P/NO : MMBB0079902
ISSUE 1.0
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GPRS Phone
USER’S MANUAL
MODEL : G8000
Please read this manual carefully
before operating your set.
Retain it for future reference.
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GPRS Phone
USER’S MANUAL
MODEL : G8000
Please read this manual carefully
before operating your set.
Retain it for future reference.
G8000 has a polished style which provides
users’ a better feel and convenience.
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G8000 Phone
For Your Safety
All radio transmitters carry risks of interference with electronics in
close proximity.
GSM Phones must be switched off at all times in an
aircraft.
Avoid pointing active infrared port at eyes.
Do not activate near petrol stations, fuel depots,
chemical plants or blasting operations.
Switch off the phone in any area where are forced by
special regulations. For example, the phone does not
allow to be used in hospital because pacemakers and
hearing aids can be affected.
Minor interference may affect TVs, radios, PCs, etc.
Do not hold the phone in your hand while driving.
Do not dismantle phone or battery.
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Keep the phone in a safe place out of children’s reach
since it contains the detachable small parts and create a
choking hazard.
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Do not touch the charger with wet hands.
For your safety, use ONLY specified ORIGINAL
batteries and chargers
Please note:
Unusable batteries should be disposed of in accordance
with relevant legislation.
Only use ORIGINAL accessories to avoid damage to
your phone.
Emergency call may not be available under all cellular
networks. Therefore, you should never depend solely on
the phone for essential communications such as medical
emergencies.
Important Information
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This user’s guide contains important information on the use
and operation of this phone. Please read all the information
carefully for optimal performance and to prevent any damage
to or misuse of the phone. Any changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this user’s guide could void your
warranty for this equipment.
Contents
BEFORE USE
Accessories ........................................................................... 10
How to insert SIM Card ......................................................... 11
How to install Battery ............................................................. 12
How to charge the Battery .................................................... 13
How to disconnect the charger ............................................ 14
How to switch On and Off ..................................................... 15
Part of the Phone ................................................................... 16
1. Front of the Phone ............................................................... 16
2. Sub LCD of the phone ......................................................... 17
Key Description ..................................................................... 18
Alphanumeric Keys .................................................................. 20
Display Information ............................................................... 21
BASIC USE
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Standby Display ..................................................................... 23
1. Viewing Menu ...................................................................... 23
2. Making a Call ....................................................................... 23
3. Receiving a Call ................................................................... 25
4. Checking missed call ........................................................... 25
5. How to use Hotkeys ............................................................. 26
6. How to read received Messages ......................................... 28
7. How to adjust Keypad tone .................................................. 29
8. How to record a voice .......................................................... 29
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9. Recent Calls ........................................................................ 29
10. In call menu ....................................................................... 31
Addtional Functions
How to use Fax and Data ...................................................... 32
1. Making and Receiving fax calls ........................................... 32
2. Making and Receiving data calls ......................................... 32
Menu functions
Menu tree ................................................................................ 33
1. Message ............................................................................. 35
1.1 Write ............................................................................. 35
1.2 Inbox ............................................................................ 41
1.3 Outbox ......................................................................... 45
1.4 Draftbox ....................................................................... 48
1.5 Settings ........................................................................ 50
1.6 Templates .................................................................... 55
1.7 Emoticon ...................................................................... 56
1.8 Service command ........................................................ 56
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2. Call ...................................................................................... 57
2.1 Call register ...................................................................57
2.2 Call Divert .....................................................................58
2.3 Call Duration ................................................................ 60
2.4 Call costs ..................................................................... 61
2.5 GPRS data counter .......................................................62
2.6 Call settings ..................................................................63
3. Multimedia ...........................................................................67
3.1 Camera .........................................................................67
3.2 Camcorder ................................................................... 68
3.3 Image gallery ............................................................... 68
3.4 Media player ................................................................ 71
4. Internet ............................................................................... 73
4.1 Home ........................................................................... 73
4.2 Bookmarks ................................................................... 73
4.3 Push messages ........................................................... 74
4.4 Settings ........................................................................ 74
4.5 Go to URL .................................................................... 75
4.6 Clear cache .................................................................. 75
5. Organiser ............................................................................ 76
5.1 Phone book ...................................................................76
5.2 Schedule ...................................................................... 83
5.3 To Do ........................................................................... 87
5.4 Memo ........................................................................... 89
6. Games ................................................................................. 91
6.1 How to use key for a game .......................................... 91
6.2 Start games .................................................................. 91
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7. Utilities ................................................................................ 92
7.1 Alarm clock .................................................................. 92
7.2 Calculator ......................................................................93
7.3 Word time ......................................................................93
7.4 Unit converter ............................................................... 94
7.5 Timer ............................................................................ 95
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7.6 Voice recorder .............................................................. 96
7.7 PC sync ........................................................................ 98
8. Settings .............................................................................. 99
8.1 Profile ........................................................................... 99
8.2 Phone ......................................................................... 101
8.3 Display ....................................................................... 102
8.4 Network ...................................................................... 105
8.5 Security ...................................................................... 105
8.6 Modem speed ............................................................ 109
8.7 Memory status ........................................................... 109
8.8 Language ................................................................... 110
8.9 Phone info .................................................................. 110
8.10 Reset settings ........................................................... 110
9. Favorites ........................................................................... 111
10. SIM services ................................................................... 112
Supplement
Phone Information Memo ................................................... 113
Care and Maintenance ....................................................... 114
Technical Data ..................................................................... 116
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Accessories
Before Use
Please check to make sure that you have all the parts shown below.
Handset
User’s Manual
Portable Adapter
Battery
Ear Phones
UBS Data Cable/
CD
CAUTION
• It is recommended that optional accessories
manufactured by LG be purchased for use;
otherwise, any malfunction caused may not entitle
you to recovery.
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Note
• Accessories maybe vary in different regions;please
check with our regional service company or agent
for further enquiries.
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How to insert SIM Card
Before Use
1. Switch off the phone and push up the
attached separation button, while pulling
the battery to separate it from the phone.
(A sudden cutoff may cause
malfunction.)
2. Insert the SIM card into the SIM card
holder. Make sure that the SIM card is
inserted properly and that the golden
contact area on the card is facing
downwards.
To remove the SIM card, hold down the
side of the SIM card toward the top of
the phone and slightly lift the opposite
side of the SIM card.
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How to install Battery
Before Use
1. Position the bottom of battery to
the lower cut of the phone, then
push it until you hear a click.
2. Properly adjust the battery cover
and push it in.
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How to charge the Battery
Before Use
To connect the travel adapter to the phone, you must have installed
the battery.
1. Insert one end of the travel adapter
into the bottom of the phone.
2. Connect the other end of the travel
adapter to an AC wall outlet.
Use only the included packing charger.
Warning
• Do not force the connector as this may damage the phone
and/or the travel adapter.
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How to disconnect the charger
Before Use
Disconnect the travel adapter from the
phone by pressing its side buttons.
Notice
• The battery delivered with your phone has to be fully
charged before using it.
• Do not remove your battery or the SIM card while charging.
• The moving bars of battery icon will stop after charging
completely.
• On charging the phone, you can check the status of battery
by the color of the indicator LED.
[Full charge: Blue, In progress of charging: Red]
Note
• In case of not charging the battery properly...
1. After switching On/Off Power key, please try to recharge it.
2. In case of the battery is attached, please detach it from the
phone. And then place it back, please try to recharge it.
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How to switch On and Off
Before Use
If you experience malfunction while your phone is in use, or your
phone would not switch off, remove and reinsert the battery to switch
it on.
Switching On
Press long E key for about 1 to 2
seconds.
Switching Off
Press long E key for about 3
seconds until you see the ending
graphic.
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Part of the Phone
Before Use
Front of the Phone
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Speaker
Status Icon
Main LCD
OK Key (Center Softkey)
My Menu Hotkey
Profile Hotkey
Menu Key (Left Softkey)
Side Keys
Clear Key
Game Hotkey
Star Key
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15.
16.
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19.
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21.
Camera
Internet Hotkey
Message Hotkey
Search Key (Right Softkey)
Previous Key
Multimedia Hotkey
Camera Hotkey
Alphanumeric Keys
Hash Key
Microphone
Before Use
Sub LCD of the phone
1
5
2
3
4
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2.
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4.
5.
Voice Recording Key (Top)
Camera
External LCD
External Speaker
Antenna
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Key Description
Before Use
The following shows key components of the phone.
Key Shape
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Key Name
Description
Left
Executes various functions according to
Menu explanations.
Right
Executes various functions according to
Search explanations.
OK
Executes various functions according to
Menu selections.
Side Keys
• Control key tone volume when folder is
open at standby display.
• Control Talk volume when the phone is
in Talk mode.
• Enable change of time expression on
the external LCD when folder is closed.
Talk Key
Used for dialing and receiving a call.
End Key
• Used for switching on and off the phone
and ending a call.
• Used for moving to Standby Display.
Previous Key
Moves to previous menu.
Delete Key/
Speaker Phone
• Converts to Speaker Phone while the
phone is in Talk mode. (Available only
when the phone is in Talk mode.)
• Used for deleting expressed alphabets
and numbers.
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Key Shape
Key Name
Description
Internet Hotkey
Enables connect to Internet.
Message Hotkey
1. Moves to the top of Message Menu
when shortly pressed.
2. Moves to the Write Message Menu
when long pressed.
My Menu Hotkey
Moves to the top of My Menu.
Profile Hotkey
Moves to Select Profile Menu.
Multimedia Hotkey
Connects to VOD service.
Camera Key
Moves to Camera Menu.
0-9 Alphanumeric
Keys
Enters alphabets and numbers.
Voice Recording
Key
Moves to Voice Recording Menu.
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Key Description
Before Use
Alphanumeric Keys
The alphabet and numerical keypad mapping relation are listed as
the following table.
Key
Description
.!‘1,-?@_
ABC2ÄÀÁÂÅÆÇabcäàáâãå
DEF3ËÈÉÊdefëèéê
GHIÏÌÍÎ4ghiïìíî
JKL5jkl
MNO6ÑÖÒÓÔmnoñöòóôõ
PQRS7pqrsß
TUV8ÜÙÚÛtuvüùúû
WXYZ9wxyz
0, ø [Space Key]
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Display Information
Before Use
The screen displayed several icons the following describe each of
them you may see on the phone.
Icon
Name
Icon
Name
Vibration Mode
Reject Call
Antenna
New Incoming
Message
Status of GPRS
(Solo in caso di servizio
GPRS disponible e SIM
card abilitata).
No Service Area
Mute
Incoming E-mail
Lock
Auto Answer
Alarm Setting
Power Blinks when
battery is short and
sends out recharge
message where
Time/Date is located.
Hold
Voice Message
Talk
Network Connection
(Internet)
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Display Information
Before Use
Top Menu Icons
Icon
Description
Messages
Call
Multimedia
Internet
Organiser
Games
Utilities
Settings
Favorites
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SIM services (Dependent on SIM card)
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Standby Display
Basic Use
Viewing Menu
1. Open folder and press < [Menu] key.
2. Press U or D key to select the menu desired, and press O
[OK] key to execute. You could also directly execute the menu
desired by pressing the corresponding number of the menu.
3. Press B to move to the preceding phase, and press E to
return to the Standby Display.
Making a Call
Making a voice call
1. Enter telephone numbers with area code at the Standby mode.
2. After entering the numbers, press E key to make the call.
3. Telephone numbers, name, current time, call duration time are
presented on the display.
4. After making the call, press E key or close the folder to end
the call.
Making an international call
1. Press * key two times in sequence or hold this key for a long
time until display “+”.
2. Enter the phone number.
3. Press S [Send] key.
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Standby Display
Basic Use
REFERENCE
• Entering and Saving Numbers
- Shortly pressing C key while entering numbers will
delete numbers sequentially from the last, and long
pressing will delete all numbers.
- Pressing E or B key while entering numbers will
move to the Standby Display.
- Press O [Save] to save the numbers you entered at the
Contacts Registration Display.
• Use Recent calls to Make a Call
- Shortly press S key from the Standby Display and
select a number from the Recent Call List, then press
S key to make a call.
- Long press S key from the Standby Display to dial the
latest call you made or received.
• Conveniently Make a Call
- Use speed dials saved in speed dial from the Standby
Display to make a call or write a message to send.
- Press > [Search] key from the Standby Display to
search for a telephone number, then press S key to
make a call.
- Pressing >[Search] key while the phone is in use will
enable search for other contacts; however, a call cannot
be made from the searched number.
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Basic Use
Receiving a Call
Receiving a Voice Call
1. In case Folder open is set in answer mode, you can get a call by
opening a folder, or you can do it by pressing any keys except
E and C when the folder is already opened.
2. If you set Send key in answer mode, you can get a call only by
pressing S.
3. After the call, press E key to end the call, unless the other
party disconnects the call before you to end the call.
Checking missed call
You can check the number list of missed calls.
1. Missed Call and the number of missed calls are expressed in the
external LCD.
2. Opening the folder will prompt contents of the missed calls and
will move to the Recent Calls.
3. Select missed calls from the Last Call List and press >
[Detail] key to view the caller, telephone numbers and time call
received. (Refer to 10. Last Call List)
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Standby Display
Basic Use
How to use Hotkeys
Use speed dials from the Standby mode to move all menus fast.
(Refer to Key description.)
View Menu
Press < [Menu] key from the standby mode to move to Menu,
then press U or D key to execute various menus.
Searching Contacts
Press > [Search] key from the standby mode to search for
telephone numbers from Contacts and address for sending
message. If you long press the key, Voice dial functions. When you
long press the key, “Say the name after hearing ‘Beep’ sound” is
displayed. Say the name you want to make a call after hearing ‘beep’
sound.
Accessing Internet
Press U key from the standby mode to move to the Internet Menu,
where access to Internet is available. If you long press the key, the
phone attempts to access Home.
Message Menu
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Shortly press R key from the standby mode will directly move to the
Menu. Long press R key will directly move to the Write Message
display, allowing you to write a message immediately.
If you long press the key, the phone moves to SMS write.
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My Menu
Press D key from the standby mode to directly move to My Menu,
where you can add, delete, or edit the menu you desire.
Ring Tone Setting
Press L key from the standby mode to move directly to the Ring
tone Setting, where you can change Ring tone. If you long press the
key, Quiet profile is activated.
Games
Press <game> key to directly move to Games menu.
Multimedia
Press V key from the standby mode to directly move to the VOD
Menu, where you can access VOD service and play video.
Camera
Press P key from the standby mode to directly move to the
Camera Mode, where you can take pictures, record videos, and
recognize the color code.
Voice Recording
Press 1 key at the upper portion of the phone from the standby
mode to immediately record voice.
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Standby Display
Basic Use
How to read received Messages
Icon and letters alerting the message arrival will be expressed in the
external LCD. Reading incoming messages will depend upon how
you preset, and you can change alerting mechanism under Settings
[Menu 1-5].
How to change Display Theme
You can change Clock mode, Image and animation of Display
Theme.
1. To change ‘Time’ or ‘Date format’, select ‘Phone’ from the
Settings menu.
2. To change Clock mode(Analog,Digital,Dual,Normal) or ‘Display
Theme’, select ‘Display’ from the Settings menu and select
‘Screen theme’.
3. If you select ‘Image gallery’ from Multimedia, you can change
Display Theme into Image or Animation.
REFERENCE
• In ‘Screen theme’ menu, you can also change the themes of
Incoming/Outgoing call, Power On/Off.
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Basic Use
How to adjust Keypad tone
Use side keys from the standby mode to adjust volume.
1. Press key on the side of the phone from the standby mode to
increase the volume.
2. Press key on the side of the phone from the standby mode to
reduce the volume.
How to record a voice
In a standby mode, you can record a voice by pressing 1.
1. If you press 1 shortly, the menu is moved to Voice recorder.
2. If you press 1 for a long time, you can record a voice directly.
Recent Calls
You can read and save the latest missed, and received calls.
Read Call List
1. Shortly press S key from the Standby Display.
2. Select the item to read from the Last Call List, then press E
[Detail] key.
3. Read the caller, telephone numbers, and the time call received.
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Standby Display
Basic Use
Saving Phone Numbers
You can save unregistered telephone numbers from the Last Call
List.
1. Select the unregistered telephone numbers form the Last Call
List, then press > [Save] key.
2. Select New name by pressing < [Option], to register a new
name, then select icon to move to the Contact Registration
display.
3. Select Existing Name by pressing < [Option] and register in
Contacts through the Name Search Display to register under an
existing name.
4. After registration, return to the Last Call List.
Deleting Call List
1. Select the item you desire to delete from the Call List, then press
< [Option] key.
2. Select Delete to delete the item you selected.
3. Select Delete All to delete the entire items.
Icons Used in the Last Call List
Incoming Calls
Missed Call
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Outgoing Call
Basic Use
In call menu
1. If you select New call, you can make a call.
2. If you select SMS, you can send a message during a call.
3. If you select Search, you can search phone book entries during
a call.
4. If you select DTMF On/Off, you can set DTMF.
5. If you select Mute On/Off, you can set Mute.
6. If you select Hold, you can hold an active call.
7. If you select Unhold, you can retrieve a held call.
8. If you select End all calls, you can disconnect all calls.
9. If you select Call transfer, you can connect the recipient with
another party.
10. If you select Join calls, you can make a conference call.
11. If you select Release, you can disconnect one of the conference
calls.
12. If you select Participants, you can check all participants in
conference call.
13. If you select Swap, you can swap between an active call and a
held call.
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How to use Fax and Data
Additional Functions
Making and Receiving fax calls
1. Set Baud rate.
2. Connect PC and phone by a data cable.
3. You can activate Fax program in PC.
Making and Receiving data calls
1. Connect PC and phone by a data cable.
2. You can activate Fax program to transfer data.
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Menu Tree
Menu functions
1 Message
3 Multimedia
1 Write
1 Camera
2 Inbox
2 Camcorder
3 Outbox
3 Image gallery
4 Draftbox
4 Media player
5 Settings
6 Templates
7 Emotion
8 Service command
4 Internet
1 Home
2 Bookmarks
3 Push messages
2 Call
4 Settings
1 Call register
5 Go to URL
2 Call divert
6 Clear cache
3 Call duration
4 Call costs
5 GPRS data counter
Note
• Information and specification in this menu is subject to
change without prior notice.
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6 Call settings
Menu Tree
Menu functions
5 Organiser
8 Settings
1 Phone book
1 Profile
2 Schedule
2 Phone
3 To Do
3 Display
4 Memo
4 Network
5 Security
6 Modem speed
7 Memory status
6 Games
8 Language
9 Phone info
10 Reset settings
7 Utilities
1 Alarm clock
9 Favorites
2 Calculator
3 World time
4 Unit converter
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5 Timer
6 Voice recorder
7 PC Sync
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SIM services
Message [Menu 1]
Menu functions
You can use your phone to send short messages, multimedia
messages, and E-mail. You can also manage the received
messages.
Write [Menu 1-1]
You can write a multimedia message, email, or short message to
send or save as draft.
SMS
1. Select a SMS from Write message and press O [OK].
2. Select SMS from among the types of messages to send, then
press O [OK].
3. Select < [Option] and select Template, Emoticon to use the
stored sentences or emoticon while writing a message.
4. You can select picture, animation or sound by pressing O
[Option] and < [Attach].
5. After entering all items, press O [Ok] to move to To Field.
6. You can input phone numbers under To Field and recall the
phone numbers from Phonebook by pressing > [Search].
7. Select < [Done] after inputting phone numbers.
8. Select Send message and press O [OK].
9. Select Save to draft and press O [OK] to save in Draft box.
11. Press Yes if you want to store it.
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10. If message sending is completed, your phone asks whether you
will store the edited message.
Message [Menu 1]
Menu functions
MMS
1. Select MMS from the list of messages to send, then press O
[OK].
2. Select a format from the list to send, then press O [OK].
3. Input phone numbers to To and press D [Down] key. You can
enter more than 1 recipient, and either directly enter or press
> [Search].
4. Select Title to enter title.
5. Select Message, then write a message.
6. To attach an image, select Image and select the image from the
list of images to send, then press O [OK] key.
7. To attach a music file, select Audio, and select the music file
from the list of music files to send, then press O [OK] key.
8. To attach a movie file, select Video and select the video file from
the list of video files to send, then press O [OK] key.
9. After entering all items, press O [Done] key to send the
multimedia message or save temporarily. To view before sending
your message, select Preview.
Icons Used for Writing a Multimedia Message
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Recipient
Animation, Movie
Message Title
Audio
Message
Photo
Menu functions
REFERENCE
What is a Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)?
• Multimedia Message is defined as a messaging service
to send or receive messages by multimedia after
coordinating character, photograph, audio and video. If
you compose the message, select the template and
insert multimedia objects to it. Its composition differs by
the format of the message desired to be sent in terms of
time and space.
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Message [Menu 1]
Menu functions
E-mail
1. Select E-mail from the list of Write, then press O [OK] key.
2. Enter email address or telephone numbers under To, then press
O [OK] key. You can use e-mail addresses and telephone
numbers saved in Phone book.
3. Select Title to enter title.
4. Select Message to write a message.
5. Select Attachment to attach files. Press > [search] and
select Video, Audio, Image, or Voice files.
6. After entering all items, press < [Done] key to send the email
or save temporarily.
Icons for Writing an E-mail Message
Recipient
Message
Message Title
File Attachment
REFERENCE
• Total size of the files attached to an email must be less
than 2 Mbytes.
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Menu functions
How to Use T9
T9 allows you to input text quickly.
Unlike in T9, you only need to press the key with the
corresponding letter once. This is based on a built-in dictionary
to which you can also add new words.
· Writing words by using T9.
1. Start writing a word by using the keys 2 to 9.
Press each key only once for one letter.
To write for instance ‘girl’, press 4, 4, 7, 5.
The characters that you enter appear blocked.
The word changes after each keystroke. Therefore you
shouldn’t pay too much attention to how the word appears
on the display until you have pressed all the appropriate
keys.
To delete a character to the left, press C. To change the
character case, press #. To insert several numbers,
press and hold # and key in the numbers.
Alternatively : Press < [Symbol] and select insert
symbol. Select the desired character and press O.
3. To insert a punctuation mark, press 1 repeatedly until
the desired mark appears.
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2. When you have finished writing the word, check that the
word is correct.
If the word is correct
: Press 0 and write the next
word.
If the word is not correct : Search by scrolling with U ,
D.
Message [Menu 1]
Menu functions
· Adding a new word in the dictionary
When no word is blocked, you can add a new word in the
dictionary in the following key:
1. Press < [option] and select Insert word.
2. Key in the word by using the T9 and press O [OK].
· Changing the language or turning T9 off
1. In the Write menu, press < [Option].
2. Select Dictionary and press O [OK].
3. If you want to change the language used in T9, select the
desired language and press O [OK].
If you want to set T9 off, select Dictionary off Dictionary
off and press O [OK].
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Menu functions
Inbox [Menu 1-2]
Allows you to get Message alert which inform you that you have
received a message or allows to receive and save or delete the
message. In the case of SMS, it shows you the notification
messages or receiving message lists that let you know successful
delivery. View, Delete, Reply, Sending are available.
Icons Used in the Inbox
Unread E-mail
Read Voice Recording
Read E-mail
VMS Recording
Unread Multimedia Message
Push Mail
Read Multimedia Message
File Attachment
Unread Voice Recording
➠
SMS
• Read message
1. Select the desired message from Inbox, and press O [OK].
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2. You can view a long message by scrolling with U, D. If
you press L , R, you can view the contained contents. The
phone can play sound if you select Sound icon. Press <
[Option] to save the desired contents and you can use the
contents when making a message later.
Message [Menu 1]
Menu functions
• Read message option menu
1. Reply
: Replies immediately after viewing the message.
2. Forward
: Forwards a selected message to the other party.
You can modify the message.
3. Get number: If the selected message has the phone numbers
(more than 3 figures), you can extract and save it
in Phonebook. Also, you can call by this number.
4. Delete
: Deletes the message.
• Option menu
Press < [Option] from Inbox.
1. Multiple delete : Press O key to select one or multiple messages,
then press > [Delete] key to delete the
selected messages.
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2. Delete All
: After entering Security code, the phone deletes all
the messages in the inbox.
3. Delete
: Deletes the message.
Menu functions
MMS
• Read message
1. Select Message alert from Inbox, and press O. Then, the
phone will show the lists of Delivery report.
2. Press < [Retrieve] to receive the desired message and
show it. Press O [Stop] to pause, and press O [Play] to
resume.
3. Press > [Delete] to erase the desired message .
• Read message option menu
1. Reply
: Replies immediately after viewing the message.
2. Forward
: Forwards a selected message to the other party.
You can modify the message.
3. Get number : If the selected message has the phone numbers
(more than 3 figures), you can extract and save it
in Phonebook. Also, you can call by this number.
4. Save address : Saves the phone number or e-mail address of a
sender in Phonebook.
5. Delete
: Deletes the selected message.
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Message [Menu 1]
Menu functions
• Option menu
Press < [Option] key from the Inbox.
1. Multiple delete : Press O key to select one or multiple messages,
then press > key to delete the selected
messages.
2. Delete All
: After entering Security code, deletes all the
messages in the inbox.
3. Information : Shows the size of the attachment file and the time
when a message was received.
4. Delete
: Deletes the message.
E-mail
1. Select Option and select Get e-mail list.
2. When you have several registered Email accounts, you can
select an account.
3. Only mail headers will be received.
4. Press O to view the details of the mail headers. Or press
< [Receive] to receive the mail contents.
5. Press < [Option] and select > [Delete] to erase e-mail in
e-mail server and the Phone simultaneously.
6. Press < [Reply] to reply to the sender.
7. If there is an attached file, put cursor on it and press O to open
it. (jpg, gif, mp4 is available)
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Menu functions
• Option menu
Press < [Option] key from the Inbox.
1. Delete
: Deletes the selected message.
2. Delete all
: Deletes only e-mails in Inbox. E-mails in your
phone are all deleted.
3. Get email list : Only mail headers will be received.
REFERENCE
• The maximum mail lists are up to 30.
• The size of received mail is up to 200KB including the
attached file.
Outbox [Menu 1-3]
Deletes or edits sent messages.
SMS
• Read
1. Select a message to delete from Outbox and press O [OK].
2. Press U , D to view a long message, and press L , R to
select the contained contents. If Sound icon is selected, the
sound plays.
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3. Select > [Delete] to delete a message.
Message [Menu 1]
Menu functions
• Option menu
Press < [Option] key from the Outbox.
1. Forward
: Forwards the selected message to the other
party. You can modify the message.
2. Get number : If the selected message has the phone
number(more than 3 figures), you can extract and
save it in a phonebook. Also, you can call by this
number.
3. Delete
: Deletes the message.
• Option
Press < [Option] from Outbox.
1. Edit
: Edits the selected message.
2. Multiple delete : Press O key to select one or multiple messages,
then press > [Delete] key to delete the
desired messages.
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3. Delete all
: Deletes all messages from Inbox. To delete all
messages, Secret code is needed.
4. Delete
: Deletes the message.
Menu functions
MMS
• Read
1. Press O [OK] to view the selected e-mail.
• Read message option menu
1. Forward
: Forwards a selected message to the other party.
You can modify the message.
2. Get number : Extracts the number from the message. Also, you
can call by this number. If you desire to save the
number, move the cursor to the desired number
and press < [Save].
3. Delete
: Deletes a selected message.
• Outbox option menu
Select Inbox and press < [Option].
1. Edit
: Edits a selected message.
2. Multiple delete : Deletes a message or messages. Select one or
multiple messages and press > [Delete].
3. Delete all
: Deleted all messages from Inbox.
4. Delete
: Deletes a selected message.
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Message [Menu 1]
Menu functions
E-mail
1. View an email by pressing O [Select].
2. Select a message you desire to delete and press > [Delete].
• Option menu
Press < [Option] from Inbox.
You can edit or delete a message or messages by the Edit, Delete
and Delete all menu.
Draftbox [Menu 1-4]
Message saved as draft or failed to be sent are saved in Draftbox.
SMS
• Edit
1. Select a message you desire to edit and press O [Select].
2. You can edit and send the message.
• Option
Press < [Option].
1. Multiple delete : Press O key to select one or multiple messages,
then press > [Delete] key to delete the
messages selected.
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2. Delete All
: After entering Security code, deletes all the
messages in the Draft Box.
3. Delete
: Deletes the message.
Menu functions
MMS
• Edit
1. Select a message you desire to edit and press O [OK].
2. Press < [Done] to send the message or save it temporarily.
• Delete
Select a message you desire to delete and press > [Delete].
• Draftbox option menu
1. Multiple delete : Deletes a message or messages. Select one or
multiple messages and press > [Delete].
2. Delete all
: Deleted all messages from Inbox.
3. Information : Shows the size of the attachment file and the time
when the message is received.
4. Delete
: Deletes a selected message.
E-mail
1. Press O [OK] to edit a message.
2. Press > [Delete] to delete a message.
• Option menu
Press < [Option] from Inbox.
You can use the Edit, Delete, and Delete all menu.
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Message [Menu 1]
Menu functions
Settings [Menu 1-5]
Sets matters pertaining to messages.
SMS
• Delivery reports
If you set Yes in this menu, you can check whether your message
is sent to the other party successfully or not.
1. Select Delivery report and press O [Ok].
2. Press On to set Delivery report and press O [Ok]. Press Off to
cancel it already set.
• Message types
Text, Voice, Fax, Paging, X.400, E-mail, ERMES
Usually, the type of message is set to Text type. You can replace
your text with the alternative formats, which are suitable for the
device that will be received the message. Contact your service
provider for the availability of this function.
• Message validity
This network service allows you to set how long your text
messages will be stored at the message center.
• Message center
You can set Service center number when you send a message.
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1. Press O [Ok] and the phone will show Service center
address.
2. Press < [Edit] and write the desired address to set a
new Service center.
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Menu functions
• Pay for reply
When the other party replies to your message, you can pay for
this.
MMS
• Delivery report
- Report request
You can check whether the outgoing message is sent
successfully or not.
- Report allow
You can send a message whether you receive the message or
not.
• Read reply
- Report request
You can check whether the outgoing message is read or not.
- Report allow
You can send a message whether you read an incoming
message or not.
• Auto retrieve
Skips the message alert to directly view the original message.
This network service allows you to set how long your text
messages will be stored at the message center.
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• Validity period
Message [Menu 1]
Menu functions
• Message timer
Sends a mail at an appointment time. Denominated in send
immediately, 1min later, 5 min later, 1Hr later, 1 day later and
1Week later to choose from.
• Acess point
You can select a network to contact your mail server.
1. Access point : You can make a brief description on what this .
explanation
access point is for.
2. Phone number : If you can't use GPRS, Phone number and
Maximum data rate is needed to contact email server.
For more information, contact your service provider.
3. Maximum data rate :
4. Access point : Provides with address of Gateway to contact
name
email server. For more information, contact
your service provider.
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5. User name
: User name to access the access point name.
6. Password
: Password to access the access point name.
7. WAP IP
: Sets primary and secondary address of WAP
Gateway.
8. MMSC
: Sets primary and secondary address of
MMSC.
Menu functions
E-mail account
You can set up to 20 e-mail accounts to use e-mail.
1. Account description : Explains what the account is needed for.
2. POP3 sever IP addr. : The server address to receive e-mail.
3. User name
: User ID and Password to contact POP3
server.
4. Password
: Password to access the e-mail account.
5. SMTP server IP addr. : Input the server address to send e-mail.
(e.g:170.30.52.59)
6. Email address
: You need email address to send email.
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Message [Menu 1]
Menu functions
Info service
Cell Broadcast messages (CB message) are text ones that are sent
by the network to GSM phone users. The network provides general
information such as weather reports, traffic news, tax, pharmacies,
and stock prices. Each type of information has the number;
therefore, you can contact service provider. When you receive CB
message, you can view the submenus below:
• On/Off
You can set whether you receive cell broadcast message or not.
• Channels
If you want to create new topics, press O [OK]. Then, you select
New topics menu by < [Select]. If you have already topics, you
can delete, edit, and activate by pressing < [Option].
• Languages
You can select the language pressing [Mark] or [Unmark]. Then,
the cell broadcast message will be displayed in the language that
you selected.
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Menu functions
Voice mail
If you press < [Option], you can check the following option
menus.
• Add
You can add new voice mail centre number.
• Delete
You can delete the address of voice mail centre.
• Delete all
You can delete all voice mail address.
• Edit
You can edit the address of voice mail centre.
Templates [Menu 1-6]
Adds, edits, or deletes Templates.
1. Select Templates from the Message Menu, then press O [OK]
key.
2. Select the term desired from the Preformatted and Emoticons,
then press O [OK] key.
3. You can view the terms entered.
4. To edit the terms, press < [Option], and select Edit, then
press O [OK].
6. To delete terms, press Option, then press Delete or Delete All.
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5. To add terms, press > [Add], then write a term and press O
[Save] key.
Message [Menu 1]
Menu functions
Emoticon [Menu 1-7]
1. Select Templates from the Message Menu, then press O [OK]
key.
2. Select the term desired from the Preformatted and Emoticons,
then press O [OK] key.
3. You can view the terms entered.
4. To edit the terms, press < [Option], and select Edit, then
press O [OK].
5. To add terms, press > [Add], then write a term and press O
[Save] key.
6. To delete terms, press Option, then press Delete or Delete All.
Service command [Menu 1-8]
You can get service information if you enter the digits that service
centre provided for.
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Call [Menu 2]
Menu functions
You can activate or cancel the function such as call divert, call
settings; in addition, you can check the cost and the duration
regarding call.
Call register [Menu 2-1]
You can check the record of missed, received, and dialled calls only
if the network supports the Calling Line Identification(CLI) within the
service area. In the options of missed calls, received calls, and
dialled numbers you can check:
• You can call by this number.
• You can save the number in the phonebook.
• You can view the date and the time of the call.
• You can edit, delete or save the number from the list in phonebook.
• You can send SMS, MMS, and e-mail by the recorded number.
Missed calls
This menu shows recently missed numbers. You can call by this
number, also save and view date and time in this menu.
Received calls
This menu shows recently received numbers. You can call by this
number, also save and view date and time.
Dialled calls
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This menu shows recently dialed numbers. You can call by this
number, also save and view date and time.
Call [Menu 2]
Menu functions
All calls
You can save the phone number and check the date, time for a call.
Moreover, you can call back to the other party.
Delete records
You can delete the all call records.
Call Divert [Menu 2-2]
The Call divert service allows to divert incoming voice calls, fax calls,
and data calls to another number.
For details, contact your service provider.
1. Press < [Menu] in standby mode.
2. Press for direct access or use and to enter Call divert.
All voice calls
Diverts voice calls unconditionally.
If busy
Diverts voice calls when the phone is in progress.
if no reply
Diverts voice calls which you do not answer.
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If out of reach
Diverts voice calls when the phone is switched off or out of range.
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All fax calls
Diverts to a number with a fax connection unconditionally.
All data calls
Diverts to a number with a PC connection unconditionally.
• The submenus
Call divert menus have the submenus as shown below.
• On
Activates the corresponding service.
- To Voicemail box
Forwards to message center. This function doesn't include All
data calls and All fax calls menus.
- To Phone
Inputs the number for diverting.
• Off
Deactivates the corresponding service.
• View status
Checks the Status of the corresponding service.
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Call [Menu 2]
Menu functions
Call Duration [Menu 2-3]
This function allows you to view the duration of incoming and
outgoing calls. You can clear the duration record by using Reset key
after entering the security code.
Last call
If you press < [Clear], you can delete last call duration.
All calls
If you press < [Clear], you can delete the duration of Last call,
received call, and outgoing call. You need to input Security code.
Received calls
If you press < [Clear], you can delete Received call duration.
You need to input Security code.
Dialled calls
If you press < [Clear], you can delete outgoing call duration. You
need to input Security code.
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Menu functions
Call costs [Menu 2-4]
This network service allows you to check the costs of your last call
costs and all call costs. To clear the counters, you need the PIN 2
Code. You can set the cost limit by pressing On.
Last call
This function allows you to reset the last call costs. You need to input
PIN2 code.
All calls
This function allows you to reset the all call costs. You need to input
PIN2 code.
Cost settings
Changes the conditions to show call costs. Input PIN to set the
conditions of call cost.
• Set call cost
The phone can show the call cost limits in terms of charging units
or the desired currency. Contact your service provider for charging
unit prices.
• Set limit
This network service allows you to limit the costs of your calls to a
selected number of charging units.
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Call [Menu 2]
Menu functions
• On
If you have selected On, the number of remaining units is shown.
You can make and receive charged calls as long as the specified
cost limit is not exceeded. You can set the cost limit by pressing
On.
• Off
If you have selected Off, Call cost limit is canceled.
REFERENCE
• The actual cost invoiced for calls by your service provider
may vary depending upon network features, rounding-off
for billing, taxes, etc.
GPRS data counter [Menu 2-5]
You can check the amount of data transferred over the network via
GPRS. You need security code. If you press < [Option], you can
check the following:
Last sent data
Shows bytes of last sent GPRS data you have sent.
Last received data
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Shows bytes of last receive GPRS data.
All sent data
Shows bytes of all sent GPRS data you have sent.
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All received data
Shows bytes of all sent GPRS data.
Call settings [Menu 2-6]
You can set the menu relevant to a call by pressing [Select] in this
menu.
Call waiting
If this service is enabled, you can accept a waiting (incoming) call.
• Activate
Activating the corresponding service.
• Cancel
Deactivating the corresponding service.
• Check status
Checking the status of the service.
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Call [Menu 2]
Menu functions
Send my number
(network and subscription dependent)
You can send your phone number to the other party dependent on
setting this function.
• Set by network
If you select this, you can send your phone number depending on
two line service such as line 1 or line 2.
• On
If you select this, you can send your phone number to the other
party. That is, your phone number will be displayed on receiver’s
phone.
• Off
If you select this, you can’t send your phone number.
Call reject
You can set or cancel the list to reject an incoming call.
1. If you select Deactivate and press O [OK], the lists existed are
canceled.
2. If you select Reject on list and press > [Setup], you can see
the lists. Press > [Add] to input a phone number you want to
reject.
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3. You can set all the numbers stored in your phone if you select
Reject all and press O [OK].
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Menu functions
Auto answer
If you can’t receive a call, you can set Automatic answer after
ringing.
1. You can set ON/ OFF by pressing L , R key.
2. You can select one of Normal, Diving, or User mode by pressing
U , D key.
3. After selecting a mode, press O [OK] key.
4. If you desire to change or listen the three modes in advance,
press < [Option] and select Listen or Record.
Hold on
You can hold a call temporarily, and then activate answer message.
1. You can set ON/ OFF by pressing L , R key.
2. You can select one of Normal, Diving, or User mode by pressing
U , D key.
3. After selecting a mode, press O [OK] key.
4. If you desire to change or listen the three modes in advance,
press < [Option] and select Listen or Record.
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Call [Menu 2]
Menu functions
Auto redial
• On
When this function is activated, your phone will try to make a call in
case of failing to connect.
• Off
Your phone will not make any attempts to connect the call after
failing to connect.
Answer mode
• On flip open
If you select this menu, you can receive an incoming call by
opening folder. If the folder already is open, you can receive the
call by pressing any key except E [End] and [Reject] key.
• Send key
If you select this menu, you can receive an incoming call by
pressing only S key.
Minute minder
If you select On, you can check the call duration by beep sound
every minute during a call.
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Multimedia [Menu 3]
Menu functions
Offers such functions as camera, movie camera, image gallery, play
audio and video, and VOD service.
Camera [Menu 3-1]
Camera
1. Select Camera, then press O [OK] button.
2. Focus on the subject you desire to capture from the Camera
Standby Mode, then press O [Take] button.
3. Press > [Gallery] button to view the images captured.
REFERENCE
• Images will not be saved and a warning message will appear
when the camera memory capacity is exceeded.
Adjust Size
Adjusts the size of the image to be saved.
1. Press < [Format] button.
2. Select the size of the image to be saved, then press O [OK]
button.
REFERENCE
• Mid Sized Photo
: 176 x 180 (LCD),
• Small Sized Photo : 176 x 144 (QCIF)
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• Large Sized Photo : 352 x 288 (CIF)
Multimedia [Menu 3]
Menu functions
Camcorder [Menu 3-2]
Camcorder
1. Select Camcorder, then press O [OK] button.
2. Focus on the subject you desire to capture from the Camera
Standby Mode, then press O [Rec.] button. Time available for
filming the movie is denoted in the lower portion of the display. To
save the movie after filming, press O [Save] button.
3. Press > [Player] button to view the filmed movie.
REFERENCE
• Filming automatically stops when the movie camera capacity
is exceeded.
Image gallery [Menu 3-3]
Receives and saves images received or filmed from Camera. Select
Image gallery from the Multimedia Menu, then press O [OK]
button.
Viewing Magnified Image
1. Select the small image you intend to view by using U , D ,
L, and R , then press O [OK] button.
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2. Image title will appear in the title line of the display and the
magnified image will show.
3. Use R or L from the Magnified Image Display to view the next
or preceding image.
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Deleting Image
1. Select the image you intend to delete from the Image List, then
press < [Option] button.
2. Select Delete from the Option List, then press O [OK] and ‘Yes’
to delete the image you desire to delete.
3. To delete all images from the Gallery, select Delete All from the
Option List, then press O [OK] button, and select ‘Yes’ to delete
all.
Changing Image of the Standby Display
1. Select the image to use from the Image List, then press <
[Option] button.
2. Select WallPaper from the Option List, then press O [Select]
button. You can use the image you desire as the background
display for the Standby Display.
Changing the Image Title
1. Select the file you intend to change the title of, then press <
[Option] button.
2. Select Rename from the Option List, then press O [OK] button.
3. Enter the new title of the image you intend to change, then press
O [OK].
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Multimedia [Menu 3]
Menu functions
Image File Info
1. Select the image file from the Image List, then press <
[Option].
2. Select File Info from the Option List, then press O [OK].
3. File name and file size of file creation are denoted.
Sending Image File in MMS
You can send the desired image in MMS.
1. Select an image you want and press > [MMS].
2. Key in To, Title, Message and others, then press > [Done].
3. You can send or save or preview the image. (See MMS in Write
[Menu 1-1])
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Menu functions
Media player [Menu 3-4]
Offers play video file, delete, and rename functions.
Audio files supported are MPEG-4 files. Select Media player from
the Multimedia, then press O [OK] button.
Play Video
1. Select the video file you desire to play from the Video File List,
then press O [Play] button.
2. Playing Time is denoted in the lower right portion of the display,
allowing you to view the play in progress from the status bar.
3. Press O [Stop] button to stop playing the video. To replay, press
O [Play] button to resume playing from where it stopped.
4. Press > [List] button to stop playing the video and move to
the Video File List Display.
Moving to the Previous or Next File
1. Press < [Option] button while video is playing, then select
Next File to move to the next file.
2. Press < [Option] while video is playing, then select Previous
File to move to the previous file.
REFERENCE
• Long press button to move to the previous file. Also, long
press to move to the next file.
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• Video files are organized in the sequence of the date of
creation.
Multimedia [Menu 3]
Menu functions
Deleting Video File
1. Select the video file you intend to delete from the Video File List
Display, then press < [Option] button.
2. Select Delete from the Option List, then press O [OK] button
and select ‘Yes’.
3. To delete all video files from the Video File List, select Delete All
from the Option List, then press O [OK] button and select ‘Yes’.
Renaming Video File
1. Select the file you intend to change the name of, then press <
[Option] button.
2. Select Rename from the Option List, then press O [OK] button.
3. Enter the new name of the video file you intend to change, then
press O [Save] button.
Viewing Video File Info
1. Select the video file from the Video File List, then press <
[Option] button.
2. Select File Info from the Option List, then press O [OK] button.
3. File name, and the date of file creation are denoted.
Sending Video File in MMS
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1. Use a multimedia message to send the video file you select from
the Video File List Display.
2. Use a multimedia message to select the video file you intend to
send, then press > [MMS] button.
3. Enter the recipient, message title and others to send the
multimedia message. (See MMS in Write [Menu 1-1])
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Internet [Menu 4]
Menu functions
The phone supports WAP(Wireless Application Protocol). Press
Internet from Top menu or press Internet Hot Key. Then, press
Home.
REFERENCE
What is a Wireless Internet?
• Refers to the wireless accessing to the Internet. The current
accessing methods include modem and wires, whereas the
wireless utilizes the wireless network of the mobile
telecommunication businesses. With your phone, you could
access the Internet to obtain information on games,
entertainment, club activities, securities, news, weather, and
all others any time and any where.
Home [Menu 4-1]
You can connect the defined homepage in the activated profile.
Bookmarks [Menu 4-2]
Scroll to the desired bookmark and press < [Option] key to
operate the following options.
• Connect : Connects to the selected bookmark.
• Add new : Saves a new bookmark manually.
: Edits the title and address of bookmark.
• Delete
: Deletes the selected bookmark.
• Delete all: Deletes all bookmarks.
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• Edit
Internet [Menu 4]
Menu functions
REFERENCE
• If any bookmarks are not saved yet, only "Add new" menu is
available.
Push messages [Menu 4-3]
You can manage an inbox and a message for using push service.
Settings [Menu 4-4]
You have to set the following items before connecting the internet.
You can make up to 5 profiles.
Homepage
This setting allows you to enter the address (URL) of site you want to
use as homepage. You do not need to type “http://” at the front of
each URL the WAP Browser will automatically add it.
IP & Port
You input the IP address and port of the gateway which you want to
connect.
Security
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This option can be set None or Secure depends on the gateway. If
you want to connect Secure, select Secure. If not, you select None.
The gateway should support this option.
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Menu functions
Time out
After setting the limited time (30~300 sec.), the service will be
disconnected if there was no inputting or transferring data.
Bearer
• GPRS
APN
: You input Access point name to connect the
external network.
User ID & Password : You input User ID and password to connect the
gateway.
• CSD
Dial number
: You input the number to connect the gateway.
User ID & Password : You input User ID and password to connect the
gateway.
Baud rate
: You can select the baud rate, 11400 bps or
9600 bps.
Call type
: You can select ISDN or Analogue.
Go to URL [Menu 4-5]
You can move to the site that you want. You need to type URL
address of the site before connection.
The contents of Cache memory will be removed.
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Clear cache [Menu 4-6]
Organiser [Menu 5]
Menu functions
Phone book [Menu 5-1]
You can search or add phone numbers and corresponding names.
You can also give each person ring tone and photo image. Speeddial allows you to dial the numbers easily. You can also access this
menu through Organisers.
Add new
You can add new entry to the phone book by using this function.
1. Select Add new from the Menu, then press O [OK] key.
2. Move to Name, and then input name.
3. Move to Number/E-mail, then enter contacts and icons. You
could enter more than one contact or e-mail.
4. To designate speed dials, press < [Option] and select "Speed
dial". Select an empty speed-dial and press O [OK]. You could
either change or cancel speed dials.
5. Move to Group and select one.
6. Move to Memo and write a memo.
7. Move to Image and press > [Select], then you could
designate the saved image, directly record, or designate the
saved image.
8. Move to Bell and press > [Select], then select the ring sound
you desire.
9. Press O [Save] to toggle between the phone and SIM memories.
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REFERENCE
• To delete all numbers and letters you are entering, long
press C key.
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Icons for Registering Contacts
Name
Memo
Telephone Number
Image
E-mail
Ring
Group
Icons for Telephone Numbers
Telephone Number
Office
Mobile Phone
Pager
Home
Fax
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Organiser [Menu 5]
Menu functions
Search
Allows you to search by name, contact number, and group.
• Name
1. Select Search from the Menu.
2. Press L or R key to select Name, then enter name and press
O [OK] key.
3. All the names in the mobile phone and SIM are searched.
4. To view the details of the contact, select the name from the
search result list and press O [OK]. Press O [OK] to return to
the search result list.
• Group
1. Select Search from the Menu.
2. Press R or L to select Group, then select a group
and press O[OK].
3. All the contact numbers in the mobile phone and SIM are
searched.
4. To view the details of the contact, select the name from the
search result list and press O [OK]. Press O [OK] to return to
the search result list.
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Menu functions
• Contact
1. Select Search from the Menu.
2. Press R or L to select Contact, then enter contact
number/emails and press O [OK].
3. All the contact numbers/emails in the mobile phone and SIM are
searched.
4. To view the details of the contact, select the name from the
search result list and press O [OK]. Press O [OK] to return to
the search result list.
• Searching All Contact Numbers
1. Select Search from the Menu, then press O [OK].
2. Press R or L to select Name or Contact.
3. Press O [OK] without entering any searching word.
4. All contact numbers are denoted.
• Making a Call with the Searched Number
1. Once you have found the required entry, press the S to dial
the number.
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Organiser [Menu 5]
Menu functions
• Editing, Sending, Copying, and Moving Contact Number
Press < [Option] for various functions.
1. Edit
: Edits details of contact number.
2. Send Message : Sends a drafted multimedia, email, and favorite
message to the intended contact number.
3. Copy
: Copies the selected contact number to SIM or
phone.
4. Move
: Moves the selected contact number to SIM or
phone.
Caller Groups
1. Select Caller Groups, and then press O [OK].
2. You can add a new group by pressing < [Option].
3. If you want to delete a group, press < [Option], and then
select Delete.
4. If you want to edit a group, press > [Option], and then select
Modify.
5. If you want to set a group ring tone, press < [Option], and
then select Group melody.
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Speed dial
To make calls with convenience, you could designate a speed dial to
frequently used directory numbers.
• Viewing Details of Speed Dial
1. Select Speed dial from the Menu, then press O [OK].
2. To view details of speed dial, select an item in speed dial list
and press O [OK].
• Assigning Speed dials
1. Select Speed dial from the Menu, then press O [OK].
2. Select the available speed dial number and press >
[Assign].
3. Select a directory number to designate the speed dial and press
O [OK].
• Canceling and Moving Speed dials
1. Select Speed dials from the Menu, then press O [OK].
2. To cancel existing speed dials, select the speed dials you desire
to delete, then press < [Option] and select Delete.
3. To cancel all existing speed dials, select Delete all.
4. To move existing speed dials, select Move and select the
number to move.
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Organiser [Menu 5]
Menu functions
Clear phonebook
Allows you to delete all contacts stored in your mobile phone and
SIM card.
1. Select Clear Phonebook, then press O [OK].
2. To delete all contacts stored in your mobile phone, select Clear
Phonebook and SIM card. And then enter Phone code.
3. To delete all contacts in your SIM card, select Clear Phonebook
and SIM Card. And then enter PIN for the SIM card.
Service dial number
You can check the Service dial numbers set by your service
operator.
Copy all
Allows you to cross copy contacts between your mobile phone’s
memory and the SIM card.
1. Select Copy all from the Menu, then press O [OK].
2. Select Phone to SIM or SIM to Phone and enter PIN or Phone
code.
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Menu functions
Move all
Allows you to move names and numbers from the phone’s memory
to the SIM card’s memory and vice versa.
1. Select Move all from the Menu, then press O [OK].
2. Select Phone to SIM or SIM to Phone and enter PIN or Phone
code.
Own number
You can check your own number in SIM card.
Schedule [Menu 5-2]
Allows organize your schedule, repeat the schedule and set the
alarm.
View Schedule
1. Select Schedule from Organiser, then press O [OK] button.
2. Press U or D or L and R key to select the viewing date,
and press O [OK] button.
3. Select the schedule you desire from the Schedule List as per
corresponding date.
4. You can view the title, time, repetition and alarm setting.
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Organiser [Menu 5]
Menu functions
REFERENCE
• The date that you’ve already set is underlined and displayed
how many schedules are set on the day.
You can also jumps to the day you want to view:
• 1 : Previous day
• 3 : Next day
• 4 : Previous month
• 6 : Next month5
• 5 : Today
• 7 : Last year
• 9 : Next year
Scheduler Icons
Title
Time
Repetition
Alarm
Ring Tone
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Menu functions
Add
1. Select Schedule from Organiser, then press O [OK].
2. Select the date you desire to add a schedule, then press >
[Add].
3. Select Subject to create a schedule.
4. Select Time to enter time.
5. Select Repeat, then select from among No repeat, Daily,
Weekly, Monthly, and Yearly.
6. Select Alarm, then select from among No Alarm, On time,
Before 15 mins, Before 30 mins, Before 1 hour, Before 1 day,
Before 3 days, and Before 1 week.
7. Select Ring Tone, then select type of Ring.
8. Press O [OK] key to add the schedule.
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Organiser [Menu 5]
Menu functions
Monthly schedule
1. Select Schedule from Organiser, then select the date you desire
to add a schedule, and press < [Option].
2. Today
: Views today’s date. Select Today, then press O
[OK] key.
3. Go to date : Jumps to a specific date.
Enter the desired date, then press O [OK] key.
4. Search
: Enter the words you want to search, then press O
[OK] key.
5. Delete
: Select Delete past to delete all the past schedules.
To delete schedules for a specific time period, select
Multiple delete. To delete all schedules, select
Delete all, then enter PIN.
6. Holiday
: You can set a temporary holiday to be reflected in
the schedule.
REFERENCE
• For the preset holiday, Holiday will appear as Reset
holiday, while selecting Reset holiday will cancel the
holiday scheduled.
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Menu functions
To Do [Menu 5-3]
Allows you to add, edit, and delete a note for a task to be done.
View
1. Select To Do from Organiser, then press O [OK]. The previous
notes are shown in orange color.
2. Select the desired note from the To Do list to view the details.
3. Press O [OK] key to return to the List.
4. If the To do list is empty, press “Press Add to add new work” is
displayed.
5. If empty, press < [Calendar] to view the current calendar and
press > [Add] to add a note.
Add
1. Press > [Add] to add a note.
2. Select and key in Job to do.
3. Select Due date, then enter the period. If you don’t enter Due
date, the current date is automatically set.
4. Select Memo to draft a memo.
5. To enter some symbols, press > [Symbol].
6. Press O [Save] key to save the note. You can not save the note
without keying in Job to do.
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Organiser [Menu 5]
Menu functions
Option menu
1. Select To Do from the To Do List, then press < [Option] key.
2. Delete
: Deletes the selected note
3. Delete All
: Deletes all the notes.
4. Done/Not yet : Shows whether the task is done. If the task is not
Done, the arrow will appear on the note. If the task
is done, Not yet is shown. If you select Not yet, the
arrow will disappear.
5. View Calendar : Shows the current month calendar.
6. Add
: Adds a note.
REFERENCE
• Completed To Dos are not applicable to the use of
Complete option.
• Incomplete To Dos are not applicable to the use of Cancel
Complete option.
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Menu functions
Memo [Menu 5-4]
Allows you to save, delete, and edit a memo.
View
1. Select Memo from Organiser, O [OK].
2. Select the memo you desire to, then press O [OK].
Add
1. Press > [Add] key from the Memo Box list or select Add from
the Option menu.
2. Write a memo, then press O [Save] key to save the Memo.
Delete
1. Select the memo you desire to delete, then press < [Option].
2. Select Delete to delete the memo.
3. Select Delete all and input Security code to delete all memos in
the list.
4. Select the displayed memo, press > [Delete].
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Organiser [Menu 5]
Menu functions
Edit
1. Select a memo you desire to edit from the Memo Box list, then
press O [OK] key.
2. Press < [Edit] key to edit the memo you selected.
Set memo
1. Select a memo you desire to change and press < [Option].
2. Select Lock to change Memo into Secret memo.
3. Select Unlock to change Secret memo into Memo. Input security
code to change Secret memo into Memo.
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Games [Menu 6]
Menu functions
How to use key for a game
1
2
3
1. Navigation key : You can move the menu.
2. Confirm key
: You can select the menu.
3. Numeric keys
: You can activate Running and Jumping on a
game.
Start games
1. Press Start Game to start a new game.
2. Press Option to change the settings for the selected game.
3. Press Hall of Fame to view the highest scores.
4. Press Exit to end the selected game.
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Utilities [Menu 7]
Menu functions
Offers useful functions such as alarm clock, calculator, world time,
unit converter, timer, and preformatted box.
Alarm clock [Menu 7-1]
1. Select Alarm clock from Utilities, then press O [OK] button.
2. Current time is denoted, which you should take note of when
setting your alarm.
3. Press L or R button, or press < [Setup] button to select
from ‘On’ and ‘Off’ alarm.
4. Enter time for alarm to go on.
5. Press L or R press < [Setup] button to select from 5
different modes.
6. Press L or R press < [Setup] button to select the ring
tone.
7. Press O [OK] button to save the alarm settings.
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Menu functions
Calculator [Menu 7-2]
Allows you to perform addition (+), subtraction (–), multiplication (x),
and division (÷).
1. Select Calculator from Utilities, then press O [OK] button.
2. Number : Enter numbers.
3. +,-,*,÷ : Press R (+), L (–), U (x), and D (÷).
4. Decimal : Press <[.].
5. Brackets : Press
or
.
6. Posivie/Negative number : Press V to convert between
positive number and negative number.
7. Result : Press O [=].
8. Initializing : Press >[Reset] to initialize
9. Using the previous working : Press O[OK] when the display
shows the result.
10. Using the working result : Press R (+),L (-), U (x), D
(÷) when the display shows the result.
World time [Menu 7-3]
Allows you to view time clocks of the world’s major cities.
1. Select World time from Utilities, then press O [OK] button.
2. Press R, L to view the time clocks of the world’s major cities.
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Utilities [Menu 7]
Menu functions
Unit converter [Menu 7-4]
Allows you to convert units for foreign currency exchange rate,
length, area, weight, and volume.
Currency
1. Select Unit converter from Utilities, then press O [OK] button.
2. Select Currency.
3. Press U or D to select Domestic or Foreign to enter value.
4. Press > [Unit] button to enter exchange rate.
5. Press O [OK] button to view the conversion value.
6. To reenter, press < [Reset] button, then enter the item again.
Length, Area, Weight, and Volume
1. Select Unit converter from Utilities, then press O [OK] button.
2. Select one from among Length, Area, Weight, and Volume from
the Unit Converter List.
3. Press U or D to select one item for the conversion basis,
then enter value.
4. Press > [Unit] button to select the unit you desire to convert.
5. Press O [OK] button to view the converted value.
6. To reenter, press < [Reset] button, then enter the item again.
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Menu functions
Timer [Menu 7-5]
Allows you to use, D-Day Counter, and Stopwatch.
D-day counter
Denotes the number of remaining days for a specific event.
1. Select D-day counter from the Timer List, then press O [Select]
key.
2. Select the event you desire, then press O [OK] key to view the
number of remaining days.
3. To delete the corresponding event or all events, press
< [Option] key from the D-day Count List, then select Delete
or Delete All.
4. To add an event, press > [Add] key from the D-day Count
List.
5. To edit, select the corresponding event from the D-day Count List,
then press O [Select] key, and press < [Edit] key to edit the
corresponding event. Rename Voice File
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Utilities [Menu 7]
Menu functions
Stopwatch
Allows you to perform the stopwatch function.
1. Select Stopwatch from the Timer list, then press O [OK] key.
2. Press O [Start] key to start the stopwatch.
3. Press < [Lap] key while the stopwatch is in operation to
record time.
4. Press O [Stop] key to pause the stopwatch.
5. Press O [Start] key when the stopwatch is in pause to operate it
again.
6. Press > [Reset] key to start from the beginning.
7. Press > [Record] from the initial display to view the records
prior to the initialization.
Voice recorder [Menu 7-6]
Recording voice
1. If you want to record a voice, > [Record] press or press <
[Option], and then select Record.
2. Start voice recording.
3. If you want to finish recording, press O [Stop].
4. If you want to cancel recording, press > [Cancel].
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Renaming Voice File
1. Select the file you intend to change the name of , then press
< [option] button.
2. Select Rename from the Option List, then press O [OK] button.
3. Enter the new name of the Voice file you intend to change,then
press O [Save] Button.
Playing a voice record
1. Press O [Play].
2. If you stop playing, press > [Stop].
Deleting a vocie record
1. Select the voice record which you want to delete.
2. Press < [Option].
3. Select Delete, and then press O [Yes].
4. If you want to delete all voice records, select Delete all, and then
press O [Yes].
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Utilities [Menu 7]
Menu functions
PC sync [Menu 7-7]
PC sync is a program for data exchange PC and a phone by a data
cable.
• Data Exchange
1. Select PC sync from the Utilities menu and press O [OK].
2. Start data exchange by pressing O [Start].
• Check Log
1. Select PC sync from the Utilities menu and press O [OK].
2. Check the data exchange record by pressing > [Log].
3. Press R or L to check the data exchange information
recorded by time.
• Selecting the way of sending
1. Select PC sync and press O [OK].
2. Press < [Set] and select UART or IrDA, then press O
[OK].
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Settings [Menu 8]
Menu functions
Allows you to set time, date, display and security for your phone, in
addition to setting language, call list and other matters pertaining to
the video telephony call.
Profile [Menu 8-1]
Allows you to set ring tones, message alert, key tones
General
Press O [OK] to select General.
Quiet
Press O [OK] to select Quiet.
Car
Press O [OK] to select Car.
Meeting
Press O [Ok] to select Meeting.
Note
• If you connect headset or handsfree kit to a phone, each
profile menu related to them will be displayed automatically.
Press O [OK] to select Loud.
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Loud
Settings [Menu 8]
Menu functions
User define
You can set your own profile.
• A Group of Setup submenus
Personalise menu have the submenus as shown below.
- Alert by
Allows to set the incoming call alert type for adjusting
environment. Ring, Vibration, Ring & vibration, Ring after
vibration, Ring once, Beep once.
- Ring tone
Allows to set the ring tone for adjusting environment.
- Ring volume
Allows to set the ring volume for adjusting environment.
- Message alert
Allows to alert when receiving a message for adjusting
environment.
- Warning tone
Allows to set the warning tone.
- Alert for
Allows you to set the incoming alert tone for each call, group call,
or all calls.
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- Keypad tone
Allows you to set the keypad tone to adjust environment.
- Keypad volume
Allows to set the keypad volume for adjusting environment.
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Phone [Menu 8-2]
You can activate the function regarding a phone itself.
Time
1. Select Time from Phone, then press O [OK] key.
2. Enter the number you want to set the time.
3. Move to time format by pressing D.
4. Select 12 hour or 24 hour you want by pressing L, R.
5. Press O [OK].
Date
1. Select Date from Phone, then press O [OK] key.
2. Enter the number you want to set the date.
3. Move to date format by pressing D .
4. Select DD/MM/YYYY, MM/DD/YYYY or YYYY/MM/DD you want
by pressing L, R.
Y: Year
M: Month
D: Day
5. Press O [OK].
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Settings [Menu 8]
Menu functions
Current profile setup
You can change the current profile setup in this menu.
For the details, refer to Menu 8-1-4.
Cell information
You can check the information concerning cell in this menu.
1. Select Cell information service by pressing > [Select].
2. You can set On/ Off by pressing U, D.
3. Press O [OK].
Display [Menu 8-3]
Allows you to set such values as backlight, contrast, theme, initial
display title and others. To set your display, select Display from the
Phone Management List, then press O [OK] key
Backlight
Allows you to set lighting functions such as backlight and others. To
set lighting, select Backlight from the Display Setting List, then press
O [OK] key.
• Main LCD
1. Select Main LCD from the User Setting List, then press O
[OK] key.
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2. Select Time zone, then enter the hours. For the hours entered,
backlight of the Main LCD will operate.
3. Select Always On to allow that backlight of the Main Display is
always on.
4. Select Always Off to allow that backlight of the Main Display is
always off.
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• Sub LCD
1. Select Sub LCD from the User Setting List, then press
O [OK] key.
2. Select Duration, then enter lighting time for the external display.
Lighting time runs from 1 to 5 seconds.
3. Select Always Off to allow that backlight of the external display
is always off.
• Keypad
1. Select Keypad from the User Setting List, then press O [OK]
key.
2. Setting Keypad Lighting follows the same procedures as those
for the Main Display.
• Level
You can select the level of the brightness.
Contrast
Allows you to adjust the display contrast.
1. Select LCD contrast from the Display Setting List, then press O
[OK] key.
2. Press L, R key to adjust the display contrast.
3. Press O [OK] key to set to the selected display contrast.
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Settings [Menu 8]
Menu functions
Screen theme [Menu 8-3-3]
Allows you to set the Display Theme. You could set your display
them under Idle mode, Incoming call, Outgoing call, Power On,
and Power Off. Themes are selected from the Image Gallery.
1. Select Screen theme from the Display Setting List, then press
O [OK] key.
2. Select the adjustment of wallpaper: Standby, Incoming call,
Outgoing call, Send message, Power on or Power off.
3. Press L, R, U and D key to select the image or
animation.
REFERENCE
• Press > [View] to increase the image.
Standby title
Allows you to select title for the initial display of your phone.
• Standby title
You can set the standby title display or not. If you select On, you
can write a message that will display when you switch on a phone.
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Menu functions
Network [Menu 8-4]
You can select the network, which you will be registered either
automatically or manually. Usually, the network selection is set
Automatic.
Automatic
If you select Automatic mode, the phone will automatically search for
and select a network for you. Once you have selected Automatic,
the phone will be set to Automatic even though the power is off and
on.
Manual
If you choose Manual, the phone will display the available network
lists and attempt to select the network you desire. The phone let you
select a network again if the phone fail to attemp. If you switch off
and on the phone, the phone will be set to Automatic.
Security [Menu 8-5]
1. Select PIN code request in Security menu, and then press O
[OK].
2. Set ON/Off. If you set On, you have to enter PIN code when you
switch on the phone.
3. Enter the current PIN code, and the press O [OK].
5. You can enter PUK code up to ten times. If you input wrong PUK
code over 10 times, you can’t use your phone.
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4. If you enter wrong PIN code over three times, you can’t use the
current code. If PIN is blocked, you have to enter PUK code.
Settings [Menu 8]
Menu functions
Fixed dial number
You can restrict your outgoing calls to selected phone numbers. The
numbers are protected by your PIN2 code.
1. If the PIN 2 code is correct, you can view the following submenus.
On
: You can restrict your outgoing calls to selected phone
numbers.
Off
: you can call without restricting phone numbers.
Number list : you can view fixed dial numbers.
2. If you desire to change Number list or FDN scroll with U, D
to the list you want and press O [Setup].
Call barring
The Call barring service prevents your phone from making or
receiving certain category of calls. This function requires the call
barring password. You can view the following submenus.
• All outgoing:
The barring service of all outgoing calls.
• International
The barring service of all outgoing international calls.
• International calls except home country
The barring service of all international outgoing calls except home
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• All incoming
The barring service of all incoming calls.
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Menu functions
• Incoming when abroad
The barring service of all incoming calls when roaming.
How to activate or cancel the function
1. To activate the function, you press O [On].
2. To cancel the function, you press > [Off].
How to check the current status and cancel all call barring services
1. After select the function, you press < [Option].
2. You can cancel all call barring services whe you press O key.
Closed user group
(network dependent)
Use this function to restrict usage of the phone calls with numbers
that belong to certain user groups. When this function is used every
outgoing call is associated with a group index. If a group index is
specified, it is used for all outgoing calls. If no group index is
specified, the network will use the preferential index (a specific index
that is stored in the network).
A. Standard : Setting the selected CUG Index.
B. On
: Set CUG Index.
C. Off
: Cancel CUG function.
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Settings [Menu 8]
Menu functions
Change codes
Allows you to change PIN Code, PIN2 Code, Security code, and
Barring password.
• PIN Code/PIN2 code
PIN is an abbreviation of Personal Identification Number, used to
prevent use by any uncertified person.
1. Select Change codes from the Security Setting List, then press
O [OK] key.
2. You enter the current PIN/ PIN2 code. If you input wrong codes
more than 3 times, you have to enter PUK/ PUK2 code to
unblock PIN.
3. The number of trials of PUK/PUK2 is limited to 10, whereas any
failure in excess of that number of trials will invalidate even PUK
and restrict the use of your phone.
4. Correct entry of your PIN Code will allow you to change your
existing PIN Code.
• Security code
Used to change PIN for your phone. Unlike PIN Code or PIN2
Code, there is no limitation on the number of trials for the entry of
PIN.
• Barring password
Used to change call barring password.
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Menu functions
Modem speed [Menu 8-6]
speed[Menu 8-6-1]
• GPRS
You can set 115200 baud rate to connect TE modem.
• CSD
You can set 19200 baud rate to connect TE modem.
Connection[8-6-2]
• IrDA
Sets to IrDA to connect modem.
• UART
Sets to UART to connect modem.
Memory status [Menu 8-7]
Allows you to view all memory capacity in use.
Select Memory status from the Phone Management List, then press
O [OK] key.
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You can check the used memory for voice memo, voice tag, inbox,
outbox, phone book, to do, and memo.
Settings [Menu 8]
Menu functions
Common memory
You can check the used memory for iamge, video, animation,
download contents such as ring tone, java applicaiton, and EMS
contents.
When you download melody, you can save up to 10 melodies. If the
memory is full, the phone will delete the oldest memory.
MMS, E-mail
You can check the used memory for MMS and E-mail.
Language [Menu 8-8]
Allows you to select the language for your phone.
1. Select Language from the Phone Management List, then press
O [OK] key.
2. Press O [OK] key or numeric keys to select the language you
desire.
Phone info [Menu 8-9]
1. Select Phone info menu, and then press O [OK].
2. You can check the current S/W version of the phone.
Reset settings [Menu 8-10]
Allows you to initialize all factory defaults.
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1. Select Reset settings from the Phone Management List, then
press O [OK] key.
2. Press O [OK] key to select Yes or No.
3. Enter PIN if you select Yes, then press O [OK] key to initialize
all factory defaults.
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Favorites [Menu 9]
Menu functions
Allows you to take advantage of easy, convenient functions for
connecting to the menu of your choice without detouring through
other routes. You could select from 9 different types and adjust
numbers for My Menu.
1. Press > [Add] key to register menu. The same menu could
not be repeatedly registered, and the set menu will not allow
registration again. Press > [Change] key to change to other
menus.
2. Press < [Option] key to select from among Delete, Delete all,
and Information, Add/Change.
3. Select Delete to delete the menu selected.
4. Select Delete All to delete the entire menus registered. Select
Position Info to view the routes of the menu selected.
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SIM services [Menu 10]
Menu functions
Your service provider can offer special application through SIM card,
such as home banking, stock market, etc. If you are registered for
one of these services, the service name will appear at the end of the
Main Menu. For more information contact your service provider.
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Phone Information Memo
Supplement
Model Name
G8000
Date of Purchase
Place of Trade Name
Purchase Telephone Number
Serial Number
Telephone Numbers
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• Thank you for purchasing our products manufactured by LG
Electronics.
• Forms and functions of our products may be subject to change
without prior notice to user.
• This product does not come together with any extra device or
mechanism, resulting in the modification or change in performance
as officially registered.
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Care and Maintenance
When using this unit, basic safety precautions as below
should be always followed.
Do not touch the adapter with wet hands.
Do not disassemble this unit. (Take it to a qualified service
technician when repair work is required.)
Away from electrical appliance such as a TV, radio or personal
computer.
The unit should be situated from heat sources such as radiators
or cookers.
Do not drop.
Do not subject this unit to mechanical vibration or shock.
The coating of the phone may be damaged if covered with wrap
or vinyl wrapper.
Use dry cloth to clean the exterior of the unit. (Do not use solvent
such as benzene, thinner or alcohol.)
Do not subject this unit to excessive smoke or dust.
Do not keep the phone next to credit cards or transport tickets; it
can be affect the information on the magnetic strips.
Do not tap the screen with a sharp object; otherwise, it may
damage the phone.
Do not expose the phone to liquid or moisture.
Use the accessories like an earphone cautiously. Do not touch the
antenna unnecessarily.
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■ Caring for the Battery
You do not need to completely discharge the battery before
recharging. Unlike other battery systems, there is no memory
effect that could compromise the battery’s performance.
Use only LG batteries and chargers. LG chargers are designed
to maximize the battery life.
Do not disassemble or short-circuit the battery pack.
Keep the metal contacts of the battery pack clean.
Replace the battery when it no longer provides acceptable
performance. The battery pack may be recharged hundreds of
times until it needs replacing.
Recharge the battery if it has not been used for a long time to
maximize usability.
Do not expose the battery charger to direct sunlight or use it in
high humidity, such as the bathroom.
Do not leave the battery in hot or cold places, this may
deteriorate the battery performance.
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Technical Data
General
Product Name : G8000
System
: GSM 900/DCS 1800
Ambient Temperatures
Max : +55°C
Min : -10°C
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