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KU970 User Guide
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Table of Contents KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 2 Table of Contents Introduction 5 Overview of Menu Video call 39 During a video call For Your Safety 6 Functions 31 Receiving a video call Guidelines for Safe and USIM Tool Kit 32 Calls 41 Music 33 Efficient Use 7 All calls Now playing Getting Started 18 Dialled calls All tracks Installing the USIM card Received calls Playlists and battery Missed calls Song recognition Charging the Battery 19 Messaging 42 Music store Turning the ha
Table of Contents KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 3 Templates 49 Vodafone live! 58 Entertainment 61 Text templates Homepage Games & Applications Multimedia templates Enter URL Mobile TV Media Album Enter address Java settings Messaging settings Recent pages SMS Bookmarks My Files 62 MMS 50 Saved pages 59 Pictures 63 E-Mail 52 Browser settings Sounds Info. service 55 Profiles Videos Service message Security Games & Applications 65 Character encoding Bluetooth data Contacts 56 Scr
Table of Contents KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 4 Table of Contents Display settings 79 Organiser & Tools 67 Contact settings 89 Main display Alarms Connectivity Menu style Bluetooth Calendar Font Synchronisation 93 Tasks 69 Backlight Network Memo 70 Welcome message Access points 94 Calculator Java 80 Browser settings 95 Converter 71 Messaging settings Streaming 96 World time Call settings Dial-up network Voice recorder Call durations Call barring 81 Accessories 97 Settings
Introduction KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 5 Introduction Congratulations on your purchase of the advanced and compact KU970 3G video mobile phone, designed to operate with the latest digital mobile communication technology. This user’s guide contains important information on the use and operation of this phone. Please read all the information carefully for optimal performance and to prevent any damage to or misuse of the phone. Any changes or modifications not expressly approved
For Your Safety KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 6 For Your Safety Please read these simple guidelines. Not CAUTION! following these guidelines may be dangerous • Switch off the phone in any area where required by special regulations. For example, or illegal. Further detailed information is do not use your phone in hospitals or it may given in this manual. affect sensitive medical equipment. • Emergency calls may not be available under all mobile networks. Therefore, you should never
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 7 Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use Please read these simple guidelines. Not The exposure standard for mobile devices following these guidelines may be dangerous employs a unit of measurement known as the or illegal. Further detailed information is Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR given in this manual. limit stated in the international guidelines is 2.0 W/kg*. Tests for SAR are conducted using standar
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 8 Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use This device meets RF exposure guidelines when For SAR information in other regions please used either in the normal use position against look under product information at the ear or when positioned at least 1.5 cm www.lgmobile.com. away from the body. When a carry case, belt clip or holder is used for body-worn operation, Product care and it should not contain metal and shou
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 9 ] The coating of the phone may be damaged Efficient phone operation if covered with wrap or vinyl wrapper. To enjoy optimum performance with ] Do not use harsh chemicals (such as minimum power consumption please. alcohol, benzene, thinners, etc.) or ] Do not hold the antenna when the phone is detergents to clean your phone. There is a in use. If you hold it, it can affect call quality, risk of this causing a fir
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 10 Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use aware of your surroundings. This is Road safety particularly imperative when attempting Check the laws and regulations on the to cross the street. use of mobile phones in the areas when you drive. Avoid damage to your ] Do not use a hand-held phone while hearing driving. Damage to your hearing can occur if you are ] Give full attention to driving. exposed to loud sound for
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 11 liquid, or explosives in the compartment of Battery information and your vehicle, which contains your mobile care phone and accessories. ] You do not need to completely discharge the battery before recharging. Unlike other In aircraft battery systems, there is no memory effect Wireless devices can cause interference in that could compromise the battery's aircraft. performance. ] Turn off your mobile phone befor
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 12 Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use ] Do not leave the battery in hot or cold ] Use a hands free device. If possible, add an places, this may deteriorate the battery additional layer of convenience and safety performance. to your wireless phone with one of the many hands free accessories available today. ] Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type. ] Let the person you are speaking with kn
Guidelines for Safe and Efficient Use KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 13 ] Use your wireless phone to call emergency services for yourself or others. Dial 0-0-0 local emergency number in the case of fire, traffic accident or medical emergencies. Remember, it is a free call on your wireless phone! Dial 1-1-2 internationally for emergency services. ] Use your wireless phone to help others in emergencies, if you see an auto accident crime in progress or other serious emergency where li
KU970 Features KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 14 KU970 Features Parts of the phone Open view Earpiece Internal camera lens LCD screen Scrolling bar ] Top: Icons showing signal ] In standby mode: strength, battery level and Briefly : List of Profiles various other functions Briefly : Contacts list ] Bottom: Soft key Briefly press: Opens the indications menu screen : Messaging Alpha numeric keys : Calendar ] In standby mode: Input numbers to dial. Hold down: ] In menu: scroll up & d
KU970 Features KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 15 Left soft key/ Right soft key Performs the function indicated at the bottom of the display. End key ] Switch on/off (hold down) ] End or reject a call. Clear key ] Clears a character with each press. Hold the key down to clear all input. ] Use this key to go back to a previous screen. Send key ] Dials a phone number and answers a call. ] In standby mode: Shows a history of calls made, received, and missed. 15
KU970 Features KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 16 KU970 Features Left side view Right side view Headset/Charger/Cable connector Holes for a carrying strap Note ] Please ensure phone is powered on and in idle mode before connecting the USB cable. Side keys ] In standby mode (open): Key tone volume adjustment ] In standby mode (closed): Turns the LCD light on. ] In menu: Scrolls up & down. ] During a call: Earpiece volume adjustment Note ] To protect your hearing while the slide is
KU970 Features USIM KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 17 Rear view Battery cover release latch Press this button to remove the battery cover. USIM card socket Flash Mirror External camera lens Battery terminals Battery Battery cover Menu key ] Opens the main menu. ] Opens the task manager (Long press). Camera hot key 17
Getting Started USIM USIM USIM USIM KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 18 Getting Started Installing the USIM card Note ] The metal contact of the USIM card can and battery easily be damaged by scratches. Pay 1. Installing the USIM card. special attention to the USIM card while handling. Follow the instructions supplied Your USIM card contains your phone number, with the USIM card. service details and contacts and must be inserted into your handset. 2. Installing the battery. If your U
Getting Started KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 19 To remove the battery. Charging the Battery Turn the power off. (If the power is left on, Before connecting the travel adapter to the there is a chance you could lose the stored phone you must first install the battery. telephone numbers and messages.) Press and hold down the battery release button and lift off the battery cover. Turn the phone up-side down, as shown, then lift up the battery with your fingers and pull-out the batte
Getting Started KU970_Eng(AUS)_0312 07.03.12 11:3 AM Page 20 Getting Started 3. The moving bars on the battery icon will Disconnecting the stop after charging is complete. charger 4. Ensure the battery is fully charged before Disconnect the travel adapter from the using the phone for the first time. phone as shown in the diagram below. CAUTION! • Do not force the connector as this may damage the phone and/or the travel adapter. • If you use the battery pack charger when abroad, use an attachm
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