
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5 E nter all the information you have
in the fields provided and select
Done.
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Or, using the slightly quicker
method…
1 E nter the number you wish to store
on the standby screen and select
Options.
2 S elect Save number and choose
New contact or Update contact.
3 E nter the relevant information as
above and select Done.
Contact options
There are many things you can do
when viewing a contact. Here’s how
to access and use the options menu:
1 Open the contact you’d like to use.
2 P ress the left soft key to open the
list of options.
From here you can:
Make call - Call the contact.
02
Edit - You can edit the contact.
03
Add to group - Add a contact to
a group.
04
Mark/Unmark - Mark/unmark your
contacts for multiple selection.
Search by - You can search the
entry by number or group.
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06
Save to SIM/ Handset - Choose
to move or copy to the SIM card or
handset (depending on where you
originally saved the contact).
Delete - Delete the contact.
Text input - You can set the text
input method.
Creating a group
Send business card - Send the
contact’s details to another person
as a business card. Choose to send
as a Text message, Multimedia
msg, Email or via Bluetooth.
2 S elect Groups and choose
Options.
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Contacts.
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Send message - Send a message
or an email to the contact.
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Add new contact - You can add a
new contact.
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Contacts
3 Select Add new group.
Viewing your own number
4 Enter a name for your new group.
Select Own number in the Contacts
menu to view your number.
5 Press Done.
NOTE: If you delete a group, the
contacts which were assigned to
that group will not be lost. They will
remain in your address book.
TIP! You can edit an existing group by
highlighting it and selecting Options.
Choose to Add a member to the
group from your contacts, assign a
Group ringtone, Rename the group or
Delete the group.
Using service dial numbers
THE BASICS
You can view the list of Service Dial
Numbers (SDN) assigned by your
service provider (if supported by the
SIM card). Such numbers include
emergency, directory enquiries and
voicemail numbers. After selecting
a service number, press s to dial
that service.
Creating a business card
You can create your own business
card by selecting My business card,
then Add. Enter your name, number,
email address and image.
Changing your contact settings
You can adapt your contact settings
so that your address book works
according to your preferences.
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Contacts.
2 S elect Settings. From here you
can adjust the following settings:
Contact list settings - Choose
whether to view contacts saved to
both your Handset & SIM, Handset
only or SIM only. You can also
select to show the first name or
last name of a contact first, and to
show a contact picture.
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Copy - Copy your contacts from
your SIM to your handset or from
your handset to your SIM. Choose
to do this one by one, or all
together.
Move all - This works in the same
way as Copy, but the contact will
only be saved to the location you’ve
moved it to. If you move a contact
from the SIM to the handset it will
be deleted from the SIM memory.
Restore contacts - You can restore
all the phonebook data in an
external memory card to the phone
memory by the form of vcard.
Clear contacts - Delete all your
contacts.
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02
03
04
Memory info. - You can check how
05
much memory you’ve got left on
your handset or your SIM.
06
Send all contacts via Bluetooth
- Send all contacts information to
another handset by Bluetooth.
Back up contacts - You can save
all the phonebook data in the
handset to an external memory
card by the form of vcard.
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Messaging
Messaging
Your KF350 includes functions related
to SMS (Short Message Service),
MMS (Multimedia Message Service),
and email, as well as the network’s
service messages.
4 E nter your message using either
the T9 predictive mode or Abc
manual mode. See Entering text
on page 29-30 to see how to
switch between the different text
entry modes.
TIP! You can select your message
Sending a message
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O, select Messaging and
choose Create new message.
2 C
hoose Message to send SMS
or MMS. (If you want to send an
Email see page 30-32 or if you
want to send something using
Bluetooth, see page 64.)
THE BASICS
3 A new message editor will open.
Message editor combines SMS
and MMS into one intuitive and
easy to switch between SMS
mode and MMS mode. The default
setting of the message editor is
SMS mode.
type as SMS or MMS when you enter
a text longer than 2 pages in the
message field. If you want to change
the type of message to send, see
page 34 for Send long text as menu
from Changing your text message
settings.
5 P ress Options and choose Insert
to add an Image, Video, Sound,
Symbols, Template, Emoticon,
Name & Number, New slide,
Subject or More (Business
card/Schedule/Memo/To do/My
business card).
6 Press Send.
7 S earch your contact list or press
the number key to enter the phone
number.
8 Press Send.
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WARNING: If an Image, Sound,
Video, New slide, Subject, Business
card, Schedule or My business
card is added to the message editor,
it will be automatically converted to
MMS mode and you will be charged
accordingly.
Entering text
You can enter alphanumeric
characters using the phone’s keypad.
For example, storing names in
Contacts, writing a message and
creating scheduling events in the
calendar all require entering text.
The following text input methods are
available in the phone: T9 predictive
mode, ABC/Abc/abc manual mode
and 123 mode.
Note: Some fields may allow only
one text input mode (e.g. telephone
number in address book fields).
To input a symbol in the text entry
field, press the * key and select a
symbol, then select O.
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02
03
04
05
06
Complete each word with a space by
pressing 0.
To delete a character, press c.
T9 predictive mode
T9 predictive mode uses a built-in
dictionary to recognise words you’re
writing based on the key sequences
you press. Simply press the number
key associated with the letter you
want to enter, and the dictionary
will recognise the word once all the
letters are entered.
NOTE: The * key is used to
change predictive words of dictionary
in T9 mode.
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To turn on T9 mode in the text entry
field, choose Options, select Input
method and choose T9 mode. With
T9 on, you can switch text input
mode by pressing #. You will
notice the text input mode indicator in
the upper right corner of the display.
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Messaging
If the word you want doesn’t appear,
press Options and select Add to
dictionary, then you can enter the
word using ABC manual mode. Your
word will be added to the dictionary.
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Messaging and
then select Message settings.
Note: You can select a different T9
language by pressing Options and
select Writing language.
3 If no email account is set, you can
set up an email account by using
email set-up wizard.
ABC manual mode
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 displayed.
123 mode
Type numbers using one keystroke
per number. You can also add
numbers whilst remaining in letter
modes by pressing and holding the
desired key.
Setting up your email
THE BASICS
You can stay in touch on the move
using email on your KF350. It’s quick
and simple to set up a POP3 or
IMAP4 email account.
2 S elect Email, then Email
accounts.
Email address/Password - Enter
your email address and password.
Username - Enter the account user
ID.
Mailbox type - Select the internet
protocol type used to transfer your
email, IMAP4 or POP3.
Incoming server - Enter the IP
address or host name of your
incoming (POP3 or IMAP4) mail
server.
Outgoing server - Enter the IP
address or host name of your
outgoing (SMTP) mail server.
SMTP authentication - Choose to
activate the security setting for the
outgoing mail server.
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If SMTP authentication is on, outgoing
server requires user name and
password when you send e-mail.
SMTP username/SMTP Password Enter your email address and
password from your email provider. (If
SMTP authentication is on)
Account name - Enter the mailbox
name by which you would like to
refer to this account.
4 A
fter entering the email account,
select O to save.
Now your account is set up, it will
appear in the list of accounts in
your Email folder.
5 Using the Edit menu of Options, you
can edit the setting values.
Title - Enter a name for this
account.
My name - Enter your name.
Password - Enter the account
password.
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Reply email address - Enter the
‘reply to’ email address.
Outgoing mail server - Enter the
account details.
Incoming mail server - Enter the
account details.
Maximum receive size - Choose
the size limit of your emails, the
maximum is 1MB.
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02
03
04
05
06
Mailbox type - Enter the mailbox
type, POP3 or IMAP4.
Save to server - Choose whether
to save your emails to the server.
For IMAP4 accounts copies are
always saved.
Save sent mail into - Choose
where to save your IMAP4 emails.
For POP3 accounts copies are
always saved on the phone.
Access point - Choose your
Internet access point.
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Username - Enter the account
username.
Email address - Enter the account
email address.
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Messaging
Auto retrieve - Choose whether
to fetch your new emails
automatically.
SMTP port number
Incoming server port - Normally,
this is 110 for POP3 accounts and
143 for IMAP4 accounts.
Incoming uses SSL
Outgoing uses SSL
SMTP authentication - Choose the
security settings for the outgoing
mail server.
SMTP Username - Enter your
email address from your email
provider.(If SMTP authentication
is On)
SMTP Password - Enter your email
address password from your email
provider.(If SMTP authentication
is On)
THE BASICS
APOP secure login - Choose to
activate APOP secure login for a
POP3 account. IMAP4 accounts are
always set to off.
Retrieving your email
You can automatically or manually
check your account for new email.
See ‘Changing your email settings’
to check automatically.
To check manually:
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Messaging then
Mailbox.
2 S elect the account you want to
use.
3 C
hoose Retrieve and the phone
will connect to your email account
and retrieve your new messages.
Sending an email using your
new account
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Messaging, then
choose Create new message.
2 C
hoose Email and a new email
will open.
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3 U se Options to enter the
recipient‘s address and to write
your message. Use Insert to attach
images, videos, sounds or other
file types.
4 S elect Send and your email will
be sent.
TIP! You can email Word, Excel,
Power Point and PDF documents to
your KF350 so you can review them
on the move.
Message folders
Inbox - All the messages you receive
are placed into your inbox. Here you
can read, reply to and forward your
messages.
Mailbox - All emails you receive are
placed into your Mailbox.
Outbox - This is a temporary storage
folder for messages that are being sent.
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02
My folders - You can move messages
03
existed in Inbox or Sent messages
into My folders, and then you can
04
move those messages existed in My
folders into the original message box. 05
06
Managing your messages
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Messaging then
Inbox.
2 Select Options and then choose to:
Reply - Send a reply to the
selected message.
Forward - Send the selected
message on to another person.
Make call - Call the person who
sent you the message.
Save number - Save sender’s
address to the contact.
Delete - Delete the message.
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Drafts - If you don’t have time to
finish writing a message, you can
save what you’ve done so far here.
Sent items - All the messages you
send are placed into your Sent items
folder.
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Messaging
Create new message - Open a
new, blank message or email.
Mark/Unmark - Mark/Unmark your
messages for multiple deletion.
Copy & Move - Copy or move the
message to your phone, SIM or My
folders.
Filter - View your message by type.
This will group SMS separately
from MMS.
Message info. - See additional
information for the message,
including the time it was sent.
If you see the message No space
for SIM message you should delete
some messages from your inbox.
If you see the message No space
for messages you can delete either
messages or saved files to create
space.
Using templates
Create templates for the SMS and
MMS messages you send most
frequently. You’ll find some templates
already on your phone, and you can
edit these if you wish.
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Messaging then
choose Templates.
2 C
hoose Text templates or
Multimedia templates. You
can then select Options to Add
new, Edit, Delete or Delete all
templates.
Using emoticons
Liven up your messages using
emoticons. You’ll find some
commonly used emoticons already on
your phone.
THE BASICS
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Messaging then
choose Emoticons.
2 S elect Options to Add new, Edit,
Delete or Delete all emoticons.
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Changing your text message
settings
Your KF350 message settings are
pre-defined so that you can send
messages immediately. If you’d like
to change the settings, you can do so
as follows.
From the standby screen, press
O and select Messaging, then
choose Message settings, then Text
message. You can make changes to:
Text message centre - Enter the
details for your message centre.
Delivery report - Choose to receive
confirmation that your message was
delivered.
Validity period - Choose how long
your message is stored at the
message centre.
Message types - Convert your text
into Voice, Fax, X.400 or Email.
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02
03
Changing your multimedia
message settings
04
Your KF350 message settings are
pre-defined so that you can send
messages immediately. If you’d like
to change the settings, you can do so
as follows.
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06
From the standby screen, press O
and select Messaging, then choose
Message settings, then Multimedia
message.
You can make changes to:
Retrieval mode - Choose Home
or Roaming network. If you then
choose Manual you will receive
only notifications of MMS and you
can then decide whether or not to
download them in full.
Delivery report - Choose to allow
and/or request a delivery report.
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Character encoding - Choose how
the characters in your messages are
encoded, this impacts the size of your
message and therefore data charges.
Send long text as -Choose whether
to send your message as Multiple
SMS or MMS when you enter a text
longer than 2 pages in the message
field.
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Messaging
Read reply - Choose to allow and/or
send a read reply.
Priority - Choose the priority level of
your MMS.
Validity period - Choose how long
your message is stored at the
message centre.
From the standby screen, press O
and select Messaging then choose
Message settings, then select Email
and then you can adapt the following
settings:
Email account - You can set up an
email account.
Slide duration - Choose your default
slide duration time for composing
MMS.
Allow reply email - Choose to allow
the sending of ‘read confirmation’
messages.
Creation mode - Choose your
message mode.
Request reply email - Choose
whether to request ‘read
confirmation’ messages.
Delivery time - Deliver your message
at a specific time.
Multimedia msg. centre - Enter the
details for your message centre.
Changing your email settings
You can adapt your email settings
so that it works according to your
preferences.
THE BASICS
Retrieve interval - Choose how often
your KF350 checks for new email
messages.
Include message in Fwd & Reply Choose whether or not to include the
original message.
Include attachment - Choose
whether or not to include the original
attachment.
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Auto Retrieval in Roaming Choose whether or not to
automatically retrieve your messages
when abroad.
New email notification - Choose
whether or not to be alerted to new
emails.
Signature - Create an email signature
and switch this feature on.
Service message - Choose to receive
or block service messages. You can
01
also set your message security by
02
creating trusted and untrusted lists
of senders.
03
Info. service - Choose your reception
status, language and other settings.
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05
06
Priority - Choose the priority level of
your email messages.
Changing your other settings
From the standby screen, press
O and select Messaging, choose
Message settings then:
Voicemail - Your voicemail number
is stored here. Contact your network
operator for more information on the
service they provide.
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Camera
Taking a quick photo
1 Press C to open the viewfinder.
D
elete - Delete the photo you
have just taken. The viewfinder
will reappear.
2 F ocus the camera on what you
want to take.
Back - Go back to previous menu.
3 Press O to take a photo.
Using the quick settings
After you’ve taken your photo
Use the navigation key and select the
options you would like to use.
Your captured photo will appear on
the screen. After taking a picture, you
can check the menu as follows:
Options - You can change the name
of the image or edit the image file.
A lbum - View the pictures you
have taken in your Album.
S end - Send the photo as MMS,
Email or via Bluetooth.
New image - Take another
photo straight away. Your current
photo will be saved.
GET CREATIVE
Use
as - Use the image as
wallpaper, as a Contact image,
or in your Start-up or Shut down
screen.
Album - Choose to look at the other
images in your album.
Video - Choose to switch from
Camera to Video camera mode.
Capture - Allows you to take a
picture.
Brightness - Set the brightness of
the image in the viewfinder of the
camera.
View - Choose between Full screen
view and Landscape view.
Using the advanced settings
From the viewfinder select Settings.
Image size - Change the size of the
photo.
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Colour effect - Choose a colour tone
to apply to the photo you’re taking.
Hide icons - Hide the icons to the
side of the viewfinder.
White balance - The white balance
ensures that any white in your photo
is realistic. In order for your camera
to correctly adjust the white balance
you may need to determine the
light conditions. Choose from Auto,
Incandescent, Sunny, Fluorescent
and Cloudy.
Shutter sound - Select one of three
different shutter sounds.
Night mode - You can take better
pictures at night by selecting On.
Timer - The self-timer allows you to
set a delay after the capture button
is pressed. Choose from 3 seconds,
5 seconds or 10 seconds. Great for
a group photo that you want to be
part of too!
Shot mode - See page 39.
Image quality - Controls the quality
of image.
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02
03
Adjusting the brightness
04
Contrast defines the difference
between light and dark in an image. A 05
low contrast image will appear foggy, 06
whereas a high contrast image will
appear much sharper.
1 S elect Brightness in the quick
settings.
2 S lide the contrast indicator along
the bar, towards “-” for a lower
contrast, hazier image or towards
“+” for a higher contrast, sharper
image.
Choosing a shot mode
1 S elect Shot mode in Settings to
view the available shot modes.
2 Choose from the options:
Normal - This is the default shot
type. The photo will be taken in the
normal way.
GET CREATIVE
Memory in use - Choose whether
to save your photos to the Handset
memory or to the External memory.
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Camera
Burst shot - This enables you
to take three/six/nine shots
automatically in very quick
succession.
Changing the image size
The more pixels, the larger the file
size, which in turn means they will
take up more of your memory. If you
want to fit more pictures on your
phone or memory card you can alter
the number of pixels to make the file
size smaller.
1 Select Image size in Settings.
2 S elect a pixel value from the
numerical options: 2048x1536,
1600x1200, 1280x960, 640x480,
320x240.
GET CREATIVE
3 S elect the size option you’d like to
use and press Select to implement
your changes. The settings menu
will automatically close, ready for
you to take your picture.
Viewing your saved photos
1 Y ou can access your saved photos
from within the camera mode and
from the Album.
2 Y our album will appear on the
screen.
3 H
ighlight the photo you want to
view to bring it to the front of the
album.
4 Select the photo to open it fully.
Setting a photo as a wallpaper
or contact image
From your image album, select an
image and Use as to use the image
as a wallpaper or contact image.
NOTE: Contact images can only be
added to contacts saved to your
phone, not your SIM.
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Video camera
Shooting a quick video
1 M
ove the camera mode switch
to
and press O . The video
camera’s viewfinder will appear
on screen.
2 F ocus the camera on what to
record.
3 Press O once to start recording.
4 REC will appear at the bottom of
the viewfinder. Press O again to
stop recording.
N
ew video - Press to shoot
another video straight away. Your
current video will be saved.
01
S end - Send the video as MMS,
as an Email or via Bluetooth.
03
02
D
elete - Delete the video you
have just made. The viewfinder
will reappear.
04
Back - Go back to previous menu.
06
05
Using the quick settings
After you’ve shot your video
Use the navigation key and select the
options you would like to use.
A still image representing your
captured video will appear on screen.
Album - Choose to look at the other
videos in your album.
After recording a video clip, you can
check the menu as follow:
Camera - Choose to switch from
Video camera to Camera mode.
Options - You can change the name
of the video clip or set the vdeo clip
as voice ringtone.
Rec - Allows you to record a video.
Play - Play the file.
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Album - View your video album.
Brightness - Contrast defines the
difference between light and dark in
an Video.
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Video camera
Using the advanced settings
From the viewfinder select Settings.
Size - Change the size of the video.
Colour effect - Choose an effect tone
to apply to the video you’re making.
White Balance - The white balance
ensures that any white in your photos
is realistic. In order for your camera
to correctly adjust the white balance
you may need to determine the light
conditions.
Choose from Auto, Incandescent,
Sunny, Fluorescent and Cloudy.
NOTE: Always press select after
selecting a new setting to implement
the changes you’ve made.
Watching your saved videos
1 Y ou can access your saved videos
from within the video camera
mode and from the Album. Your
album will appear on screen.
2 H
ighlight the video you want to
view to bring it to the front of the
album.
3 Select the video to open it fully.
Quality - Controls the quality of video.
Duration - Select the maximum
length of the recording.
Memory in use - Choose whether
to save your videos to the Handset
memory or to the External memory.
GET CREATIVE
Hide icons - Hide the icons to the
side of the viewfinder.
Voice - Choose Mute to record a
video without sound.
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Multimedia
Music
Playing a song
Your LG KF350 has a built-in
music player so you can play all
your favourite tracks. To access the
music player, select Music from the
Multimedia menu. From here you can
access a number of folders:
01
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Multimedia. From 02
here select Music and then choose
03
All tracks.
Recently played - View all of the
songs you have played recently.
All tracks - Contains all of the songs
you have on your phone.
Playlists - Contains any playlists you
have created.
2 S elect the song you want to play
and choose Play.
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05
3 Press O to pause the song.
06
4 P ress R to skip to the next
song.
5 P ress L to skip to the previous
song.
Artists - Browse through your music
collection by artist.
Using options while playing
music
Albums - Browse through your music
collection by album.
Select Options and choose from:
Minimise - Make the music player
screen disappear so that you can
continue using your phone as normal.
Shuffle tracks - Listen to your music
in a random order.
Go to my music - Move the file to
the My music folder.
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Repeat - Repeat the selected track.
Shuffle - Listen to your music in a
random order.
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Genres - Browse through your music
collection by genre.
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Equaliser - Set the equaliser menu.
Lighting duration - Set the duration
of the lighting effect when you close
the folder while music is playing.
Lighting pattern - Set the pattern of
the lighting effect when you close the
folder while music is playing.
Visualization - Select the visual
effects.
File info. - View brief details about
the file.
Send - Send the song as a message,
email, or via Bluetooth.
Use as - Use the song as one of your
ringtone, message tone, start-up or
shut down tone.
Creating a playlist
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You can create your own playlists by
choosing a selection of songs from
the All tracks folder.
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Multimedia then
Music, choose playlist.
2 S elect Add, enter the playlist name
and press O to save.
3 T he All tracks folder will be
displayed. Select all of the songs
that you would like to include in
your playlist; a tick will show next
to the file name.
To play a playlist, select it and choose
Play.
NOTE: To add a second playlist,
select Options then Add new playlist.
Editing a playlist
From time to time, you may want to
add new songs or delete songs from
a playlist.
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Multimedia then
Music, choose Playlists.
2 Select the playlist.
3 Select Options.
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Add new songs – Add more songs to
the playlist. Mark the ones you want
and select Done.
File info. - View the Name, Size,
Date,Time, Type, Duration, Protection
and Copyright of the song.
Send – Send a song as a message
or via Bluetooth.
Remove from list – Remove a song
from the playlist.
Mark/Unmark – Select multiple files.
Use as – You can set the song as an
effect sound.
Memory manager - You can view the
current status of memory.
Deleting a playlist
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Multimedia then
Music, choose Playlists.
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Listening to the radio
03
02
Your LG KF350 has an FM radio
feature so you can tune into your
favourite stations to listen to on the
move.
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05
From the standby screen, press O
and select Multimedia then FM
radio, enter the channel number of
the station you would like to listen to.
06
NOTE: You need to insert your
headphones to listen to the radio.
Insert them into the same socket as
your charger.
NOTE: FM radio cannot be
minimised.
Searching for stations
You can tune radio stations by
searching for them either manually
or automatically. They will be saved
to specific channel numbers so you
don’t have to keep re-tuning.
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2 S elect Options then Delete or
Delete all to delete all of the
playlists.
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Multimedia
To auto tune:
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Multimedia then
FM radio, choose Options.
2 S elect Auto scan. The stations
found will automatically be
allocated to a channel number.
To manually tune:
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Multimedia then
FM radio, choose Options.
2 S elect Channel list and choose the
channel number you want to save
the station to.
3 E nter the station frequency and
press Select to save.
NOTE: You can also manually tune
into a station by using L and R
displayed next to the radio frequency.
GET CREATIVE
Editing the channels
You may want to move the stations to
another channel so that the ones you
listen to most frequently are easier
to access.
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O, select Multimedia then FM
radio, choose Options.
2 S elect Channel list and select the
channel you want to change.
3 E ither select a station from
one of the other channels, or
manually tune the channel into the
frequency you want.
You can edit each channel by
highlighting it and pressing Options:
Rename - Rename the channel.
Replace - Set new frequency for
the selected channel.
Resetting channels
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Multimedia then
FM radio, choose Options.
2 Select Channel list, then Options.
3 C
hoose Reset channel to reset the
current channel or choose Reset
all channels to reset all of the
channels. Each channel will return
to the starting 87.5Mhz frequency.
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TIP! To improve the radio reception,
extend the headset cord, which
functions as the radio antenna.
Using the voice recorder
Use your voice recorder to record
voice memos or other sounds.
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Multimedia.
2 S elect Voice recorder then options
and choose from:
Duration – Set the recording
duration.
Choose from MMS msg. size, 30
secs, 1 min or No limit.
Quality – Select the sound quality.
Choose from Super Fine, Fine or
Normal.
Go to Voice recordings – Open
the Voice recordings folder in My
sounds.
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4 Select Stop to end recording.
01
5 S elect Play in the options menu to
listen to your recording.
02
Sending the voice recording
04
1 O
nce you have finished recording,
select options.
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03
06
2 S elect Send and choose from
Message, Email or Bluetooth. If
you choose Message or Email,
the recording will be added to the
message and you can write and
send it as normal. If you choose
Bluetooth, you will be prompted to
turn Bluetooth on.
NOTE: After you have finished
recording, select Options and choose
Play, Send, File, Delete, Use as (to
use the recording as your ringtone) or
Go to Voice recordings.
GET CREATIVE
Memory in use - Check the
current status of each memory.
3 Select Rec. to begin recording.
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My stuff
You can store any multimedia files
on your phone’s memory in My stuff
so that you have easy access to all
of your pictures, sounds, videos and
games. You can also save your files
to a memory card. The advantage
of using a memory card is that you
can free up space on your phone’s
memory.
Images
My images contains a list of pictures
including default images pre-loaded
onto your phone, images downloaded
by you and images taken on your
phone’s camera.
My images option menus
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The options available to you in My
images depend on what type of
image you have selected. All of the
options will be available for pictures
you have taken on the phone’s
camera, but only the Use as, Sort
by Grid (List) view and Memory
manager options are available for
default images.
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Send - Send the image to a friend.
Use as - Set the image to appear on
your phone at certain times.
Move - Move an image from the
phone memory to a memory card or
vice versa.
Copy - Copy an image from the
phone memory to a memory card or
vice versa.
Delete - Delete an image.
Mark/Unmark - Select multiple files.
Edit image -You can edit the selected
image.
Print via Bluetooth - Print an image
via Bluetooth®.
File - Change the name or view the
information for the file.
Create new folder - Create a new
folder within the My videos folder.
Slide show - Start a slide show.
Sort by - Sort images into a specified
order.
Grid view/ List view - View each
image in grid or list type.
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Memory manager - View the
memory status.
Sending a photo
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select My stuff then
choose My images.
2 S elect the photo you want to send
and press Options.
3 S elect Send and choose from
Message, Email, or Bluetooth.
4 If you choose Message or Email,
your photo will be attached to the
message and you can write and
send the message as normal. If
you choose Bluetooth, you will be
prompted to turn Bluetooth on and
your phone will search for a device
to send the picture to.
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select My stuff then My
Images.
02
2 S elect the image and press
Options.
03
3 Select Use as and choose from:
04
Wallpaper - Set a wallpaper for the 05
standby screen.
Contacts image - Allocate an
image to a particular person in your
contacts list so that the picture
shows when they call you.
Shut down image - Set an image
to appear when you switch the
phone off.
You can choose images to use as
wallpapers, start up/shut down
images or even to identify a caller.
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select My stuff, then My
images.
2 Select Options, then Sort by.
3 Choose from Date, Type or Name.
GET CREATIVE
Organising your images
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Start-up image - Set an image
to appear when you switch the
phone on.
Using an image
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My stuff
Deleting an image
Marking and unmarking images
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select My stuff, then My
images.
If you want to move, copy, send or
delete several images at once, you
first need to identify them by marking
them with a tick.
2 S elect the image you want to
delete and choose Options.
3 Select Delete, then Yes to confirm.
TIP! To quickly delete any file
in My files, highlight it with the cursor
and press the c key.
Moving or copying an image
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select My stuff then My
images.
2 S elect Options then Mark/
Unmark.
3 A box will appear to the left of each
image. If you select an image, a tick
will appear in the box marking it.
You can move or copy an image
4 To unmark an image, select the
between the phone memory and the
image again so that the tick
memory card. You might want to do
disappears from the box.
this to either free up some space
5
Once you have marked all of the
in one of the memory banks or to
appropriate images, choose one of
safeguard your images from being lost.
the options to apply to all of them.
1 From the standby screen, press O
and select My stuff then My images.
GET CREATIVE
2 S elect an image and select
Options.
3 Select Move or Copy.
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Checking your memory status
You can check to see how much of
your memory you have used and how
much you have remaining.
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select My stuff, then My
images.
2 S elect Options, then Memory
manager.
3 C
hoose Handset memory or
External memory.
NOTE: If you do not have a memory
card inserted, you will not be able to
select External memory.
Sounds
The My sounds folder contains the
Default sounds and Voice recordings.
From here you can manage, send or
set sounds as ringtones.
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select My stuff, then My
sounds.
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3 S elect a sound and press Play to
listen to it.
02
03
4 Select Options and Use as.
04
5 C
hoose from Voice ringtone,
Message tone, Start-up sound
and Shut down sound.
05
06
Videos
The My videos folder shows the list
of downloaded videos and videos you
have recorded on your phone.
Watching a video
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select My stuff then My
videos.
2 Select a video and press Play.
Using options while watching a
video
Select Options while watching a video
and choose from:
GET CREATIVE
Using a sound
2 S elect Default sounds or Voice
recordings.
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My stuff
Landscape view - View the video file
in full shot.
NOTE: You can switch to landscape
view & landscape view to normal
view using # key, while viewing
video.
Mute/ Unmute - Switch the sound
on/off.
Capture - You can save what is on
the paused screen as an image file.
(This option is only available while
video is paused.)
Repeat - Repeat the video file.
File info. - View brief details about
the file.
Send - Send the video in a message,
email or via Bluetooth.
Delete - Delete the video.
3 If you choose Message or Email,
your video clip will be attached to
the message and you can write
and send the message as normal.
If you choose Bluetooth, you will
be prompted to turn Bluetooth on
and your phone will search for a
device to send the video to.
Using the video options menu
From the My videos folder, you can
choose from the following options:
Send - Send a video to a friend.
Move - Move a video clip from the
phone memory to a memory card or
vice versa.
Copy - Copy a video clip from the
phone memory to a memory card or
vice versa.
Delete - Delete a video.
Sending a video clip
GET CREATIVE
1 Select a video and press Options.
2 S elect Send and choose from
Message, Email or Bluetooth.
Mark/Unmark - Select multiple files.
File - Edit the file name and view its
information.
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Create new folder - Create a new
folder within the My videos folder.
Sort by - Sort videos into a specific
order.
Grid view/ List view - View the
options menu by grid or list type.
Memory manager - View the
memory status.
Games and Applications
You can download games and
applications to your phone to keep
you amused when you have time to
spare.
If you download a game from the
network, you will need to install the
downloaded game in your phone
before enjoying the game.
Playing a game
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3 Select a game and press Launch.
02
Using the games options menu
03
From the Games and Applications
folders, the following options are
available:
04
05
Create new folder – Create a folder
within the games and applications
menu.
06
Sort by - Sort the games and
applications by Date, Size or Name.
Memory manager - View the
memory status.
Flash contents
The Flash contents folder contains all
of your default and downloaded flash
contents.
Others
The Others folder is used to store
files which are not pictures, sounds,
videos, games or applications.
GET CREATIVE
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select My stuff, then
Games & apps.
2 Select Games menu.
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My stuff
My memory card
To install a Java game & application:
If you purchase an optional external
microSD memory card, you can
manage more content.
1 From the standby screen, press
O and select My stuff, then
choose Others or My memory card
(If external memory is inserted).
Installing a Java game &
application
Depending on the service provider, all
Java based programs such as Java
games can be downloaded and run
on your phone. You can transfer Java
program files from a compatible PC
to the memory in your phone using
the Bluetooth, USB Mass storage or
External memory. The Java program
files are in .jad or .jar format.
If you save the Java program files
in your phone, you should install the
files before using a Java game or
application first.
2 Select the file (*.jad or *.jar) you
want to install and press Install.
NOTE: The .jad file should contain
its own .jar file.
3 Once installed, the Java program
can be viewed in the Games or
Applications menu where you can
select, execute, or delete.
TIP! You can also download
Java MIDlet in your phone by using
the WAP (Wireless Application
Protocol) services. Please note that
additional costs may be incurred
when using online services.
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Games and Apps
Games and Apps
Your KF350 comes with preloaded
games to keep you amused when
you have time to spare. If you choose
to download any additional games or
applications they will be saved into
this folder.
1 Press O and select Games &
Apps.
01
2 Select My games & apps and
choose Applications.
02
03
3 View and manage any applications
you have.
04
Changing the network profile
05
06
Playing a game
To download a game, you can set the
value to connect to the network using
Settings.
1 Press O and select Games &
Apps.
1 Press O and select Games &
Apps.
2 Select My games & apps and
choose Games.
2 Select Settings.
NOTE: An additional cost is incurred when
connecting to this service. Check your
data charges with your network provider.
3 From here you can:
3 Choose the game you want to play
and select Launch.
Profiles - You can see profile and
add new profile.
Viewing applications
Certificates list - You can see
the certification list for using Java
application.
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GET CREATIVE
You can manage the Java
applications installed in your phone
by using the Applications menu.
You can also delete downloaded
applications.
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Organiser
Adding an event to your
calendar
GET ORGANISED
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and choose Organiser then
select Calendar.
2 Select the date you would like to
add an event to.
3 Select Add.
4 Select whether you would like to
add an Appointment, Anniversary
or Birthday and select Done.
5 Check the date and enter the time
you would like your event to begin.
6 For appointments and
anniversaries enter the time and
date your event finishes in the
lower time and date boxes.
7 If you would like to add a subject or
a note to your event, press Subject
or Name and type in your note.
8 Select Done and your event will be
saved in the calendar. A cursor will
mark the day that any events have
been saved to and a bell will ring
at the start time of your event, so
that you can stay organised.
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TIP! You can set a holiday in
your calendar. Select each day you are
on holiday one at a time, then choose
Options and select Set holiday. Each
day will be shaded red. When you
come to set an alarm, you can choose
to exclude days set as holidays.
Changing your default calendar
view
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and choose Organiser then
select Settings.
2 Select Calendar and choose either
Month view or Week view.
3 Press Done to confirm your choice.
Adding an item to your to do list
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and choose Organiser.
2 Select To do and select Add.
3 S et the date for the to do item,
add notes and select a priority
level: High, Medium or Low.
4 S ave your to do list item by
selecting Done.
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TIP! You can edit an item
by selecting it, pressing Options
and Edit. Confirm your amends by
selecting Save.
Sharing a to do item
1 F rom the standby screen, press O
and choose Organiser then select
To do.
2 S elect the to do item you would
like to share, then select Options.
3 S elect Send. You can choose to
share your to do item by Text
message, Multimedia msg, Email
or Bluetooth.
Adding a memo
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TIP! You can edit an existing memo.
Select the one you want to edit and
select Edit.
03
Adding a secret memo
You can write the private memo to
protect your privacy in Secret memo
menu. You enter the security code to
use this menu.
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04
05
06
Using the date finder
Date finder is a handy tool to help
you calculate what the date will be
after a certain amount of days has
passed. For example, 60 days from
10.10.2008 will be 09.12.2008.
This is great for keeping tabs on
deadlines.
GET ORGANISED
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and choose Organiser then
select Memo.
2 Select Add.
3 Type your memo, followed by
Save.
4 Y our memo will appear on screen
next time you open the Memo
application.
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Organiser
Settings
Calendar - You can set the
configurations to view the calendar.
Send all shedules & to do via
Bluetooth - You can send all the data
in your calendar and/or to do list from
your phone to other phones by using
Bluetooth.
Backup calendar & To do - You
can create the backup files of the
calendar or to do list saved in the
phone when you insert an external
memory.
Restore calendar & To do - You can
reset the backup files of calendar or
tasks when you insert an external
memory.
Memory info. - You can view the
information of available memory
regarding Calendar, Tasks, Memo and
Secret memo.
GET ORGANISED
Clear all - You can delete all data
regarding Calendar, Tasks, Memo and
Secret memo.
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Tools
Adding your quick menu
The Quick menu provides easy
access to your most used functions.
You can add your favorite menu to
the list of Quick menu.
Setting your alarm
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The alarm will be alerted on even if
the phone is switched off.
Using your calculator
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and choose Tools then select
Calculator.
2 Select the numeric keys to input
numbers.
3 For simple calculations, select the
function you require (+, –, x, ÷),
followed by =.
4 For more complex calculations,
select Options to select a
command.
5 Select c to delete a character
press and hold c to clear
completely and start a new
calculation.
01
02
03
04
05
06
GET ORGANISED
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and choose Tools then select
Alarms.
2 Select Options and press Add
new.
3 Set the time you would like the
alarm to sound.
4 Choose whether you would like
your alarm to sound daily, Monfri, Mon-sat, except holiday or
Choose weekday.
5 Select
and Edit to select a
sound for your alarm. To listen
to sounds select the sound, and
press Play.
6 Add a memo for the alarm
and select Done when you
have finished typing. When the
alarm sounds the memo will be
displayed.
7 F inally, you can set the snooze
interval at 5, 10, 20 or 30 mins, 1
hour or off.
8 Once you have set your alarm,
select Done.
NOTE: You can set up to 5 alarms.
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Tools
Using the stopwatch
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and choose Tools then select
Stopwatch.
2 Select Start to begin the timer.
3 Choose Lap if want to record a lap
time. The duration of an individual
lap time (up to 20 times) can be
saved.
4 Select Stop to end the timer.
5 Choose Resume to restart the
stopwatch at the time you stopped
it at or select Reset to begin the
time again.
Converting a unit
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and choose Tools then select
Converter.
GET ORGANISED
2 C
hoose whether you would like
to convert Currency, Surface,
Length, Weight, Temperature,
Volume or Velocity.
3 Y ou can now select the unit and
enter the value you would like to
convert from, followed by the unit
you would like to convert to.
4 T he corresponding value will
appear on the screen.
Adding a city to your world time
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and choose Tools then select
World time.
2 S elect Options, followed by Add
city. Start typing the name of the
city you require and it will show at
the top of the screen. Alternatively
choose Map, and select your
chosen city from the map.
3 P ress Select to confirm your
choice.
TIP! If you are abroad, you can
change your time zone from World
time by selecting Options, followed
by Change current city. Choose your
required city as above.
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Browser
With a browser at the tip of your
fingers, you can get up-to-date
news and weather forecasts as well
as information on sports or traffic
whenever you need it. In addition, the
browser allows you to download the
latest music, ringtones, wallpapers
and games.
Accessing the web
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and choose Browser.
2 T o access the browser homepage
directly, select Home.
Alternatively, select Enter address
and type in your desired URL,
followed by Open.
NOTE: An additional cost is incurred
when connecting to this service and
downloading content. Check your
data charges with your network
provider.
To access Google services, press
O and select Google.
NOTE: You may be unable to access
Google in some countries. This is
dependent on network services.
Adding and accessing your
bookmarks
01
02
03
04
05
06
For easy and fast access to your
favourite websites, you can add
bookmarks and save web pages.
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and choose Browser.
2 S elect Bookmarks. A list of your
Bookmarks will appear on the
screen.
3 T o create a new folder, select
Options and choose Create new
folder. Enter the name of your
bookmark folder.
THE WEB
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Browser
4 T o add a new bookmark, select
Options and press Add new.
Enter a name for your bookmark
followed by the URL.
5 S elect Done. Your bookmark
will be displayed in the list of
bookmarks.
6 T o access the bookmark, simply
scroll to it and select Open.
Saving a page
1 A ccess your required webpage as
described above.
2 S elect Options, Save items, then
Save this page.
3 E nter a name for the webpage so
you can easily recognise it.
4 Select Save.
Accessing a saved page
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and choose Browser.
2 Select Saved pages.
3 S elect Open to connect to the
saved page.
Viewing your browser history
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and choose Browser, then
select History.
2 A list of web page titles you
have accessed recently will be
displayed.
3 T o access one of these pages,
simply select the required page
and press Open.
TIP! This menu will also allow you to
edit titles of saved pages and delete
saved pages.
THE WEB
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Using RSS reader
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a
family of web feed formats used to
publish frequently updated content
such as blog entries, news headlines
or podcasts. An RSS document,
which is called a feed, web feed, or
channel, contains either a summary
of content from an associated web
site or the full text.
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02
03
04
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Changing the web browser
settings
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and choose Browser then
select Settings.
2 Y ou can choose to edit Profiles,
Appearance settings, Cache,
Cookies, Security, or Reset
Settings.
3 O
nce you have changed your
settings, press Select.
THE WEB
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Connectivity
Sending and receiving your files
using Bluetooth
Bluetooth is a great way to send
and receive files as no wires are
needed and connection is quick
and easy. You can also connect
to a Bluetooth headset to make and
receive calls.
To send a file:
1 Open the file you want to send.
2 Select Options and choose Send.
Choose Bluetooth.
3 Select Yes to turn Bluetooth on.
4 Your KF350 will automatically
search for other Bluetooth enabled
devices within range.
5 Choose the device you want to
send the file to and choose Select
to send the file.
6 Your file will be sent.
TIP! Keep an eye on the progress bar
to make sure your file is sent.
To receive a file:
1 T o receive files, your Bluetooth
must be both On and Visible. See
Changing your Bluetooth settings
below for more information.
2 A message will prompt you to
accept the file from the sender.
Select Yes to receive the file.
3 Y ou will see where the file has
been saved and you can choose
to View the file. Files will usually
be saved to the relevant folder in
My stuff.
Changing your Bluetooth settings:
1 P ress O in the standby screen,
and choose Connectivity.
2 C
hoose Bluetooth then Settings.
Make your changes to:
My device visibility - Choose to be
Visible, Visible for 1 min or Hidden.
THE WEB
My device name - Enter a name
for your KF350.
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Supported services - Search for
the profile supported by KF350.
My address - Search your
Bluetooth device address.
Pairing with another Bluetooth
device
By pairing your KF350 and another
device, you can set up a passcodeprotected connection. This means
your pairing is more secure.
1 C
heck your Bluetooth is On and
Visible. You can change your
visibility in the Settings menu.
2 S elect Paired devices, Options,
then Add new device.
3 Y our KF350 will search for devices.
If devices are found, Refresh and
Add will appear on screen.
4 C
hoose the device you want to pair
with and enter a passcode then
press Add.
6 Y our passcode-protected Bluetooth
connection is now ready.
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03
Using a Bluetooth headset
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1 C
heck your Bluetooth is On and
Visible.
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2 F ollow the instructions that came
with your headset to place your
headset in pairing mode and pair
your devices.
3 S elect Yes to Connect now. Your
KF350 will automatically switch to
Headset profile.
Using your phone as a mass
storage device
Your phone can only be used as a
mass storage device if you have a
memory card inserted.
THE WEB
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other device, on which you should 01
enter the same passcode.
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Connectivity
1 D
isconnect your phone from your
PC.
2 Press O in the standby screen.
3 S elect Connectivity, then USB
connection mode.
4 H
ighlight Mass storage and press
Select.
5 C
onnect your phone to your PC.
Your phone will read:
“Connected” with Mass storage
as title.
Do not disconnect during transfer.
6 A ll of your phone files will
automatically be stored onto your
PC hard drive.
NOTE: After selecting mass storage
your phone must be reconnected to
your PC to initiate Mass Storage.
THE WEB
NOTE: Mass storage backs up
content saved on your memory card
only, not your handset memory. To
transfer the contents of your handset
memory (e.g. contacts) you’ll need to
synchronise using PC Sync.
Using your phone as a modem
Your KF350 can double as a modem
for your PC, giving you email and
internet access even when you can’t
connect using wires.
Using the USB cable:
1 E nsure you have LG PC Suite
installed on your PC.
2 C
onnect your KF350 and your PC
using the USB cable and launch
the LG PC Suite software.
3 C
lick Communication on your PC.
Then click Settings and select
Modem.
4 C
hoose LG Mobile USB Modem
and select OK. It will now appear
on screen.
5 C
lick Connect and your PC will
connect through your KF350.
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Settings
Within this folder you can adapt your
settings to personalise your KF350.
Using flight mode
Turn on flight mode by pressing O
NOTE: For information on call settings in standby screen, and then select
Settings and Profiles. Select Flight
see page 22-23.
mode and press O to activate.
Personalising your profiles
Flight mode will not allow you to
make calls, connect to the internet,
You can quickly change your profile
send messages or use Bluetooth.
on the standby screen. Simply press
L then the profile you would like
Changing your phone settings
to activate.
Enjoy the freedom of adapting your
Using the settings menu you can
KF350 so that it works in a way that
personalise each profile setting.
suits you.
1 From the standby screen, press
O and select Settings.
1 From the standby screen, press
O and select Settings.
2 Select Profiles and then choose
the profile you want to edit.
2 Select Phone and choose from the
list below.
3 Select Options and choose Edit.
4 Y ou can then change all of the
sounds and alert options available
in the list, including your Ring tone
and Volume, Message alerts and
more.
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03
04
05
06
Languages - Change the language
of for your KF350’s display.
Power save - Choose to switch the
power saving settings On or Off.
Information - View the technical
information for your KF350.
SETTINGS
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Settings
Changing your screen settings
TIP! Auto Luminance Control
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Settings.
When you set the Auto brightness to
On, the brightness of the LCD screen
will be automatically set by an ALC
(Auto Luminance Control) sensor built
into your phone. Auto Luminance
Control automatically adjusts screen
brightness according to ambient
brightness. KF350’s smart luminance
control provides clear screen under
bright lights and is gentle on the eyes
when dark, all while saving battery
power. The function of Auto brightness
is set to ON as default.
2 S elect Screen and then choose
from:
Screen theme - Choose the theme
for your standby screen or start-up,
shut down the phone.
Menu style - Choose the style
used to display menus.
Dialling - Set the display used
when making a call.
Font - Adjust the font.
Backlight - Choose how long the
backlight remains on for.
NOTE: The longer the backlight is
on for, the more battery power is
used and you may need to charge
your phone more often.
Handset theme - Quickly change
the whole look of your screen.
Greeting message- Enter the
greeting message used when the
phone is switched on.
3 C
hoose Select to save your
settings.
Using Date & Time
SETTINGS
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Settings.
2 Select Date & Time.
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Adjust your date and time settings or
choose to automatically update the
time when you travel or for daylight
saving.
ATMT SMS will contain information
about the stolen phone IMEI, current
location & number of the person who
is using that handset.
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02
Changing security settings
NOTE: Security code
03
1 F rom the standby screen, press
O and select Settings.
The security code protects the
unauthorized use of your phone.
The default security code is set
to ‘0000’ and the security code
is required to delete all phone
entries and to activate the Reset
settings menu. Also, the security
code is required to enable or
disable the phone lock function to
prevent unauthorized use of the
phone. The security code default
setting can be modified from the
Security > Change codes.
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2 Select Security then choose from:
PIN code request - Set the phone to
ask for the PIN code of your SIM card
when switching on the phone.
Handset lock - Set the phone lock to
avoid unauthorised use. You will need
a security code.
Change codes - Change the codes:
PIN/ PIN2/ Security code.
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Using memory manager
Your KF350 has three memories
available: the phone, the SIM Card
and an external memory card (you
may need to purchase the memory
card separately).
SETTINGS
Anti-theft mobile tracker - When the
handset is stolen, handset sends the
SMS to the numbers configured by
real owner. User has to configure the
ATMT settings with name, primary
phone number, secondary number.
User has to Set ATMT ON to activate
the ATMT feature. Default ATMT code
is “0000”.
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Settings
You can use memory manager to
Changing your other settings
determine how each memory is used External lighting - Choose the
and see how much space is available. options of external lighting effect.
Press O in standby screen. Select
External LED - Change your external
Settings then Memory Manager.
LED settings.
Common memory - View the
memory available on your KF350 for
images, sounds, videos, flash, MMS,
applications, java and others.
Network - Your KF350 connects
automatically to your preferred
network. To change these settings,
use this menu.
Reserved memory - View the
memory available on your handset
for SMS, contacts, calendar items, to
do list, memos, alarms, call history,
bookmarks and miscellaneous items.
Internet profiles - Set the profiles to
connect to the internet.
SIM memory - View the memory
available on your SIM Card.
External memory - View the memory
available on your external memory
card (you may need to purchase the
memory card separately).
Primary storage - choose Handset
memory or External memory.
Access points - Your network
operator has already saved this
information. You can add new access
points using this menu.
Packet data conn. - Set the packet
data connection.
Reset settings - Select this to
reset your phone to its default
configuration. You are requested to
enter the security code.
SETTINGS
TIP! See page 15 for information on
Installing a memory card.
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Accessories
There are various accessories for your mobile phone. These are detailed below.
Charger
Data cable and CD
Connect and
synchronise your
KF350 and PC.
Battery
User Guide
Learn more about your KF350.
Note
• A
lways
Stereo headset
ACCESSORIES
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•
use genuine LG accessories.
Failure to do this may invalidate
your warranty.
A ccessories may be different in
different regions; please check with
our regional service company or
agent for further inquires.
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Network service
Technical data
The wireless phone described in this
guide is approved for use on the
GSM 900, DCS 1800 and PCS 1900
networks.
General
A number of features included in this
guide are called Network Services.
These are special services that
you arrange through your wireless
service provider. Before you can take
advantage of any of these Network
Services, you must subscribe to them
through your service provider and
obtain instructions for their use from
your service provider.
Product name: KF350
System: GSM 900 / DCS 1800 /
PCS 1900
Ambient Temperatures
Max: +55°C (discharging),
+45°C (charging)
Min: -10°C
NETWORK SERVICE/TECHNICAL DATA
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TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter lists some problems that you might encounter while using your
phone. Some problems require that you call your service provider, but most of
problems you encounter are easy to correct yourself.
MESSAGE POSSIBLE CAUSES
POSSIBLE CORRECTIVE
MEASURES
SIM error
There is no SIM card in the
phone or you may have
inserted it incorrectly.
Make sure that the SIM card
is correctly inserted.
No
connection to
the network
Signal weak
Outside GSM network
Move higher to a window or
open space. Check service
provider coverage map.
Codes do
not match
When you want to change a
security code you have to confirm
the new code by entering it
again. The two codes that you
have entered do not match.
Contact your Service Provider.
Function
cannot be
set
Not supported by Service
Provider or registration
required
Contact your Service Provider.
Calls not
available
Dialling error
New SIM card inserted
Charge limit reached
New network not authorised.
Check for new restrictions.
Contact Service Provider or
reset limit with PIN 2.
Phone
cannot be
switched
on
On/Off key pressed too briefly
Battery empty
Battery contacts dirty
Press On/Off key for at least
two seconds. Charge battery.
Check charging indicator in
the display. Clean contacts.
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MESSAGE POSSIBLE CAUSES
POSSIBLE CORRECTIVE
MEASURES
Charging
error
Battery totally empty
Temperature out of range
Contact problem
No mains voltage
Charger defective
Wrong charger
Battery defective
Charge battery. Make sure
the ambient temperature is
right, wait for a while, and
then charge again.
Check power supply and
connection to the phone.
Check the battery contacts,
clean them if necessary.
Plug in to a different socket
or check voltage.
If the charger does not warm
up, replace it.
Only use original LG
accessories.
Replace battery.
Phone
loses
network
Signal too weak
Reconnection to another
service provider is automatic.
Check settings.
LCD
Dimming
Recharge the battery.
Low battery
When the battery is empty,
the LCD screen will be
dimming to reduce the power
supply.
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