GPRS Phone
USER'S MANUAL
MODEL : LG - G510
LG-G510 has a polished style which provides
users’ a better feel and convenience.
LG-G510 GPRS Phone
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For Your Safety
All radio transmitters carry risks of interference with electronics in close
proximity.
GSM Phones must be switched off at all times in an aircraft.
Do not activate near petrol stations, fuel depots, chemical
plants or blasting operations.
Switch off in hospitals : medical electronics, e.g. pacemakers
and hearing aids can be affected.
Minor interference may affect TVs, radios, PCs, etc.
Do not hold the phone in your hand while driving.
Do not dismantle phone or battery.
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Please note:
Use only specified batteries and chargers as others can
damage the phone.
Unusable batteries should be disposed of in accordance with
relevant legislation.
Only use ORIGINAL accessories to avoid damage to your
phone.
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Contents
Overview
Part of the Phone ............................................................... 10
• Front of the Phone ............................................................ 11
• Rear of the Phone ............................................................. 11
Key Description ................................................................... 12
• Side of the Key .................................................................. 13
• Alphanumeric Keys ........................................................... 14
Display Information
Display Information ............................................................. 15
• On-Screen Icons ............................................................... 15
Getting Started
Installation ........................................................................... 17
• Installing the SIM Card ...................................................... 17
• Installing the Battery ......................................................... 18
• Charging the Battery ......................................................... 19
Powering On Sequence ...................................................... 20
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Access Codes ...................................................................... 21
• PIN 1 code (4 to 8 digits) .................................................. 21
• PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits) ................................................... 21
• PUK 1 code (4 to 8 digits) ................................................. 21
• PUK 2 code (4 to 8 digits) ................................................. 21
Write And Read Messages ................................................. 22
• Write message .................................................................. 22
• Read message .................................................................. 22
eZi Text ................................................................................. 25
• Using eZi Text ................................................................... 25
Accessing the Menu
Phonebook ........................................................................... 32
SIM Tool Kit [Menu1] ........................................................... 32
Messages [Menu 2] ............................................................. 33
• Inbox [Menu 2-1] ............................................................... 30
• Outbox [Menu 2-2] ............................................................ 31
• Write [Menu 2-3] ............................................................... 32
• Msg Settings [Menu 2-4] ................................................... 33
• Cell Broadcast [Menu 2-5] ................................................ 34
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• Templates [Menu 2-6] ....................................................... 36
• Voice Mail [Menu 2-7] ....................................................... 36
Call Log [Menu 3] (SIM dependent) ................................... 38
Outgoing Calls [Menu 3-1] .................................................... 38
Incoming Calls [Menu 3-2] .................................................... 38
Missed Calls [Menu 3-3] ........................................................ 38
Call Charge [Menu 3-4] ......................................................... 38
Call Divert [Menu 4] ............................................................. 41
Profile [Menu 5] ................................................................... 42
Settings [Menu 6] ................................................................ 43
Alarm Clock [Menu 6-1] ......................................................... 43
Date & Time [Menu 6-2] ........................................................ 44
Phone Settings [Menu 6-3] .................................................... 45
Call Setting [Menu 6-4] .......................................................... 47
Security [Menu 6-5] ............................................................... 51
Network [Menu 6-6] ............................................................... 54
Factory Reset [Menu 6-7] ...................................................... 55
Scheduler [Menu 7] ............................................................. 56
View day [Menu 7-1] ............................................................. 56
Make note [Menu 7-2] ........................................................... 57
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Delete [Menu 7-3] .................................................................. 57
View all [Menu 7-4] ................................................................ 58
Accessory [Menu 8] ............................................................ 59
Internet(WWW) [Menu 9] ..................................................... 61
Home [Menu 9-1] .................................................................. 61
Bookmarks [Menu 9-2] .......................................................... 61
Profiles [Menu 9-3] ................................................................ 62
Cache [Menu 9-4] .................................................................. 66
Security certificate [Menu 9-5] ............................................... 67
How to Use Data and Fax call ............................................ 68
Sending Data or Fax Calls .................................................... 68
Receiving Data or Fax Calls .................................................. 68
Voice Memo ......................................................................... 70
Voice Memo .......................................................................... 70
Voice Memo Menu ................................................................ 70
Care and Maintenance ........................................................ 71
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Part of the Phone
Overview
Front of the Phone
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Earpiece
Active Folder
Display Screen
Soft Left Key
Record Key
Confirm Key
Send Key
Up/Down Side Key
Ear Microphone
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Star Key
Call Indicator Light
Soft Right Key
Navigation Keys
END/PWR Key
Numeric Keys
Hash Key
Microphone
Overview
Rear of the Phone
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1 Battery Cover
2 Cable Connector/
Battery Charging
Connector/
Hands-Free Car kit
Connector
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SIM Card Socket
Battery Terminals
Handstrap Hole
Battery Lock
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Key Description
Overview
The following shows key components of the phone.
Keypad Description
Key
Description
Soft Left Key / Soft Right Key
Each of these keys performs the function indicated by
the text on the display immediately above it.
WAP Hotkey
You can directly connect to WAP by pressing this key.
Easy Key
Navigation Keys
You can use these keys to scroll through names, phone
numbers, menus or setting options. In a standby mode,
if you press up/down navigation keys, you can see the
"Dialed Number” “Received Number” and “Missed
Number”.
Send Key
You can dial a phone number and answer a call.
If you press this key without entering a number, your
phone shows the most recently dialled number.
Numeric Keys
These keys are used mainly to dial in standby mode
and enter numbers or characters in editing mode.
When you press these keys for a long time.
• Used to call your voice mail box by
.
• Used to call for international call by
.
• Used to call speed dials by from
to
.
Star Key
Used to enter to vibration mode by pressing this key
for a long time.
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Overview
Key
Description
Hash Key
Also used to key lock by pressing and holding this key for
a few seconds.
END/PWR Key
Used to end or reject a call. This key is also used as
Power Key. You can power on and off by pressing and
holding this key for a few seconds.
Side of the Key
Keypad Description
Key
Description
Record Key
You can use voice memo by pressing and holding this
key for a few seconds.
Up/Down Side Key
You can control the volume of key tone in standby mode
and also control the volume during a call.
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Key Description
Overview
Alphanumeric Keys
The alphabet and numerical keypad mapping relation are listed as the
following table.
Key
Description
.!‘,-?@1_
ABC2ÄÅÆÇabc2äåæ
DEF3def
GHI4ghi
JKL5jkl
MNO6ÑÖmnoñö
PQRS7ßpqrs
TUV8Ütuvü
WXYZ9wxyz
0 Ø [Space Key]
Notice
• In case of symbol mode, after entering the character, mode is
automatically converted to Capital letter mode. And if you want to
enter another symbol character, find it to use the navigation keys,
and
key, press
[Key] or
key to save. Also you
can use the next symbol page with and .
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Display Information
Display Information
The screen displays several icons the following describe each of them you
may see on the phone.
On-Screen Icons
Line in use
Voice
Message
Call status
Alarm
Battery
Status
Signal Strength
Roaming
Vibrator Mode
SMS Message
Icon/Indicator Description
Tells you the strength of the network signal.
You are in no service area. / Call is connected.
Shows that you are using a roaming service.
Line 1/2 is in use for outgoing calls - If you subscribe to
the Two Line Service.
You have received a text message.
You have received a voice message, depending on your
subscription.
All audible signals are turned off except the alarm.
All tones are switched off.
Tells you the status of the battery.
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Display Information
Top Menu Icons
Icon
Description
SIM Tool Kit
Messages
Call log
Call Divert
Profile
Settings
Scheduler
Accessory
Internet
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Display Information
Installation
Getting Started
1 Installing the SIM Card
Locate the SIM card socket in the back of the phone. Follow the steps
below to install the SIM card.
1. Unlock the battery cover ➊ and lift it off ➋.
2. Flip the SIM holder ➌.
3. Slide the SIM card into the holder ➍.
• Ensure the angled corner is positioned
correctly and the contact is made.
4. Close the SIM card holder, and move the
holder lock lever up.
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Installation
Getting Started
Notice
• Before installing always make sure that the phone is switched off
and remove the battery.
• The metal contact of the SIM card can be easily damaged by
scratches. Pay special attention to the SIM card when you handle
and install. Follow the instructions supplied with the SIM card.
2 Installing the Battery
1. Place the bottom end of the battery on the
phone. (See the picture left for purposes of
illustration.)
2. Push the battery back until you hear a
“CLICK” sound.
3. Close the battery cover.
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Getting Started
3 Charging the Battery
To connect the travel adapter to the phone, you must have installed the
battery.
1. Insert one end of the travel charger into
the bottom of the phone.
2. Connect the other end of the travel
charger to an AC wall outlet.
Use only the included packing charger.
Usage Times
Battery Type
Charging Times
Standby
Talk
Standard
2 hours
150 hours
2 hours 30 min
Extended
3 hours
250 hours
4 hours
Notice
• Remember to fully charge the used battery after changing the
batteries.
• Do not remove your battery or the SIM card while charging.
• “Battery Charging” is displayed on the screen after connecting the
travel adapter. Only if the battery is totally empty, Call Indicator
Light is on without displaying “Battery Charging”.
• The moving bars will stop after charging completely.
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Powering On Sequence
Getting Started
In order to get started with your phone, follow
the steps.
1. Press and hold
button until you hear a
tone from your phone to switch on.
2. If PIN code request of your SIM card is
enabled, your phone asks you to enter PIN
code. Enter the PIN code, then your phone
connects to a GSM network and the
network name appears on the display
shortly.
3. And then, your phone goes to standby
mode. If the PIN code is disabled, your
phone connects to the network without the
request of entering the PIN code.
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Access Codes
Getting Started
You can use the access codes described in this section to avoid
unauthorized use of your phone. The access codes (except PUK and PUK2
codes) can be changed by using [Menu 6-5-5]. See the following section.
PIN 1 code (4 to 8 digits)
The PIN (Personal Identification Number) code protects your SIM card
against unauthorized use. The PIN code is usually supplied with the SIM
card. When the PIN code request is enabled [Menu 6-5-5-1], the code is
asked each time you try to change PIN code or enable/disable PIN code
request, or your phone is switched on.
PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits)
The PIN2 code, supplied with some SIM cards, is required to access some
functions such as Advice of call charge, Fixed Dial number, Erase all
phonebook entries. These functions are only available if supported by your
SIM card.
PUK 1 code (4 to 8 digits)
The PUK(Personal Unblocking Key) code is required to change a blocked
PIN code. The PUK code may be supplied with the SIM card. If not, contact
your local service provider for the code. If you lose the code, also contact
your service provider.
PUK 2 code (4 to 8 digits)
The PUK2 code, supplied with some SIM cards, is required to change a
blocked PIN2 code. If you lose the code, also contact your service provider.
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Write And Read Messages
Getting Started
Write message
If you want to write the short message, you will follow the next procedure.
1. Press
[Menu]
2. Select Messages in main menu by pressing
[OK]. And then If
you want to write a new message, select Write Message in the menu If
you want to write a reply message, select Inbox in the menu If you want
to modify the previous message, select Outbox in the menu, then you
can edit the message by using eZi text editor or normal editor.
Read message
If you want to read the stored short message received before, you will
follow the next steps
1. Press
[Menu]
2. Then you can see the top menu. And select Messages by pressing
[OK].
3. When Messages menu is displayed, scroll to Inbox by using
and press
[OK].
and
4. Once you enter this menu, you can see the first stored messages. Scroll
to the desired message by using
,
and press
[OK] to read it.
And if you want to exit Inbox menu, press
[Back]. While reading
message, Press Options to access the available options. You can see
the explanation of Option in [Menu 1-3].
If you want to read the short message just received, you will follow the next
steps.
1. When received a short message, your phone will show you a
2. Press the
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[Read] then you can read the just received message.
eZi Text
Getting Started
Using eZi Text
The eZi Text allows the user to type easily and quickly. Simply pressing
each key once for each character, you can get the words you want.
Furthermore, the candidate is predicted along with other candidates that fit
the letters typed thus far. So, you don't need to input entire characters to
make the word.
■ How to change mode
We support three kinds of edit mode. eZi mode, numeric mode and
letter mode. To change mode just Press
key, then you can select
one mode among three modes. And you can
[Option] key to
change mode.
■ How to use in ezi mode
To input text in eZi Text mode, simply press
each key once for each letter. Input the
characters. And you can see that the candidate
is appeared in text box, which has a high
priority. Also you can choose other candidate
using and .
eZi
option
Back
E.g. If you want to enter "Meet at church after lunch."
To type 'Meet' the user types the letters on the keys, requiring only one
key-hit per letter. The candidate 'Meet' is predicted along with other
candidates which fit the letters typed thus far. The user uses the select
'Meet'.
The user continues inputting characters in a similar manner for the rest
of the message. Each candidate only requires a couple of key hits to
find the target word.
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eZi Text
Getting Started
Now let's demonstrate the predictive power. The word "lunch" is 5
letters long. Text input only requires 4 key hits before the word is
predicted.
If at any time the user wants to input some punctuation, they need only
key to input punctuation.
For example, if you want to enter "you", then press
key once. You
can see "we". Next, press
key, then you can see "you" in the text
box. If the word isn't shown, press
key, or search the word with
and .
After entering characters, select the candidate you want with
key.
Notice
• You can change a language with '
change the capital form with
and
➝ YOU ➝ Y.O.U. ➝ y.o.u.
' key. And you can also
. For example : you ➝ You
■ How to use in numeric mode
You can use this mode to input number, change
another mode by
key.
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1. Change the input mode to Numeric.
2. Press the key you want to enter
option
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Back
Getting Started
■ How to use in letter mode
There are three sub-modes in letter mode. You
can change sub-mode with
key.
ABC
- Capital Mode, Small Mode.
- Symbol Mode(long key)
option
Back
- Capital Mode -
You can use this mode to input letters, change
another mode by
key. Each key
corresponds to several characters (see
Character Table on this page).
abc
1. Press a key several times to show the
character you want. For example, to enter
"C", press
key three times.
2. To enter space, press
option
Back
.
3. To correct mistake, press
[Clr]. The
character before the cursor will be deleted.
- Small Mode -
* +-#!
@£$¥!”#
option
%&’()
Back
- Symbol Mode -
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eZi Text
Getting Started
Notice
• In case of symbol mode, after entering the character, mode is
automatically converted to CAP letter mode. And if you want to
enter another symbol character, find it to use
and
key,
and
key, press Save or '
' key. Also you can use the
next symbol page with and
.
■ Using user's dictionary
You can use user's dictionary in case of SMS. The eZi Text has user's
dictionary. You can add some words to user's dictionary - and then the
word has a high priority
■ How to add word to user's dictionary
1. In the screen of eZi text mode press
2. Scroll to Dictionary menu, press
3. Press
[Option] key.
[OK] key.
[Option] key after entering word you want.
4. Scroll to Add to UPD menu, press
[OK] key.
5. If Done message is displayed in phone, it is added successfully to
user's dictionary.
6. And you can check the added word on List Dictionary menu.
■ How to erase word from user's dictionary
1. Scroll to List Dictionary menu.
2. Press
[OK] key after selecting word you want to delete.
3. In next screen, press
4. Press
[Option] key.
[OK] key after selecting Del from UPD.
5. If Done message is displayed in phone, then it is deleted
successfully from user's dictionary.
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Getting Started
Notice
• The phone will flash its lights, beep, and display the note. If the
display is showing a Call note, you can call the displayed number
by pressing send key
■ Delete [Menu 6-3]
Allows you to delete for the selected note(s).
• Of Chosen day [Menu 6-3-1]
• One by One [Menu 6-3-2]
• All at once [Menu 6-3-3]
■ View all [Menu 6-4]
Shows the notes that are set for all days. Use
,
to browse through
the note(s). Pressing
[Option] allows access to the same menu as
in 'View day'.
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Phonebook
Names
Names
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1
Search
2
Add
3
Speed dial
4
Service num
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Copy all
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Own
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Memory Status
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9
Group
Delete all
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Settings
Accessing the Menu
Description
Description
Allows you to search for a specific name,
number, E-mail, and voice.
Entry Allows you to add new names and
numbers in SIM or Phone.
Allows you to assign up to 8(2-9) one- touch dial
allocations.
Allows you to show the Service Dial Number
entries.
Allows you to copy entries from your Phone
memory
Number Allows you to enter and show your own
numbers
Allows you to select the preferred memory
(Phone or SIM card) or to view the memory
status.
You can manage Group list by using this menu.
Allows you to erase all the data in either your
phonebook or the SIM card by selecting the
memory.
Allows you to select memory and set the type for
searching.
SIM Tool Kit [Menu1]
Accessing the Menu
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Messages [Menu 2]
Accessing the Menu
This menu in your phone includes functions related to text message, voice
message, cell broadcast message, as well as setting for message.
Inbox [Menu 2-1]
When received a text message, your phone show
and store it in the
incoming message lists. It shows the symbol until you read the message.
Once you enter this menu, you can see the incoming list. Scroll to the
desired message by using ,
and select the message by
to see it.
The bottom of list is not a message but Delete all which is for deleting all
incoming message.
And if you want to exit Inbox menu, press
While reading message, Press
options.
[select].
[Options] to access the available
■ Search
Allows you to search for a specific name.
■ Edit
You can edit a incoming message and send or save the edited
message.
■ Delete
The message is deleted.
■ Forward
You can forward the selected message to the phone number that you
enter. So, in this menu, your phone asks you to enter the number and
send it to the number.
■ Text reply
You can reply to the sender by message. Once you enter in this menu,
you can write a new message you would send and save it.
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Accessing the Menu
■ Voice Call
You can call back to the sender who sent the message. If you select this
item, your phone will call automatically.
■ Extract numbers
If the selected message has phone number, you can extract it by
selecting this menu, and call or store in a phone book.
Outbox [Menu 2-2]
When you enter this menu, you can see the outgoing list. Scroll to the
desired message by using
,
and press
[Select] to see the
message. And if you want to exit Outbox menu, press
[Back]. The
bottom of list is not a message but Delete all which is for deleting all
outgoing message.
And if you want to exit outbox menu, press
While reading message, Press
options.
[Back].
[Options] to access the available
■ Edit
You can edit outgoing message and send or save the edited message.
■ Delete
The message is deleted.
■ Forward
You can forward the selected message to the phone number that you
enter. So, in this menu, your phone asks you to enter the number and
send it to the number.
■ Extract numbers
If the selected message has phone numbers, you can extract that by
selecting this menu, and call or store in a phone book.
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Messages [Menu 2]
Accessing the Menu
Write [Menu 2-3]
You can write and edit text message of up to 1024 characters. When you
have finished writing your message, press
[Options]. Then
Following option menu will be displayed.
■ Send: Sends the edited message.
1. Once you enter this menu, your phone asks you to enter the number
that you want to send it to.
2. After sending it, your phone asks whether you will store the edited
message.
3. Press
[OK] if you want to store it in Outbox and press
[Back] if you don't want to.
■ Save: Saves the message in Outbox.
1. Your phone asks whether you will store the edited message.
2. Press
[OK] if you want to store it in Outbox and press
[Back] if you don't want to.
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Accessing the Menu
Msg Settings [Menu 2-4]
■ Voice Centre [Menu 2-4-1]
■ Message Type [Menu 2-4-2]
Text, Voice, Fax, Nation'l paging, X.400, E-mail, ERMES
Normally, this menu choice should be set to "Text". Your messaging
service may however offer you facility of converting your text message
into alternative formats (Voice, Fax, Nation's paging, X.400, E-mail,
ERMES) which are suitable for the equipment that will be receiving the
message. Contact your service provider for availability of this function.
■ Validity Period [Menu 2-4-3]
This network service allows you to set the length of time that your text
messages will be stored at the message center while attempts are
made to deliver them to you.: One Hour, 12 Hours, one Day, One
Week, Miximum.
■ Delivery Report [Menu 2-4-4]
In this menu, you can set the message service in order to receive the
status report of message that will be sent. This report is represented
which the message is sent to destination successfully or not.
• ON
: If you select this menu, you will receive the status report of
message
• OFF
: If you select this menu, you will not receive the status report
of message
■ Pay for replay? [Menu 2-4-5]
If the Pay for reply? option is switched on when a message is sent, it
allows the other party to whom you sent the message to reply and
charge the cost of the reply to your telephone bill.
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Messages [Menu 2]
Accessing the Menu
■ Service Centre [Menu 2-4-6]
In this menu, your phone asks to enter the address of your SMS center.
SMS center address is needed for sending text messages.
■ Alert Type [Menu 2-4-7]
The user can set how often the phone alert the user to the incoming
message according to kind of messages. : One Time, Periodic, Off
Cell Broadcast [Menu 2-5]
Cell broadcast messages are text messages broadcasted by the network
service provider to groups of GSM phone users. They provide general
information such as weather reports, traffic news, taxis, pharmacies, and
stock market prices. Each type of information has an associated
information type number. When you receive broadcast message, you can
read it according to following sequence:
1. When you receive broadcast message, it is automatically displayed on
the screen. (if your phone is in IDLE mode) If the message is so long
and cannot be displayed all in a screen, you can scroll it by pressing
and
.
2. After reading the message, press
mode. (not defined yet)
[Back] to return to the IDLE
3. And then your phone will store it until another message of the channel is
reached.
4. If you want to read it again, See the [Menu 2-5-1](Read).
■ Read (Dependent to network and subscription) [2-5-1]
You can read the stored broadcast messages in this menu. (Your phone
stores only the last message of each channel).
1. If you select this menu, your phone will display the first message.
2. You can read it. If it is so long that cannot displayed in a screen,
scroll by pressing
and
.
3. After reading, press
[Next] to read next message, and press
[Back] to exit this menu.
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Accessing the Menu
■ Receive CB [2-5-2]
• ON
: If you select this menu, your phone will receive the Cell
Broadcast message.
• OFF
: If you select this menu, your phone will not receive the Cell
Broadcast message any more.
■ Language [2-5-3]
You can select languages in this menu. Then your phone will receive
the cell broadcast messages written in the language.
In this menu, you can see the list of language which you selected
already.(ex- English, French, ...)
A. Then scroll to the item you want to select and press
[Options].
B. You can see Add/Add to end Delete. If you select Add or Add to
end, you can see the list of language that you didn't selected, then
you can select one of the list. If you select Delete, the language you
selected will be deselected.
■ Topics [2-5-4]
• User Defined
If the user selects this menu, he/she will add and delete the CB
message category in Phone memory.
If the user selects the Add menu, he/she will add the CB message
category number with its nickname.
If the user selects the Delete menu, he/she can delete the CB
message category which you selected in the list.
• Active list
If the user selects this menu, he/she adds or deletes the CB
message category in active list. If the user selects the Add menu,
you can see the user defined list in Phone memory and the list in SIM
memory, and then you can select one of the list. If you select Delete
menu, the CB message category you selected will be deselected.
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Messages [Menu 2]
Accessing the Menu
Templates [Menu 2-6]
It's for pre-defined message. You can add one of the template list to your
message.
Voice Mail [Menu 2-7]
The handset is capable of dealing with voicemail if this feature is supported
by the network service provider. When new voicemail arrives, the network
sends the handset a text message to inform it of the waiting voicemail. If
this message matches that stored in the "Voice mail" setting, the handset
displays the voicemail icon
to inform you of the new voicemail.
You must configure the voicemail home mailbox number, and the numbers
to dial to enable and disable voicemail, before voicemail can be used.
Please check with your network service provider for details of their service
in order to configure the handset accordingly.
The handset is configured by using Messages/Voicemail/ Box Numbers
to set the following:
the number to dial on the home network to listen to voicemail (Home Mbox)
the number to dial when on other networks to listen to voicemail (Roam
Mbox)
the number to dial to be alerted to new voicemail using a voice call (Voice
no)
the number to dial to be alerted to new voicemail using a text message
(Message no)
the number to dial to disable voicemail (Disable no)
the number to dial to enable voicemail (Enable no)
When these numbers have been set correctly, you can check voicemail,
turn voicemail on or off, or change the voicemail alert simply by selecting
Message/Voicemail/Get V-mail and the desired option. The handset will
dial the number you set up to inform the network of your choice.
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Accessing the Menu
You can manually set the voicemail alert SMS message to match that sent
by the network when a new voicemail is received, if it is not already set. To
do this turn voicemail on, ring your handset and leave yourself a voicemail
message. The next text message to arrive will be the network's alert to the
handset that voicemail is waiting. Copy down this message, then go to the
Message/Voicemail/Alert match menu option, enter the message and
save it.
If the voicemail alert message from the network varies according to the
number of voicemail messages the network is holding for you - for example
the message sent sometimes reads "1 new voice message" and other
times might read "2 new voice messages" - you can set a wildcard in the
Alert match option by inserting a "?". Thus you would enter the wild carded
text message "? new voice message" in the Alert match option. The
handset can then correctly identify these messages as voicemail alerts and
display the correct icon.
If desired, you could also save your voicemail box number to a speed dial
location to provide one-touch access.
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Call Log [Menu 3] (SIM dependent)
Accessing the Menu
Outgoing Calls [Menu 3-1]
This menu shows recently dialed numbers up to 20. You can call by this
number, also save and edit it in this menu.
Incoming Calls [Menu 3-2]
This menu shows recently received numbers up to 10. You can call by this
number, also save and edit it in this menu.
Missed Calls [Menu 3-3]
This menu shows recently missed numbers up to 10. You can call by this
number, also save and edit it.
Call Charge [Menu 3-4]
■ Call Duration [Menu 3-4-1]
This function allows you to view the duration of your Last Call, All Calls,
Incoming Call and Outgoing Call in hours, minutes and seconds. You
can also reset the call timers.
Note
• The actual time invoiced for calls by your service provider may vary,
depending upon network features, rounding-off for billing, and so
forth.
1. Press
[Menu] in a standby mode.
2. Press
for direct access or Use
and
to enter Call Log.
3. Press
for direct access or Use
and
to enter Call charge.
4. Scroll to highlight Call Duration and Press
[Select] to enter.
5. This menu has 5 sub-menus. You can choose the item that you want
to see.
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Accessing the Menu
■ Call Cost [Menu 3-4-2]
This network service allows you to check the costs of your last call ,all
calls, remaining and reset the costs. To reset the cost you need the
PIN2 code. See 'Access Code'.
The Costs are shown for each SIM card independently in terms of the
unit set within [Menu 3-4-2]
Note
• The actual cost invoiced for calls by your service provider may vary,
depending upon network features, rounding-off for billing, taxes and
so forth.
1. Press
[Menu] in a standby mode.
2. Press
for direct access or Use
and
3. Press
for direct access or Use
and
4. Scroll to highlight Call Costs and Press
to enter Call Log.
to enter Call charge.
[Select] to enter.
5. This menu has 4 sub-menus. You can choose the item that you want
to see.
■ Cost Setting [Menu 3-4-3]
• Charge rate [Menu 3-4-3-1]
You can set currency name and unit price. Contact your services
providers to obtain charging unit prices. To select the currency or unit
in this menu, you will need the PIN2 code.
1. Press
[Menu] in a standby mode.
2. Press
for direct access or Use
and
to enter Call Log.
3. Press
for direct access or Use
and
to enter Call charge.
4. Scroll to highlight Cost Settings and Press
[Select] to enter.
5. Select Charge rate to enter.
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Call Log [Menu 3] (SIM dependent)
Accessing the Menu
• Charge Limit [Menu 3-4-3-2]
This network services allows you to limit the costs of your calls to a
selected number of charging units.
If you have selected Read, the number of remaining units is shown
when the display is clear. If you have selected "Change", you can
change your charge limit.
When all units have been used, no calls can be made except
emergency calls. Depending on the SIM card you are using, you may
need the PIN2 code to set a call cost limit.
1. Press
[Menu] in a standby mode.
2. Press
for direct access or Use
and
to enter Call Log.
3. Press
charge.
for direct access or Use
and
to enter Call
4. Scroll to highlight Cost Settings and Press
[Select] to enter.
5. Select Call Cost Limit to enter.
• Auto Display [Menu 3-4-3-3]
This network service allows you to see automatically cost of your last
call (as set in [Menu 3-4-3-3])
If you have selected Auto display On, you can see the last cost when
the call is released.
1. Press
[Menu] in a standby mode.
2. Press
for direct access or Use
and
to enter Call Log.
3. Press
charge.
for direct access or Use
and
to enter Call
4. Scroll to highlight Cost Settings and Press
5. Select Auto Display to enter.
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[Select] to enter.
Call Divert [Menu 4]
Accessing the Menu
(network and subscription dependent)
The Call divert service diverts incoming voice calls, fax calls, and/or data
calls to another number.
1. Press
[Menu] in a standby mode.
2. Press
for direct access or Use
and
to enter Divert.
• All Calls [4-1]
: Divert voice calls unconditionally
• If Busy [4-2]
: Divert voice calls when the phone is busy
• If Not Reachable [4-3] : Divert voice calls when the network cannot
reach you.
• If No reply [4-4]
: Divert voice calls which you do not answer
• All Data Calls [4-5]
: Divert Data calls unconditionally
• All fax calls [4-6]
: Divert Fax calls unconditionally
• Cancel All [4-7]
: Cancel All divert service.
The following Submenus of All Divert Menu are
• Activate [4- x -1]
: Activating the corresponding service.
• Deactivate [4- x -2]
: Deactivating the corresponding service.
• Check Status [4- x -3] : Checking the Status of the corresponding
service.
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Profile [Menu 5]
Accessing the Menu
In this Menu, You can select a group of settings to adjust a variety of
environments.
(e.g. when you are in outdoor, you can choose the outdoor profile,
Etc)
Environments are Normal, Silent, Outdoor, Meeting, Empty, Handset, and
Car.
A group of settings are Alert, Key Tone, Ring volume.
Normal/Silent/Outdoor/meeting/Empty/Handset/car
• Activate
You can adjust the profile as Normal if you are in Normal
environment. Alert, Key Tone, Ring volume are set
simultaneously
• Change
You can change the values a group of settings.
For type of 'Alert', refer 'Alert' [Menu 6-3-1].
For type of 'Key Tone', refer 'Key Tone' [Menu 6-3-1-4].
For type of 'Ring Volume', refer 'Ring volume' [Menu 6-3-1-3].
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Settings [Menu 6]
Accessing the Menu
Alarm Clock [Menu 6-1]
Your phone can raise the alarm. And you can set only one alarm in this
menu. The setting is made by the same method as used in time setting.
■ Set Alarm [6-1-1]
You can set alarm which your phone will raise.(Hour and minute)
1. Select Alarm Clock - Set Alarm.
2. Set the time your phone will raise the alarm. The way to edit time is
identical to Set Alarm.
3. Then your phone raises alarm every day until you will cancel in
following Cancel Alarm.
4. Message : Associate a test message with an alarm, as a reminder
5. Repeat : Set an alarm repeat period(Only Once, Daily, Weekly,
Monthly)
6. Alarm State : To disable or enable a repeating alarm(for example, to
switch it off over the weekend) view the alarm then select View/Edit
and set the Alarm State to Disabled or Enabled.
■ List Alarm [6-1-2]
Disabled, Enable an alarm
■ Delete All [6-1-3]
You can delete the alarm which was set.
1. In this menu, you may select the alarm which you will delete.
2. Then your phone delete alarm.
■ POWER off alarm [6-1-4]
The alarm signal sounds at the time set, even if the phone is turned off.
And then Phone will be turned off after (30 seconds) automatically.
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Settings [Menu 6]
Accessing the Menu
Date & Time [Menu 6-2]
■ Date [Menu 6-2-1]
• Set Date
: In this menu, you can set the date of your
phone.(year, month, date) (The way to edit the
number is identical to "Clock Setting")
• Clock Date Form : you can set the date format in this menu.
(YYYY/MM/DD ) or (DD/MM/YYYY) or
(MM/DD/YYYY)
■ Time [Menu 6-2-2]
The phone has its own clock. In this menu you can set the time and
select between the 12-hour or 24-hour time formats.
• Set Time
: You can set time of your phone in this menu.
You can input the time press keypad. After
setting the time, press
[OK] to store it.
• Clock Time Format : You can select time format between 12-hour or
24-hour
• Day light Saving
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: A daylight saving adjustment on the handset
clock can ble enabled or disabled using the
Date & Time-Time-Daylight saving option.
When turned on, it moves the current time
forward by 1 hour.
Accessing the Menu
Phone Settings [Menu 6-3]
■ Audio [6-3-1]
• Alert Type[Menu 6-3-1-1]
This setting defines how the phone will notify you about an incoming
voice call.(by Ring, Vibrate, Vibrate & Ring, or Silent) Once you
select this menu, the following procedure is possible.
1. If network supports "Two line service", the following submenu will
be shown. Otherwise your phone will not show the submenu and
jumping to next procedure.
Line 1 : The setting of method how to notify you about an
incoming voice call on line1.
Line 2 : The setting of method how to notify you about an
incoming voice call on line2.
2. Show menu (Ring, Vibration, Vibration then ring, Silent) and select
one.
• Ring Type [Menu 6-3-1-2]
If you select Ring out of Alert, youcan do also each line's ring pattern
separately.
• Ring Volume [Menu 6-3-1-3]
You can set the volume level for the ring tone.
• Key Tone [Menu 6-3-1-4]
You can set the volume level for the pressed key tone.
• Warning Tone [Menu 6-3-1-5]
You can turn the warning tone that is sounded when an invalid key is
pressed on or off by selecting Phone setting-Audio-Warning tone.
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Settings [Menu 6]
Accessing the Menu
■ Display [6-3-2]
• Welcome Animation [Menu 6-3-2-1]
This menu allows you to set the message which is shown briefly
when the phone is switched on.
1. Select Settings-Phone Settings-Display.
2. Then following menu will be displayed
• Text
: Your own text can be displayed. If you select this
item, your phone asks you to edit the message.
When you switch on your phone, the text will be
displayed.
• Animation : When you switch on your phone, the animation will
be displayed.
• Greeting Note (Standby display) [Menu 6-3-2-2]
This menu allows you to select the standby window display. You can
select one out of Zodiac(user own, monthly), analog clock, digital
clock, and text. In text mode, you can edit the text.
• Wallpaper [Menu 6-3-2-3]
background of idle status.
• Backlight [Menu 6-3-2-4]
Sets how long you want the keypad and display to light up each time
you press a key.
■ Language [Menu 6-3-3]
This menu provides you with selection of the language in which the
display texts will be shown. If the setting Automatic is selected, the
language used is chosen based on the current SIM card. English will be
used if the language on the SIM card is not found in the phone.
■ S/W version [Menu 6-3-4]
You can check your software version through this menu.
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Accessing the Menu
Call Setting [Menu 6-4]
■ Dtmf Tone [Menu 6-4-1]
When turned on, the DTMF Tones option on the handset menu allows
the handset to communicate with automated switchboards, as
automated switchboards do not recognize standard GSM signals. To
automatically dial a DTMF tone each time you dial a number you need
to enter a pause (a long press of the
key) between the number and
the DTMF tones.
To turn DTMF tones on, select Settings/call setting/DTMF tones/On.
■ Answer Key [Menu 6-4-2]
• Any Key
If you select this on, you can answer an incoming call by pressing
any key. Even though having set the Flip key off, if you set this on,
you can answer by opening the folder.
• Folder Open
If you select this on, you can answer an incoming call only by
opening folder.
■ Send my ID [Menu 6-4-3]
(network and subscription dependent)
This menu is valid only when a user subscribes temporary mode and
chooses a restrict option.
If this menu status is On, you can allow his phone number to be
displayed to the other party. Of course the user can change this option
in this menu by selecting Off.
If this menu status is Off, you can restrict from displaying his phone
number to the other party. Of course the user can change this option in
this menu by selecting On.
If the user enters this menu for the first time after he subscribed this
network and subscribe dependent service, Send my ID Off will be
displayed. and this menu will give a chance to the user to change the
mode.
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Settings [Menu 6]
Accessing the Menu
After entering this menu, the user can change this mode to On/Off
according to his will.
1. Press
[Menu] in a standby mode.
2. Press
[Menu] in a standby mode.
3. Press number 6 for direct access or Use
Settings.
and
to enter
4. Scroll to highlight Call setting and Press
for direct access .
[OK] to enter or Press
5. Scroll to highlight Send my ID and Press
for direct access .
[OK] to enter or Press
6. Select [On] or [Off].
■ Call Waiting [Menu 6-4-4]
(network dependent)
Activate or deactivate the Call waiting service. If this service is
activated, a user can accept a waiting(incoming) call. If this service is
deactivated, a user can not accept a waiting(incoming) call, he can not
even recognize the waiting(incoming) call.
1. Press
[Menu] in a standby mode.
2. Press
for direct access or Use
and
to enter Settings.
3. Scroll to highlight Call setting menu and Press
Press
for direct access.
[OK] to enter or
4. Scroll to highlight Call waiting menu and Press
Press
for direct access.
[OK] to enter or
• Activate [MENU -1]
: Activating the corresponding service.
• Deactivate [MENU -2]
: Deactivating the corresponding service.
• Check Status [MENU -3] : Checking the Status of the
corresponding service.
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Accessing the Menu
■ Auto Redial [Menu 6-4-5]
• On : When this function is set on, your phone will make up to ten
attempts to connect the call after an unsuccessful call attempt.
• Off : Your phone will not make any attempts to connect the call after
an unsuccessful call attempt
■ Auto Answer [Menu 6-4-6]
This function will be activated only when your phone is attached to the
hands free kit or ear- mic .
• Off
: When your phone is ringing if you don't act according
to the 'Answer Key [Menu 5-3-1]', your phone will not
answer automatically.
• 5 Seconds
: After 5 seconds, your phone will answer automatically.
• 10 Seconds : After 10 seconds, your phone will answer automatically
■ Select Line [Menu 6-4-7]
This function is only used if supported by the Service Provider. Two
independent phone numbers are registered for the phone. This function
provide you with the selection the currently used phone number. If this
function is supported by your service provider, following menu will be
displayed
1. Line 1 : Select Line 1 as the current phone number.
2. Line 2 : Select Line 2 as the current phone number.
■ Call mode [Menu 6-4-8]
In this menu, you can use the phone and a connected PC to send and
receive faxes, data, and voice. Once you enter this menu, you following
options are displayed.
• Single Mode
To use a data or a fax service, make sure tat call mode is Single
mode. In this mode, you can communicate voice, data or fax.
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Settings [Menu 6]
Accessing the Menu
• (Single Number) Rx Fax
• (Single Number) Rx Data
In case of single numbering service, you can use these modes. If you
select mode, you can receive data, fax, or fax with voice each mode.
Note
• Single numbering service means that the number of fax or data
service is identical with the number of voice service. And, these
modes depend on network feature.
■ Closed User Group [Menu 6-4-9]
(network dependent)
Use this function to restrict usage of the phone to calls with numbers
that belong to certain user groups. When this function is used every
outgoing call is associated with a group index. If a group index is
specified, it is used for all outgoing calls. If no group index is specified,
the network will use the preferential index (a specific index that is stored
in the network).
1. Press
[Menu] in a standby mode.
2. Press
for direct access or Use
and
to enter Settings.
3. Press
for direct access or Use
and
to enter Call Setting.
4. Press
Group.
for direct access or Use
and
to enter Closed User
5. Select What you want.
• CUG1~10
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: If you select one of these Items, you can see the
sub-menu
A. Set
: Setting the selected CUG Index.
B. Edit
: Editing the CUG name and CUG Index
C. Delete
: Deleting the selected CUG
Accessing the Menu
D. Clear All : Deleting All CUG
• Default : Setting the preferential CUG index.
• [empty] : It is possible to see [empty] menu and add the new CUG
item ,if one or more of these Items(CUG1~10) is
removed.
Security [Menu 6-5]
■ PIN Enable [Menu 6-5-1]
Within this menu, you can set the phone to ask for the PIN code of your
SIM card when the phone is switched on. Following menu will be
displayed
• Enable : Enable PIN code request.
• Disable : Disable PIN code request.
If you enter this menu, you will be requested to enter the PIN code. Key
your PIN code. Press
[OK] to verify entered PIN code, and press
[Clr] to erase a character you entered.
■ Call Barring [Menu 6-5-2]:
All outgoing call, International call, Int Exp Home, All incoming call,
When roaming, Cancel all, change password. (network and subscription
dependent)
The Call barring service prevents your phone from making and/or
receiving certain categories of calls. This function requires the call
barring password (obtained from your service provider).
1. Press
[Menu] in a standby mode.
2. Press
for direct access or Use
and
to enter Settings.
3. Scroll to highlight Security menu and Press
Press
for direct access.
[OK] to enter or
4. Scroll to highlight Call Barring menu and Press
Press
for direct access.
[OK] to enter or
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Settings [Menu 6]
Accessing the Menu
• All Outgoing calls [Menu 6-5-2-1]
All outgoing calls
• International [Menu 6-5-2-2]
All international outgoing calls
• Int. Exp. Home [Menu 6-5-2-3]
All international outgoing calls, except to your home network.
• All Incoming calls [Menu 6-5-2-4]
All incoming calls
• When Roam [Menu 6-5-2-5]
All incoming calls when roaming
• Cancel All [Menu 6-5-2-6]
Only cancel voice call barring service
• Change password [Menu 6-5-2-6]
Change the call barring password
Common Submenu of All Call Barring Menu
• Activate [MENU-1]
Activating the corresponding service.
• Deactivate [MENU-2]
Deactivating the corresponding service.
• Check Status [MENU-3]
Checking the Status of the corresponding service
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Accessing the Menu
■ Fixed Dial Number [Menu 6-5-3]
You can call by the phone number belonged to Fixed Dial Number. If
you enter this menu, your phone requests entering PIN2 code.
1. Key your original PIN2 code and press
[OK]. If keyed PIN2
code is correct, following menu will be displayed.
• Enable
: Providing the function for you of restricting your outgoing
calls to selected phone numbers, if this is supported by
your SIM card.
• Disable : Release outgoing calls from the restriction which is made
in [Menu 6-5-3-1].
• Number : Provide you with the function of adding, deleting, and
showing the Fixed Dial Number.
■ Barred Dial Number [Menu 6-5-4]
You cannot call by the phone number belonged to Barred Dial Number.
■ Change Code [Menu 6-5-5]
This menu provides you with the function of changing access code
(PIN1, PIN2 code).
1. You can PIN1 Code or PIN2 Code.
2. Key your original PIN code and press
[OK]
3. Your phone asks you to enter the PIN1/2 code which would replace
original PIN1/2 code and press
[OK]. Then phone request to
enter new PIN code again.
4. If you keyed correct original PIN1/2 code and make correct
confirmation for new PIN1/2 code, your PIN1/2 code will be changed.
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Settings [Menu 6]
Accessing the Menu
Network [Menu 6-6]
You can select the network which you will be registered either automatically
or manually. Normally the selection of the network used by the handset is
automatic.
■ Automatic [Menu 6-6-1]:
The phone automatically selects network which is available in the your
area. If you press
[SELECT], you will see what the outcome of the
select request is.
■ Manual [Menu 6-6-2]:
If you press
[SELECT], the phone will find the list of available
networks and show you them. Then you can select
[SELECT ]the
network which you want to use if this network has a roaming agreement
with your home network operator.
■ Preferred [Menu 6-6-3]:
You can set a list of preferred networks the handset should attempt to
register with first, before attempting to register to any other networks.
This list is created from the handset's predefined list of known networks.
Press
[SELECT], and the phone will show you a list of preferred
networks. You can insert/add to end/delete in use of
[SELECT].
■ User def [Menu 6-6-4] :
may add entries to and delete new entries from the network list. This
can even include new networks whose network codes are not known to
the handset. Press
[SELECT], and the phone will show you a list
added by user. You can add/change/delete. To do this, select in use
[SELECT]and then enter the network code, country code and
network name.
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Accessing the Menu
Factory Reset [Menu 6-7]
You handset can be returned to its default configuration (as it was originally
supplied) by selecting the Settings/Factory Reset option, and then
confirming this selection. Pressing the [END] key will exit from this option
without affecting the settings.
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Scheduler [Menu 7]
Accessing the Menu
When you enter this menu a Calendar will show up. On top of the screen
there are sections for date and icons. You can change the day, month and
year by using
and
and numeric keys. Whenever you change the
date, the calendar will be updated according to the date. And square cursor
will be located on the day. If you see under bar on the calendar, it means
that there is a schedule that day.
This function helps to remind you of your schedules, calls, memo, memorial
days, and to do. The phone will sound an alarm tone if you set alarm for the
note.
Note
• Your phone should be switched on to use this function.
View day [Menu 7-1]
Shows notes set for the chosen day. Use
and
to browse through the
note(s). If you set alarm for the note, Alarm watch is displayed. Press
[Options] to delete, edit, send the note you select.
■ Delete [Menu 7-1-1]
allows you to delete the note
■ Edit [Menu 7-1-2]
allows you to edit the note.
■ Send note [Menu 7-1-3]
allows you to send the note as Short Message (SMS). For details see
Messages [Menu 1]
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Accessing the Menu
Make note [Menu 7-2]
Allows you to write a note. You can choose the following types of note.
You can edit maximum 40 characters, and make maximum 50 schedules.
• Schedule [Menu 7-2-1]
Input the subject, the date/time and alarm date/time and the press
[OK]
• Call [Menu 7-2-2]
Input the phone number(or recall it from the Phone Book), the date/time
and alarm date/time and then press
[OK]
• Memo [Menu 7-2-3]
Input the Subject and then press
[OK]
• Anniversary [Menu 7-2-4]
Input the Subject, the date/time and alarm date/time and then press
[OK].You can select following submenu 'Wedding', 'Birthday',
'Cherish', 'Etc'.
Note
• The phone will flash its lights, beep, and display the note. If the
display is showing a Call note, you can call the displayed number by
pressing send key
Delete [Menu 7-3]
Allows you to delete for the selected note(s).
• Of Chosen day [Menu 7-3-1]
• One by One [Menu 7-3-2]
• All at once [Menu 7-3-3]
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Scheduler [Menu 7]
Accessing the Menu
View all [Menu 7-4]
Shows the notes that are set for all days. Use
and
to browse through
the note(s). Pressing
[Option] allows access to the same menu as in
'View day'.
To be able to data or fax service, you need the communicate software such
as a data or a fax program. Before using these functions, you need to
connect your phone to a computer or make sure that your phone is in
connection with a compatible device.
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Accessory [Menu 8]
Accessing the Menu
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Accessory [Menu 8]
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Accessing the Menu
Internet(WWW) [Menu 9]
Accessing the Menu
You can surf the Internet and get the latest information. This information is
made available in a special format (WAP) adapted to the display options
available in the phone. Internet access may required registration with your
Service Provider.
Home [Menu 9-1]
Return to homepage. The homepage may be the site which is defined in
activated profile. It will be defined by Service Provider if you don't make in
activated profile.
Bookmarks [Menu 9-2]
When you enter this menu, you can see the bookmarks. Then press
[select] button to access available option, or press
[Back] to exit it
■ Connect [Menu 9-2-1]
Connect to selected bookmark
■ Edit name [Menu 9-2-2]
Edit the name of selected bookmark
■ Edit address [Menu 9-2-3]
Edit the address of selected bookmark
■ Delete [Menu 9-2-4]
Erase selected bookmark from the bookmark list
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Internet(WWW) [Menu 9]
Accessing the Menu
Profiles [Menu 9-3]
Display or enter your own profile settings for the Internet connection. You
can make up to 5 profiles and activate only one out of them. Scroll to
desired profile and press
[select] to access available options
Note
• options marked
sites
MUST be set up before you can browse WAP
■ Activate [Menu 9-3-1]
Activate the selected profile
■ Setting [Menu 9-3-2]
Setting the profile details
• Homepage* [Menu 9-3-2-1]
This setting allows you to enter the address (URL) of site you want to
use as homepage. You do not need to type "http://" at the front of
each URL as the WAP Browser will automatically add it.
• Image setting [Menu 9-3-2-2]
You can use the default image settings without alteration.
Display images : allows you to select whether images on WAP
cards are displayed or not.
Update images : allows you to choose whether the WAP card may
be displayed before the image data has finished
downloading, instead showing the ALT text (select
Yes); or whether to wait for image data to be
downloaded before displaying the card (select No)
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Accessing the Menu
Note
• If Update images is set to Yes then the time taken for the image to
appear will depend on the gateway and the speed of the connection.
• Connection type [Menu 9-3-2-3]
The options for connection type are Temporary or Continuous and
depend on the gateway you are using.
Temporary
: a non-confirmed (connectionless) service.
Continuous
: a confirmed delivery mechanism but generates
more network traffic.
Some handsets map these settings using a numeric key as follows:
9200
connectionless non-secure connection (Temporary)
9201
connection-orientated non-secure connection (Continuous)
• Connection option* [Menu 9-3-2-4]
The options are None, Secure, WTA and depend on the gateway
you are using.
Some handsets map these settings using a numeric key as follows:
9202
connectionless secure connection
9203
connection-orientated secure connection
Note
• WTA : You can make use of the telephony functionality during
browser operation.There are three functions in this mode.
• make call
• send DTMF
• phonebook write
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Internet(WWW) [Menu 9]
Accessing the Menu
• Gateway setting* [Menu 9-3-2-5]
Most WAP gateways do not require a User ID and Password. If your
gateway does t hen these should be provided by your network, and
must be set up before attempting to browse WAP sites.
• Bearer* [Menu 9-3-2-6]
You must select the bearer service provided by your WAP gateway
which will be either Data or SMS or GPRS.
• Data/SMS/GPRS setting [Menu 9-3-2-7]
- Data setting
: The service settings below are only available
when Data has been selected as a bearer
service.
IP Address*
: You must enter the IP address of the WAP
gateway you are using to access WAP pages.
This information should be supplied by your
network
Dial Number*
: You need to enter the telephone number to dial
to access your WAP gateway. This information
should be supplied by your network.
Data Call Type* : You need to select the type of data call to make,
that is: analogue or ISDN (digital). This
information should be supplied by your network.
Data Call Speed : This is the speed of your data connection and
should be provided by your network. This setting
is optional.
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UserID*
: This is your user identity for your dial-up server
(and NOT the WAP gateway). This should be
provided by your network
Password*
: This is the password required by your dial-up
server (and NOT the WAP gateway) to identify
you. This should be provided by your network.
Accessing the Menu
- SMS setting
: The service settings below are only available
when SMS has been selected as a bearer
service.
Sever number*
: This is the telephone number of the SMS
Service Center and should be provided by
your network.
Sevice Number*
: This is the telephone number to dial to
access your WAP gateway and should be
provided by your network.
- GPRS setting
: The service settings below are only available
when GPRS has been selected as a bearer
service.
IP address *
: The IP address that the phone users when
communicating with network. If you do not
enter a value, the network provides you with
a temporary IP address
Access point name* : The address of the external data network
you want to connect to, either an IP address
or a text string
• Linger-time [Menu 9-3-2-8]
You need to select one of four timeout periods, after which the WAP
Browser will report a failure to send data (for example because the
WAP gateway is not responding).
You can continue to browse WML cards in the current deck or stored
in the handset cache of memory effectively 'offline' but when you
select a link to card outside the current deck and not held in the
cache you will activate a new data call (and the
icon is displayed
to reflect this).
• Confirm download [Menu 9-3-2-9]
When Confirm Download is set to Always, each time the Browser
detects that it needs to make a data call (because the timeout period
has been reached, or a new WML deck is requested) it will ask you
whether it may make the call.
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Internet(WWW) [Menu 9]
Accessing the Menu
■ Rename [Menu 9-3-3]
Edit the Profile Name
Cache [Menu 9-4]
You can remove the contents of Cache memory or change the Cache
mode
■ Empty cache[Menu 9-4-1]
The contents of Cache memory will be removed.
■ Cache mode [Menu 9-4-2]
You can change the Cache check time
• Always check [Menu 9-4-2-1]
The cache is always checked every time a load URL or URL
navigation is performed. This should be set for normal operation.
• Check on start [Menu 9-4-2-2]
The cache is only checked when the WAP Protocol Stack is
initialized, that is: when the first view is opened.
• Never check [Menu 9-4-2-3]
The cache is never checked. In this setting the cache can be seen as
disabled.
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Accessing the Menu
Security certificate [Menu 9-5]
■ On-line Menu
• Stop
Stops current page download
• Go back
Navigates back one page in the history list
• Bookmarks
Same to [Menu 9-2]
• Add bookmark
Create a new bookmark for the page you are viewing. You may enter
the title of site.
• Go to URL
Move to the site that you want. In this menu, you can edit the site
address that you want to move to
• Home
Same to [Menu 9-1]
• Top
Jumps you back to the top of the current page
• Refresh
Reloads the current page (not cached version)
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How to Use Data and Fax call Additional Functions
To be able to data or fax service, you need the communicate software such
as a data or a fax program. Before using these functions, you need to
connect your phone to a computer or make sure that your phone is in
connection with a compatible device.
Sending Data or Fax Calls
1. Connect your computer to the phone.
2. After starting the communicate software, make a call and transmit a
data or fax.
3. After the data or fax transmission, you can end the call by just ending of
the communicate software, pressing END or by closing the flip.
Receiving Data or Fax Calls
If you have separate numbers for voice, data and fax calls, your phone
recognizes the type of call.
■ Receiving Data or Fax Calls - Separate numbers
(Multi-numbers)
To use a data or a fax service, make sure that call mode is "single
mode" (Settings ➝ call setting ➝ call mode ➝ single mode). In this
mode, you can communicate voice, data or fax.
• To receive a data or fax call
1. Connect your computer to the phone.
2. After starting the communicate software, accept a call and receive
a data or fax (if it is not answered automatically).
3. After the data or fax reception, you can end the call by just ending
of the communicate software, pressing END or by closing the flip.
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Additional Functions
■ Receiving Data or Fax Calls - Single number
If you have a SIM card that does not support separate voice, data and
fax numbers, the phone does not recognize the type of incoming call.
To use a data or a fax service, make sure that you want to receive a
data or fax call mode. You first have to set the phone to one of these
options in the call mode (Settings ➝ call setting ➝ call mode) sub menu.
• To receive a data or fax call
1. Press
[Menu] in a standby mode.
2. Select the Settings ➝ call setting ➝ call mode.
3. Select the call type you want (Rx data or Rx fax) and press
[OK].
4. Connect your computer to the phone.
5. After starting the communicate software, accept a call and receive
a data or fax (if it is not answered automatically).
6. After the data or fax reception, you can end the call by just ending
of the communicate software, pressing END or by closing the flip.
The voice memo feature you to record up to 3 voice messages and
each memo is up to 30 seconds. This is useful when you don't have a
pen and paper to hand for taking directions or a message.
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Voice Memo
Additional Functions
Voice Memo
1. To use this function, press
in a standby
[Voice Key] for a long time during a call or
2. Recording is started and display will show the message Recording and
the recording time until now.
3. If you want to finish recording, press the
[Voice Key] shortly.
Voice Memo Menu
The phone shows voice memo information which includes the recording
time and date by pressing
[Voice Key] for a short time. After you
selected the memo by using
and
and press
[OK], you can see
this menu
You can play or delete the recorded voice memo.
■ Play [Voice Memo Menu 1]
You can play the selected voice memo in this menu.
■ Delete [Voice Memo Menu 2]
You can delete the selected voice memo.
■ Delete All [Voice Memo Menu 3]
Your phone will delete all recorded voice memos.
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Care and Maintenance
Additional Functions
■ When using this unit, basic safety precautions as below should be
always followed.
• Do not touch the adapter with wet hands.
• Do not disassemble this unit. (Take it to a qualified service technician
when repair work is required.)
• Away from electrical appliance such as a TV, radio or personal
computer.
• The unit should be situated from heat sources such as radiators or
cookers.
• Do not drop.
• Do not subject this unit to mechanical vibration or shock.
• The coating of the phone may be damaged if covered with wrap or
vinyl wrapper.
• Use dry cloth to clean the exterior of the unit. (Do not use solvent
such as benzene, thinner or alcohol.)
• Do not subject this unit to excessive smoke or dust.
■ Caring for the Battery
• You do not need to completely discharge the battery before
recharging. Unlike other battery systems, there is no memory effect
that could compromise the battery's performance.
• Use only LG batteries and chargers. LG chargers are designed to
maximize the battery life.
• Do not disassemble or short-circuit the battery pack.
• Keep the metal contacts of the battery pack clean.
• Replace the battery when it no longer provides acceptable
performance. The battery pack may be recharged hundreds of times
until it needs replacing.
• Recharge the battery if it has not been used for a long time to
maximize usability.
• Do not expose the battery charger to direct sunlight or use it in high
humidity, such as the bathroom.
• Do not leave the battery in hot or cold places, this may deteriorate the
battery performance.
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