LG 285 Manual - Cell Phones Etc

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					          Important Safety Precautions
Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be dangerous
or illegal. Further detailed information is given in this user guide.

 WARNING! Violation of the instructions may cause serious injury or

             1. Never use an unapproved battery since this could
                damage the phone and/or battery and could cause
                the battery to explode.

                                                                        Important Safety Precautions
             2. Never place your phone in a microwave oven as it
                will cause the battery to explode.
             3. Never store your phone in temperatures less than -
                4°F or greater than 122°F.
             4. Do not dispose of your battery by fire or with
                hazardous or flammable materials.
             5. When riding in a car, do not leave your phone or
                set up the hands-free kit near to the air bag. If
                wireless equipment is improperly installed and the
                air bag is deployed, you may be seriously injured.
             6. Do not use a hand-held phone while driving.
             7. Do not use the phone in areas where its use is
                prohibited. (For example: aircraft, hospital)
                               Important Safety Precautions
                                       1. Do not expose the battery charger or adapter to
                                          direct sunlight or use it in places with high humidity,
                                          such as a bathroom.
                                       2. Do not use harsh chemicals (such as alcohol,
                                          benzene, thinners, etc.) or detergents to clean your
                                          phone. This could cause a fire.
                                       3. Do not drop, strike, or shake your phone severely. It
Important Safety Precautions

                                          may harm the internal circuit boards of the phone.
                                       4. Do not use your phone in high explosive areas as
                                          the phone may generate sparks.
                                       5. Do not damage the power cord by bending,
                                          twisting, pulling, or heating. Do not use the plug if it
                                          is loose as it may cause a fire or electric shock.
                                       6. Do not place any heavy items on the power cord.
                                          Do not allow the power cord to be crimped as it
                                          may cause electric shock or fire.
                                       7. Do not handle the phone with wet hands while it is
                                          being charged. It may cause an electric shock or
                                          seriously damage your phone.
                                       8. Do not disassemble the phone.

1. Do not place or answer calls while charging the
   phone as it may short-circuit the phone and/or
   cause electric shock or fire.
2. Do not hold or let the antenna come in contact with
   your body during a call.
3. Make sure that no sharp-edged items such as
   animal’s teeth or nails, come into contact with the
   battery. This could cause a fire.

                                                         Important Safety Precautions
4. Store the battery out of reach of children.
5. Be careful that children do not swallow any parts.
   This could cause asphyxiation or suffocation
   resulting in serious injury or death.
6. Unplug the power cord and charger during lightning
   storms to avoid electric shock or fire.
7. Only use the batteries and chargers provided by LG.
   The warranty will not be applied to products
   provided by other suppliers.
8. Only authorized personnel should service the phone
   and its accessories. Faulty installation or service
   may result in accidents and consequently invalidate
   the warranty.
9. An emergency call can be made only within a
   service area. For an emergency call, make sure that
   you are within a service area and that the phone is
   turned on.
                    Table of Contents
                     Important Safety Precautions      Vehicle-Mounted External
                                               1       Antenna                    15

                     Table of Contents            4    Caution                    15

                     Welcome                      9    Menus Overview             16

                     Important Information       10    Getting Started with Your
                                                       Phone                     18
                     FCC Part 15 Class B Compliance
                                                 10    The Battery                18

                     Industry Canada Compliance 10
                                                         Installing the Battery    18
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                                                         Removing the Battery      18
                     Phone Overview              11    Charging the Battery       18
                     Technical Details          13     Battery Charge Level       19
                     Technical Details           13    Turning the Phone On and Off19
                     FCC RF Exposure Information 14      Turning the Phone On      19

                     Bodily Contact During Operation
                                                         Turning the Phone Off     19

                                                 14    Signal Strength            19
                                                         Screen Icons              19

Making Calls                    20   Contacts                  23
  Correcting Dialing Mistakes   20    1. List Entries          23

Redialing Calls                 20    2. New Entry             23
                                      3. Groups                24
Receiving Calls                 20    4. Speed Dials           24
                                      5. Erase all Contacts    25
Quick Access to Convenient
Features                21           Call History              25

Vibrate Mode                    21
                                      1. All Calls             26
                                      2. Incoming Calls        26
Lock Mode                       21

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                                      3. Outgoing Calls        26

Mute Function                   21
                                      4. Missed Calls          27
                                      5. Erase History         27
Volume Quick Adjustment         21    6. Call Timers           27

Call Waiting                    22   Messaging                 28

Caller ID                       22
                                      1. Voice Mail            29
                                      2. Text and Multimedia   29

Speed Dialing                   22     1. Send New             29
                                       2. Inbox                31
Using Phone Menus               23     3. Outbox               32

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                       4. Templates        32   Games                43

                                                Tools & Apps         44
                       5. Drafts           33
                       6. Saved            33
                       7. Erase Messages   34    1. Get New          44
                       8. Settings         35    2. GPS Services     44
                       9. Memory Info      36    3. Voice Commands   45
                      3. E-mail            36    4. Calculator       45
                      4. IM & Chat         36    5. Alarm Clock      46
                      5. Web Alerts        37    6. Scheduler        46
                      6. Short Codes       37    7. Notepad          47

                     Wireless Web          37
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                                                 8. EZ Tip Calc      47

                     Media                 39
                                                 9. World Clock      48
                                                 0. Voice Memo       48
                      1. Ringtones         39   Settings             49
                      3. Camera            40
                                                 1. Sound            49
                      4. My Albums         41
                                                  1.1 Ringers        50
                       4.1 Sound Album     41
                                                  1.2 Keypad         50
                       4.2 Picture Album   42
                                                  1.3 Volume         51
                       4.3 Online Album    42
                                                  1.4 Power On/Off   52
                     Shop                  43     1.5 Alerts         52
                                                 2. Display          52
 2.1 Banner               52     6.1 Nav. Key Shortcuts            58
 2.2 Wallpaper            53     6.2 Call Setup                    59
 2.3 Backlight            53     6.3 Language                      60
 2.4 Keypad Light         53     6.4 TTY Mode                      60
 2.5 Time and Date        53     6.5 Data Setup                    62
 2.6 Time Format          54     6.6 Memory Info                   63
 2.7 Menu Style           54    7. System                         63
 2.8 Dialing font         54     7.1 Phone Info                    63
 2.9 Theme Color          54     7.2 System                        63
3. Games/ Tools           54     7.3 Security                      64
 3.1 Backlight Settings   54    8. Airplane Mode                  65

                                                                         Table of Contents
 3.2 Volume               55
                               Safety                            67
 3.3 Notifications        55
 3.4 Others               55    TIA(Telecommunications Industry
                                Association) Safety Information 67
4. Bluetooth®             55
                                 Exposure to Radio Frequency Signal 67
 4.1 Power                56
                                 Antenna Care                      67
 4.2 Device List          57
                                 Phone Operation                   68
 4.3 Discovery Mode       58
                                 Tips on Efficient Operation       68
 4.4 Device Name          58
                                 Driving                           68
 4.5 Bluetooth Info       58
                                 Electronic Devices                68
5. GPS                    58
                                 Pacemakers                        69
6. Others                 58
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                       Persons with Pacemakers:         69       Using your phone safely     76
                       Hearing Aids                     69      FDA Consumer Update          76
                       Other Medical Devices            69      Consumer Information on SAR 87
                       Health Care Facilities           69
                                                               Accessories                  89
                       Vehicles                         70
                       Posted Facilities                70     Warranty Information         90
                       Aircraft                         70
                       Blasting Areas                   70
                       Potentially Explosive Atmosphere 70
                       For Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag
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                      Charger and Adapter Safety        71
                      Battery Information and Care      71
                      Safety Information                72
                       Explosion, Shock, and Fire Hazards72
                       General Warnings and Cautions    74
                      Warning! Important Safety
                      Information                       75
                       Avoiding hearing damage          75

                          Some of content in this user guide may be different from your phone
                          depending on the software of the phone or your service provider. Features
                          and specifications might be subject to change without prior notice.

We're very pleased to offer LG 285 handset with the state-of-the-art
technology and service, Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA). Please
review the following cool features of your phone and make use of them
when you carry this phone.
G   Battery Temperature Protection
G   Sleek and Compact Design with Intenna (Intenna described as antenna
    throughout this user guide)
G   Large, easy-to-read, 8-line backlight LCD with status icons
G   Paging, messaging, Voice Mail and Caller ID capable
G   23-button keypad
G   Long battery standby and talk time
G   Menu-driven interface with prompts for easy operation

    Any Key Answer, Auto Answer, Auto Retry, One-Touch Dial and 99 speed
    dial locations
G   Bluetooth® wireless technology
G   Bilingual capabilities (English and French)

           Important Information                not cause harmful interference,
                                                and (2) this device and its
           This user’s guide provides           accessories must accept any
           important information on the use     interference received, including
           and operation of your phone.         interference that causes
           Please read all the information      undesired operation.
           carefully prior to using the phone
           for the best performance and to
           prevent any damage to or misuse      Industry Canada
           of the phone. Any unapproved         Compliance
           changes or modifications will        This phone complies with
           void your warranty.                  Industry Canada RSS 133. This
                                                phone complies with the Class B
           FCC Part 15 Class B                  limits for radio noise emissions
           Compliance                           as set out in the interference

                                                causing standard entitled "Digital
           This device and its accessories      Apparatus" (ICES-003) of Industry
           comply with part 15 of FCC rules.    Canada.
           Operation is subject to the
           following two conditions: (1) This
           device and its accessories may

                                                    Phone Overview
                                                  1. Earpiece
                                                  2. Flip Open to answer an incoming call and close to
                                                     end the call (dependent on the Call Answer in Call
                                                     Setup menu).
                                                  3. LCD Screen Displays messages and indicator icons.
                                                  4. Left Soft Key Use to access the menu assigned to
                                                     the left corner of the screen.
                                                  5. BACK Key Deletes single spaces or characters with
                                                     a quick press. Press and hold to delete entire
                                                     words. Press this key once in a menu to go back
                                                     one level.
                                                  6. SEND Key Use to place or answer calls. Press
                                                     once from the home screen to show your call
                                                  7. Alphanumeric Keypad Use to enter numbers and
                                                     characters and select menu items.
                                                  8. Vibrate Mode Key Use to set the Vibrate Mode
                                                     using the key         (from standby mode press and

                                                                                                          Phone Overview
                                                     hold for about 3 seconds).
                                                  9. Navigation Key Use for quick and easy access to
                                                     Wireless Web, Messaging, Games, and Windows
                                                     Live Messenger.
                                                  10. Right Soft Key Use to access the menu assigned
                                                      to the right screen of the phone.
                                                  1 OK Key Press          to select the options of the
                                                      menus in your phone.
                                                  12. Speakerphone Key Use to set the speakerphone
                                                  13. PWR/END Key Use to turn the power on/off and to
                                                      end a call. Also returns to the main menu display
                                                  14. Lock Mode Key Use to lock the phone using the
                                                      key        (from standby mode press and hold for
                                                      about 3 seconds).
                                                  15. Microphone

* Speakerphone function is only available while
  a call is in progess.                                                                                   11
                 Phone Overview
                                  1. Earphone Jack Allow the use of a headset to
                                     hear caller's voice.
                                  2. Side Keys Use to adjust the ringer volume in
                                     standby mode and the earpiece volume during a
                                     call. Ringer volume can only be adjusted with
                                     the flip open.
                                  3. Side Camera Key Use for quick access to
                                     Camera function.
                                  4. Voice Dial/Voice Memo Key Use for quick
                                     access to Voice Dial, Voice Memo. Press and
                                     hold for about 3 seconds for quick access to
                                     Voice Memo.
                                  5. Battery Charging Port Connects the phone to
                                     the battery charger or other available
                                  6. Camera Lens Keep it clean for optimal photo
Phone Overview

                                           Technical Details
Technical Details                          * TSB -74: Protocol between an IS-95A system
                                           and ANSI J-STD-008
The LG 285 is a trimode phone that         1xRTT system receives twice as many
operates on both Code Division Multiple    subscribers in the wireless section as IS-95. Its
Access (CDMA) frequencies: cellular        battery life is twice as long as IS-95. High-speed
services at 800 MHz and Personal           data transmission is also possible.
Communication Services (PCS) at 1.9        The following table lists some major CDMA
GHz.                                       standards.

                                            CDMA Standard Designator         Description
Also, the LG 285 works on Advanced
Mobile Phone Service (Amps). Since
this phone operates on these three                        TIA/EIA/IS-    CDMA Trimode Air Interface
                                            Basic Air
                                                                         14.4kbps radio link protocol and
Wireless networks the call fail rate is
                                                          TSB-74         inter-band operations
less than on a conventional dual-mode
                                                          ANSI J-STD-008 IS-95 adapted for PCS frequency
or single-mode phone.                                                    band CDMA2000 1xRTT Air
CDMA technology uses a feature called                                    Interface

                                                                                                            Technical Details
DSSS (Direct Sequence Spread                              TIA/EIA/IS-634    MAS-BS
Spectrum) that enables the phone to
                                                          TIA/EIA/IS/651    PCSC-RS
keep communication from being                             TIA/EIA/IS-41-C Intersystem operations
crossed and to use one frequency                          TIA/EIA/IS-124    Non-signaling data comm.
channel by multiple users in the same
specific area. This results in a 10-fold                  TIA/EIA/IS-96-B Speech CODEC
capacity increase when compared with                      TIA/EIA/IS-99     Async Data and Fax

analog mode. In addition, features such                   TIA/EIA/IS-637    Short message service
as soft/softer handoff, hard Handoff,                     TIA/EIA/IS-657
                                                                            Packet Data
and dynamic RF power control                              IS-801
                                                                           Position Determination Service
technologies combine to reduce call                       TIA/EIA/IS-707-A High Speed Packet Data
                                                          TIA/EIA/IS-97     Cellular base station
The Cellular and PCS CDMA networks                        TIA/EIA/IS-98     Cellular mobile station
consist of MSO (Mobile Switching            Performance ANSI J-STD-018 PCS personal station
Office), BSC (Base Station Controller),                   ANSI J-STD-019 PCS base station
BTS (Base Station Transmission                            TIA/EIA/IS-125    Speech CODEC

System), and MS (Mobile Station).
                    Technical Details
                     FCC RF Exposure                         Bodily Contact During
                     Information                             Operation
                       WARNING! Read this                    This device was tested for typical
                       information before operating the      use with the back of the phone
                       phone.                                kept 0.6 inches (1.5 cm) from the
                                                             body. To comply with FCC RF
                     In August 1996, the Federal
                                                             exposure requirements, a minimum
                     Communications Commission (FCC)
                                                             separation distance of 0.6 inches
                     of the United States, with its action
                                                             (1.5 cm) must be maintained
                     in Report and Order FCC 96-326,
                                                             between the user’s body and the
                     adopted an updated safety
                                                             back of the phone, including the
                     standard for human exposure to
                                                             antenna, whether extended or
Technical Details

                     Radio Frequency (RF)
                                                             retracted. Third-party belt-clips,
                     electromagnetic energy emitted by
                                                             holsters and similar accessories
                     FCC regulated transmitters. Those
                                                             containing metallic components
                     guidelines are consistent with the
                                                             should not be used. Avoid the use
                     safety standard previously set by
                                                             of accessories that cannot
                     U.S, Canada and international
                                                             maintain 0.6 inches (1.5 cm)
                     standards bodies.
                                                             distance between the user’s body
                     The design of this phone complies       and the back of the phone and
                     with the FCC guidelines and these       have not been tested for
                     international standards.                compliance with FCC RF exposure

Vehicle-Mounted                      Caution
External Antenna                     Use only the supplied and
(Optional, if available.)            approved antenna. Use of
                                     unauthorized antennas or
A minimum separation distance of
                                     modifications could impair call
8 inches (20 cm) must be
                                     quality, damage the phone, void
maintained between the user /
                                     your warranty and/or result in
bystander and the vehicle-mounted
                                     violation of FCC regulations.
external antenna to satisfy FCC RF
exposure requirements. For more      Do not use the phone with a
information about RF exposure,       damaged antenna. If a damaged
visit the FCC website at             antenna comes in contact with the                         skin a minor burn may result.

                                                                         Technical Details
                                     Contact your local dealer for a
                                     replacement antenna.

                 Menus Overview
                  1. Contacts               3. Messaging             4. Wireless Web
                  1. List Entries           1. Voice Mail
                  2. New Entry              2. Text and Multimedia   5. Media
                  3. Groups                     1. Send New          1. Ringtones
                  4. Speed Dials                2. Inbox             2. Wallpaper
                  5. Erase all Contacts         3. Outbox            3. Camera
                                                4. Templates         4. My Albums
                  2. Call History               5. Drafts                1. Sound Album
                  1. All Calls                  6. Saved                 2. Picture Album
                  2. Incoming Calls             7. Erase Messages        3. Online Album
                  3. Outgoing Calls             8. Settings
                  4. Missed Calls               9. Memory Info       6. Shop
                  5. Erase History          3. E-mail
Menus Overview

                      1. All Calls              Get New              7. Games
                      2. Incoming Calls         Online E-mail        Get New
                      3. Outgoing Calls         My Email             PAC-MAN by Namco
                      4. Missed Calls       4. IM & Chat             Tetris
                  6. Call Timers                Get New
                      1. Last Call              Online IM            8. Tools & Apps
                      2. Recent Calls           Messenger            Get New
                      3. Life Time          5. Web Alerts            GPS Services
                      4. Data Transferred   6. Short Codes               Get New
                      5. Data Connection        1. Short Code List   Voice Commands
                         Time                                        Calculator
                      6. Reset Timer                                 Alarm Clock
EZ Tip Calc                 4. Bluetooth                Menu Access
World Clock                     1. Power                Press     Menu to
Voice Memo                      2. Device List
                                                        access nine phone
                                3. Discovery Mode
                                                        menus. There are two
9. Settings                     4. Device Name
                                                        methods of accessing
1. Sound                        5. Bluetooth Info
    1. Ringers              5. GPS
                                                        menus and submenus:
    2. Keypad                   1. On                   G   Use the navigation
    3. Volume                   2. Emergency Only           key to highlight and
    4. Power On/Off                (E911)                   select, or
    5. Alerts
                            6. Others
2. Display
                                                            Press the number
                                1. Nav. Key Shortcuts
    1. Banner                                               key that
                                2. Call Setup
                                                            corresponds to the

                                                                                   Menus Overview
    2. Wallpaper                3. Language
    3. Backlight                4. TTY Mode                 menu (or submenu).
    4. Keypad Light             5. Data Setup
    5. Time and Date            6. Memory Info
    6. Time Format          7. System
    7. Menu Style               1. Phone Info
    8. Dialing fonts            2. System
    9. Theme Color              3. Security
3. Games/Tools              8. Airplane Mode
    1. Backlight Settings
    2. Volume
    3. Notifications
    4. Others

                                  Getting Started with Your Phone
                                   The Battery                            Charging the Battery
                                                                          To use the charger provided with
                                                                          your phone:
                                    It is important to fully charge the
                                                                           Warning! Use only the charger
                                    battery before initial use of the
                                                                           provided with the phone. Using
                                                                           any charger other than the one
                                                                           included with the LG 285 may
                                   The phone comes with a
                                                                           damage your phone or battery.
Getting Started with Your Phone

                                   rechargeable battery. Keep the
                                   battery charged while not in use
                                   in order to maximize talk and          1. Plug the end of the adapter
                                   standby time. The battery charge          into the phone’s charger port
                                   level is shown at the top of the          and the other end into an
                                   LCD screen.
                                                                             electrical outlet.
                                   Installing the Battery                 2. The charge time varies
                                                                             depending upon the battery
                                   To install the battery, insert the
                                   battery into the opening on the           level.
                                   back of the phone. Put the
                                   battery cover on the battery and
                                   push it slightly upwards.

                                   Removing the Battery
                                   Turn the power off. Pull the                              NOTICE
                                   battery cover downward and
                                                                                             Triangle symbol
                                   remove it. Then remove the
                                                                                             should face up.

                                   battery by pressing the upper
                                   area of it.
Battery Charge Level                 Signal Strength
The battery charge level is          Call quality depends on the
shown at the top right of the LCD    signal strength in your area. The
screen. When the battery charge
level becomes low, the low           signal strength is indicated on
battery sensor alerts you in three   the screen as the number of bars
ways: sounding an audible tone,      next to the signal strength icon:
blinking the battery icon, and       The more bars, the better the

                                                                             Getting Started with Your Phone
displaying a warning message. If     signal strength. If the signal
the battery charge level             quality is poor, move to an open
becomes exceedingly low, the         area. If you are in a building, the
phone automatically switches off
and any function in progress is      reception may be better near a
not saved.                           window.

Turning the Phone On                  The call quality is also affected by
                                      the places where you are and
and Off                               weather conditions with RF
Turning the Phone On                  emission changes.
1. Install a charged battery or
    connect the phone to an          Screen Icons
    external power.                  To see the Icon Glossary, go to
2. Press       for about 3 seconds   Menu -> Settings -> System ->
   until the LCD screen lights up.   Phone Info -> Icon Glossary.
Turning the Phone Off

1. Press and hold     until the
   display turns off.
                                  Getting Started with Your Phone
                                   Making Calls                             history. The last 30 numbers
                                                                            are stored in the call history
                                   1. Make sure the phone is                list and you can select one of
                                      turned on. If not, press              these to redial.
                                      for about 3 seconds.
                                   2. Enter the phone number              Receiving Calls
                                      (include the area code if           1. When the phone rings or
Getting Started with Your Phone

                                                                             vibrates, press      to answer
                                   3. Press      .                           the call. You can also receive
                                     lf the phone is locked, enter           a call by opening the flip, if
                                     the lock code.                          set.
                                   4. Press      to end the call.          Notes
                                   Correcting Dialing Mistakes             G If you press Left Soft Key
                                                                             [Quiet] while the phone is
                                   If you make a mistake while               ringing, the ringing or vibration
                                   dialing a number, press                   is muted for that call.
                                   once to erase the last digit
                                                                           G If you press Right Soft Key
                                   entered or hold down          for at
                                   least 2 seconds to delete all                    [Ignore] while the phone
                                   digits.                                   is ringing, the call will end. The
                                                                             call will be sent to voicemail, if
                                   Redialing Calls                           subscribed.

                                   1. Press     twice to redial the
                                                                          2. Press       to end the call.
                                      last number you dialed,

                                      received or missed in call
   Quick Access to Convenient Features
Vibrate Mode                        Mute Function
Sets the phone to vibrate instead   The Mute function prevents the
of ring. To set Vibrate Mode        other party from hearing your
press and hold         for 3        voice, but allows you to hear the
seconds. To return to Normal        other party. To quickly activate
Mode, press and hold         .
                                    Mute press Left Soft Key

                                                                           Quick Access to Convenient Features
                                    [Mute], then to cancel press Left
Lock Mode                           Soft Key      [Unmute].
Sets your phone to require a 4-     (Only available during a call)
digit password in order to use
the phone.                          Volume Quick
 Until you change it, the default   Quickly adjust ringer and
 lock code/password is the last 4   earpiece volumes by pressing
 digits of your phone number.       the up side volume key to
                                    increase and down side volume
To quickly lock your phone press    key to decrease.

     for three seconds. To
cancel, press Right Soft Key
                                     The earpiece volume can only be
[Unlock], enter the password         adjusted during a call and Key Beep
                                     volume can only be adjusted
and press     .
                                     through the menu.

                                      Quick Access to Convenient Features
                                       Call Waiting                         Speed Dialing
                                       While a call is in progress, one     Speed Dialing allows you to
                                       beep indicates another incoming      make phone calls quickly and
                                       call. When call waiting is           easily with a few key presses.
                                                                            Speed Dial number 1 is set to
                                       enabled, you may put the active
                                                                            call your Voice Mail.
Quick Access to Convenient Features

                                       call on hold while you answer
                                       the other incoming call. Press       To dial Speed Dials
                                             to receive a waiting call
                                                                            For Speed Dials 1 to 9 press and
                                       then press       again to switch     hold the Speed Dial number.
                                       between calls. Check with your
                                                                            For Speed Dials 10 to 99 press
                                       service provider for information
                                                                            the first digit, then press and
                                       about this function.                 hold the key of the last digit.

                                       Caller ID                             Note
                                       Caller ID displays the number         Another way to Speed Dial is to
                                       and/or name of the incoming           enter the speed dial number(s),
                                       call. Check with your service         then press     .
                                       provider to ensure they offer this

Using Phone Menus                                                Contacts
Contacts                              G    Press      to scroll through
The Contacts menu allows you to            your Contacts alphabetically.
store names, phone numbers            G    Press Right Soft Key
and other information in your              [Options] to select one of the
phone’s memory.                            following:
                                           New Message/ Erase/ Edit/
Access and Options                         Erase All/ Send via Bluetooth
1. Press Left Soft Key      [Menu].   G    Press Left Soft Key          [New]
2. Press        Contacts.                  to store a New Entry.
                                      G    Press      [View] to view the
3. Select a sub-menu.
                                           highlighted contact
  1. List Entries                          information.
  2. New Entry
  3. Groups                           2. New Entry

  4. Speed Dials                      Allows you to add a new number
  5. Erase all Contacts               to your Contacts.

1. List Entries                           Note
Allows you to view your                   Using this submenu, the number
Contacts list.                            is saved as a new Contact. To
                                          save the number into an existing
1. Press    ,       ,       .             Contact, edit the Contact entry.
2. Options from here:
                                      1. Press       ,       ,      .
            2. Enter the name and press         .   G   Use        to highlight a group
            3. Use     to select the phone              then press Right Soft Key
               number types such as Mobile              [Options].
               1/ Home/ Work/ Mobile 2/ Fax.            Erase/ New Message/ Rename
                                                        Group/ Set Group Ringtone/
            4. Enter the numbers as                     Erase All
               necessary and enter other
               information such as Email 1/         G   Press     [View] to view a list
               Group/ Picture/ Ringtone/                of group members.
               Email 2.
                                                    4. Speed Dials
            3. Groups                               Allows you to view your list of
            Allows you to view your grouped         Speed Dials or designate Speed
            Contacts, add a new group,              Dials for numbers entered in your
            change the name of a group,             Contacts.

            delete a group, or send a
                                                    1. Press      ,      ,      .
            message to everyone in the
            selected group.                         2. Highlight the desired speed
                                                       dial and press      to call or
            1. Press     ,       ,      .
                                                       Left Soft Key     to message
            2. Use       to highlight a group          the speed dial.
               to view, then press       .
            G   Press Left Soft Key     [New]
                to add a new group to the list.

                                  Contacts/ Call History
5. Erase all Contacts             Call History
Allows you to erase all of your   The Call History menu is a list of
Contacts at once.                 the last phone numbers or
1. Press     ,          ,   .     Contact entries for calls you
                                  placed, accepted, or missed. It is
2. Press         Yes.             continually updated as new
                                  numbers are added to the
                                  beginning of the list and the
                                  oldest entries are removed from
                                  the bottom of the list.

                                                                       Contacts/ Call History
                                  Access and Options
                                  1. Press Left Soft Key    [Menu].
                                  2. Press       Call History.
                                  3. Select a sub-menu.
                                   1. All Calls
                                   2. Incoming Calls
                                   3. Outgoing Calls
                                   4. Missed Calls
                                   5. Erase History
                                   6. Call Timers

               Call History

                 Shortcut                              2. Incoming Calls
                 To view a quick list of all your      Allows you to view the list of
                 recent calls, press      from         incoming calls; up to 30 entries.
                 standby mode.
                                                       1. Press      ,         ,      .

                1. All Calls                           2. Use       to highlight an entry,
                Allows you to view the list of all
                calls; up to 90 entries.               G   Press         to view the entry.
                                                       G   Press      to place a call to
                1. Press      ,         ,      .
                                                           the number.
                2. Use       to highlight an entry,
                                                           Press Right Soft Key
                                                           [Options] to select:
Call History

                    Press         to view the entry.       Save/ Dial 1 + Number/ Erase/
                                                           Erase All
                    Press      to place a call to
                    the number.                        G   Press Left Soft Key
                                                           [Message] to send a message.
                    Press Right Soft Key
                    [Options] to select:               3. Outgoing Calls
                    Save/ Dial 1 + Number/ Erase/
                    Erase All                          Allows you to view the list of
                                                       outgoing calls; up to 30 entries.
                G   Press Left Soft Key
                    [Message] to send a message.       1. Press      ,         ,      .
                                                       2. Use       to highlight an entry,
G   Press         to view the entry.   G   Press Left Soft Key
G   Press     to place a call to           [Message] to send a message.
    the number.                        5. Erase History
G   Press Right Soft Key               Allows you to erase selected call
    [Options] to select:
    Save/ Dial 1 + Number/ Erase/
    Erase All                          1. Press      ,          ,   .
G   Press Left Soft Key                2. Use       to highlight the list of
    [Message] to send a message.          calls to erase, then press        .
4. Missed Calls                            All Calls/ Incoming Calls/
Allows you to view the list of             Outgoing Calls/ Missed Calls
missed calls; up to 30 entries.        3. Press          Yes.

                                                                                Call History
1. Press      ,         ,      .
                                       6. Call Timers
2. Use       to highlight an entry,
                                       Allows you to view the duration
   then                                of last call and all calls made.
G   Press         to view the entry.
                                       1. Press      ,          ,   .
G   Press      to place a call to
    the number.                        2. Use       to highlight a list.
G   Press Right Soft Key                   Last Call/ Recent Calls/
    [Options] to select:                   Life Time/ Data Transferred/
    Save/ Dial 1 + Number/ Erase/          Data Connection Time/

    Erase All                              Reset Timer
             Messaging                              The phone can store up 361
                                                    messages. The information
             Access and Options                     stored in the message is
             1. Press Left Soft Key       [Menu].   determined by phone mode and
                                                    service capability. Other limits to
             2. Press        Messaging.             available characters per
             3. Select a sub-menu.                  message may exist. Please
                                                    check with your service provider
                 1. Voice Mail
                                                    for system features and
                 2. Text and Multimedia             capabilities.
                 3. E-mail
                 4. IM & Chat                       New Message Alert
                 5. Web Alerts
                                                    There are three ways your
                 6. Short Codes                     phone alerts you to new

             Text messages, multimedia              messages.
             messages, and the voice mail           1. The phone displays a
             box become available as soon as           message on the screen.
             the phone is powered on.
                                                    2. One of ring types is heard, if
             G   Check types of messages by            selected.
                 pressing the message key           3. A message icon is displayed
                     .                                 on the screen.
             G   Make a call to the callback
                 number by pressing
                 during an Inbox message

    Note                              2. Text and Multimedia
    If you receive the same message   1. Send New
    twice, your phone deletes the
    older one and the new one is      Allows you to send text
    stored as Duplicate.              messages and picture
                                      messages. Each message has a
                                      destination and information.
1. Voice Mail
                                      These are dependent upon the
Allows you to view new voice          type of message you want to
messages recorded in the Voice        send.
Mail box. When you have a new
                                      The Basics of Sending a
voice message, your phone will
alert you.                            Message

Checking Your Voice Mail Box          1. Press      ,      ,        ,      .

1. Press        ,       ,      .      2. Enter the phone number of the
                                         recipient or the email address.
2. Option from here:
                                          Press Right Soft Key
G    Press Left Soft Key                  [Options].
     [Clear] to delete information,
     and then press         Yes.          Select the option(s) to
                                      G   Contacts to select a recipient
                                          from your Contacts list.

             G   Call History to select a          G   Settings to select Callback
                 recipient from your Call              Number.
                                                       Save Quick Text to save your
             G   Group to select a recipient           message as quick template
                 from your Group.                      for future use.
             G   Set as Cc to set another          6. Use     to highlight Picture
                 recipient as carbon copy like        and press Left Soft Key
                 in your online email.
             G   Set as Bcc to set another
                 recipient as blind carbon copy        Use      to select Take
                 like in your online email.            Picture or Picture Album.

             3. Press      .                           Select Picture and press Left
                                                       Soft Key     [Select].
             4. Enter the subject in the

                subject field and press        .   7. Use     to highlight Sound
                                                      and press Left Soft Key
             5. Type your message in the text         [Add].
                Press Right Soft Key                   Use     to select Record
                [Options].                             New or Sound Album.
             G   Add to select Quick Text or           Select sound and press Left
                 Signature.                            Soft Key     [Select].
             G   Save As to select Draft or            Press Right Soft Key
                 Template.                             [Options].

You can also set Recording Time      Viewing Your Inbox
as either 1 Minute or 1 Hour.
                                     1. Press     ,        ,     ,        .
For Sound Album, navigate what
                                     2. Use    to highlight an Inbox
you want to select and try
playing it by pressing     [Play].
                                     3. Options from here:
9. Press     [Send].
                                       G   Left Soft Key       [Reply].
   A sending screen is displayed.
                                       G   Right Soft Key
2. Inbox                                   [Options].
Received text messages and           Erase Deletes the selected
multimedia messages may be           message from the Inbox.
searched and the contents
                                     Forward Forwards a received
viewed. Received messages are

                                     message to other destination
displayed from newest to oldest.
Out of Memory Warning
                                     Move to Saved Saves the
If the memory is full, no more       message into the Saved folder.
messages can be received until
                                     Detail Allows you to check the
enough memory space becomes
                                     received message information.
available. The warning message
is displayed and new messages        Lock/Unlock Locks or unlocks
are not accepted.                    the selected message.


              Locking the message prevents it          Move to Saved Saves the
              from being deleted. It does NOT          message into the Saved folder.
              prevent the message from being
              read.                                    Detail Allows you to check the
                                                       received message information.
             3. Outbox                                 Lock/Unlock Locks or unlocks
             Up to 80 sent messages can be             the selected message.
             stored in Outbox View lists and
             contents of sent messages and
                                                           Locking the message prevents it
             verify whether the transmission               from being deleted. It does NOT
             was successful or not.                        prevent the message from being
             1. Press     ,        ,     ,         .
                                                       4. Templates

             2. Use     to highlight an
                Outbox message.                        Allows you to create, save and
                                                       set a template to be used as text
             3. Options from here:                     in your messages.
               G   Left Soft Key       [Resend].       1. Press       ,      ,      ,        .
               G   Right Soft Key
                                                       2. Press Left Soft Key    [Add]
                                                          to create a new template.
             Erase Deletes the selected
                                                       G   When you create a template
             message from the Outbox.
                                                           at first, the options are:
             Forward Forwards a received                   Add/ Save As/ Settings/ Save
             message to other destination                  Quick Text
3. Use     to highlight a               3. Press Right Soft Key
   message.                                [Options].
4. Press Right Soft Key                 Erase Deletes the selected
   [Options].                           message from the Drafts.
Erase Deletes the selected              Lock/Unlock Locks or unlocks
message from the Templates.             the selected message.
Lock/Unlock Locks or unlocks             Note
the selected message.                    Locking the message prevents it
                                         from being deleted. It does NOT
  Note                                   prevent the message from being
  Locking the message prevents it
  from being deleted. It does NOT
  prevent the message from being        4. Press     to send the
                                           selected message.

                                        6. Saved
5. Press     to send the
   selected message.                    Displays saved messages.
                                        1. Press     ,      ,       ,      .
5. Drafts
                                        2. Use     to highlight a
Displays draft messages.                   message.
1. Press     ,       ,      ,       .   3. Press Right Soft Key
2. Use    to highlight a                   [Options].
   message.                             Erase Deletes the selected
                                        message from the Saved.
             Forward Forwards a received              G   Press      [Inbox] to erase
             message to other destination                 all messages stored in
             address(es).                                 Inbox.
             Detail Allows you to check the           G   Press       [Outbox] to
             received message information.                erase all messages stored
             Lock/Unlock Locks or unlocks                 in Outbox.
             the selected message.                    G   Press       [Templates] to
                                                          erase all messages stored
              Locking the message prevents it
                                                          in Templates.
              from being deleted. It does NOT         G   Press       [Drafts] to
              prevent the message from being
              read.                                       erase all messages stored
                                                          in Drafts.
             4. Press    to view the

                                                          Press       [Saved] to
                                                          erase all messages stored
             7. Erase Messages                            in Saved messages.
             Allows you to erase all                  G   Press        [All Messages]
             messages stored in your Inbox,               to erase all messages
             Outbox, Templates, Drafts or                 stored in the Inbox, Outbox,
             Saved messages. You can also                 Templates, Drafts or Saved
             erase all messages at the same               messages.
                                                    2. Press       Yes.
             1. Press    ,       ,      ,       .

8. Settings                             strings allow you to reduce
                                        manual text input into messages.
Allows you to configure ten
settings for messages.                  Default Entry Mode
1. Press      ,         ,     ,     .
                                        Allows you to select the default
2. Use        to highlight a setting,   input method including T9Word ,
   then press       .                   Alpha, Number.

Message Settings Sub-Menu               Auto Download (On/ Off)
Descriptions                            Allows you to download the
Save to Outbox (Auto Save/              multimedia message
Prompt/ Do Not Save)                    automatically when receiving a
Allows you to automatically save
sent messages in Outbox when

                                        Message Priority (High/ Normal/
transmitted.                            Low)
                                        Gives priority to the message. If
Auto Delete Inbox (On/ Off)             available, see carrier for details.
Allows you to automatically
delete read messages when you           Delivery Report (On/ Off)
exceed the storage limit.               Set delivery report to let you
                                        know if your message is
Quick Text                              delivered to the recipient. If
                                        available, see carrier for details.
Allows you to display, edit and
add text phrases. These text

             Read Report (On/ Off)                     3. E-mail
             Set read report, and you can              Allows you to send and receive a
             check out if your message has             text email by Get New, Online
             been read by the recipient. If            Email, My Email, or with the
             available, see carrier for details.       integrated application after
                                                       connecting to the WAP page of
             Callback #
                                                       the service provider and logging
             Allows you to automatically send          on.
             a designated callback number
             when you send a message.                  1. Press    ,     ,     .
             Signature                                 2. Use      to select Get New,
             Allows you to create and/or edit             Online Online Email, My Email
             the signature.                               then press     .

             9. Memory Info                            4. IM & Chat
             Provides you with the memory              Allows you to send and receive
                                                       instant message at any time.
             information of all the messages           Allows you to chat with Internet
             stored in each folder.                    Messenger users. The messages
                                                       are updated anytime.
             1. Press     ,       ,      ,         .
                                                       1. Press    ,     ,     .
             2. Check the used and remaining
                memory.                                2. Use      to select Get New,
                                                          Online IM, Messenger then
                                                          press     .

                                   Messaging/Wireless Web
5. Web Alerts                          Wireless Web
Web Alerts are special links or        The Wireless Web feature
message provided from the              allows you to view Internet
service provider to inform you of      content, especially designed for
                                       your mobile phone. Access and
special offers, bulletins and          selections within this feature are
announcements.                         dependent upon your service
                                       provider. For specific information
1. Press     ,         ,       .       on Wireless Web access
                                       through your phone, contact
6. Short Codes                         your service provider.

                                                                             Messaging/Wireless Web
Shows you the Short Codes List.
                                       Access and Options
1. Press    ,      ,       .
                                       Allows you to initiate an
   Short Code List                     Wireless Web session.
                                       1. Press Left Soft Key      [Menu].
                                       2. Press        Wireless Web.
                                          After a few seconds, you see
                                          the Home Page.
                                       The Wireless Web allows the
                                       user to use a variety of Internet
                                       services. Using the Wireless
                                       Web on the phone allows you to:

               Wireless Web
                G   Send and receive Internet e-     Navigating through the Browser
                    mail.                            While using the Wireless Web,
                G   Browse and search the World      you will find the following
                    Wide Web via web pages           content:
                    especially designed for          G   Numbered options (some
                    wireless phone customers.            options may not be
                G   Set bookmarks to directly            numbered);
                    access your favorite sites.      G   Links embedded in content;
                G   Retrieve information, such as    G   Text or numeric input;
                    stock quotes and flight
                                                     G   Simple text.
                    schedules from the Internet.
                                                     You can act on the options or the

                Quality of Browser
                                                     links by using the Soft Keys.
                Browsing the web via the phone
                is not like using your home
                computer. Site providers have
                selected only the critical aspects
                of their site to present to
                wireless phone users and have
                removed most graphics.
                Ending the Wireless Web
                You can end a Wireless Web
                session by pressing    .
Media                              1. Ringtones
Allows you to download             Allows you to download new
ringtones or wallpapers once the   ringtones.
Get New is executed and            1. Press      ,      ,      .
connected to Browser. In the
application homepage, the          2. Press      [Get New].
downloaded ringtones are           3. When connected to the
located under Media ->                application homepage and
Ringtones. For the wallpapers,
                                      you download ringtones, the
Media -> Wallpaper.
                                      downloaded files are located
Access and Options                    under Media -> Ringtones.
1. Press Left Soft Key   [Menu].   4. The following options are
2. Press       Media.
                                     G   Set As Contact/ Caller ID/

3. Select a sub-menu.                             Unknown Calls/
  1. Ringtones                                    Roaming.
  2. Wallpaper                       G   Erase Deletes the
  3. Camera                                      selected file.
                                     G   Rename Rename the
  4. My Albums
                                                    selected file.
                                     G   Erase All Deletes all the
                                                     selected file.
                                     G   File info Displays the

                                                   information of the
         2. Wallpaper                         G   Rename Rename the
                                                         selected file.
         Allows you to download new
                                              G   Erase All Deletes all the
         Wallpaper. Use this menu when
                                                            selected files.
         you want to get another
                                              G   File info Displays the
         wallpaper other than the default
                                                            information of the
         wallpapers in Display ->                           files.
         Wallpaper menu.
         1. Press    ,       ,        .     3. Camera
                                            View and take your digital
         2. Press        [Get New].
                                            pictures right from your wireless
         3. When connected to the           phone.
            application homepage and        1. Press      ,      ,      ,        .
            you download wallpapers, the
            downloaded files are located     Note

            under Media -> Wallpaper.        Pressing and holding the Side
                                             Camera Key from standby
         4. The following options are        mode is a hot key to Take Photo.
           G   Set As Main Wallpaper/       2. Set the brightness       , zoom
                      Front Wallpaper/
                      Picture ID                    , and press Right Soft Key
           G   Erase Deletes the selected          [Options] to change other
                     file.                    settings.

G   Select the option(s) to          shown on the external display.
                                     1. Press the Side Camera Key
    Resolution 640X480/ 320X240/        for about 3 seconds to enter
    160X120                             the Take Photo mode.
    Self - timer Off/ 3 Seconds/ 5
    Seconds/ 10 Seconds              2. Take a picture by pressing
    Brightness EV -2.0~+2.0             Side Camera Key .
    White Balance Auto/ Sunny/       3. Open the flip and press       to
    Cloudy/ Tungsten/ Fluorescent
                                        exit camera mode.
    Color Effects Normal/ Sepia/
    Black&White/ Negative
                                     4. My Albums
    Night Mode On/ Off
    Front Display On/ Off            4.1 Sound Album
3. Take a picture by pressing        1. Press    ,      ,     ,        .

        .                            2. Select your desired sound
4. Press Left Soft Key      to          with      and press Right Soft
   save the picture.                    Key      [Options].
   The picture is stored in
                                     3. Select one of the following
   Picture Album.                       options:
Using the Side Camera Key              Send Message/ Erase/
You can use the Side Camera            Rename/ Erase All/
Key to take a picture when             Information/ Upload Online

the flip is closed. The picture is     Album/ Send via Bluetooth
         4.2 Picture Album                   4.3 Online Album
         Allows you to view pictures         Access the Online Album.
         stored in the phone.                1. Press    ,     ,        ,   .
         1. Press    ,       ,    ,      .
         2. Select your desired picture
            with      and press Right Soft
            Key     [Options].
           Send Message Sends a
           Erase Yes/ No
           Rename Rename the selected
           Erase All Yes/ No
           Icon View(List View)

           Information Name/ Date/ Time/
           Resolution/ Size/ Type
           Set As Main Wallpaper/Front
           Wallpaper/ Picture ID
           Upload Online Album
           Accesses the Online Album.
           Send Via Bluetooth

Shop / Games
Shop                               Games
Allows you to search and           Allows you to download games
purchase from a variety of         once the Get New is executed
content provided by your service   and connected to Browser. In the
                                   application homepage, the
Access and Options                 downloaded MIDlet (type of
                                   JAVA application) files are
1. Press Left Soft Key   [Menu].   located under Games menu. Use
2. Press       Shop.               Left Soft Key       to run the
  After a few seconds, you see     selected MIDlet and Right Soft
  the Home Page.                   Key       to select options.

                                                                       Shop / Games
                                       Run Open the MIDlet to run.
                                   G   Properties Displays the
                                       information of MIDlet.

                                   Access and Options
                                   1. Press Left Soft Key    [Menu].
                                   2. Press       Games.
                                   3. Select a sub-menu.
                                       Get New
                                       PAC-MAN by Namco

               Tools & Apps
                Tools & Apps                        1. Get New
                Allows you to make use of various   1. Press    ,      .
                tools and applications.
                                                    2. Scroll to Get New and press
                Access and Options                         .
                                                       After a few seconds, you will
                1. Press Left Soft Key    [Menu].      see the Home Page.
                2. Press       Tools & Apps.
                                                    2. GPS Services
                3. Select a sub-menu.
                                                    You can get services using the
                  Get New                           global positioning system. GPS
                  GPS Services                      Services is a preloaded
                  Voice Commands                    application and provides TELUS
Tools & Apps

                                                    specialized programs. Additional
                                                    fees may apply.
                  Alarm Clock
                                                    1. Press     ,     .
                  Notepad                           2. Scroll to GPS Services and
                                                       press      .
                  EZ Tip Calc
                  World Clock                       3. Press      Get New.
                                                       After a few seconds, you will
                  Voice Memo
                                                       see the Home Page.

3. Voice Commands                     4. Calculator
Allows you to make phone calls        You can enter numbers up to the
quickly and easily by voice. Your     third decimal place.
phone recalls the number from         1. Press     ,      .
your Contacts, displays it briefly,
and then dials it. This menu also     2. Scroll to Calculator and press
includes a feature for those who
are driving or blind. It delivers     3. Enter data.
time information by voice and           G   Use keypad to enter
allows you to check missed calls,           numbers.
messages and voicemails.                G   Use         to enter
1. Press      ,     .                       decimals.
                                        G   Use         to enter
2. Scroll to Voice Commands and

                                                                            Tools & Apps
   press      .
                                        G   Press Left Soft Key [AC] to
3. When prompted, say “Call                 clear the entry.
   <number>”.                           G   Press Right Soft Key [Funct.]
4. When prompted, say the name              to enter algebraic
   of the Contact you want to               operators.
   call. The phone will ask you to      G   Use Navigation Keys
   confirm the name before                  to enter operators.
   dialing.                             G   Press        to complete
  Call Someone/ Send Msg to/                equation.
  Go to/ Check/ Lookup/ Help

               Tools & Apps
                5. Alarm Clock                       6. Scheduler
                Your phone comes with a built-in     Allows you to conveniently keep
                alarm clock with multiple alarm      and access your agenda(s).
                capabilities.                        Simply store your appointments
                                                     and your phone will alert you
                1. Press     ,       .
                                                     with a reminder of your
                2. Scroll to Alarm Clock and         appointment.
                   press      .                      1. Press     ,     .
                3. Press Left Soft Key      New      2. Scroll to Scheduler and press
                   to add a new alarm.                     .
                4. Set the time for alarm and        3. Using your navigation key,
                   press      .                         highlight the day to which you
Tools & Apps

                                                        would like to add an event
                5. Use       to select one of the       and press Left Soft Key
                   following:                           Add.
                   Once/ Daily/ Mon~Fri/
                                                     4. Enter your schedule
                                                        information including:
                6. Use       to highlight Alarm        G   Date
                   Tone (ring type setting), press
                                                       G   Time
                   Left Soft Key      List, and
                   select your desired ring.           G   Subject
                7. Press         .                     G   Repeat (Once/ Daily/
                                                           Mon~Fri/ Weekly/ Month

      (4th Sat)/ Month (24th)/      8. EZ Tip Calc
      Year (4th SatofFeb)/ Year     Allows you to quickly and easily
      (24th of Feb)                 calculate the total amount, using
  G  Expiration (Set Expiration/    the total of the bill, the amount of
     No Expiration)                 the tip and the number of people
                                    as variables.
5. Press     .
                                    1. Press      ,      .
7. Notepad
                                    2. Scroll to EZ Tip Calc and press
Allows you to add, read, edit,
and erase notes to yourself.
1. Press     ,      .               3. Use your keypad and
                                       navigation key to enter the bill

                                                                           Tools & Apps
2. Scroll to Notepad and press         amount and desired tip
       .                               percentage. The correct tip
3. Press Left Soft Key     Add to      will be calculated instantly.
   write a new note.
                                    4. If you’re splitting the check,
4. Type your note using the            highlight Split and enter the
   numeric keypad and press            number of people in your
       .                               party (An equal split of the bill
                                       will be calculated and

               Tools & Apps
                9. World Clock                       3. Press       [Rec] to record a
                Allows you to determine the             new Voice Memo (The phone
                current time in another time zone       prompts you to start recording
                or country.                             after the beep).
                1. Press     ,      .                4. To finish recording, press
                2. Scroll to World Clock and            [Stop].
                   press     .                       Playing a Voice Memo
                3. Use       to move the cross       1. Press     ,      .
                   hairs across the map or press
                                                     2. Scroll to Voice Memo and
                   Right Soft Key      [Cities] to
                                                        press      .
                   browse the list of cities.
                                                     3. Press Left Soft Key     [List].
Tools & Apps

                4. Press Left Soft Key     [Set      Options from here:
                   DST] to set Daylight Saving
                                                       Select your desired Voice
                   Time for the selected city.
                                                       Memo with       and press
                0. Voice Memo                          Right Soft Key     [Options].

                Allows you to add, listen to, and      Send Message Sends a
                erase short verbal reminders.
                                                       Erase Yes/ No
                Recording a Voice Memo                 Rename Rename the selected
                1. Press     ,      .                  Sound.
                2. Scroll to Voice Memo and            Erase All Yes/ No

                   press      .                        Information Name/ Size/ Type
                             Tools & Apps / Settings
Upload Online Album            Settings
Accesses the Online Album.
                               The Settings menu has options
Send Via Bluetooth Allows
you to send selected voice     to customize your phone.
memos via Bluetooth.
                               Access and Options
                               1. Press Left Soft Key     [Menu].
                               2. Press       Settings.
                               3. Select a sub-menu.

                                                                    Tools & Apps / Settings
                                 1. Sound
                                 2. Display
                                 3. Games / Tools
                                 4. Bluetooth
                                 5. GPS
                                 6. Others
                                 7. System
                                 8. Airplane Mode

                               1. Sound
                               Allows you to customize various
                               sounds emitted from the phone.

            1.1 Ringers
                                                     3. Use      to select a ringer,
            1.1.1 Voice Calls                           then press Left Soft Key
            Allows you to set ringtones for             Set to save the sound.
            different types of incoming calls.
                                                     1.1.3 Meeting/ Silent Mode
            1. Press        ,      ,      ,      ,
                                                     Allows you to set silent mode
                       .                             proper for specific situations
            2. Select an incoming call type.         such as meetings.
               Caller ID/ Unknown Calls/             1. Press     ,       ,       ,    ,
               Roaming                                       .

            3. Use         to select a ringer,       2. Use     to set the setting,
                                                        then press       to save the
               then press          Set to save

               the sound.
                                                        On/ Off
            1.1.2 Messages
            Allows you to set ringtones for          1.2 Keypad
            different types of messages.             1.2.1 Keypad Sound
            1. Press       ,       ,      ,      ,   Allows you to set the keypad
                     .                               sound.
            2. Select an incoming call type.         1. Press     ,       ,    ,       ,
               Voice Mail/ Text and                          .
               Multimedia/ Web-Alerts/

2. Use         to adjust the volume       1. Press         ,       ,       ,   ,
   of the keypad, then press                      .
   to save the change.                    2. Use      to adjust the volume,
1.2.2 DTMF Length                            then press      to save the
Allows you to set the DTMF.                  change.

1. Press       ,      ,      ,        ,   1.3.2 Earpiece
          .                               Allows you to set earpiece
2. Use         to select a length,        volume settings.
   then        .                          1. Press         ,       ,       ,       ,
Short Sends out a tone for a                      .
      fixed period of time even           2. Use      to adjust the

      if you keep the key
                                             earpiece volume, then press
                                                  to save the change.
Long Sends out a continuous
      tone for as long as you             1.3.3 Speaker
      keep the key pressed.               Allows you to set speaker
                                          volume settings.
1.3 Volume
                                          1. Press    ,        ,       ,       ,
1.3.1 Ringer
Allows you to set ringer volume
settings.                                 2. Use      to adjust the speaker
              volume, then press            to       1.5.3 Call Connect
              save the change.                       Alerts you when the call is
                                                     connected. (On/Off)
            1.4 Power On/Off                         1.5.4 Call Lost
            Allows you to set the phone to           Alerts you when the call is drop.
            sound a tone when the phone is           (On/Off)
            powered on and off.
                                                     1.5.5 No Service
            1. Press     ,          ,   ,        ,   Alerts you when there is no
                                                     service. (On/Off)
            2. Use       to select On or Off,
              then press        .                    2. Display
                                                     Options to customize the phone's
            1.5 Alerts                               display screen.

            1. Press     ,          ,   ,        .   2.1 Banner
            1.5.1 Service Change                     Allows you to enter a string of up
                                                     to 15 characters which display
            Alerts you when service                  on the LCD screen.
            changes. (On/Off)
                                                     1. Press      ,      ,    ,       .
            1.5.2 Minute Beep
                                                     2. Enter your banner text, then
            Alerts you 10 seconds before the            press     .
            end of every minute during a
            call. (On/Off)

2.2 Wallpaper                             Seconds/ Always On/ Always Off
Allows you to choose the kind of       2.4 Keypad Light
background to be displayed on
your phone.                            Allows you to set the duration for
                                       illuminating the phone's keypad.
1. Press     ,       ,     ,       .
                                       1. Press    ,       ,       ,       .
2. Select Main Wallpaper/ Front
   Wallpaper.                          2. Use     to select a setting,
                                          then press      to save the
3. Select from different images,
   then press      .
                                         7 Seconds/ 15 Seconds/
4. Press         .                       30 Seconds/ Always On/
                                         Always Off
2.3 Backlight

                                       2.5 Time and Date
Allows you to set the duration for
illuminating the LCD backlight.        Allows you to choose the clock
                                       format displayed on the LCD
1. Press     ,       ,     ,       .   screen.
2. Select Main Backlight/ Front        1. Press        ,       ,       ,       .
   Backlight.                          2. Choose a sub-menu and press
3. Use      to select a setting,
   then press      to save the           Main Clock/ Front Clock
   change.                             3. Use       to select the clock
   7 Seconds/ 15 Seconds/ 30              format, then press      .                53
              Main Clock: Off/ Small Digital/       2.8 Dialing font
              Big Digital/ Analog                   Allows you to set the size of the
              Front Clock: Off/ Digital/            font for calling digits.
              Minimize                              1. Press    ,      ,      ,         .
            2.6 Time Format                         2. Use      to choose a setting,
            Allows you to choose the time              then press     .
            format displayed on the LCD
                                                       Normal/ Large
            1. Press     ,      ,     ,         .   2.9 Theme Color
            2. Select 12 Hours/ 24 Hours.           Allows you to choose the color
                                                    of the background screen.
            3. Use     to select the clock          1. Press    ,      ,      ,         .
              format, then press      .

                                                    2. Use       to choose a setting,
            2.7 Menu Style                             then press        .
            Allows you to view the menus as            Style 1/ Style 2/ Style 3
            icons or in a list format.
                                                    3. Games/ Tools
            1. Press     ,      ,         ,     .
                                                    3.1 Backlight Settings
            2. Use       to select a menu
                                                    Allows you to set the duration for
               format, then press      .            illuminating the backlight.
               Icon/ List
                                                    1. Press     ,      ,     ,         .

2. Use      to select a setting,         3. Use       to set the alert
   then press      to save the             setting, then press           to save
   change.                                 the change.
  7 Seconds/ 15 Seconds/                   On/ Off
  30 Seconds/ Always On/
  Always Off                             3.4 Others
3.2 Volume                               Displays or deletes the list of
Allows you to set volume                 files created by downloaded
settings.                                JAVA contents.
1. Press     ,       ,       ,       .   1. Press       ,       ,        ,     .
2. Use      to adjust the volume,
                                         4. Bluetooth       ®

   then press      to save the

                                         The LG 285 is compatible with
   change.                               devices that support the
3.3 Notifications                        Bluetooth® headset and hands-
                                         free profile(s). You may create and
Allows you to set notification           store 20 pairings within the
                                         LG 285 and connect to one device
1. Press         ,       ,       ,   .   at a time. The approximate
                                         communication range for
2. Select a sub-menu and press
                                         Bluetooth® wireless technology is
                                         Bluetooth QD ID B012733
                                         up to 30 feet (10 meters).
  Voice Mail/ Messages

             This device is compliant with       Notes
             Bluetooth Specification 1.1 and     G   Read user guide of each
             supports the following profiles:        Bluetooth accessory that you
             G Headset profile (HSP): In-            are trying to pair with your
                band ringtone not supported.         phone because the
             G Hands-free profile (HFP):             instructions may be different.
                Three way calling and Phone
                number to a Voice tag not            The Bluetooth® word mark and
                supported.                           logos are owned by the
             G Object push profile (OPP)             Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any
                                                     use of such marks by LG
             The LG 285 offers integrated            Electronics is under license.
             Bluetooth wireless support for
                                                     Other trademarks and trade
             headset and hands-free
             accessories. However, the               names are those of their
             software used in the LG 285             respective owners.
             available in Canada from LG         G   Your phone is based on the

             Electronics Inc. does not               Bluetooth® specification, but it
             support the transfer of data            is not guaranteed to work with
             files.                                  all devices enabled with
                                                     Bluetooth® wireless

                                                4.1 Power
                                                Allows you to set the Bluetooth
                                                power On/Off.
                                                1. Press      ,       ,      ,          .
                                           4. If Bluetooth device is set to
2. Use       to select a setting,
                                              off, you will be prompted to
  then press        .                         turn power on. Select Yes.
  On/ Off                                  5. The device will appear in the
  Note                                        Device List menu once it has
  By default, your device’s                   been located. Highlight the
  Bluetooth® functionality is turned          device and press      .
  off.                                     6. The handset will prompt you
                                              for the passkey. Consult the
4.2 Device List                               Bluetooth accessory
Pairing is the process that                   instructions for the
allows the handset to locate,                 appropriate passkey (typically
establish and register 1-to-1                 “0000”). Enter the passkey
connection with the target                    and press      .

device.                                    7. Once pairing is successful,
                                              select Yes to connect with the
For pairing new Bluetooth®
                                           8. Once connected, you will see
1. Press      ,         ,     ,        .      the device listed in the Paired
                                              Devices menu and the
2. Follow the Bluetooth
                                              Bluetooth icon        will show
   accessory instructions to set              at the top of the LCD screen.
   the device to pairing mode.
3. Select Device List and
   Add New Device.
            4.3 Discovery Mode                             4.5 Bluetooth Info
            Allows you to set Visible(60 secs)             1. Press     ,       ,      ,       .
            or Hidden.
            1. Press          ,        ,       ,       .   5. GPS
                                                           1. Press     ,       ,      .
            2. Use      to select a setting,
               then press      .                           2. Use      to select a setting,
               Visible(60 secs)/ Hidden                       then press      .
             Note                                            On/ Emergency Only (E911)
             If you turn on Visible(60 secs),
             your device is able to be                     6. Others
             searched by other in-range
             Bluetooth® devices.
                                                           6.1 Nav. Key Shortcuts
                                                           Assign a shortcut to your

            4.4 Device Name                                favorite and most frequently
            Allows you to edit the name of                 used function. Select it from the
            the Bluetooth® device.                         list, and then access it directly
                                                           by pressing       in standby
            1. Press      ,        ,       ,       .       mode.
            2. Press      to clear the
                                                           1. Press     ,       ,     ,        .
               existing name.
            3. Use the numeric keypad to enter             2. Select a key and press       .
               a new custom name.                            Left Nav. Key/ Right Nav. Key
            4. Press          to save and exit.
3. Select the desired shortcut
                                       1. Press     ,           ,   ,     ,
   and press     .
6.2 Call Setup                         2. Use      to select a setting,
6.2.1 Call Answer                        then press         .
Allows you to determine how to           Off/ 2 Seconds/ 4 Seconds/
handle an incoming call.                 8 Seconds
1. Press     ,          ,   ,      ,   6.2.3 Auto Prepend
                                       This option will automatically
2. Use      to select a setting,       prepend 1 when dialing 10 digit
  then press        .                  numbers. However 1 will not
                                       prepend when dialing numbers
  SEND Key/ Any Key/ Flip Open         that has less than 10 digits.

6.2.2 Auto Answer                      1. Press    ,            ,   ,     ,
Allows you to set the length of
the time before the phone              2. Use      to select a setting,
automatically answers a call.            then press         .
This feature is intended for use
with hands free devices, but is          On/ Off
an independent feature of the
phone and must be manually
turned on/off when connected or
disconnected from the device.                                                 59
            6.2.4 Auto Redial                      6.4 TTY Mode
            Allows you to set the length of        Allows you to attach a TTY*
            time the phone waits before            device enabling you to
            automatically redialing a number       communicate with parties also
            when the attempted call fails.         using a TTY device. A phone with
            1. Press     ,          ,   ,      ,   TTY support is able to translate
                    .                              typed characters to voice. Voice
                                                   can also be translated into
            2. Use      to select a setting,       characters and then displayed
              then press        .                  on the TTY.

              Off/ Every 10 Seconds/ Every         * TTY: Text Telephone (or
              30 Seconds/ Every 60 Seconds         Teletypewriter).
                                                   1. Press    ,         ,     ,     .
            6.3 Language

                                                   2. Read the disclaimer and press
            Allows you to set the bilingual
            feature according to your
            preference. Choose between             3. Use     to select a setting,
            English and Français.
                                                     then press      .
            1. Press     ,          ,   ,      .
                                                     TTY Full/ TTY + Talk/
            2. Use      to select English or         TTY + Hear/ TTY Off
               Français, then press     .

1. TTY Full:                      Connecting TTY Equipment and a
   Users who cannot talk and      Terminal
   hear send and receive a text   1. Connect a TTY cable to TTY
   message through TTY               connection on the terminal.
   equipment.                        (TTY connection location is
                                     same as the hands free
2. TTY + Talk:
   Users who can talk but
                                  2. Enter the phone menu and set
   cannot hear receive a text
                                     up the desired TTY mode.
   message and send voice
   through TTY equipment.         3. After setting a TTY mode,
                                     check the LCD screen of the
3. TTY + Hear:                       phone for the TTY icon.
   Users who can hear but
                                  4. Connect the TTY equipment to
   cannot talk send a text
                                     the power source and turn it
   message and receive voice

   through TTY equipment.
                                  5. Make a phone connection to
4. TTY Off:                          the desired number.
   Users able to hear and talk    6. When connection is made,
   send and receive without TTY      use the TTY equipment to type
   equipment.                        in and send a text message or
                                     send voice.
                                  7. The voice or text message
                                     from the receiver end displays
                                     on the TTY equipment display.
                                                     Transmission/     When making
              Menu           User        Feature    Receiving Mode communications with
                                                                     a normal terminal
                        For hearing-                 text message
             TTY Full    /verbally-                transmission, text   operator required
                          impaired                 message receiving

              TTY+      For hearing-                     voice
              Talk        impaired       verbal    transmission, text   operator required
                                                   message receiving

              TTY+      For verbally-                text message
              Hear        impaired       audible     transmission,      operator required
                                                    voice receiving
                        Users able to                    voice
             TTY Off    both talk and                transmission,
                            hear                    voice receiving

            6.5 Data Setup                           6.5.2 PC Connection

            6.5.1 Data/Fax                           Allows you to select the data
            Allows you to use your phone to
            transmit data and faxes.                 1. Press ,         ,      ,         ,
            1. Press     ,      ,    ,      ,
                    .                                2. Use       to select a setting,
            2. Use      to select a setting,            then press    .
              then press      .                         USB/ RS-232C/ Bluetooth/
              Off/ Fax In Once/ Fax In
              Always/ Data In Once/
              Data In Always
6.6 Memory Info                                 7.2 System
Shows you the memory                            The System menu allows you to
information of the phone.                       designate specific system
                                                network settings.
6.6.1 Common Memory
                                                7.2.1 Set Mode
1. Press        ,       ,       ,       ,
        .                                       Allows you to set up the phone
                                                producer’s management
6.6.2 Reserved Memory                           environment. Leave the default
                                                setting unless you want to alter
1. Press            ,       ,       ,       ,   the system selection as
            .                                   instructed by your service
7. System
                                                1. Press     ,        ,    ,       ,
Options for specific system                             .
network settings.

                                                2. Use      to select a setting,
7.1 Phone Info                                    then press      .
The Phone Info menu provides                      Digital Only/ Analog Only/
you with specific information                     Automatic/ Home Only
pertaining to your phone model.
It includes NAM, Software                       7.2.2 Set NAM
Version, Hardware Version,                      Allows you to select the phone's
MEID, PRL, Browser Version,
Serving System and Icon                         NAM (Number Assignment
Glossary.                                       Module).

                                                    phone is locked, it is in restricted
            1. Press     ,         ,   ,        ,
                                                    mode until the lock code is
                                                    entered. You can receive phone
            2. Use       to select a NAM,           calls and still make emergency
              then press       .                    calls. You can modify the lock
                                                    code using the Change Lock
              NAM1/ NAM2                            code within the Security menu.
            7.2.3 Call Guard                        1. Press ,           ,      ,      .
                                                    2. Enter the 4-digit password.
            Call Guard alerts you when
                                                       The lock code is commonly
            roaming charges apply.
                                                       the last 4 digits of your phone
            1. Press     ,         ,   ,        ,      number.
                     .                              3. Press        Lock Phone.

            2. Use       to select a setting,       4. Use       to select a setting,

              then press       .                                then press       .
                                                       Unlock The phone is never
              On/ Off                                  locked.
            7.3 Security                               Lock The phone is always
                                                       locked. When locked, you can
            Allows you to secure the phone             only receive incoming calls or
            electronically.                            make emergency calls.
            7.3.1 Lock Phone                           On Power Up The phone is
                                                       locked when it is turned on.
            Keeps your phone from
            unauthorized use. Once the
7.3.2 Change Lock Code                  The lock code is commonly
Allows you to change to a new           the last 4 digits of your phone
four-digit lock code.                   number.
1. Press      ,     ,   ,     .      3. Press         Reset Defaults.
2. Enter the 4-digit password.       4. Read the screen message,
   The lock code is commonly            then press    .
   the last 4 digits of your phone   5. Press        Revert to change
   number.                              your phone settings back to
3. Press        Change Lock             the factory defaults or press
   Code.                                      Cancel to exit without
4. Enter a old four-digit lock
   code.                             8. Airplane Mode
5. Enter a new four-digit lock
                                     Airplane Mode allows you to use
                                     many of your phone’s features,
6. Enter the new lock code again     such as Games, Notepad, Voice
   to confirm the original entry.    Memos, etc., when you are in an
                                     airplane or in any other area
7.3.3 Reset Defaults
                                     where making or receiving calls
Allows you to reset your phone       or data is prohibited. When your
to the factory default settings.     phone is in Airplane Mode, it
1. Press ,          ,       ,    .   cannot send or receive any calls
2. Enter the 4-digit password.       or access online information.


            1. Press     ,        ,    .

            2. Use      to select a setting,
              then press      .
              On/ Off

TIA(Telecommunications              G   NCRP Report 86 (1986)
Industry Association)               G   ICNIRP (1996)
Safety Information
                                    G   Health Canada, Safety Code 6,
The following is the complete           1999.
TIA Safety Information for
wireless handheld phones.           Those standards were based on
                                    comprehensive and periodic
Exposure to Radio Frequency         evaluations of the relevant
                                    scientific literature. For example,
                                    over 120 scientists, engineers,
Your wireless handheld portable     and physicians from universities,
phone is a low power radio          government health agencies,
transmitter and receiver. When it   and industry reviewed the
is ON, it receives and also sends   available body of research to
out Radio Frequency (RF) signals.   develop the ANSI Standard
In August, 1996, the Federal        (C95.1).

Communications Commissions
(FCC) adopted RF exposure           The design of your phone
guidelines with safety levels for   complies with the FCC
handheld wireless phones.           guidelines, IC Regulations (and
Those guidelines are consistent     those standards).
with the safety standards
previously set by both U.S. and     Antenna Care
international standards bodies:
                                    Use only the supplied or an
G   ANSI C95.1 (1992) *             approved replacement antenna.

          Unauthorised antennas,             Driving
          modifications, or attachments
                                             Check the laws and regulations
          could damage the phone and
                                             on the use of wireless phones in
          may violate FCC regulations.       the areas where you drive and
                                             always obey them. Also, if using
          Phone Operation                    your phone while driving, please
          NORMAL POSITION: Hold the          observe the following:
          phone as you would any other       G   Give full attention to driving --
          telephone with the antenna             driving safely is your first
          pointed up and over your               responsibility;
                                             G Use hands-free operation, if
          Tips on Efficient Operation
                                             G   Pull off the road and park before
          For your phone to operate most
                                                 making or answering a call if
                                                 driving conditions or the law

          Do not touch the antenna               so require.
          unnecessarily when the phone is
          in use. Contact with the antenna   Electronic Devices
          affects call quality and may
                                             Most modern electronic
          cause the phone to operate at a
                                             equipment is shielded from RF
          higher power level than
                                             signals. However, certain
          otherwise needed.
                                             electronic equipment may not be
                                             shielded against the RF signals
                                             from your wireless phone.

Pacemakers                            reason to suspect that
The Health Industry                   interference is taking place.
Manufacturers Association
recommends that a minimum
                                    Hearing Aids
separation of six inches be         Some digital wireless phones
maintained between a handheld       may interfere with some hearing
wireless phone and a                aids. In the event of such
pacemaker to avoid potential
                                    interference, you may want to
interference with the pacemaker.
These recommendations are           consult your service provider (or
consistent with the independent     call the customer service line to
research by and                     discuss alternatives.) Optional
recommendations of Wireless         for each phone manufacturer.
Technology Research.
                                    Other Medical Devices
Persons with Pacemakers:            If you use any other personal
G Should ALWAYS keep the

                                    medical device, consult the
  phone more than six inches        manufacturer of your device to
  from their pacemaker when         determine if it is adequately
  the phone is turned ON;           shielded from external RF
G Should not carry the phone in     energy. Your physician may be
                                    able to assist you in obtaining
  a breast pocket;
                                    this information.
G Should use the ear opposite
  the pacemaker to minimize         Health Care Facilities
  the potential for interference;
G Should turn the phone OFF         Turn your phone OFF in health

  immediately if there is any       care facilities when any
          regulations posted in these areas     OFF your phone before boarding
          instruct you to do so. Hospitals or   an aircraft.
          health care facilities may use
          equipment that could be sensitive     Blasting Areas
          to external RF energy.
                                                To avoid interfering with blasting
          Vehicles                              operations, turn your phone OFF
                                                when in a “blasting area” or in
          RF signals may affect improperly      areas posted: “Turn off two-way
          installed or inadequately             radio”. Obey all signs and
          shielded electronic systems in        instructions.
          motor vehicles. Check with the
          manufacturer or its                   Potentially Explosive
          representative regarding your
          vehicle. You should also consult
          the manufacturer of any               Turn your phone OFF when in any
          equipment that has been added         area with a potentially explosive
          to your vehicle.                      atmosphere and obey all signs

                                                and instructions. Sparks in such
          Posted Facilities                     areas could cause an explosion or
                                                fire resulting in bodily injury or
          Turn your phone OFF in any            even death.
          facility where posted notices so
                                                Areas with a potentially explosive
          require.                              atmosphere are often, but not
                                                always marked clearly. Potential
          Aircraft                              areas may include: fueling areas
          FCC and Transport Canada              (such as gasoline stations); below
          regulations prohibit using your       deck on boats; fuel or chemical

          phone while in the air. Switch        transfer or storage facilities;
vehicles using liquefied                 charger or adapter to direct
petroleum gas (such as propane           sunlight or use it in places
or butane); areas where the air          with high humidity, such as a
contains chemicals or particles
(such as grain, dust, or metal
powders); and any other area         Battery Information and
where you would normally be          Care
advised to turn off your vehicle
engine.                              G   Please dispose of your battery
                                         properly or take it to your
For Vehicles Equipped with an            local wireless carrier for
Air Bag                                  recycling.
An air bag inflates with great       G   Do not dispose of your battery
force. DO NOT place objects,             by fire or with hazardous or
including either installed or            flammable materials.
portable wireless equipment, in
                                     G   Never use an unapproved

the area over the air bag or in
the air bag deployment area. If          battery since this could
in-vehicle wireless equipment is         damage the phone and/or
improperly installed and the air         battery and could cause the
bag inflates, serious injury could       battery to explode.
                                     G   The battery does not need to
Charger and Adapter Safety               be fully discharged before
G   The charger and adapter are          recharging.
    intended for indoor use only.    G   Use only LG-approved
G                                        chargers specific to your
    Do not expose the battery
              phone model since they are         Safety Information
              designed to maximize battery       Please read and observe the
              life.                              following information for safe
          G   Do not disassemble or short-       and proper use of your phone
                                                 and to prevent damage. Also,
              circuit the battery.               keep the user’s guide in an
          G   Keep the battery’s metal           accessible place at all the times
              contacts clean.                    after reading it.
          G   Replace the battery when it
                                                 Explosion, Shock, and Fire
              no longer provides acceptable
              performance. The battery can
              be recharged several hundred       G   Unplug the power cord and
              times before replacement.              charger during lightning
                                                     storms to avoid electric shock
              Recharge the battery after
                                                     or fire.
              long periods of non-use to

              maximize battery life.                 Make sure that no sharp-
                                                     edged items such as animal’s
          G   Battery life will vary due to          teeth, nails, come into contact
              usage patterns and                     with the battery. There is a
              environmental conditions.              risk of this causing a fire.
          G   Use of extended backlighting,      G   Do not use harsh
              MiniBrowser, and data                  chemicals(such as alcohol,
              connectivity kits affect battery       benzene, thinners, etc.) or
              life and talk/standby times.           detergents to clean your
                                                     phone. There is a risk of this
72                                                   causing a fire.
G   Do not handle the phone with            connected. If it is not, it may
    wet hands while it is being             cause excessive heat or fire.
    charged. It may cause an            G   Do not place any heavy items
    electric shock or seriously             on the power cord. Do not
    damage your phone.                      allow the power cord to be
G   Do not drop, strike, or shake           crimped as it may cause fire
    your phone severely. Such               or electric shock.
    actions may harm the internal       G   Do not disassemble the
    circuit boards of the phone.            phone.
G   Do not put your phone in a          G   Do not place or answer calls
    place subject to excessive dust         while charging the phone as it
    and keep the minimum                    may short-circuit the phone
    required distance between the           and/or cause electric shock
    power cord and heat sources.            or fire.
G   Unplug the power cord prior         G   If you put your phone in a

    to cleaning your phone, and             pocket or bag without
    clean the power plug pin when           covering the receptacle of the
    it is dirty.                            phone (power plug pin),
G   Do not damage the power                 metallic articles (such as a
    cord by bending, twisting,              coin, paperclip or pen) may
    pulling, or heating. Do not use         short-circuit the phone.
    the plug if it is loose as it may       Always cover the receptacle
    cause a fire or electric shock.         when not in use.
G   When using the power plug,          G   Do not short-circuit the

    ensure that it is firmly                battery. Metallic articles such
              as a coin, paperclip or pen in         magnetic components such
              your pocket or bag may short-          as a credit card, phone card,
              circuit the + and – terminals          bank book or subway ticket
              of the battery (metal strips on        near your phone. The
              the battery) upon moving.              magnetism of the phone may
              Short-circuit of the terminal          damage the data stored in the
              may damage the battery and             magnetic strip.
              cause an explosion.                G   Do not hold or let the antenna
          G   Never place your phone in a            come in contact with your
              microwave oven as it will              body during a call.
              cause the battery to explode.      G   Talking on your phone for a
                                                     long period of time may
          General Warnings and Cautions              reduce call quality due to heat
          G   Only use the batteries,                generated during use.
              antennas, and chargers             G   When the phone is not used

              provided by LG. The warranty           for a long period time, store it
              will not be applied to products        in a safe place with the power
              provided by other suppliers.           cord unplugged.
          G   Store the battery in a place out   G   Using the phone in proximity
              of reach of children.                  to receiving equipment (i.e.,
          G   Using a damaged battery or             TV or radio) may cause
              placing a battery in your              interference to the phone.
              mouth may cause serious            G   Only authorized personnel
              injury.                                should service the phone and
              Do not place items containing          its accessories. Faulty
    installation or service may           do not touch the antenna
    result in accidents and               unnecessarily.
    consequently invalidate the
    warranty.                         Warning! Important Safety
    Do not use the phone if the
    antenna is damaged. If a
                                      Avoiding hearing damage
    damaged antenna contacts
    skin, it may cause a slight       Permanent hearing loss may
    burn. Please contact an LG        occur if you use your phone
    Authorized Service Center to      and/or headset at a high volume.
    replace the damaged               Set the volume to a safe level. You
    antenna.                          can adapt over time to a higher
G   Do not use the phone in areas     volume of sound that may sound
    where its use is prohibited.      normal but can be damaging to
    (For example: aircraft)           your hearing. If you experience
                                      ringing in your ears or muffled

    Do not immerse your phone in
                                      speech, stop listening and have
    water. If this happens, turn it
                                      your hearing checked. The louder
    off immediately and remove
                                      the volume, the less time is
    the battery. If the phone does
                                      required before your hearing
    not work, take it to an LG
                                      could be affected. Hearing experts
    Authorized Service Center.
                                      suggest that to protect your
G   Use accessories, such as          hearing:
    earphones and headsets, with
                                      G   Limit the amount of time you
    caution. Ensure that cables
    are tucked away safely and            use your phone and/or
                                          headset at high volume.
          G   Avoid turning up the volume to     FDA Consumer Update
              block out noisy surroundings.
                                                             The U.S. Food and
          G   Turn the volume down if you                    Drug
              can’t hear people speaking                     Administration’s
              near you.                                      Center for Devices
          For information about how to set a     and Radiological Health
          maximum volume limit on your           Consumer Update on Mobile
          phone, see the features guide for      Phones:
          your phone.                            1. Do wireless phones pose a
                                                 health hazard?
          Using your phone safely
                                                 The available scientific evidence
          Use of your phone while operating      does not show that any health
          a vehicle is not recommended and       problems are associated with
          is illegal in some areas. Be careful   using wireless phones. There is
          and attentive while driving. Stop

                                                 no proof, however, that wireless
          using your phone if you find it        phones are absolutely safe.
          disruptive or distracting while        Wireless phones emit low levels
          operating any type of vehicle or       of radiofrequency energy (RF) in
          performing any other activity that     the microwave range while
          requires your full attention.          being used. They also emit very
                                                 low levels of RF when in the
                                                 Main Menu Screen. Whereas
                                                 high levels of RF can produce
                                                 health effects (by heating tissue),

                                                 exposure to low level RF that
does not produce heating effects    wireless phones are shown to
causes no known adverse health      emit radiofrequency energy (RF)
effects. Many studies of low        at a level that is hazardous to the
level RF exposures have not         user. In such a case, the FDA
found any biological effects.       could require the manufacturers
Some studies have suggested         of wireless phones to notify
that some biological effects may    users of the health hazard and to
occur, but such findings have not   repair, replace, or recall the
been confirmed by additional        phones so that the hazard no
research. In some cases, other      longer exists.
researchers have had difficulty
                                    Although the existing scientific
in reproducing those studies, or
                                    data do not justify FDA
in determining the reasons for
                                    regulatory actions, the FDA has
inconsistent results.
                                    urged the wireless phone
2. What is the FDA's role           industry to take a number of

   concerning the safety of         steps, including the following:
   wireless phones?
                                        Support needed research into
Under the law, the FDA does not         possible biological effects of
review the safety of radiation-         RF of the type emitted by
emitting consumer products such         wireless phones.
as wireless phones before they
                                    G   Design wireless phones in a
can be sold, as it does with new
drugs or medical devices.               way that minimizes any RF
However, the agency has                 exposure to the user that is
authority to take action if             not necessary for device
                                        function; and cooperate in
              providing users of wireless      working group activities, as well.
              phones with the best possible    The FDA shares regulatory
              information on possible          responsibilities for wireless
              effects of wireless phone use    phones with the Federal
              on human health.                 Communications Commission
                                               (FCC). All phones that are sold in
          The FDA belongs to an                the United States must comply
          interagency working group of the     with FCC safety guidelines that
          federal agencies that have           limit RF exposure.
          responsibility for different
          aspects of RF safety to ensure       The FCC relies on the FDA and
          coordinated efforts at the federal   other health agencies for safety
          level. The following agencies        questions about wireless
          belong to this working group:        phones.
          G   National Institute for           The FCC also regulates the base
              Occupational Safety and          stations that the wireless phone
              Health                           networks rely upon. While these

                                               base stations operate at higher
            Environmental Protection
                                               power than do the wireless
                                               phones themselves, the RF
          G   Occupational Safety and          exposures that people get from
              Health Administration            these base stations are typically
                                               thousands of times lower than
              National Telecommunications
                                               those they can get from wireless
              and Information
                                               phones. Base stations are thus
                                               not the subject of the safety
          The National Institutes of Health    questions discussed in this
          participates in some interagency     document.
3. What kinds of phones are the     telephone wiring in a house,
   subject of this update?          typically operate at far lower
                                    power levels, and thus produce
The term “wireless phone”
                                    RF exposures far below the FCC
refers here to handheld wireless
                                    safety limits.
phones with built-in antennas,
often called “cell”, “mobile”, or   4. What are the results of the
“PCS” phones. These types of           research done already?
wireless phones can expose the
                                    The research done thus far has
user to measurable
                                    produced conflicting results, and
radiofrequency energy (RF)
                                    many studies have suffered from
because of the short distance
                                    flaws in their research methods.
between the phone and the
                                    Animal experiments investigating
user’s head. These RF exposures
                                    the effects of radiofrequency
are limited by FCC safety
                                    energy (RF) exposures
guidelines that were developed
                                    characteristic of wireless

with the advice of the FDA and
                                    phones have yielded conflicting
other federal health and safety
                                    results that often cannot be
agencies. When the phone is
                                    repeated in other laboratories. A
located at greater distances
                                    few animal studies, however,
from the user, the exposure to RF
                                    have suggested that low levels
is drastically lower because a
                                    of RF could accelerate the
person's RF exposure decreases
                                    development of cancer in
rapidly with increasing distance
                                    laboratory animals. However,
from the source. The so called
                                    many of the studies that showed
“cordless phones,” which have
                                    increased tumor development
a base unit connected to the
          used animals that had been           existence of any harmful health
          genetically engineered or            effects from wireless phone RF
          treated with cancer-causing          exposures. However, none of the
          chemicals so as to be pre-           studies can answer questions
          disposed to develop cancer in        about long-term exposures,
          the absence of RF exposure.          since the average period of
          Other studies exposed the            phone use in these studies was
          animals to RF for up to 22 hours     around three years.
          per day. These conditions are        5. What research is needed to
          not similar to the conditions           decide whether RF exposure
          under which people use wireless         from wireless phones poses a
          phones, so we don’t know with           health risk?
          certainty what the results of
          such studies mean for human          A combination of laboratory
          health. Three large epidemiology     studies and epidemiological
          studies have been published          studies of people actually using

          since December 2000. Between         wireless phones would provide
          them, the studies investigated       some of the data that are
          any possible association             needed. Lifetime animal
          between the use of wireless          exposure studies could be
          phones and primary brain             completed in a few years.
          cancer, glioma, meningioma, or       However, very large numbers of
          acoustic neuroma, tumors of the      animals would be needed to
          brain or salivary gland, leukemia,   provide reliable proof of a
          or other cancers. None of the        cancer promoting effect if one
          studies demonstrated the             exists. Epidemiological studies
80                                             can provide data that is directly
applicable to human populations,    with groups of investigators
but 10 or more years follow-up      around the world to ensure that
may be needed to provide            high priority animal studies are
answers about some health           conducted to address important
effects, such as cancer. This is    questions about the effects of
because the interval between        exposure to radio frequency
the time of exposure to a cancer-   energy (RF). The FDA has been a
causing agent and the time          leading participant in the World
tumors develop — if they do —       Health Organization International
may be many, many years. The        Electromagnetic Fields (EMF)
interpretation of epidemiological   Project since its inception in
studies is hampered by              1996. An influential result of this
difficulties in measuring actual    work has been the development
RF exposure during day-to-day       of a detailed agenda of research
use of wireless phones. Many        needs that has driven the
factors affect this measurement,    establishment of new research

such as the angle at which the      programs around the world. The
phone is held, or which model of    project has also helped develop
phone is used.                      a series of public information
                                    documents on EMF issues. The
6. What is the FDA doing to find
                                    FDA and the Cellular
   out more about the possible
                                    Telecommunications & Internet
   health effects of wireless
                                    Association (CTIA) have a formal
   phone RF?                        Cooperative Research and
The FDA is working with the U.S.    Development Agreement
National Toxicology Program and     (CRADA) to do research on
          wireless phone safety. The FDA       exposures. The FCC established
          provides the scientific oversight,   these guidelines in consultation
          obtaining input from experts in      with the FDA and the other
          government, industry, and            federal health and safety
          academic organizations. CTIA-        agencies. The FCC limit for RF
          funded research is conducted         exposure from wireless
          through contracts with               telephones is set at a Specific
          independent investigators. The       Absorption Rate (SAR) of 1.6
          initial research will include both   watts per kilogram (1.6 W/kg).
          laboratory studies and studies of    The FCC limit is consistent with
          wireless phone users. The            the safety standards developed
          CRADA will also include a broad      by the Institute of Electrical and
          assessment of additional             Electronic Engineering (IEEE)
          research needs in the context of     and the National Council on
          the latest research                  Radiation Protection and
          developments around the world.       Measurement. The exposure

                                               limit takes into consideration the
          7. How can I find out how much
                                               body’s ability to remove heat
             radio frequency energy            from the tissues that absorb
             exposure I can get by using my    energy from the wireless phone
             wireless phone?                   and is set well below levels
          All phones sold in the United        known to have effects.
          States must comply with Federal      Manufacturers of wireless
          Communications Commission            phones must report the RF
          (FCC) guidelines that limit radio    exposure level for each model of
          frequency energy (RF)                phone to the FCC. The FCC
website (   Devices: Experimental
rfsafety) gives directions for     Techniques” sets forth the first
locating the FCC identification    consistent test methodology for
number on your phone so you        measuring the rate at which RF
can find your phone’s RF           is deposited in the heads of
exposure level in the online       wireless phone users. The test
listing.                           method uses a tissue-simulating
8. What has the FDA done to        model of the human head.
                                   Standardized SAR test
   measure the radio frequency
                                   methodology is expected to
   energy coming from wireless
                                   greatly improve the consistency
                                   of measurements made at
The Institute of Electrical and    different laboratories on the
Electronic Engineers (IEEE) is     same phone. SAR is the
developing a technical standard    measurement of the amount of
for measuring the radio            energy absorbed in tissue, either

frequency energy (RF) exposure     by the whole body or a small part
from wireless phones and other     of the body. It is measured in
wireless handsets with the         watts/kg (or milliwatts/g) of
participation and leadership of    matter. This measurement is
FDA scientists and engineers.      used to determine whether a
The standard, “Recommended         wireless phone complies with
Practice for Determining the       safety guidelines.
Spatial-Peak Specific Absorption
Rate (SAR) in the Human Body
Due to Wireless Communications
          9. What steps can I take to         headset and carry the wireless
             reduce my exposure to radio      phone away from your body or
             frequency energy from my         use a wireless phone connected
             wireless phone?                  to a remote antenna. Again, the
                                              scientific data do not
          If there is a risk from these
                                              demonstrate that wireless
          products — and at this point we
                                              phones are harmful. But if you
          do not know that there is — it is
                                              are concerned about the RF
          probably very small. But if you
                                              exposure from these products,
          are concerned about avoiding
                                              you can use measures like those
          even potential risks, you can
                                              described above to reduce your
          take a few simple steps to
                                              RF exposure from wireless
          minimize your exposure to radio
                                              phone use.
          frequency energy (RF). Since
          time is a key factor in how much    10. What about children using
          exposure a person receives,             wireless phones?

          reducing the amount of time         The scientific evidence does not
          spent using a wireless phone        show a danger to users of
          will reduce RF exposure. If you     wireless phones, including
          must conduct extended               children and teenagers. If you
          conversations by wireless phone     want to take steps to lower
          every day, you could place more     exposure to radio frequency
          distance between your body and      energy (RF), the measures
          the source of the RF, since the     described above would apply to
          exposure level drops off            children and teenagers using
          dramatically with distance. For     wireless phones. Reducing the
          example, you could use a
time of wireless phone use and       11. What about wireless phone
increasing the distance between          interference with medical
the user and the RF source will          equipment?
reduce RF exposure. Some
                                     Radio frequency energy (RF)
groups sponsored by other
                                     from wireless phones can
national governments have
                                     interact with some electronic
advised that children be
                                     devices. For this reason, the FDA
discouraged from using wireless
                                     helped develop a detailed test
phones at all. For example, the
                                     method to measure
government in the United
                                     electromagnetic interference
Kingdom distributed leaflets
                                     (EMI) of implanted cardiac
containing such a
                                     pacemakers and defibrillators
recommendation in December
                                     from wireless telephones. This
2000. They noted that no
                                     test method is now part of a
evidence exists that using a
                                     standard sponsored by the
wireless phone causes brain

                                     Association for the
tumors or other ill effects. Their
                                     Advancement of Medical
recommendation to limit wireless
                                     instrumentation (AAMI). The final
phone use by children was
                                     draft, a joint effort by the FDA,
strictly precautionary; it was not
                                     medical device manufacturers,
based on scientific evidence that
                                     and many other groups, was
any health hazard exists.
                                     completed in late 2000. This
                                     standard will allow
                                     manufacturers to ensure that
                                     cardiac pacemakers and

                                     defibrillators are safe from
          wireless phone EMI. The FDA        12. Where can I find additional
          has tested hearing aids for            information?
          interference from handheld         For additional information,
          wireless phones and helped         please refer to the following
          develop a voluntary standard       resources:
          sponsored by the Institute of
          Electrical and Electronic          FDA web page on wireless
          Engineers (IEEE). This standard    phones
          specifies test methods and         (
          performance requirements for       Federal Communications
          hearing aids and wireless          Commission (FCC) RF Safety
          phones so that no interference     Program
          occurs when a person uses a        (
          “compatible” phone and a
          “compatible” hearing aid at the    International Commission on
          same time. This standard was       Non-lonizing Radiation

          approved by the IEEE in 2000.      Protection
          The FDA continues to monitor       (
          the use of wireless phones for     World Health Organization
          possible interactions with other   (WHO) International EMF Project
          medical devices. Should harmful    (
          interference be found to occur,    National Radiological Protection
          the FDA will conduct testing to    Board (UK)
          assess the interference and        (
          work to resolve the problem.

Consumer Information on             of age and health.
SAR                                 The exposure standard for
(Specific Absorption Rate)          wireless mobile phones employs
This Model Phone Meets the          a unit of measurement known
Government’s Requirements for       as the Specific Absorption Rate,
Exposure to Radio Waves. Your       or SAR. The SAR limit set by the
wireless phone is a radio           FCC/IC is 1.6 W/kg*. Tests for
transmitter and receiver. It is     SAR are conducted using
designed and manufactured not       standard operating positions
to exceed the emission limits for   specified by the FCC with the
exposure to radio frequency         phone transmitting at its highest
(RF) energy set by the Federal      certified power level in all
Communications Commission of        tested frequency bands.
the U.S. Government. These          Although SAR is determined at
limits are part of comprehensive    the highest certified power
guidelines and establish            level, the actual SAR level of the

permitted levels of RF energy for   phone while operating can be
the general population. The         well below the maximum value.
guidelines are based on             Because the phone is designed
standards that were developed       to operate at multiple power
by independent scientific           levels to use only the power
organizations through periodic      required to reach the network,
and thorough evaluation of          in general, the closer you are to
scientific studies. The standards   a wireless base station antenna,
include a substantial safety        the lower the power output.
margin designed to assure the       Before a phone model is
safety of all persons, regardless   available for sale to the public, it
          must be tested and certified to     model phone with all reported
          the FCC that it does not exceed     SAR levels evaluated as in
          the limit established by the        compliance with the FCC RF
          government-adopted                  emission guidelines. SAR
          requirement for safe exposure.      information on this model phone
          The tests are performed in          is on file with the FCC and can
          positions and locations (e.g., at   be found under the Display
          the ear and worn on the body)       Grant section of
          as required by the FCC for each
          model.                              after searching on FCC ID
          The highest SAR value for this      BEJVX5400. Additional
          model phone when tested for         information on Specific
          use at the ear is 1.27 W/kg and     Absorption Rates (SAR) can be
          when worn on the body, as           found on the Cellular
          described in this user guide, is    Telecommunications Industry
          0.693 W/kg (body-worn               Association (CTIA) website at

          measurements differ among 
          phone models, depending upon        * In the United States and
          available accessories and           Canada, the SAR limit for mobile
          FCC/IC requirements). While         phones used by the public is 1.6
          there may be differences            watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over
          between SAR levels of various       one gram of tissue.
          phones and at various positions,    The standard incorporates a
          they all meet the government        substantial margin of safety to
          requirement for safe exposure.      give additional protection for the
          The FCC has granted an              public and to account for any

          Equipment Authorization for this    variations in measurements.
There are a variety of accessories available for your mobile phone.
Consult your local dealer for availability. Optional items are sold
separately. Visit: for accessory availability.

Battery Charger                       Vehicle Power Charger
The battery                           The vehicle power
charger allows                        charger allows you to
you to charge                         operate the phone
your phone.                           and trickle charge the
                                      phone’s battery from
                                      your vehicle.
Standard battery                      Holster

is available.

Battery Cover                         Headset
                                      Connects to
                                      your phone,
                                      allowing hands-
                                      free operation.

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