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LG600G Guía del usuario
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LG600G User Guide P/N : MMBB0264304 1.0 G
LG600G User Guide
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LG600G User Guide - ENGLISH
Table of Contents Turning Your Phone On and Off 18 For Your Safety 6 Access Codes Important Information Security code (4 digits) Before You Start Safety Instructions General Functions 19 Safety Information Making a Call FCC RF Exposure Information 8 Making a Call by Send Key CAUTION 9 Making International Calls Body-worn Operation Ending a Call Vehicle Mounted ExternalAntenna Making a Call From the Contact List (optional, if available) Adjusting the Volume 20 FCC Part 15 Class B Com
Table of Contents In-Call Menu 25Contacts 32 During a Call Contact List Making a Second Call New Contact Swapping Between Two Calls Caller Groups Answering an Incoming Call Speed Dial List 33 Rejecting an Incoming Call Copy All Contacts Muting the Microphone 26 Delete All Contacts Using the Speakerphone My Business Card Conference Calls View Options Making a Second Call 27 My Numbers Setting Up a Conference Call Activate the Conference Call on Hold Messages 34 Adding Calls to the C
Table of Contents Recent Calls 42 Games & Apps 49 Missed Calls Games Dialed Calls Applications Received Calls Information 50 Check Memory All Calls Java Version Call Duration Last Call Dialed Calls My Stuff 51 Received Calls 43 Games All Calls Applications Data Counter Audio & Ringtones Data time Graphics Data volume Camera & Recordings 52 Take Photo Tools 44 Record Voice 54 Alarm Clock Other Files Calendar Notepad 45 Web Access 55 Calculator 46 Home Tip Calculator Bookmarks Wor
For Your Safety Be careful when using your phone Important Information near other electronic devices. RF This user guide contains important emissions from your mobile phone information on the use and operation may affect nearby in adequately of this phone. Please read all the shielded electronic equipment. You information carefully for optimal should consult with manufacturers performance and to prevent any of any personal medical devices such damage to or misuse of the phone. as pa
For Your Safety v Never place your phone in a v Do not use a hand-held phone while microwave oven as it will cause the driving. battery to explode. v Do not use the phone in areas v Do not dispose of your battery by where its use is prohibited. (For fire or with hazardous or flammable example: aircraft). materials. v Do not expose the battery charger v Make sure that no sharp-edged or adapter to direct sunlight or use it items come into contact with the in places with high humidity, s
For Your Safety v Do not damage the power cord v Only authorized personnel by bending, twisting, pulling, or should service the phone and its heating. Do not use the plug if it is accessories. Faulty installation or loose as it may cause a fire or electric service may result in accidents shock. and consequently invalidate the warranty. v Do not place any heavy items on the power cord. Do not allow the power v Do not hold or let the antenna come cord to be crimped as it may cause in co
For Your Safety safety standard previously set by inches(1.5cm) must be maintained both U.S. and international standards between the user s body and the back bodies. of the phone. Third-party belt-clips, holsters, and similar accessories The design of this phone complies containing metallic components with the FCC guidelines and these should not be used. Body-worn international standards. accessories that cannot maintain 0.6 inches(1.5cm) separation distance CAUTION between the user’s
For Your Safety FCC Part 15 Class B Compliance Adapter (Charger) Cautions This device and its accessories v Using the wrong battery charger comply with part 15 of FCC rules. could damage your phone and void Operation is subject to the following your warranty. two conditions: (1) This device and its v T he adapter or battery charger is accessories may not cause harmful intended for indoor use only. interference, and (2) this device Do not expose the adapter or battery and it accessories m
Your Phone Phone Components 1. Earpiece 8. Display screen 9. Navigation key 2. Left soft key 10. Right soft key 11. OK key 3. Web key 12. Camera key 13. Clear key 4. Send key 14. END Key 5. Alphanumeric keys 6. Vibrate Mode key 15. Record Voice key 7. Microphone 11
Your Phone 8. Display screen: Displays phone Your Phone’s Features status icons, menu items, web 1. Earpiece: Lets you hear the caller. information, pictures and more in 2. Left soft key: Use for quick access full color. to the main menu. 9. Navigation key: Use for quick 3. Web key: Use for quick access to access to phone functions. the Web. 10. Right soft key: Use for quick 4. Send key: Use to place or answer access to messages. calls. Press this key in standby mode 11. OK key:
Your Phone Display Information Camera lens Icon area T Tr racF acFone one External display 4 4989.00 989.00 M Mi inutes nutes screen Text and graphic Y Yo ou u h have ave 0 0 area 1 10 0: :44 44a am m M Ma ar r 0 04 4 T Tu ue e Soft key M Menu enu M Messages essages indications Side keys/ Camera key • Control the volume of Area Description ringtone in standby mode • Control the speaker First line Displays various volume during a call (Icon area) icons. See opposite side of page
Your Phone On-Screen Icons Icon Description The table below describes various Indicates Vibration has been display indicators or icons that appear set for alert. on the phone’s display screen. Indicates the TTY has been set and is on. Icon Description You can divert a call. Indicates the strength of the network signal. You can use GPRS service. Indicates the battery charge level. Indicates that Ring after vibration has been set for Indicates a call is in progress. alert. Indicates the Al
Getting Started Installing the SIM When you subscribe to a cellular network, you are provided with a plugin SIM loaded with your subscription details, such as your PIN, any optional services available and many others. Important! The plug-in SIM and its contacts can be easily damaged by scratching or bending the card, 3. Slide the SIM into the SIM socket so be careful when handling, so that it locks the card into place. inserting or removing it. Keep all SIM out of the reach of sma
Getting Started 5. Attach the back cover by sliding up Note! into position until it clicks. When you need to remove the SIM, slide it, as shown, and take it out of the socket. Charging the Battery The use of unauthorized accessories could damage your phone and void your warranty. 4. To insert the battery, align the To use the travel charger provided with golden contacts of the battery with your phone: the corresponding connectors on 1. W ith the battery in position on the the batte
Getting Started 2. Connect the travel charger to a Notice standard AC wall outlet. Only use If the ba ttery fails to charge the travel charger that was provided completely: with the phone. v A fter turning the phone on and off, please attempt to recharge the battery. v After detaching and reattaching the battery, please attempt to recharge the battery. Warning T he travel charger must be unplugged before you remove the battery, otherwise, the phone could be damaged. 3. When a pho
Getting Started 3. T o turn your phone off, hold down Turning Your Phone On the [END] key for 3 seconds. and Off 1. To turn your phone on, hold down the [END] key for 3 seconds. Access Codes 2. If the phone asks for a PIN, enter the You can use the access codes PIN and the key. described in this section to avoid The phone will search for your unauthorized use of your phone. The network. When it has successfully access codes can be changed by using found your network, it will go to the t
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