LG Electronics LG - Life's Good Cell Phone C800G user manual

User manual for the device LG Electronics LG - Life's Good Cell Phone C800G

Device: LG Electronics LG - Life's Good Cell Phone C800G
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Date of adding : 2013-06-02 13:57:41
Number of pages: 258
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ENGLISH
FRANÇAIS
USER GUIDE
Guide de l’utilisateur
LG-C800G
P/N : MFL67371601 (1.0) www.lg.com/ca

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English LG-C800G LG-C800G User Guide This guide helps you get started using your phone. If you need more information, please visit www.lg.com/ca_en • Some of the contents of this manual may not apply to your phone. This depends on your phone’s software and your service provider. • This handset is not recommended for the visually impaired because of its touch screen keyboard. • Copyright ©2011 LG Electronics, Inc. All rights reserved. LG and the LG logo are registered trademarks of LG Gr

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Contents For Your Safety ..........................5 Google account setup ..............59 Safety Guidelines .....................12 Wi-Fi ........................................60 Wi-Fi ......................................60 Important notice ......................36 Turning on Wi-Fi .....................60 Getting to know your phone ....46 Connecting to Wi-Fi .................60 Sharing your phone’s data Installing the SIM card and connection .............................61 battery .......

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Checking the On-Screen Phone Other (POP3, IMAP) email connection .............................67 account ..................................74 Disconnecting your phone from Composing and sending email .75 your PC ..................................67 Working with account folders ...76 Adding and editing email Calls .........................................68 accounts ................................76 Making a call ..........................68 Camera ....................................77 Callin

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Contents Music .....................................86 Settings ...................................95 Playing a song ........................86 Wireless & networks ...............95 Transferring fi les using USB mass Call settings............................96 storage devices ......................87 Sound ....................................98 How to save music/video fi les on Display ...................................99 your phone .............................88 Location & security .........

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For Your Safety (0°C) or greater than 104°F Important Information (40°C), such as outside during This user guide contains important extreme weather conditions or in information on the use and your car on a hot day. Exposure to operation of this phone. Please excessive cold or heat will result read all the information carefully in malfunction, damage and/or for optimal performance and to catastrophic failure. prevent any damage to or misuse Be careful when using your of the phone. An

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For Your Safety • Be careful that children do Safety Information not swallow any parts such Read these simple guidelines. as rubber plugs (earphone, Breaking the rules may be connection parts of the dangerous or illegal. Further phone, etc.). This could cause detailed information is given in this asphyxiation or suffocation. user guide. • Unplug the power cord and • Never use an unapproved charger during lightning storms battery since this could damage to avoid electric shock or fir

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• Never store your phone in power cord to be crimped as it temperatures less than -4°F may cause fire or electric shock. (-20°C) or greater than 122°F • Do not handle the phone with (50°C). wet hands while it is being • Do not use harsh chemicals charged. It may cause an (such as alcohol, benzene, electric shock or seriously thinners, etc.) or detergents to damage your phone. clean your phone. There is a risk • Do not disassemble the phone. of this causing a fire. • Do not place or answer

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For Your Safety • Do not hold or let the antenna • The memory card cannot be come in contact with your body used for recording copyright during a call. protected data. • An emergency call can be made • Do not write forcefully on the only within a service area. For memo area. an emergency call, make sure • Carry and store the memory that you are within a service card in its case. area and that the phone is • Do not allow the memory card turned on. to get wet. • Use accessories, such as •

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FCC 96-326, adopted an updated your local dealer for a replacement safety standard for human antenna. exposure to radio frequency (RF) Body-worn Operation electromagnetic energy emitted This device was tested for typical by FCC regulated transmitters. Those guidelines are consistent body-worn operations with the back of the phone kept 1 cm with the safety standard previously set by both U.S. and international (0.39 inches) between the user’s body and the back of the phone. standards bo

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For Your Safety operations may not comply with Operation is subject to the FCC RF exposure limits and should following two conditions: be avoided. (1) This device and its accessories may not cause harmful Vehicle Mounted External interference, and (2) this device Antenna (optional, if and its accessories must accept available) any interference received, A minimum separation distance including interference that may of 20cm (8 inches) must cause undesired operation. be maintained betwee

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• If you are listening to music Adapter (Charger) whilst out and about, please Cautions ensure that the volume is at a • Using the wrong battery charger reasonable level so that you are could damage your phone and aware of your surroundings. This void your warranty. is particularly imperative when • The adapter or battery charger attempting to cross the street. is intended for indoor use only. Do not expose the adapter or battery charger to direct sunlight or use it in places with h

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

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The design of your phone antenna affects call quality and complies with the FCC guidelines may cause the phone to operate (and those standards). at a higher power level than otherwise needed. Antenna Care Driving Use only the supplied or an Check the laws and regulations approved replacement antenna. on the use of wireless phones in Unauthorized antennas, the areas where you drive. Always modifications, or attachments obey them. Also, if using your could damage the phone and may phon

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Safety Guidelines against the RF signals from your • If you have any reason to wireless phone. suspect that interference is taking place, turn your phone Pacemakers OFF immediately. The Health Industry Manufacturers Hearing Aids Association recommends that a Some digital wireless phones may minimum separation of six (6”) interfere with some hearing aids. inches be maintained between In the event of such interference, a handheld wireless phone and you may want to consult your a pacema

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Health Care Facilities Aircraft Turn your phone OFF in health FCC regulations prohibit using care facilities when any regulations your phone while in the air. Turn posted in these areas instruct you your phone OFF before boarding to do so. Hospitals or health care an aircraft. facilities may use equipment that Blasting Areas could be sensitive to external RF To avoid interfering with blasting energy. operations, turn your phone Vehicles OFF when in a ‘blasting areas RF signals may affect

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Safety Guidelines Areas with a potentially explosive installed and the air bag inflates, atmosphere are often, but not serious injury could result. always, marked clearly. Potential Safety Information areas may include: fueling areas Please read and observe the (such as gasoline stations); below deck on boats; fuel or chemical following information for safe and proper use of your phone and to transfer or storage facilities; vehicles using liquefied petroleum prevent damage. Also, keep th

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• Use only LG-approved chargers connectivity kits affect battery specific to your phone model life and talk/standby times. since they are designed to • The self-protection function of maximize battery life. the battery cuts the power of the • Do not disassemble or impact phone when its operation is in the battery as it may cause an abnormal state. In this case, electric shock, short-circuit, and remove the battery from the fire. Store the battery in a place phone, reinstall it, and turn t

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Safety Guidelines • When using the power General Notice plug, ensure that it is firmly • Using a damaged battery or connected. If it is not, it may placing a battery in your mouth cause excessive heat or fire. may cause serious injury. • If you put your phone in a pocket • Do not place items containing or bag without covering the magnetic components such as receptacle of the phone (power a credit card, phone card, bank plug pin), metallic articles (such book or subway ticket near you


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