KC550 User Guide
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KC550
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Some of the contents in this manual may
differ from your phone depending on the
software of the phone or your service
provider.
KC550 User Guide
Congratulations on your purchase of the
advanced and compact KC550 phone by LG,
designed to operate with the latest digital
mobile communication technology.
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YOUR STANDBY SCREEN
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THE BASICS
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GET CREATIVE
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GET ORGANISED
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BROWSER
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SETTINGS
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ACCESSORIES
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Contents
01 SET UP
Getting to know your phone ....................... 8
Open view ................................................. 9
Installing the SIM and battery .................. 10
Memory card ........................................... 13
Installing a memory card ........................ 13
Removing the memory card.................... 13
Formatting the memory card .................. 13
Menu map ............................................... 14
02 YOUR STANDBY SCREEN
Your standby screen ................................ 15
The quick keys ...................................... 15
The main menu ..................................... 15
The status bar ....................................... 16
03 THE BASICS
Calls ........................................................ 17
Making a call......................................... 17
Making a call from your contacts ............ 17
Answering and rejecting a call ................ 17
Adjusting the call volume ...................... 18
Speed dialling........................................ 18
Viewing your call logs ............................ 18
Using call divert ..................................... 19
Using call barring................................... 19
Changing the call settings ...................... 20
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Contacts .................................................. 21
Searching for a contact .......................... 21
Adding a new contact ............................ 21
Contact options ..................................... 21
Adding a contact to a group ................... 22
Renaming a group ................................. 22
Adding a picture to a contact .................. 22
Copying your contacts to your SIM .......... 23
Deleting all your contacts ....................... 23
Viewing information ............................... 23
Messaging ............................................... 24
Messaging ............................................ 24
Sending a message ............................... 24
Entering text .......................................... 25
Setting up your email ............................. 26
Sending an email using your new
account................................................. 27
Message folders .................................... 27
Managing your messages ...................... 28
Using templates..................................... 28
Changing your text message settings ...... 29
Changing your multimedia message
settings ................................................. 29
Changing your email settings ................. 30
Changing your other settings .................. 30
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FM radio .................................................. 41
Using the FM radio ................................ 41
Camera.................................................... 31
Searching for stations ............................ 41
Taking a quick photo .............................. 31
Resetting channels ................................ 41
After you’ve taken your photo ................. 31
Listening to the radio ............................. 41
Getting to know the viewfinder................ 32
Using the quick settings ......................... 32 Voice recorder ......................................... 42
Using the voice recorder ........................ 42
Using the flash ...................................... 33
Recording your voice memo ................... 42
Changing the image size ........................ 33
Sending a voice recording ...................... 42
Viewing your saved photos ..................... 34
Using the muvee studio ......................... 42
Setting a photo as Wallpaper
or Picture ID .......................................... 34 My stuff ................................................... 43
Images.................................................. 43
Video camera........................................... 35
Images options menu............................. 43
Shooting a quick video ........................... 35
Sending a photo .................................... 44
After you’ve shot your video ................... 35
Organising your images ......................... 44
Getting to know the viewfinder................ 36
Deleting an image ................................. 44
Using the quick settings ......................... 36
Deleting multiple images ........................ 44
Watching your saved videos ................... 37
Creating a slide show............................. 45
Adjusting the volume when
Sounds ................................................. 45
viewing a video ...................................... 37
Using a sound ....................................... 45
MP3 player .............................................. 38
Videos .................................................. 45
MP3 player ........................................... 38
Watching a video ................................... 45
Transferring music onto your phone ........ 38
Using options while video is paused ....... 46
Playing a song ....................................... 38
Sending a video clip............................... 46
Using options while playing music........... 38
Video options menu ............................... 46
Creating a playlist .................................. 39
Documents............................................ 47
Playing a playlist .................................... 39
Viewing a document .............................. 47
Editing a playlist .................................... 39
Others .................................................. 47
Deleting a playlist .................................. 40
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External memory ................................... 47
Using your phone as a mass
storage device ....................................... 47
Transferring a file to your phone ............. 48
Sending and receiving your files using
Bluetooth .............................................. 49
Games and Apps...................................... 50
Games and Apps ................................... 50
Playing a game...................................... 50
Viewing applications .............................. 50
Changing the network profile .................. 50
M-Toy ................................................... 50
05 GET ORGANISED
Organiser................................................. 51
Adding an event to your calendar ........... 51
Editing a calendar event ......................... 51
Sharing a calendar event........................ 52
Adding a memo ..................................... 52
Tools ....................................................... 53
Setting your alarm ................................. 53
Using your calculator ............................ 53
Using the stopwatch .............................. 53
Converting a unit ................................... 54
Adding a city to your world clock ............ 54
SIM services.......................................... 54
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06 BROWSER
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Browser .................................................. 55
Accessing the web................................. 55
Adding and accessing your
bookmarks ............................................ 55
Saving a page ....................................... 56
Accessing a saved page......................... 56
Viewing your browser history ................. 56
Changing the web browser settings ........ 56
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07 SETTINGS
Settings .................................................. 57
Changing your profiles ........................... 57
Personalising your profiles...................... 57
Changing your date & time ..................... 57
Changing the language .......................... 57
Changing your display settings ............... 57
Changing your security settings .............. 58
Using flight mode................................... 58
Resetting your phone ............................. 59
Viewing memory status .......................... 59
Changing your Bluetooth settings............ 59
Changing your connectivity settings ........ 59
Pairing with another Bluetooth device ..... 60
Using a Bluetooth headset ...................... 60
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Accessories ............................................. 61
Network service....................................... 62
Technical data ......................................... 62
General ................................................ 62
Ambient Temperatures .......................... 62
Guidelines for safe and efficient use ....... 64
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Getting to know your phone
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Charger, cable,
handsfree connector
Main screen
Clear key
Deletes a character
with each press.
Use this key to
go back to the
previous screen.
Call key
Dials a phone
number and answers
incoming calls.
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Memory
card slot
Volume key
Camera
End/Power key
Ends or rejects a call.
Turns the phone on/off.
Returns to the standby screen when
you use the menu.
Open view
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Mirror
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Battery cover
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Flash
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Camera lens
Battery cover
release latch
Memory card slot
Battery
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Installing the SIM and battery
1 Remove the battery cover
Press the battery cover release latch. The
battery cover should lift off easily.
2 Remove the battery
Lever the bottom edge of the battery
and remove it carefully from the battery
compartment.
WARNING: Do not remove the battery
when the phone is switched on, as this may
damage the phone.
3 Install the SIM card
Pull the SIM card holder open. Slide the
SIM card into the SIM card holder and slide
the card holder backward. Make sure that
the gold contact area on the card is facing
downwards. To remove the SIM card, pull it
gently in the opposite direction.
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WARNING: Do not insert the SIM card
when the slide is open, as this may damage
your phone and SIM card.
4 Install the battery
Insert the top of the battery first into the
top edge of the battery compartment.
Ensure the battery contacts align with the
terminals on the phone. Press the bottom
of the battery down until it clips into place.
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Installing the SIM and battery
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5 Replace the battery cover
Slide the battery cover towards the top of
the phone until it clicks into place.
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6 Charging your phone
Pull open the cover of the charger socket
on the side of your KC550. Insert the
charger and plug into a mains electricity
socket. Your KC550 will need to be
charged until a message reading Fully
Charged appears on screen.
WARNING: Do not charge the phone when
it is on soft furnishings. The phone should be
charged in a well ventilated area.
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Memory card
Installing a memory card
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You can expand the memory space available
on your phone using a memory card. The
KC550 will support a memory card of up
to 2 GB.
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TIP! A memory card is an optional accessory.
Open the slide covering the memory card
slot. Slide the memory card into the slot, until
it clicks into place. Make sure that the gold
contact area is facing downwards.
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Formatting the memory card
If your memory card is not already formatted,
you will need to do so before you can begin
using it.
1 From the standby screen press Menu and
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select Settings.
2 Choose Memory status and select
External memory.
3 Touch Format and enter the password,
which is set to 0000 as default. Your card
will be formatted and ready to use.
Removing the memory card
Open the slide and carefully remove the
memory card by gently pushing it as shown in
the following diagram:
4 To view the new formatted folders on your
KC550 press Menu and select My stuff.
Choose External memory.
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WARNING: When you format your memory
card, all the content will be wiped. If you do not
want to lose the data on your memory card,
back it up first.
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Menu map
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Games & Apps
Call history
Organiser
Multimedia
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M-toy
Games
Applications
Network
profile
All calls
Missed calls
Dialled calls
Received calls
Call duration
Call costs
Data
information
MP3 player
Camera
Video camera
FM radio
Voice recorder
Muvee studio
Messaging
My stuff
Profiles
Contacts
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New message
Inbox
Email box
Drafts
Outbox
Sent
Listen to
voicemail
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Browser
Connectivity
Settings
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2 Network
3 USB
connection
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Alarm clock
Calculator
Stopwatch
Unit converter
World clock
SIM services
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Images
Sounds
Videos
Documents
Others
External
memory
Home
Bookmarks
Enter address
History
Saved pages
Settings
Information
General
Silent
Vibrate only
Outdoor
Headset
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Search
New contact
Speed dials
Groups
Copy all
Delete all
Settings
Information
Date & Time
Languages
Display
Call
Security
Flight mode
Reset
Memory status
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Your standby screen
The quick keys
The main menu
The quick keys provide easy, one-touch
access to your most used functions.
The main menu provides twelve menu
options. To open the main menu:
Select to open your message editor,
touch and hold the key.
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1 Select Menu.
2 The main menu will appear on the screen.
Select to choose a sound profile for
your phone.
The touchpad will display four directional
arrows.
Select to open the favourites menu.
3 Use the arrows to move around the main
Select to play MP3 file.
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menu one icon at a time.
4 When the option you require is highlighted,
select OK to open.
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Advice to the customer
In order to allow better antenna sensitivity LG suggest that you hold the handset as shown
in the figure below.
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Please do not cover the antenna area with your hand during a call or when using a
Bluetooth connection. It may interfere and degrade signal quality.
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Your standby screen
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The status bar
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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.
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Below is a table explaining the meaning of
icons you’re likely to see in the status bar.
Icon
Description
Network signal strength
(number of bars will vary)
No network signal
GPRS available
EDGE available
Flight mode is activated
Calls are diverted
YOUR STANDBY SCREEN
Roaming service
Bluetooth® is activated
WAP service is connected
An alarm is set
Schedule
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Icon
Description
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New message
New voice message
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General profile in use
Silent profile in use
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Vibrate profile in use
Outdoor profile in use
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Headset profile in use
Remaining battery life
Battery empty
Calls
Making a call
Answering and rejecting a call
1 Key in the number using the keypad. To
delete a digit press
2 Press
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to initiate the call.
3 To end the call, press
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TIP! To enter + when making an international
call, press and hold 0.
Making a call from your contacts
1 Select Contacts from the Standby screen
and choose Search.
2 Using the keypad, enter the first letter of
the contact you want to call. For example,
for Office, press 6 three times.
When your phone rings, touch Accept or
press
to answer the call.
While your phone is ringing, then select
Silent to mute the ringing. This is great if you
have forgotten to change your profile to
Silent for a meeting.
Press
or select Reject to reject the
incoming call.
TIP! You can change the settings on your phone
to answer your calls in different ways.
Press Menu, select Settings and choose Call.
Select Answer mode and choose from Slide
open, Any key or Send key only.
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3 To scroll through the contacts and their
different numbers use the arrows on the
touchpad.
4 Select Call or press
to initiate the
call.
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Calls
Adjusting the call volume
Viewing your call logs
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To adjust the volume during a call, press the
volume key on the right hand side of your
phone.
Press Menu, select Call history. Choose
to view:
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All calls - View a complete list of all your
dialled, received and missed calls.
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Speed dialling
You can assign a speed dial number to a
contact you call frequently.
Missed calls - View a list of any calls you
have missed.
1 Press Contacts, then select Speed dials.
Dialled calls - View a list of all the numbers
you have called.
2 Your voicemail is set to speed dial 1 and
you cannot change this. Select any other
number either by using the navigation
key arrows and selecting Assign or by
pressing the hard key number.
3 Your address book will open. Select the
contact you’d like to assign to that number
using the navigation arrows, then select
OK.
To call a speed dial number, press and
hold the assigned number until the contact
appears on screen. The call will initiate
automatically; there’s no need to press
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Received calls - View a list of all the
numbers that have called you.
Call duration - View details of how long you
have spent on your calls; received and dialled.
Call costs - View the charges applied to your
Last call or All calls. This service is network
dependent, some operators are unable to
support this.
Data information - View the amount of all
your received and sent data in kilobytes.
TIP! From any call log select Options and
choose Delete to delete selected or all of the
recorded items.
TIP! Using the navigation key arrows, highlight
any single call entry to view the date and time of
the call. To view the call duration select View.
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Using call divert
Using call barring
1 Select Menu, select Settings and choose
1 Select Menu, select Settings and choose
Call.
Call.
2 Select Call divert.
2 Select Call barring.
3 Choose whether to divert all calls, when
3 Choose any or all of the seven options:
the line is busy, when there is no reply,
when you are out of reach, all data calls or
all fax calls.
4 Choose Activate and select whether to
divert to voicemail, another number or your
favourite number.
5 Enter your divert number or select Search
to browse Contacts for your divert
number.
Note: Charges are incurred for diverting
calls. Please contact your network provider
for details.
TIP! To turn off all call diverts, choose Cancel
all from the Call divert menu.
All outgoing
Outgoing international
Outgoing international except home
country
All incoming
Incoming when abroad
Cancel all barrings
Change password
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4 Select Activate and enter the call barring
password. Please check with your network
operator for this service.
TIP! Select Fixed dial number from the Call
menu to turn on and compile a list of numbers
which 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.
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Changing the call settings
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1 Select Menu, select Settings and choose
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Call.
2 From here you can amend the settings for:
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Call divert - Choose whether to divert
your calls.
Call barring - Select which calls you
would like to be barred.
Fixed dial number - Choose a list of
numbers that can be called from your
phone.
Answer mode - Choose whether to
answer the phone using the send key, any
key or by sliding your handset open.
Send my number - Choose whether your
number will be displayed when you call
someone.
Call waiting - Be alerted when you have
a call waiting.
Minute minder - Select On to hear a tone
every minute during a call.
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Auto redial - Choose On or Off.
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Send DTMF tones - Choose On or Off.
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Contacts
Searching for a contact
1 Select Contacts from the standby screen,
and choose Search.
2 Using the keypad enter the first letter of
the contact you want to call. For example,
for Office, press 6 three times.
3 To scroll through the contacts and their
different numbers use the navigation
arrows.
Adding a new contact
1 Select Contacts and choose New
contact.
2 Choose whether to store your new contact
on your Phone or SIM card.
3 Enter all the information you have in the
fields provided and select Save.
Or, using the slightly quicker method…
1 Enter the number you wish to store on the
standby screen and select Options.
2 Choose Save or Add to existing
contact.
and select Save.
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Contact options
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There are many things you can do when
viewing a contact. Here’s how to access and
use the Options menu:
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1 Open the contact you’d like to use. See
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Searching for a contact above.
2 Select Options to open the list of options.
From here you can:
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Edit - Change any of the contact’s details.
New message - Send a message to
the contact. If the contact has an email
address, select whether you’d like to send
a Message or Email.
Send via - Send the contact’s details to
another person as a business card. Choose
to send as a Text message, Multimedia
message, via Bluetooth or by Email.
Delete - Delete the contact. Select Yes if
you are sure.
New contact - Add a new contact.
Multi delete - Mark multiple contacts to
delete.
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3 Enter the relevant information as above
Note: When you are storing a contact’s email
address, press
to enter a symbol and
scroll with the navigation arrows until you
see @.
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Contacts
Copy to SIM/phone - Choose to move or
copy to the SIM card or phone (depending
on where you originally saved the contact).
Renaming a group
Adding a contact to a group
1 Select Contacts and choose Groups.
You can save your contacts into groups, for
example, keeping your work colleagues
and family separate. There are a number
of groups including Family, Friends,
Colleague, VIP, Group1 and Group2
already set up on the phone.
2 Select a group you want to rename.
1 Select Contacts and choose Groups.
2 Scroll to the group you wish to add a
contact to and select View then select
Add.
3 Your contacts will open. Scroll to any
contacts you would like to add to the group
and press
, then select Done.
4 Select Yes if you are sure.
TIP! You can assign a ringtone or icon to a
group. Select the group you wish to assign the
ringtone or icon to and select Options and
choose an item you want.
3 Choose Options, select Rename and
enter your new group name.
4 Select Save.
Note: You can only assign a contact to a
group or add a picture to a contact that is
saved in your phone (not SIM) memory.
Adding a picture to a contact
You can change the appearance of your
contacts in your address book to include a
picture.
1 Select Contacts and choose Settings.
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3 Then return to the address book and select
the contact you want to add a picture to.
4 Choose Options and select Edit.
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You can rename any of the groups to fit your
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5 Scroll down to the Photo section and
select Edit. Choose Options and select
Images or New image. If you select
Images, you can choose an image that is
saved in your phone memory. If you select
New image, your camera viewfinder will
open, so you can take a picture of your
contact.
6 Select Save.
Copying your contacts to your SIM
You can also choose to copy your contacts
from your SIM to your handset or from your
handset to your SIM.
4 Enter the password, which is set to 0000
as default, and select OK.
Viewing information
Select Contacts and choose Information.
From here you can view your Service dial
numbers, your Own numbers and your
Business card.
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TIP! If you haven’t yet created a business card,
the Business card screen will give you the
option to create one. Select New and enter your
details as you would for any contact. Choose
Save.
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1 Select Contacts and choose Copy All.
2 Select to copy the contacts from SIM to
phone or Phone to SIM.
3 Choose whether to Keep original or
Delete original.
4 Select Yes if you are sure.
Deleting all your contacts
1 Select Contacts and choose Delete all.
Phone.
3 Select Yes if you are sure.
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2 Select to delete contacts from SIM or
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Messaging
Messaging
5 Select Options and choose Insert to add
an Image, Sound, Video, Symbol, Text
template, Emoticon, Name & Number,
New slide, Subject or More (Contact/
My business card/Schedule).
Your KC550 includes functions related to SMS
(Short Message Service), MMS (Multimedia
Message Service) and email, as well as the
network’s service messages. Simply press
Menu and select Messaging.
6 Press the centre key Send to.
Sending a message
7 Enter the phone number or press Options
1 Press Menu, select Messaging and
choose New message.
2 Choose Message to send an SMS or
MMS. (If you want to send an Email
see page 26-27 or if you want to send
something using Bluetooth, see page 49.)
3 A new message editor will open.
Message editor combines SMS and MMS
into one intuitive and easy to switch
between mode. The default setting of the
message editor is SMS mode.
4 Enter your message using either the T9
predictive mode or Abc manual mode. See
Entering text on page 25 to see how to
switch between the different text entry
modes.
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and select Contacts or Recent list
to open your contacts list. You can add
multiple contacts.
8 Select Send.
WARNING: If an Image, Sound, Video,
New slide or Subject is added to the message
editor, it will be automatically converted to MMS
mode and you will be charged accordingly.
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Entering text
T9 predictive mode
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 manual mode and
123 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. For example, press 8, 3, 5, 3, 7, 4,
6, 6, 3 to write ‘telephone’.
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Note: Some fields may allow only one text
input mode (e.g. telephone number in address
book fields).
If the word you want doesn’t appear, select
Options and select New T9 word, then you
can enter the word using ABC manual mode.
Your word will be added to the dictionary.
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To turn on T9 mode in the text entry field,
choose Options, select Set T9 and choose
On. 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.
To input a symbol in the text entry field, press
the
key and select a symbol, then
select OK.
Complete each word with a space by
pressing 0.
key.
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Note: You can select a different T9 language
by pressing Options and select Writing
language.
ABC manual mode
In ABC manual mode you may need to
press the key repeatedly to enter a letter.
For example, to write ‘hello’, press 4 twice,
3 twice, 5 three times, 5 three times again,
then 6 three times.
123 mode
Type numbers using one keystroke per
number. You can also add numbers whilst
in letter modes by pressing and holding the
desired key.
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To delete a character, press
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Setting up your email
You can stay in touch on the move using
email on your KC550. It’s quick and simple to
set up a POP3 or IMAP4 email account.
1 Press Menu, select Messaging and
choose Settings.
2 Select Email then Email account.
3 Select New.
4 You can now choose how your account
THE BASICS
works:
Account name - Enter a name for this
account.
Email address - Enter the account email
address.
My name - Enter your name.
Incoming mail server - Enter the
account details.
User name - Enter the account user
name.
Password - Enter the account password.
Outgoing mail server - Enter the account
details.
Outgoing mail authentication - Select
on or off.
Outgoing server ID - Enter the account
details.
Outgoing server password - Enter the
account details.
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To enter the following information, choose
Options and select Advanced settings.
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Protocol type - Select the mailbox type,
POP3 or IMAP4.
Maximum receive size - Choose the
size limit of your emails, the maximum is
300KB.
Save to server - Choose whether to
save your emails to the server. For IMAP4
accounts copies are always saved.
APOP secure login - Choose whether to
save your emails to the server of the phone
(only for IMAP4).
Insert signature - Choose whether to
automatically insert a signature in your
emails.
Reply email address - Enter the “reply
to” email address.
Incoming port number - Normally,
this is 110 for POP3 and 143 for IMAP4
accounts.
Outgoing port number - Normally this
is 25.
Auto retrieving - Select to automatically
retrieve your emails.
Retrieve download - Select Headers
only, Headers + body (only for IMAP4)
or All.
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Now your account is set up, it will appear
in the list of accounts in your Email folder.
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To send/receive an email, you should set up
an email account (see page 26).
1 Select Menu, select Messaging and
choose New message.
2 Choose Email and a new email will open.
3 Write a subject then touch OK.
4 Enter your message using T9 predictive
mode or ABC manual mode. See Entering
text on page 25 to see how to switch
between the different text entry modes.
5 Select Options and choose an attachment
to add: Image, Sound, Video,
Document, Contact, My business card
or Schedule.
6 Press Send and enter the recipient’s
address or touch Options and select
Contacts to open your contacts list.
7 Press Send and your email will be sent.
Message folders
Press Menu, select Messaging. The folder
structure used on your KC550 is fairly selfexplanatory.
Inbox - All the messages you receive are
placed into your Inbox. From here you can
reply, forward and more, see below for details.
Email box - Contains all your email
messages. Select the account you want to
use then select Retrieve. Your KC550 will
connect to your email account and retrieve
your new messages.
Drafts - If you don’t have time to finish
writing a message, you can save what you
have done so far here.
Outbox - This is a temporary storage folder
while messages are being sent.
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Sent - All the messages you send are placed
into your Sent folder.
Listen to voicemail - You can access your
voicemail box (if provided by your network).
When a new voice message is received,
the symbol will be displayed on the standby
screen.
Info message - All info messages and
updates received from your operator.
Templates - A list of useful messages,
already written for a quick reply.
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Messaging
Managing your messages
You can use your Inbox to manage your
messages.
1 Press Menu, select Messaging and
choose Inbox. Or, a quicker way is to
select
on the stand by screen.
2 Select Options and then choose to:
Delete - Delete the selected message.
Reply - Send a reply to the selected
message.
Forward - Send the selected message on
to another person.
Return call - Call the person who sent
you the message.
Information - View the details of a
message, for example, the time it was
sent.
Copy/Move - Choose to copy or move
the selected message to the SIM card or
phone.
Multi delete - Delete selected messages.
THE BASICS
Delete all read - All opened messages
will be deleted.
Delete all - Delete text messages,
multimedia messages or all messages.
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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
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You can create templates for the Text and
Multimedia messages you send most
frequently. There are some templates already
on your phone, which can be edited if you
wish.
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1 Press Menu, select Messaging and
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choose Templates.
2 Choose Text or Multimedia. You can then
select Options and choose Edit to change
existing templates, to add New template
or to Delete templates.
3 To send a template, select the one you
want to send, choose Options and select
Send via.
4 Choose how you would like to send the
template; as a Message, Bluetooth
message or Email.
5 Select a contact and select Send.
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Your KC550 message settings are predefined so that you can send messages
immediately.
If you would like to change the settings, you
can do this using the Settings options.
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Press Menu, select Messaging, then choose
Settings and Text message. You can make
changes to:
Message types - Convert your text into
Voice, Fax, Paging, X.400, Email or ERMES.
Validity period - Choose how long your
message is stored at the message centre.
Delivery report - Choose to receive
confirmation that your message was
delivered.
Reply charging - Choose to be billed for
your message recipient’s reply.
Message centre number - Enter the details
for your message centre.
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Bearer setting - Choose whether to send
your messages via GSM or GPRS.
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Changing your multimedia message
settings
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Your KC550 message settings are predefined so that you can send messages
immediately.
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If you would like to change the settings, you
can do so using the Settings options.
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Press Menu, select Messaging, then choose
Settings and Multimedia message.
You can make changes to:
Slide duration - Choose how long your
slides appear on screen.
Priority - Choose the priority level of your
multimedia message.
Validity period - Choose how long your
message is stored at the message centre.
Delivery report - Choose to allow and/or
request a delivery report.
THE BASICS
Character encoding - Choose how your
characters are encoded. This impacts the size
of your message and therefore data charges.
Send long text as - Choose whether to
send your message as SMS or MMS when
you enter a text longer than 2 pages in the
message field.
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Read report - Choose to allow and/or
Request a read report.
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Signature - Create an email signature and
switch this feature on.
Auto download - Choose to automatically
or manually download multimedia messages
depending on whether you are at home or
roaming.
Changing your other settings
Network profile - Select an operator
specific network profile for sending
multimedia messages.
Voicemail number - Your voicemail number
is stored here. Contact your network operator
for more information on the service they
provide.
Permitted message type - Select which
type of multimedia messages to allow.
Changing your email settings
You can adapt your email settings to your own
preferences.
1 Press Menu, select Messaging and
choose Settings.
2 Select Email then you can adapt the
following settings:
Email account - You can set up an email
account.
Access point - You can set the email
access point.
THE BASICS
Retrieve interval - Choose how often
your KC550 checks for new email
messages.
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Press Menu, select Messaging, choose
Settings then:
Service message - Here you can switch
off service message, which means your
messages will no longer be pushed directly to
your device as they are received, only when
you check for new messages.
Info message - Choose the reception status,
alerts and language of your info messages.
Save text message - Choose whether
to save your text messages to the phone
memory or to the external memory.
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Camera
Taking a quick photo
After you’ve taken your photo
1 Open the lens cover and hold the camera
Your captured photo will appear on the
screen. The name of the image runs along
the bottom of the screen and you will see
six options displayed on the right side of the
screen.
key down on the right side of the handset.
The camera’s viewfinder will appear on
screen.
2 Holding the phone horizontally, point the
lens towards the subject of the photo.
3 Press the camera key halfway. A focus box
will appear in the centre of the viewfinder
screen. Position the phone so you can
see the subject of your photo in the focus
box. When the focus box turns green, the
camera has focused on your subject.
4 Press the centre soft key or press the
camera key all the way down to take a
photo.
Note: You can also access the camera menu
from the standby screen. Touch Menu and
select Multimedia, scroll down to and select
Camera to open the viewfinder.
Delete - Delete the photo you have just taken
and confirm by touching Yes. The viewfinder
will reappear.
New image - Take another photo
straightaway. Your current photo will be
saved.
Set as - Select to open a sub menu to
set your image as Wallpaper or Picture ID.
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Send via - Select to send the photo as
a Multimedia message or Email. See page
24 for Sending a message.
Album - Select to look at the other
photos in your album. Your current photo will
be saved. See page 34 for Viewing your
saved photos.
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OK - Select to take another photo
straightaway. Your current photo will be saved.
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Camera
Getting to know the viewfinder
Note: You can adjust the zoom using the
volume key on the left side of the phone. The
zoom function is only available when the
resolution is set to 640 x 480 or below. See
Changing the image size on page 33 for
details.
TIP! When using the camera, power
consumption increases. If
icon appears
indicating low battery, recharge the battery
before use.
Using the quick settings
Select Options to access the quick settings
options. These include various options for
taking photos.
Self 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 that group photo you want
to be part of.
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Continuous shot - This enables you to take
up to 9 shots automatically in very quick
succession, great for taking photos of moving
objects or at sporting events.
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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, Daylight,
Incandescent, Cloudy or Fluorescent.
Colour effect - Choose from four colour
tone options: Off (normal/colour), Sepia, Mono
(black and white) or Negative.
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EV - Turn macro mode on if you are taking a
picture very close to the image subject.
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Resolution - See Changing the image
size on page 33.
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Quality - Choose between Normal, Fine and
Super fine. The finer the quality the sharper
a photo will be but the file size will increase
as a result, which means you will be able to
store fewer photos in your memory.
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Auto focus - Turn Auto focus On or Off. Your
camera can automatically adjust the focus for
a clear, sharp image with a single press of the
camera button.
Shutter tone - Select one of the three
shutter sounds.
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ISO - Set the ISO to Auto, ISO 800, ISO 400,
ISO200, ISO 100 or ISO 80.
Save to - Choose whether to save your
photos to the phone memory or to the
external memory.
Reset settings - Choose Yes to reset your
phone to its original camera settings.
Using the flash
The flash is set to Off as default, but there
are other options.
1 Select
on the navigation key.
2 There are four flash options:
Off - The camera will not flash. This is useful
if you want to save battery power.
Auto - Your camera will assess the lighting
needed to take a good picture and use the
flash as necessary.
Always on - Set the flash to on when you
are taking a photo in a dark place.
4 When you have made your selection the
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flash menu will automatically close, ready
for you to take your picture.
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5 The flash icon in the viewfinder will change
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according to your new flash mode.
Note: When you exit the camera, the flash
setting will revert to the default Auto mode.
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Changing the image size
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You can change the size of the photo to save
memory space. The more pixels, the larger
the file size, which in turn means they take up
more of your memory. If you want to fit more
pictures on to your phone you can alter the
pixel number to make the file size smaller.
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1 Press Options and select Resolution
from the toolbar.
2 Select a pixel value from the six numerical
options (320X240, 640X480, 1280X960,
1600X1200, 2048X1536, 2560X1920).
3 Press OK to implement your changes.
Note: The zoom function varies depending on
the resolution the camera is set to. The zoom
function is only available when the resolution
is set to 640 x 480 or below.
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Red eye reduction - The flash will remain
on as you compose your picture and flash
again as you take the photo in order to reduce
red eye.
3 Select the flash option you’d like to use.
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Viewing your saved photos
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1 You can access your saved photos from
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within the camera mode and from the
standby screen. From the viewfinder,
simply select on the navigation key. From
the standby screen you should select
Menu, then select My stuff and Images.
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2 Your gallery will appear on screen.
3 Use the navigation keys to select the
photo you want to view and select View to
enlarge it.
Setting a photo as Wallpaper or
Picture ID
From your image gallery, use the navigation
keys to select an image and choose Options
and Set as to use the selected image as
Wallpaper or Picture ID for one of your
contacts.
Note: Picture ID can only be added to
contacts saved to your phone, not your SIM.
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Video camera
Shooting a quick video
After you’ve shot your video
1 Open the lens cover and hold the camera
The name of the video runs along the bottom
of the screen and six options will be displayed
on the right side of the screen.
01
Delete - Delete the video you have just
recorded and confirm by selecting Yes. The
viewfinder will reappear.
03
New video - Select to shoot another
video straight away. Your current video will be
saved.
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Play - Select to play the video you have
just recorded.
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key down on the right side of the handset.
The camera’s viewfinder will appear on
screen.
2 Choose Video on the top right corner of
the screen. The video camera’s viewfinder
will appear on screen.
3 Point the camera lens towards the subject
of the video.
4 Press the camera key on the right side of
the handset to start recording.
5 REC will appear in the bottom left corner
of the viewfinder and a timer will show the
length of your video.
6 To pause the video select Pause and
resume by selecting Resume.
7 Select Stop to stop recording.
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Album - Select to look at the other
video clips in your album. Your current video
clip will be saved. See page 37 for Watching
your saved videos.
OK - Select to record another video straight
away. Your current video will be saved.
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Note: You can also access the Video
camera from the standby screen. Select
Menu and select Multimedia, scroll down
and select Video camera to open the
viewfinder.
Send via - Select to send the video
as a Multimedia message or Email. See
page 24 for Sending a message.
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Video camera
Getting to know the viewfinder
Quality - Super fine/ Fine/ Normal.
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Note: You can adjust the zoom using the
volume key on the left side of the phone.
Save to - Choose whether to save your video
clip to the phone memory or to the external
memory.
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Using the quick settings
Select Options to access the quick settings
options. These include various options for
recording videos.
Mode - To record a video you want to send in
a multimedia message, select MMS.
Colour effect - Choose from four colour tone
options: Off (normal/colour), Sepia, Mono
(black and white) or Negative.
Brightness - Contrast defines the difference
between light and dark in an image. A low
contrast image will appear foggy, whereas
a high contrast image will appear much
sharper. Use the navigation keys to slide the
contrast indicator along the bar, towards - for
a lower contrast, hazier image or towards +
for a higher contrast, sharper image.
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Resolution - If you want to fit more
videos onto your phone you can alter the
pixel number to make the file size smaller.
Choose between four options for your video,
176X144, 320X240, 640X480, 720X480.
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Flash - Turn the flash On or Off. The flash
is set to Off as default, saving battery power.
Whenever you exit the camera it will return to
the default Off setting.
White balance -The white balance ensures
that any white in your video is realistic. In
order for your camera to correctly adjust the
white balance, you may need to determine the
light conditions. Choose from Auto, Daylight,
Incandescent, Cloudy, Fluorescent or
Night mode.
Album - View all of your images.
Reset settings - Choose Yes to reset your
phone to it’s original video camera settings.
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Watching your saved videos
1 You can access your saved videos either
from within video camera mode or from
the standby screen. From the Options
menu select Album. From the standby
screen you should touch Menu, then
select My stuff and Videos.
2 Your gallery will appear on screen.
3 Use the navigation keys to select the video
you want to view and touch the centre soft
key to watch it.
Adjusting the volume when viewing
a video
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To adjust the volume of the audio on a video
whilst it is playing, use the volume keys on
the right side of the handset.
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MP3 player
MP3 player
Your LG KC550 has a built-in MP3 player so
you can play all your favourite music.
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To access the MP3 player, press
the standby screen, or select Menu and
select Multimedia then MP3 player. From
here you have access to:
All songs - Contains all of the songs you
have on your phone.
My playlist - Contains any playlists you have
created as well as On the go, Recent songs
and Favourite songs.
Artists - Browse through your music
collection by artist.
Albums - Browse through your music
collection by album.
Genres - Browse through your music
collection by genre.
Settings - Adjust your music settings.
Transferring music onto your phone
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The easiest way to transfer music onto your
phone is via Bluetooth or your sync cable. To
transfer using Bluetooth:
1 Make sure both devices have Bluetooth
switched on and are visible to one another.
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2 Select the music file on the other device
and choose to send it via Bluetooth.
3 When the file is sent you will have to
accept it on your phone by selecting Yes.
4 The file should appear in All songs.
Playing a song
1 Press Menu and select Multimedia, then
choose MP3 player, or press
the standby screen.
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2 Choose All songs then select the song
you want to play. Select
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3 Select
to pause the song.
4 Select
to skip to the next song.
5 Select
to skip to the previous song.
6 Select
to stop the music and return to
the MP3 player menu.
TIP! To change the volume while listening to
music, use the volume keys on the side of
your phone.
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Using options while playing music
Select Options and choose from:
Minimise - Hide the music player screen so
that you can continue using your phone as
normal while music is playing.
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View playlist - Look at the playlist you are
currently listening to.
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1 Press Menu and select Multimedia.
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Add to playlist - Adds the current track to
a playlist.
2 Choose MP3 player, then select My
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Set as - Set the current track as your
Ringtone or Message tone.
3 Select the playlist you would like to play
Information - You can view information
about the MP3 file you are listening to.
Editing a playlist
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Settings - Change the Shuffle, Repeat, or
Equalizer settings.
From time to time, you may want to add new
songs or delete songs from a playlist.
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Creating a playlist
If you want to organise your playlists, you can
edit them using the Options menu.
You can create your own playlists by choosing
a selection of songs from the All songs
folder.
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1 Press Menu and select Multimedia.
2 Choose MP3 player, then select My
playlist.
3 Press Options and select New playlist,
enter the playlist name and press Save.
4 The New playlist folder will show. Select
all of the songs that you would like to
include in your playlist by scrolling to them
and selecting
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5 Select Save to store the playlist.
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1 Press Menu and select Multimedia.
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2 Choose MP3 player, then select My
playlist.
3 Scroll to the playlist you want to edit and
select View, then select Options. Choose
from:
Add - You can add songs to the playlist
using this option.
Remove - Remove a song from the
playlist. Select Yes to confirm.
Multi remove - Delete selected songs
from the playlist.
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Remove all - Remove all of the songs
from the playlist.
Information - View the playlist
information.
Deleting a playlist
1 Press Menu and select Multimedia.
2 Choose MP3 player, then select My
playlist.
3 Scroll to the playlist you want to delete and
select Options.
4 Select Delete all and select Yes to
confirm.
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As a result of the Digital Rights Management
(DRM) system, some of the media items
you download from the Internet or receive
by MMS may have a “Purchase right” menu
to access them. You can acquire the key to
purchase the right from the website which
owns the rights to the contents.
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Music is copyright protected in international
treaties and national copyright laws. It may be
necessary to obtain permission or a licence to
reproduce or copy music. In some countries
national law prohibits private copying of
copyrighted material. Please check the
national legislation of the applicable country
concerning the use of such material.
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FM radio
Using the FM radio
To manually tune:
Your LG KC550 has an FM radio feature so
you can tune into your favourite stations to
listen on the move.
1 Press Menu and select Multimedia, then
Note: You will need to insert your headset in
order to listen to the radio. Insert the plug into
the headset socket (this is the same socket
that you plug your charger into).
Searching for stations
You can tune radio stations into your phone
by searching for them either manually or
automatically. They will then be saved to
specific channel numbers so you don’t have
to keep re-tuning. You can save up to 12
channels in your phone.
To auto tune:
1 Press Menu and select Multimedia, then
choose FM radio.
2 Select Options and choose Auto scan
then select Yes.
3 Each time a station is found, your KC550
2 Select a channel number that you want to
save a station to and choose Edit.
3 To enter your station, use the navigation
keys to search or enter the frequency
using the keypad, then select Save.
Note: You can also edit the stations you have
saved in a channel number.
TIP! To improve the reception extend the headset
cord, which functions as the radio antenna.
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Resetting channels
1 Press Menu and select Multimedia, then
choose FM radio.
2 Select Options and select Reset
channels. Choose Yes to confirm the
reset. Each channel will return to the
starting 87.5Mhz frequency.
Listening to the radio
1 Press Menu and select Multimedia, then
choose FM radio.
2 Select the channel number of the station
you would like to listen to.
Note: You can listen to the radio via a built-in
speaker. Press Options, select Listen via
and choose Speaker.
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will ask if you want to save it. Select Yes
if you want to store the channel and No if
you don’t. Any stations you choose to save
will automatically be allocated to a channel
number in your phone.
choose FM radio.
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Voice recorder
Using the voice recorder
Use your Voice recorder to record voice
memos or other sounds.
Recording your voice memo
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TIP! If you plan to send your recording as a
message, before you start recording, select
Options, select Recording mode and choose
MMS. This will ensure that the recording fits
into a message.
1 Press Menu and select Multimedia, then
choose Voice recorder.
2 Press
to begin recording.
Using the muvee studio
3 Select Pause to pause the recording.
The Muvee studio allows you to create an
image slide show combined with music.
4 Choose Stop to end the recording.
1 Press Menu and select Multimedia, then
5 Select
to listen to the recording.
Note: You can listen to all of the voice
recordings you have saved by selecting
Album.
Sending a voice recording
1 Once you have finished recording, select
Options.
2 Select Send via and choose from
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Multimedia message, Bluetooth or
Email. 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.
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choose Muvee studio.
2 Choose the music track that you would like
to use.
3 Mark the images that you would like to use
in your slide show, and choose Done.
4 The new muvee will begin to play. To save
your slide show press Save.
Note: You can use the Options menu to
choose where to save your slide show (Phone
or External memory), the duration mode
(General or MMS) and the play order (Random
or Sequential).
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My stuff
You can store any multimedia files into your
phone’s memory 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.
All your multimedia files will be saved in My
stuff. Select Menu then select My stuff to
open a list of folders.
Images
Images contains a folder of default images
and default flash files pre-loaded onto your
phone, images downloaded by you and
images taken on your phone’s camera.
Images options menu
Delete - Delete the selected image.
Set as - Set the selected image as your
Wallpaper or as a Picture ID.
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Send via - Send the selected image to a
friend via Multimedia message, Bluetooth
or Email.
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Note: The image may need to be resized
before it can be sent by MMS.
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File - Rename, make animation or view
the information (Name, Size, Date, Time,
Resolution, Type and Copyright) of the
selected image. If you have an external
memory card inserted two additional options
will show: Move to external memory and
Copy to external memory.
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Print via - Print an image file via Bluetooth
or Pictbridge.
Slide show - See Creating a slide show
on page 45.
New folder - Create a new folder within the
main Images folder.
Mark/Unmark - Select more than one image
to delete.
Delete all - Delete all the photos in your
Images folder.
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The options which are available to you in
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. Only the View, Set as, File
info, Slide show, Sort by and List view /
Thumbnail view options are available for
default images.
In the Images folder, select Options to bring
up your list of options.
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My stuff
Sort by - Arrange your images by Date,
Type or Name.
List view / Thumbnail view - Change the
way you view your photos.
Sending a photo
1 Press Menu then select My stuff.
2 Select Images.
3 Select a photo and choose Options.
4 Select Send via and choose from
Multimedia message, Bluetooth or
Email.
5 If you choose Multimedia 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.
Organising your images
1 Press Menu then select My stuff.
2 Select Images.
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3 Choose Options then select Sort by.
4 Choose from Date, Type or Name.
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1 Press Menu then select My stuff.
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2 Select Images.
3 Select an image and press Options.
4 Select Delete.
Deleting multiple images
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1 Press Menu then select My stuff.
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2 Select Images.
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3 Choose Options and select Mark/
Unmark and Delete.
4 A box will appear next to each image.
Select each image and select
to mark
it. To unmark an image, select
again
so that the tick disappears from the box.
Or, you can select Options then choose
Mark all or Unmark all.
5 Once you have marked all of the
appropriate boxes, select Delete and
confirm you want to delete all of the
marked images.
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Creating a slide show
Sounds
If you want to look at all of the images on
your phone or scan through what you’ve got,
you can create a slide show to save you from
having to open and close each individual
image.
The Sounds folder contains the Default
sounds, your voice recordings and sound
files downloaded by you. From here you can
manage, send or set sounds as ringtones.
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1 Press Menu then select My stuff.
2 Select Images.
3 Select the photo you would like to begin
the slide show and select Options.
4 Choose Slide show and it will begin.
5 Press Pause to pause the slide show and
Quit to end the slide show and return to
the Images folder.
1 Press Menu then select My stuff.
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2 Scroll to and select Sounds.
3 Select Default sounds or choose from the
list of voice recording files.
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4 Select a sound and press
to listen to it.
5 Select Options, select Set as and
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choose from Ringtone, Ringtone ID and
Message tone.
Selecting Options during the slide show
presents further options:
Videos
View - Choose between Full image and Full
screen. Select Landscape to change the
orientation of the image.
The Videos folder shows the list of
downloaded videos and videos you have
recorded on your phone.
Repeat on / off - Decide whether you want
the slide show on repeat or not.
Watching a video
1 Press Menu then select My stuff.
3 Select a video and press
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2 Scroll to and select Videos.
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My stuff
Using options while video is paused
By selecting Options, the video you are
playing will be in pause mode and you can
choose from:
Delete - Delete the video.
Send via - Send the video to a friend via
Multimedia message, Bluetooth or Email.
Note: The video may need to be resized
before it can be sent by MMS. Some videos
may be too large to send by MMS at all.
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In the Videos folder, press Options to bring
up the following list of options.
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Delete - Delete the selected video.
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Information - View the Name, Size, Date,
Time, Type and Copyright details of the
selected file.
Send via - Send the selected video to a
friend via Multimedia message, Email or
Bluetooth.
Sending a video clip
File - Rename the video or view the
information (Name, Size, Date, Time, Type and
Copyright). If you have an external memory
card inserted two additional options will show:
Move to external memory and Copy to
external memory.
1 Press Menu then select My stuff.
2 Scroll to and select Videos.
3 Select the video clip you want and press
Options.
4 Press Send via and choose from
Multimedia message, Bluetooth or
Email.
5 If you choose Message or Email, your
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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.
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New folder - Create a new folder within the
main Videos folder.
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Mark/Unmark - Select more than one video
clip before selecting Delete.
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Delete all - Delete all the clips in your Videos
folder.
Sort by - Arrange your videos by Date, Type
or Name.
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Auto next play - Allows to set the play
mode: Off, Repeat once and Repeat all.
• Off: Plays the selected file.
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External memory
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If you’ve inserted a memory card it will
be displayed as a folder within My stuff.
Your external memory folder will be divided
into five further folders: Images, Sounds,
Videos, Documents and Others. Each
folder will contain all the files of that type
which are saved to your memory card rather
than your handset.
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From the Documents menu, you can view
Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Text and PDF files.
1 Press Menu then select My stuff.
2 Select Documents.
3 Select a document and press View.
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From the Others menu, you can view the files
which are not saved in the Images, Sounds,
Videos or Documents folders.
You may find that when you transfer files
from your computer to your phone, they
appear in the Others folder rather than the
Documents folder. If this happens you can
move them.
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Using your phone as a mass
storage device
Your KC550 can be used as a mass storage
device, just like a USB stick. This is a great
way of moving your files from your computer
to your phone. If you’ve inserted a memory
card, when connecting as Mass storage, the
phone will be displayed as two drives on your
computer: the handset memory and external
memory.
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list repeatedly.
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followed by Others.
• Repeat once: Plays all files in a list once.
List view / Thumbnail view - Change the
way you view your videos.
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To move a file from Others to Documents:
1 Press Menu, then select My stuff
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My stuff
1 Press Menu, select Connectivity.
Transferring a file to your phone
2 Select USB Connection.
3 Scroll to Mass storage and select OK.
You can also transfer files from your computer
to your phone using Bluetooth.
4 Insert the smaller end of the USB cable
1 Make sure your phone and computer have
into the USB cable connector on the edge
of the KC550. Plug the larger end into the
USB port of your computer.
5 A removable disk folder will open
automatically on your computer, two if you
have a memory card inserted, showing all
the folders on your phone or memory card.
6 Drag and drop your images, videos, music
or documents into the correct folders.
7 Safely remove your phone by clicking on
the Safely remove hardware icon in
your desktop toolbar.
8 When you want to then access a file, for
example an image, press Menu, then
select My stuff followed by External
memory then Images. All the images you
transfer will be contained in this file.
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Bluetooth switched on and are visible to
one another.
2 Use your computer to send the file via
Bluetooth.
3 When the file is sent you will have to
accept it on your phone by selecting Yes.
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4 The file will be saved within the appropriate
folder depending on its type. So for
example, photographs will be saved in the
Images folder and music in the Sounds
folder. If your phone cannot identify the file
type, the file will be saved in the Others
folder.
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Note: Files sent using Bluetooth will be saved
to the phone memory.
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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.
Before you can start sharing files using
Bluetooth, you will need to pair your phone
with another Bluetooth device. For information
on pairing devices, see Pairing with
another Bluetooth device on page 60.
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To switch Bluetooth on:
1 Press Menu and select Connectivity,
then choose Bluetooth.
2 Select Bluetooth on/off and choose On.
3 Select Off to switch Bluetooth off.
4 Your KC550 will automatically search for
other Bluetooth enabled devices within
range.
5 Pair KC550 to other Bluetooth enabled
device.
5 Choose the device you want to send the fi
le to and select Send.
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To receive a file:
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1 To receive files, your Bluetooth must be
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both On and Visible. See Changing your
Bluetooth settings on page 59 for more
information.
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2 A message will prompt you to accept the
file from the sender. select Yes to receive
the file.
TIP! Keep an eye on the progress bar to make
sure your file is sent.
To send a file:
1 Open the file you want to send, typically
this will be a photo, video or music file.
2 Select Options and choose Send via,
then Bluetooth.
already activated.
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3 Select Yes to turn Bluetooth on if it is not
Note The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are
owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of
such marks by LG Electronics is under licence.
Other trademarks and trade names are those of
their respective owners.
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Games and Apps
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Games and Apps
Changing the network profile
Ad
Your KC550 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.
To download a game, you can set the value
to connect to the network using Network
profile.
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Playing a game
1 Press Menu and select Games & Apps.
2 Select Network profile.
3 You can add and edit a new network
profile.
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2 Select Games.
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3 Choose the game you want to play and
You can enjoy six default games including:
Dart, Homerun Derby, Magic Ball,
Hammer, Maze, Fishing.
select Play.
Viewing applications
You can manage the Java applications
installed in your phone by using the
Applications menu. You can also delete
downloaded applications.
1 Press Menu and select Games & Apps.
2 Select Applications.
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1 Press Menu and select Games & Apps.
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About - View the information for a game.
Setting - Set the sound and vibration when
activating a game.
Reset data - Reset all settings.
Exit - End a game.
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3 View and manage any applications you
have.
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Organiser
Adding an event to your calendar
1 From the standby screen press Menu, and
select Organiser, then Calendar.
2 Select the date you would like to add an
event to. You can choose a date either by
scrolling to it using the navigation keys or
by selecting Options and Go to date in
order to enter a date.
3 Select New and scroll down to enter the
time you would like your event to begin.
Scroll down and enter the end time of your
event.
4 Scroll down again and choose whether you
would like to set an Alarm for the event.
Scroll left or right to see the available
options. You can set the alarm to go off at
the starting time of the event or at a set
period of time before the event starts to
remind you the event is coming up.
5 Scroll down and enter a Subject for the
event. Use the keypad to type letters and
numbers.
the event is occurring Once or repeated
at Daily, Weekly, Monthly or Yearly
intervals. If the event is repeated, you can
7 Select Save and your event will be saved
in the calendar. A square cursor will mark
the days that any events have been saved
to.
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Editing a calendar event
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1 From the standby screen press Menu, and
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select Organiser, then Calendar.
2 Choose Options and select All schedules
to see a list of all your events. Scroll to
the event you would like to edit and select
View. Alternatively select the day of the
event in the calendar and select View.
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3 Select Edit and scroll to the event
detail you want to change. Make your
modifications and select Save to store the
edited event.
Note: You can delete an event from your
calendar by selecting to view the event and
then pressing Options and Delete.
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6 Scroll down once more to select whether
also scroll down to enter an Expiration
date for when the events will stop
completely.
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Sharing a calendar event
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1 From the standby screen press Menu, and
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select Organiser, then Calendar.
2 Select the event you would like to share
and choose Options.
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3 Choose Send via and select from Text
message, Mutimedia message,
Bluetooth or Email.
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Adding a memo
1 From the standby screen press Menu, and
select Organiser, then Memo.
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2 Select New and type your memo.
3 Select Save.
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4 Your memo will appear on screen the next
time you open the memo application.
TIP! You can edit an existing memo. Select
the one you want to edit, press Options and
select Edit.
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Tools
Setting your alarm
1 From the standby screen press Menu, and
select Tools, then Alarm clock.
2 Select New.
3 Scroll down and enter the time you would
like the alarm to sound at.
4 Choose the repeat type to indicate whether
you would like your alarm to sound Once,
Daily, Mon - Fri, Mon - Sat, Sat - Sun,
or Choose weekday.
5 Scroll down and choose whether you
would like the alarm to Always sound,
Always vibrate or Follow profile.
6 Scroll down to choose the alarm tone.
Choose Sounds to select a new sound.
7 Scroll down and enter a name for the
alarm or keep the suggested name.
8 Select Save.
3 For simple calculations, select the function
you require (+, –, ×, ÷), followed by =.
4 For more complex calculations, select
Function to select a command.
5 Select Clear to clear the screen and start
a new calculation.
Using the stopwatch
1 From the standby screen press Menu, and
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select Tools, then Stopwatch.
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2 Select Start to begin the timer.
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3 Choose Lap if want to record a lap time.
The duration of an individual lap time (up
to 20 times) can be saved.
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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 return to zero.
Note: You can set up to 5 alarms.
Using your calculator
select Tools, then Calculator.
2 Press the numeric keys to input numbers.
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1 From the standby screen press Menu, and
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Converting a unit
SIM services
1 From the standby screen press Menu, and
This feature depends on SIM and the network
services.
select Tools, then Unit converter.
2 Choose whether you would like to convert
Currency, Area, Length, Weight,
Temperature, Volume or Velocity.
3 Scroll up to choose from the unit of
measurement you want to enter. Scroll left
and right to select a unit, then scroll down
and enter the unit quantity.
In case the SIM card supports SAT (i.e. SIM
Application Toolkit) services, this menu will be
the operator specific service name stored on
the SIM card.
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4 Scroll down to the unit conversion box and
choose the unit measurement you want
to convert into. The conversion will show
automatically in the line below.
Adding a city to your world clock
1 From the standby screen press Menu, and
select Tools, then World clock.
2 Scroll up, down, left or right to navigate the
globe and choose a continent.
3 Select Zoom in to zoom into an area and
choose from the cities in that area.
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4 Press OK.
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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.
Adding and accessing your
bookmarks
For easy and fast access to your favourite
websites, you can add bookmarks and save
web pages.
1 Press Menu and select Browser.
Accessing the web
1 Press Menu and select Browser.
2 To access the browser homepage directly,
select Home. Alternately, select Enter
address and type in your desired URL,
followed by Connect.
Note: An additional cost is incurred when
connecting to this service and downloading
content. Check your data charges with your
network provider.
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2 Select Bookmarks. A list of your
bookmarks will appear on the screen.
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3 To add a new bookmark, select Options
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and choose New bookmark. Enter a
name for your bookmark followed by the
URL.
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4 Press Save. Your bookmark will now
appear in the list of bookmarks.
5 To access the bookmark simply scroll
to the required bookmark and select
Connect. You will be connected to your
bookmarked page.
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Saving a page
Changing the web browser settings
1 Access your required web page as
1 Press Menu and select Browser.
described on page 55.
2 Choose Options and scroll to Save, select
This page.
3 Select OK.
Accessing a saved page
1 Press Menu and select Browser.
2 Select Saved pages.
3 Select the required page and press Open.
2 Select Settings.
3 You can choose the way your mobile
handles, displays and uses information
when browsing the internet. You can
amend settings within Network profiles,
Rendering mode, Cache, Cookies,
Security certificates, Show image,
JavaScript and Storage location.
4 Once you have changed your settings,
select OK.
TIP! This menu will also allow you to delete
saved pages.
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Viewing your browser history
1 Press Menu and select Browser.
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2 Select History and select OK.
3 A list of web page titles you have accessed
recently will be displayed. To access one
of these pages, scroll to the required page
and select Connect.
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Settings
Within this folder you can adapt your settings
to make your KC550 personal to you.
Note: For information on call settings see
page 20.
Changing your profiles
You can quickly change your profile from the
standby screen. Simply press
then the
profile you would like to activate. Choose from
General, Silent, Vibrate only, and Outdoor.
Personalising your profiles
You can personalise each profile setting.
1 Press Menu and select Profiles.
2 Choose the profile you want and select
Personalise.
3 For the Silent and Vibrate only profiles,
you can adapt the vibration. For the other
profiles, you can change all of the sounds
and alert options available in the list.
(Please refer to your handset for details.)
Changing your date & time
You can set functions relating to the date
and time.
2 Select Date & Time and choose from the
list below:
Date format - You can set the date format.
(YYYY/MM/DD, DD/MM/YYYY, MM/DD/YYYY)
Set time - You can enter the current time.
Time format - You can set the time format to
either 24 hours or 12 hours.
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Auto update - Select On, the phone will
automatically update the date and time.
05
Changing the language
06
Go to Settings and Languages to change
the language for any text in your phone. Any
change will also alter the language input
mode.
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Changing your display settings
1 Press Menu and select Settings.
2 Select Display and choose from:
Wallpaper - Choose a wallpaper to appear
on your screen display.
Clocks - Choose to have the time and date
visible on your standby screen. Choose from
No date & time or Normal.
Backlight timer - Choose how long the
backlight remains on for.
SETTINGS
1 Press Menu and select Settings.
Set date - You can enter the current date.
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Settings
TIP! The longer the backlight is on for, the more
battery power is used and you may need to
charge your phone more often.
Brightness - Use the navigation keys to
adjust the brightness. Choose from 40%,
60%, 80% or 100%, then select OK to save
your change.
Home screen shortcut - Select On to
display the shortcuts of 4 menus as pictures
on the middle of the standby screen.
Font size - Change the font size of the
following : Menu, Dialling and Messaging.
Theme - Quickly change the whole look of
your screen.
Menu style - Change the menu view from
Grid view to List view.
Main font style - Adjust the font type.
Dialling font style - Adjust the font style for
when you are dialling a phone number.
Standby text - Choose to add a message to
your standby screen.
SETTINGS
Network name - Choose to show or hide the
network name.
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Changing your security settings
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Change your security settings to keep your
KC550 and the important information it holds
protected.
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1 Press Menu and select Settings.
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2 Select Security and choose from the list
below:
Anti Theft Mobile Tracker - Set ATMT and
Numbers for ATMT.
PIN code request - Choose a PIN code to be
requested when you turn your phone on.
Phone lock - Choose a security code to lock
your phone When power on, When SIM
changed or Immediately.
Change codes - Change your Security
code, PIN1 code or PIN2 code or ATMT
code.
Using flight mode
Use this function to switch the flight mode
On or Off. You will not be able to make calls,
connect to the internet, send messages
or use Bluetooth when Flight mode is
switched On.
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Resetting your phone
Changing your Bluetooth settings
Use Reset to reset all the settings to their
factory definitions. You need the security code
to activate this function.
1 Press Menu and select Connectivity,
Viewing memory status
Your KC550 has three memories available:
the phone, the SIM card and an external
memory card (you may need to purchase the
memory card separately).
You can use the memory manager to
determine how each memory is used and see
how much space is available.
Press Menu and select Settings. Choose
Memory status and you will then see the
current status of the memories (Common,
Reserved, SIM card and External memory) in
your KC550.
TIP! See page 13 for information on inserting
a memory card.
then choose Bluetooth.
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2 Choose Bluetooth settings. Make your
changes to:
03
My visibility - Choose whether to Show or
Hide your device to others.
04
My name - Enter a name for your KC550.
05
My address - View your Bluetooth address.
06
Changing your connectivity settings
07
Your connectivity settings have already been
set up by your network operator, so you can
enjoy your new phone from the off. If you
want to change any settings, use this menu.
08
Press Menu and select Connectivity. Your
options are:
Bluetooth - Set up your KC550 for Bluetooth
use. You can adapt your visibility to other
devices or search through devices your phone
is paired with.
SETTINGS
Network - Your KC550 connects
automatically to your preferred network. To
change these settings use this menu. You can
also add new access points using this menu.
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Settings
USB connection - Choose Data service
and synchronise your KC550 using the LG PC
Suite software to copy files from your phone.
If you have a memory card inserted, select
Mass storage to use your phone in the same
way as you would use a USB stick. Connect to
your computer and drag and drop files to the
KC550 removable device folder. See pages
47~49 for further details.
Pairing with another Bluetooth
device
By pairing your KC550 and another device,
you can set up a passcode protected
connection. This means your pairing is more
secure.
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device, on which you should enter the
same passcode.
6 Your passcode protected Bluetooth
connection is now ready.
Using a Bluetooth headset
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1 Check your Bluetooth is On and Visible.
2 Follow the instructions that came with your
headset to place it in pairing mode and
pair your devices.
3 Your KC550 will then automatically
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connect to your Bluetooth headset and
switch to headset profile.
1 Check your Bluetooth is On and Visible.
You can change your visibility in the
Bluetooth settings menu, by selecting
My visibility, then Show.
2 Select Device list from the Bluetooth
menu and choose New.
3 Your KC550 will search for devices. When
the search is completed Pair and Refresh
will appear on screen.
SETTINGS
4 Choose the device you want to pair with,
select Pair and enter a passcode then
choose OK.
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Accessories
These accessories were supplied with your KC550.
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Charger
Data cable and CD
Connect and
synchronise your
KC550 and PC.
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Battery
Stereo headset
User Guide
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Learn more about your KC550.
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Note
• Always use genuine LG accessories.
Failure to do this may invalidate your warranty.
• Accessories may be different in different
regions; please check with our regional
service company or agent for further inquires.
ACCESSORIES
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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 PCS1900 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.
Network service
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Product name : KC550
System : GSM 900 / DCS 1800 / PCS 1900
Ambient Temperatures
Max : +55°C (discharging)
+45°C (charging)
Min : -10°C
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
Radio wave exposure and Specific
Absorption Rate (SAR) information
This mobile phone model KC550 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.
• The radio wave exposure guidelines
employ a unit of measurement known as
the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. Tests
for SAR are conducted using standardized
method with the phone transmitting at its
highest certified power level in all used
frequency bands.
• While there may be differences between
Guidelines
the SAR levels of various LG phone
models, they are all designed to meet the
relevant guidelines for exposure to radio
waves.
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• The SAR limit recommended by the
International Commission on Non-Ionizing
Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) is 2W/kg
averaged over 10g of tissue.
• The highest SAR value for this model
phone tested by DASY4 for use at the ear
is 0.348 W/kg (10g) and when worn on the
body is 0.665 W/kg (10g).
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• 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.
Product care and maintenance
•
•
WARNING
Only use batteries, chargers and accessories
approved for use with this particular phone
model. The use of any other types may
invalidate any approval or warranty applying
to the phone, and may be dangerous.
•
•
• Do not disassemble this unit. Take it to a
qualified service technician when repair
work is required.
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• Keep away from electrical appliances such
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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.
• 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
All mobile phones may get interference,
which could affect performance.
• Do not use your mobile phone near
unit (do not use solvents such as benzene,
thinner or alcohol).
medical equipment without requesting
permission. Avoid placing the phone over
pacemakers, for example in your breast
pocket.
• Do not charge the phone when it is on soft
• Some hearing aids might be disturbed by
• Use a dry cloth to clean the exterior of the
furnishings.
• The phone should be charged in a well
ventilated area.
• Do not subject this unit to excessive smoke
or dust.
mobile phones.
• Minor interference may affect TVs, radios,
PCs, etc.
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• The unit should be kept away from heat
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Guidelines for safe and efficient Use
Road safety
Avoid damage to your hearing
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Check the laws and regulations on the use of
mobile phones in the areas when you drive.
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.
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• 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 airbag to fail or cause serious injury
due to improper performance.
• If you are listening to music whilst out and
about, please ensure that the volume is at
a reasonable level so that you are aware
of your surroundings. This is particularly
imperative when near roads.
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• Do not use the phone at a refueling point.
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Blasting area
• Do not use near fuel or chemicals.
• Do not transport or store flammable
gas, liquid, or explosives in the same
compartment of your vehicle as your
mobile phone and accessories.
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In aircraft
Wireless devices can cause interference
in aircraft.
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• Turn your mobile phone off before boarding
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any aircraft.
• Do not use it on the ground without
permission from the crew.
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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.
• 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.
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.
Battery information and care
• You do not need to completely discharge
the battery before recharging. Unlike
other battery systems, there is no memory
effect that could compromise the battery’s
performance.
• 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.
• 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.
• Use only LG batteries and chargers. LG
• If you need to replace the battery, take it
chargers are designed to maximize the
battery life.
to the nearest authorized LG Electronics
service point or dealer for assistance.
• Do not disassemble or short-circuit the
• Always unplug the charger from the wall
battery pack.
• Keep the metal contacts of the battery
pack clean.
socket after the phone is fully charged to
save unnecessary power consumption of
the charger.
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countries
(List includes Only the Main Service Centers. Other area’s customers can contact the Headquarter of their countries for further information)
Middle East Countries
o 11 Countries
UAE
Saudi Arabia
Qatar
Oman
Kuwait
Bahrain
Yemen
Iran
Iraq
Lebanon
Egypt
Syria
Jordan
Africa Countries
o 7 Countries
Morocco
Tunisia
Libya
Algeria
Kenya
Nigeria
South Africa
Other Countries
o 2 Countries
Turkey
Pakistan
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UAE
Saudi Arabia
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Kuwait
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Jumbo Electronics Co. Ltd.
Telecommunication Division, P.O. Box 3426, Dubai, UAE
+97143367999 (LG Customer Information Center: 800 54)
+97143340821
http://www.jumbocorp.com
Roby.George@jumbo.ae
Service Centers
Area
Address
Telephone No.
Dubai (Karama)
Near Strand Cinema, P.O. Box 3426, Dubai
+97143362621
Fax No.
+97143360847
Abudhabi
Regional Service Center P.O. Box 3832,
+97126732201
+97126733930
Al Ain
Regional Service Center P.O. Box 15444
+97137542898
+97137557898
Sharjah
Regional Service Center P.O. Box 5331
+97165599725
+97165538365
Fujairah
Regional Service Center P.O. Box 868
+97192221406
+97192221828
Ras Al Khaimah
Regional Service Center P.O. Box 1054
+97172272571
+97172271881
UAE
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Al Sayegh Brothers Trading L.L.C
Al Sayegh Brothers Building, Muraqqabat, Deira, P.O. Box 55106, Dubai, UAE
+97142663200 (LG Customer Information Center: 800 54)
+97142669964
www.alsa-g.com
helpdesk@alsa-g.com
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Address
Telephone No.
Fax No.
A
Dubai
Al Sayegh Brothers Building, Muraqqabat,
Deira P.O. box 55106
+97142622770
+97142669964/
+97142680340
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Abu Dhabi
Lotus Tower, Airport road, P.O. Box 7993
+97124452111
+97124462040
Sharjah
Al Sayegh Brothers Main SVC Center
Industrial area #6.
+97165436221
+97165437422
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Axiom Telecom
World Trade Centre, P. O. Box 9266, Dubai UAE
04 3318555 (LG Customer Information Center: 800 54)
04 3318855
www.axiomtelecom.com
atcc@axiomtelecom.com
Service Centers in UAE
Area
Address
Telephone No.
Fax No.
Dubai
Shk Zayed Road, Al Kawakeb Building, Block
C, P O Box 9266, Dubai, UAE
00971 43210600
00971 43210400
Abu Dhabi
Defense Road, Block A 4, Next to Al Sultan
Restaurant. Abu Dhabi, UAE
00971 26417144
00971 26417076
Sharjah
Shop no 78, Crystal Plaza, Buhaira Corniche
Road , Shj UAE
00971 65751503
00971 65751404
Saudi Arabia
Headquarter
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Axiom Telecom
9th Floor, Al Subaiee Tower, Abdul Aziz Highway, Al Khobar, KSA, P O Box 4742
00966 38019000
00966 38019051
www.axiomtelecom.com
ksasupport@axiomtelecom.com
Se
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Area
Address
Telephone No.
Fax No.
A
KHOBAR
9, Al Fanar Complex, Khobar-Dammam
Highway, Khobar 31952, KSA
00966 38587922
00966 38587910
R
RIYADH
Olaya Main Street, Nr. Al Owais Market,
Riyadh, KSA
00966 12698255
00966 12698355
JEDDAH
City Plaza Centre, Price Sultan Street, Jeddah,
KSA
00966 26922764
00966 26924575
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Saudi Arabia
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AL Farida Telecom Co. Ltd. (SKY)
P.o. box 359, Riyadh 11411, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
+96612112345
+96612112311
marwan.alshare@alhokair.com.sa
Service Centers
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Address
Telephone No.
Fax No.
Riyadh
P.o. box 359, Riyadh 11411, Riyadh, Saudi
Arabia
+966121112345
+96612112311
Saudi Arabia
Headquarter
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Itsalat International Co.
P.O. Box 9798, Dammam, 31423, Saudi Arabia.
+96638343000
+96638334664
http://www.itsalat.com
ashraf.hassan@itsalat.com, headoffice@itsalat.com
Service Centers
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Area
Address
Telephone No.
Fax No.
A
Jeddah
Palestine st., Soukal Jawal, Jeddah
+96626677988
+96626643618
D
Riyadh
Mursalat, Neat STC, Riyadh
+96614559106
+96612645766
Dammam
Malik Fahd Road
+96638411111
+96638469055
QATAR
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Video Home & Electronics Center
Musherib Street, P.O.Box 4668, Doha, Qatar
+9744315865
+9744437876
http://www.jumboqatar.com
alexjacob@jumboqatar.com
Service Centers
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Doha
Musherib street, P.O.Box 4668, Doha, Qatar
+9744315865
+9744437876
OMAN
Headquarter
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Oman Gulf Enterprises L.L.C
P.O. Box 175, PC 117, Muscat, OMAN
+96824502866/8
+96824502019
http://www.otegroup.com
sudhirk@otegroup.com
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Service Centers
A
Area
Address
Telephone No.
Fax No.
Salalah
P.O. Box 211, PC2823, Salalah, OMAN
+96823210684
+96823210145
Sur
P.O. Box 480, PC 411, Sur, OMAN
+96825545107
+96825545107
Nizwah
P.O. Box 784, PC 611, Nizwah, OMAN
+96825412549
+96825412549
Sohar
P.O. Box 205, PC 321, Al Tarif, Sohar, OMAN
+96826843942
+96826843942
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Cellucom and Partners L.L.Cl
Office No 7, Makha Business Center, Ruwi High Street, Muscat, Oman
+96824835010
+96824834234
http://cellucom.com
: info@cellucom.com
Service Centers
Area
Address
Telephone No.
Fax No.
Muscat, Oman
Office No 7, Makha Business Center, Ruwi
High Street, Muscat, Oman
+96824835010
+96824834234
KUWAIT
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Cellucom Kuwait WLL
Salem Al Mubarak Street, Shaha Complex, P.O. Box: 4019, Salmiya, Kuwait
+9655710801
+9655710803
http://cellucom.com
info@cellucom.com
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Salmiya, Kuwait
Salem Al Mubarak Street, Shaha Complex,
P.O. Box: 4019, Salmiya, Kuwait
+9655710801
+9655710803
So
KUWAIT
Headquarter
o Agent Name
o Address
: Al Ghanim Sons Group.
: First Floor,Gharabally Building, Dhajeej Area, South Farwaniya,
SAFAT-13097, Kuwait.
o Telephone No. : + 965 4331709
o Fax No.
: + 965 4344790
o Email
: snair@alghanim-sons.com
Service Centers
Area
Address
South Farwaniya
First Floor,Gharabally Building,Dhajeej Area,South + 965 4331709
Farwaniya , SAFAT-13097,Kuwait
Telephone No.
Fax No.
+ 965 4344790
BAHRAIN
Headquarter
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Cellucom WLL
Shop no 5&6, Gosi commercial Complex, Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain
+97317294026
+97317294046
http://cellucom.com
info@cellucom.com
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Area
Address
Telephone No.
Fax No.
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Manama, Bahrain
Shop no 5&6, Gosi commercial Complex,
Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain
+97317294026
+97317294046
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BAHRAIN
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Fono
Gosi Complex, Exhibition Rd, Manama, Bahrain
00973 17312001
00973 17310884
www. axiomtelecom.com
fcc@almoayyedintl.com.bh
Service Centers in Bahrain
Area
Address
Telephone No.
Fax No.
Bahrain
Fono, Gosi Complex, Exhibition Rd, Manama,
Bahrain
00973 17312001
00973 17310884
YEMEN
Headquarter
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Al Mutarreb
Hada st.Al Mutarreb for Trading, P.O. Box-19272
+9671503240
+9671500878
mutarreb@y.net.ye
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Yemen
Hada st. Al Muttrieb for Trading
P.O. Box 19272
+9671503240
+9671500878
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IRAN
Headquarter
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Telephone No.
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Web Site
Email
: Persian Telecom (Al Raheel General Trading Co., L.L.C.)
: First florr, No.140, Ghaem Magham St., Tehran, IRAN
: +982188302922/+982188827100
: +982188302921
: http://www.persiantelecomclub.com
: bahrami@persiantelecom.ir
Service Centers
Area
Address
Telephone No.
Fax No.
Tehran
First florr, No.140, Ghaem Magham St., Tehran,
IRAN
+982188302922
+982188827100
+982188302921
Tehran
No.69&70, Ground Floor, Aladdin Trade complex, +982166722675
Jomhori Ave, Tehran, IRAN
+982166724173
+982166724173
IRAQ
Headquarter
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Al-Seera Communication Company
14th Ramadan Road, Al-Mansour Street, Baghdad, Iraq
+9647901393615
+96415427798
http://www.alseera.com
seeracom@hotmail.com, mohammed_d_r@hotmail.com
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Baghdad
14th Ramadan Road, Al Mansour Street
+9647901393615
+96415427798
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Digital technologies
Jdeidet El Metn, Beirut Lebanon
+961 01-236110
+961-1-236110
digitaltechnologies@idm.net.lb
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Address
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Beirut
Jdeidet El Metn, near Gallery Khabbaz
+961 01-236110
+961-1-236110
EGYPT
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Delta Communication
39 M Tawfik Diab – Makram Ebied, Nasar City, Egypt
+2027487100 (LG Customer Information Center: 19960)
+2025201241
salahezz@delta-group.org
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Nasar City
39 M Tawfik Diab – Makram Ebied,
Nasar City, Egypt
+2027487100
+2025201241
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Axiom Telecom
8, Al Oboor Buildings, Salah Salem Street, Cairo, Egypt
002 02 4015050/4013939
002 02
www. axiomtelecom.com
menon@axiomtelecom.com
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AXIOM-CAIRO
3, Abdul Fida Street, Zamalik, Cairo Province,
Egypt
002 02 7377881
002 02 7377882
AXIOM- ALEXANDRIA
10, Victoria Square Amanwel, Zahrat Al Kotn
Building, Somooha, Alexandria, Egypt
002 02 4242529
SYRIA
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ECC (Engineering Commerce Co.)
Abo Romaneh Shakib Arslan str.
+963113347720/1/3/4/5/6, +963113347465
+963113333825
ecc@net.sy
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Damascus
Kaboon – facing the bus Pullman station
+963119345
+963114537010
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Aleppo
Jameilia beside Alseddeik Mosque
+963212284002
+963212122367
JORDAN
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7 Global For Communication Equipments
Jordan - Amman
00962 6 5563008
962-6-5563009
www.7global.mobi / Info@7global.info
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Jordan
Jordan - Amman
00962 6 5518883
00962 6 5563008
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Morocco
Tunisia
Libya
Algeria
Kenya
Nigeria
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Headquarter
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: LGEMC (LG Electronics Morocco S.A.R.L)
: Immebule 2, Zenith Millenium, Sidi Maarouf, Lotissement Attawfiq, casa,
Morocco
o Telephone No. : 081005454 (LG Customer Information Center)
o Fax No.
: +21222975959
o Email
: abdelhamid@lge.com
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Address
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Cetelec
5 rue Albouhtouri casa anfa Maroc
+21222270790
+21222203748
Lineatec
105 Avenue Fal ould oumaeir Number 1,
Agdal, Rabat
+21237776506
+21237671040
TUNISIA
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Email
: TTE (Tunisian Telecom Electric Distribution)
: Tunisian telecom Distribution, 22 Rue 8600 ZI Charguia, Tunis, Tunisia
: +21670838424
: +21670838422
: http://www.tte.com.tn
: f.hamdi@tte.com.tn
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22 Rue 8600 ZI Charguia, Tunis, Tunisia
+21670838424
+21670838422
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LIBYA
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AL MASAR the Import of Electronic Devices
Cedy Elmasri, Almadar Street Tripoli Libya
00218-21-3600167
00218-21-3600167
www.massar.com.ly / Info@massar.com.ly
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Address
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Tripol
Cedy Elmasri, Almadar Street Tripoli Libya
00218-21-3600167
00218-21-3600167
ALGERIA
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Algerika
409, Lotissement El-Bouroudj, Ain-Allah Delly Brahim Alger.
+21321917494
+21321917505
garantie@algerie-k.com
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Algiers
409, Lotissement El-Bouroudj, Ain-Allah Delly
Brahim Alger
+21321917494
+21321917505
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Skytel Limited
Wilson Airport, PO Box 42444, Nairobi, Kenya
+25420252240/1
+25420252240
alex.kabuagi@xcom.co.ke
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Nairobi
Wilson Airport, PO Box 42444, Nairobi,
Kenya
+25420252240/1
+25420252240
NIGERIA
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LGEAL (LG Electronics Antwerp Logistics N.V.)
65C, Opebi Road, Ikeja Lagos. Nigeria
+23418935454 (LG Customer Information Center)
+23417936510, 4977753
cland@lge.com
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Lagos
65C, Opebi Road, Ikeja Lagos. Nigeria
+23418927777
+23417936510
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: Vodacare
: ARC,Gound Floor, east wing, Vodacom Service Park, Vodacom Boulevard,
Vodavalley,Midrand,SA.
o Telephone No. : +27115464039 (LG Customer Information Center : 0861545454)
o Fax No.
: +27115464331
o Web Site
: http://www.cellucity.co.za
o Email
: craig.gower@vodacom.co.za
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Midrand
ARC,Gound Floor, east wing,
Vodacom Service Park, Vodacom Boulevard,
Vodavalley Midrand, SA
+27115464039
+27115464331
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Combase
44 Old Pretoria Road,Midrand,SA.
+27116558000 (LG Customer Information Center : 0861545454)
+2711315 8387
deanw@combase.co.za
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Capetown
64-70 Edward Street,Belville,Capetown..
+27219102940
+27219103011
Durban
379 Umbilo Road,Durban
+27312060877
+27312057655
Port Elizabeth
Shop 1, Salgar House,18 Newton Street,
Newton Park.
+27413632989
+27413631787
Nelspruit
Shop G14, Nelcity Building, Cnr Paul Kruger & Louis +27137554185
Trichard Rds, Nelspruit
+27137554183
Bloemfontein
Shop 16, College Square, Nelson Mandela Road, +27514441688
Bloemfontein, 9300
+27514441922
Midrand
44 Old Pretoria Road,Midrand,SA
+27113158387
+27116558000
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o Agent Name
o Address
: IXIA Trading 348 PTY Ltd
: Block B, Lone Creek, Waterfall Park, Bekker Street, Vorna Valley,
Midrand, 1685, South Africa
o Telephone No. : +27118057863 (LG Customer Information Center : 0861545454)
o Fax No.
: +27866339459
o Email
: david@ixia.co.za
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Midrand
Block B, Lone Creek, Waterfall Park, Bekker Street,
Vorna Valley, Midrand, 1685, South Africa
+27118057863
+27866339459
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Teleservice Int. Telefon
Dr. Fahrettin Kerim Gökay Cad. No:31-1 Altunizade Üsküdar TR-34662 Istanbul
+902165450404
+902165445656
http://www.teleservice.com
sinan.kus@teleservice.com
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Istanbul
Dr. Fahrettin Kerim Gökay Cad. No:31-1 Altunizade +902165450404
Üsküdar TR-34662 Istanbul
Ankara
Mithatpasa cad. No:31 A TR-06420 Kızılay/Ankara
+903124301222
+903124353365
Diyarbakır
Inönü Cad. 4/C Büyük Hotel Altı Da_kapı TR-21090 +904122287785
Diyarbakır
+904122288088
Izmi
Gazi Bulvari No:90/B TR-35230 Çankaya/Izmir
+902324457775
Teleservice
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SNG
Vadox
Telephone No.
+902324458600
Fax No.
+902165445656
PAKISTAN
Headquarter
o Agent Name
o Address
: New Allied Mobile Communication
: 3/3 Ground Floor, Rabbiya Garden, M.C.H.S., Shaheed-e-Millat Road, Karachi,
Pakistan.
o Telephone No. : +92214388271/74
o Fax No.
: +92214388278
o Email
: zpalg@yahoo.com
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Karachi
N-1, 4th Floor, Al -Haroon, 10 Aga Khan III
Road, Karachi. 74400.
+92212729722
+92212729722
Lahore
Suite # 10, 2nd Floor Hafeez Centre Gulburg
III, Lahore
+92425759157
+92425714684
Multan
352 Hithar Road Behind Hussain Agahi Road,
Multan
+926145184012
+92616561456
Faisalabad
63, Gulistan Market, Street # 3, Near Taj
Cinema, Railway Road, Faisalabad
+92412640655
Islamabad
2 / B, N.H.S.P Centre, Near Utility Store Head
Office, Fazal-e-Haq Road, Blue Area
+925128282734
+92512828234
P/N: MCDE0000602(1.3)
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