LG U8110 Owner's Manual

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U81
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P/N : MMBB0113403
Rev. 1.0

Summary of Contents of owner's manual for LG U8110

  • Page 1 U8110 P/N : MMBB0113403 Rev. 1.0
  • Page 2LIMITED WARRANTY LG Electronics warrants to the original purchaser (end user) that the cellular product and its enclosed accessories will...
  • Page 3 (5) Products received for repair by the dealer or authorized service center after the product warranty has expired. (6)...
  • Page 4 Welcome to your LG U8110 handset User guides can be daunting things can’t they? But don’t worry, we’ve made...
  • Page 5 Table of Contents Emergency Services and Safety Precautions 10 Security code (4 to 8 digits) 27 Getting Started 14...
  • Page 6 Table of Contents Inbox 45 Voice calls 53 Outbox 46 Video calls 54 Drafts 46 All fax calls 54...
  • Page 7 Table of Contents Multimedia 60 Bookmarks 75 Video player 60 Saved page 75 Audio player 61 Clear cache 75...
  • Page 8 Table of Contents Unit Converter 88 Auto update date/time 96 Currency 88 Daylight Saving 96 Surface 89 Handset information...
  • Page 9 Table of Contents Connectivity 102 Memory status 102 Common memory 102 Reserved memory 102 USIM memory 102 Language 103...
  • Page 10 Table of Contents U 8 1 1 0 U s e r G u i d e Guidelines for...
  • Page 11Emergency Services and Safety Precautions • Do not allow battery to come into direct contact with an • Use a...
  • Page 12 Emergency Services and Safety Precautions General safety • You MUST NOT stop on the hard shoulder of a motorway...
  • Page 13Emergency Services and Safety Precautions Third party equipment Radio frequency energy The use of third party equipment, cables or accessories,...
  • Page 14 Emergency Services and Safety Precautions • While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various LG phone...
  • Page 15Getting Started Using the Battery, Charger and USIM Card Installing the Battery To install the battery, insert the bottom of...
  • Page 16 Getting Started Removing the Battery Turn the power off. (If power is left on, there is a chance you...
  • Page 17Getting Started If the backlight of sub-display is red when you connect charger: Charging the Battery The battery is fully...
  • Page 18 Getting Started Disconnecting the Charger If your phone is being charged, the display will show the charging status. When...
  • Page 19Getting Started Battery Information and Care 10. Battery life will vary due to usage patterns and 1. Never use an...
  • Page 20 Getting Started Installing the USIM card Your USIM card contains your phone number, service details and contacts and must...
  • Page 21Getting to know your LG U8110 Familiarise yourself with its features Earpiece Main screen Right soft box displays a variety...
  • Page 22 Getting to know your LG U8110 Handstrap hole Camera Antenna Battery lock Stereo Flash headset jack Battery cover Front...
  • Page 23Getting to know your LG U8110 Your handset’s home screen Your handset’s home screen is divided into three basic displays:...
  • Page 24 Getting to know your LG U8110 Display Information The table below describes various display indicators or icons that appear...
  • Page 25Getting to know your LG U8110 Your handset’s keys and navigation (1) The Triangle key (6) The End key (On/Off)...
  • Page 26 Getting to know your LG U8110 Function of keys when phone is idle Navigation key Up : Quick Menu...
  • Page 27General Functions Turning your handset on Access Codes Ensure that your USIM card is in your handset and the battery...
  • Page 28 General Functions PUK code (4 to 8 digits) Barring Password The PUK (PIN Unblocking Key) code is required to...
  • Page 29General Functions Making and Answering calls 3. To start the video function, press the left soft key [Video]. Ensure you...
  • Page 30 General Functions Making a voice/video call from Contacts Making a voice call It is easy to call anyone whose...
  • Page 31 General Functions Adjusting the Volume 2. End the call by closing the handset or pressing the key. During a call,...
  • Page 32 General Functions Changing the Text Input Mode Using the T9 Mode 1. When you are in a field that...
  • Page 33 General Functions Example Using the 123 (Number) Mode Press to type Good The 123 Mode enables you to enter numbers...
  • Page 34 General Functions Character chart Notice General text entry rules for use with the abc mode. Refer to the table...
  • Page 35 Menu tree Your handset offers a set of functions that allow you to use and customise the handset. These functions...
  • Page 36 Menu tree 1. Messages (see page 40) 2. Calling (see page 52) 3. Multimedia (see page 60) 1.1 New...
  • Page 37 Menu tree 4. Contacts (see page 68) 5. Applications (see page 72) 6. Browser (see page 74) 4.1 Add new...
  • Page 38 Menu tree 7. Organiser (see page 78) 8. Tools (see page 86) 9. Settings (see page 94) 7.1 Calendar...
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  • Page 401.Messages 1.1 New message 1.2 Inbox 1.3 Outbox 1.4 Drafts 1.5 Mailbox 1.6 Templates 1.7 Emoticons 1.8 Settings
  • Page 41Messages (Menu1) New message Multimedia message Text message Creating an Multimedia message Press the Message shortcut key to display Messages...
  • Page 42 Messages When a recipient has been specified, another field Creating an Multimedia message slide where you can specify another...
  • Page 43Messages (Menu 1) Multimedia message send menu 3. Press the key to pause playback of the message, Send now and...
  • Page 44 Messages Viewing Multimedia messages in the Inbox and ] Reply with: Creates reply to the selected message. Outbox ]...
  • Page 45Messages (Menu 1) Email 6. When you have finished writing a message, press To send the email, you should set...
  • Page 46 Messages Inbox ] Message info.: You can view the information on a selected message. 1. You can view saved...
  • Page 47Messages (Menu 1) Outbox Drafts 1. You can view sent messages. Select a message and 1. You can view saved...
  • Page 48 Messages Mailbox ] Delete all: You can delete all messages. 1. Select Mailbox. ] Message info.: You can view...
  • Page 49Messages (Menu 1) Settings Multimedia message Select Multimedia message from the Settings menu to Text message configure Multimedia message related...
  • Page 50 Messages ] Validity period This menu allows you to configure the term of validity for a message when transmitting...
  • Page 51Messages (Menu 1) Email (To set up an account) To retrieve an email, do the following: This menu allows you...
  • Page 52 Messages 2.Calling 2.1 Video calls 2.2 Call history 2.3 Call divert 2.4 Call duration 2.5 Call costs 2.6 Fixed...
  • Page 53Calling (Menu 2) Video calls Call history You can access the call register by pressing the My picture size key...
  • Page 54 Calling Received calls Call divert Allows you to view received call records, make a call, This menu allows you...
  • Page 55Calling (Menu 2) Video calls Call duration You can divert video calls to other 3 handsets that Shows call duration...
  • Page 56 Calling Fixed dial numbers Call barring You can fix dialling to specified phone numbers only. Call barring allows you...
  • Page 57Calling (Menu 2) Video calls Settings The following options are available: ] All outgoing: Calls cannot be made. Call waiting...
  • Page 58 Calling Call reject Answer mode This menu allows you to enable or disable call reject for Allows you to...
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  • Page 603.Multimedia 3.1 Video player 3.2 Audio player 3.3 Image viewer 3.4 Video camera 3.5 Camera
  • Page 61Multimedia (Menu 3) Video player Press the left soft key [Options] to display the following popup menu items This application...
  • Page 62 Multimedia Press the left soft key [Options] to display the following Audio player popup menu items This application plays...
  • Page 63Multimedia (Menu 3) Press the left soft key [Options] to display the following Press the left soft key [Options] to...
  • Page 64 Multimedia Image viewer ] Delete: Deletes the selected image. This application enables you to view still images. The ]...
  • Page 65Multimedia (Menu 3) Press the left soft key [Options] to display the following Video camera popup menu items (in 2....
  • Page 66 Multimedia Camera ] Shutter sound: Determines the sound when the shutter is pressed. This application enables you to take...
  • Page 67 Multimedia 4.Contacts 4.1 Add new 4.2 Search 4.3 Group 4.4 Speed dials 4.5 Clear Contacts 4.6 Service dial numbers...
  • Page 68Contacts (Menu 4) This menu allows you to save and manage contact On the screen, a saved image or avatar...
  • Page 69 Contacts Speed dials Copy all This menu allows you to configure speed dial numbers. This menu allows you to...
  • Page 70Contacts (Menu 4) Move all Settings This menu allows you to move all the information from Allows you to set...
  • Page 71 Contacts 5.Applications 5.1 My applications 5.2 Download applications 5.3 Settings U8110 User Guide l Contacts 71
  • Page 72Applications (Menu 5) This Handset supports JavaTM so that you can download 3. Press the left soft key [Options] to...
  • Page 73 Applications 6.Browser 6.1 Home 6.2 Bookmarks 6.3 Saved pages 6.4 Settings 6.5 Go to URL 6.6 Clear cache 6.7...
  • Page 74Browser (Menu 6) 3 brings you a whole world of communications, ] Bookmarks: You can add the current page to...
  • Page 75 Browser Bookmarks Security certificates This function allows you to store and edit frequently A list of the available certificates...
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  • Page 777.Organiser 7.1 Calendar 7.2 To do 7.3 Memo 7.4 Secret memo
  • Page 78Organiser (Menu 7) Calendar Adding a New Schedule Item 1. Select the left soft key [Options] in the Monthly Monthly...
  • Page 79 Organiser Deleting a Schedule Item Set holiday 1. Select the left soft key [Options] in the Monthly 1. Select...
  • Page 80Organiser (Menu 7) Searching for a Schedule Item 2. Input the desired date to move to and press the Select...
  • Page 81 Organiser To do To do Done/Not yet done 1. If you wish to mark an item in the saved...
  • Page 82Organiser (Menu 7) 3. To release the lock again, select Move to Normal Memo memo in the Secret memo item....
  • Page 83 Organiser File info. Secret memo You can view the title, size and created date of the 1. Select the...
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  • Page 858.Tools 8.1 Quick menu 8.2 Alarm clock 8.3 Calculator 8.4 World time 8.5 Unit converter 8.6 Timer 8.7 Voice recorder...
  • Page 86Tools (Menu 8) Quick menu ] View info.: In the added menu item list, press the left soft key [Options]....
  • Page 87 Tools Alarm clock When you have completed configuration, press the key to save the changed alarm The alarm function...
  • Page 88Tools (Menu 8) Calculator Unit Converter The calculator function allows you to add, subtract, This function converts any measurement into...
  • Page 89 Tools Surface Weight 1. Select Surface menu. 1. Select Weight menu. 2. Select desired unit to convert using the...
  • Page 90Tools (Menu 8) Volume Timers 1. Select Volume menu. Date finder 2. Select desired unit to convert using the right...
  • Page 91 Tools Stopwatch Voice recorder A Stopwatch function is provided. This function allows you to record a voice memo. You...
  • Page 92Tools (Menu 8) Log ] Editing a profile Select a Server sync item in the Tools menu and then 1....
  • Page 93 Tools 9.Settings 9.1Profiles 9.1 Profiles 9.2 Handset 9.2 Phone 9.3Display 9.3 Screen 9.4Network 9.4 Network 9.5Access 9.5 Accesspoints points...
  • Page 94Settings (Menu 9) Profiles ] Voice ringtune You can configure Voice/Vibration ringtune, key tone, This option determines the Voice ringtune...
  • Page 95 Settings ] Alert for ] Switch off sound This option determines whether to play a ringtune for This option...
  • Page 96Settings (Menu 9) Handset 3. Input the date using the numeric keys. You can change the format of the time...
  • Page 97 Settings Screen Item Default Value In this menu, you can configure screen dispaly options Off including Screen settings and...
  • Page 98Settings (Menu 9) Dialling font ] Incoming call You can configure the font size and colour of the You can...
  • Page 99 Settings Front screen colour Network You can configure the backlight colour of the front screen. Network selection ] Automatic...
  • Page 100Settings (Menu 9) Access points Security This menu shows the Access Point List. Select the right You can set a...
  • Page 101 Settings 5. The maximum number of attempts at PUK code input 2. Select PIN or PIN2 Code and press...
  • Page 102Settings (Menu 9) Handset lock Connectivity You can use security code to avoid unauthorized use of This function shows the...
  • Page 103 Settings Language This function allows you to set the language used in the handset. Reset settings This function allows...
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  • Page 105And so on... 1. Troubleshooting 2. Accessories 3. Glossary 4. Index
  • Page 106 Troubleshooting Please check to see if any problems you have encountered with the phone are described in this section before...
  • Page 107 Troubleshooting Q Why does the battery life get shorter in standby mode? Q I cannot find the lock, PIN,...
  • Page 108 Accessories Charger This adapter allows you to charge the battery. It supports standard Europe/Australia/U.K. and Hongkong (100-240 Volt 50/60Hz outlets)....
  • Page 109 Accessories Headset USB cable Hand strap Battery Connects to your phone, Connects your phone to a PC. allowing hands-free...
  • Page 110 Glossary 2G AMR Second Generation wireless communication system. 2G system Adaptive Multirate codec. A voice codec developed by ETSI for...
  • Page 111 Glossary JavaTM MMS (Multimedia Message Service) Programming language generating applications that can run on all A message service for...
  • Page 112 Glossary MPEG4 SDN (Service Dial Number) Motion Picture Experts Group 4. A digital video standard Telephone numbers supplied by your...
  • Page 113 Glossary UMTS Voice mail Universal Mobile Telephony System. UMTS refers to Computerised answering service that automatically answers your asynchronous...
  • Page 114 Index A C D Access Codes 26 Calculator 88 Dialled calls 53 Access points 100, 110 Calendar 78 Dialling font...
  • Page 115 Index G K MMS 111 GPRS network 23 Key tone 95 MP3 111 GSM network 23 Key tone volume...
  • Page 116 Index P S T PIN code 26 Screen 97 T9 37 PIN code request 100 Screen theme 98 Templates 47...
  • Page 117 Index V 3G 110 Vibrate on 23 3G network 23 video call 28, 113 Video calls 52 Video camera...
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  • Page 119Memo
  • Page 120Memo
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