LG Electronics KG200 user manual

User manual for the device LG Electronics KG200

Device: LG Electronics KG200
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Number of pages: 74
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ENGLISH
접수일자: 2006. 08. 17
인용모델: KG200 러시아 영문
0818-메뉴트리 메뉴1번 그림 수정됨.
0821-KG200 러시아도 수정했음.
KG200 USER GUIDE
Some of contents in this manual may differ from
your phone depending on the software of the
phone or your service provider.

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Contents | Contents General information .............................................................4 Browser .................................................................................20 Battery care ............................................................................4 WAP [Menu 1-1] ..................................................................20 Access codes ........................................................................4 Data account [Menu 1-2] ..................

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| Contents Multimedia ............................................................................31 Contacts ................................................................................53 Games [Menu 4-1] ..............................................................31 Search [Menu 8-1] ..............................................................53 Camera [Menu 4-2] .............................................................31 New contact [Menu 8-2] .....................................

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General information | General information • D o not leave the battery in hot or cold places, such as Battery care in a car in summer or winter condition. Your phone is powered by a rechargeable battery. • D o not short-circuit the battery. Short-circuiting the • T he battery can be charged and discharged hundreds terminals may damage the battery or the connecting of times but it will eventually wear out. When the object. operating time (talk-time and standby time) is • D ispose of bat

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| General information PIN2 code Phone code The PIN2 code may be supplied with the SIM card. Phone code protects the phone against unauthorized Some functions will require PIN2 support, such Set use. It is not on when you buy the phone. You can tariff. change the phone code (0000) to any four to eight-digit personal codes. ! Note You may need to obtain the password from your service provider. Care and Maintenance Read this information before using your mobile phone. PUK Your mobile phone is

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General information | General information • D o not attempt to disassemble it. Non-expert handling Important safety information of the device may damage it. Radio frequency energy • D o not drop, knock or shake it. Rough handling can break internal circuit boards. Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. When the phone is turned on, it receives and transmits • D o not paint your mobile phone as the paint could radio frequency (RF) energy. Depending on the type obstruct th

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| General information • T he radio wave exposure guidelines employ a unit Electronic devices of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Most modern electronic equipment is shielded from RF Rate, or SAR. Tests for SAR are conducted using energy. However, certain electronic equipment may not standardized method with the phone transmitting at be shielded against the RF signals from your wireless this highest certified power level in all used frequency phone, therefore: bands. • D on n

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General information | General information • S hould always keep the phone more than 20 cm (6 Potentially explosive atmospheres inches) from their pacemaker when the phone is Switch off your phone when in any area with a switched on; potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs • S hould not carry the phone in a breast pocket; and instructions. It is rare, but your phone or its accessories could generate sparks. Sparks in such • S hould use the ear opposite the pacemaker to areas

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| General information RF energy may affect some electronic systems in motor vehicles such as car stereo, safety equipment etc. in addition, some vehicle manufacturers do not allow use of mobile phones, unless the installation is supported by a handsfree kit with an external antenna in their vehicles. Check with your vehicle manufacturer’s representative to be sure that your mobile phone will not affect the electronic systems in your vehicle. 9

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Your phone | Your phone Main display Earphone Jack Volume key Navigation key Left soft key Right soft key Talk key / Yes key Power on/End call Camera MicroSD slot # key * key Microphone & miniUSB 10

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| Your phone 1. Side key 5. On Hook E During a call, adjusts the earpiece volume. • To end a call • Or power on/off use. 2. Camera Q The side key is used to make image capture when in 6. Navigation key DSC mode. In standby mode, quick access to • Up key: Write Message 3. Soft key <> • Left key: Profile The current functions are displayed in the bottom line of LCD. Access main menu and phonebook accordingly. • Right key: Shortcuts • Down key: Contact List 4. Off Hook S To make phone ca

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Your phone | Your phone Standby mode In the main display, you may see several icons shown on your status bar. The meaning of icons are explained below The signal strength of the cellular network The alarm clock is to set on. at your current location. You are in roaming. The battery charge level. When missing the incoming call. Phone locked Received one or several messages. Phone is in general profile All your calls are diverted to another Phone is in meeting profile number. Phone is in outdo

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| Getting Started Getting Started 2. Insert and slide the SIM card (3) and battery (4). Installing the SIM card and the battery You need to insert the SIM card and charge the battery (3) (4) before using the phone. • K eep all miniature SIM cards out of the reach of little children. • B e careful to handle, insert or remove the SIM card since the SIM card and its contacts can easily be damaged by scratched or bending. • B efore installing/removing the SIM card, always Charging the batt

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Getting Started | Getting Started ! Note You can use the phone while the charger is connected but charging is suspended during that time. ! Note When the battery is weak indicated by “ ”on the display, you will hear a warning sound. When the battery becomes too weak indicated by “ ” on the display, it switched off automatically. Switching the phone on and off • Press and hold E key. ! Note If the phone shows “Insert SIM” when SIM card is properly inserted, contact your network operator or

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| Call functions Call functions This gives you the information about all calling services Answering or rejecting an incoming call that are supported in your phone. To answer the incoming call Press S to answer the call. Making a call In standby mode, key in the number, including the area To reject the incoming call code, press S key. Press E to reject the call. Making a call from the Contacts 1. I n standby mode, press > right soft key (RSK) to Call waiting enter Contacts, select one name fr

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Call functions | Call functions 7. M ute on/off: set On/ Off to mute the call during the 3. P ress < LSK and select Conference. This joins the conversation. calls to the conference. 8. D TMF: set On/Off for DTMF (Dual Tone Multi- 4. R epeat step 2 and 3 to allow new participants to be Frequency) tone dialing system. connected to the conference call. 9. Retrieve: reconnect a holding call 5. P ress Options and select End all to end the call. Or press E. 10. Retrieve all: reconnec

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| Input method Input method You can key in text by using the traditional method 4 g h i 4 G H I 4 or predictive smart input. Your phone is designed to 5 j k l 5 J K L 5 support English. 6 m n o 6 M N O 6 7 p q r s 7 P Q R S 7 To select input method 8 t u v 8 T U V 8 1. W hen key in text, press Option and select Input 9 w x y z 9 W X Y Z 9 method. 0 0 0 Quick way to change input method • Short Press # to change the input method Text entry with “T9” “T9” uses a built-in dictionary to recogniz

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Listing of Functions | Listing of Functions Browser [Menu 1] Tools [Menu 3] Multimedia [Menu 4] 1. WAP 1. Calendar 1. Games 2. Data account 2. To do 2. Camera 3. Alarm 3. Image viewer 4. World clock 4. Video recorder 5. Calculator 5. Video player 6. Unit converter 6. Music player 7. Currency converter 7. Voice recorder 8. Health 8. Melody composer 9. STK 9. FM radio Call history [Menu 2] 10. Schedule FM record 1. All calls 2. Missed calls 3. Dialled calls 4. Received calls 5. Delete call log 6

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| Listing of Functions Messaging [Menu 5] Profiles [Menu 7] Settings [Menu 9] 1. Text message 1. Time & Date 2. Multimedia Message 2. Display 3. Chat 3. Phone 4. Voice mail server 4. Call 5. Broadcast Message 5. Network 6. Security Contacts [Menu 8] 7. Restore factory settings 1. Search 2. New contact 3. Caller group 4. Speed dial My stuff [Menu 6] 5. Extra number 6. Copy 7. Delete 8. Move 9. Settings 19

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Browser | Browser Services described in the following are supported by Homepage [Menu 1-1-1] your service provider. If you cannot connect either one To access the browser from the standby mode, go to of those services, you can contact your service provider WAP in Service and press Homepage. Once connected, for further information. the homepage is displayed. The content depends on the service provider. WAP [Menu 1-1] To exit the browser, press E key. Your phones support Web Browser. You can


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