LG Electronics TU500F user manual

User manual for the device LG Electronics TU500F

Device: LG Electronics TU500F
Size: 1,18 MB
Date of adding : 2014-09-12 13:58:42
Number of pages: 132
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MMBB0208245 (1.0)
User Guide
TU500F User Guide
Some of contents in this manual may differ from your phone
depending on the software of the phone or your service provider.
TU500F Guide de l’utilisateur
Une partie du contenu de ce manuel peut différer de votre téléphone,
selon le logiciel quiy est installé ou votre fournisseur de services.

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LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT 1. WHAT THIS WARRANTY COVERS: LG offers you a limited warranty that the enclosed subscriber unit and its enclosed accessories will be free from defects in material and workmanship, according to the following terms and conditions: 1. The limited warranty for the product extends for ONE (1) year beginning on the date of purchase of the product by the original end user. 2. The limited warranty extends only to the original end user of the product and is not assignable or t

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8. Products serviced by non-authorized persons or companies. Notes: 1. This limited warranty supersedes all other warranties, expressed or implied either in fact or by operations of law, statutory or otherwise, including, but not limited to any implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. 2. Shipping damage is the sole responsibility of the shipping company. 3. EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY: No other express warranty is applicable to this product. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED

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TU500F User Guide - English

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Table of Contents Adjusting the Volume 27 For Your Safety 6 Answering a Call 28 Your Phone 13 Vibrate Mode (Quick) Phone Components Signal Strength Task menu key 16 Entering Text 29 Display Information 17 T9 Mode ABC Mode Getting Started 19 123 Mode (Numbers Mode) Installing the SIM Symbol Mode 30 Charging the Battery 20 Changing the Text Input Mode Memory card slot 22 Using the T9 Mode Inserting the memory card Using the ABC Mode 31 Removing the memory card Using the 123 (Numbers) Mode 32 Tu

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Table of Contents Games 52 Call History 41 Images Missed Calls Messaging 53 Dialed Calls Video Received Calls News & Info All Calls 42 Internet 54 Call Duration Internet Settings 55 Security Media 43 Browser Settings Camera Take Photo i.Fido 59 Record Video 44 Internet Music Player 45 Video Calling Audio & Ring Tunes 48 Video/Radio Graphics Mobile TV Video 49 Music Other Files More Service Games & Applications 50 Messages 60 Games Fido IM Applications 51 New Message 65 Inbox 69 Fido Mall 52 Dr

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Table of Contents Call Voicemail 71 Contacts 81 Watch Videomail 72 Contact List Templates New Contact Text Templates Caller Groups Multimedia Templates Speed Dial List Signature 73 Copy All Contacts 82 Message Settings Delete All Contacts Text Message Service Dial Numbers Multimedia Message My Numbers Voice and Videomail 74 Download Messages 75 Settings 83 Audio & Ring Tunes Tools 76 Ring Tunes Alarm Clock Volume Calendar Notepad 77 Ring Alert Type Calculator 78 Key Tones Tip Calculator Message

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Table of Contents Color Schemes 84 Fixed Dial Number 93 Bluetooth 85 Change Codes Bluetooth On/Off 86 Connection 94 Device List Network Profiles Bluetooth Files USB Connection Mode Bluetooth Settings 87 Network Selection Date & Time Preferred Network List Set Date Dial Up Networking Date Format Flight Mode 95 Set Time Check Memory Time Format Common Auto Update 88 Reserved Call SIM Call Forwarding Memory Card Call Barring 89 Handset Information 96 Send My Number Reset Settings Auto Redial Cle

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

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For Your Safety ] IMPORTANT! Please read the TIA Store the battery in a place out SAFETY INFORMATION on page 82 of reach of children. before using your phone. ] Be careful that children do not swallow any parts such as Safety Information rubber plugs (earphone, Read these simple guidelines. connection parts of the phone, Breaking the rules may be etc.). This could cause dangerous or illegal. Further asphyxiation or suffocation. detailed information is given in this ] Unplug the power cord and us

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For Your Safety ] Do not expose the battery Do not use the plug if it is loose charger or adapter to direct as it may cause a fire or electric sunlight or use it in places with shock. high humidity, such as a ] Do not place any heavy items on bathroom. the power cord. Do not allow the ] Never store your phone in power cord to be crimped as it temperatures less than- 4°F or may cause fire or electric shock. greater than 122°F. ] Do not handle the phone with ] Do not use harsh wet hands while it i

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For Your Safety ] Only authorized personnel Memory card information and should service the phone and its care accessories. Faulty installation ] Always insert/ remove the or service may result in memory card while the handset accidents and consequently power is off. If you remove it invalidate the warranty. while the power is on, it may be ] Do not hold or let the antenna damaged. come in contact with your body ] If a damage cannot be fixed, during a call. format the memory card. ] An emergency

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For Your Safety impair call quality, damage the FCC RF Exposure Information phone, void your warranty and/or WARNING! Read this information result in violation of FCC before operating the phone. regulations. Do not use the phone In August 1996, the Federal with a damaged antenna. If a Communications Commission damaged antenna comes into (FCC) of the United States, with its contact with skin, a minor burn may action in Report and Order FCC 96- result. Contact your local dealer for 326, adopted an

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For Your Safety Body-worn accessories that FCC Part 15 Class B cannot maintain 0.6 inches(1.5cm) Compliance separation distance between the This device and its accessories user's body and the back of the comply with part 15 of FCC rules. phone, and have not been tested Operation is subject to the for typical body-worn operations following two conditions: may not comply with FCC RF (1) This device and its accessories exposure limits and should be may not cause harmful avoided. interference, and

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For Your Safety you do not turn on or off the Battery Disposal handset close to your ear. We ] Please dispose of your battery also recommend that music and properly or bring to your local call volumes are set to a wireless carrier for recycling. reasonable level. ] Do not dispose in fire or with ] If you are listening to music hazardous or flammable whilst out and about, please materials. ensure that the volume is at a reasonable level so that you are Adapter (Charger) Cautions aware of your sur

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Your Phone Phone Components 1. Earpiece 9. Display screen 2. Navigation key 10. Message key 3. Left soft key 11. Right soft key OK 4. Side keys 12. Camera key 13. Menu or OK key 5. Video call key 6. Send key 14. End /Power key 7. Alpha numeric keys 15. Clear key 8. Microphone 13

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Your Phone numbers or characters in edit Your Phone’s Features mode. 1. Earpiece 8. Microphone: Can be muted 2. Navigation key: Use for quick during a call for privacy. access to phone functions. 9. Display screen: Displays phone 3,11. Left soft key/Right soft key: status icons, menu items, Web Each of these keys performs the information, pictures and more in functions indicated by the text on full color. the display immediately above 10. Message key: Use to retrieve or them. send text messages.

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Your Phone Headset jack Camera Side key Task menu key Music player hot keys “No Songs” displays and it goes back to standby : (on the play list) Moves mode.) Press once again the cursor to the previous to play the music. track. (during playback) Rewinds the current track. : (on the play list) Moves Press and hold down this the cursor to the next key until you find the spot track. (during playback) you’d like to listen to. Fast forwards the current track. Press and hold : Press this key twice to

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Your Phone 2. Select MP3 Player. Note The Multitasking icon will ] Music Player Hot keys only appear on the annunciator area. work when the folder is closed. 3. Play a music file you want to listen to. When you want to identify running Task menu key tasks and enter the menu for a task among them Multitask simultaneously with voice and data - browse the web, For example,to move to Music make calls, play games, send and Player while you write a message: receive messages, and listen to 1. Press the

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Your Phone Display Information On-Screen Icons The table below describes Icon area various display indicators or icons that appear on the phone’s display screen. Text and graphic area Icon Description Indicates the strength of the 3G Soft key network signal. indications Indicates the strength of the network signal. Indicates that the EDGE Area Description service is available. Connection to the EDGE First line Displays service allows you to transfer various icons. data at a speed of Middle Di

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