LG Electronics LG - Life's Good Cell Phone MFL67874301 user manual

User manual for the device LG Electronics LG - Life's Good Cell Phone MFL67874301

Device: LG Electronics LG - Life's Good Cell Phone MFL67874301
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Date of adding : 2013-07-27 13:58:15
Number of pages: 121
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MFL67874301 (1.0) MW
User Guide
User Guide
Guía del
Usuario
This booklet is made from 96% post-consumer recycled paper.
This booklet is printed with soy ink. Printed in Mexico

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Table of Contents Call Waiting ······················14 Table of Contents ·········1 3-way call ·······················14 Phone Overview ···········6 Caller ID ·························15 Rear view ·························7 Voice Commands ·················15 Menus Overview ··········8 Entering and Editing Information ·············16 Getting Started with Your Text Input ·······················16 Phone ··················11 Text Input Modes ················16 Remove the Back Cover ············ 1

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Table of Contents Message Settings Sub-Menu Contacts ················21 Descriptions ·····················31 1. New Contact ··············· 21 Erasing Messages ··············33 2. Contact List ················21 Recent Calls ·············34 3. Backup Assistant ············22 1. Missed ····················34 4. Favorites ···················22 2. Received ··················34 5. Groups ····················22 Adding Contacts to a Group ·······23 3. Dialed ····················35 6. Speed Dials ····

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® For pairing with a new Bluetooth Settings & Tools ·········46 device ··························53 1. My Verizon ·················46 Icon Reference in Adding New Device ···············53 2. Master Volume ·············46 ® Icon References When a Bluetooth 3. Tools ·····················46 Wireless Connection is Searched 3.1 Voice Commands ·············46 (neither connected nor paired)· · · · ·53 Access and Options ············· 46 My Phone Info ···················54 3.1.1 Call

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Table of Contents 6.9 Font Size ·····················61 9. USB Mode ·················71 6.10 Clock Format ················62 10. Memory ··················71 6.1 1 Exalt Display ·················62 10.1 Save Options ················71 10.2. Phone Memory ··············72 7. Phone Settings ·············63 10.3. Card Memory ···············72 7.1 Airplane Mode ················63 7.2 Set Shortcut Keys ·············63 11. Phone Info ················72 7.2.1 Set My Shortcuts ·········· 63 1 1.1 My Num

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LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT ···········108 Technical Details ········ 111 Important Information ············ 111 Glossary ···············115 Terminology ················ 115 Acronyms and Abbreviations · · · 115 Index ··················117 5

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Phone Overview Speakerphone Key Use to change to speakerphone mode. Send Key Use to make and answer calls. Press from standby mode to access the All Calls list. Accessory/Charger Port Connects the phone to the Wall/USB charger, or other compatible accessories. Earpiece Lets you hear the caller and automated prompts. OK Key/Directional Key Use the OK Key to select options and menus. Use the Directional Key to scroll through the menu items and highlight a specific field or object. R

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Rear view Camera Lens Use to take photos. Keep it clean NOTE for optimal photo quality. The antenna is located ™ microSD Slot inside your phone. Camera Key Briefly press to access camera mode to take pictures. Press and hold to Tip access video mode to record videos. If you hold the phone Battery enclosing the lower edge, you may interfere with the Back Cover antenna's ability to receive a clear signal which affects call quality for voice or data transfer. NOTE • It’s important

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Menus Overview 1 1. Quick Text 1. All Songs Contacts 2. Playlists 12. Emergency Alert 1. New Contact 3. Artists 1. Receive Alerts 2. Contact List 4. Genres 2. Alert Reminder 3. Backup Assistant 5. Albums 3. Alert Vibrate 4. Favorites 6. Manage My Music 13. Voicemail # 7. Music Settings 5. Groups 14. Callback # 3. My Sounds 15. Signature 6. Speed Dials 1. Record New 16. Delivery Receipt 7. In Case of Emergency 4. Picture & Video 17. TXT-Media Msg 8. My Name Card Notification 1. My Pictures M

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4. Bluetooth Menu 6. Display Settings Mobile Email 1. Add New Device 1. Easy Set-up Apps 2. Banner 5. Sounds Settings 1. Personal Banner 1. Easy Set-up My Pictures 2. ERI Banner 2. Call Sounds 3. Backlight 1. Call Ringtone Settings & Tools 1. Display Backlight 2. Call Vibrate 1. My Verizon 2. Keypad Backlight 3. Caller ID Readout 2. Master Volume 4. Brightness 3. Alert Sounds 3. Tools 5. Wallpaper 1. TXT Message 1. Voice Commands 1. My Pictures 2. Multimedia 1. Call

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Menus Overview 5. My Music 7. Phone Settings 8. Call Settings 6. My Sounds 1. Airplane Mode 1. Answer Options 7. My Contacts 2. Set Shortcut Keys 2. Call Forwarding 8. Move All To Card 1. Set My Shortcuts 1. Forward Call 2. Set Directional 2. Cancel Forwarding 11.Phone Info Keys 3. Auto Retry 1. My Number 3. Voice Commands 4. TTY Mode 2. SW/HW Version 1. Confirm Choices 5. One Touch Dial 3. Icon Glossary 2. Sensitivity 6. Voice Privacy 1. Status 3. Train Voice 2. Home Screen 7. DTMF Tones 4. Pr

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Getting Started with Your Phone Step 1. Remove the Back Cover Step 3. Replace the Back Cover Use the fingertip cutout at the Place the back cover over the bottom of the phone to pull the battery compartment, the press it back cover off. downward until it clicks into place. Step 4. Charge the Phone Your device comes with a Wall/USB charger and a USB cable which connect together to charge your phone. Before turning on your phone, Step 2. Insert the Battery charge it fully. Align the battery

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Getting Started with Your Phone Removing the Battery Battery Charge Level 1. Turn the phone off. You can find the battery charge level at the top right corner of 2. Use the fingertip cutout at the the LCD screen. When the charge bottom of the phone to pull the level becomes low, the battery back cover off. sensor sounds a warning tone, 3. Use the fingertip opening blinks the battery icon, and/or near the bottom of the battery displays a warning message. As the compartment to lift the ba

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Making Calls Receiving Calls Open the flip and enter the phone When the phone rings or vibrates, number using the keypad. you can answer the call by simply opening the flip. Press the SEND Key to dial the number. [Quiet] Press the Left Soft Key to mute the ringing or Press the PWR/END Key vibration for that call. to end the call. [Ignore] Press the Right Soft NOTE Your phone has a Voice Commands feature that also lets you Key to end the call and send make calls by saying a phone number or

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Quick Access to Convenient Features Vibrate Mode to increase and Volume Down Key to decrease the volume. Sets the phone to vibrate instead NOTE The earpiece volume can only of ringing ( is displayed). To set be adjusted during a call and Keypad Vibrate Mode, with the flip open, Volume can only be adjusted through the press and hold . To return to Sounds Settings menu. Normal Mode, press and hold Quick Font Resize again. When you view messages, enter Sounds Off phone numbers, or view

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1. While on the first call, dial the 2. Send Msg to Say "Send 10-digit number of the second Message" and the command person. will prompt you for the type of message. 2. Press the Send Key . The first person is automatically put 3. Go to This allows you to access on hold while the call is made. a menu within the phone. 3. When the second person 4. Check This allows you to check answers, press [MERGE] to out a wide range of items such create a conference call. as Phone Status, Voicemail, Me

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Entering and Editing Information Text Input Text Input Modes In a text field, press the Left Soft The following key functions are Key to select a text input mode: available to help with text entry: T9 Word/ Abc/ ABC/ 123/ Left Soft Key: Press to change T9 Palabra/ Symbols/ the text input mode. Quick Text/ Simplified Chinese/ Shift: Press to change Korean capitalization (initial cap, caps NOTE lock, lowercase). • T9 Palabra is the Spanish counterpart Spac e: Press to insert a space.

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Contacts in Your Phone’s Memory Creating a Contact 4. Change the entry as you want, then press [SAVE] to save 1. With the flip open, enter a your changes. number (max. 48 digits), then press the Left Soft Key Speed Dial [Save]. Allows you to set up your Speed 2. Use the Directional Key to Dials. highlight Add New Contact or 1. With the flip open, press the Update Existing, then press . Right Soft Key [Contacts], 3. Use the Directional Key to then use the Directional Key highlight

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Contacts in Your Phone’s Memory NOTE If you selected the number type Storing a Number with Pauses after selecting Update Existing, the contact information is automatically Pauses allow you to enter updated. You do not have the option to additional series of numbers to enter additional information. access automated systems such as 8. Press [SAVE] to update your Voicemail or credit billing numbers. contact entry. Pause types are: Adding a Pause to an Existing Wait (W) The phone stops d


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