LG Electronics A133R user manual

User manual for the device LG Electronics A133R

Device: LG Electronics A133R
Size: 9,37 MB
Date of adding : 2014-07-27 13:57:32
Number of pages: 240
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User Guide
P/NO : MMBB0389346(1.0) www.lg.com

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Bluetooth QD ID B016672

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Some of the contents in this manual may differ from your phone depending on the software of the phone or your service provider. LG-A133R User Guide ENGLISH

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Congratulations on your purchase of the advanced and compact LG- A133R phone by LG, designed to operate with the latest digital mobile communication technology. Your new LG-A133R provides enhanced call quality through LG’s voice and sound engine which automatically adjusts listening level and improves speech quality by removing background noise from incoming calls.

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Contents For Your Safety .................. 5 Call Log ............................ 62 Call Log................................62 Safety Guidelines ............. 14 Missed Calls .........................62 Getting to know your Received Calls ......................62 phone ............................... 43 Dialed Numbers ....................62 Call Duration.........................62 Getting started ................. 44 Packet Data Counter .............62 Installing the SIM and battery 44 Call C

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Contents Internet ............................ 72 Calculator ............................. 88 Stopwatch ............................88 Home ..................................72 Date Finder ..........................88 Google Search ......................73 Converter .............................89 Bookmarks ...........................73 World Time ...........................89 Last Web Address .................73 Go To ..................................89 Settings..............................

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For Your Safety Always store your phone Important Information away from heat. Never store This user guide contains your phone in settings that important information on may expose it to temperatures the use and operation of less than 32°F (0 °C) or this phone. Please read all greater than 104°F (40 °C), the information carefully for such as outside during optimal performance and to extreme weather conditions prevent any damage to or or in your car on a hot day. misuse of the phone

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For Your Safety Turn off your phone in a • Do not dispose of your medical facility or at a gas battery by fi re or with station. Never place your hazardous or fl ammable phone in a microwave oven as materials. this will cause the battery to • Make sure that no sharp- explode. edged items come into IMPORTANT! Please read the contact with the battery. TIA SAFETY INFORMATION There is a risk of this on page 14 before using your causing a fi re. phone. • Store the batter y in a place out o

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to the air bag. If wireless is a risk of this causing a equipment is improperly fi re. installed and the air bag • Do not drop, strike, or is activated, you may be shake your phone severely. seriously injured. Such actions may harm the • Do not use a hand-held internal circuit boards of the phone while driving. phone. • Do not use the phone in • Do not use your phone in areas where its use is high explosive areas as the prohibited. (For example: phone may generate sparks. aircraf

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For Your Safety cause an electric shock • Do not hold or let the or seriously damage your antenna come in contact phone. with your body during a call. • Do not disassemble the • An emergency call can be phone. made only within a service area. For an emergency • Do not place or answer calls call, make sure that you are while charging the phone within a service area and as it may short-circuit the that the phone is turned on. phone and/or cause electric shock or fi re. • Use ac

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Memory card FCC RF Exposure information and care Information • Always insert/ remove the WARNING memory card while the Read this information handset power is off. If you before operating the remove it while the power is phone. on, it may be damaged. In August 1996, the Federal • If a damage cannot be fi xed, Communications Commission format the memory card. (FCC) of the United States, • The memory card cannot be with its action in Report used for recording copyright and Order FC

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For Your Safety separation distance of CAUTION 0.79 inches (2cm) must be Use only the supplied and maintained between the approved antenna. Use of user’s body and the back unauthorized antennas or of the phone. Third-party modifi cations could impair belt-clips, holsters, and call quality, damage the similar accessories containing phone, void your warranty metallic components should and/or result in violation of not be used. FCC regulations. Do not use Body-worn accessories that

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harmful interference, and (2) Vehicle Mounted this device and its accessories External Antenna must accept any interference (optional, if available) received, including A minimum separation interference that may cause distance of 8 inches (20cm) undesired operation. must be maintained between Part 15.21 statement the user/bystander and the vehicle mounted external Change or Modifi cations that antenna to satisfy FCC RF are not expressly approved by exposure requirements. the manuf

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For Your Safety and used in accordance with • Consult the dealer or an the instructions, may cause experienced radio/TV harmful interference to radio technician for help. communications. However, Cautions for Battery there is no guarantee that • Do not disassemble. interference will not occur in a particular installation. If • Do not short-circuit. this equipment does cause • Do not expose to high harmful interference or temperature: 60°C (140°F). television reception, which •

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Adapter (Charger) Avoid damage to your Cautions hearing • Using the wrong battery • Damage to your hearing can charger could damage occur if you are exposed to your phone and void your loud sound for long periods warranty. of time. We therefore recommend that you do not • The adapter or battery turn on or off the handset charger is intended for close to your ear. We also indoor use only. recommend that music and Do not expose the adapter call volumes are set to a or battery charg

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Safety Guidelines guidelines with safety levels TIA Safety for handheld wireless phones. Information Those guidelines are Provided herein is the consistent with the safety complete TIA Safety standards previously set by Information for Wireless both U.S. and international Handheld phones. Inclusion of standards bodies: the text covering Pacemakers, Hearing Aids, and Other ANSI C95.1 (1992) * Medical Devices is required NCRP Report 86 (1986) in the owner’s manual for ICNIRP (1996) C

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* American National Standards Phone Operation Institute; National Council NORMAL POSITION: Hold the on Radiation Protection and phone as you would any other Measurements; International telephone with the antenna Commission on Non-Ionizing pointed up and over your Radiation Protection shoulder. The design of your phone Tips on Effi cient complies with the FCC Operation guidelines (and those standards). For your phone to operate most effi ciently: Antenna Care • Do not touch the ante

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Safety Guidelines Driving Pacemakers Check the laws and The Health Industry regulations on the use of Manufacturers Association wireless phones in the areas recommends that a minimum where you drive. Always obey separation of six (6”) inches them. Also, if using your phone be maintained between a while driving, please: handheld wireless phone and a pacemaker to avoid • Give full attention to driving potential interference with the - driving safely is your fi rst pacemaker. responsibi

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• Should use the ear Other Medical Devices opposite the pacemaker to If you use any other personal minimize the potential for medical device, consult the interference. manufacturer of your device • If you have any reason to to determine if they are suspect that interference adequately shielded from is taking place, turn your external RF energy. Your phone OFF immediately. physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this Hearing Aids information. Some digital wireless phones

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Safety Guidelines Vehicles Aircraft RF signals may affect FCC regulations prohibit using improperly installed or your phone while in the air. inadequately shielded Turn your phone OFF before electronic systems in boarding an aircraft. motor vehicles. Check with Blasting Areas the manufacturer or its To avoid interfering with representative regarding your blasting operations, turn your vehicle. phone OFF when in a blasting You should also consult areas or in areas posted: ‘Turn the man

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