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- English GB170/GB175 User Guide This guide will help you understand your new mobile phone. It will provide you with useful explanations of features on your phone. Some of the contents in this manual may differ from your phone depending on the software of the phone or your service provider.
Getting to know your phone Handsfree connector T Main screen End/Power key Ends or rejects a call. Turns the phone on/ Call key off. Returns to the Dials a phone standby screen when number and you use the menu. answers incoming calls. GB170 GB175 Charger, cable slot 2
Installing a memory card Open the battery cover and insert a micro SD card with the golden contact area facing downwards. Close the memory card cover so that it clicks shut. To remove the memory card, gently push it as shown in the diagram. Note: A memory card is an optional accessory. Formatting the memory card Press Menu and select Settings. Choose Reset, select Reset phone memory and press Yes. WARNING: When you format your memory card, all the content will be wiped. If you do not want to
Installing the SIM Card and Charging the Battery Installing the SIM Card When you subscribe to a cellular network, you are provided with a plug-in SIM card loaded with your subscription details, such as your PIN, any optional services available and many others. Important! › T he plug-in SIM card and its contacts can be easily damaged by scratches or bending, so be careful when handling, inserting or removing the card. Keep all SIM cards out of the reach of small children. Illustrations 1
Menu map Browser Call history Tools 1 Home 1 All calls 1 Alarm colock 2 Bookmarks 2 Missed calls 2 Calendar 3 Enter address 3 Dialled calls 3 Calculator 4 History 4 Received calls 4 Memo 5 Service inbox 5 Call duration 5 To do 6 Settings 6 Call cost 6 Unit converter 7 Data information 7 World clock Multimedia Messages My stuff 1 MP3 player 1 New message 1 Images 2 FM radio 2 Inbox 2 Sounds 3 Schedule FM record 3 Drafts 3 Others 4 Voice recorder 4 Outbox 4 Games & Apps 5 Sent 6 Listen to voi
Standby Mode Indicates your phone uses When your phone is turned on but not the silent settings. in use, it is in the standby mode. In the Indicates your phone uses standby mode, the screen displays the outdoor settings. Menu at the lower left corner of the screen and Contacts at the lower right Indicates your phone uses corner of the screen. Press Menu to the headset setting. enter the main menu or press Contacts Indicates all calls are diverted to enter contacts list. Indicators als
For example, to view missed calls, do Using the Menu the following: In the standby mode, press the center 1 U se the navigation keys to select the key or the left soft key to view the main Call history from the main menu. menu. 2 P ress the left soft key to confirm the Follow below tips to navigate through selection. The Call history submenu the menu and menu options: opens. • T o view the menu, press the left soft 3 M ove the cursor by pressing the up key or the center key in the stand
Basic way to select input method Calls when editing SMS/ MMS message Making a call 1 From the main menu, use the navigation keys to select Messages 1 Key in the number using the keypad. and press OK. To delete a digit press Clear. 2 Select New message and press OK. 2 Press to initiate the call. 3 Select Text or Multimedia and press 3 To end the call, press . OK. TIP! To enter + when making an international 4 Press Options and select Set T9 to call, press and hold 0. select a desire
Answering and rejecting a call • Call divert - Choose whether to divert your calls. When your phone rings, press Accept or press to answer the call. • Call barring – Select when you would like calls to be barred. You can control the volumen by pressing the side keys. • Fixed dial number – Choose a list of numbers that can be called from your Press or select Reject to reject the phone. You’ll need your PUK2 code incoming call. from your operator. Only numbers TIP! You can change the
contacts for sending message.. Contacts To send the SMS to a particular group of contacts select the option Send to Group after Searching for a contact composing the SMS. 1 Select Contacts from the standby screen and press Search. Sending a message 2 Using the keypad enter the first letter 1 Press Menu, select Messages, and of the contact you want to call. choose New message. 3 To scroll through the contacts use 2 Select Text or Multimedia and press the up and down arrows. OK. 3 Y
T9 predictive mode Message folders T9 predictive mode uses a built-in Press Menu, select Messages. The dictionary to recognise words you’re folder structure used on your GB170/ writing based on the key sequences GB175 is fairly selfexplanatory. you press. Simply press the number key New message - Allows you to create associated with the letter you want to new messages. enter, and the dictionary will recognise Inbox - All the messages you receive the word once all the letters are are place
4 The All songs folder will show. Select Multimedia all of the songs that you would like to include in your playlist by scrolling MP3 player to them and selecting . Your GB170/GB175 has a built-in Music 5 Select Done to store the playlist. player so you can play all your favourite music. FM radio Playing a song GB170: Wired FM, GB175: Wireless FM 1 Press Menu and select Multimedia, then choose MP3 player. Note Wireless FM: In weak FM radio signal area the 2 Choose All songs then select
Others Voice recorder The Others folder is mainly used for Use your Voice recorder to record voice transporting files from PC to your memos or other sounds. phone or stored all of your received Note: After recording, the fi le is saved in AMR files. or WAV format. You may set the fi le format from the Voice Recorder options. Games and Apps Your GB170/GB175 comes with My stuff preloaded games to keep you amused You can store any multimedia files, when you have time to spare. If you ap
SIM services Tools This feature depends on SIM and the Setting your alarm network services. In case the SIM card You can set up to 5 alarm clocks to go supports SAT (i.e. SIM Application off at a specified time. Toolkit) services, this menu will be the operator specific service name stored Using the calendar on the SIM card. When you enter this menu, a calendar appears. A square cursor is located on Browser the current date. Accessing the Web You can move the cursor to another You can l
3 Select the language you would like • PIN code request - Choose a PIN code the installer to run in and click OK. to be requested when you turn your phone on. 4 Follow the instructions on screen to complete the LG PC Suite Installer • Auto key lock - Lock the keypad wizard. automatically in standby screen without allowing the action of key. 5 Once installation is complete, the LG PC Suite icon will appear on your • Phone lock - Choose a security code desktop. to lock your phone When
Power Save This function allows you to save battery power by reducing backlight brightness level and set backlight timer to minimum. Note: When select night mode only, power saving will be activated from 9pm to 6am. Resetting your phone Use Restore factory settings to reset all the settings to their factory definitions. You need the security code to activate this function. Viewing memory status You can use the memory manager to determine how each memory is used and see how much space is
Guidelines for safe and effi cient use (Continued) Exposure to radio frequency energy • GB170- The highest SAR value for this model phone tested by DASY4 for Radio wave exposure and Specific use close to the ear is 1.060 W/ Absorption Rate (SAR) information kg(10g) and when worn on the body This mobile phone model GB170/ is 0.834 W/kg(10g). GB175 has been designed to comply GB175- The highest SAR value for this with applicable safety requirements for model phone tested by DASY4 for exp
Guidelines for safe and effi cient use (Continued) • Keep away from electrical appliances • The phone should be charged in a such as TVs, radios, and personal well ventilated area. computers. • Do not subject this unit to excessive • T he unit should be kept away from smoke or dust. heat sources such as radiators or • Do not keep the phone next to credit cookers. cards or transport tickets; it can • Do not drop. affect the information on the magnetic strips. • Do not subjec t this un
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