LG Electronics Chocolate user manual

User manual for the device LG Electronics Chocolate

Device: LG Electronics Chocolate
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Date of adding : 2014-07-27 13:57:32
Number of pages: 57
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VX8550_QRG_CVR.qxd 5/18/07 10:25 AM Page 3
Tips, hints
& shortcuts
for your device and service
©2007 Verizon Wireless. All Rights Reserved. verizonwireless.com
Consultas, consejos
y soluciones rápidas
para tu aparato y servicio
MCDD0012201 (1.0) H ©2007 Verizon Wireless. Todos los derechos reservados. verizonwireless.com/espanol

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VX8550_QRG_CVR.qxd 5/18/07 10:25 AM Page 5 Welcome to Verizon Wireless. SM It’s the Network. For an interactive guide to your new wireless device, go to verizonwireless.com. Bienvenido a Verizon Wireless. SM Es la Compañía. Para una guía interactiva de tu nuevo aparato móvil, ve a verizonwireless.com/espanol.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS The basics................................................................................3 Getting started ............................................................4 Using Bluetooth®..........................................................6 Placing and receiving calls............................................7 Setting up and accessing Voice Mail ............................9 Locking/Unlocking your wireless device ....................10 Using speakerphone ................

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Welcome Thank you for choosing Verizon Wireless You’re now connected to the power of America’s most reliable wireless network. This guide will help you understand your new wireless device and all the things you can do with it. So let’s get started. For more details, please refer to the Owner’s Manual that came with your wireless device. pg 2

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THE BASICS • Getting started • Using Bluetooth® • Placing and receiving calls • Setting up and accessing Voice Mail The basics • Locking/Unlocking your wireless device • Using speakerphone • Changing Ringtones • Using TXT Messaging pg 3

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THE BASICS 5. Headset Jack Allows you to plug in an optional headset for Getting started convenient, hands-free conversations. Just the basics; we’ll get into the 6. Side Keys Use to adjust the Master Volume in standby mode* and fun stuff later on. the Earpiece Volume during a call. 7. Left Soft Key Use to access the Message menu. 8. Voice Commands Key Use for quick access to Voice Commands. 13 9. Speakerphone Key Use to change to speakerphone mode. Prolonged touch while in a menu activates spea

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THE BASICS Installing the battery 1: Insert the top of the battery into the opening on the back of the phone, then push the battery down until the latch clicks. Charging the battery 1: Attach the charger to the phone. Make sure that the triangle symbol faces up when inserting the plug into the charger port. 2: Plug the charger into a wall outlet. NOTICE: Please use only an approved charging accessory to charge your LG phone. Improper handling of the charging port, as well as the use of an incom

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THE BASICS Using Bluetooth® How to turn on Bluetooth® 1: Press the OK Key [MENU]. 2: Use the Navigation Wheel to scroll to SETTINGS & TOOLS, and press the OK Key . 3: Press Bluetooth Menu. 4: Touch the Left Soft Key [Set On]. How to pair your Bluetooth headset with your wireless device 1: Follow the Bluetooth® accessory* instructions to set the device to pairing mode. 2: Press the OK Key [MENU]. 3: Use the Navigation Wheel to scroll to SETTINGS & TOOLS and press the OK Key . 4: Press Bluetoot

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THE BASICS 7: The device will appear in Add New Device menu once it has been located. Highlight the device and press the OK Key . 8: The handset will prompt you for the passcode. Consult the Bluetooth® accessory instructions for the appropriate passcode (typically “0000”- 4 zeroes). Enter the passcode and press the OK Key . 9: Once pairing is successful, select Always Ask or Always Connect and press the OK Key . 0: Once connected, you will see the device listed in the Bluetooth® Menu and the Blu

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THE BASICS Receiving calls 1. When the phone rings or vibrates, answer the call by either pressing the OK Key twice or opening the slide. NOTE: If you touch the Left Soft Key [Quiet] while you have an incoming call and the phone is unlocked all sounds will be muted. NOTE: If you touch the Right Soft Key [Ignore] while you have an incoming call and the phone is unlocked, the call will end or go straight to voicemail (if set up). 2: Press to end the call. Standard features included as part of your

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THE BASICS Setting up and accessing Voice Mail How to set up your Voice Mail 1: Press *86 (*VM) and . If you hear a system greeting, press to interrupt it. 2: Follow the setup tutorial. 3: Select a password. 4: Record a voice signature and greeting for your Voice Mailbox. How to access your Voice Mail from your wireless device 1: Press *86 (*VM) and . If you hear a system greeting or your own greeting when you press *86 and , press immediately to interrupt the greeting (if applicable) and follo

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THE BASICS 2: Enter your 10-digit wireless number. 3: Select Option 2, and then press when prompted for the password reset menu. 4: Enter your 5-digit billing zip code. Then follow the prompts for security verification and resetting your password. Once you have registered for My Account, you will have the ability to reset your Voice Mail password online or via your Mobile Web 2.0-capable wireless device. For more information on how to register for My Account, go to page 29. NOTE: Voice Mail may

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THE BASICS Using speakerphone To activate or cancel the speaker functionality while in a call touch the Speakerphone Key . Once activated, the speaker icon is displayed on the screen, and the on-screen instruction reads it is turned off after 1 minute of inactivity. Changing Ringtones Your wireless device comes with a selection of Ringtones. Here’s how to manage your Ringtone preferences: Selecting a Ringtone 1: Press the OK Key [MENU] then use the Navigation Wheel to scroll to SETTINGS & TOOLS

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THE BASICS Using TXT Messaging Sending a new TXT Message to a wireless device 1: Touch the Left Soft Key [Message]. 2: Press New Message, then press TXT Message. 3: Enter the phone number or e-mail address of the recipient and press the OK Key . 4: Enter the message up to 160 characters, and press the OK Key to send the message. For text options, touch the Left Soft Key for Word, Abc, ABC, 123 and Symbols. You can also press to change the case of a letter. Fees apply for text messages/alerts b

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ASSISTANCE • May we help you? • If you move • Loss or theft Assistance • Toll-free calls and emergency services • Fraud prevention • Assistive communication devices pg 13

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ASSISTANCE May we help you? Online assistance Main website: verizonwireless.com Other helpful websites and information: verizonwireless.com/welcome • Information on your wireless device, coverage, Calling Plan, billing and payment information • FAQs, interactive demos for your wireless device and how to read your bill • My Account registration for online account management verizonwireless.com/myaccount Use My Account to: • Check your balance, minutes or make payments • Add or remove features •

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ASSISTANCE • If you ever have a problem, it becomes our problem the first time you call. No runaround, no hassles. If your issue can’t be resolved during the course of your first call, we’ll get back to you with an answer. • You can get a free wireless device every 2 years with New Every Two®. Sign up for and maintain 2 years of service on a plan of at least $34.99 and qualify for a free wireless device worth up to $50 or $100, depending on the monthly access of your plan. Or apply your New Eve

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ASSISTANCE How to sign up for New Every Two If you maintain service on a Calling Plan of $34.99 or higher and fulfill your 2-year term, you will qualify for a free wireless device. If your Calling Plan monthly access is $79.99 or higher for the entire 3 months prior to completing your New Every Two wireless device upgrade, you will get up to $100 toward the purchase of that wireless device. If your Calling Plan monthly access was between $34.99 and $79.99 at any time during the 3 months prior to

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ASSISTANCE Billing options Your service comes with a streamlined bill that you’ll receive each month at no additional cost. Your bill includes all applicable charges, but will not contain any call details (e.g., date, time and wireless device number called). Detailed billing Call details are available for free online at verizonwireless.com under My Account. A monthly fee applies to receive call details on your paper bill. Going paperless You have the option of eliminating your paper bill and rec

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ASSISTANCE • Using My Account from your wireless device — Make a one-time payment by credit card, debit card and/or electronic check directly from your wireless * device as long as your wireless device is Mobile Web 2.0.-capable. To make a payment, simply launch your web browser, select VZW SERVICES, then My Account. If you don’t subscribe to Mobile Web 2.0, you will see an option to view My Account for free once you launch the browser. • Home banking — Verizon Wireless and CheckFree® have tea


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