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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.

1. Never use an unapproved battery since this could


damage the phone and/or battery and could cause

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the battery to explode.
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.
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.
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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.

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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.
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. 3
Table of Contents
Important Safety Getting Started with Your
Precautions 1 Phone 19
The Battery 19
Table of Contents 4 Installing the Battery 19
Removing the Battery 19
Welcome 10
Charging the Battery 19
Technical Details 11 How to Install Your microSD™
Card 20
Important Information 11 How to Remove Your microSD™
FCC Part 15 Class B Card 20
Compliance 11 Battery Charge Level 21
Ta b l e o f C o n te n ts

Industry Canada Compliance 11 Turning the Phone On and Off 21


FCC RF Exposure Information 11 Turning the Phone On 21
Bodily Contact During Turning the Phone Off 21
Operation 12
Signal Strength 22
Vehicle-Mounted External
Screen Icons 22
Antenna 12
Making Calls 22
Phone Overview 13 Correcting Dialing Mistakes 23
Redialing Calls 23
Menus Overview 15 Receiving Calls 23

Some of content in this user guide may be different from your phone
depending on the software of the phone or your service provider. Features
and specifications might be subject to change without prior notice.
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Quick Access to Convenient 1. Send Message 32
Features 24 2. Text Message 34
Lock Mode 24 3. Mobile email 38
Mute Function 24 4. Messenger 38
Volume Quick Adjustment 24 5. Communities 38
Call Waiting 25 6. Picture Message 38
Caller ID 25 7. Web Alerts 38
Speed Number 25
8. Voicemail 38
Entering and Editing 9. Settings 39
Information 27 9.1 Notification 39

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Text Input 27 9.2 Callback Number 39
Key Functions 27 9.3 Signature 39
9.4 Quick Messages 40
Using Phone Menus 28 9.5 Auto-Delete 41

My Account 28
9.6 Message Reminder 41
9.7 Edit Voicemail # 41
Web 28 9.8 Web Alerts 41

Messenger 42
Missed Alerts 30
Camera 42
Tunes 30
1. Camera 43
Messaging 31 2. Photo Album 44

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3. Picture Message 45 1.1.6 Foregrounds 54
4. Print 46 1.1.7 Incoming Calls 55
5. Settings & Info 46 1.2 Font Size 55

My Stuff 47
1.3 Keypad Light 56
1.4 Language 56
Tools 47 1.5 Status Light 56
Ringers 47 2. Sounds 56
Screensavers 48 2.1 Volume 56
2.2 Ringer Type 57
Games 48
2.2.1 Incoming Calls 57
Memory Card 48
2.2.2 Messages 57
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Memory Status 50 2.3 Vibrate Type 58


Call History 51 2.3.1 Incoming Calls 58

Contacts 51
2.3.2 Messages 58
2.3.3 Alarm & Scheduler 58

Settings 53
2.4 Alerts 59
2.5 Keytones 59
1. Display 53 3. Airplane/Music Mode 59
1.1 Main Screen 53 4. Bluetooth 60
1.1.1 Screen Saver 53 5. Messages 60
1.1.2 Slide Show 53
6. Keyguard 60
1.1.3 Backlight 54
7. Text Entry 60
1.1.4 Time Format 54
7.1 Auto-Capital (On/ Off) 60
1.1.5 Menu Styles 54

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7.2 Auto-Space (On/ Off) 60 9.3.3 Services 64
7.3 Word Choice List (On/ Off) 60 9.4 Headset Mode 64
7.4 Word Prediction (On/ Off) 61 9.5 Location 64
7.5 Word Completion (On/ Off) 61 9.6 Navigation Keys 65
7.6 Use My Words (On/ Off) 61 9.7 Restrict and Lock 65
7.7 My Words 61 9.7.1 Limit Calls 65
7.8 Help 61 9.7.2 Lock Pictures 66
8. Phone Information 61 9.7.3 Lock Phone 66
8.1 Phone Number 61 9.8 Roaming 67
8.2 Icon Glossary 61 9.8.1 Set Mode 67
8.3 Version 62 9.9 Security 67

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8.4 Advanced 62 9.9.1 Lock My Phone 67
9. More... 62 9.9.2 Change Lock Code 67
9.1 Accessibility 62 9.9.3 Special Numbers 68
9.1.1 TTY Mode 62 9.9.4 Edit Contacts List 68
9.1.2 Font Size 63 9.9.5 Delete/Reset 68
9.2 Call Setup 63 Tools 72
9.2.1 Auto-Answer 63
1. Memory Card Manager 72
9.2.2 Abbreviated Dialing 63
9.2.3 Call Answer 64 2. Alarm Clock 72
9.2.4 Contacts Match 64 3. Bluetooth 73
9.3 Contacts Settings 64 3.1 Pair with Hands Free 74
9.3.1 Speed Numbers 64 3.2 Send a Contact 74
9.3.2 My Name Card 64 3.3 Send Files 74

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3.4 Add a New... 75 8.9 Help 83
3.5 Trusted Devices 76 8.* Exit Voice Control 83
3.6 More... 76 9. Voice Memo 83
3.6.1 Settings 76 *. Notepad 84
3.6.2 Block List 78
0. Utilities 85
4. Scheduler 78 0.1 D-Day Counter 85
5. World Clock 80 0.2. Unit Converter 85
6. USB Mode 80
6.1 Mass Storage 80
Safety 86
6.2 Print 81 TIA (Telecommunications
7. Calculator 81 Industry Association)
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Safety Information 86
7.1 Calculator 81
Exposure to Radio Frequency
7.2 Ez Tip Calculator 82
Signal 86
8. Voice Control 82 Antenna Care 86
8.1 Call [Name][Type]/ Phone Operation 87
[Number] 82
Tips on Efficient Operation 87
8.2 Send Msg to [Name]
Driving 87
[Type]/ [Number] 82
Electronic Devices 87
8.3 Find [Name][Type] 82
Pacemakers 87
8.4 Missed Alerts 83
Persons with Pacemakers: 88
8.5 Voice Guide 83
Hearing Aids 88
8.6 Phone Status 83
Other Medical Devices 88
8.7 Training 83
Health Care Facilities 88
8.8 Bookmark 83

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Vehicles 89 Accessories 111
Posted Facilities 89
Aircraft 89 Warranty Information 112
Blasting Areas 89
Potentially Explosive Index 115
Atmosphere 89
For Vehicles Equipped with
an Air Bag 90
Charger and Adapter Safety 90
Battery Information and
Care 90

Ta b l e o f C o n te n ts
Safety Information 91
Explosion, Shock, and Fire
Hazards 91
General Warnings and Cautions 93
Warning! Important safety
information 94
Avoiding hearing damage 94
Using your phone safely 95
Using headsets safely 95
FDA Consumer Update 96
Consumer Information
on SAR 107

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Welcome
Thank you for choosing the advanced and compact LG265 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:
● Large, easy-to-read, 11-line backlit LCD with status icons.
● Paging, messaging, voicemail and caller ID.
● 24-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.
We l c o m e

● Bilingual (English and French) capabilities.


● Easy-to-carry, compact and slim design.
● Bluetooth wireless technology.
● Media Player.
● Flash Wallpaper.

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Technical Details
Important Information Industry Canada Compliance
This user’s guide provides This phone complies with
important information on the use Industry Canada RSS 133. This
and operation of your phone. phone complies with the Class B
Please read all the information limits for radio noise emissions as
carefully prior to using the phone set out in the interference
for the best performance and to causing standard entitled "Digital
prevent any damage to or misuse Apparatus" (ICES-003) of
of the phone. Any unapproved Industry Canada.

FCC RF Exposure Information


changes or modifications will void
your warranty.

Te c h n i c a l D eta i l s
FCC Part 15 Class B WARNING! Read this
Compliance information before operating the
phone.
This device and its accessories In August 1996, the Federal
comply with part 15 of FCC Communications Commission
rules. Operation is subject to the (FCC) of the United States, with
following two conditions: (1) its action in Report and Order
This device and its accessories FCC 96-326, adopted an
may not cause harmful updated safety standard for
interference, and (2) this device human exposure to Radio
and its accessories must accept Frequency (RF) electromagnetic
any interference received, energy emitted by FCC regulated
including interference that transmitters. Those guidelines are
causes undesired operation.
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Technical Details
consistent with the safety be used. Avoid the use of
standard previously set by both accessories that cannot maintain
U.S. and international standards 0.9 inches (2.0 cm) distance
bodies. between the user’s body and the
The design of this phone complies back of the phone and have not
with the FCC guidelines and these been tested for compliance with
international standards. FCC RF exposure limits.

Bodily Contact During Vehicle-Mounted External


Operation Antenna

This device was tested for typical (Optional, if available.)


Te c h n i c a l D eta i l s

use with the back of the phone A minimum separation distance of


kept 0.9 inches (2.0 cm) from 8 inches (20 cm) must be
the body. To comply with FCC RF maintained between the user/
exposure requirements, a bystander and the vehicle-mounted
minimum separation distance of external antenna to satisfy FCC RF
0.9 inches (2.0 cm) must be exposure requirements. For more
maintained between the user’s information about RF exposure,
body and the back of the phone, visit the FCC website at
including the antenna, whether www.fcc.gov.
extended or retracted. Third-
party belt-clips, holsters and
similar accessories containing
metallic components should not

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Phone Overview
1. Earpiece Lets you hear the caller.
2. LCD Screen Displays messages and indicator icons. When
the phone is turned on, Power Save mode automatically
dims the screen and then darkens it if no keys are
pressed.
3. Left Soft Key Use to access Web.
4. Speakerphone Key Use to set the speakerphone mode.
5. TALK Key Use to place or answer calls. Or use to check
call history.
6. Alphanumeric Keypad Use to enter numbers and
characters and select menu items.
7. Navigation Key Use for quick access to Send to, My
Stuff, My Account , Web.
8. Right Soft Key Use to access Contacts.
9. BACK Key Deletes single spaces or characters with a

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quick press, but press and hold to delete entire words.
Will also back you out of menus, one level at a time(from
standby mode press and hold for about 3 seconds).
10. Center Soft Key Use to access the Menu, and to select
Menu options.
11. END/PWR Key Use to turn the power on/off and to
end a call. Also returns to the main menu display screen.
12. Jumptap Key Use to go to Jumptap.
13. Camera Lens Use to take photos. Keep it clean for
optimal photo quality.
14. Side Keys Use to adjust the ringer volume in standby
mode and the earpiece volume during a call.
15. Side Camera Key Use for quick access to Camera
functions.
16. Earphone Jack Allows the use of a headset to hear
caller's voice.
17. microSDTM card slot Insert microSD card for external

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memory. Use LG approved microSD card.
Phone Overview
Entering Text With the QWERTY Keyboard
Your phone features a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, specifically
designed for easy and comfortable text entry. The QWERTY keyboard
uses the same layout and works just like the keyboard on your
computer. The easiest way to enter text is using your thumbs to type
on the QWERTY keyboard. Soft Keys
● In Standby Mode
Left Soft Key Use to access Message.
Right Soft Key Use to access the
Contacts menu.
SHIFT Key
BACK Key
Function Key ENTER Key
P h o n e O ve r v i ew

To enter text with the QWERTY keyboard:


1. In a text entry screen, slide open the QWERTY keyboard.
(The display automatically adjusts to landscape mode.)
2. Use your thumbs to enter text.
● To change capitalization, press .
● To enter alternate characters on a key, press and then press
the key. To lock the function key (as when entering a series of
numbers), press twice.
● To enter symbols, press and select a symbol.
● For additional text entry options, including Symbols and 123,

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press Left Soft Key and select an option.
Menus Overview
My Account 4. Lavalife 8. Web Alerts
5. Bebo
Web 6. Mocospace Messenger
6. Picture Message
Missed Alerts 7. Web Alerts Camera
8. Voicemail 1. Camera
Tunes 1. Call Voicemail 2. Photo Album
2. Voicemail 3. Picture Message
Details
Messaging 4. Print
3. Clear Icon
1. Send Message 5. Settings & Info
9. Settings
1. Text Message 1. Auto-Save to
1. Notification

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2. Picture Message 2. Status Bar
2. Callback
2. Text Message Number 3. Location
3. Mobile email 3. Signature 4. Account Info
4. Messenger 4. Quick Messages 5. Help
5. Communities 5. Auto-Delete
1. Facebook 6. Message My Stuff
2. My Space Reminder
Tools
3. Red Light 7. Edit Voicemail
# Ringers
Lounge

Menu Access
To use phone menus, press using Navigation Key to highlight and select.
Press the number key that corresponds to the submenu.

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Menus Overview
Screensavers 3. Notepad 2. Messages
Games 3. Keypad Light 3. Alarm &
Memory Card 4. Language Scheduler
Memory Status 5. Status Light 4. Alerts
2. Sounds 1. Beep Each
Minute
Call History 1. Volume 2. Out of
1. Ringer Service
Contacts 2. Earpiece 3. Connect
3. Speakerphone 4. Signal Fade/
Settings 4. Keytones Call Drop
1. Display 5. Messages 5. Keytones
1. Tone Length
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1. Main Screen 6. Alarm &


Scheduler 2. Tone Volume
1. Screen Saver
7. Applications 3. Airplane/Music
2. Slide Show Mode
8. Alerts
3. Backlight 4. Bluetooth
9. Power
4. Time Format On/Off 1. On/Off
5. Menu Styles 2. Ringer Type 2. Visibility
6. Foregrounds 1. Incoming 3. My Device
7. Incoming Calls Name
Calls 2. Messages 4. My Device Info
2. Font Size 3. Vibrate Type 5. Exchange
1. Messages 1. Incoming Folders
2. Browser Calls 6. Voice Priority

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5. Messages 8. Phone 5. Location
1. Notification Information 6. Navigation
2. Callback 1. Phone Number Keys
Number 2. Icon Glossary 7. Restrict and
3. Signature 3. Version Lock
4. Quick 4. Advanced 1. Limit Calls
Messages 9. More... 2. Lock
5. Auto-Delete Pictures
1. Accessibility 3. Lock Phone
6. Message 1. TTY Mode 8. Roaming
Reminder 2. Font Size 1. Set Mode
7. Edit Voicemail # 2. Call Setup 9. Security
8. Web Alerts 1. Auto-Answer

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6. Keyguard 1. Lock My
2. Abbreviated Phone
7. Text Entry Dialing
2. Change Lock
1. Auto-Capital 3. Call Answer Code
2. Auto-Space 4. Contacts 3. Special
Match
3. Word Choice Numbers
List 3. Contacts
Settings 4. Edit
4. Word Contacts List
Prediction 1. Speed 5. Delete/Reset
5. Word Numbers
Completion 2. My Name
6. Use My Words Card Tools
7. My Words 3. Services 1. Memory Card
Manager
8. Help 4. Headset Mode
2. Alarm Clock

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Menus Overview
1. Alarm 1 2. Block List *. Exit Voice
2. Alarm 2 Control
4. Scheduler
3. Alarm 3 9. Voice Memo
5. World Clock
4. Alarm 4 *. Notepad
6. USB Mode
5. Alarm 5 0. Utilities
1. Mass Storage
6. Walk the Dog 1. D-Day Counter
2. Print
7. Quick Alarm 2. Unit Converter
7. Calculator
3. Bluetooth 1. Calculator
1. Pair with Hands 2. Ez Tip
Free Calculator
2. Send a Contact 8. Voice Control
3. Send Files 1. Call
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4. Add a New... [Name][Type]/


5. Trusted Devices [Number]
6. More... 2. Send Msg to
[Name][Type]/
1. Settings [Number]
1. On/Off 3. Find
2. Visibility [Name][Type]
3. My Device 4. Missed Alerts
Name 5. Voice Guide
4. My Device 6. Phone Status
Info
7. Training
5. Exchange
Folders 8. Bookmark
6. Voice 9. Help
Priority
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Getting Started with Your Phone
The Battery Removing the Battery

Note 1. Turn off the phone, then push


It is important to fully charge the
the battery cover from down
battery before initial use of the phone. to up such as shown below.

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 2. While holding the battery
standby time. The battery charge cover, lift and remove the
level is shown at the top of the battery cover.
LCD screen. 3. Lift the top of the battery out
Installing the Battery
using the fingertip cutouts,
then remove it.

Charging the Battery


Remove the battery cover by
sliding it upward. Align the battery
Warning! Use only the charger
with the terminals near the
bottom of the phone. Align the provided with the phone. Using
any charger other than the one
included with the LG265 may
battery cover then slide it
damage your phone or battery.
downward until it clicks into place.

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Getting Started with Your Phone

Notice
Please make sure
that the LG logo
faces down before
inserting a charger or data cable
into the charger port of your
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phone. 2. Insert the microSD™ card


facing up and push in until it
1. Plug the end of the adapter clicks into the slot. If you
into the phone’s charger port
and the other end into an insert the card in the wrong
electrical outlet. direction, it may damage your
phone or your card.
2. The charge time varies
depending upon the battery
level.

How to Install Your


microSD™ Card

How to Remove Your


1. Locate the microSD™ slot on

microSD™ Card
the right side of the phone
and gently uncover the slot
opening (microSD™ slot cover 1. Gently press and release the
stays attached to the phone exposed edge of the
so you don't lose it). microSD™ card to eject it.

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Turning the Phone On and
Off
2. Remove the microSD™ card
from the slot and replace the

Turning the Phone On


cover.

Note
Do not attempt to remove the
1. Install a charged battery or
connect the phone to an

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microSD™ card while reading or
writing to the card. external power source.

Battery Charge Level


2. Press for a few seconds
until the LCD screen lights up.
The battery charge level is shown
at the top right of the LCD Note
screen. When the battery charge Like any other radio device, avoid
level becomes low, the low any unnecessary contact with the
battery sensor alerts you in three antenna while your phone is on.

Turning the Phone Off


ways: sounding an audible tone,
blinking the battery icon, and
displaying a warning. If the
1. Press and hold until the
battery charge level becomes
display turns off.
exceedingly low, the phone
automatically switches off and
any function in progress is not
saved.

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Getting Started with Your Phone
Signal Strength Settings -> Phone Information->
Icon Glossary.

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 1. Make sure the phone is
next to the signal strength icon turned on. If not, press
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: The more bars, the better for about 3 seconds.


the signal strength. If the signal 2. Enter the phone number
quality is poor, move to an open (include the area code if
area. If you are in a building, the needed).
reception may be better near a
window. 3. Press .
Note If the phone is locked, enter
The call quality is also affected by the lock code.
Note
environmental factors such as
weather conditions.
If the phone is restricted, you can

Screen Icons
only dial phone numbers saved in
the Emergency Numbers or your
When the phone is powered on, Contacts. To turn off this function:
the top line of the LCD screen -> Settings ->
displays icons indicating the More... -> Restrict and Lock
status of the phone. -> Enter Lock Code -> Limit
Calls -> Outgoing Calls ->
To see the icons, go to
Unlock ->

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4. Press to end the call. Receiving Calls
Correcting Dialing Mistakes 1. When the phone rings or
vibrates press to answer a
If you make a mistake while dialing call. Just open the slide and
a number, press once to answer the call when the slide
erase the last digit entered or hold is closed.

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down for at least 2 seconds
to delete all digits. Note

Redialing Calls
If you press or the side
keys while the phone is ringing, the
ringing or vibration is muted for
1. Press twice to redial the that call.
last number you called, received
or missed. The last 50 numbers
2. Press to end the call.
are stored in the call history list
and you can also select one of
these to redial.

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Quick Access to Convenient Features
Lock Mode Keyguard Mode Quick
Cancellation
Keyguard Mode Quick
Activation 1. Once locked, to deactivate
1. Press Menu when the Keyguard, press and then
Q u i c k Ac c es s to C o nve n i e n t Fe at u res

slide is closed. to unlock. Press and hold


2. Press Settings. the key to lock.
3. Press Keyguard. Mute Function
4. Auto Keyguard settings applies The Mute Function is used during
to LCD backlight off only in a phone call. To quickly activate
standby state. Press to
MUTE, then to cancel press Left
Mute press Left Soft Key
continue.
5. Highlight a timer setting, then Soft Key UNMUTE.

Volume Quick Adjustment


press to select it.
On/ Off
Quickly adjust ringer and
Note earpiece volumes by pressing the
Until you change it, the default upper side key to increase and
lock code/password is the last 4 lower key to decrease.
digits of your phone number.

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Note Caller ID
The earpiece volume can only be Caller ID displays the number of
adjusted during a call and Keypad the person calling when your
volume can only be adjusted
phone rings. If the caller’s
through the -> Settings ->

Q u i c k Ac c es s to C o nve n i e n t Fe at u res
identity is stored in Contacts,
Sounds -> Volume -> Earpiece.
the name appears on the screen.
Call Waiting Check with your service provider
to ensure they offer this feature.

Speed Number
During a call, one beep indicates
another incoming call. Check
with your service provider for
Speed Number is a convenient
information about this function.
feature that allows you to make
1. Press to receive a waiting phone calls quickly and easily
call. with a few keystrokes. Your
2. Press again to switch phone recalls the number from
between calls. your Contacts, displays it briefly
and then dials it. Speed Number
1 is for Voicemail.

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Quick Access to Convenient Features
Dialing Single Digit Speed
Numbers (from 1 to 9)
Press and hold the Speed
Number.
Q u i c k Ac c es s to C o nve n i e n t Fe at u res

OR
Enter the Speed Number and
press .
Dialing Double Digit Speed
Numbers (from 10 to 99)
Press the first digit and then
press and hold the key of the
last digit.
OR
Enter the first and second digits
and press .

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Entering and Editing Information
Text Input Shift: Press to change
case.
Abc mode: Abc -> ABC ->
You can input and edit your

abc
Greeting, Scheduler, Contacts,

Predictive Text mode:


Notepad, and Messages plus

Predictive -> PREDICTIVE


much more.

-> predictive

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
When Entering Text Without the
QWERTY
Next: In Predictive Text
Key Functions mode, press to display
Right Soft Key:
other matching words.
Press to scroll through the Space: Insert a space.
Clear: Press to delete a
following text input
modes:
Predictive Text / Abc /
single space or
123 / Symbols/ Emoticon
character. Hold to delete
/ Settings
the whole message.
Punctuation: In Predictive
Note Text mode, Abc mode,
When the slide is open. It would press to insert punctuation
show: Predictive Text / Symbols/
Settings in a word and complete a
sentence.

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Using Phone Menus
My Account Web
The My Account menu allows The Web feature allows you to
you to manage your VirginMobile view Internet content especially
services. Check your balance and designed for the mobile phone
top up here. interface. For specific information
Access and Options
on Web access through your
phone, contact your service
1. Press . provider.

2. Press My Account. Access and Options


Allows you to initiate a Wireless
M y Ac c o u n t / We b

Web session.
1. Press .
2. Press Web.

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Overview of their site to present to
The Web allows the user to use a wireless phone users and have
variety of Internet services. Using removed most graphics.
the Web on the phone allows Ending the Web Session
you to:
You can end a Web session by
● Send and receive Internet pressing .
e-mail.
● Browse and search the World
Navigating through the Browser
Wide Web via web pages While using the Web, you will
especially designed for find the following:
wireless phone customers. ● Numbered options (some
● Set bookmarks to directly options may not be
access your favorite sites. numbered);
● Retrieve information, such as ● Links (embedded in content);

We b
stock quotes and flight ● Text or numeric input;
schedules from the Internet.

Quality of Browser
Simple text.
You can act on the options or
Browsing the web via the phone the links by using the Soft Keys.
is not like using your home
computer. Site providers have
selected only the critical aspects

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Missed Alerts/ Tunes
Missed Alerts Tunes
Displays the list of your missed The LG265 comes equipped with
alerts. This feature allows you to a Music Player with many
check out functions you have not features. This Menu also allows
promptly checked. For example, you to transfer songs stored in
your memory card. For the
the features are Missed Calls, availability of this feature, there
Alarm, Text Messages. should be stored music in your
Access and Options
memory card.

Note
M i s s e d A l e r ts / Tu n es

1. Press .
Missed Alerts.
Avoid Hearing Damage
2. Press Warning: Permanent hearing loss may
occur if speakerphone, earphones or
headphones are used at high volume
over a long period of time.
You can adapt over time to a higher
volume of sound, which may sound
normal but can be damaging to your
hearing.
We, therefore, recommend that you
DO NOT turn on the handset in
close proximity of your ears or if the
earphones are plugged in.
Please set your music and call
volume to a safe level.

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Messaging
Access and Options Messaging
1. Press , . Access and Options
2. Use to select the music 1. Press .
Messaging.
file and press the Left Soft
PLAY to play or the
2. Press
Key
Right Soft Key 3. Select a sub-menu.
OPTIONS: 1. Send Message
2. Text Message
Repeat & Shuffle/ File Info/
3. Mobile email
Memory Info/ Delete/ Lock
4. Messenger
5. Communities
6. Picture Message
or (When playing music)
Full Player/ Repeat &
7. Web Alerts
Shuffle/ File Info/ Memory

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8. Voicemail
Info/ Lock
9. Settings
or (When playing music with Text messages and the voicemail
the cursor highlighted on box become available as soon as
other music list) the phone is powered on.
Full Player/ Repeat & ●
Shuffle/ File Info/ Memory
Check types of messages by

Info/ Delete/ Lock


pressing the message key .

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Messaging
● Make a call to the callback 1. Send Message
number by pressing
Allows you to send text messages,
during an Inbox message
picture messages, and e-mail
check.
transmissions. Each message has
● Read and edit messages saved a destination (up to 25 recipients
in the outbox after per message) and information
transmission and resend them. (Message). These are dependent
upon the type of message you
The phone can store up to 260
want to send.
messages. The LG265 supports
up to 140 characters per Sending a Text Message
message including header
information. The information 1. Press , , , .
stored in the message is 2. Press to go to contacts
M es s a g i n g

determined by phone mode and and select an entry you want


service capability. Other limits to to send a message in Contacts
available characters per message and press .
may exist. Please check with your
service provider for system Or select "Go to Contact",
features and capabilities. then press .

NEW ADDR. and enter phone


Or press Right Soft Key

number or email address. Then

CONTINUE Contacts.
press Left Soft Key

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SEND. Priority: Mark as Urgent/
3. Type your message and press 5. Set a priority of your message.

Mark Not Urgent


Left Soft Key
Using Text Input Modes
Right Soft Key (
None/ My Phone Number/
6. Set your callback number.
)
OPTIONS, then press Text
Other
Mode To choose Predictive Text/
Abc/ 123/ Symbols/ Emoticon/ Sending a Picture Message
Settings . Register your Picture Message
SHIFT Key To change cases.
account.
SPACE Key To insert a space. 1. Press , , , .

BACK Key To backspace and hold it 2. Register your Picture Message


to delete words.

M es s a g i n g
Message account.
To insert punctuation in a
Punctuation word or to complete a
Key sentence in Predictive
Text Mode.

* Only displayed if there are any


sent messages.

SEND. A confirmation
4. Press Left Soft Key

message is displayed.

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Messaging
Message Icon Reference ● Sounding a beep, vibrating or
Indicates a text message is failed in sound, if set.
transmission.
● Displaying the message icon
Indicates the text message is locked.
.
Indicates the text message is pending. Received text messages,
Indicates a text message is read.
messages, and e-mail lists may
be searched and the contents
Indicates a text message is sent. viewed. Received messages are
Indicates the text message is not read. displayed from the newest to the
oldest.

Out of Memory Warning


Indicates the text message is cancelled.

Indicates the read text message is


urgent. If the memory is full, no more
M es s a g i n g

messages can be received until


2. Text Message enough memory space becomes
available. A disclaimer is
1. Press , , . displayed and new messages are

Inbox
not accepted.

The phone aerts you in 3 ways


when you receive a new message by:
● Displaying a message
notification on the screen.

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Viewing Your Inbox Options from here:
Up to 1000 received messages Call(Go to List)/ Reply
can be stored in the Inbox. With/ Forward/
Lock(Unlock)/ Save
Number.../ Delete/ Save To
1. Press , , .
2. Use to highlight an Inbox scheduler/ Compose New

Outbox
message.
● SEND
MSG.
Left Soft Key
When there are failed or
canceled messages, you can use

OPTIONS.
Right Soft Key this menu. Up to 1000 sent
messages can be stored in the
Forward/ Reply With/ Outbox. View lists and contents
Lock(Unlock)/ Delete/

M es s a g i n g
of sent messages and verify
Delete All/ Save To whether the transmission was
scheduler/ Settings successful or not.
1. Press , , .
3. Use to highlight an Inbox
message, then press . 2. Use to highlight an
Outbox message.
4. While viewing the selected
● RESEND.
REPLY or Right Soft Key
message, press Left Soft Key Left Soft Key

OPTIONS. ●

OPTIONS.
Right Soft Key

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Messaging
Forward Forwards the selected Sent Message
message from the Sent.
Lock/Unlock Locks a message
Up to 1000 sent messages can
be stored in the Sent. View lists
so that it is not erased if the and contents of sent messages
Erase Outbox or Erase All feature and verify whether the
is used. transmission was successful or
Delete Deletes the selected
not.
message from the Sent. 1. Press , , .
Delete All Deletes all messages. 2. Use to highlight an
Save To scheduler Saves new
Outbox message.
event to the sent message ● SEND
MSG.
Left Soft Key
number.
M es s a g i n g

Settings Set the message ●

OPTIONS.
Right Soft Key
settings.
Forward/ Delete/ Delete All/
Save To scheduler/ Settings
3. Press .

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Options from here: Send Message
Forward/ Lock(Unlock)/
Delete/ Delete All/ Save To
Allows you to create and send

scheduler/ Settings
your messages.
1. Press , , .
Draft
SEND MSG to send new
2. Press the Left Soft Key
Displays draft messages.
message.
1. Press , , .
3. Select To Field, Press "OK" to
2. Use to highlight a
NEW ADDR to add
"Go to Contact" or Right Soft
message.
Key
● Left Soft Key SEND. new contact.

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SEND or
4. Type your message and press
OPTIONS.
Right Soft Key

OPTIONS.
Left Soft Key
Text Mode/ Add Quick
Right Soft Key
Message/ Add/ Change Text Mode/ Add Quick
Recipients/ Mark as Urgent/ Message/ Add/Change
Set Callback # / Save as Recipients/ Mark as Urgent/
Draft Set Callback#/ Save as Draft

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Messaging
3. Mobile email 6. Picture Message
You can get your corporate Allows you to store the received
email, synchronize your contacts, picture messages in a separate
and have access to your folder.
company’s directory.
1. Press , , .

7. Web Alerts
1. Press , , .

4. Messenger Allows you to store the received


Allows you to log on to specific web messages in a separate
web messaging services and chat folder.
online. Privacy policy and
1. Press , , .
charges may vary.

8. Voicemail
M es s a g i n g

1. Press , , .

5. Communities
Allows you to view new voice
messages recorded in the
With Bell Mobile Browser, you voicemail box. Your phone will
can enjoy community service. alert you when you receive a new
voice message.
1. Press , , .
2. Select Facebook, My Space, Shortcut
Red Light Lounge, Lavalife, is a quick access to Voicemail.
Bebo or Mocospace and
press .
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Checking Your Voicemail Box 1. Press , , , .
1. Press , , .
2. Use to select a setting,
2. Options from here: then press .
● Press to listen to the Message & Icon/ Icon Only

9.2 Callback Number


message(s) and the possible
choices are as follow while
checking your voicemails. You can set a callback number in
Save/ Main Menu/ 3-Way
your messages so that the
Call/ Contacts/ Voice
recipient of the message can
Memo/ Phone Info
contact you.

9. Settings
1. Press , , , .
2. Select None, My Phone
Number, or Other and press

M es s a g i n g
Allows you to configure 8
settings for messages. .

9.1 Notification (If you select Other, enter a


number and press .)

9.3 Signature
When you receive a text
message, your phone notifies
you by displaying an icon on
your display screen. You can also Each message you send can have
choose to be notified with a a customized signature to reflect
larger pop-up message on your your personality.
display screen. 1. Press , , , .
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Messaging
2. Select None or Custom and Note
press . The 11 quick messages are
(If you do not wish to attach a preloaded. You cannot edit nor
delete them. You can add your own

messages, select None.)


signature to your outgoing
quick messages up to 40, which are
able to be edited and deleted.

To add a new preset message:


3. Enter your signature and press
.

9.4 Quick Messages


1. Press , , , .

Add.
2. To add a new preset message,
Your phone is loaded with 11
Select Left Soft Key
quick messages to help make
sending text messages faster and 3. Enter your message and press
easier. Also you can add your . Your new message will
M es s a g i n g

own quick messages up to 40. be added to the beginning of


1. Press , , , . the list.

The list of quick messages are


displayed.

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9.5 Auto-Delete 9.7 Edit Voicemail #
You can delete text messages You can edit your voicemail #
that you have already read and there are following options
whenever you like, or you can as well.
have your phone delete them
1. Press , , , .
automatically for you.

OPTIONS:
2. Use to select a setting,
1. Press , , , .
2. Select ON or OFF and press
then press
Hard Pause / Soft Pause
.
9.8 Web Alerts
9.6 Message Reminder
Automatically connects you to
When new messages arrive, you Web Alerts when available.

M es s a g i n g
can choose to have your phone
notify you by playing an audible 1. Press , , , .
2. Select YES or NO and press
alert.
1. Press , , , . .
2. Select ON or OFF and press
.

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Messenger/ Camera
Messenger Camera
Allows you to log on to specific Your phone’s built-in camera
web messaging services and chat gives you the ability to take full-
online. Privacy policy and color digital pictures, view your
charges may vary. pictures using the phone’s

Access and Options


display, and instantly send them
to family and friends.

Access and Options


1. Press .
2. Press Messenger. 1. Press .
M es s e n g e r / C a m e ra

2. Press Camera.
3. Select a sub-menu.
1. Camera
2. Photo Album
3. Picture Message
4. Print
5. Settings & Info

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1. Camera (The picture will automatically
be saved to the In Phone
Taking pictures with your phone’s
Folder if you do not have a
built-in camera is as simple as
microSD card inserted. If you
choosing a subject, pointing the
have a microSD card in the
lens, and pressing a button. You
phone then the pictures will
can activate the phone’s camera
be automatically saved to
mode whether the phone is open
your memory card instead.
or closed.
● To return to camera mode to
1. Press , , .
take another picture, press .
Shortcut

OPTIONS for more options:


Press the side camera key to access
4. Press Right Soft Key
the camera. To return to camera
mode, select Options and then Send to send the picture to
press to take New Picture.
up to 25 contacts at one

C a m e ra
time.
Upload to upload the picture
2. Using the phone’s main LCD
as a viewfinder, aim the camera
lens at your subject. you just took to the Picture
Mail Web site.

CAPTURE,
3. Press Left Soft Key
, or the side
camera key until the shutter
sounds.

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Camera
Assign to assign the picture to 2. Photo Album
a phone task. Select an
Your phone’s picture storage area
option:
is called Photo Album. There are
Delete to delete the picture three types of folders that can be
you just took. used separately according to your
Print to print images using a
needs: In Phone/ Memory Card/
Online Albums.
PictBridge™ compatible
printer. 1. Press , , .
Review/Send Media to review In Phone
the picture and to send it to
media. Allows you to see received

Take New Picture to return to


messages. You can save media
files such as picture to In Phone
Camera mode to take another or microSD card.
C a m e ra

To review your stored pictures


picture.
in the In Phone folder:
-> Camera ->
Photo Album -> In Phone.
1. Select

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2. Use your navigation key to Online Albums
view and scroll through the To save your pictures to online
pictures. albums:
3. Use the following options: 1. Select Yes when prompted to
Send / Upload / Assign / save to an online album. (The
Delete / Print / Edit / Picture Mail Web site will
Effects / Album List / start.)
Camera Mode / Detail 2. Select Upload and then select
* Files dependent Uploads or an album title to
save your picture(s) to your
Memory Card online albums.

3. Picture Message
When viewing the pictures in

OPTIONS to
your memory card, press Right

C a m e ra
Soft Key Allows you to store your picture
display picture options. (The messages.
Memory Card options are
identical to the In Phone Folder 1. Press , , .

Note
options)
While copying or moving the Picture
messages, do not eject your
microSD card. This may damage
your phone.

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Camera
4. Print 1. Press , , .
Pictures in your phone and
2. Select one of the following
memory card can be printed via
options and press .
the connection between your
phone and a PictBridge™ Auto-Save to/ Status Bar/
enabled printer. While the Location/ Account Info/
transfer is in progress, you Help
Auto-Save to to select where
cannot receive or initiate calls.
Refer to your printer manual for
further instructions on the to save pictures. The available
PictBridge feature. options are Memory Card and
In Phone.
Status Bar On/ Off
1. Press , , .

5. Settings & Info Location On/ Off


C a m e ra

The Settings menu allows you to Account Info to display your


configure where pictures or current account settings via
videos are saved, view your an online connection.
Help
account information, or switch
the format between portrait or
landscape mode.

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My Stuff
My Stuff Tools
You have access to a dynamic To download an available tool to
variety of Premium Service your phone:
content such as downloadable 1. Press , .
2. Scroll to Tools and press
Games, Ringers, Screen Savers,
and other applications. .
Note 3. Highlight Get New and press
Additional fees may apply. (The browser will launch
and take you to the tool
Access and Options download menu).

Ringers
1. Press .
2. Press My Stuff.
To download an available ringer

My Stuff
3. Select a sub-menu. to your phone:
Tools 1. Press , .
Ringers
2. Scroll to Ringers and press
Screensavers
Games
.
Memory Card 3. Highlight Get New and press
Memory Status (The browser will launch
and take you to the Ringers
download menu).

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My Stuff
Screensavers Memory Card
To download an available Screen Up to 16GB is supported.
Saver to your phone: Purchasing a microSD card allows
you to easily store images, video,
1. Press , . music, and voice data in your
2. Scroll to Screensavers and phone.

Inserting the microSD Card


press .
3. Highlight Get New and press 1. Open the microSD access
(The browser will launch panel located on the left side
and take you to the Screen of the phone.
Savers download menu).
2. Position the microSD card,

Games
label side up, next to the
opening and gently slide it in
My Stuff

To download an available Games until you feel a click. The card


is now inserted and locked.
to your phone:
1. Press , . Note
2. Scroll to Games and press
Be sure to use only recommended
microSD cards (8MB–16GB). Using
. non-recommended microSD cards

3. Highlight Get New and press


could cause data loss and damage
your phone.
(The browser will launch
and take you to the Games
download menu).

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Removing the microSD Card Creating Folders in the
1. Open the microSD access
microSD Card
panel located on the left side 1. Press , .
2. Scroll to Memory Card and
of the phone.
2. Push in and then release the press .
microSD card to eject.
OPTIONS and select Create
3. Press Right Soft Key
3. Pull the microSD memory card
out of the phone. New Folder (The phone will
create the microSD’s default
Notes folders: DCIM, MUSIC and
● The microSD card and its adapter BLUETOOTH).

Viewing Memory in the


can be easily damaged by
improper operation. Please be
microSD Card

My Stuff
careful when inserting, removing,
or handling them.
● Do not remove a microSD card 1. Press , .
2. Scroll to Memory Card and
while files are being accessed or
transferred. It will result in loss or
damage of data. press .

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My Stuff
2. Scroll to Memory Card and
OPTIONS and select
3. Press Right Soft Key
press .
Memory Info (The used and 3. Select your desired folder
available memory space will be (DCIM, MUSIC and
displayed). BLUETOOTH) and press .
Formatting the microSD Card 4. To view or play a preview of a
file, highlight it with your
1. Press , . navigation key, and then press
2. Scroll to Memory Card and or the appropriate soft
press . key.

Note
OPTIONS and select Format
3. Press Right Soft Key

Memory Card.
Use navigation key for page up or
down. Right Side key besides the
My Stuff

Memory Status
Main LCD does not function.
4. If you are sure you wish to
remove all the files from your

FORMAT.
microSD card, select Left Soft Displays the used and available
Key memory space.

Displaying Your microSD 1. Press , .


Folders 2. Scroll to Memory Status and
1. Press , . press .

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Call History/ Contacts
Call History Contacts
Access and Options The Contacts Menu allows you
to store names, phone numbers
The Calls Menu is a list of the and other information in your
last phone numbers or Contact phone’s memory. When you
entries for calls you placed, access your Contacts, the
accepted, or missed. It is number in parentheses
continually updated as new represents the number of entries
numbers are added to the you have stored (up to 600).

C a l l H i s to r y / C o n ta c ts
beginning of the list and the
oldest entries are removed from Access and Options
the bottom of the list.
1. Press .
Contacts.
1. Press .

Call History or
2. Press
2. Press
Press .
3. Highlight an entry and press
.

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Contacts
Contacts Listing
DONE.
7. Press Left Soft Key
Your phone can store up to 600
Contacts entries. Contacts
To Find Contacts Entries by
Name:
entries can store up to a total of
five phone numbers, and each
entry’s name can contain 64 1. Press , .
characters.
2. Scroll through all the entries
1. Press , . using your navigation key.
2. Scroll to <Add New> and press . Or enter the full letter of a
name.

New
3. Enter a name for the new
3. To display an entry, highlight
Contact.
entry and press
it and press .
4. Scroll to [Add Number],
C o n ta c ts

4. To dial the entry’s default


enter the phone number, and phone number, press .
then press .
5. Select a label field (Mobile,
Or to display additional

Home, Work, Pager, Fax, or


Contacts entries, press .

Other) and press .


6. Scroll down to additional
fields and enter or edit
information as desired.

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Settings
Settings 3. Use the navigation key to
select an image and press
1. Display to view the image.
(Once an image is displayed,
Provides you with options to you can use your navigation
customize the phone’s display key to scroll through and view
screen. the other default images.)
1.1 Main Screen 4. Press to assign the

1.1.1 Screen Saver


desired image.

1.1.2 Slide Show


Allows you to choose the kind of
screen savers to be displayed on You can create a slide show
your phone while not in use. screen saver of up to nine images
that will change continuously on

S ett i n g s
1. Press , , , ,
your standby screen.
.
2. Select Preloaded/ Photo
1. Press , , , ,
Album/ Assigned Media/ My
.
Downloads/ New Picture.

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Settings
1.1.3 Backlight 1.1.5 Menu Styles
The backlight setting lets you Choose how your phone’s menu
select how long the display is displayed on the screen.
screen is backlit after any
1. Press , , , ,
keypress is made.
.
2. Select GRID or LIST.
1. Press , , , ,
.
2. Choose a setting, then press 1.1.6 Foregrounds

Dim Only/ 8 seconds/ 1.1.6.1 Clock & Calendar


.

15 seconds/ Always On Choose whether you want your

1.1.4 Time Format


phone’s clock to be displayed in
analog mode, digital mode, or
S ett i n g s

1. Press , , , , with time and date.


. 1. Press , , , ,
2. Select AM/PM(12hr)/ 24hr.
, .
2. Select Normal Clock, Analog
Clock 1, Analog Clock 2,
Digital Clock 1, Digital Clock
2, Dual Clock 1, Dual
Clock2, Calendar 1, or
Calendar 2, and then press
.
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1.1.6.2 Greeting 3. For each selection, choose a
setting.
A text greeting is displayed on
your phone's screen in standby None / New Picture / Photo
mode. Album / Screen Savers /
1. Press , , , , Assigned Media
, . 4. Among the choices, select
2. Select Custom, and then press your favorite and press .
.
1.2 Font Size
3. Use the numeric keypad or Allows you to set the size of the
the QWERTY keyboard to font for Message, Browser and
enter a new custom greeting. Notepad.
4. Press Left Soft key to 1. Press , , , .

S ett i n g s
save your new greeting.
2. Select the menu to set the
1.1.7 Incoming Calls
Message/ Browser/ Notepad
font size.
Allows you to set a specific
screen for incoming calls. 3. Select a font size.

- Small/ Medium/ Large


1. Press , , , , Message/ Notepad
.
2. Select Contact Entries /
- Very Small/ Small/
Browser
Unknown #s.
Medium/ Large/ Very Large
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Settings
1.3 Keypad Light 1.5 Status Light
The keypad light setting lets you Shows the status on your phone
select how long the keypad is by blinking the light.
backlight after any keypress is
1. Press , , , .
made.
2. Use to set to On or Off,
1. Press , , , .
then press .

2. Sounds
2. Choose a setting, then press

On/ Off
.

1.4 Language
Provides options to customize
the phone’s sounds.
Allows you to set the bilingual 2.1 Volume
feature according to your
Allows you to set various volume
S ett i n g s

preference. Choose between


English and French. settings.

1. Press , , , . 1. Press , , , .

to select English or 2. Select Ringer/ Earpiece/


French, then press Speakerphone/ Keytones/
2. Use
Messages/ Alarm &
.
Scheduler/ Applications/
Alerts/ Power On/Off

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3. Use to adjust the volume 4. Press to assign the
of the ringer, then press . desired ringer.

2.2 Ringer Type 2.2.2 Messages


2.2.1 Incoming Calls Allows you to assign ringers for
messages.
Allows you to assign ringers for
1. Press , , , ,
incoming calls. .
1. Press , , , , 2. Select Voicemail, Text
. Message, Picture Message.
2. Select Contact Entries or (The list of preprogrammed
Unknown #s. (The list of ringers is displayed.)
preprogrammed ringers is 3. Use your navigation key to

S ett i n g s
displayed.) scroll through the available
All Contacts/ One Contact ringers. A sample ringer will
sound as you highlight each
3. Use your navigation key to option.
scroll through the available
ringers. A sample ringer will 4. Press to assign the
sound as you highlight each desired ringer.
option.

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Settings
2.3 Vibrate Type 2.3.2 Messages

2.3.1 Incoming Calls 1. Press , , , ,


.
Allows you to assign ringers for
incoming calls. 2. Select Voicemail, Text Message,
Picture Message. (The list of
1. Press , , , , Picture ringers is displayed.)
.
2. Select Contact Entries /
3. Use your navigation key to

Unknown #s. (The list of


scroll through the available
ringers. A sample ringer will
preprogrammed ringers is sound as you highlight each
displayed.) option.
3. Use your navigation key to 4. Press to assign the
scroll through the available desired vibrate.
S ett i n g s

ringers. A sample ringer will


sound as you highlight each 2.3.3 Alarm & Scheduler
option.
1. Press , , , ,
4. Press to assign the .
desired ringer.
2. Select Vibrate Type1/ Vibrate
Type2/ Vibrate Type3/ Vibrate
Type4

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2.4 Alerts 3. Airplane/Music Mode
Allows you to select the alert Airplane/Music Mode allows you
type just in cases of new to use many of your phone’s
Voicemail, Message, Service features, such as Games,
Change, Picture Message, Minute Notepad, Voice Memos, etc.,
Beep, Call Connect, Signal Fade. when you are in an airplane or in
any other area where making or
1. Press , , , .
2. Select Beep Each Minute/
receiving calls or data is

Out of Service/ Connect/


prohibited. When your phone is

Signal Fade/Call Drop.


in Airplane/Music Mode, it
cannot send or receive any calls
3. Select On or Off and press
or access online information.
. 1. Press , , .

2.5 Keytones

S ett i n g s
2. Press .
3. Select On, Off or On Power
Up and press
Allows you to select the Key
Tone type. .
1. Press , , , .
2. Select Tone Length or Tone
Volume and press .

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Settings
4. Bluetooth 7. Text Entry
Refer to Bluetooth on page 73 Allows you to configure 8
for more details. settings for editing messages.
1. Press , , . 1. Press , , .

5. Messages
2. Use to highlight one of
the settings and press to
Refer to Messages on page 31 select it.

7.1 Auto-Capital (On/ Off)


for more details.
1. Press , , . Allows you to automatically

6. Keyguard
capitalize letters when necessary.

7.2 Auto-Space (On/ Off)


1. Press , , .
S ett i n g s

Allows you to automatically


(An information window is insert space between letters,
displayed.) words or sentences.

7.3 Word Choice List (On/


Off)
2. Read the information and
press .
3. Select On or Off and press Allows you to view the list of
. recommended word choices in
writing a message.

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7.4 Word Prediction (On/ 7.8 Help
Off) Shows you the usefulness of
Allows you to set your phone to modifying Word Options for
predicting words when you enter your convenience.

8. Phone Information
a word in writing a message.

7.5 Word Completion (On/


Off) The Phone Information Menu
provides you with specific
Allows you to set your phone to
information pertaining to your
enable word completion in
phone model.

8.1 Phone Number


advance in writing a message.

7.6 Use My Words (On/ Off)


Allows you to view your phone
Allows you to use your preset
number.

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words in entering a message text.

7.7 My Words
1. Press , , , .

Allows you to add your new 8.2 Icon Glossary


words in the word database. Allows you to view the icons and
their meanings.
1. Press , , , .

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Settings
8.3 Version
Note
Allows you to view the versions TTY service is network dependent
of S/W, H/W, PRL , Browser and and the user should contact their
MCL. service provider to determine if the
service is available.
1. Press , , , .

8.4 Advanced 1. Press , , , ,


.
1. Press , , , .
2. Press .
9. More... 3. Select Enable TTY or Disable
TTY and press
9.1 Accessibility
.

9.1.1 TTY Mode


S ett i n g s

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.

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9.1.2 Font Size 1. Press , , , ,
This setting allows you to adjust .
the display appearance when 2. Use to select a setting,
entering text (for example, when then press .
Off
using the notepad or when

adding a Contacts entry).
1. Press , , , , ● Headset When your phone is
. connected to a Car-Kit or a
2. Select Message, Browser, or
Headset, the phone
Notepad.
automatically responds a call.

3. Select a size and press . 9.2.2 Abbreviated Dialing

9.2 Call Setup


Your dialing match options allow
you to enable or disable

S ett i n g s
9.2.1 Auto-Answer
Abbreviated Dialing.
1. Press , , , ,
This feature is only intended for
.
use with hands free devices or
headsets, but is an independent 2. Select On and enter a five- or
feature of the phone and must six-digit number (for example,
be manually turned on/off when area code and prefix) and
connected or disconnected from press .
the device.

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Settings
9.2.3 Call Answer 9.3.2 My Name Card
Allows you to determine how to 1. Press , , , ,
handle an answered call. .

9.3.3 Services
1. Press , , , ,
.
1. Press , , , ,
2. Use to select a setting,
.
then press .
Any Key/ TALK Only 9.4 Headset Mode

9.2.4 Contacts Match


1. Press , , , .
2. Select Normal or Headset
1. Press , , , , Only and press .

9.5 Location
.
2. Select On or Off and press
S ett i n g s

. Menu for GPS (Global

9.3 Contacts Settings


Positioning System: Satellite
assisted location information
9.3.1 Speed Numbers
system) mode.
1. Press , , , .
1. Press , , , ,
The Location disclaimer is
.
displayed.

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2. Read the disclaimer and press 2. Read the information and
. press .
3. Select On or Off and press 3. Select Left Navigation, Right
Navigation, Up Navigation,
or Down Navigation.
.

Note
4. Using the navigation key or
GPS satellite signals are not always
transmitted, especially under bad
your keypad, select the
atmospheric and environmental desired shortcut and press
conditions, indoors etc. .

9.6 Navigation Keys


5. Press to return to
standby mode.

9.7 Restrict and Lock


Your phone offers you the
option of assigning shortcuts to
9.7.1 Limit Calls

S ett i n g s
favorite or often-used functions.
Pressing the navigation key to
the assigned direction in standby Allows you to restrict outgoing
mode will launch your personally calls. If you set this feature to
designated shortcuts. On, you can only place calls to
emergency numbers and phone
1. Press , , , .
numbers stored in your
(An information window is Contacts. You can still receive
displayed.) calls in restrict mode.

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Settings
1. Press , , , . 9.7.3 Lock Phone
2. Enter the four-digit lock code. Keeps your phone from
unauthorized use. Once the
The default lock code is
phone is locked, it is in restricted
commonly the last 4 digits of
mode until the lock code is
your phone number.
entered. You can receive phone
3. Press Limit Calls. calls and still make emergency
4. Select Incoming Calls or
calls.
Outgoing Calls and press
You can modify the lock code
using the New Lock code within
. the Security menu.
5. Use to select a setting, 1. Press , , , .
then press .
Contacts Only/ Special #'s
2. Enter the four-digit lock code.

Only/ Unlock Lock Phone.


S ett i n g s

3. Press

9.7.2 Lock Pictures


4. Use to select an option,
then press .
1. Press , , , . Unlock The phone is never
2. Enter the four-digit lock code. locked (Lock mode can be used).

3. Press Lock Pictures. Lock Now The phone is always

4. Select Unlock or Lock and


locked. When locked, you can
receive incoming calls and make
press . only emergency calls.

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On Power Up The phone is 9.9 Security
locked when it is turned on.
The Security Menu allows you to
9.8 Roaming secure the phone electronically.

9.8.1 Set Mode 9.9.1 Lock My Phone


Allows you to set up the phone See “Lock Phone” on page 66.

9.9.2 Change Lock Code


producer’s management
environment. Leave this setting
as the default unless you want to Allows you to change your lock
alter system selection as code. To enter this menu, you
instructed by your service are asked to enter a new lock
provider. code and once again to confirm
1. Press , , , , it.

S ett i n g s
. 1. Press , , , .
to select Automatic/
Home Only then press
2. Use 2. Enter the four-digit lock code.
Change Lock
.
Code.
3. Press

4. Enter a new lock code.


5. Enter the new lock code once
more to confirm it.

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Settings
9.9.3 Special Numbers 9.9.5 Delete/Reset
Allows you to set special phone 9.9.5.1 Delete Private Browser
numbers. Data
1. Press , , , . Allows you to erase all of your
2. Enter the four-digit lock code. Contacts at once.

3. Press Special Numbers. 1. Press , , , .

4. Select a location for your 2. Enter the four-digit lock code.


entry. 3. Press Delete/Reset.
5. Enter a phone number then Delete Private
Browser Data.
4. Press
press .

9.9.4 Edit Contacts List


Done.
5. Press , press Left Soft Key
S ett i n g s

6. Select Yes or No.


1. Press , , , .
2. Enter the four-digit lock code.
Edit Contacts
List.
3. Press

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9.9.5.2 Delete Contacts 1. Press , , , .
1. Press , , , . 2. Enter the four-digit lock code.
2. Enter the four-digit lock code. 3. Press Delete/Reset.
Delete/Reset.
Delete
3. Press
Delete Contacts. Downloads. (A disclaimer
4. Press
4. Press
(A disclaimer appears.) appears.)
5. Read the disclaimer and press 5. Read the disclaimer and press
. .
6. Select Yes or No. 6. If you are certain that you
9.9.5.3 Delete Downloads
factory settings, select Yes or
would like to restore all the

Resetting the current default No.

S ett i n g s
settings restores all the factory
defaults, including the ringer
types and display settings. The
Contacts, Call History, Scheduler,
and Messaging are not affected.

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Settings
9.9.5.4 Delete Photos 9.9.5.5 Delete Messages
Resetting the phone resets all 1. Press , , , .
settings and erases all data on
your phone. 2. Enter the four-digit lock code.

1. Press , , , . 3. Press Delete/Reset.

2. Enter the four-digit lock code. 4. Press Delete Messages.

Delete/Reset.
(A disclaimer appears.)
5. Select Yes or No.
3. Press
Delete Photos.
9.9.5.6 Delete Voice Memo
4. Press
(A disclaimer appears.)
5. Read the disclaimer and press 1. Press , , , .
. 2. Enter the four-digit lock code.
Delete/Reset.
S ett i n g s

6. If you are certain that you 3. Press


Delete Voice
would like to erase all the data

Memo.
4. Press
Yes or No.
and reset your settings, select

(A disclaimer appears.)
5. Select Yes or No.

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9.9.5.7 Reset Picture Message 5. Select Yes or No.
1. Press , , , . 9.9.5.9 Reset phone
2. Enter the four-digit lock code. Resetting the phone resets all
Delete/Reset.
settings and erases all data on
3. Press
your phone.
Reset Picture
Message.
4. Press 1. Press , , , .
(A disclaimer appears.) 2. Enter the four-digit lock code.
5. Select Yes or No. 3. Press Delete/Reset.
9.9.5.8 Reset All Settings 4. Press Reset Phone.
(A disclaimer appears.)
5. Select Yes or No.
Resetting the current default
settings restores all the factory

S ett i n g s
defaults, including the ringer
types and display settings. The
Contacts, Call History, Scheduler,
and Messaging are not affected.
1. Press , , , .
2. Enter the four-digit lock code.
3. Press Delete/Reset.
4. Press Reset All Settings.
(A disclaimer appears.)
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Tools
Tools 2. Select the alarm you want to

Alarm 1-5/ Walk the Dog/


edit.
Allows you to make use of
various tools and applications to Quick Alarm
your phone.

1. Memory Card
3. Use to highlight the
alarm time then press .
Manager 4. Set the time for alarm and
See “Memory Card” on page 48. press .

1. Press , , . 5. Use to highlight Once


(recurring setting) and press
2. Alarm Clock
.

Allows you to set one of four 6. Press to select one of


alarms. The current time is the following and press .
Once / Daily / Mon - Fri /
To o l s

displayed at the top of the


screen when you select an alarm Weekends/ Select days
For Quick Alarm option,
to set. At the alarm time, Alarm

set Off/ 1 min later/ 10 min


1 (or 2, 3, 4, 5,Walk the Dog or

later/ 30 min later/ 1 hour


Quick Alarm) will be displayed on

later
the LCD screen and the alarm
will sound.
1. Press , , . 7. Use to highlight a tone
or an alert and press .

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8. Use to select one of the 2. Select a sub-menu.
1. Pair with Hands Free
available alarm ring types and
2. Send a Contact
press .
SAVE. 3. Send Files
4. Add a New...
9. Press Left Soft Key

3. Bluetooth 5. Trusted Devices


6. More...
The LG265 is compatible with
devices that support the Notes
Bluetooth headset and hands- ● Read the user guide of each
free profile(s). You may create Bluetooth accessory that you
and store 20 pairings within the are trying to pair with your
LG265 and connect to one phone because the instructions
may be different.
device at a time. The approximate
communication range for ● The Bluetooth word mark and
Bluetooth wireless technology is logos are owned by the

To o l s
up to 30 feet (10 meters). Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use

Bluetooth QD ID B014981
of such marks by LG Electronics
is under license. Other

Access and Options


trademarks and trade names are
those of their respective owners.
1. Press , , . ● Your phone is based on the
Bluetooth specification, but it is
not guaranteed to work with all
devices enabled with Bluetooth
wireless technology.

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Tools
3.1 Pair with Hands Free 3.3 Send Files
1. Press , , , . Allows you to pair the other
Bluetooth devices and send files.
2. Search for the Hands Free.
1. Press , , , .
REFRESH to find devices. INFO
3. Press Left Soft Key
2. Press Left Soft Key
to search for devices.
4. After finding devices, press

REFRESH to find
. 3. If not found, press Left Soft

3.2 Send a Contact


Key
devices.
1. Press , , , . 4. After finding devices, highlight
2. Search for devices. the desired device and press
.

REFRESH to find devices.


3. Press Left Soft Key
To o l s

5. Select files to send among


PHONE_IMAGE/SD_IMAGE/
4. After finding devices, press MEMORY CARD/MUSIC and
. press .

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3.4 Add a New... 3. Follow the Bluetooth
accessory instructions to set
Pairing is the process that allows
the device to pairing mode.
4. Scroll to Search and press
the handset to locate, establish
and register 1-to-1 connection
with the target device. .
1. Press , , , . 5. The device will appear in the
Trusted Devices menu once it
2. Select a sub-menu. has been located. Highlight
1. Headset/ Car Kits the device and press .
2. All
3. Phone
6. The handset will prompt you for

4. PDA
the passkey. Consult the

5. PC
Bluetooth accessory instructions

6. Printer
for the appropriate passkey
(typically “0000”). Enter the
For pairing new Bluetooth device passkey and touch .

To o l s
Yes to connect
7. Once pairing is successful,
1. Press , , , . select
2. If Bluetooth device is set to with the device.
off, you will be prompted to 8. Once connected, you will see
YES.
turn power on. Select Left the device listed in the
Soft Key Trusted Devices menu and the
Bluetooth icon will show
at the top of the LCD screen.

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Tools
3.5 Trusted Devices 3.6.1.1 On/Off
1. Press , , , . Allows you to set the Bluetooth
power On/Off.
ADD NEW to search for
2. Press Right Soft Key
1. Press , , , ,
devices. .
2. Scroll to <Settings> and press
REFRESH to find
3 If not found, press Left Soft
Key .
On/Off.
devices.
3. Press
4. After finding devices, press
. 4. Use to select a setting,
then press .
3.6 More... On/ Off
3.6.1.2 Visibility
1. Press , , , .
To o l s

3.6.1 Settings Allows you to manage your


phone's availability to other
You can control the settings to
Bluetooth devices.
use the Bluetooth wireless
technology via your phone. Your 1. Press , , , ,
proper setting is a prerequisite .
2. Scroll to <Settings> and press
for the maximization of the
functionality.
.

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3. Press Visibility. 5. Use your keypad to enter a
new name and press to
4. Use to select a setting, save and exit.
then press .
Hidden/ Visible for 3 min/ 3.6.1.4 My Device Info
Always Visible Allows you to display your
3.6.1.3 My Device Name
phone’s Bluetooth address.

The My Bluetooth Name section 1. Press , , , ,


of the Bluetooth Settings menu .
allows you to select a Bluetooth 2. Scroll to <Settings> and press
name for your phone. Your .
My Device Info.
phone’s Bluetooth name will
appear to other in-range 3. Press
3.6.1.5 Exchange Folders
Bluetooth devices, depending on
your visibility settings.

To o l s
When your phone has a FTP
1. Press , , , , connection, you can upload,
. download or delete files in the
2. Scroll to <Settings> and press handset from your PC. However,
. you may not access files in your

My Device Name.
PC from your handset.
3. Press
to Settings -> Bluetooth ->
For the setting of this menu, go

Exchange Folder.
4. Press to clear the
current name.

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Tools
1. Press , , , , 4. Select one of the following
. options:

2. Scroll to <Settings> and press Hands free/ Phone/ Device


. Answered

3. Press Exchange Folders. 3.6.2 Block List


4. Select one of the following 1. Press , , , ,
options: .
● In Phone
ADD.
2. Press Right Soft Key
● Memory Card (Memory Card)
Search/ View Trusted Devices
: Upload any type of file.
3.6.1.6 Voice Priority
3. After finding the device to

BLOCK.
1. Press , , , , block and press Left Soft Key
To o l s

.
2. Scroll to <Settings> and press
.
4. Scheduler
Voice Priority.
Allows you to conveniently keep
3. Press and access your agenda(s).
Simply store your appointments
and your phone will alert you with
a reminder of your appointment.

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● When to ring the alarm
1. Press , , .

None/ On time/ 5
reminder
2. Use to highlight the
scheduled day. minutes/ 10 minutes/ 1
Moves cursor to the left. hour/ 1 day/ 2 days

(Downloaded Ringers,
Moves cursor to the right. Which ring alarm to sound

Moves to the previous Voice Memo, Other


week. Ringers, No Ringer)
Moves to the next week. 5. Press Left Soft Key SAVE.
3. Press Left Soft Key ADD. When you exit without saving,
4. Enter your schedule you are asked to select Return
information including: to Edit/ Save and Exit/ Exit in
Date
a pop up message.

Time Press Note

To o l s
● to set
specific time or press Right Scheduler will not alert you during
Soft Key All day. a call or during SMS transmission.
● Content It will sound the reminder after

Recurring event
you exit a call.

None/ Daily/ Mon-Fri/


Select days/ Weekly/
Monthly/ Yearly

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Tools
5. World Clock 6. USB Mode
Allows you to determine the 6.1 Mass Storage
current time in another time
zone or country. This menu is accessible when
your phone is connected to your
1. Press , , . PC with a data cable and a
microSDTM card is insterted into
CITIES to move the time bar
2. Press Right Soft Key
your phone. Enabling the Mass
across the world map and Storage allows you to connect
display the date/time in that your phone to your computer to
location. view and transfer music files.

SET To enable the Mass Storage


DST to display Daylight
3. Press Left Soft Key
Mode:
Savings Time in the selected
1. Ensuring that a microSD card
location.
To o l s

is inserted in your phone,


connect your phone to your
computer using a microUSB
cable.
2. Press , , , .

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3. Select Yes to verify that calls 7. Calculator
7.1 Calculator
will be disabled when the
Mass Storage is enabled. Your
phone will then connect to Allows you to perform simple
your computer. mathematical calculations. You
4. To exit and disable the Mass can enter numbers up to the fifth
Storage, disconnect the USB decimal place.
cable from your phone. 1. Press , , , .
6.2 Print 2. Enter data.
● Use to enter plus, minus,
1. Connect your phone to a
PictBridge™ enabled printer slash and multiple
using a microUSB cable. calculations.
● Press to enter period
2. Press , , , .
and to enter plus or

To o l s
3. Consult their printer manual minus.
for instructions on how to ● Press to delete digits or
successfully print an image. symbols.

CLEAR to Clear the


Press Left Soft Key

calculation.

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Tools
7.2 Ez Tip Calculator 1. Press , , .

8.1 Call [Name][Type]/


Allows you to quickly and easily
[Number]
calculate the amounts for a bill
with the amount of the bill, the
amount of the tip, and the
1. Press , , , .
number of people as variables.
1. Press , , , . 2. Say name & phone type or
number

RESET if necessary. 8.2 Send Msg to [Name]


2. Press Left Soft Key

[Type]/ [Number]
CLOSE to exit this menu.
3. Press Right Soft Key
1. Press , , , .
2. Say Text Message[Name]
8. Voice Control [Type][Number] or Picture
Message [Name] [Type]/
[Number].
Allows you to make phone calls
To o l s

quickly and easily by voice. Your


8.3 Find [Name][Type]
phone recalls the number from
your Contacts, displays it briefly,
and then dials it. This menu also 1. Press , , , .
2. Say Readout[Name][Type],
includes a feature for those who
New Entry, Edit[Name],
are driving or blind. It delivers
Delete[Name].
time information by voice and
allows you to check missed calls,
messages and voicemails.

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8.4 Missed Alerts 8.8 Bookmark
You can check missed alerts. 1. Press , , , .
1. Press , , , . 2. Follow the voice guide.
If any missed alerts, listen to 8.9 Help
the guides.
Allows you to check the
8.5 Voice Guide information of Voice Control.

1. Press , , , . 1. Press , , , .

2. Say yes to set the voice guide. 8.* Exit Voice Control
On/ Off 1. Press , , , .
8.6 Phone Status
9. Voice Memo
1. Press , , , .

To o l s
Allows you to add, listen to, and
2. Listen to the phone status. erase short verbal reminders. In

8.7 Training
the entry of Voice Memo, the
recorded Voice Memos are listed.
1. Press , , , . You can select <Record New>,
<Delete All>, <Memory Info>.
2. Listen to the guide and say
Yes. Practice the training. 1. Press , , .

Digit / Yes/No
RECORD.
2. Press Left Soft Key

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Tools
3. Talk into the microphone after Delete Multiple
Delete All Yes/ No
STOP. The default memo title
the tone, then press

is the date and time of Memory Info

*. Notepad
recording.

To Playback a Voice Memo


Allows you to add, read, edit,
1. Access Voice Memo, highlight and erase notes to yourself.
the Voice Memo you want to
1. Press , , .
hear, then press .
In the selected Voice Memo, the 2. Press on ADD to
following options are available: write a new note then press

Set As Contacts Default/ One


to save.

Contact/ Unknown #s/ In entering a note, use text input

MODE. Also, note that word


Voicemail/ Text Message/ Picture mode with Right Soft Key
To o l s

Message
View Details Title/ Recorded
choices/ suggestions are listed
and adding an word to database
On/ Play Time is asked while entering
Edit Title Edit the title of the characters.
selected Voice Memo. Save/ Edit
Mode: Abc/ Predictive Text/
123/ Symbols/ Settings
Delete This Yes/ No

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0. Utilities
0.1 D-Day Counter
Allows you to add schedule and
inform you of countdown of the
day.
1. Press , , , .
2. Press Left Soft Key ADD

OPTIONS. Display on Main


or Right Soft Key

Screen/ Delete/ Delete All

0.2. Unit Converter


1. Press , , , .
2. Select Length, Area, Mass,

To o l s
Volume, or Temperature.
3. Highlight the known unit type
and enter the value. The
conversion is displayed
automatically.

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Safety
TIA (Telecommunications ●

Industry Association)
ANSI C95.1 (1992) *

Safety Information
NCRP Report 86 (1986)
● ICNIRP (1996)
The following is the complete ● Health Canada, Safety Code
TIA Safety Information for 6, 1999.
wireless handheld phones. Those standards were based on

Exposure to Radio Frequency


comprehensive and periodic

Signal
evaluations of the relevant
scientific literature. For example,
Your wireless handheld portable over 120 scientists, engineers,
phone is a low power radio and physicians from universities,
transmitter and receiver. When it is government health agencies, and
ON, it receives and also sends out industry reviewed the available
Radio Frequency (RF) signals. body of research to develop the
ANSI Standard (C95.1).
S a f ety

In August, 1996, the Federal


Communications Commissions The design of your phone
(FCC) adopted RF exposure complies with the FCC
guidelines with safety levels for guidelines, IC Regulations (and
handheld wireless phones. Those those standards).

Antenna Care
guidelines are consistent with
the safety standards previously
set by both U.S. and Use only the supplied or an
international standards bodies: approved replacement antenna.
Unauthorized antennas,
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modifications, or attachments always obey them. Also, if using
could damage the phone and your phone while driving, please
may violate FCC regulations. observe the following:

Phone Operation
● Give full attention to driving --

driving safely is your first


NORMAL POSITION: Hold the responsibility;
phone as you would any other ● Use hands-free operation, if
telephone with the antenna available;
pointed up and over your shoulder. ● Pull off the road and park
Tips on Efficient Operation
before making or answering a
call if driving conditions or the
For your phone to operate most law so require.
efficiently:
Do not press the antenna Electronic Devices

S a f ety
unnecessarily when the phone is in Most modern electronic
use. Contact with the antenna equipment is shielded from RF
affects call quality and may cause signals. However, certain
the phone to operate at a higher electronic equipment may not be
power level than otherwise needed. shielded against the RF signals

Driving
from your wireless phone.

Check the laws and regulations Pacemakers


on the use of wireless phones in The Health Industry
the areas where you drive and Manufacturers Association

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Safety
recommends that a minimum Hearing Aids
separation of six inches be
Some digital wireless phones may
maintained between a handheld
interfere with some hearing aids.
wireless phone and a pacemaker
In the event of such interference,
to avoid potential interference
you may want to consult your
with the pacemaker. These
service provider (or call the
recommendations are consistent
customer service line to discuss
with the independent research
alternatives.) Optional for each
by and recommendations of
phone manufacturer.
Wireless Technology Research.
Other Medical Devices
Persons with Pacemakers:
● Should ALWAYS keep the If you use any other personal
phone more than six inches medical device, consult the
from their pacemaker when manufacturer of your device to
determine if it is adequately
S a f ety

the phone is turned ON;


shielded from external RF energy.
● Should not carry the phone in
Your physician may be able to
a breast pocket; assist you in obtaining this
● Should use the ear opposite information.

Health Care Facilities


the pacemaker to minimize the
potential for interference;
● Should turn the phone OFF
Turn your phone OFF in health
immediately if there is any care facilities when any
reason to suspect that regulations posted in these areas
interference is taking place.
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instruct you to do so. Hospitals
or health care facilities may use OFF your phone before boarding
equipment that could be an aircraft.

Blasting Areas
sensitive to external RF energy.

Vehicles
To avoid interfering with blasting
RF signals may affect improperly operations, turn your phone OFF
installed or inadequately when in a “blasting area” or in
shielded electronic systems in areas posted: “Turn off two-way
motor vehicles. Check with the radio”. Obey all signs and
manufacturer or its instructions.

Potentially Explosive
representative regarding your

Atmosphere
vehicle. You should also consult
the manufacturer of any
equipment that has been added
Turn your phone OFF when in
to your vehicle.
any area with a potentially

S a f ety
Posted Facilities explosive atmosphere and obey
all signs and instructions. Sparks
Turn your phone OFF in any in such areas could cause an
facility where posted notices so explosion or fire resulting in
require. bodily injury or even death.

Aircraft Areas with a potentially explosive


atmosphere are often, but not
FCC and Transport Canada always marked clearly. Potential
regulations prohibit using your areas may include: fueling areas
phone while in the air. Switch
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(such as gasoline stations);
Safety
Charger and Adapter
Safety
below deck on boats; fuel or
chemical transfer or storage
facilities; vehicles using liquefied
● The charger and adapter are
petroleum gas (such as propane
intended for indoor use only.
or butane); areas where the air
● Do not expose the battery
contains chemicals or particles
(such as grain, dust, or metal charger or adapter to direct
powders); and any other area sunlight or use it in places
where you would normally be with high humidity, such as a
advised to turn off your vehicle bathroom.

Battery Information and


engine.

For Vehicles Equipped with an


Care
Air Bag
● Please dispose of your battery
An air bag inflates with great properly or take it to your
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force. DO NOT place objects, local wireless carrier for


including either installed or recycling.
portable wireless equipment, in ● Do not dispose of your
the area over the air bag or in battery by fire or with
the air bag deployment area. If hazardous or flammable
in-vehicle wireless equipment is materials.
improperly installed and the air
● Never use an unapproved
bag inflates, serious injury could
result. battery since this could
damage the phone and/or

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battery and could cause the
battery to explode. ● Use of extended backlighting,
● The battery does not need to MiniBrowser, and data
be fully discharged before connectivity kits affect battery
recharging. life and talk/standby times.

Safety Information
● Use only LG-approved
chargers specific to your
phone model since they are Please read and observe the
designed to maximize battery following information for safe
life. and proper use of your phone
● Do not disassemble or short- and to prevent damage. Also,
circuit the battery. keep the user’s guide in an

accessible place at all the times
Keep the battery’s metal
after reading it.
contacts clean.
● Replace the battery when it Explosion, Shock, and Fire
Hazards

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no longer provides acceptable
performance. The battery can ● Unplug the power cord and
be recharged several hundred
charger during lightning
times before replacement.
storms to avoid electric shock
● Recharge the battery after or fire.
long periods of non-use to ● Make sure that no sharp-
maximize battery life.
edged items such as animal’s
● Battery life will vary due to teeth, nails, come into contact
usage patterns and with the battery. There is a
environmental conditions.
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risk of this causing a fire.
Safety
● Do not use harsh ● Do not damage the power
chemicals(such as alcohol, cord by bending, twisting,
benzene, thinners, etc.) or pulling, or heating. Do not use
detergents to clean your the plug if it is loose as it may
phone. There is a risk of this cause a fire or electric shock.
causing a fire. ● When using the power plug,
● Do not handle the phone with ensure that it is firmly
wet hands while it is being connected. If it is not, it may
charged. It may cause an cause excessive heat or fire.
electric shock or seriously ● Do not place any heavy items
damage your phone. on the power cord. Do not
● Do not drop, strike, or shake allow the power cord to be
your phone severely. Such crimped as it may cause fire or
actions may harm the internal electric shock.
circuit boards of the phone. ● Do not disassemble the
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● Do not put your phone in a phone.


place subject to excessive dust ● Do not place or answer calls
and keep the minimum while charging the phone as it
required distance between the may short-circuit the phone
power cord and heat sources. and/or cause electric shock or
● Unplug the power cord prior fire.
to cleaning your phone, and ● If you put your phone in a
clean the power plug pin when pocket or bag without
it is dirty. covering the receptacle of the

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phone (power plug pin), will not be applied to
metallic articles (such as a products provided by other
coin, paperclip or pen) may suppliers.
short-circuit the phone. ● Store the battery in a place
Always cover the receptacle out of reach of children.
when not in use.
● Using a damaged battery or
● Do not short-circuit the placing a battery in your
battery. Metallic articles such mouth may cause serious
as a coin, paperclip or pen in injury.
your pocket or bag may short-
● Do not place items containing
circuit the + and – terminals
magnetic components such as
of the battery (metal strips on
a credit card, phone card,
the battery) upon moving.
bank book or subway ticket
Short-circuit of the terminal
near your phone. The
may damage the battery and
magnetism of the phone may

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cause an explosion.
damage the data stored in the
● Never place your phone in a magnetic strip.
microwave oven as it will cause
● Do not hold or let the
the battery to explode.
antenna come in contact with
General Warnings and your body during a call.
Cautions ● Talking on your phone for a
● Only use the batteries,
long period of time may
reduce call quality due to heat
antennas, and chargers
generated during use.
provided by LG. The warranty
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Safety
● When the phone is not used ● Do not immerse your phone
for a long period time, store it in water. If this happens, turn
in a safe place with the power it off immediately and remove
cord unplugged. the battery. If the phone does
● Using the phone in proximity not work, take it to an LG
to receiving equipment (i.e., Authorized Service Center.
TV or radio) may cause ● Use accessories, such as
interference to the phone. earphones and headsets, with
● Only authorized personnel caution. Ensure that cables are
should service the phone and tucked away safely and do not
its accessories. Faulty press the antenna unnecessarily.

Warning! Important
installation or service may

safety information
result in accidents and
consequently invalidate the
warranty.
Avoiding hearing damage
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● Do not use the phone if the


antenna is damaged. If a Permanent hearing loss may
damaged antenna contacts occur if you use your phone
skin, it may cause a slight and/or headset at a high volume.
burn. Please contact an LG Set the volume to a safe level.
Authorized Service Center to You can adapt over time to a
replace the damaged antenna. higher volume of sound that may
● Do not use the phone in areas sound normal but can be
where its use is prohibited. damaging to your hearing. If you

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(For example: aircraft). experience ringing in your ears or
muffled speech, stop listening Using your phone safely
and have your hearing checked.
Use of your phone while
The louder the volume, the less
operating a vehicle is not
time is required before your
recommended and is illegal in
hearing could be affected.
some areas. Be careful and
Hearing experts suggest that to
attentive while driving. Stop
protect your hearing:
using your phone if you find it
● Limit the amount of time you
disruptive or distracting while
use your phone and/or operating any type of vehicle or
headset at high volume. performing any other activity
● Avoid turning up the volume that requires your full attention.

Using headsets safely


to block out noisy
surroundings.
● Turn the volume down if you Use of headsets to listen to
can’t hear people speaking music while operating a vehicle is

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near you. not recommended and is illegal
For information about how to set in some areas. Be careful and
a maximum volume limit on your attentive while driving. Stop
phone, see the features guide for using this device if you find it
your phone. disruptive or distracting while
operating any type of vehicle or
performing any other activity
that requires your full attention.

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FDA Consumer Update causes no known adverse health
effects. Many studies of low level
The U.S. Food and
RF exposures have not found any
Drug Administration’s
biological effects. Some studies
Center for Devices and
have suggested that some
Radiological Health Consumer
biological effects may occur, but
Update on Mobile Phones:
such findings have not been
1. Do wireless phones pose a confirmed by additional research.
health hazard?
In some cases, other researchers
have had difficulty in reproducing
The available scientific evidence those studies, or in determining
does not show that any health the reasons for inconsistent
problems are associated with results.

2. What is the FDA's role


using wireless phones. There is

concerning the safety of


no proof, however, that wireless
phones are absolutely safe.
wireless phones?
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Wireless phones emit low levels


of radiofrequency energy (RF) in
Under the law, the FDA does not
the microwave range while being
review the safety of radiation-
used. They also emit very low
emitting consumer products such
levels of RF when in the Main
as wireless phones before they
Menu Screen. Whereas high
can be sold, as it does with new
levels of RF can produce health
drugs or medical devices.
effects (by heating tissue),
However, the agency has
exposure to low level RF that
authority to take action if
does not produce heating effects
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wireless phones are shown to ● Cooperate in providing users
emit radiofrequency energy (RF) of wireless phones with the
at a level that is hazardous to the best possible information on
user. In such a case, the FDA possible effects of wireless
could require the manufacturers phone use on human health.
of wireless phones to notify
The FDA belongs to an
users of the health hazard and to
interagency working group of the
repair, replace, or recall the
federal agencies that have
phones so that the hazard no
responsibility for different
longer exists.
aspects of RF safety to ensure
Although the existing scientific coordinated efforts at the federal
data do not justify FDA level. The following agencies
regulatory actions, the FDA has belong to this working group:
urged the wireless phone ● National Institute for
industry to take a number of Occupational Safety and

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steps, including the following: Health
● Support needed research into
● Environmental Protection
possible biological effects of Agency
RF of the type emitted by
● Occupational Safety and
wireless phones;
Health Administration
● Design wireless phones in a
● National Telecommunications
way that minimizes any RF
exposure to the user that is and Information
not necessary for device Administration
function; and The National Institutes of Health
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participates in some interagency questions discussed in this
working group activities, as well. document.

3. What kinds of phones are


The FDA shares regulatory
the subject of this update?
responsibilities for wireless
phones with the Federal
Communications Commission The term “wireless phone” refers
(FCC). All phones that are sold here to handheld wireless phones
in the United States must comply with built-in antennas, often
with FCC safety guidelines that called “cell”, “mobile”, or “PCS”
limit RF exposure. phones. These types of wireless
The FCC relies on the FDA and phones can expose the user to
other health agencies for safety measurable radiofrequency
questions about wireless phones. energy (RF) because of the short
distance between the phone and
The FCC also regulates the base the user’s head. These RF
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stations that the wireless phone exposures are limited by FCC


networks rely upon. While these safety guidelines that were
base stations operate at higher developed with the advice of the
power than do the wireless FDA and other federal health and
phones themselves, the RF safety agencies. When the phone
exposures that people get from is located at greater distances
these base stations are typically from the user, the exposure to RF
thousands of times lower than is drastically lower because a
those they can get from wireless person's RF exposure decreases
phones. Base stations are thus rapidly with increasing distance

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not the subject of the safety
from the source. The so called cancer in laboratory animals.
“cordless phones,” which have a However, many of the studies that
base unit connected to the showed increased tumor
telephone wiring in a house, development used animals that
typically operate at far lower had been genetically engineered
power levels, and thus produce or treated with
RF exposures far below the FCC cancer-causing chemicals so as to
safety limits. be pre-disposed to develop cancer

4. What are the results of the


in the absence of RF exposure.

research done already?


Other studies exposed the animals
to RF for up to 22 hours per day.
These conditions are not similar to
The research done thus far has
the conditions under which people
produced conflicting results, and
use wireless phones, so we don’t
many studies have suffered from
know with certainty what the
flaws in their research methods.
results of such studies mean for

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Animal experiments investigating
human health. Three large
the effects of radiofrequency
epidemiology studies have been
energy (RF) exposures
published since December 2000.
characteristic of wireless phones
Between them, the studies
have yielded conflicting results
investigated any possible
that often cannot be repeated in
association between the use of
other laboratories. A few animal
wireless phones and primary brain
studies, however, have suggested
cancer, glioma, meningioma, or
that low levels of RF could
acoustic neuroma, tumors of the
accelerate the development of
brain or salivary gland, leukemia, or
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other cancers. None of the studies Epidemiological studies can
demonstrated the existence of any provide data that is directly
harmful health effects from applicable to human populations,
wireless phone RF exposures. but 10 or more years follow-up
However, none of the studies can may be needed to provide answers
answer questions about long-term about some health effects, such as
exposures, since the average cancer. This is because the interval
period of phone use in these between the time of exposure to a
studies was around three years. cancer-causing agent and the time

5. What research is needed to


tumors develop — if they do —

decide whether RF
may be many, many years. The
interpretation of epidemiological
exposure from wireless studies is hampered by difficulties
phones poses a health risk? in measuring actual RF exposure
during day-to-day use of wireless
A combination of laboratory phones. Many factors affect this
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studies and epidemiological measurement, such as the angle at


studies of people actually using which the phone is held, or which
wireless phones would provide model of phone is used.
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.
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6. What is the FDA doing to documents on EMF issues. The
find out more about the FDA and the Cellular
possible health effects of Telecommunications & Internet
wireless phone RF? Association (CTIA) have a formal
Cooperative Research and
The FDA is working with the U.S. Development Agreement
National Toxicology Program and (CRADA) to do research on
with groups of investigators wireless phone safety. The FDA
around the world to ensure that provides the scientific oversight,
high priority animal studies are obtaining input from experts in
conducted to address important government, industry, and
questions about the effects of academic organizations. CTIA-
exposure to radio frequency funded research is conducted
energy (RF). The FDA has been a through contracts with
leading participant in the World independent investigators. The
Health Organization International initial research will include both

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Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) laboratory studies and studies of
Project since its inception in wireless phone users. The
1996. An influential result of this CRADA will also include a broad
work has been the development assessment of additional
of a detailed agenda of research research needs in the context of
needs that has driven the the latest research developments
establishment of new research around the world.
programs around the world. The
project has also helped develop
a series of public information
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7. How can I find out how Measurement. The exposure limit
much radio frequency takes into consideration the
energy exposure I can get body’s ability to remove heat
by using my wireless from the tissues that absorb
phone? energy from the wireless phone
and is set well below levels known
All phones sold in the United to have effects. Manufacturers of
States must comply with Federal wireless phones must report the
Communications Commission RF exposure level for each model
(FCC) guidelines that limit radio of phone to the FCC. The FCC
frequency energy (RF) exposures. website (http://www.fcc.gov/oet/
The FCC established these rfsafety) gives directions for
guidelines in consultation with locating the FCC identification
the FDA and the other federal number on your phone so you
health and safety agencies. The can find your phone’s RF
FCC limit for RF exposure from exposure level in the online
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wireless telephones is set at a listing.

8. What has the FDA done to


Specific Absorption Rate (SAR)
of 1.6 watts per kilogram (1.6
W/kg). The FCC limit is measure the radio
consistent with the safety frequency energy coming
standards developed by the from wireless phones?
Institute of Electrical and
Electronic Engineering (IEEE) and The Institute of Electrical and
the National Council on Electronic Engineers (IEEE) is
Radiation Protection and developing a technical standard
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for measuring the radio energy absorbed in tissue, either
frequency energy (RF) exposure by the whole body or a small
from wireless phones and other part of the body. It is measured
wireless handsets with the in watts/kg (or milliwatts/g) of
participation and leadership of matter. This measurement is used
FDA scientists and engineers. to determine whether a wireless
The standard, “Recommended phone complies with safety
Practice for Determining the guidelines.

9. What steps can I take to


Spatial-Peak Specific Absorption

reduce my exposure to
Rate (SAR) in the Human Body
Due to Wireless Communications
Devices: Experimental radio frequency energy
Techniques,” sets forth the first from my wireless phone?
consistent test methodology for
measuring the rate at which RF is If there is a risk from these
deposited in the heads of products — and at this point we

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wireless phone users. The test do not know that there is — it is
method uses a tissue-simulating probably very small. But if you are
model of the human head. concerned about avoiding even
Standardized SAR test potential risks, you can take a few
methodology is expected to simple steps to minimize your
greatly improve the consistency exposure to radio frequency
of measurements made at energy (RF). Since time is a key
different laboratories on the factor in how much exposure a
same phone. SAR is the person receives, reducing the
measurement of the amount of amount of time spent using a
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wireless phone will reduce RF 10. What about children using
exposure. If you must conduct wireless phones?
extended conversations by
wireless phone every day, you The scientific evidence does not
could place more distance show a danger to users of wireless
between your body and the phones, including children and
source of the RF, since the teenagers. If you want to take
exposure level drops off steps to lower exposure to radio
dramatically with distance. For frequency energy (RF), the
example, you could use a headset measures described above would
and carry the wireless phone away apply to children and teenagers
from your body or use a wireless using wireless phones. Reducing
phone connected to a remote the time of wireless phone use and
antenna. Again, the scientific data increasing the distance between
do not demonstrate that wireless the user and the RF source will
phones are harmful. But if you are reduce RF exposure. Some groups
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concerned about the RF exposure sponsored by other national


from these products, you can use governments have advised that
measures like those described children be discouraged from using
above to reduce your RF exposure wireless phones at all. For example,
from wireless phone use. the government in the United
Kingdom distributed leaflets
containing such a
recommendation in December
2000. They noted that no
evidence exists that using a
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wireless phone causes brain instrumentation (AAMI). The
tumors or other ill effects. Their final draft, a joint effort by the
recommendation to limit wireless FDA, medical device
phone use by children was strictly manufacturers, and many other
precautionary; it was not based on groups, was completed in late
scientific evidence that any health 2000. This standard will allow
hazard exists. manufacturers to ensure that

11. What about wireless


cardiac pacemakers and

phone interference with


defibrillators are safe from
wireless phone EMI. The FDA has
medical equipment? tested hearing aids for
interference from handheld
Radio frequency energy (RF)
wireless phones and helped
from wireless phones can interact
develop a voluntary standard
with some electronic devices. For
sponsored by the Institute of
this reason, the FDA helped
Electrical and Electronic

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develop a detailed test method
Engineers (IEEE). This standard
to measure electromagnetic
specifies test methods and
interference (EMI) of implanted
performance requirements for
cardiac pacemakers and
hearing aids and wireless phones
defibrillators from wireless
so that no interference occurs
telephones. This test method is
when a person uses a
now part of a standard
“compatible” phone and a
sponsored by the Association for
“compatible” hearing aid at the
the Advancement of Medical
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approved by the IEEE in 2000. World Health Organization
The FDA continues to monitor (WHO) International EMF Project
the use of wireless phones for (http://www.who.int/emf)
possible interactions with other National Radiological Protection
medical devices. Should harmful Board (UK)
interference be found to occur, (http://www.nrpb.org.uk/)
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:
FDA web page on wireless phones
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(http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/phones
/index.html)
Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) RF Safety
Program
(http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety)
International Commission on
Non-lonizing Radiation Protection
(http://www.icnirp.de)
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Consumer Information
on SAR
recommendations were
developed by scientific and

(Specific Absorption Rate)


engineering experts drawn from

This Model Phone Meets the


industry, government, and

Government’s Requirements for


academia after extensive reviews

Exposure to Radio Waves. Your


of the scientific literature related
to the biological effects of RF
wireless phone is a radio
energy. The exposure Limit for
transmitter and receiver. It is
wireless mobile phones employs
designed and manufactured not
a unit of measurement known as
to exceed the emission limits for
the Specific Absorption Rate, or
exposure to radiofrequency (RF)
SAR. The SAR is a measure of
energy set by the Federal
the rate of absorption of RF
Communications Commission
energy by the human body
(FCC) of the U.S. Government.

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expressed in units of watts per
These FCC exposure limits are
kilogram (W/kg). The FCC
derived from the
requires wireless phones to
recommendations of two expert
comply with a safety limit of 1.6
organizations, the National
watts per kilogram (1.6 W/kg).
Counsel on Radiation Protection
The FCC exposure limit
and Measurement (NCRP) and
incorporates a substantial margin
the Institute of Electrical and
of safety to give additional
Electronics Engineers (IEEE). In
protection to the public and to
both cases, the
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account for any variations in that it does not exceed the limit
measurements. established by the
Tests for SAR are conducted governmentadopted requirement
using standard operating for safe exposure. The tests are
positions specified by the FCC performed in positions and
with the phone transmitting at its locations (e.g., at the ear and
highest certified power level in all worn on the body) as required
tested frequency bands. by the FCC for each model. This
Although SAR is determined at device was tested for typical
the highest certified power level, body-worn operations with the
the actual SAR level of the phone back of the phone kept 0.79
while operating can be well below inches (2.0 cm) between the
the maximum value. Because the user’s body and the back of the
phone is designed to operate at phone. To comply with FCC RF
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multiple power levels to use only exposure requirements, a


the power required to reach the minimum separation distance of
network, in general, the closer 0.79 inches (2.0 cm) must be
you are to a wireless base station maintained between the user s
antenna, the lower the power body and the back of the phone.
output. Third-party beltclips, holsters,
and similar accessories
Before a phone model is available containing metallic components
for sale to the public, it must be should not be used. Body-worn
tested and certified to the FCC
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accessories that cannot maintain the government requirement for
0.79 inches (2.0 cm) separation safe exposure. SAR information
distance between the user's on this model phone is on file
body and the back of the phone, with the FCC and can be found
and have not been tested for under the Display Grant section
typical body-worn operations of http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid
may not comply with FCC RF after searching on FCC ID.
exposure limits and should be To find information that pertains
avoided. to a particular model phone, this
The FCC has granted an site uses the phone FCC ID
Equipment Authorization for this number which is usually printed
model phone with all reported somewhere on the case of the
SAR levels evaluated as in phone. Sometimes it may be
compliance with the FCC RF necessary to remove the battery

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emission guidelines. The highest pack to find the number. Once
SAR value for this model phone you have the FCC ID number for
when tested for use at the ear is a particular phone, follow the
1.5 W/kg and when worn on the instructions on the website and
body, as described in this user’s it should provide values for
manual, is 1.0 W/kg. While there typical or maximum SAR for a
may be differences between SAR particular phone. Additional
levels of various phones and at information on Specific
various positions, they all meet Absorption Rates (SAR) can be
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found on the Cellular
Telecommunications Industry
Association (CTIA) website at
http://www.ctia.org/
*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.
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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
Standard battery is available.

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 (4) Upon request from LG, the
COVERS: consumer must provide
information to reasonably
LG offers you a limited warranty prove the date of purchase.
that the enclosed subscriber unit
and its enclosed accessories will (5) During the applicable
be free from defects in material warranty period, LG will
and workmanship, according to repair or replace at LG’s sole
the following terms and option, without charge to
conditions: the original end user, any
defective component part of
(1) The limited warranty for the
Wa r ra n ty I n f o r m at i o n

the phone or accessory.


product extends for ONE (1)
year beginning on the date of (6) LG may, use rebuilt,
purchase of the product by reconditioned, or new parts
the original end user. or components when
repairing any product or
(2) The limited warranty extends
replace a product with a
only to the original end user
rebuilt, reconditioned or
of the product and is not
new product.
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

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2. WHAT THIS WARRANTY (4) If the carrier’s or
DOES NOT COVER: manufacturer’s Customer
(1) Defects or damages Service Centre was not
resulting from use of the notified by the end user of
product in other than its the alleged defect or
normal and customary malfunction of the product,
manner. during the warranty period.
(2) Defects or damages from (5) Products which have had
abnormal use, abnormal their serial numbers removed
conditions, improper or made illegible.

Wa r ra n ty I n f o r m at i o n
storage, exposure to (6) Damage resulting from use
moisture or dampness, of non-LG approved
unauthorized modifications, accessories.
unauthorized connections, (7) All plastic surfaces and all
unauthorized repair, misuse, other externally exposed
neglect, abuse, accident, parts that are scratched or
alteration, improper damaged due to normal
installation, or other acts customer use.
which are not the fault of LG,
(8) Products serviced by non-
including damage caused by
authorized persons or
spills of food or liquids.
companies.
(3) Breakage or damage to
antennas unless caused Notes:
directly by defects in (1) This limited warranty is in lieu of
material or workmanship. all other warranties, express or

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CANADA, INC. SHALL NOT
BE LIABLE FOR THE LOSS OF
THE USE OF THE PRODUCT,
INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OR
ANY OTHER DAMAGES,
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Index
A Operation 12 Contacts Match 64
Abbreviated Dialing 63 Bookmark 83 Contacts Settings 64

C
Accessibility 62 Correcting Dialing
Mistakes 23
Accessories 111

D
Add a New... 75 Calculator 81
Advanced 62 Call Answer 64
Airplane/Music Mode Call History 51 D-Day Counter 85
59 Call Setup 63 Delete Contacts 69
Alarm & Scheduler 58 Call Waiting 25 Delete Downloads 69
Alarm Clock 72 Call [Name][Type]/ Delete Messages 70
Alerts 59 [Number] 82 Delete Photos 70
Auto-Answer 63 Callback Number 39 Delete Private Browser
Auto-Capital 60 Caller ID 25 Data 68
Auto-Delete 41 Camera 42, 43 Delete Voice Memo 70
Auto-Space 60 Change Lock Code 67 Delete/Reset 68

B
Charger and Adapter Display 53

I n d ex
E
Safety 90
Charging the Battery
Backlight 54 19
Battery Charge Level Edit Contacts List 68
Clock & Calendar 54
21 Edit Voicemail # 41
Communities 38
Battery Information Entering and Editing
and Care 90 Consumer Information
Information 27
on SAR 107
Block List 78 Entering Text With the
Contacts 51
Bluetooth® 60, 73 QWERTY Keyboard 14
Contacts Listing 52
Bodily Contact During Exchange Folders 77

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Index
Exit Voice Control 83 How to Remove Your Lock Mode 24
Ez Tip Calculator 82 microSD™ Card 20 Lock My Phone 67

F I
Lock Phone 66
Lock Pictures 66

M
FCC Part 15 Class B Icon Glossary 61
Compliance 11 Important Information
FCC RF Exposure 11 Main Screen 53
Information 11 Important Safety Making Calls 22
FDA Consumer Update Precautions 1
Mass Storage 80
96 Incoming Calls 55, 57,
Memory Card Manager
Find [Name][Type] 82 58
72
Font Size 55, 63 Index 115
Menu Styles 54
Foregrounds 54 Industry Canada
Menus Overview 15
Compliance 11
G
Message Reminder 41

K
Messages 57, 58, 60
Getting Started with Messaging 31
I n d ex

Your Phone 19 Keyguard 60 Messenger 38, 42


Greeting 55 Keypad Light 56 Missed Alerts 30, 83

H
Keytones 59 Mobile email 38

L
More... 62, 76
Mute Function 24
Headset Mode 64
Language 56 My Account 28
Help 61, 83
Limit Calls 65 My Device Info 77
How to Install Your
microSD™ Card 20 Location 64 My Device Name 77

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My Name Card 64 Q Send a Contact 74
My Stuff 47 Quick Access to Send Files 74
My Words 61 Convenient Features Send Message 32

N
24 Send Msg to [Name]
Quick Messages 40 [Type]/ [Number] 82

R
Services 64
Navigation Keys 65
Set Mode 67
Notepad 84
Settings 39, 53, 76
Notification 39 Receiving Calls 23 Settings & Info 46

O
Redialing Calls 23 Signal Strength 22
Reset All Settings 71 Signature 39
On/Off 76 Reset phone 71 Slide Show 53
Reset Picture Message

P
Sounds 56
71
Special Numbers 68
Restrict and Lock 65
Speed Number 25
Pair with Hands Free Ringer Type 57
74 Speed Numbers 64
Roaming 67

I n d ex
Status Light 56

S
Phone Information 61

T
Phone Number 61
Phone Overview 13
Phone Status 83 Safety 86
Table of Contents 4
Photo Album 44 Safety Information 91
Technical Details 11
Picture Message 38, Scheduler 78
Text Entry 60
45 Screen Icons 22
Text Input 27
Print 46, 81 Screen Saver 53
Text Message 34
Security 67
The Battery 19

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Index
TIA Vibrate Type 58
(Telecommunications Visibility 76
Industry Association) Voice Control 82
Safety Information 86
Voice Guide 83
Time Format 54
Voice Memo 83
Tools 72
Voice Priority 78
Training 83
Voicemail 38
Trusted Devices 76
Volume 56
TTY Mode 62
Volume Quick
Tunes 30 Adjustment 24
Turning the Phone On
W
and Off 21

U Warning! Important
safety information 94
Unit Converter 85 Warranty Information
USB Mode 80 112
I n d ex

Use My Words 61 Web 28


Using Phone Menus Web Alerts 38, 41
28 Welcome 10
Utilities 85 Word Choice List 60

V
Word Completion 61
Word Prediction 61
Vehicle-Mounted World Clock 80
External Antenna 12
Version 62

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