Important Safety Precautions

Important Safety Precautions
Important Safety Precautions
Read these instructions. Breaking the rules may be dangerous or
illegal. Further detailed information is given in this user guide.
WARNING! Violation of the instructions may cause serious injury or
death.
2. Never place your phone in a microwave oven as it will
cause the battery to explode.
3. Never store your phone in temperatures less than
-4°F or greater than 122°F.
4. Do not dispose of your battery by fire or with
hazardous or flammable materials.
5. When riding in a car, do not leave your phone or set
up the hands-free kit near to the air bag. If wireless
equipment is improperly installed and the air bag is
deployed, you may be seriously injured.
I m p o r ta n t S a f ety P re c a u t i o n s
1. Never use an unapproved battery since this could
damage the phone and/or battery and could cause
the battery to explode.
6. Do not use a hand-held phone while driving.
7. Do not use the phone in areas where its use is
prohibited. (For example: aircraft)
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Important Safety Precautions
1. Do not expose the battery charger or adapter to direct
sunlight or use it in places with high humidity, such as
a bathroom.
2. Do not use harsh chemicals (such as alcohol, benzene,
thinners, etc.) or detergents to clean your phone. This
could cause a fire.
I m p o r ta n t S a f ety P re c a u t i o n s
3. Do not drop, strike, or shake your phone severely. It
may harm the internal circuit boards of the phone.
4. Do not use your phone in high explosive areas as the
phone may generate sparks.
5. Do not damage the power cord by bending, twisting,
pulling, or heating. Do not use the plug if it is loose as
it may cause a fire or electric shock.
6. Do not place any heavy items on the power cord. Do
not allow the power cord to be crimped as it may
cause electric shock or fire.
7. Do not handle the phone with wet hands while it is
being charged. It may cause an electric shock or
seriously damage your phone.
8. Do not disassemble the phone.
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1. Do not place or answer calls while charging the phone as it may
short-circuit the phone and/or cause electric shock or fire.
2. Do not hold or let the antenna come in contact with your body
during a call.
3. Make sure that no sharp-edged items such as animal’s teeth or
nails, come into contact with the battery. This could cause a fire.
6. Unplug the power cord and charger during lightning storms to
avoid electric shock or fire.
7. Only use the batteries and chargers provided by LG. The
warranty will not be applied to products provided by other
suppliers.
8. Only authorized personnel should service the phone and its
accessories. Faulty installation or service may result in accidents
and consequently invalidate the warranty.
9. Your service provider programs one or more emergency phone
numbers, such as 911, that you can call under any
circumstances, even when your phone is locked. Your phone’s
preprogrammed emergency number(s) may not work in all
locations, and sometimes an emergency call cannot be placed
due to network, environmental, or interference issues.
I m p o r ta n t S a f ety P re c a u t i o n s
4. Store the battery out of reach of children.
5. Be careful that children do not swallow any parts (such as
rubber plugs, earphone, connection parts of the phone, etc.)
This could cause asphyxiation or suffocation resulting in serious
injury or death.
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Table of Contents
Important Safety
Precautions
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Table of Contents
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Welcome
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Important Information
Technical Details
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Ta b l e o f C o n te n ts
FCC Part 15 Class B Compliance 10
Industry Canada Compliance 11
FCC RF Exposure Information 11
Phone Overview
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Menus Overview
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Getting Started with Your
Phone
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The Battery
Installing the Battery
Removing the Battery
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Charging the Battery
Battery Charge Level
Turning the Phone On and
Off
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Turning the Phone On
Turning the Phone Off
Signal Strength
Screen Icons
Making Calls
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Correcting Dialing Mistakes
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How to Install Your microSDTM
Card
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How to Remove Your microSDTM
Card
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Receiving Calls
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Quick Access to Convenient
Features
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Lock Mode
Mute Function
Volume Quick Adjustment
Call Waiting
Caller ID
Speed Dialing
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Entering and Editing
Information
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Text Input
Key Functions
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Contacts in Your Phone’s
Memory
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Using Phone Menus
Contacts
1. New Contact
2. Contact List
3. Groups
4. Speed Dials
5. My VCard
Messaging
1. New Text Message
2. New Picture Message
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8.1 All Messages
8.2 Text Message
8.3 Picture Message
8.4 Edit Voicemail #
9. Delete All
Call History
1. Missed Calls
2. Received Calls
3. Dialed Calls
4. All Calls
5. Call Timer
6. Data Counter
Multimedia
1. Take Photo
2. Record Video
3. Record Voice
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Ta b l e o f C o n te n ts
The Basics of Storing Contacts
Entries
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Phone Numbers With Pauses
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Storing a Number with Pauses 27
Adding a Pause to an Existing
Number
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Searching Your Phone’s Memory 27
Scrolling Through Your Contacts28
Making a Call From Your Phone’s
Memory
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3. Inbox
4. Sent
5. Drafts
6. Voicemail
7. Templates
8. Settings
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4. Images
5. Videos
6. Sounds
7. Shuffle
easyedgeSM
1. Launch
My Schedule
Ta b l e o f C o n te n ts
1. Alarm Clock
2. Calendar
3. Notepad
Music
1. Last Played Song/
Now Playing
2. All Songs
3. My Playlists
4. Albums
5. Artists
6. Genres
Tools
1. Voice Command
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1.1 Start Command
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1.1.1 Call <Name> or <Number> 57
1.1.2 Voicemail
1.1.3 Missed Calls
1.1.4 Messages
1.1.5 Time & Date
1.1.6 Help
1.2 Command Mode
1.3 Announce Alert
1.4 Train Word
1.5 Best Match
2. My Menu
3. Calculator
4. Ez Tip Calc
5. World Clock
6. Stopwatch
7. Unit Converter
Settings
1. Sound
1.1 Ringers
1.2 Volume
1.3 Message Alerts
1.4 Alert Type
1.5 Service Alerts
1.6 Power On/Off Tone
1.7 Flip Tone
2. Display
2.1 Wallpaper
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3. Security
3.1 Lock Phone
3.2 Restrictions
3.3 Emergency #s
3.4 Change Lock Code
3.5 Master Reset
4. Call Settings
4.1 Answer Options
4.2 Auto Retry
4.3 One-Touch Dial
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4.4 Voice Privacy
4.5 Noise Cancellation
4.6 Airplane Mode
4.7 TTY Mode
5. Bluetooth
5.1 Paired Devices
5.2 Power
5.3 My Visibility
5.4 My Bluetooth Name
5.5 My Bluetooth Info
6. PC Connection
7. System
7.1 Network
7.1.1 System Select
7.1.2 Set NAM
7.1.3 Auto NAM
7.1.4 Serving System
7.2 Location
8. Memory
9. Phone Info.
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FM Radio
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PAC-MAN
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Tone Room
Ta b l e o f C o n te n ts
2.1.1 Main Screen
2.1.2 Front Screen
2.1.3 Shuffle
2.2 Widget
2.2.1 Widget Settings
2.2.2 Widget Location
2.3 Banner
2.4 Backlight
2.5 Menu Styles
2.6 Language
2.7 Clocks & Calendar
2.7.1 Main Screen
2.7.2 Front Screen
2.8 Font Settings
2.9 Color Schemes
2.0 Name Match for Dialing
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Safety
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TIA (Telecommunications
Industry Association) Safety
Information
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Ta b l e o f C o n te n ts
Exposure to Radio Frequency
Signal
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Antenna Care
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Phone Operation
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Tips on Efficient Operation
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Driving
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Electronic Devices
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Pacemakers
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Persons with Pacemakers:
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Hearing Aids
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Other Medical Devices
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Health Care Facilities
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Vehicles
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Posted Facilities
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Aircraft
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Blasting Areas
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Potentially Explosive Atmosphere 83
For Vehicles Equipped with an
Air Bag
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Charger and Adapter Safety 84
Battery Information and Care84
Safety Information
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Explosion, Shock, and Fire
Hazards
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General Warnings and Cautions 87
Warning! Important safety
information
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Avoiding hearing damage
Using your phone safely
Using headsets safely
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FDA Consumer Update
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Consumer Information on
SAR
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Accessories
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Warranty Information
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Index
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Some content in this user guide may
differ from your phone depending on
the phone software. Features and
specifications are subject to change
without prior notice.
Welcome
Thank you for choosing the
advanced and compact UN430
cellular phone, designed to
operate with the latest digital
mobile communication
technology, Code Division
Multiple Access (CDMA). Along
with the many advanced features
of the CDMA system, such as
greatly enhanced voice clarity,
this phone offers:
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Paging, messaging, voicemail
and caller ID.
27-key keypad.
Speakerphone feature.
Menu-driven interface with
prompts for easy operation
and configuration.
Any key answer, auto answer,
auto retry, one-touch and
speed dialing with 99 memory
locations.
Bilingual (English and Spanish)
capabilities.
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Easy-to-carry, compact and
slim design.
Bluetooth® wireless
technology.
Flash Wallpaper.
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 license.
Other trademarks and trade names
are those of their respective owners.
Important Information
This user’s guide provides
important information on the use
and operation of your phone.
Please read all the information
carefully prior to using the phone
for the best performance and to
prevent any damage to or misuse
of the phone. Any unapproved
changes or modifications will void
your warranty.
We l c o m e
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Large, easy-to-read, 10-line
backlit LCD with status icons.
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Technical Details
FCC Part 15 Class B
Compliance
This device and its accessories
comply with part 15 of FCC
CDMA Standard
Description
Te c h n i c a l D eta i l s
Basic Air
Interface
TIA/EIA-95A
TSB-74
ANSI J-STD-008
TIA/EIA-IS2000
ANSI TIA/EIA 553A
CDMA Dual Mode Air Interface
14.4kbps radio link protocol and interband operations
IS-95 adapted for PCS frequency band
cdma2000 1xRTT AirInterface
Network
TIA/EIA/IS-634
TIA/EIA/IS/651
TIA/EIA/IS-41-C
TIA/EIA/IS-124
MAS-BS
PCSC-RS
Intersystem operations
Non-signaling data comm.
TIA/EIA/IS-96-B
TIA/EIA/IS-99
TIA/EIA/IS-637
TIA/EIA/IS-657
IS-801
TIA/EIA/IS-707-A
Speech CODEC
Async Data and Fax
Short message service
Packet Data
Position Determination
Service (gpsOne)
High Speed Packet Data
TIA/EIA/IS-97
TIA/EIA/IS-98
ANSI J-STD-018
ANSI J-STD-019
TIA/EIA/IS-125
Cellular base station
Cellular mobile station
PCS personal station
PCS base station
Speech CODEC
Service
Performance
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Designator
rules. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1)
This device and its accessories
may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device
and its accessories must accept
any interference received,
including interference that causes
undesired operation.
Industry Canada Compliance
FCC RF Exposure Information
WARNING! Read this information
before operating the phone.
In August 1996, the Federal
Communications Commission
(FCC) of the United States, with
its action in Report and Order
FCC 96-326, adopted an
The design of this phone complies
with the FCC guidelines and these
international standards.
Bodily Contact During
Operation
This device was tested for typical
use with the back of the phone
kept 0.9 inches (2.0 cm) from
the body. To comply with FCC RF
exposure requirements, a
minimum separation distance of
0.9 inches (2.0 cm) must be
maintained between the user’s
body and the back of the phone,
including the antenna, whether
Te c h n i c a l D eta i l s
This phone complies with
Industry Canada RSS 133. This
phone complies with the Class B
limits for radio noise emissions as
set out in the interference
causing standard entitled "Digital
Apparatus" (ICES-003) of
Industry Canada.
updated safety standard for
human exposure to Radio
Frequency (RF) electromagnetic
energy emitted by FCC regulated
transmitters. Those guidelines are
consistent with the safety
standard previously set by both
U.S. and international standards
bodies.
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Technical Details
extended or retracted. Thirdparty belt-clips, holsters and
similar accessories containing
metallic components should not
be used. Avoid the use of
accessories that cannot maintain
0.9 inches (2.0 cm) distance
between the user’s body and the
back of the phone and have not
been tested for compliance with
FCC RF exposure limits.
Te c h n i c a l D eta i l s
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Vehicle-Mounted External
Antenna
(Optional, if available.)
A minimum separation distance of
8 inches (20 cm) must be
maintained between the user/
bystander and the vehicle-mounted
external antenna to satisfy FCC RF
exposure requirements. For more
information about RF exposure,
visit the FCC website at
www.fcc.gov.
Caution
Use only the supplied and
approved antenna. Use of
unauthorized antennas or
modifications could impair call
quality, damage the phone, void
your warranty and/or result in
violation of FCC and IC
regulations.
Do not use the phone with a
damaged antenna. If a damaged
antenna comes into contact with
the skin a minor burn may result.
Contact your local dealer for a
replacement antenna.
Phone Overview
P h o n e O ve r v i ew
1. Earpiece Lets you hear the caller and automated
prompts.
2. Flip Open to answer an incoming call and close to
end the call (dependent on the Answer Options in
Call Settings menu).
3. LCD Screen Displays messages and indicator icons.
4. Left Soft Key Use it to go to Messaging.
5. Speakerphone Key Use to set the speakerphone mode.
6. SEND Key Use to place or answer calls. Press once
from the home screen to show your call history.
7. Alphanumeric Keypad Use to enter numbers and
characters and select menu items.
8.Vibrate Mode Key Use to set the vibrate mode (from
standby mode press and hold for about 3 seconds).
9. Navigation Key Scrolls through the phone's menu
options and also acts as a quick access to Bluetooth,
Calendar, easyedgeSM and My Menu from standby
mode.
10. Right Soft Key Use it to go to Contacts.
11. Menu/OK Key Press
to select the options of
the menus in your phone.
12. CLR Key Deletes single spaces or characters with a
quick press. Press and hold to delete entire words.
Press this key once in a menu to go back one level.
13. Shortcut Menu Key
Widget(Access to Widget Menu)
Alarm Clock(Acess to Alarm Clock Menu)
Images(Access to Images Menu)
easyedge(Access to easyedge)
14. PWR/END Key Use to turn the power on/off and
to end a call. Also returns to the main menu display
screen.
15. Lock Mode Key Use to lock the phone (from
standby mode press and hold for about 3 seconds).
16. Microphone Allows other callers to hear you clearly
when you are speaking to them.
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Phone Overview
P h o n e O ve r v i ew
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1. Earphone Jack Allow the use of a headset to hear
caller's voice.
2. Side Keys Use to adjust the ringer volume in
standby mode and the earpiece volume during a
call. Ringer volume can only be adjusted with the
flip open.
3. Battery Charging Port Connects the phone to
the battery charger or other available accessories.
4. microSDTM Slot Accommodates optional microSDTM
card.
5. Side Camera Key Use for quick access to Camera
menu keep pressed to access camera function.
6. Voice Command Key Use for quick access to
Start Command Menu keep pressed to access
Start Command function.
7. Camera Lens Keep it clean for optimal photo
quality.
Menus Overview
Contacts
1. New Contact
2. Contact List
3. Groups
4. Speed Dials
5. My VCard
Messaging
Call History
1. Missed Calls
2. Received Calls
3. Dialed Calls
4. All Calls
5. Call Timer
6. Data Counter
Multimedia
1. Take Photo
2. Record Video
3. Record Voice
4. Images
5. Videos
6. Sounds
7. Shuffle
easyedge
1. Launch
My Schedule
1. Alarm Clock
2. Calendar
3. Notepad
Music
1. Last Played Song/
Now Playing
2. All Songs
3. My Playlists
4. Albums
5. Artists
6. Genres
M e nu s O ve r v i ew
1. New Text Message
2. New Picture
Message
3. Inbox
4. Sent
5. Drafts
6. Voicemail
7. Templates
8. Settings
1. All Messages
2. Text Message
3. Picture Message
4. Edit Voicemail #
9. Delete All
1. Delete Inbox
2. Delete Sent
3. Delete Drafts
4. Delete All
Messages
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Menus Overview
Tools
4. Alert Type
3. Emergency #s
1. Voice Command
5. Service Alerts
4. Change Lock
Code
1. Start Command
2. Command
Mode
3. Announce Alert
7. Flip Tone
2. Display
5. Master Reset
4. Call Settings
1. Answer Options
M e nu s O ve r v i ew
4. Train Word
1. Wallpaper
2. Auto Retry
5. Best Match
2. Widget
3. One-Touch Dial
2. My Menu
3. Banner
4. Voice Privacy
3. Calculator
4. Backlight
4. Ez Tip Calc
5. Menu Style
5. Noise
Cancellation
5. World Clock
6. Languages
6. Airplane Mode
6. Stopwatch
7. Clocks &
Calendar
7. Unit Converter
Settings
1. Sound
1. Ringers
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6. Power On/Off
Tone
7. TTY Mode
5. Bluetooth
8. Font Settings
1. Paired Devices
9. Color Schemes
2. Power
0. Name Match
for Dialing
3. My Visibility
3. Security
2. Volume
1. Lock Phone
3. Message Alerts
2. Restrictions
4. My Bluetooth
Name
5. My Bluetooth
Info
6. PC Connection
1. USB Modem
2. USB Mass
Storage
3. Bluetooth
4. Setting
Reminder
7. System
1. Network
2. Location
FM Radio
1. Launch
Tone Room
1. Launch
PAC-MAN
1. Launch
M e nu s O ve r v i ew
8. Memory
1. Save Options
2. Phone Memory
3. Card Memory
9. Phone Info.
1. My Number
2. ESN/MEID
3. Icon Glossary
4. Version
Menu Access
To access the phone
menus, press
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Use the Navigation
keys to highlight and
select.
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Getting Started with Your Phone
The Battery
Note
It is important to fully charge the
battery before initial use of the phone.
G ett i n g S ta r te d w i t h Yo u r P h o n e
The phone comes with a
rechargeable battery. Keep the
battery charged while not in use
in order to maximize talk and
standby time. The battery charge
level is shown at the top of the
LCD screen.
Installing the Battery
Take the battery cover located
on the back of the phone off and
insert the battery aligning the
golden connectors with the
terminals. Press down until the
latch snaps into place.
Removing the Battery
1. Make sure the power is off so
that you do not lose any
stored numbers or messages.
2. Slide the battery cover down
and remove it. Use the opening
near the bottom of the battery
to lift the battery out.
Charging the Battery
Warning! Use only the charger
provided with the phone. Using
any charger other than the one
included with the UN430 may
damage your phone or battery.
1. Attach the charger to the
phone. Make sure that the LG
Logo faces down and the ‘B’
logo faces up when inserting
the plug into the charger port.
2. Plug the charger into a wall
outlet.
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Turning the Phone On
and Off
NOTICE
Battery Charge Level
The battery charge level is shown
at the top right of the LCD
screen. When the battery charge
level becomes low, the low
battery sensor alerts you in three
ways: sounding an audible tone,
blinking the battery icon, and
displaying a warning. If the
battery charge level becomes
exceedingly low, the phone
automatically switches off and
any function in progress is not
saved.
1. Install a charged battery or
connect the phone to an
external power source.
2. Press
for a few seconds
until the LCD screen lights up.
Note
Call quality will be affected
depending on your location and on
environmental (such as weather)
conditions.
Turning the Phone Off
1. Press and hold
display turns off.
G ett i n g S ta r te d w i t h Yo u r P h o n e
Please make sure that
the 'B' Side faces up
before inserting a
charger or data cable
into the charger port
of your phone.
Turning the Phone On
until the
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Getting Started with Your Phone
G ett i n g S ta r te d w i t h Yo u r P h o n e
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Signal Strength
Making Calls
Call quality depends on the
signal strength in your area. The
signal strength is indicated on
the screen as the number of bars
next to the signal strength icon
The more bars, the better
the signal strength. If the signal
quality is poor, move to an open
area. If you are in a building, the
reception may be better near a
window.
1. Make sure the phone is
turned on. If not, press
for about 3 seconds.
Screen Icons
When the phone is powered on,
the top line of the LCD screen
displays icons indicating the
status of the phone.
->
To see the icons, go to
Settings -> Phone Info.-> Icon
Glossary.
2. Enter the phone number
(include the area code if
needed).
3. Press
. If the phone is
locked, enter the lock code.
Note
If the phone is restricted, you can
only dial phone numbers saved in
the Emergency Numbers or your
Contacts. To turn off this function:
-> Settings -> Security ->
Enter Lock Code ->
->
Restrictions -> Enter Lock Code ->
-> Incoming Calls/Outgoing
Calls -> Contacts Only ->
4. Press
to end the call.
Correcting Dialing Mistakes
How to Install Your
microSDTM Card
How to Remove Your
microSDTM Card
1. Gently press and release the
exposed edge of the
microSDTM card to eject it.
2. Remove the microSDTM card
from the slot and replace the
cover.
Note
1. Locate the microSDTM slot on
the right side of the phone
and gently uncover the slot
opening (microSDTM slot cover
stays attached to the phone
so you don't lose it).
2. Insert the microSDTM card in
Do not attempt to remove the
microSDTM card while reading or
writing to the card.
G ett i n g S ta r te d w i t h Yo u r P h o n e
If you make a mistake while dialing
a number, press
once to
erase the last digit entered or
hold down
for at least 2
seconds to delete all digits.
the correct direction until it
clicks into the slot. If you
insert the card in the wrong
direction, it may damage your
phone or your card.
Users wishing to transfer music onto
a MicroSDTM card inserted into this
phone (either through MTP Sync or
Over the Air) must first format the
MicroSDTM card on this handset.
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Getting Started with Your Phone
G ett i n g S ta r te d w i t h Yo u r P h o n e
Warning: Formatting the MicroSDTM card
will erase all contents on the card. In the
event the MicroSDTM card is used on
this phone without first formatting it,
the phone will display a “MOD license
acquisition error”. Song files
downloaded or otherwise purchased
from third party providers and stored on
a MicroSDTM card inserted into this
device may be protected or encrypted
by such provider and cannot be played
on this device.
Redialing Calls
1. Press
twice to redial the
last number you called,
received or missed. The last 40
numbers are stored in the call
history list(this includes
Missed, Received and Dialed
Calls) and you can also select
one of these to redial.
Receiving Calls
1. When the phone rings or
vibrates press
to answer
a call. Just open the flip and
answer the call when the flip is
closed.
Note
If you press
or the side
keys while the phone is ringing, the
ringing or vibration is muted for
that call.
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2. Press
to end the call.
Quick Access to Convenient Features
Volume Quick Adjustment
Sets your phone to require a 4digit password in order to use
the phone.
Use the side keys to adjust the
ringer volume while in standby
mode, and the earpiece volume
during a phone call. The upper
key increases the volume and the
lower key decreases the volume.
Note
Until you change it, the default
lock code/password is the last 4
digits of your phone number.
To quickly lock your phone press
for three seconds. To
unlock, press Left Soft Key
Unlock, enter the password and
press
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Mute Function
The Mute Function is used during a
phone call. To quickly activate Mute
press Left Soft Key
Mute, then
to cancel press Left Soft Key
Unmute.
Note
Keypad Volume is adjusted
through the Sound Volume menu:
Menu ->
Sound ->
Settings ->
Volume ->
Keypad
Call Waiting
Your cellular service may offer call
waiting. While a call is in
progress, one beep indicates
another incoming call. When call
waiting is enabled, you may put
the active call on hold while you
answer the other incoming call.
Check with your cellular service
provider for information about
this function.
Q u i c k Ac c es s to C o nve n i e n t Fe at u res
Lock Mode
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Quick Access to Convenient Features
1. Press
call.
to receive a waiting
2. Press
again to switch
between calls.
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Caller ID
Caller ID displays the phone
number or name of the incoming
call. If the caller’s identity is stored
in Contacts, the name will appear
along with the phone number.
Check with your service provider to
ensure they offer this feature.
Speed Dialing
Speed dialing is a convenient
feature that allows you to make
phone calls quickly. A number key
can be assigned to a specific
phone number. By pressing and
holding down a number key, your
phone will recall the phone
number associated from the
Contact List and display it briefly
while simultaneously dialing that
phone number for you. Speed
Dial Number 1 is set to Voice
Mailbox by default and is
unchangeable.
Dialing Single Digit Speed
Dials (from 2 to 9)
Press and hold the Speed Dial
number.
OR
Enter the Speed Dial number
and press
.
Dialing Double Digit Speed
Dials (from 10 to 99)
Press the first digit and then
press and hold the key of the
second digit.
OR
Enter the first and second
digits and press
.
Entering and Editing Information
Text Input
You can input and edit your
Banner, Calendar, Contacts,
Alarm Clock, Notepad, and
Messages.
Left Soft Key:
Press to scroll through the
following text input
modes: T9Word
(T9WORD/T9Word/
T9word) -> Abc
(ABC/Abc/abc) -> 123 ->
Symbols
Shift: Press to change
case.
T9 text : T9Word ->
T9WORD -> T9word
Abc text : Abc -> ABC ->
abc
Space: Press to complete
a word if text is in T9
mode or insert a space.
Clear: Press to delete a
single space or
character. Hold to delete
the whole message.
Punctuation: In T9 mode,
press to insert
punctuation in a word and
complete a sentence.
E n te r i n g a n d E d i t i n g I n f o r m at i o n
Key Functions
Next: In T9 mode, press
to display other
matching words.
123
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Contacts in Your Phone’s Memory
C o n ta c ts i n Yo u r P h o n e ’s M e m o r y
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The Basics of Storing
Contacts Entries
Phone Numbers With
Pauses
1. From standby mode enter the
phone number you want to
save (up to 48 digits).
When you call automated
systems, such as voice mail or
credit billing numbers, you often
have to enter a series of numbers
to navigate through the system.
Instead of entering these
numbers by hand, you can store
the numbers in your Contacts
separated by special pause
characters (W, P). There are two
different types of pauses you can
use when storing a number:
2. Press Left Soft Key
Save.
3. Select either Save New or
Update Existing.
4. Use
to highlight a Label
and press
.
Mobile 1/ Home 1/ Work 1/
Mobile 2/ Home 2/ Work 2/
Fax
Note
Use Update Existing to add
another phone number to a
contact already stored in memory.
5. Enter a name for the phone
number (up to 22 characters)
and press
. A confirmation
message is displayed briefly.
Wait (W)
The phone stops dialing until you
press Left Soft Key
Release
to advance to the next number.
Pause (P)
The phone waits 2 seconds
before sending the next string of
digits.
Storing a Number with Pauses
1. Press
2. Press
Contacts.
New Contact.
4. Enter a name (up to 22
characters).
5. Enter the number in any of the
text fields presented (Mobile
1/ Home 1/ Work 1/ Mobile
2/ Home 2/ Work 2/ Fax).
6. Press Right Soft Key
Options.
7. Press
Pause.
Wait or
8. Enter additional number(s)
then press
.
Adding a Pause to an Existing
Number
1. Press
Contacts to display
your Contacts alphabetically.
3. Press Left Soft Key
Edit.
4. Use
to highlight the
number.
5. Press Right Soft Key
Options.
Wait or
6. Press
Pause.
7. Enter additional number(s),
then press
.
Searching Your Phone’s
Memory
The UN430 phone is able to
perform a dynamic search of the
contents in your phone’s
memory. A dynamic search
compares entered letters or
numbers against the entries in
your Contacts. A matching list is
displayed in descending order.
You can then select a number
from the list to call or edit.
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3. Press
Menu.
2. Use
to highlight the
Contact entry to edit, then
press
.
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Contacts in Your Phone’s Memory
Scrolling Through Your
Contacts
Window.
2. Use
list.
Delete: Delete the selected
entry in your Contacts.
1. Press
Contacts to display
your Contacts alphabetically.
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to scroll through the
Searching by Letter
1. Press
Contacts to display
your Contacts alphabetically.
2. Press (or press repeatedly) the
key on the keypad that
corresponds with the search
letter.
Options
1. Press
Contacts and
highlight a Contact Entry.
2. Press Right Soft Key
Options.
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Contact List Search:
Search for contact either
using Navigation or Search
Send Message: Send a Text
Message or Picture
Message to the selected
contact.
Edit: Edit the selected
contact information.
Delete Multiple: Choose
from Selective/ All to
delete multiple entries at
one time.
Send via Bluetooth: Send
a contact(vCard) via
Bluetooth®. In case
Bluetooth® power is not on,
a notice pops up to turn
Bluetooth® on.
Set Speed Dial/ Remove
Speed Dial: Set a speed
dial or remove the speed
dial.
Making a Call From Your
Phone’s Memory
From Call History
1. Press
●
●
3. Use
By using Speed Dialing.
From Contacts
4. Press
to place the call.
to highlight the type
of recent call, then press
Missed Calls/Received
Calls/Dialed Calls/All Calls
4. Use
to highlight the
phone number.
5. Press
1. Press
Contact List to
display your Contacts.
3. Use
to highlight the
phone number.
Call History.
2. Press
By pressing Talk Key
after
searching for a phone number
in Contacts or Call History
and highlighting it.
2. Use
to highlight the
Contact entry, then press
Menu.
to place the call.
Speed Dialing
.
For a single-digit Speed Dial,
press and hold the digit or press
the digit, then press
. For a
double-digit Speed Dial, press
the first digit and hold the
second digit or press the first
and second digits, then press
.
.
C o n ta c ts i n Yo u r P h o n e ’s M e m o r y
Once you have stored phone
numbers in your Contacts, you
can place calls to those numbers
quickly and easily.
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Using Phone Menus
Contacts
1. Press
The Contacts Menu allows you
to store names, phone numbers
and other information in your
phone’s memory. When you
access your Contacts, the
number in parentheses
represents the number of entries
you have stored (Up to 1000).
Access and Options
1. Press
C o n ta c ts
2. Press
.
Contacts.
1. New Contact
Allows you to add a new contact
to your Contact List.
Note
Using this submenu, the number
is saved as a new Contact. To save
the number into an existing
Contact, edit the Contact entry.
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,
,
.
2. Enter the name, then press
.
3. Highlight the field you wish to
store the contact information
in.
4. Enter the phone number or
e-mail address.
5. Continue adding the desired
contact information to the
entry.
6. When you are finished
entering the desired contact
information, press
Save
to save the entry into your
Contact List.
2. Contact List
●
Allows you to view your Contact
List.
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Choose from the following
options:
●
●
Press
to scroll through
your Contacts alphabetically.
3. Groups
Press Right Soft Key
Options to select one of
the following:
Allows you to view your grouped
Contacts, add a new group,
change the name of a group, or
delete a whole group.
Contact List Search/ Send
Message/ Delete/ Edit/
Delete Multiple/ Send via
Bluetooth/ Set Speed Dial
Press
View to view the
contact's information.
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Choose from the following
options:
●
C o n ta c ts
●
Press Left Soft Key
Edit to edit contact
information. Or press Right
Soft Key
Options:
Send Message/ Set
Ringtone/ Delete/
Send via Bluetooth
Use
to highlight a
group, then press
View to view the
contacts in the selected
group.
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Contacts
●
●
Press Left Soft Key
New to add a new group.
Use
to highlight a
group, then press Right
Soft Key
Options to
choose from the following
options:
Delete/ Send Message/
Rename Group/ Set Ringtone/
Delete All
4. Speed Dials
C o n ta c ts
,
,
.
2. Use
to highlight the
desired Speed Dial location
(or enter the Speed Dial
Assign.
digit), and press
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A confirmation message is
displayed.
5. My VCard
Allows you to view all of your
personal Contact information
including name and phone
numbers.
1. Press
Allows you to view your Speed
Dials list, designate new Speed
Dials, or remove Speed Dial
designations entered in your
Contacts.
1. Press
3. Use
to highlight the
Contact then press
.
,
,
.
2. Use
to highlight the
feature you wish to edit, and
Edit.
press Left Soft Key
3. Edit the information as
desired and press
.
Note
You cannot edit phone number
Mobile 1, but you can add
additional phone numbers.
Messaging
Messaging
●
Access and Options
1. Press
2. Press
.
Messaging.
3. Select a sub-menu.
Text messages, pages, and the
voicemail box become available as
soon as the phone is powered on.
●
Check types of messages by
pressing the message key
.
Read and edit messages saved
in the outbox after
transmission and resend them.
The phone can store up to
SMS(Inbox:200/ Outbox:50/
Drafts:15), MMS (Inbox:200
(Messages + Message
Notifications)/ Outbox:50/
Drafts:20) messages. The
UN430 supports up to 160
characters per message including
header information. The
information stored in the
message is determined by phone
mode and service capability.
Other limits to available
characters per message may
exist. Please check with your
service provider for system
features and capabilities.
M es s a g i n g
1. New Text Message
2. New Picture Message
3. Inbox
4. Sent
5. Drafts
6. Voicemail
7. Templates
8. Settings
9. Delete All
●
Make a call to the callback
number by pressing
during an Inbox message
check.
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Messaging
1. New Text Message
Allows you to send text messages,
and pages. Each message has a
maximum destination of 10
addresses.
Sending a Text Message
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Enter Mobile Number and
press
.
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3. After composing message,
press
Send.
Or Right Soft Key
Options
Add/ Save As/ Priority Level/
Callback #/ Cancel
SHIFT Key
To change cases.
SPACE Key
To insert a space.
BACK Key
To backspace and hold it
to delete words.
Punctuation
Key
To insert punctuation in a
word or to complete a
sentence in T9Word
Mode.
Using Text Input Modes
Left Soft Key ( ) To choose
T9Word/ Abc/ 123/ Symbols.
4. Press
Send.
A confirmation message is
displayed.
5. Set a priority of your message.
Priority Level : Normal/High
6. Set your callback number.
On/ Off
2. New Picture Message
Allows you send messages with
Text, Image and Audio.
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Enter the recipient's address,
or press Right Soft Key
Options to search Contacts,
and press
to select the
desired contact.
3. Press
to access the
message screen.
4. Type your message.
5. With the
highlight
Image/Video/ Audio on press
Left Soft Key
Add,
highlight an option, and press
to select:
6. Use
to highlight a picture,
then press Left Soft Key
Set.
7. With the highlight on Audio,
Add,
press Left Soft Key
highlight an option, and press
to select:
My Sounds/ Default
9. Use Right Soft Key
Options.
10. Use
to highlight an
option and press
.
Preview/ Add Slide/ Go to/
Save As Draft/ Priority
Level/ Remove/ Cancel
* Editing Subject
Preview/ Add/ Go to/ Save
As/ Priority Level/ Remove/
Cancel
M es s a g i n g
Image/ Video/ Take Photo/
Record Video for Image and
My Sounds/ Default for
Audio
8. Use
to highlight a sound,
then press Left Soft Key
Set.
* Editing the Text
Preview/ Add/ Go to/ Save
As/ Priority Level/ Remove/
Cancel
* Editing Image/Video
Preview/ Add Slide/ Go to/
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Messaging
Save As Draft/ Priority Level/
Remove/ Cancel
Viewing Your Inbox
* Editing Audio
Up to 400(200SMS/ 100MMS/
100Message Notifications)
received messages can be stored
in the Inbox.
11. Press
1. Press
Preview/ Add Slide/ Go to/
Save As Draft/ Priority Level/
Remove/ Cancel
to send.
3. Inbox
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newest to oldest.
The phone alerts you in 2 ways
when you receive a new message
by:
●
●
Displaying a notification
message on the screen.
Displaying the message icon
(It blinks when the
message is urgent).
Received text messages, Pages,
picture messages and e-mail lists
may be searched and the
contents viewed. Received
messages are displayed from
,
,
.
2. Use
to highlight an inbox
message.
3. Press Left Soft Key
Reply to reply,
Chat
to view the message, or Right
Options to
Soft Key
access additional options.
For text messages :
View(Chat)/ Change View
Type/ Delete/ Forward/ Save
Contact/ Lock/ Message
Info/ Delete Multiple
For picture messages:
Delete/ Forward/ Save
Contact/ Lock/ Message
Info/ Delete Multiple
4. While viewing the selected
message, press Left Soft Key
Reply to reply, or Right
Soft Key
Options to view
additional options.
View/Chat When View selects,
Detail View displays. When Chat
selects, Chat View displays.
Chat View/Detail View
Delete Deletes the selected
message.
Forward Forwards a received
message to other destination
address(es).
Save Contact Stores the callback
number, e-mail address, and
Lock/Unlock Locks or unlocks
the selected message.
Message Info Shows the
message type priority and status.
Delete Multiple Deletes the
selected message.
Note
For picture messages:
Play Again/ Delete/ Forward/
Save Contact/ Save Media/
Lock/ Message Info
4. Sent
Up to 100 (50 SMS and 50
MMS) sent text messages or
picture messages can be stored
in the Sent Folder. Access the
Sent message list to view
contents of sent messages and
verify whether the transmission
was successful or not.
M es s a g i n g
Change View Type Default sets
View Type.
numbers in the received message
into your Contacts.
Save New/ Update Existing
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Messaging
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Use
to highlight a sent
message. Press Left Soft Key
Resend to resend the
message to the recipient,
View to view the message, or
Right Soft Key
Options
to access additional options.
Delete/ Forward/ Save
Contact/ Lock(Unlock)/
Message Info/ Delete
Multiple
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3. While viewing the selected
sent message, press Left Soft
Resend to resend the
Key
message to the recipient, or
Options
Right Soft Key
to access additional options.
Delete Deletes the selected
message.
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Forward Forwards a received
message to other destination
address(es).
Save Contact Stores the callback
number, e-mail address, and
numbers in the received message
into your Contacts.
Save as Templates Stores the
message as a template for future
messages.
Lock/Unlock Locks or unlocks
the selected message.
Message Info Shows the
message type priority and status.
Note
For picture messages:
Play Again/ Delete/ Forward/
Save Contact/ Save Media/
Lock/ Message Info
5. Drafts
Displays saved messages and
draft messages.
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Use
to highlight a Saved
message.
●
●
Press
Edit.
Press Right Soft Key
Options.
Delete Deletes the selected
message from the Drafts.
Allows you to view new voice
messages recorded in the
voicemail box. Your phone will
alert you when you receive a new
voice message.
Shortcut
Holding down
is a quick
access to Voicemail.
Checking Your Voicemail Box
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Options from here:
●
Press
to listen to the
message(s) and the possible
choices are as follow while
checking your voicemails.
End Call/ Text Message/
Contacts/ Speaker On(Off)/
Recent Calls/Privacy On/
Record/Main Menu/
Notepad/ DTMF Tones
M es s a g i n g
Save Contact Select Save New/
Update Existing to store the
callback number, e-mail
address,and numbers in the
received message into your
Contacts or update an existing
contact already stored in
memory.
Lock/Unlock Locks a message so
that it is not erased if the Erase
Saved or Erase All feature is used.
Delete Multiple Select
Selective/ All to delete multiple
messages at one time.
6. Voicemail
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Messaging
7. Templates
8. Settings
Allows you to display, edit, and
add text phrases. These text
strings allow you to reduce
manual text input into messages.
Up to 18 can be stored in the
Templates. Default(11) +
Addable Template(7).
Allows you to configure 4 settings
for messages.
1. Press
,
,
.
New
2. Press Left Soft Key
to create a new template.
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Enter text and press
save the template.
3. Use
to highlight a
template and press Right Soft
Key
Options, then
highlight an option and press
to select:
Delete/Edit
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to
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Use
to highlight All
Messages/ Text Message/
Picture Message/ Edit
.
Voicemail # then press
Message Settings Sub-Menu
Descriptions
8.1 All Messages
1. Reply Setting (Text Message
Only/ Selection)
With this feature on, messages
are automatically saved in
Sent when transmitted.
2. Auto Save (Auto Save/
Prompt/ Do Not Save)
With this feature on, messages
are automatically saved in
Sent when transmitted.
3. Auto Delete (On/ Off)
With this feature on, read
messages are automatically
deleted when you exceed the
storage limit.
4. Entry Mode
Allows you to select the
default input method including
T9Word, Abc and 123.
6. Speed Messaging (On/ Off)
8.2 Text Message
1. Auto View (On/ Off)
Allows the display to
automatically scroll down
while viewing messages.
3. Callback # (On/ Off/ Edit)
With this feature on, you can
input the callback number
that will be automatically
included when you send a
message.
8.3 Picture Message
1. Auto Receive (On/ Off)
With this set to On, attached
content will automatically
download when a new picture
message is received.
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5. Signature (On/ Off/ Edit)
Allows you to make/edit a
signature to automatically
send with your messages.
2. Auto Play (On/ Off)
When set to On, new
messages will automatically
display on your screen when
they are received.
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Messaging/ Call History
8.4 Edit Voicemail #
Allows you to manually enter the
access number for Voicemail
Service. This feature should only
be used when a VMS (Voicemail
Service) access number is not
provided from the network.
M es s a g i n g / C a l l H i s to r y
9. Delete All
This menu is a list of the last
phone numbers or Contact
entries for calls you placed,
accepted, or missed. It is
continually updated as new
numbers are added to the
beginning of the list and the
oldest entries are removed from
the bottom of the list.
Allows you to erase the messages
stored in your Inbox, Sent, or
Drafts message folders. You can
also erase all messages at the
same time.
Access and Options
1. Press
3. Select a sub-menu.
,
,
.
2. Use
to highlight an
option: Delete Inbox/ Delete
Sent/ Delete Drafts/ Delete
.
All Messages then press
3. Use
to highlight Yes/ No
and press
.
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Call History
1. Press
2. Press
.
Call History.
1. Missed Calls
2. Received Calls
3. Dialed Calls
4. All Calls
5. Call Timer
6. Data Counter
1. Missed Calls
4. All Calls
Allows you to view the list of
missed calls up to 40 entries.
Allows you to view the list of
missed, received and dialed calls;
up to 120 entries.
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Use
to highlight an entry.
2. Received Calls
1. Press
,
,
.
2. The history of all calls are
displayed.
5. Call Timer
1. Press
,
Allows you to view the duration
of selected calls.
2. Use
to highlight an entry.
,
.
3. Dialed Calls
2. Use
Allows you to view the list of
outgoing calls; up to 40 entries.
,
1. Press
1. Press
,
.
2. Use
entry.
to highlight an
,
,
.
to highlight a call list,
then press
.
C a l l H i s to r y
Allows you to view the list of
incoming calls; up to 40 entries.
Last Call/ Home Calls/ Roam
Calls/ All Calls
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Call History/ Multimedia
6. Data Counter
Allows you to view the list of
received and transmitted data
calls.
C a l l H i s to r y / M u l t i m e d i a
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1. Press
,
2. Use
to highlight a data call
list, then press
,
.
.
Received Data/ Sent Data/
All Data
Multimedia
Your phone’s built-in camera
gives you the ability to take fullcolor digital pictures, view your
pictures using the phone’s
display, and instantly send them
to family and friends.
Access and Options
1. Press
2. Press
.
Multimedia.
3. Select a sub-menu.
1. Take Photo
2. Record Video
3. Record Voice
4. Images
5. Videos
6. Sounds
7. Shuffle
1. Take Photo
Taking pictures with your phone’s
built-in camera is as simple as
choosing a subject, pointing the
lens, and pressing a button. You
can activate the phone’s camera
mode whether the phone is open
or closed.
1. Press
,
,
.
Shortcut
2. Using the phone’s main LCD
as a viewfinder, aim the camera
lens at your subject.
Take until the
3. Press
shutter sounds.
2. Set the brightness using
,
Brightness, Video, Resolution,
zoom (not available at the
highest resolution) using
●
Press Left Soft Key
Save
to save the image, press
Send to send the picture to
up to 10 contacts at one time
or press the Right Soft Key
Delete to delete the
image.
4. Press Right Soft Key
Options to change other
settings.
Select from the available
options (below):
Brightness Use navigation key
to adjust brightness and press
to save settings.
Multimedia
Press the side camera key to access
the camera.
and press Right Soft Key
Options to change the
following settings:
Video Changes form camera
mode to video mode.
Resolution 1200X1600/
960X1280/ 480X640/
240X320
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Multimedia
Zoom Use navigation keys to
adjust zoom and press
to
save settings.
* Options
Quality Fine/ Normal/
Economy
Color Effects Color/ Sepia/
Mono/ Negative
White Balance Auto/ Sunny/
Tungsten/ Cloudy/
Fluorescent
Multimedia
Night Mode On/ Off
Self Timer Off/ 3 Seconds/ 5
Seconds/ 10 Seconds
Frame
* Settings
Memory Storage Phone
Memory/ Card Memory
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Shutter Sound None/ Sound
1/ Sound 2/ Sound 3/ Say
Cheese
Auto-Save Enable/ Disable
Send Reminder On/ Off
Take to take a
5. Press
picture.
6. Press the Left Soft Key
Save or
Send to
send message or the Right
Soft Key
Delete to delete
image.
Send
Send To Online Album
● View
The picture is stored in Gallery.
●
●
2. Record Video
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Set the brightness using
,
zoom using
and press
Options
Right Soft Key
to change other settings.
Select from the available
options (below):
Brightness Use navigation key
to adjust brightness and press
to save settings.
Camera Changes from video
mode to camera mode.
Resolution 176X144/
128X96
Record Time 15 sec/ 1 hour
* Options
Memory Storage Phone
Memory/ Card Memory
Send Reminder On/ Off
3. Press
Record to begin
recording.
Send Reminder to
5. Press
Send, Send To Online Album,
View.
6. Press Right Soft Key
Delete,
Send, or Left
Soft Key
Save. Choose
from the following save
options:
Gallery
Send
● New Video
●
●
3. Record Voice
Allows you to add, listen to, and
erase short verbal reminders.
1. Press
,
,
Multimedia
White Balance Auto/ Sunny/
Tungsten/ Cloudy/ Fluorescent
Record Time 15 sec/ 1 hour
* Settings
4. Press
Stop to stop
recording.
.
Record to record a
2. Press
new voice memo.
3. Talk into the microphone, then
Stop.
press
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Multimedia
4. Press Left Soft Key
to
Save. The default memo title
is the date and time of
recording.
5. Press Right Soft Key
Options to access the
following:
Set As/ Rename/ Delete
4. Images
Multimedia
Allows you to browse through the
images saved on your handset.
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Select My Images or Default.
To review your stored pictures :
3. Use your navigation key to
view and scroll through the
pictures.
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4. Use the following options:
Set as/ File Filter/ Slide
Show/ Take Photo/ Delete/
Rename/ Move/Copy/ Lock/
List View/ Information/
Delete Multiple/ Sort by/
Send via Bluetooth
5. Videos
Allows you to access saved video
clips.
1. Press
●
●
●
,
,
.
Press Left Soft Key
Send to send the selected
video clip to somebody else.
Press
Play to play the
selected video clip.
Press Right Soft Key
Options to access and
apply options.
6. Sounds
Allows you to choose audio clips.
1. Press
,
,
.
Voice
2. Press Left Soft Key
to record an audio clip.
●
●
●
Press
Record to begin
recording.
While recording, press Left
Soft Key
Pause to
pause, or
Stop to stop
recording.
When you are finished
recording, press Left Soft
Save to save the
Key
audio clip,
Send to send
the audio clip to somebody
else, or Right Soft Key
Options to access additional
options. Use
to
3. Use
to highlight My
Sounds or Default and press
.
4. Use
to highlight the
audio clip.
●
●
●
Press Left Soft Key
Send to send the selected
audio clip to somebody
else.
Press
Play to play the
selected audio clip.
Press Right Soft Key
Options to access
additional options. Use
to highlight an option
and press
.
For My Sounds: Set as/ File
Filter/ Record Voice/ Delete/
Rename/ Move/Copy/ Lock/
Information/ Delete
Multimedia
●
Press Left Soft Key
Audio to access My
Sounds list.
highlight Set As/ Rename/
Delete and press
.
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Multimedia
Multiple/ Sort by/ Send Via
Bluetooth
For Default:
Set as/ Information
Notes
7. Shuffle
Allows you to customize your
phone's ringtone or wallpaper
shuffle lists.
1. Press
,
,
.
Multimedia
2. Use
to highlight
Ringtone List/ Wallpaper List
and press
to select it.
Add
3. Press Left Soft Key
to add new ringtones or
wallpapers.
4. Use up/down
to highlight
the desired ringtones or
wallpapers and press
to
select them.
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Done
5. Press Left Soft Key
when you are finished
selecting the ringtones or
wallpapers.
Be sure to use only recommended
microSDTM cards. Using nonrecommended microSDTM cards
could cause data loss and damage
your phone.
The microSDTM card and its adapter
can be easily damaged by improper
operation. Please be careful when
inserting, removing, or handling it.
Do not remove a microSDTM card
while files are being accessed or
transferred. It may result in loss or
damage of data.
easyedgeSM
SM
Downloading Applications
You can download applications
and use easyedgeSM where
service is available.
Incoming Calls
While downloading an
application, incoming calls will
automatically be sent to your
voice mail, if available. If you do
not have voice mail, downloading
will not be interrupted by an
incoming call.
When using applications, an
incoming call will automatically
pause the application and allow
you to answer the call. When you
complete your call, you can
resume using the application.
e asye d g e S M
easyedge allows you to do
more than just talk on your
phone. easyedgeSM is a
technology and service that
allows you to download and use
applications on your phone. With
easyedgeSM, it is quick and easy
to personalize your phone to
your lifestyle and tastes. Just
download the applications that
appeal to you including
ringtones, games to productivity
tools, you can find something
useful, practical, or down right
entertaining. There are new
applications constantly available
for your use.
easyedgeSM
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easyedgeSM
1. Launch
1. Access easyedgeSM.
Allows you to download selected
applications and displays the
entire application list from the
easyedgeSM server connection.
2. Use
1. Press
Shortcut
,
.
Pressing the right arrow key
will start easyedgeSM.
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Managing Your easyedgeSM
Applications
Add new applications and
remove old ones at any time.
Removing Applications
Only removing an application
deletes it completely from the
memory of the phone. To restore
an application once it has been
removed will require that
download it again, this may incur
additional charge.
to select my stuff.
3. Use
to highlight the
application you wish to delete
and press Left Soft Key
Options.
4. Use
to highlight Delete
and press
.
5. Press Left Soft Key
Yes.
My Schedule
My Schedule
6. Use
to highlight
Ringtones, press Left Soft Key
Set and select a ringtone.
1. Alarm Clock
Allows you to set one of five
alarms.
1. Press
,
,
.
7. Press
Save.
2. Calendar
Allows you to conveniently keep
and access your agenda(s).
Simply store your appointments
and your phone will alert you with
a reminder of your appointment.
3. Press Left Soft Key
set the alarm time.
1. Press
Set to
4. Use
to highlight Repeat
(recurrence setting).
5. Press
to select one of
the following.
Once/ Daily/ Mon - Fri/
Weekends
,
,
.
2. Use
to highlight the
scheduled day.
Moves cursor to the left.
My Schedule
2. Select the alarm you want to
edit.
Alarm 1/ Alarm 2/ Alarm 3/
Alarm 4/ Alarm 5
Moves cursor to the right.
Moves to the previous
week.
Moves to the next week.
3. Press Left Soft Key
New.
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My Schedule
4. Enter your schedule
information including:
●
●
●
My Schedule
●
●
●
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Set Time Press Left Soft
Key
Set to set specific
time or press Right Soft
Key
All Day.
Subject
Reminder
None/ On Time/ 5 Min.
Before/ 10 Min. Before/
15 Min. Before/ 1 Hour
Before/
2 Hours Before/ 1 Day
Before/ 2 Days Before
Repeat
Once/ Daily/ Weekly/
Monthly/ Yearly
Repeat End
Ringtone
Which ring alarm to sound
(Press Left Soft Key
Set
and select My Sounds or
Default to select sound.)
Save.
5. Press
Note
Scheduler will not alert you during
a call or during SMS transmission.
It will sound the reminder after you
exit a call.
3. Notepad
Allows you to add, read, edit,
and erase notes to yourself.
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Press Left Soft Key
New
to write a new note then press
to save.
While entering a note, change
text input mode with Left Soft
Abc. Also, note that
Key
word choices/ suggestions are
listed and adding an word to
database is asked while entering
characters in T9 Word mode.
Viewing a Notepad Entry
● Access Notepad entry and
press
to View.
● To erase, press the Right Soft
Key
Options.
● 1 Delete
● 2 Edit
● 3 Delete All
To edit the Notepad entry, press
View and press the Left Soft
Key
Edit.
Music
Music
Allows you to access songs stored
in your memory card. For access
to this feature, there should be
stored music in your memory
card. Music can be transferred to
your phone from your PC. To
enable this feature, please set
USB Mass Storage to On.
1. Last Played Song /
Now Playing
1. Press
,
,
.
,
.
1. Press
,
Music
2. All Songs
2. Use
to select a music file
Play to play or
and press
Options:
the Right Soft Key
Delete/Add to
Playlist/Delete Multiple/File
Info/Settings
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Music
4. Albums
Options available when
playing music:
Repeat (Minimize/ Add to
Playlist/ Rating/ File Info/
Settings)
Shuffle (On/ Off)
Background Music (Prompt/
Always On/ Always Off)
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Use
to select the Album
View to view
and press
the songs from that Album.
3. My Playlists
5. Artists
Allows you to create and listen to
Playlists.
Allows you to view and listen to
your music by Artists.
1. Press
1. Press
,
,
.
Music
2. Add Playlist to create a new
playlist or press Right Soft
Options for the
Key
following options:
Delete/New Playlist/
Rename/ Import M3U file/
Export M3U file
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Allows you to view and listen to
your music by Album.
,
,
.
2. Use
to select the artist to
View to
view and press
view the songs in your
collection by that Artist.
6. Genres
Allows you to view and listen to
your music by Genre.
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Use
to select the Genre
to view and press
View to
view the songs in your
collection from that Genre.
Tools
Tools
Allows you to make use of
various tools and applications to
your phone.
1. Voice Command
To o l s
Allows you to make phone calls
quickly and easily by voice. Your
phone recalls the number from
your Contacts, displays it briefly,
and then dials it. This menu also
includes a feature for those who
are driving or blind. It delivers
time information by voice and
allows you to check missed calls,
messages and voicemails.
1.1 Start Command
1. Press
,
,
,
.
1.1.1 Call <Name> or
<Number>
1. Press
,
,
.
,
,
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Tools
1.1.5 Time & Date
2. Say name & phone type or
number.
1. Press
1.1.2 Voicemail
1. Press
,
,
,
,
.
2. Say Voicemail.
,
,
,
2. Say Time & Date.
1.1.6 Help
1.1.3 Missed Calls
Allows you to check the
information of Voice Control.
You can check missed alerts.
1. Press
1. Press
,
,
,
,
To o l s
1.1.4 Messages
.
2. Say Messages.
,
2. Say Help.
1. Press
,
,
Allows you to set command
mode as Normal or Speed.
If any missed alerts, listen to
the guides.
,
,
1.2 Command Mode
2. Say Missed Calls
1. Press
,
.
.
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,
.
,
,
,
2. Select options.
Normal/ Speed
,
,
.
1.3 Announce Alert
2. Select options.
1 Match/ 4 Matches
Allows you to customize
Announce Alert.
1. Press
,
,
,
.
2. Select options.
Disable/ Announce/
Announce + Ring
,
,
,
,
.
2. Select the location of your
choice by using
, then
press
.
Allows you to customize train
word.
,
Allows you quick access to your
favorite menus. A maximum of 12
items can be stored in My Menu.
1. Press
1.4 Train Word
1. Press
2. My Menu
.
3. Calculator
1.5 Best Match
Allows you to perform simple
mathematical calculations.
Allows you to customize Best
Match.
1. Press
1. Press
,
,
,
.
,
,
To o l s
2. Select options.
Voice Command/ Answer/
Digit Dial
3. Select the menu you wish to
add to My Menu by using
,
then press
.
.
2. Enter data.
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Tools
●
●
●
●
●
●
To o l s
●
Use keypad to enter
numbers.
1. Press
Press Left Soft Key
to erase the entry.
.
Reset
3. Press Right Soft Key
Close to exit this menu.
AC
Press Right Soft Key
Operator for additional
calculating options.
Use Navigation Keys to
enter functions.
Press
to complete
equation.
4. Ez Tip Calc
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,
2. Press Left Soft Key
if necessary.
Use
to enter
decimals.
Use
to switch the
numbers entered to a
negative value.
,
Allows you to quickly and easily
calculate the amounts for a bill
with the amount of the bill, the
amount of the tip, and the
number of people as variables.
5. World Clock
Allows you to determine the
current time in another time
zone or country.
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Press Right Soft Key
Cities to move the time bar
across the world map and
display the date/time in that
location.
Set
3. Press Left Soft Key
DST to display Daylight
Savings Time in the selected
location.
6. Stopwatch
Stopwatch is available just as
common stopwatches we see and
use in daily life.
1. Press
2. Press
press
●
,
,
.
Start to start, and
Stop to stop.
You can use the Lap
function by pressing Right
Soft Key
Lap to
record up to 20 laps and
lap times.
7. Unit Converter
Allows you to measure Currency,
Area, Length, Temperature, Mass,
Volume, Velocity.
1. Press
,
,
Settings
The Settings Menu has options
to customize your phone.
Access and Options
1. Press
2. Press
.
Settings.
3. Select a sub-menu.
1. Sound
2. Display
3. Security
4. Call Settings
5. Bluetooth
6. PC Connection
7. System
8. Memory
9. Phone Info.
S ett i n g s
Reset
3. Press Left Soft Key
to reset.
Settings
.
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Settings
1. Sound
2. Select Master Volume/
Keypad/ Earpiece/ Speaker
Provides options to customize
the phone’s sounds.
3. Use
to adjust the volume
of the ringer, then press
.
1.1 Ringers
1.3 Message Alerts
Allows you to assign ringers for
All Calls, Caller ID, No Caller ID,
Restricted Calls or Shuffle.
1. Press
,
,
,
2. Select All Calls, Caller ID, No
Caller ID, Restricted Calls or
Shuffle.
Allows you to select the alert
tone for a new message.
.
S ett i n g s
3. Use your navigation key to
scroll through the available
ringers. And press Left Soft
Set to set the
Key
ringtone.
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,
,
,
,
2. Select Text Message/ Picture
Message/ Voicemail/ All
Messages/ Message
Reminder.
.
1.4 Alert Type
Allows you to set various volume
settings.
,
,
3. Use
to select a setting,
then press
.
1.2 Volume
1. Press
1. Press
.
Allows you to select the alert
type.
1. Press
,
,
,
.
2. Use
to select alert type.
Call Alert/ Message Alert/
Calendar Alert/ Alarm Alert/
Emergency Alert
3. Select a tone style and press
to save.
Ring Only/ Vibrate Only/
Ring & Vib.
Alerts you when the call is
connected.
1.5.3 Back to Top
Alerts you when you scroll
through the end of a menu list.
1.5.4 Low Battery
Emergency Alert: Ring & Vib,
Vibrate Only
Alerts you when the battery
charge level is low.
1.5 Service Alerts
.
3. Use
to set On/ Off, then
press
. (for Low Battery
option, Announce/ Tone)
1.6 Power On/Off Tone
1.5.1 Minute Beep
Allows you to set the phone to
sound a tone when the phone is
powered on and off.
Alerts you 10 seconds before the
end of every minute during a call.
1. Press
,
,
,
2. Use
to set to On/ Off,
then press
.
S ett i n g s
Allows you to set any of the 4 Alert
options to On or Off.
1. Press
,
,
,
2. Select an alert option.
1.5.2 Call Connect
.
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Settings
1.7 Flip Tone
Allows you to set a flip tone that
will play when you flip your
phone open or closed.
1. Press
,
,
,
2. Use
to set to On/ Off,
then press
.
.
Select between : Fit to
Height/ Fit to Width
2.1.2 Front Screen
Allows you to choose the kind of
images to be displayed on your
main screen.
2. Display
S ett i n g s
Provides you with options to
customize the phone’s display
screen.
1. Press
2.1.1 Main Screen
3. Use the navigation key to
select and press Left Soft Key
Set.
1. Press
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
2. Select My Images or Default.
2.1 Wallpaper
Allows you to choose the kind of
images to be displayed on your
main screen.
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3. Use the navigation key to
select and press Left Soft Key
Set.
,
2. Select My Images or Default.
Select between : Fit to
Height/ Fit to Width
2.1.3 Shuffle
Allows you to choose the kind of
screen savers to be displayed on
your phone while not in use.
1. Press
,
,
,
,
Music/ Contact 1/ Contact
2/ Contact 3/ Contact 4.
3. Press
2.2.2 Widget Location
2. Highlight Main Screen, Front
Screen and select On.
3. Highlight Repeat and set the
option:
Every 5 Sec/ Every 1 Min/
Every 1 Hour/ Every 1 Day/
Flip Open
4. Press
1. Press
,
,
3. Use
move the Wiget
Set.
Icon, then press
Allows you to enter a string of
characters which display on the
LCD screen.
2.2.1 Widget Settings
,
.
2. Use
to scroll between
Calendar/ Quick Note/
Calculator/ FM Radio/
S ett i n g s
2.3 Banner
Allows you to enter a string of
characters which display on the
LCD screen.
,
,
2. Use
to highlight the
Widget Icon, then press
Select.
2.2 Widget
,
,
.
to save.
1. Press
to Select.
,
1. Press
,
,
,
.
2. Use
to scroll between
On/ Off.
3. Use
to highlight the
message window.
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Settings
4. Input text and press Left Soft
Abc to change text
Key
options,
Save to save, or
Right Soft Key
Cancel to
cancel editing your banner.
2.4 Backlight
S ett i n g s
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,
,
,
.
2. Choose an option between
Display or Keypad, then press
.
For the Display and Keypad
backlight, you will have the
following times to choose
from:
7 seconds/ 10 seconds/
15 seconds/ 30seconds/
Always On/ Always Off
Choose how your phone’s menu
is displayed on the screen.
1. Press
,
,
,
2. Select Icon or List and press
.
.
2.6 Language
The backlight setting lets you
select how long the display
screen is backlit after any
keypress is made.
1. Press
2.5 Menu Styles
Allows you to set the bilingual
feature according to your
preference. Choose between
English and Spanish.
1. Press
,
,
,
2. Use
to select English or
Spanish, then press
.
.
2.7 Clocks & Calendar
Choose whether you want your
phone’s clock to be displayed in
analog mode, digital mode, or
with time and date.
1. Press
,
,
,
.
2.7.1 Main Screen
1. Press
Allows you to choose the kind of
screen clock to be displayed on
your inner screen.
1. Press
,
,
,
,
.
2. Choose a setting, then press
.
Off/ Normal Clock/ Analog
Clock/ Digital Clock/ Dual
Clock/ Calendar/ Clock &
Keymap
to save settings.
2.7.2 Front Screen
Allows you to choose the kind of
screen clock to be displayed on
your outer screen.
,
,
,
2. Choose a setting, then press
.
Normal Clock/ Analog
Clock/ Digital Clock/
Minimized Clock
3. Press
to save settings.
2.8 Font Settings
This setting allows you to adjust
the display appearance when
entering text (for example, when
using the notepad or when
adding a Contacts entry).
1. Press
,
,
,
S ett i n g s
3. Press
,
.
.
2. Customize font settings for
type, size or color.
3. After customizing settings,
press
to save.
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Settings
2.9 Color Schemes
3.1 Lock Phone
You can customize your phone’s
display theme.
Keeps your phone from
unauthorized use. Once the
phone is locked, it is in restricted
mode until the lock code is
entered. You can receive phone
calls and still make emergency
calls. You can modify the lock
code using the New Lock code
within the Security menu.
1. Press
,
,
,
.
2. Choose a setting, then press
.
Black/ White are the two
options available.
2.0 Name Match for Dialing
S ett i n g s
Matches a saved Contact entry
with the corresponding letters
entered on the Dialing screen
after 3 characters are entered.
1. Press
,
,
,
2. Select On/ Off then press
.
,
,
.
2. Enter the four-digit lock code.
3. Press
.
3. Security
The Security menu allows you to
secure the phone electronically.
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1. Press
Lock Phone.
4. Use
to select an option,
then press
.
Unlock The phone is never
locked (Lock mode can be used).
Lock The phone is always locked.
When locked, you can receive
incoming calls and make only
emergency calls.
On Power Up The phone is
locked when it is turned on.
3.2 Restrictions
Allows you to restrict Calls,
Messaging, Camera or
easyedgeSM.
Note
You can receive the incoming calls
from saved contacts on your phone,
when Incoming Only is on.
1. Press
,
,
.
Outgoing Messages/
Camera/ easyedge, then
press
.
3.3 Emergency #s
Allows you to enter 3 emergency
numbers. You can call these
emergency numbers and 911,
even when the phone is locked
or restricted.
1. Press
,
,
.
Emergency #s.
2. Enter the four-digit lock code
and press
.
3. Press
4. Use
to select Incoming
Calls/ Outgoing Calls/
Incoming Messages/
5. When you are finished editing
the number, press
Save
to save, or Right Soft Key
Cancel to cancel editing.
3. Press
Restrictions and
enter the four- digit lock code
again.
4. Press
OK to edit the
emergency numbers.
S ett i n g s
2. Enter the four-digit lock code
and press
.
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Settings
3.4 Change Lock Code
Allows you to enter a new fourdigit lock code.
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Enter the four-digit lock code
and press
.
Change Lock
3. Press
Code and select Phone Only/
Call & Applications.
4. Enter a new 4-digit lock code
and press
.
S ett i n g s
5. For confirmation, it will ask
you to enter the new lock
code again.
3.5 Master Reset
Allows you to reset your phone
to the factory default settings.
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Enter the four-digit lock code
70
and press
3. Press
.
Master Reset.
4. Read the displayed message
and press
to continue.
5. A message will pop up that
says
“All settings will revert to
factory default.”
6. Use
to highlight an
option and press
.
Revert/ Cancel.
4. Call Settings
The Call Settings menu allows
you to designate how the phone
handles both incoming and
outgoing calls.
4.1 Answer Options
Allows you to determine how to
handle an incoming call.
1. Press
,
,
,
.
2. Use
to select a setting,
then press
.
Flip Open/ SEND Key Only/
Any Key/ Auto with Handsfree
1. Press
,
,
,
,
.
4.4 Voice Privacy
Allows you to set the length of
time the phone waits before
automatically redialing a number
when the attempted call fails.
,
,
2. Use
to select a setting,
then press
.
On/ Off
4.2 Auto Retry
1. Press
Speed Dial numbers designated
in your Contacts will not
function.
.
Off/ Every 10 Seconds/
Every 30 Seconds/ Every 60
Seconds
4.3 One-Touch Dial
Allows you to initiate a speed
dial call by pressing and holding
the speed dial digit. If set to Off,
1. Press
,
,
,
.
S ett i n g s
2. Use
to select a setting,
then press
.
Allows you to set the voice
privacy feature for CDMA calls as
Enhanced or Standard. CDMA
offers inherent voice privacy.
Check with your service provider
for availability.
2. Use
to select a setting,
then press
.
Enhanced/ Standard
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Settings
4.5 Noise Cancellation
3. Select On or Off and press
.
Activating Auto Volume provides
an improved experience, it
controls the dynamic range of
sound that is received and sent
depending on the environment.
1. Press
,
,
2. Select On or Off.
,
4.7 TTY Mode
.
4.6 Airplane Mode
S ett i n g s
Airplane Mode allows you to use
many of your phone’s features,
such as Games, Notepad, Voice
Memos, etc., when you are in an
airplane or in any other area
where making or receiving calls
or data is prohibited. When your
phone is in Airplane Mode, it
cannot send or receive any calls
or access online information.
1. Press
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,
,
,
.
2. Read the disclaimer and press
.
Allows you to attach a TTY
(Teletype Writer) device enabling
you to communicate with parties
also using a TTY device. A phone
with TTY support is able to
translate typed characters to
voice. Voice can also be
translated into characters and
then displayed on the TTY.
1. Press
,
,
,
.
2. Read the displayed message
and press
to continue.
3. Use
to select a setting,
then press
.
TTY Full/ TTY + Talk/ TTY +
Hear/ TTY Off
5. Bluetooth
The UN430 is compatible with
devices that support the
Bluetooth® headset and handsfree profile(s)*. You may create
and store 20 pairings within the
UN430 and connect to one
device at a time. The
approximate communication
range for Bluetooth® wireless
technology is up to 30 feet
(10 meters).
Bluetooth QD ID B015946
®
Read user guide of each Bluetooth
accessory that you are trying to pair
with your phone because the
instructions may be different.
The Bluetooth® features available on
this handset may not be compatible
with all Bluetooth® enabled devices.
Your service provider or handset
manufacturer cannot be held
responsible for compatibility issues
with devices not sold by the service
provider or handset manufacturer.
Pairing is the process that allows
the handset to locate, establish
and register 1-to-1 connection
with the target device.
For pairing new Bluetooth®
device
1. Press
,
,
,
.
®
2. Follow the Bluetooth
accessory instructions to set
the device to pairing mode.
3. Press Left Soft Key
Search and New Search.
If Bluetooth® power is set to
off, you will be prompted to
turn power on. Select Yes
and press
.
4. Devices found will appear in
the Add New Device menu
once they have been located.
Highlight the device and press
Pair.
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5.1 Paired Devices
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5. The handset will prompt you
for the passkey. Consult the
Bluetooth® accessory
instructions for the
appropriate passkey (typically
“0000” - 4 zeroes). Enter the
passkey and press
.
6. Select Always Ask/ Always
Connect.
S ett i n g s
,
2. Use
to select a setting,
then press
.
On/ Off
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Allows you to set the visibility of
your Bluetooth® device.
,
,
,
.
Visible/ Hidden
Note
If you turn on My Visibility, your
device is able to be searched by
other in-range Bluetooth® devices.
Allows you to set the power
On/Off.
,
5.3 My Visibility
2. Use
to select a setting,
then press
.
5.2 Power
,
By default, your device’s Bluetooth®
functionality is turned off.
1. Press
7. Once connected, you will see
the device listed in the Paired
Devices menu.
1. Press
Note
.
5.4 My Bluetooth Name
Allows you to edit the name of
the Bluetooth® device.
1. Press
,
2. Hold down
existing name.
,
,
to clear the
.
3. Use the alphanumeric keypad
to enter a new alias.
4. Press
to save and exit, or
Cancel to
Right Soft Key
cancel editing.
5.5 My Bluetooth Info
,
,
,
6. PC Connection
1. Press
,
2. Use
to select a setting,
then press
,
.
.
USB Modem/ USB Mass
Storage/ Setting Reminder
7.1 Network
.
Allows you to set up the phone
producer’s management
environment. Leave this setting
as the default unless you want to
alter system selection as
instructed by your service
provider.
1. Press
.
,
,
,
,
S ett i n g s
Allows you to select the data
port.
The System menu allows you to
designate specific system
network settings.
7.1.1 System Select
Allows you to view the
information of the Bluetooth®.
1. Press
7. System
2. Use
to highlight
Home Only / Automatic then
press
.
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Settings
7.1.2 Set NAM
7.1.4 Serving System
Allows you to select the phone’s
NAM (Number Assignment
Module) if the phone is
registered with multiple service
providers.
Identifies the channel number of
a system that is served as a SID
Number. This information should
only be used for technical
support.
1. Press
.
,
,
,
,
S ett i n g s
Allows the phone to
automatically switch between
programmed telephone numbers
corresponding to the service
provider area.
2. Use
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,
,
to highlight On or
Off, then press
.
,
,
,
Menu for GPS (Global
Positioning System: Satellite
assisted location information
system) mode.
7.1.3 Auto NAM
,
,
7.2 Location
2. Use
to highlight NAM1 or
NAM2, then press
.
1. Press
.
1. Press
.
,
1. Press
,
,
2. Press Right Softkey
until ok displays.
,
.
Next
On/ Off
Note
GPS satellite signals are not always
transmitted, especially under bad
atmospheric and environmental
conditions, indoors etc.
Settings/ FM Radio
8. Memory
Allows you to check out the
memory status of your phone.
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Use
to highlight Save
Options/ Phone Memory/
.
Card Memory and press
The Phone Info menu provides
you with specific information
pertaining to your phone model.
1. Press
,
,
.
2. Use
to highlight an
option and press
, or
press the corresponding
number key.
My Number/ ESN/MEID/
Icon Glossary/ Version
Listen to FM broadcasts and
music from your phone. Wired
headphones, or a headset, are
required to use this feature
1. Press
,
.
FM Frequency Range: 87.5MHz
-107.9 MHz.
Current Station
Frequency
Displays Song Info
(if available)
Sound Source
(Headset or Speaker)
Current Frequency
Location
Options
Channel List
S ett i n g s / F M Ra d i o
9. Phone Info.
FM Radio
Automatic Scan Station Tuning
Available broadcast stations are
dependent on the transmission
signal strength in your current
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FM Radio/ Tone Room
location. Touch the Scan
Backward/ Scan Forward Press
keys
to scroll through the
available FMradio transmissions in
your area.
Setting Favorite Channels/
Stations
F M Ra d i o / To n e Ro o m
1. Use
to highlight an
option and press
to save
and exit, or Right Soft Key
Options:
Minimize/ Listen via
Speaker/ Add New/ Station
Info on
FM Radio Icon Reference
Icons at the top of the LCD screen
indicate the FM Radio status.
FM Radio playing.
FM Radio Minimize.
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Tone Room
Allows you to get directions to
locations when you're out and
about - air-time charges may
apply.
1. Press
,
.
PAC-MAN
PAC-MAN
Allows you to use the preloaded
PAC-MAN application. User
charges may apply.
1. Press
,
.
2. Read the disclaimer and select
Yes to start easyedge.
PAC - M A N
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TIA (Telecommunications
Industry Association)
Safety Information
The following is the complete
TIA Safety Information for
wireless handheld phones.
Exposure to Radio Frequency
Signal
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Your wireless handheld portable
phone is a low power radio
transmitter and receiver. When it is
ON, it receives and also sends out
Radio Frequency (RF) signals.
In August, 1996, the Federal
Communications Commissions
(FCC) adopted RF exposure
guidelines with safety levels for
handheld wireless phones. Those
guidelines are consistent with
the safety standards previously
set by both U.S. and
international standards bodies:
●
ANSI C95.1 (1992) *
●
NCRP Report 86 (1986)
●
ICNIRP (1996)
●
Health Canada, Safety Code
6, 1999.
Those standards were based on
comprehensive and periodic
evaluations of the relevant
scientific literature. For example,
over 120 scientists, engineers,
and physicians from universities,
government health agencies, and
industry reviewed the available
body of research to develop the
ANSI Standard (C95.1).
The design of your phone
complies with the FCC
guidelines, IC Regulations (and
those standards).
Antenna Care
Use only the supplied or an
approved replacement antenna.
Unauthorized antennas,
modifications, or attachments
could damage the phone and
may violate FCC regulations.
Phone Operation
NORMAL POSITION: Hold the
phone as you would any other
telephone with the antenna
pointed up and over your shoulder.
Tips on Efficient Operation
For your phone to operate most
efficiently:
Driving
Check the laws and regulations
on the use of wireless phones in
the areas where you drive and
●
●
Use hands-free operation, if
available;
Pull off the road and park
before making or answering a
call if driving conditions or the
law so require.
Electronic Devices
Most modern electronic
equipment is shielded from RF
signals. However, certain
electronic equipment may not be
shielded against the RF signals
from your wireless phone.
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Do not press the antenna
unnecessarily when the phone is in
use. Contact with the antenna
affects call quality and may cause
the phone to operate at a higher
power level than otherwise needed.
always obey them. Also, if using
your phone while driving, please
observe the following:
● Give full attention to driving -driving safely is your first
responsibility;
Pacemakers
The Health Industry
Manufacturers Association
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recommends that a minimum
separation of six inches be
maintained between a handheld
wireless phone and a pacemaker
to avoid potential interference
with the pacemaker. These
recommendations are consistent
with the independent research
by and recommendations of
Wireless Technology Research.
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Persons with Pacemakers:
● Should ALWAYS keep the
phone more than six inches
from their pacemaker when
the phone is turned ON;
● Should not carry the phone in
a breast pocket;
● Should use the ear opposite
the pacemaker to minimize the
potential for interference;
● Should turn the phone OFF
immediately if there is any
reason to suspect that
interference is taking place.
Hearing Aids
Some digital wireless phones may
interfere with some hearing aids.
In the event of such interference,
you may want to consult your
service provider (or call the
customer service line to discuss
alternatives.) Optional for each
phone manufacturer.
Other Medical Devices
If you use any other personal
medical device, consult the
manufacturer of your device to
determine if it is adequately
shielded from external RF energy.
Your physician may be able to
assist you in obtaining this
information.
Health Care Facilities
Turn your phone OFF in health
care facilities when any
regulations posted in these areas
instruct you to do so. Hospitals
or health care facilities may use
equipment that could be
sensitive to external RF energy.
Vehicles
Posted Facilities
Turn your phone OFF in any
facility where posted notices so
require.
Aircraft
FCC and Transport Canada
regulations prohibit using your
phone while in the air. Switch
Blasting Areas
To avoid interfering with blasting
operations, turn your phone OFF
when in a “blasting area” or in
areas posted: “Turn off two-way
radio”. Obey all signs and
instructions.
Potentially Explosive
Atmosphere
Turn your phone OFF when in
any area with a potentially
explosive atmosphere and obey
all signs and instructions. Sparks
in such areas could cause an
explosion or fire resulting in
bodily injury or even death.
Areas with a potentially explosive
atmosphere are often, but not
always marked clearly. Potential
areas may include: fueling areas
(such as gasoline stations);
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RF signals may affect improperly
installed or inadequately
shielded electronic systems in
motor vehicles. Check with the
manufacturer or its
representative regarding your
vehicle. You should also consult
the manufacturer of any
equipment that has been added
to your vehicle.
OFF your phone before boarding
an aircraft.
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below deck on boats; fuel or
chemical transfer or storage
facilities; vehicles using liquefied
petroleum gas (such as propane
or butane); areas where the air
contains chemicals or particles
(such as grain, dust, or metal
powders); and any other area
where you would normally be
advised to turn off your vehicle
engine.
For Vehicles Equipped with an
Air Bag
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An air bag inflates with great
force. DO NOT place objects,
including either installed or
portable wireless equipment, in
the area over the air bag or in
the air bag deployment area. If
in-vehicle wireless equipment is
improperly installed and the air
bag inflates, serious injury could
result.
Charger and Adapter
Safety
●
●
The charger and adapter are
intended for indoor use only.
Do not expose the battery
charger or adapter to direct
sunlight or use it in places
with high humidity, such as a
bathroom.
Battery Information and
Care
●
●
●
Please dispose of your battery
properly or take it to your
local wireless carrier for
recycling.
Do not dispose of your
battery by fire or with
hazardous or flammable
materials.
Never use an unapproved
battery since this could
damage the phone and/or
battery and could cause the
battery to explode.
●
●
●
●
●
●
Use only LG-approved
chargers specific to your
phone model since they are
designed to maximize battery
life.
Do not disassemble or shortcircuit the battery.
Keep the battery’s metal
contacts clean.
Replace the battery when it
no longer provides acceptable
performance. The battery can
be recharged several hundred
times before replacement.
Recharge the battery after
long periods of non-use to
maximize battery life.
Battery life will vary due to
usage patterns and
environmental conditions.
●
Use of extended backlighting,
MiniBrowser, and data
connectivity kits affect battery
life and talk/standby times.
Safety Information
Please read and observe the
following information for safe
and proper use of your phone
and to prevent damage. Also,
keep the user’s guide in an
accessible place at all the times
after reading it.
Explosion, Shock, and Fire
Hazards
● Unplug the power cord and
charger during lightning
storms to avoid electric shock
or fire.
● Make sure that no sharpedged items such as animal’s
teeth, nails, come into contact
with the battery. There is a
risk of this causing a fire.
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The battery does not need to
be fully discharged before
recharging.
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Do not use harsh
chemicals(such as alcohol,
benzene, thinners, etc.) or
detergents to clean your
phone. There is a risk of this
causing a fire.
Do not handle the phone with
wet hands while it is being
charged. It may cause an
electric shock or seriously
damage your phone.
Do not drop, strike, or shake
your phone severely. Such
actions may harm the internal
circuit boards of the phone.
Do not put your phone in a
place subject to excessive dust
and keep the minimum
required distance between the
power cord and heat sources.
Unplug the power cord prior
to cleaning your phone, and
clean the power plug pin when
it is dirty.
●
●
●
●
●
●
Do not damage the power
cord by bending, twisting,
pulling, or heating. Do not use
the plug if it is loose as it may
cause a fire or electric shock.
When using the power plug,
ensure that it is firmly
connected. If it is not, it may
cause excessive heat or fire.
Do not place any heavy items
on the power cord. Do not
allow the power cord to be
crimped as it may cause fire or
electric shock.
Do not disassemble the
phone.
Do not place or answer calls
while charging the phone as it
may short-circuit the phone
and/or cause electric shock or
fire.
If you put your phone in a
pocket or bag without
covering the receptacle of the
phone (power plug pin),
metallic articles (such as a
coin, paperclip or pen) may
short-circuit the phone.
Always cover the receptacle
when not in use.
●
Never place your phone in a
microwave oven as it will cause
the battery to explode.
General Warnings and
Cautions
● Only use the batteries,
antennas, and chargers
provided by LG. The warranty
●
●
●
●
●
Store the battery in a place
out of reach of children.
Using a damaged battery or
placing a battery in your
mouth may cause serious
injury.
Do not place items containing
magnetic components such as
a credit card, phone card,
bank book or subway ticket
near your phone. The
magnetism of the phone may
damage the data stored in the
magnetic strip.
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Do not short-circuit the
battery. Metallic articles such
as a coin, paperclip or pen in
your pocket or bag may shortcircuit the + and – terminals
of the battery (metal strips on
the battery) upon moving.
Short-circuit of the terminal
may damage the battery and
cause an explosion.
will not be applied to
products provided by other
suppliers.
Do not hold or let the
antenna come in contact with
your body during a call.
Talking on your phone for a
long period of time may
reduce call quality due to heat
generated during use.
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When the phone is not used
for a long period time, store it
in a safe place with the power
cord unplugged.
Using the phone in proximity
to receiving equipment (i.e.,
TV or radio) may cause
interference to the phone.
Only authorized personnel
should service the phone and
its accessories. Faulty
installation or service may
result in accidents and
consequently invalidate the
warranty.
Do not use the phone if the
antenna is damaged. If a
damaged antenna contacts
skin, it may cause a slight
burn. Please contact an LG
Authorized Service Center to
replace the damaged antenna.
Do not use the phone in areas
where its use is prohibited.
(For example: aircraft).
●
●
Do not immerse your phone
in water. If this happens, turn
it off immediately and remove
the battery. If the phone does
not work, take it to an LG
Authorized Service Center.
Use accessories, such as
earphones and headsets, with
caution. Ensure that cables are
tucked away safely and do not
press the antenna unnecessarily.
Warning! Important
safety information
Avoiding hearing damage
Permanent hearing loss may
occur if you use your phone
and/or headset at a high volume.
Set the volume to a safe level.
You can adapt over time to a
higher volume of sound that may
sound normal but can be
damaging to your hearing. If you
experience ringing in your ears or
muffled speech, stop listening
and have your hearing checked.
The louder the volume, the less
time is required before your
hearing could be affected.
Hearing experts suggest that to
protect your hearing:
● Limit the amount of time you
use your phone and/or
headset at high volume.
●
●
Avoid turning up the volume
to block out noisy
surroundings.
For information about how to set
a maximum volume limit on your
phone, see the features guide for
your phone.
Use of your phone while
operating a vehicle is not
recommended and is illegal in
some areas. Be careful and
attentive while driving. Stop
using your phone if you find it
disruptive or distracting while
operating any type of vehicle or
performing any other activity
that requires your full attention.
Using headsets safely
Use of headsets to listen to
music while operating a vehicle is
not recommended and is illegal
in some areas. Be careful and
attentive while driving. Stop
using this device if you find it
disruptive or distracting while
operating any type of vehicle or
performing any other activity
that requires your full attention.
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Turn the volume down if you
can’t hear people speaking
near you.
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FDA Consumer Update
The U.S. Food and
Drug Administration’s
Center for Devices and
Radiological Health Consumer
Update on Mobile Phones:
1. Do wireless phones pose a
health hazard?
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The available scientific evidence
does not show that any health
problems are associated with
using wireless phones. There is
no proof, however, that wireless
phones are absolutely safe.
Wireless phones emit low levels
of radiofrequency energy (RF) in
the microwave range while being
used. They also emit very low
levels of RF when in the Main
Menu Screen. Whereas high
levels of RF can produce health
effects (by heating tissue),
exposure to low level RF that
does not produce heating effects
causes no known adverse health
effects. Many studies of low level
RF exposures have not found any
biological effects. Some studies
have suggested that some
biological effects may occur, but
such findings have not been
confirmed by additional research.
In some cases, other researchers
have had difficulty in reproducing
those studies, or in determining
the reasons for inconsistent
results.
2. What is the FDA's role
concerning the safety of
wireless phones?
Under the law, the FDA does not
review the safety of radiationemitting consumer products such
as wireless phones before they
can be sold, as it does with new
drugs or medical devices.
However, the agency has
authority to take action if
wireless phones are shown to
emit radiofrequency energy (RF)
at a level that is hazardous to the
user. In such a case, the FDA
could require the manufacturers
of wireless phones to notify
users of the health hazard and to
repair, replace, or recall the
phones so that the hazard no
longer exists.
●
Design wireless phones in a
way that minimizes any RF
exposure to the user that is
not necessary for device
function; and
Cooperate in providing users
of wireless phones with the
best possible information on
possible effects of wireless
phone use on human health.
The FDA belongs to an
interagency working group of the
federal agencies that have
responsibility for different
aspects of RF safety to ensure
coordinated efforts at the federal
level. The following agencies
belong to this working group:
● National Institute for
Occupational Safety and
Health
●
●
●
Environmental Protection
Agency
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Although the existing scientific
data do not justify FDA
regulatory actions, the FDA has
urged the wireless phone
industry to take a number of
steps, including the following:
● Support needed research into
possible biological effects of
RF of the type emitted by
wireless phones;
●
Occupational Safety and
Health Administration
National Telecommunications
and Information
Administration
The National Institutes of Health
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participates in some interagency
working group activities, as well.
The FDA shares regulatory
responsibilities for wireless
phones with the Federal
Communications Commission
(FCC). All phones that are sold
in the United States must comply
with FCC safety guidelines that
limit RF exposure.
The FCC relies on the FDA and
other health agencies for safety
questions about wireless phones.
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The FCC also regulates the base
stations that the wireless phone
networks rely upon. While these
base stations operate at higher
power than do the wireless
phones themselves, the RF
exposures that people get from
these base stations are typically
thousands of times lower than
those they can get from wireless
phones. Base stations are thus
not the subject of the safety
questions discussed in this
document.
3. What kinds of phones are
the subject of this update?
The term “wireless phone” refers
here to handheld wireless phones
with built-in antennas, often
called “cell”, “mobile”, or “PCS”
phones. These types of wireless
phones can expose the user to
measurable radiofrequency
energy (RF) because of the short
distance between the phone and
the user’s head. These RF
exposures are limited by FCC
safety guidelines that were
developed with the advice of the
FDA and other federal health and
safety agencies. When the phone
is located at greater distances
from the user, the exposure to RF
is drastically lower because a
person's RF exposure decreases
rapidly with increasing distance
from the source. The so called
“cordless phones,” which have a
base unit connected to the
telephone wiring in a house,
typically operate at far lower
power levels, and thus produce
RF exposures far below the FCC
safety limits.
4. What are the results of the
research done already?
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The research done thus far has
produced conflicting results, and
many studies have suffered from
flaws in their research methods.
Animal experiments investigating
the effects of radiofrequency
energy (RF) exposures
characteristic of wireless phones
have yielded conflicting results
that often cannot be repeated in
other laboratories. A few animal
studies, however, have suggested
that low levels of RF could
accelerate the development of
cancer in laboratory animals.
However, many of the studies that
showed increased tumor
development used animals that
had been genetically engineered
or treated with
cancer-causing chemicals so as to
be pre-disposed to develop cancer
in the absence of RF exposure.
Other studies exposed the animals
to RF for up to 22 hours per day.
These conditions are not similar to
the conditions under which people
use wireless phones, so we don’t
know with certainty what the
results of such studies mean for
human health. Three large
epidemiology studies have been
published since December 2000.
Between them, the studies
investigated any possible
association between the use of
wireless phones and primary brain
cancer, glioma, meningioma, or
acoustic neuroma, tumors of the
brain or salivary gland, leukemia, or
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other cancers. None of the studies
demonstrated the existence of any
harmful health effects from
wireless phone RF exposures.
However, none of the studies can
answer questions about long-term
exposures, since the average
period of phone use in these
studies was around three years.
5. What research is needed to
decide whether RF
exposure from wireless
phones poses a health risk?
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A combination of laboratory
studies and epidemiological
studies of people actually using
wireless phones would provide
some of the data that are needed.
Lifetime animal exposure studies
could be completed in a few years.
However, very large numbers of
animals would be needed to
provide reliable proof of a cancer
promoting effect if one exists.
Epidemiological studies can
provide data that is directly
applicable to human populations,
but 10 or more years follow-up
may be needed to provide answers
about some health effects, such as
cancer. This is because the interval
between the time of exposure to a
cancer-causing agent and the time
tumors develop — if they do —
may be many, many years. The
interpretation of epidemiological
studies is hampered by difficulties
in measuring actual RF exposure
during day-to-day use of wireless
phones. Many factors affect this
measurement, such as the angle at
which the phone is held, or which
model of phone is used.
6. What is the FDA doing to
find out more about the
possible health effects of
wireless phone RF?
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The FDA is working with the U.S.
National Toxicology Program and
with groups of investigators
around the world to ensure that
high priority animal studies are
conducted to address important
questions about the effects of
exposure to radio frequency
energy (RF). The FDA has been a
leading participant in the World
Health Organization International
Electromagnetic Fields (EMF)
Project since its inception in
1996. An influential result of this
work has been the development
of a detailed agenda of research
needs that has driven the
establishment of new research
programs around the world. The
project has also helped develop
a series of public information
documents on EMF issues. The
FDA and the Cellular
Telecommunications & Internet
Association (CTIA) have a formal
Cooperative Research and
Development Agreement
(CRADA) to do research on
wireless phone safety. The FDA
provides the scientific oversight,
obtaining input from experts in
government, industry, and
academic organizations. CTIAfunded research is conducted
through contracts with
independent investigators. The
initial research will include both
laboratory studies and studies of
wireless phone users. The
CRADA will also include a broad
assessment of additional
research needs in the context of
the latest research developments
around the world.
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7. How can I find out how
much radio frequency
energy exposure I can get
by using my wireless
phone?
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All phones sold in the United
States must comply with Federal
Communications Commission
(FCC) guidelines that limit radio
frequency energy (RF) exposures.
The FCC established these
guidelines in consultation with
the FDA and the other federal
health and safety agencies. The
FCC limit for RF exposure from
wireless telephones is set at a
Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
of 1.6 watts per kilogram (1.6
W/kg). The FCC limit is
consistent with the safety
standards developed by the
Institute of Electrical and
Electronic Engineering (IEEE) and
the National Council on
Radiation Protection and
Measurement. The exposure limit
takes into consideration the
body’s ability to remove heat
from the tissues that absorb
energy from the wireless phone
and is set well below levels known
to have effects. Manufacturers of
wireless phones must report the
RF exposure level for each model
of phone to the FCC. The FCC
website (http://www.fcc.gov/oet/
rfsafety) gives directions for
locating the FCC identification
number on your phone so you
can find your phone’s RF
exposure level in the online
listing.
8. What has the FDA done to
measure the radio
frequency energy coming
from wireless phones?
The Institute of Electrical and
Electronic Engineers (IEEE) is
developing a technical standard
energy absorbed in tissue, either
by the whole body or a small
part of the body. It is measured
in watts/kg (or milliwatts/g) of
matter. This measurement is used
to determine whether a wireless
phone complies with safety
guidelines.
9. What steps can I take to
reduce my exposure to
radio frequency energy
from my wireless phone?
If there is a risk from these
products — and at this point we
do not know that there is — it is
probably very small. But if you are
concerned about avoiding even
potential risks, you can take a few
simple steps to minimize your
exposure to radio frequency
energy (RF). Since time is a key
factor in how much exposure a
person receives, reducing the
amount of time spent using a
S a f ety
for measuring the radio
frequency energy (RF) exposure
from wireless phones and other
wireless handsets with the
participation and leadership of
FDA scientists and engineers.
The standard, “Recommended
Practice for Determining the
Spatial-Peak Specific Absorption
Rate (SAR) in the Human Body
Due to Wireless Communications
Devices: Experimental
Techniques,” sets forth the first
consistent test methodology for
measuring the rate at which RF is
deposited in the heads of
wireless phone users. The test
method uses a tissue-simulating
model of the human head.
Standardized SAR test
methodology is expected to
greatly improve the consistency
of measurements made at
different laboratories on the
same phone. SAR is the
measurement of the amount of
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wireless phone will reduce RF
exposure. If you must conduct
extended conversations by
wireless phone every day, you
could place more distance
between your body and the
source of the RF, since the
exposure level drops off
dramatically with distance. For
example, you could use a headset
and carry the wireless phone away
from your body or use a wireless
phone connected to a remote
antenna. Again, the scientific data
do not demonstrate that wireless
phones are harmful. But if you are
concerned about the RF exposure
from these products, you can use
measures like those described
above to reduce your RF exposure
from wireless phone use.
10. What about children using
wireless phones?
The scientific evidence does not
show a danger to users of wireless
phones, including children and
teenagers. If you want to take
steps to lower exposure to radio
frequency energy (RF), the
measures described above would
apply to children and teenagers
using wireless phones. Reducing
the time of wireless phone use and
increasing the distance between
the user and the RF source will
reduce RF exposure. Some groups
sponsored by other national
governments have advised that
children be discouraged from using
wireless phones at all. For example,
the government in the United
Kingdom distributed leaflets
containing such a
recommendation in December
2000. They noted that no
evidence exists that using a
wireless phone causes brain
tumors or other ill effects. Their
recommendation to limit wireless
phone use by children was strictly
precautionary; it was not based on
scientific evidence that any health
hazard exists.
11. What about wireless
phone interference with
medical equipment?
S a f ety
Radio frequency energy (RF)
from wireless phones can interact
with some electronic devices. For
this reason, the FDA helped
develop a detailed test method
to measure electromagnetic
interference (EMI) of implanted
cardiac pacemakers and
defibrillators from wireless
telephones. This test method is
now part of a standard
sponsored by the Association for
the Advancement of Medical
instrumentation (AAMI). The
final draft, a joint effort by the
FDA, medical device
manufacturers, and many other
groups, was completed in late
2000. This standard will allow
manufacturers to ensure that
cardiac pacemakers and
defibrillators are safe from
wireless phone EMI. The FDA has
tested hearing aids for
interference from handheld
wireless phones and helped
develop a voluntary standard
sponsored by the Institute of
Electrical and Electronic
Engineers (IEEE). This standard
specifies test methods and
performance requirements for
hearing aids and wireless phones
so that no interference occurs
when a person uses a
“compatible” phone and a
“compatible” hearing aid at the
same time. This standard was
approved by the IEEE in 2000.
The FDA continues to monitor
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the use of wireless phones for
possible interactions with other
medical devices. Should harmful
interference be found to occur,
the FDA will conduct testing to
assess the interference and work
to resolve the problem.
12. Where can I find
additional information?
For additional information, please
refer to the following resources:
S a f ety
FDA web page on wireless phones
(http://www.fda.gov/RadiationEmittingProducts/RadiationEmittin
gProductsandProcedures/HomeB
usinessandEntertainment/CellPho
nes/default.htm)
Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) RF Safety
Program
(http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety)
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International Commission on
Non-lonizing Radiation Protection
(http://www.icnirp.de)
World Health Organization
(WHO) International EMF Project
(http://www.who.int/emf)
National Radiological Protection
Board (UK)
(http://www.nrpb.org.uk/)
Consumer Information
on SAR
S a f ety
(Specific Absorption Rate)
This Model Phone Meets the
Government’s Requirements for
Exposure to Radio Waves. Your
wireless phone is a radio
transmitter and receiver. It is
designed and manufactured not
to exceed the emission limits for
exposure to radiofrequency (RF)
energy set by the Federal
Communications Commission
(FCC) of the U.S. Government.
These FCC exposure limits are
derived from the
recommendations of two expert
organizations, the National
Counsel on Radiation Protection
and Measurement (NCRP) and
the Institute of Electrical and
Electronics Engineers (IEEE). In
both cases, the
recommendations were
developed by scientific and
engineering experts drawn from
industry, government, and
academia after extensive reviews
of the scientific literature related
to the biological effects of RF
energy. The exposure Limit for
wireless mobile phones employs
a unit of measurement known as
the Specific Absorption Rate, or
SAR. The SAR is a measure of
the rate of absorption of RF
energy by the human body
expressed in units of watts per
kilogram (W/kg). The FCC
requires wireless phones to
comply with a safety limit of 1.6
watts per kilogram (1.6 W/kg).
The FCC exposure limit
incorporates a substantial margin
of safety to give additional
protection to the public and to
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account for any variations in
measurements.
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Tests for SAR are conducted
using standard operating
positions specified by the FCC
with the phone transmitting at its
highest certified power level in all
tested frequency bands.
Although SAR is determined at
the highest certified power level,
the actual SAR level of the phone
while operating can be well below
the maximum value. Because the
phone is designed to operate at
multiple power levels to use only
the power required to reach the
network, in general, the closer
you are to a wireless base station
antenna, the lower the power
output.
Before a phone model is available
for sale to the public, it must be
tested and certified to the FCC
that it does not exceed the limit
established by the
governmentadopted requirement
for safe exposure. The tests are
performed in positions and
locations (e.g., at the ear and
worn on the body) as required
by the FCC for each model. This
device was tested for typical
body-worn operations with the
back of the phone kept 0.79
inches (2.0 cm) between the
user’s body and the back of the
phone. To comply with FCC RF
exposure requirements, a
minimum separation distance of
0.79 inches (2.0 cm) must be
maintained between the user s
body and the back of the phone.
Third-party beltclips, holsters,
and similar accessories
containing metallic components
should not be used. Body-worn
accessories that cannot maintain
0.79 inches (2.0 cm) separation
distance between the user's
body and the back of the phone,
and have not been tested for
typical body-worn operations
may not comply with FCC RF
exposure limits and should be
avoided.
To find information that pertains
to a particular model phone, this
site uses the phone FCC ID
number which is usually printed
somewhere on the case of the
phone. Sometimes it may be
necessary to remove the battery
pack to find the number. Once
you have the FCC ID number for
a particular phone, follow the
instructions on the website and
it should provide values for
typical or maximum SAR for a
particular phone. Additional
information on Specific
S a f ety
The FCC has granted an
Equipment Authorization for this
model phone with all reported
SAR levels evaluated as in
compliance with the FCC RF
emission guidelines. The highest
SAR value for this model phone
when tested for use at the ear is
1.18 W/kg and when worn on
the body, as described in this
user’s manual, is 0.83 W/kg.
While there may be differences
between SAR levels of various
phones and at various positions,
they all meet the government
requirement for safe exposure.
SAR information on this model
phone is on file with the FCC
and can be found under the
Display Grant section of
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/ea/fccid/
after searching on FCC ID.
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Safety
Absorption Rates (SAR) can be
found on the Cellular
Telecommunications Industry
Association (CTIA) website at
http://www.ctia.org/
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*In the United States and
Canada, the SAR limit for mobile
phones used by the public is 1.6
watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over
one gram of tissue. The standard
incorporates a substantial margin
of safety to give additional
protection for the public and to
account for any variations in
measurements.
Accessories
There are a variety of accessories available for your mobile phone.
Consult your local dealer for availability. Optional items are sold
separately.
Battery Charger
The battery charger allows you to charge your
phone.
Battery
Ac c es s o r i es
Vehicle Power Charger
The vehicle power charger allows you to operate
the phone and trickle charge the phone’s
battery from your vehicle.
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Warranty Information
1. WHAT THIS WARRANTY
COVERS:
Wa r ra n ty I n f o r m at i o n
106
LG offers you a limited warranty
that the enclosed subscriber unit
and its enclosed accessories will
be free from defects in material
and workmanship, according to
the following terms and
conditions:
(1) The limited warranty for the
product extends for ONE (1)
year beginning on the date of
purchase of the product by
the original end user.
(2) The limited warranty extends
only to the original end user
of the product and is not
assignable or transferable to
any subsequent
purchaser/end user.
(3) This warranty is good only
to the original end user of
the product during the
warranty period as long as it
is in Canada.
(4) Upon request from LG, the
consumer must provide
information to reasonably
prove the date of purchase.
(5) During the applicable
warranty period, LG will
repair or replace at LG’s sole
option, without charge to
the original end user, any
defective component part of
the phone or accessory.
(6) LG may, use rebuilt,
reconditioned, or new parts
or components when
repairing any product or
replace a product with a
rebuilt, reconditioned or
new product.
(4) If the carrier’s or
manufacturer’s Customer
Service Centre was not
notified by the end user of
the alleged defect or
malfunction of the product,
during the warranty period.
(5) Products which have had
their serial numbers removed
or made illegible.
(6) Damage resulting from use
of non-LG approved
accessories.
(7) All plastic surfaces and all
other externally exposed
parts that are scratched or
damaged due to normal
customer use.
Wa r ra n ty I n f o r m at i o n
2. WHAT THIS WARRANTY
DOES NOT COVER:
(1) Defects or damages
resulting from use of the
product in other than its
normal and customary
manner.
(2) Defects or damages from
abnormal use, abnormal
conditions, improper
storage, exposure to
moisture or dampness,
unauthorized modifications,
unauthorized connections,
unauthorized repair, misuse,
neglect, abuse, accident,
alteration, improper
installation, or other acts
which are not the fault of LG,
including damage caused by
spills of food or liquids.
(3) Breakage or damage to
antennas unless caused
directly by defects in
material or workmanship.
(8) Products serviced by nonauthorized persons or
companies.
Notes:
(1) This limited warranty is in lieu of
all other warranties, express or
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implied either in fact or by
operations of law, statutory or
otherwise, including, but not
limited to any implied warranty of
merchantability or fitness for a
particular purpose.
(2) Shipping damage is the sole
responsibility of the shipping
company.
Wa r ra n ty I n f o r m at i o n
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3. EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY:
No other express warranty is
applicable to this product.
THE DURATION OF ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING THE IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF
MARKETABILITY, IS LIMITED
TO THE DURATION OF THE
EXPRESS WARRANTY
HEREIN. LG ELECTRONICS
CANADA, INC. SHALL NOT
BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS OF
THE USE OF THE PRODUCT,
INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OR
ANY OTHER DAMAGES,
DIRECT OR
CONSEQUENTIAL, ARISING
OUT OF THE USE OF, OR
INABILITY TO USE, THIS
PRODUCT OR FOR ANY
BREACH OF ANY EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED WARRANTY,
INCLUDING THE IMPLIED
WARRANTY OF
Merchantability APPLICABLE
TO THIS PRODUCT.
4. HOW TO GET WARRANTY
SERVICE:
To obtain warranty service,
please call the following
telephone number from
anywhere in Canada:
LG Electronics Canada, Inc.
Tel. 1-888-542-2623
A
Accessories 105
Airplane Mode 72
Alarm Clock 53
Albums 56
Alert type 62
All Calls 43
All Messages 40
All Songs 55
Announce Alert 58
Answer Options 70
Artists 56
Auto NAM 76
Auto Retry 71
Back to Top 63
Backlight 66
Banner 65
Battery Charge Level
19
Battery Information
and Care 84
Best Match 59
Bluetooth 73
Calculator 59
Calendar 53
Call <Name> or
<Number> 57
Call Connect 63
Call History 42
Call Settings 70
Call Timer 43
Call Waiting 23
Caller ID 24
Change Lock Code 70
Charger and Adapter
Safety 84
Charging the Battery
18
Clocks & Calendar 66
Color Schemes 68
Command Mode 58
Consumer Information
on SAR 101
Contact List 31
Contacts 30
Contacts in Your
Phone’s Memory 26
Correcting Dialing
Mistakes 21
D
Data Counter 44
Delete All 42
Dialed Calls 43
Display 64
Drafts 38
E
easyedgeSM 51
Edit Voicemail # 41
Emergency #s 69
Entering and Editing
Information 25
Ez Tip Calc 60
F
I n d ex
B
C
Index
FDA Consumer Update
90
Flip Tone 64
FM Radio 77
Font Settings 67
Front Screen 64, 67
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Index
G
Genres 57
Getting Started with
Your Phone 18
Groups 31
H
Help 58
How to Install Your
microSDTM Card 21
How to Remove Your
microSDTM Card 21
I
I n d ex
Images 48
Important Safety
Precautions 1
Inbox 36
Index 109
Installing the Battery
18
L
Language 66
110
Last Played Song 55
Launch 52
Location 76
Lock Mode 23
Lock Phone 68
Low Battery 63
M
Main Screen 64, 67
Making a Call From
Your Phone’s Memory
29
Making Calls 20
Master Reset 70
Memory 77
Menu Styles 66
Menus Overview 15
Message Alerts 62
Messages 58
Messaging 33
Minute Beep 63
Missed Calls 43, 58
Multimedia 44
Music 55
Mute Function 23
My Bluetooth Info 75
My Bluetooth Name
74
My Menu 59
My Playlists 56
My Schedule 53
My VCard 32
My Visibility 74
N
Name Match for
Dialing 68
Network 75
New Contact 30
New Picture Message
34
New Text Message 34
Noise Cancellation 71
Notepad 54
O
One-Touch Dial 71
P
PAC-MAN 79
Paired Devices 73
PC Connection 75
Phone Info. 77
Phone Numbers With
Pauses 26
Phone Overview 13
Picture Message 41
Power 74
Power On/Off Tone 63
Q
R
Received Calls 43
Receiving Calls 22
Record Video 46
Record Voice 47
Redialing Calls 22
Removing the Battery
18
S
Safety 80
Safety Information 85
Screen Icons 20
Searching Your Phone’s
Memory 27
Security 68
Sent 37
Service Alerts 63
Serving System 76
Set NAM 76
Settings 40, 61
Shuffle 49, 64
Signal Strength 20
Sound 62
Sounds 48
Speed Dialing 24
Speed Dials 32
Start Command 57
Stopwatch 60
System 75
System Select 75
T
Table of Contents 4
Take Photo 45
Technical Details 10
Templates 40
Text Input 25
Text Message 41
The Basics of Storing
Contacts Entries 26
The Battery 18
TIA
(Telecommunications
Industry Association)
Safety Information 80
Time & Date 58
Tone Room 78
Tools 57
Train Word 59
TTY Mode 72
Turning the Phone Off
19
Turning the Phone On
19
Turning the Phone On
and Off 19
I n d ex
Quick Access to
Convenient Features
23
Restrictions 69
Ringers 62
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Index
U
Unit Converter 61
Using Phone Menus
30
V
Videos 48
Voice Command 57
Voice Privacy 71
Voicemail 39, 58
Volume 62
Volume Quick
Adjustment 23
I n d ex
112
W
Wallpaper 64
Warning! Important
safety information 88
Warranty Information
106
Welcome 9
Widget 65
Widget Location 65
Widget Settings 65
World Clock 60
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