LG U900 Owner's Manual

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Summary of Contents of owner's manual for LG U900

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  • Page 2: Disposal of your old applianceDisposal of your old appliance 1. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is attached to a product it means the...
  • Page 3: LIMITED WARRANTYLIMITED WARRANTY LG Electronics warrants to the original purchaser (end user) that the cellular product and its enclosed accessories will...
  • Page 4 (5) Products received for repair by the dealer or authorized service center after the product warranty has expired. (6)...
  • Page 5: Welcome to your LG U900 handset Welcome to your LG U900 handset User guides can be daunting things, can’t they? But don’t worry, we’ve made...
  • Page 6: Table of Contents Table of Contents Emergency Services and Safety Precautions.............10 Making and Answering calls ....................................... 27 Getting Started ............................................................. 14 Making...
  • Page 7Profiles........................................................................... 44 Reset settings .............................................................. 52 Settings ........................................................................ 48 Date & time.................................................................... 48 Browser ........................................................................ 54 Time................................................................................ 48 Home ................................................................................
  • Page 8 Table of Contents Multimedia message ...................................................... 60 Multimedia..................................................................... 80 Email............................................................................... 63 Video camera ................................................................ 80 Camera .......................................................................... 81 Inbox...
  • Page 9Adding To do Items ........................................................ 95 Weight .......................................................................... 106 To do Delete ................................................................... 95 Temperature ................................................................. 107 Finished/Not finished...................................................... 95...
  • Page 10 Table of Contents Deactivate all ................................................................ 113 Call barring.................................................................. 113 Voice calls .................................................................... 113 Video calls .................................................................... 113 Deactivate...
  • Page 11: Guidelines for safe and efficient use Guidelines for safe and efficient use Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be dangerous or illegal. Further...
  • Page 12: Emergency Services and Safety Precautions Emergency Services and Safety Precautions Do not allow battery to come into direct The earpiece may become warm during...
  • Page 13Hospital safety time. We therefore recommend that you do not turn on or off the handset close to your Switch...
  • Page 14 Emergency Services and Safety Precautions Switch off your handset at refueling points Third party equipment and petrol stations, even...
  • Page 15Radio frequency energy the phone transmitting at its highest certified power level in all used frequency bands Your handset is...
  • Page 16: Getting Started Getting Started Using the Battery, Charger and USIM Card Installing the Battery To install the battery, insert the bottom...
  • Page 17Removing the Battery Turn the power off. (If power is left on, there is a chance you could lose the...
  • Page 18 Getting Started The battery is fully discharged, it will take 2. Connect the charger to a standard AC wall...
  • Page 19Disconnecting the Charger If the battery fails to charge completely: When charging is finished, disconnect the After turning the phone...
  • Page 20 Getting Started 7. Recharge the battery after long periods of 4. When setting the theme of the idle screen,...
  • Page 21Installing the USIM card Notice Your USIM card contains your phone number, When you need to remove the USIM card,...
  • Page 22: Getting to know your LG U900 Getting to know your LG U900 Familiarise yourself with its features Main screen Earpiece Left soft box Right soft...
  • Page 23 Camera Loudspeaker flash Battery lock USIM card socket Battery terminals Antenna Side of handset Keys Earpiece jack Key tone...
  • Page 24 Getting to know your LG U900 Your handset’s home screen Your handset’s home screen is divided into three basic...
  • Page 25Display Information The table below describes various display indicators or icons that appear on the phone’s display screen. On-Screen Icons...
  • Page 26 Getting to know your LG U900 Your handset’s keys and navigation (1) The Menu key (6) The End key...
  • Page 27Function of keys when phone is idle When the Slide is opend When the Slide is closed Extra keys Video...
  • Page 28: General Functions General Functions Turning your handset on PIN code (4 to 8 digits) Ensure that your USIM card is in...
  • Page 29Security code (4 to 8 digits) 1. Input the phone number using the keypad, or select the phone number from...
  • Page 30 General Functions Scroll to your chosen contact and press the Making a voice/video call key. To make a voice...
  • Page 311. Open the flip and press the key to Warning answer an incoming call. Due to higher volume levels, don't...
  • Page 32 General Functions Changing the Text Input Mode If the word is still incorrect after typing completely, press the key...
  • Page 33Using the ABC Mode navigation and numeric keys to select the desired symbol and press the key. Use the to...
  • Page 34 General Functions Character chart Notice General text entry rules for use with the abc Refer to the table below...
  • Page 35: Menu treeMenu tree Your handset offers a set of functions that allow Each menu and sub-menu allows you to view you...
  • Page 36 Menu tree 1. Screen (see page 40) 2. Profiles (see page 44) 3. Settings (see page 48) 1.1 Screen...
  • Page 374. Browser (see page 54) 5. Messages (see page 60) 6. My stuff (see page 72) 4.1 Home 5.1 Create...
  • Page 38 Menu tree 8. Contacts (see page 84) *. Organiser (see page 92) 0. Tools (see page 100) 8.1 Add...
  • Page 39#. Calling (see page 110) #.1 Video calls #.8 Call waiting #.2 Call history #.8.1 Activate #.2.1 Missed calls #.8.2...
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  • Page 41Screen 1. Press the 2. Press the 1 (Menu) key. key for Screen.
  • Page 42: Screen Screen This menu allows you to personalise the display Menu style options of the screens and of the menus’...
  • Page 43Backlight Allows you to set backlight duration, selecting from the following options: 5, 10, 15, 30 seconds, 1, 2, 3...
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  • Page 45Profiles 1. Press the 2 (Menu) key. 2. Press the key for Profiles.
  • Page 46: Profiles Profiles The profiles menu allows you to personalise and set call tones, message tones, and videophone event tones. The...
  • Page 47Volume: You can set the ring tone volume, Switch on file: You can select which file will choosing from 7...
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  • Page 49Settings 1. Press the 3 (Menu) key. 2. Press the key for Settings.
  • Page 50: Settings Settings Date & time You can change the format of the time and date display as well as the...
  • Page 51Daylight saving This function enables Summer time. Configuring Daylight saving to On immediately applies summer time for the cities which...
  • Page 52 Settings Access points 1. Select PIN code request from the security menu and press the key. This menu shows...
  • Page 53You can select the menu from When switching case, ask 3 Customer Service to unlock on, If USIM changed, Immediate,...
  • Page 54 Settings Common memory This function shows the status of the user memory of the handset. Reserved memory This function...
  • Page 55Browser 1. Press the 2. Press the 4 (Menu) key. key for Browser.
  • Page 56: Browser Browser 3 brings you a whole world of communications, Go to URL: Connect to the specific URL information and...
  • Page 57Bookmarks This function allows you to store and edit frequently accessed sites. The following options are available. Press the left...
  • Page 58 Browser Security Certificates: A list of the available certificates is shown. Session clear: Allows you to close the security...
  • Page 59Cache Live Streaming Enabling Cache allows you to store accessed This application lets you watch live streaming pages to your...
  • Page 60 Browser Normal Streaming 3. Mute/ UnMute key: Mute/unmute the sound temporarily. Normal streaming is very similar to live streaming....
  • Page 61Messages 1. Press the 2. Press the 5 (Menu) key. key for Messages.
  • Page 62: Messages Messages Create new message Text message Press the Message shortcut key to display Messages menu, select Create new message...
  • Page 63Multimedia message 8. You can preview the message by using the left soft key [Options] while creating a 1. You...
  • Page 64 Messages Move to Slide: Directly moves to the chosen slide. Dictionary: Selects dictionary mode. Add to dictionary: Adds the...
  • Page 65 When the multimedia message includes URL, Use: Extracts the phone number, Email you can try to connect the site....
  • Page 66 Messages Tip To input @, select the key [Symbol], and then press 9 numeric key pad to input or...
  • Page 67 Move: Moves a selected message. Copy: Copies a selected message. Message Info.: Displays information about the selected message. Mailbox...
  • Page 68 Messages View objects: Shows the attachment file Outbox - messages waiting to be sent list. Outbox is a temporary...
  • Page 69 Reply: Creates reply to the selected message. Forward: You can forward a selected message. View: You can view a...
  • Page 70 Messages Delivery report - Allow report: Determines whether to allow sending a delivery confirmation mail for a Allows you...
  • Page 71Slide duration 4. You can authenticate by pressing the right soft key [Done]. This menu allows you to configure the...
  • Page 72 Messages Voicemail This menu allows you to get the voice mail if this feature is supported by the network...
  • Page 73My stuff 1. Press the 2. Press the 6 (Menu) key. key for My stuff.
  • Page 74: My stuff My stuff My images This application enables you to view still images. The image files saved in the handset...
  • Page 75 View as slideshow: You can start the slide Zoom: You can zoom in and out the image. show. Original...
  • Page 76 My stuff Pause: Pauses the selected video. Send: Enables the selected video to be sent via MMS, Email and...
  • Page 77 Capture: Captures an image from the video Files file. - Move: Enables the file to be moved other Set...
  • Page 78 My stuff My sounds This application plays MP3, MIDI and AAC files so that you can listen to them....
  • Page 79Press the left soft key [Options] to display the Sort by: Sorts audio files. following popup menu items(in 2. Audio...
  • Page 80 My stuff Play lists This option enables you to view a list of saved audio/video files. You can add...
  • Page 81Multimedia 1. Press the 2. Press the 7 (Menu) key. key for Multimedia.
  • Page 82: Multimedia Multimedia Video camera This application enables you to record a video clip. You can play and watch a saved...
  • Page 83Camera This application enables you to take a still picture. You can take a picture in your desired size, and...
  • Page 84 Multimedia Voice recorder This function allows you to record a voice memo. You can record voice messages with each...
  • Page 85Contacts 8 1. Press the 2. Press the (Menu) key. key for Contacts.
  • Page 86: Contacts Contacts This menu allows you to save and manage contact address information. The Contacts functions provide functions to add...
  • Page 87Groups This menu allows you to manage group information. By default, there are 4 groups: family, friends, colleagues and school....
  • Page 88 Contacts Handset to USIM: You can copy the entry from the handset memory to the USIM card (not all...
  • Page 89Applications 1. Press the 2. Press the 9 (Menu) key. key for Applications.
  • Page 90: Applications Applications This Handset supports JavaTM so that you can By default, the setting is on the game page of...
  • Page 91Press the left soft key [Options] to display the following popup menu items. Activate: Activates the selected item. Add new:...
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  • Page 93Organiser 1. Press the 2. Press the * (Menu) key. key for Organiser.
  • Page 94: Organiser Organiser Calendar Monthly Schedule Management 1. Select the Organiser from the top menu. 2. Select Calendar and press the...
  • Page 959. Select the expiration type using the left and right navigation keys. 10. Input the expiration date using the numeric...
  • Page 96 Organiser Searching for a Schedule Item Select the left soft key [Options] in the Monthly schedule management screen, select...
  • Page 97Adding To do Items 1. To add a new To do item, select Add new using the left soft key...
  • Page 98 Organiser Memo Saved Memo’s 1. Select the Organiser from the top menu. 2. Select the Memo item and press...
  • Page 993. To view or delete the memo set up as a Mark/Unmark secret memo, you have to input the 1....
  • Page 100 Organiser Settings Calendar You can change Calendar Default view and Week start time to desired options. Press right soft...
  • Page 101Tools 0 1. Press the 2. Press the (Menu) key. key for Tools.
  • Page 102: Tools Tools Quick menu Quick menu allows you to add your own favourites to the list already provided. Add new:...
  • Page 103Alarm clock The alarm function allows you to set up multiple separate alarms. You can also set the time, repetition...
  • Page 104 Tools Connectivity Bluetooth Paired devices Select the Paired devices by pressing the OK key. This function allows you to...
  • Page 105Settings Connect This menu allows you to configure the profile for Select Server synchronisation from the a bluetooth. Connectivity menu...
  • Page 106 Tools 2. Input and choose the Profile name, Host address, Username, Password, Contacts, Contact name, Calendar, Calendar name, To...
  • Page 107World time The World time function provides time information on major cities worldwide. 1. You can view the time of...
  • Page 108 Tools Surface 1. Select Surface menu. 2. Select desired unit to convert using the key [Unit]. 3. Input standard...
  • Page 109Temperature 1. Select Temperature menu. 2. Input the standard unit to view converted value. 3. Press the right soft key...
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  • Page 111Calling 1. Press the 2. Press the # (Menu) key. key for Calling.
  • Page 112: Calling Calling Video calls My picture size This menu allows you to configure your own picture size to either Large,...
  • Page 113 You can view detailed information about the Received video call call records such as the date, time and call...
  • Page 114 Calling All calls Displays overall call duration. Call divert This menu allows you to configure the call divert service...
  • Page 115Deactivate all All call divert settings are deactivated. Call barring Call barring allows you to restrict from making and receiving...
  • Page 116 Calling Incoming when abroad: Calls cannot be deactivate call waiting, or View status, to check received when you are...
  • Page 117 Reject group: If the Reject Category Press send key: You can answer an ‘Groups’ is selected from the Reject...
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  • Page 119And so on...
  • Page 120: Troubleshooting Troubleshooting Please check to see if any problems you have Q Why is there an echo when a connection...
  • Page 121Q Why does the battery life get shorter in Q Incoming calls do-not reach me. standby mode? A Is your...
  • Page 122: Accessories Accessories Charger This adapter allows you to charge the battery. It supports standard Europe/Australia/U.K. and Hongkong (100-240 Volt 50/60Hz...
  • Page 123Headset USB cable CD Battery Connects to your Connects your phone to phone, allowing a PC. hands-free operation. Includes earpiece,...
  • Page 124: Glossary Glossary 2G AMR Second Generation wireless communication Adaptive Multirate codec. A voice codec system. 2G system supports low quality...
  • Page 125Line Identification Services (Caller ID) or audio clips, and later also video clips and presentation information. Service allowing subscribers to...
  • Page 126 Glossary Multiparty Calls Quick play Ability to establish a conference call involving up Quick play means a new type...
  • Page 127USIM Universal Subscriber Identity Module. An IC card used for UMTS the shape of which is the same as that...
  • Page 128: Index Index A C F Access Codes........................... 26 Calculator............................... 104 Fixed dial numbers .................. 114 Access points ........................... 50 Calendar...
  • Page 129 L N R Language ................................ 51 Network .................................. 49 Received calls........................ 111 Line Identification Services ...... 123 Roaming ............................... 124...
  • Page 130 Index T Voice calls ...................... 112, 113 T9 .......................................... 30 Voice mail ............................. 125 Templates ............................... 67 Voice message...
  • Page 131: Declaration of Conformity
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