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LG-C900B User Guide - English
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Co Congratulations on your purchase of the Rig th advanced and compact LG-C900B phone of • T by LG, designed to operate with the latest digital mobile communication technology. • •
Copyrights and trademarks Rights to all technologies and products that comprise this device are the property of their respective owners: • This product includes software licensed from MS, an affi liate of the Microsoft Corporation. Microsoft and software bearing the Microsoft name are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation. Before using this product, refer to the MICROSOFT SOFTWARE LICENSE TERMS FOR WINDOWS PHONE 7 SOFTWARE Agreement at the back of this guide for inform
Contents A Assembling ................................................ 5 Personal Information ............................... 47 G Getting to know your phone ....................... 5 People Hub ............................................ 47 Open view ................................................ 6 Me card ................................................. 48 Slide Out QWERTY Keyboard ..................... 7 Calendar ................................................ 49 Installing the USIM and
Assembling 47 Getting to know your phone 47 48 49 Headset Jack 49 Power/Lock key 54 • Long press (5 secs) for Power 54 ON / OFF. 56 • Short press to turn the screen 58 on or off . 59 Speaker Mic. 59 Allows other callers to hear 60 you during a call, Voice 61 recording or Voice Command. 63 Earpiece 63 Lets you hear the caller and 63 prompts. 63 64 Proximity sensor 64 S ear ch Butt on 65 Open Quick Search 68 WARNING: Star t Butt on 68 Putting a heavy Return to the Start screen; 69 obje
Assembling Sl Volume keys Charger, Data cable (USB cable) • When the screen is idle: volume of system tone & ring tone. TIP: Before 1 • During a call: earpiece volume. connecting the USB cable, wait until the • When playing a track: controls track 2 phone has powered volume. up and been Camera key 3 registered on the • Go to camera preview directly by pressing network. the camera key when on homescreen. 4 1 Battery cover Open view 2 External 3 camera lens Battery 4 5 Camera
Slide Out QWERTY Keyboard 5 Delete Button 1 Caps Button 2 fn Button 6 Enter Button 7 Directional 3 Language( ng )/Symbol Buttons Button 4 Space Button 1 Caps Button lets you enter capital 7 Directional Buttons scrolls through the letters. menu items and highlights a specifi c er fi eld or object by pressing up, down, left 2 fn Button lets you enter alternate or right. characters such as @ (using the A button). To lock the fn button, press the fn button. To unlock the button, press NOTES:
Assembling 3 Install the USIM card 5 Installing the USIM and battery The USIM card should be inserted with Al 1 Remove the battery cover the gold-coloured contacts downwards pic Place your thumbnail in the cover opening. towards the phone, and the notch in the dir Open the cover as pictured below. USIM pointing to the bottom of the phone. 2 Remove the battery Ch Using the cut-out at the bottom, lift it from Op the battery compartment. of plu 4 Install the battery First, insert the top
5 Close the battery cover NOTE: The battery must be fully charged initially to improve battery lifetime. Align the cover hook to the latch as pictured below. Close the cover in the direction of the arrow. WARNING: Do not connect the e. charger to the phone without the battery. You must check the battery is inserted before charging. WARNING: Do not remove your battery or USIM card while charging. Charging your phone Open the charger socket cover on the side of your LG-C900B. Insert
Navigating your Windows Phone • For best performance, tap the touch screen Turning the Phone On and Off D with your fi ngertip. The touch screen will A Turning the phone on not react to touches of pointing tools, such q as a stylus or pen. 1 Press and hold the [Power/Lock] button t for a couple of seconds. • Your device turns off the touch screen when i you do not use the device for a specifi ed NOTE: When you turn on your phone for the d period. To turn on the screen, press [Power] fi
n Double Tap Pan A double tap is two A pan is a single fi nger h quick downward placed down and touches on the screen moved across the en in the same place. The screen in any direction. double tap commands The pan gesture ends r] the phone to zoom in when the fi nger is or out, as appropriate. lifted from the screen. Either the content will follow (as with moving > Touch and Hold a map into the center To touch and hold, the of the screen) or it can fi nger is pressed down be us
Navigating your Windows Phone G Flick Pinch and Stretch sc A fl ick is a single fi nger Pinch and stretch are down moved rapidly in opposites of each other. Fro op any direction and ends These gestures are used with the fi nger up. A often with maps when ph fl ick can follow a pan zooming in and out. gesture. Pinching is achieved A fl ick gesture moves by moving two fi ngers content from one downward on the area to another screen and bringing area. The controls them together. This or th
1 Simply swipe your fi nger up or down Getting to know your Start to view them. screen You can also customize tiles on the Start From this screen you can access menu screen, which are shortcuts to your options, make a call, view the status of your favourite menus or applications. phone and much more. NOTES: When you are in a standby display after unlocking the phone, swipe your fi nger upward, then you can see the start screen displaying application tiles. Knowing and navigating the S
Navigating your Windows Phone Tiles on Start screen Ic A tile is a visual shortcut for an application or content that users can set in an arbitrary location on the phone Start screen. Tiles that use the tile notifi cation feature can update the tile graphic or title, or increment a counter, enabling users to create a personalized, “glanceable” Start experience. Start is always presented in portrait view. Icon Description Make calls, obtain quick access to recent callers, favorites, and all of
Icon Description View photos and videos that you have taken with your new Windows Phone, received in Email or MMS messages, or synced from your computer’s Zune Software (Windows OS only). View photos in portrait or landscape format. Zoom in on photos for a closer look. Send an email or MMS messages with photos. Also able to view and upload Facebook photos. Music/Video player – plays music, videos, or podcasts. Plus, you can also listen to music and news on the FM radio. Listen to music whil
Navigating your Windows Phone [Status bar] Viewing the status bar 2 The status bar uses diff erent icons to 1. Cellular signal strength display phone information, such as signal Very high signal strength strength, new messages, battery life, and High signal strength active Bluetooth and data connections. Medium signal strength Below is a table explaining the meaning of icons you’re likely to see in the status bar. Low signal strength Very low signal strength Extremely low signal strength a b
2. Cellular data connection 5. Wi-Fi connection GPRS Connected to a Wi-Fi network G with a very high signal strength. RTT 1X Connected to a Wi-Fi network DO EVDO with a high signal strength. E EDGE Connected to a Wi-Fi network 3G 3G with a medium signal strength. H HSDPA/HSUPA Connected to a Wi-Fi network EVDV DV with a low signal strength. WIMAX W Wi-Fi is turned on, but your L LTE phone isn't connected to a Wi-Fi network. 3. Call forwarding 6. Bluetooth device T he call forwarding is tu
Navigating your Windows Phone Navigating and Setting Ge 8. Input language and method To Applications Shift is on. be Access applications me Shift Lock is on. To access your Windows Phone’s Fo Fn is on. applications, 1 1 On the Start, Tap the arrow to access Fn Lock is on. the application list. 2 DE German (DE) Or, on Start, fl ick left to the application 3 list. EN English (EN) 2 Pan down to the tile if it isn’t already Spanish (ES) ES visible. 4 FR French (FR) 3 Select an applicati
Getting to know the application bar Application bar menu To set the application, you can use the The Application Bar Menu is an optional below application bar and application bar way for users to access specifi c tasks menu. from the Application Bar. The Application Bar Menu can be accessed by tapping For example, to read a message the visual indicator of sequential dots 1 On the Start screen, Tap the arrow to in the Application Bar or by fl icking the s access the application list. Ap
Navigating your Windows Phone Application bar icons Cu The following are some of the icons for the application setting that are frequently used. Ph Ge it t NEW ADD remove/minus CONFIRM Se 1 CLOSE SYNC REFRESH CANCEL 2 Tu QUESTION MARK EXCLAMATION BACK NEXT so Yo Ne em DELETE SEARCH SAVE FOLDER 1 2 VIDEO CAMERA E-MAIL SETTINGS Sw Yo vo FAVORITES ADD TO FAVORITES DOWNLOAD UPLOAD ico Ad Pre th SHARE EDIT EXPAND MENU PLAY PAUSE PREVIOUS/REWIND NEXT/FASTFORWARD 20 LG-C900B | User Guide
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