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LG221C User Guide
- English
Some of the contents in this manual may differ from your
phone depending on the software of the phone or your service
provider.

Summary of Contents

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    LG221C User Guide - English Some of the contents in this manual may differ from your phone depending on the software of the phone or your service provider.

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    Phone Overview Earpiece Lets you hear the caller. LCD Screen Displays messages and indicator icons. When the phone is turned on, Power Save mode automatically dims the screen and then darkens it if no keys are pressed. Left Soft Key Use to access the Main menu from the standby screen, or the function immediately above it.

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    Earphone Jack Allows the use of a headset to hear caller's voice. Side Volume Keys Use to adjust the ringer volume in standby mode and the earpiece volume during a call. Charger/Accessory Port Connects the phone to the battery charger or other available accessories.

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    Menus Overview Menu Access Menu to access While in standby mode, press Left Soft Key twelve phone menus. There are two methods of accessing menus and submenus: Use the navigation key to highlight a menu/option and to select it. Press the number key on the keypad that to activate the corresponding menu/option.

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    Browser 5. Time & Date 3. Notepad 6. Help 1. Start Browser 2. Command Mode Bluetooth 1. Normal Multimedia 1. Paired Devices 2. Speed 2. Power 1. Record Voice 3. Announce Alert 3. My Visibility 2. Images 1. Disable 4. My Bluetooth 1.

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    Menus Overview Settings 2. Call 1. Main Connect Screen 1. Sound 3. Back to Top 2. Front 1. Ringtones Screen 4. Low Battery 1. All Calls 6. Font Settings 5. Roam Alert 2. Caller ID 1. Font Type 6. Power On/Off 3.

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    5. TTY Mode 5. System 1. Network 1. System Select 2. Serving System 2. Location 6. Memory 1. Reserved Memory 2. Multimedia 7. Phone Info 1. My Number 2. ESN/MEID 3. Icon Glossary 4. Version...

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    Using any charger other than the one phone, then snap the rest of included with the LG221C may the battery into place. Align damage your phone or battery. the battery cover then slide it...

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    audible tone, blinking the battery icon, and displaying a warning message. If the battery charge level becomes exceedingly low, the phone Notice automatically switches off and Please make sure that the 'B' Side any function in progress is not faces up before inserting a saved.

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    Getting Started with Your Phone Signal Strength Making Calls Call quality depends on the 1. Make sure the phone is signal strength in your area. turned on. If not, press The signal strength is indicated for about 3 seconds to turn on the screen as the number of it on.

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    Redialing Calls Receiving Calls 1. Press twice to redial 1. When the phone rings the last number you dialed. and/or vibrates, press The last 150 numbers (50 to answer. Note missed, 50 received and 50 dialed) are stored in the call If you press (the side history list and you can also...

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    Quick Access to Convenient Features Mute Function Call Waiting The Mute Function is used Your cellular service may offer during a phone call. To quickly call waiting. While a call is in activate Mute press Left Soft Key progress one beep indicates an incoming call.

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    with your service provider to ensure they offer this feature. Speed Dialing Enter the Speed Dial number and press Speed dialing is a convenient Dialing Double Digit Speed feature that allows you to make Dials (from 10 to 99) phone calls quickly. A number key can be assigned to a Press the first digit and then specific phone number.

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    Entering and Editing Information Text Input Next: In T9 mode, press You can input and edit your to display other Banner, Calendar, Contacts, matching words. Space: Press to Alarm Clock, Notepad, and Messages plus much more. complete a word if text When Entering Text Without is in T9 mode or insert the QWERTY...

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    Contacts in Your Phone’s Memory The Basics of Storing Phone Numbers With Contacts Entries Pauses When you call automated 1. From standby mode enter systems, such as voice mail or the phone number you want credit billing numbers, you to save (up to 48 digits). often have to enter a series of Save .

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    Contacts in Your Phone’s Memory Storing a Number with Pauses Adding a Pause to an Existing Number Menu . 1. Press Contacts . 1. While in Standby Mode, 2. Press New Contact . press Navigation Down Key Contacts to display 3.

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    Searching Your Phone’s Contacts to display Memory your Contacts The LG221C phone is able to alphabetically. perform a dynamic search of the 2. Press (or press repeatedly) contents in your phone’s the key on the keypad that memory. A dynamic search...

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    Contacts in Your Phone’s Memory Making a Call From Your Send Message : Send a Phone’s Memory text message to the Once you have stored phone selected contact. Delete : Delete the numbers in your Contacts, you can place calls to those selected entry in your numbers quickly and easily.

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    Speed Dialing 3. Use to highlight the For a single-digit Speed Dial, phone number. press and hold the digit or 4. Press to place the call. press the digit, then press From Call History . For a double-digit Speed Dial, Menu .

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    Using Phone Menus Prepaid 60 mins./ 120 mins./ 200 mins./ 450 mins. The Prepaid Menu provides 3. My Phone Number shortcuts to access useful account information. 1. Add Airtime My Phone Number displays the phone's phone number. Add Airtime allows you to start 1.

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    Contacts 2. Use to highlight an Balance/ Due Date and The Contacts Menu allows you press to store names, phone numbers On/ Off and other information in your phone’s memory. 6. Serial Number Note Serial Number simply displays When you access your Contacts, the number in parentheses the information of your represents the number of entries...

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    Contacts 2. Contact List 1. Press Allows you to view your 2. Enter the name, then press Contact List. 1. Press 3. Highlight the field you wish 2. Choose from the following to store the contact options: information. Press to scroll 4.

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    3. Groups 4. My vCard Allows you to view your Allows you to edit and view grouped Contacts, add a new your personal Contact group, change the name of a information including name and group, or delete a whole group. phone numbers.

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    Contacts/ Messages Messages 5. Speed Dials The LG221C can store a total Allows you to view your Speed of up to 515(Inbox 500 + Dials list, designate new Speed Drafts 15) incoming messages Dials, or remove Speed Dial and drafts. The information...

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    The Basics of Sending a Text Message 3. Use to highlight an option and press Contacts 1. Press To select a 2. Enter the recipient's recipient from your Contact address. List. Call History 3. Press to access the text To select a field.

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    Messages Customize Your Text Priority Level Priority Level High / Normal Message Using Options Cancel Cancel Cancels your You have various options to customize the text while you message. are composing a message. 6. Complete your message and 1. Press send or save it.

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    Drafts 3. Press Left Soft Key Reply to reply, View . Draft Text Message 2. Inbox For text messages the options are: Delete/Forward/Save The phone alerts you in 2 ways Contact/Lock/Delete when you receive a new Multiple message by: Displaying a notification When viewing a particular text message and the View Type is message on the screen.

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    Messages Save as Templates Stores the 2. Use to highlight a sent message as a template for message. Press Left Soft Key Resend to resend the future messages. Go To URL Accesses the message to the recipient, View to view the website by starting Browser.

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    address(es). Or press the Right Soft Options to view Save Contact Stores the the options available callback number, e-mail (below): address, and numbers in the Delete received message into your Deletes the selected Contacts. message from the Drafts. Save as Templates Save Contact Select Save New / Stores the...

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    Messages 5. Voicemail 6. Templates Allows you to hear new voice Allows you to display, edit, and messages recorded in your add text phrases. voice mail box. Your phone will These text strings allow you to alert you when you receive a reduce manual text input into new voice message.

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    7. Settings 8. Delete All Allows you to configure Allows you to erase the settings for Messaging: messages stored in your Inbox, Sent, or Drafts message 1. Press to hlight All folders. You can also erase all 2. Use messages at the same time. Message/ Text Message 1.

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    Recent Calls Recent Calls 2. Received Calls Allows you to view the list of The Recent Calls Menu is a list incoming calls; up to 50 of the last phone numbers or entries. Contacts entries for calls you placed, accepted, or missed. It 1.

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    Games Games 5. Call Timer Allows you to view the duration Allows you to use the loaded of selected calls. games or buy new games. 1. Buy Games 1. Press 2. Use to highlight a call Record Voice allows you to type (below).

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    Browser Browser Ending an Web Session End an Web session by The Web feature allows you to pressing view Internet content. Navigating Through the Accessibility and selections Browser within this feature are dependent upon your service provider. For specific On-screen items may be information on Web contact presented in one of the your service provider.

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    Text or numbers function may change depending on the content You can select the items by displayed. moving the cursor and pressing the appropriate The Right Soft Key is used Soft Keys. primarily for secondary options Scrolling or a menu of secondary options. Entering Text, Numbers, or to scroll through the Symbols...

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    Browser/ Multimedia Multimedia last number, letter, or symbol. Press and hold to clear the 1. Record Voice input field completely. Initiating a Phone Call From Record Voice allows you to record short verbal/voice messages. You can make a phone call 1.

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    2. Images 3. Sounds Allows you to browse through Allows you to choose audio the images saved on your clips. handset. 1. Press 1. Press 2. Select My Images or Default . 2. Press Left Soft Key Voice to record an audio To review your stored pictures : clip.

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    Multimedia / Voice Command Voice Command Set As/ Rename/ Delete and press Allows you to make phone calls quickly and easily by voice. - Or - to highlight My Your phone recalls the number 2. Use Sounds or Default and from your Contacts, displays it briefly, and then dials it.

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    1.5 Time & Date 2. Say the name as it is saved in your Contact List or say This voice command feature the number. will read out the current time & 1.2 Voicemail date. 1. Press 1. Press 1.6 Help 2.

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    Voice Command 4. Train Word 1. Press Allows you to train the voice 2. Select options. recognition for improved Normal/ Speed results. 3. Announce Alert 1. Press 2. Select options. Voice Command/ Answer/ Allows you to customize the Digit Dial Announce Alert function.

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    My Schedule My Schedule 6. Use to highlight Ringtones , press Left Soft Key 1. Alarm Clock Set and select a ringtone. Save . Allows you to set up to five 7. Press alarms. At the alarm time, any 2. Calendar set alarm will sound the tone of your choice, and an alarm Allows you to store and access...

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    My Schedule/ Bluetooth Bluetooth New . 3. Press Left Soft Key The LG221C is compatible 4. Use to highlight the field with devices that support the you wish to edit, then press Set to edit Bluetooth® headset, hands-free Left Soft Key...

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    Note 3. Press Left Soft Key Search to search for devices The Bluetooth ® features of this to pair. If Bluetooth ® power is handset may not be compatible set to off, you will be with all devices which are Bluetooth ®...

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    Bluetooth 3. My Visibility 7. Once connected, you will see the device listed in the Paired Allows you to set the visibility Devices menu. of your Bluetooth ® function. 2. Power 1. Press 2. Use to select a setting, Allows you to set the power then press On/Off.

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    Tools Tools Press Right Soft Key Operator for additional Your phone is equipped with helpful tools, including: Ez Tip calculating options. Calculator, Calculator, World Use Navigation Keys to Clock, Stopwatch, Unti enter functions. Converter. 1. Calculator Press to complete equation. 2.

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    Tools 4. Stopwatch 4. Press Left Soft Key Reset for another. Allows you to use the Stopwatch 3. World Clock function of the phone. 1. Press Start to start, Allows you to determine the 2. Press Stop to stop. current time in another time and press zone or country.

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    Settings Settings Play to play the 5. Press 1. Sound ringtone, and Left Soft Key Set to set the ringtone to your phone. Options to customize your 1.2 Volume phone's sounds: 1.1 Ringtones Allows you to set various volume settings. Allows you to assign ringtones for incoming calls.

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    Settings 1.5 Service Alerts 2. Select Message / Voicemail / Message Reminder. Allows you to set any of the 4 Alert options to On or Off. 3. Use to select a setting, 1. Press then press 1.4 Alert Type 2. Select an alert option. Allows you to select the alert 1.5.1 Minute Beep types.

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    1.7 Flip Tone 1.5.4 Low Battery Allows you to set a Flip tone Alerts you when the battery that will play when you Flip charge level is low. to On/ Off , then your phone. 3. Use 1. Press to set to On/ Off , press .(Options for Low Battery are: Announce/...

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    Settings 2.1 Wallpaper 2.3 Menu Style Allows you to choose the kind Allows you to view the main of background to be displayed Menu items as icons or on a on the phone. list. 1. Press 1. Press 2. Select Icon or List and press 2.

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    Options for Font Type option, then press LG Gothic / LG Greentea / Normal Clock/ Analog LG Mint / LG Round / LG Clock/ Digital12 Clock/ Secret Digital24 Clock/ Dual Clock/ Calendar/ Off Options for Dial Font Size Normal / Large 2.5.2 Front Screen...

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    Settings to highlight On / calls. You can modify the lock 2. Use Off , then press code by setting a New Lock 2.8 Name Match for code within the Security menu. Dialing 1. Press 2. Enter the four-digit lock Allows you to turn Name code.

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    3.2 Change Lock Code Reset Default. 3. Press Allows you to enter a new four- 4. A message will pop up that digit lock code. says "Preference settings will 1. Press be set to factory defaults. 2. Enter the four-digit lock Press <OK>...

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    Settings (from below), then press designated in your Contacts Flip Open / SEND key will not function. Only / Any Key / Auto with 1. Press Handsfree 4.2 Auto Retry 2. Use to select a setting, then press On / Off Allows you to set the length of 4.4 Airplane Mode time the phone waits before...

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    5. System 4.5 TTY Mode Allows you to attach a TTY The System menu allows you to (Teletype writer) device, designate specific system enabling you to communicate network settings. 5.1 Network with parties also using a TTY device. A phone with TTY 5.1.1 System Select support is able to translate typed characters to voice.

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    Settings SID Number. This information 2. Use to highlight should only be used for Reserved Memory/ technical support. Multimedia, and press 7. Phone Info 1. Press 5.2 Location The Phone Info menu provides you with specific information Menu for GPS (Global pertaining to your phone model.

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    Safety TIA Safety Information NCRP Report 86 (1986) ICNIRP (1996) The following is the complete TIA Safety Information for * American National Standards wireless handheld phones. Institute; National Council on Exposure to Radio Frequency Radiation Protection and Signal Measurements; International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection.

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    Safety Antenna Care Driving Use only the supplied or an Check the laws and regulations approved replacement antenna. on the use of wireless phones Unauthorized antennas, in the areas where you drive modifications, or attachments and always obey them. Also, if could damage the phone and using your phone while driving, may violate FCC regulations.

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    Pacemakers Should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to The Health Industry minimize the potential for Manufacturers Association interference; recommends that a minimum Should turn the phone OFF separation of six (6) inches be immediately if there is any maintained between a handheld reason to suspect that wireless phone and a pacemaker interference is taking place.

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    Safety shielded from external RF added to your vehicle. Posted Facilities energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining this information. Turn your phone OFF in any Health Care Facilities facility where posted notices so require. Aircraft Turn your phone OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted in these...

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    Potentially Explosive turn off your vehicle engine. Atmosphere For Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag Turn your phone OFF when in any area with a potentially An air bag inflates with great explosive atmosphere and obey force. DO NOT place objects, all signs and instructions.

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    For Your Safety Safety Information Only use the battery for the system for which it is Please read and observe the specified. following information for safe Only use the battery with a and proper use of your phone charging system that has and to prevent damage.

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    The battery doesn't need to that bear the USB-IF logo or be empty before recharging. have completed the USB-IF compliance program. Use only LG-approved Charger and Adapter Safety chargers specific to your phone model since they are designed to maximize battery The charger and adapter are life.

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    For Your Safety Explosion, Shock, and Fire Keep the battery’s metal Hazards contacts clean. Replace the battery when it Do not put your phone in a no longer provides acceptable place subject to excessive dust performance. The battery can and keep the minimum required be recharged several hundred distance between the power times before replacement.

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    Do not place items skin, it may cause a slight containing magnetic burn. Please contact an LG components such as a credit Authorized Service Center card, phone card, bank to replace the damaged book, or subway ticket near...

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    If the Use accessories, such as phone does not work, take it earphones and headsets, to an LG Authorized Service with caution. Ensure that Center. cables are tucked away Do not paint your phone. safely and do not touch the antenna unnecessarily.

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    Please contact an LG book, or subway ticket near Authorized Service Center your phone. The magnetism to replace the damaged of the phone may damage antenna.

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    For Your Safety Warning! Important safety information software. Please backup your important phone numbers. (Ring tones, text messages, Avoiding hearing damage voice messages, pictures, and videos could also be deleted.) The manufacturer Permanent hearing loss may is not liable for damage due occur if you use your phone to the loss of data.

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    Avoiding hearing damage Avoid turning up the volume to block out noisy Permanent hearing loss may surroundings. occur if you use your headset Turn the volume down if you at a high volume. Set the can’t hear people speaking volume to a safe level. You can near you.

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    For Your Safety FDA Consumer Update Turn the volume down if you can’t hear people speaking The U.S. Food and Drug near yo Administration’s Center for For information about how to Devices and Radiological set a maximum volume limit on Health Consumer Update on your handset, please refer to Mobile Phones:...

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    produce heating effects causes the agency has authority to no known adverse health take action if wireless phones effects. Many studies of low are shown to emit Radio level RF exposures have not Frequency (RF) energy at a found any biological effects. level that is hazardous to the Some studies have suggested user.

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    For Your Safety exposure to the user that is Health not necessary for device Administration function; and National Cooperate in providing users Telecommunications and of wireless phones with the Information Administration best possible information on The National Institutes of possible effects of wireless Health participates in some phone use on human health.

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    While these base stations These RF exposures are limited operate at higher power than by FCC safety guidelines that do the wireless phones were developed with the advice themselves, the RF exposures of the FDA and other federal that people get from these health and safety agencies.

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    For Your Safety from flaws in their research the conditions under which methods. Animal experiments people use wireless phones, so investigating the effects of we do not know with certainty Radio Frequency (RF) energy what the results of such exposures characteristic of studies mean for human health.

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    5. What research is needed to decide whether RF exposure to a cancer-causing agent and from wireless phones poses a the time tumors develop — if health risk? they do — may be many, many years. The interpretation of epidemiological studies is A combination of laboratory hampered by difficulties in studies and epidemiological...

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    For Your Safety about the effects of exposure provides the scientific to Radio Frequency (RF) oversight, obtaining input from energy. experts in government, industry, and academic The FDA has been a leading organizations. CTIA-funded participant in the World Health research is conducted through Organization International contracts with independent Electro Magnetic Fields (EMF)

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    Commission (FCC) guidelines exposure level for each model that limit Radio Frequency (RF) of phone to the FCC. The FCC energy exposures. The FCC website established these guidelines in http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety consultation with the FDA and gives directions for locating the the other federal health and FCC identification number on safety agencies.

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    For Your Safety Determining the Spatial-Peak determine whether a wireless Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) phone complies with safety in the Human Body Due to guidelines. 9. What steps can I take to Wireless Communications reduce my exposure to Radio Devices: Experimental Frequency energy from my Techniques”, sets forth the first wireless phone?

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    your body and the source of (RF) energy, the measures the RF, since the exposure level described above would apply drops off dramatically with to children and teenagers using distance. For example, you wireless phones. Reducing the could use a headset and carry time of wireless phone use and the wireless phone away from increasing the distance...

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    For Your Safety evidence that any health standard will allow hazard exists. manufacturers to ensure that 1 1. What about wireless cardiac pacemakers and phone interference with defibrillators are safe from medical equipment? wireless phone EMI. The FDA has tested hearing Radio Frequency (RF) energy aids for interference from from wireless phones can...

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    medical devices. Should (http://www.who.int/emf) harmful interference be found National Radiological to occur, the FDA will conduct Protection Board (UK) testing to assess the (http://www.hpa.org.uk/radiation/) 10 Driver Safety Tips interference and work to resolve the problem. 12. Where can I find additional information? Your wireless phone gives you the powerful ability to...

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    For Your Safety 1. Get to know your wireless 3. Make sure you place your phone and its features such wireless phone within easy as speed dial and redial. reach and where you can Carefully read your reach it without removing instruction manual and learn your eyes from the road.

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    5. Don’t take notes or look up to dial while driving, follow this simple tip -- dial only a phone numbers while few numbers, check the road driving. If you are reading an and your mirrors, then address book or business continue.

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    For Your Safety dangerous situations -- with 10. Call roadside assistance or your phone at your side, a special wireless non- help is only three numbers emergency assistance away. Dial 91 1 or other local number when necessary. emergency number in the Certain situations you case of fire, traffic accident, encounter while driving...

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    device while operating a by the Federal Communications vehicle, it is recommended that Commission (FCC) of the U.S. you consult your applicable Government. These FCC jurisdiction’s local laws or other exposure limits are derived regulations regarding such use. from the recommendations of Such laws or other regulations two expert organizations, the may prohibit or otherwise...

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    For Your Safety energy by the human body power levels to use only the expressed in units of watts per power required to reach the kilogram (W/kg). The FCC network, in general, the closer requires wireless phones to you are to a wireless base comply with a safety limit of station antenna, the lower the 1.6 watts per kilogram (1.6...

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    requirements, a minimum The highest SAR value for this separation distance of 0.79 model phone when tested for inches (2.0 cm) must be use at the ear is 1.24 W/kg maintained between the user s and when worn on the body, as body and the back of the described in this user’s manual, phone.

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    For Your Safety FCC Hearing-Aid Compatibility (HAC) number. Once you have the FCC ID number for a particular Regulations for phone, follow the instructions Wireless Devices on the website and it should provide values for typical or maximum SAR for a particular On July 10, 2003, the U.S.

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    whining noise. Some hearing successfully. Trying out the devices are more immune than phone with your hearing others to this interference device is the best way to noise, and phones also vary in evaluate it for your personal the amount of interference needs.

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    For Your Safety health professional may help is acceptable for normal you find this rating. Higher operation. ratings mean that the hearing The M mark is intended to be device is relatively immune to synonymous with the U mark. interference noise. The The T mark is intended to be hearing aid and wireless synonymous with the UT...

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    rating and measurement phone is maintained, procedure are described in secondary transmitters such as the American National Bluetooth and WLAN Standards Institute (ANSI) components must be disabled C63.19 standard. during a call. See Page 52 for instructions to disable these To enter that the Hearing Aid components.

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    Accessories There are a variety of accessories available for your mobile phone. Consult your local dealer for availability. Optional items are sold separately. Battery Charger The battery charger allows you to charge your phone battery. Battery Standard battery is available. Vehicle Power Charger The vehicle power charger allows you to operate the phone and charge the phone’s...

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    Index Buy Games 33 10 Driver Safety Tips Calculator 45 Data Counter 33 Calendar 41 Delete All 31 Call <Name> or Dialed Calls 32 Add Airtime 20 <Number> 38 Display 49 Airplane Mode 54 Call Settings 53 Drafts 29 Airtime Display 20 Call Timer 33 Airtime Info 20 Call Waiting 12...

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    Index Games 33 Messages 24, 39 Groups 23 Missed Calls 32, 39 Paired Devices 43 Multimedia 36 Phone Info 56 Mute Function 12 Phone Numbers With My Bluetooth Info Pauses 15 Help 39 Power 44 My Phone Number Power On/Off Tone My Schedule 41 Images 37 Prepaid 20...

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    Safety Information Information 57 Time & Date 39 Screen Icons 10 Tools 45 Searching Your Train Word 40 Phone’s Memory 17 TTY Mode 55 Security 52 Turning the Phone Serial Number 21 On and Off 9 Service Alerts 48 Settings 31, 47 Signal Strength 10 Unit Converter 46 Sound 47...

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