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LG Freedom UN272 User Manual

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ENGLISH
User Guide
All screen shots in this guide are simulated.
Actual displays and the color of the phone may vary.
Some of the contents in this manual may differ from
your phone depending on the software of the phone
or your service provider.
MFL67607301 (1.0)

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  • Page 1

    ENGLISH User Guide All screen shots in this guide are simulated. Actual displays and the color of the phone may vary. Some of the contents in this manual may differ from your phone depending on the software of the phone or your service provider.

  • Page 2: Important Safety Precautions

    Important Safety Precautions Read these instructions. Breaking the rules Never place your phone in a may be dangerous or illegal. Further detailed microwave oven as it will cause the information is given in this user guide. battery to explode. Never store your phone in Violation of the instructions may temperatures less than -4°F or cause serious injury or death.

  • Page 3

    Important Safety Precautions Do not use a hand-held phone while Do not use harsh chemicals (such as driving. alcohol, benzene, thinners, etc.) or detergents to clean your phone. This Do not use the phone in areas could cause a fire. where its use is prohibited.

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    Important Safety Precautions Do not place any heavy items on the Make sure that no sharp-edged power cord. Do not allow the power items such as animal’s teeth or nails, cord to be crimped as it may cause come into contact with the battery. electric shock or fire.

  • Page 5

    Important Safety Precautions Only use the batteries and chargers emergency number(s) may not work provided by LG. The warranty will in all locations, and sometimes an not be applied to products provided emergency call cannot be placed by other suppliers.

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents Important Safety Precautions ....2 Getting Started with Your Phone ..33 The Battery ............. 33 Contents ..........6 Charging the Battery ........34 Welcome ..........11 How to Install Your microSD™ Card ..35 How to Remove Your microSD™ Card ..36 Technical Details ........

  • Page 7: Contents

    Contents Phone Numbers With Pauses ....45 Quick Access to Convenient Features 40 Searching Your Phone’s Memory ....47 Lock Mode .............40 Accessing Options ........48 Speakerphone Function......40 Making a Call From Your Phone’s Quick Volume Adjustment ......41 Memory ............48 Call Waiting ............. 41 Using Phone Menus ......50 Caller ID ............42 Speed Dialing ..........42...

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    Contents 3. Dialed Calls ..........66 Messaging ..........52 4. All Calls ............67 1. New Text Message ........53 5. Call Timer ...........67 2. New Media Message ......55 6. Data Counter ..........68 3. Messages ........... 56 Multimedia ..........68 4. Drafts ............59 5.

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    Contents 5. Unit Converter ..........86 easyedge ..........76 6. Drawing Panel........... 87 easyedge Shop ..........77 7. Stopwatch........... 87 My Schedule ..........77 8. Notepad .............88 1. Alarm Clock ..........77 Settings ............89 2. Calendar............. 78 1. Sounds Settings ........89 Browser ............79 2.

  • Page 10

    Contents 9. Phone Info ..........109 10 Driver Safety Tips ........147 Consumer Information on SAR ....151 Tone Room Deluxe .........110 FCC Hearing-Aid Compatibility (HAC) My Contacts Backup ......111 Regulations for Wireless Devices ....156 Limited Warranty Statement ....161 PAC-MAN ..........111 Troubleshooting ........112 Index ............167 Safety ............115...

  • Page 11: Welcome

    Welcome Thank you for choosing the LG Freedom ™ Large, easy-to-read, backlit LCD with status icons. cellular phone designed to operate with the latest digital mobile communication Messaging, voicemail, and caller ID. technology, Code Division Multiple 7 exterior keys, QWERTY keypad, and Access (CDMA).

  • Page 12: Bluetooth Wireless Technology

    ® NOTE The Bluetooth word mark and logos are ® owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by LG Electronics is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners.

  • Page 13: Technical Details

    This results in a 10-fold Technical Details capacity increase when compared with The LG Freedom ™ is an all digital phone analog mode. In addition, features such that operates on both Code Division as soft / softer handoff, hard handoff, and...

  • Page 14

    Technical Details combine to reduce call interruptions. Its battery life is twice as long as IS-95. High-speed data transmission is also The Cellular and PCS CDMA networks possible. consist of MSO (Mobile Switching Office), BSC (Base Station Controller), The following table lists some major BTS (Base Station Transmission CDMA standards.

  • Page 15

    Technical Details FCC RF Exposure Information MAS-BS PCSC-RS TIA/EIA/IS-634 WARNING! Read this information TIA/EIA/IS/651 Intersystem Network TIA/EIA/IS-41-C operations before operating the phone. TIA/EIA/IS-124 Non-signaling data comm. In August 1996, the Federal Speech CODEC Communications Commission (FCC) Short Message TIA/EIA/IS-96-B of the United States, with its action Service Packet Data TIA/EIA/IS-637 Position...

  • Page 16

    Technical Details Caution design of this phone complies with the FCC guidelines and these international Use only the supplied and approved standards. antenna. Use of unauthorized antennas or modifications could impair call Vehicle-Mounted the External quality, damage the phone, void your Antenna (Optional, if available.) warranty and/or result in violation of To satisfy FCC RF exposure...

  • Page 17

    Technical Details Part 15.19 statement could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. This device and its accessories complies with part15 of FCC rules. Operation is Part 15.105 statement subject to the following two conditions: This equipment has been tested and (1) This device may not cause harmful found to comply with the limits for a interference.

  • Page 18

    Technical Details with the instructions, may cause harmful - Increase the separation between the interference to radio communications. equipment and receiver. However, there is no guarantee that - Connect the equipment into an outlet interference will not occur in a particular on a circuit different from that to which installation.

  • Page 19

    Technical Details Consult your service provider or the manufacturer of this phone for This phone has been tested and rated information on hearing aid compatibility. for use with hearing aids for some of the wireless technologies that it uses. If you have questions about return or exchange policies, consult your service However, there may be some newer provider or phone retailer.

  • Page 20: Phone Overview

    Phone Overview...

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    Phone Overview 1. Earpiece Lets you hear the caller. 6. Clear/Speaker Key Deletes single spaces or characters with a quick 2. Home screen Displays incoming press. To delete entire words, press calls, messages and status icons and hold this key. This key will also as well as a wide variety of content allow you to back out of menus, you select to view.

  • Page 22: Quick Keys

    Phone Overview 9. QWERTY Keyboard Use to enter screen and the Earpiece volume numbers and characters and select during a call. menu items. 2. Accessory/Charger Port Connects 10. Camera Lens Use to take photos. the phone to the battery charger or Keep it clean for optimal photo other compatible accessories.

  • Page 23

    Phone Overview surface of your hands. Don't use in 5. When the LCD screen is off, the a humid environment. Quick Keys are deactivated. Press to turn on the touchscreen and 2. The Quick Key sensors are sensitive access the Quick Keys. to your light touch.

  • Page 24

    finger touch. The touchscreen is a great way to interact with the LG Freedom’s The LG Freedom ™ has three Home software. Take a little time to become screens for quick, direct access to accustomed to using it.

  • Page 25: Shortcuts Menu

    Phone Overview Contact: Add up to 11 contacts and Main Contact Messages groups then make calls or send and review messages from the Home screen. Messages: Shows all messages sent to or received from your contacts grouped by time. Shortcuts Menu The Shortcuts Menu allows instant access to menus and phone features with the quick touch of your fingertip.

  • Page 26: Quick Keys

    Phone Overview Quick Keys 1. Unlock the touch screen by touching and holding Message: Displays the Menu: Displays the Messaging menu. Main Menu. 2. Touch the Shortcuts Menu icon on the Home screen. 3. To close the Shortcuts Menu, press Call: Displays the Dialpad Contact list: Displays so you can make a call.

  • Page 27

    Phone Overview Touch and hold Touch and hold this this key to call key to toggle your your voicemail phone between box. Vibrate Mode and Normal Mode. Touch this key to dial using Voice Touch this key to Commands. delete digits entered one by one.

  • Page 28: Main Overview

    Main Overview Menu Access Contacts 3. Messages 4. Drafts 1. New Contact Touch to access the phone's main 5. Voicemail menu. To access the main menu, first 2. Contact List unlock the phone by pressing on the 6. Templates 3. Groups right side of your phone.

  • Page 29

    Main Overview 2. Messages Call History 3. Record Voice 2. All Songs View 4. Images 3. Artists 1. Missed Calls 3. Entry Mode 1. My Images 4. Albums 2. Received Calls 4. Auto Save 2. Default 5. Genres 3. Dialed Calls 5.

  • Page 30

    Main Overview My Schedule 3. Ez Tip Calculator 8. Notepad 3. Alert Sounds 4. World Clock 1. Text 1. Alarm Clock Message 5. Unit Converter 2. Calendar Settings 2. Media 1. Currency Message 1. Sounds Settings 2. Area 3. Voicemail 1.

  • Page 31

    Main Overview Beep 5. Wallpaper Options 2. Languages (Idiomas) 2. Call 6. Charging 3. Auto Retry Connect Screen 3. Location 4. TTY Mode 3. Low 7 . Themes 4. Security 5. One Touch Battery 8. Font Settings Dial 1. Change 6.

  • Page 32

    Main Overview 6. Master 1. Phone Tone Room Reset Memory Deluxe 5. System 2. Card Memory Select 3. Save Options My Contacts 6. NAM Select 9. Phone Info Backup 6. Bluetooth 1. My Number 7 . USB Connection 2. ESN/MEID 1.

  • Page 33: Getting Started With Your Phone

    Getting Started with Your Phone The Battery align (see step 1 in the following illustration). It is important to fully charge the battery NOTE 3. Gently press down to secure the before initial use of the phone. battery (see step 2 in the following The phone comes with a rechargeable illustration).

  • Page 34: Charging The Battery

    3. Lift the battery using the fingertip Charging the Battery cutout located at the bottom of the Your LG Freedom ™ device comes with battery compartment and remove it a travel adapter and a USB cable which from the phone.

  • Page 35: How To Install Your Microsd™ Card

    Getting Started with Your Phone NOTE Always unplug the charger from the wall socket after the phone is fully charged to save unnecessary power consumption of the charger. Notice How to Install Your microSD™ Please make sure that Card the 'B' side faces up before inserting a charger or USB cable 1.

  • Page 36: How To Remove Your Microsd™ Card

    Getting Started with Your Phone How to Remove Your microSD™ 2. Insert the microSD™ card with the label side facing upwards and the Card gold contact area downwards. Then 1. Remove the back cover and locate gently push in until it clicks into the the microSD™...

  • Page 37: Battery Charge Level

    Getting Started with Your Phone Battery Charge Level Turning the Phone On and Off The battery charge level is shown at the Turning the Phone On top right corner of the Home screen. 1. Install a charged battery or connect When the battery charge level becomes the phone to an external power low, the low battery sensor alerts you in...

  • Page 38: Screen Icons

    Getting Started with Your Phone the number of bars next to the signal top of your phone. strength icon . The more bars, the 1. Touch and enter the phone better the signal strength. If the signal number (include the area code if quality is poor, move to an open area.

  • Page 39: Correcting Dialing Mistakes

    Getting Started with Your Phone Correcting Dialing Mistakes Receiving Calls If you make a mistake while dialing a 1. When the phone rings and/or number, press or touch once vibrates, press to answer. to erase the last digit entered, or hold The Call Settings menu allows you to choose down for at least 2 seconds...

  • Page 40: Quick Access To Convenient Features

    Quick Access to Convenient Features Lock Mode Speakerphone Function Sets your phone to require a 4-digit This function can be accessed during a Lock Code in order to use the phone. phone call or from the Home screen. To set Lock Mode on when turning on During a phone call, press once to the phone, touch Menu...

  • Page 41: Quick Volume Adjustment

    Quick Access to Convenient Features Quick Volume Adjustment Call Waiting Use the Volume Keys to adjust the Your cellular service may offer call Master Volume from the Home screen, waiting. While a call is in progress, two and the Earpiece volume during a call. beep sounds indicate another incoming The upper Volume Key increases the call.

  • Page 42: Caller Id

    Quick Access to Convenient Features Caller ID to a specific phone number. By touching and holding down a number key, your Caller ID displays the phone number phone will recall the phone number or name of the incoming call. If the associated from the Contact List and caller’s identity is stored in Contacts, dial that phone number for you.

  • Page 43

    Quick Access to Convenient Features Enter the Speed Dial number and press Dialing Double Digit Speed Dials (from 10 to 99) Enter the first digit and then touch and hold the key of the second digit. Enter the first and second digits and press...

  • Page 44: Entering And Editing Information

    Entering and Editing Information Text Input Each time you touch a data entry field, Options: the touchscreen automatically displays Insert Template/Save As Draft/ Add/ Priority Level/ Callback #/ a keypad allowing you to enter text, Save Template/Cancel Message numbers, and symbols. For example, in a text field, an alphabet keypad appears, Touch to change the text input: but you can also switch to number...

  • Page 45: Contacts In Your Phone's Memory

    Contacts in Your Phone’s Memory The Basics of Storing Contacts 4. Touch the Name field and enter a name for the contact (up to 32 Entries characters). Then touch Done and 1. Enter the phone number you want Save. A confirmation message is to save (up to 48 digits).

  • Page 46

    Contacts in Your Phone’s Memory special pause characters (W, P). There and touch the number field to enter a number. are two different types of pauses you can use when storing a number: 3. Touch and select Add Wait or Add 2-Sec Pause.

  • Page 47: Searching Your Phone's Memory

    2. Touch Go To followed by the key(s) Searching Your Phone’s Memory on the alphanumeric keypad that The LG Freedom ™ phone is able to corresponds with the letters in the Contact's name. The matching perform a dynamic search of the contacts will be displayed.

  • Page 48: Accessing Options

    Contacts in Your Phone’s Memory Lock/Unlock: Lock or Unlock your 2. Use your finger to scroll up and down through the list. contacts. Accessing Options Copy to Card: Copies your contacts to your memory card. 1. Touch to display your Contacts. 2.

  • Page 49

    Contacts in Your Phone’s Memory By using Speed Dialing. 4. Touch Call or press to place the call. From Contacts Speed Dialing 1. Touch to display your Contacts. For a single-digit Speed Dial, press and 2. Touch the Contact entry. hold the digit or press the digit, then 3.

  • Page 50: Using Phone Menus

    Using Phone Menus Contacts 3. Continue entering Contact information by touching the The Contacts menu allows you to store corresponding fields and entering names, phone numbers and other the desired information. information in your phone’s memory. 4. Touch Save to save the new contact.

  • Page 51: Groups

    Using Phone Menus Touch to select one of the Touch a group, then touch following options: choose from the following options: Remove/ New Text Message/ Send via Bluetooth/ Delete / New Media Message/ Mark All/ Message / Lock/Unlock / Copy Unmark All/ Remove All to Card 3.

  • Page 52: My Vcard

    Messaging 5. My vCard The LG Freedom ™ can store up to 690 Allows you to view all of your personal messages and notifications (including a Contact information including name and maximum of 300 SMS and 100 MMS in phone numbers.

  • Page 53: New Text Message

    Using Phone Menus 1. New Text Message 3. Touch the Text field to enter text. 4. Type your message. Allows you to send text messages and e-mail. Each message will be formatted 5. Touch Done, then touch Save. and sent according to the destination A confirmation message is address.

  • Page 54

    Using Phone Menus Text Options touch Edit to continue editing or Send to send it. While you are composing the text of a message, you have various options to Save As Draft Save the current customize the text. message draft. 1.

  • Page 55: New Media Message

    Using Phone Menus 5. Complete your message and send and Subject to your message. or save it. 4. Touch the file you want to add. 5. When you touch the audio field, you 2. New Media Message have the option of attaching a saved Allows you to send messages with text, audio file, or recording a new one.

  • Page 56: Messages

    Using Phone Menus Add Slide Inserts a slide to add more Displaying the message icon pictures to the message. Playing an audio tone or vibrating, Priority Level Choose High/ Normal to depending on your personal sound set the priority level of your message. settings.

  • Page 57

    Using Phone Menus Delete/ Lock/ Unlock/ Delete All 1. Touch Messaging > Messages. Msgs/ Settings 2. Touch a message thread, then 3. While viewing the selected select the desired message. message, touch for the following Touch Reply to reply to the options: message.

  • Page 58

    Using Phone Menus Add To Contacts Choose Add New Play Again Allows you to play the Entry/ Update Existing to save the attached file again. phone number in your Contacts. Save As Ringtone Allows you to save sound as your ringtone. Extract Address Allows the address included in the message to be extracted...

  • Page 59: Drafts

    Using Phone Menus Text Message Read Multiple Messages Delivery Incomplete New MMS Message Multiple Pending Messages New MMS Message Received Multiple Messages Sent MMS Message Unread Text Message Draft MMS Message Read MMS Message Draft Message Delivered Namecard Message Failed High Priority Pending Message Lock...

  • Page 60: Voicemail

    Using Phone Menus 3. Touch a Draft message to edit it. 2. Touch to choose from the following options: 5. Voicemail Delete Deletes the selected message from Drafts. Allows you to view new voice messages recorded in your voicemail box. Your Lock/Unlock Locks or unlocks the phone will alert you when you receive a...

  • Page 61: Templates

    Using Phone Menus 7. Delete All message(s). Allows you to erase all the messages 6. Templates stored in your Inbox, Outbox, or Drafts Allows you to display, edit, and add text message folders. You can also erase all templates. These text templates allow messages at the same time.

  • Page 62: Message Settings

    Using Phone Menus 8. Message Settings or choose Selection to have the option to reply with a text or picture Allows you to configure settings for message. Messaging. 2. Messages View 1. Touch Messaging > Message Settings. Select Time to display messages chronologically in Inbox and Outbox Message Settings Sub-Menu folders.

  • Page 63

    Using Phone Menus 4. Auto Save (Auto Save/ Prompt/ Do when they are received. Not Save) 7 . Auto Play (ON/ OFF) With this feature on, messages are Allows the display to automatically automatically saved in the Outbox scroll down while viewing messages. folder when sent.

  • Page 64

    Using Phone Menus Service. This feature should only be with your messages. used when a VMS (Voicemail Service) 12. CMAS Alert access number is not provided from Allows you to opt in/out Emergency the network. Alerts. Presidential alert are 10. Callback # (On/ Off) mandatory.

  • Page 65: Call History

    Using Phone Menus Call History 1. Missed Calls Allows you to view the list of missed The Call History menu is a list of the last calls; up to 90 entries. phone numbers or Contact entries for 1. Touch > Call History >...

  • Page 66: Received Calls

    Using Phone Menus 2. Received Calls 3. Dialed Calls Allows you to view the list of received Allows you to view the list of dialed calls; up to 90 entries. calls; up to 90 entries. 1. Touch > Call History >...

  • Page 67: All Calls

    Using Phone Menus 4. All Calls 5. Call Timer Allows you to view a list of the most Allows you to view the duration of recent Missed, Received and Dialed selected calls. calls. 1. Touch > Call History > Call Timer.

  • Page 68: Data Counter

    Using Phone Menus 6. Data Counter Multimedia Allows you to view the list of received View, take, and share your digital and transmitted data. pictures and audio right from your wireless phone. 1. Touch > Call History > Data Counter. 1.

  • Page 69

    Using Phone Menus Brightness To adjust the brightness. Color Effects Normal/ Negative/ Aqua/ Sepia/ Black & White White Balance Auto/ Sunny/ Cloudy/ Self Timer Off/ 3 Seconds/ 5 Fluorescent/ Glow Seconds/ 10 Seconds Video Takes a video. Night Mode On/ Off Take Takes a picture.

  • Page 70: Record Video

    Using Phone Menus 2. Record Video Multishot Off/ 3 Shots/ 6 Shots Back Video 1. Touch > Multimedia > Record Video. Brightness Take White Balance 2. Touch to start recording. Settings 3. Touch Stop to stop the video. Images 3. Record Voice 2.

  • Page 71: Images

    Using Phone Menus Touch to stop the recording. 5. Videos Allows you to view Images and Sound Touch to pause the recording. saved in your phone. Once the recording has stopped, the audio file will be automatically 1. Touch > Multimedia >...

  • Page 72: Music

    Using Phone Menus be easily damaged by improper operation. to view and listen to pre-loaded Please be careful when inserting, removing, ringtones. or handling it. ™ card while files 7. Music are being accessed or transferred. It may result in loss or damage of data. Allows you to listen to songs stored in Supported music formats: your memory card.

  • Page 73

    Using Phone Menus 7.2 All Songs – Repeat off Allows you to play all songs. – Repeat once 1. Touch > Multimedia > – Repeat all Music > All Songs. – Rewind 2. Touch a music file to play it or touch for the following options: –...

  • Page 74

    Using Phone Menus 7.3 Artists 2. Touch the Album that you want to listen to and choose the song to Allows you to view and listen to your play. music by artists. 7.5 Genres 1. Touch > Multimedia > Allows you to view and listen to your Music >...

  • Page 75

    Using Phone Menus 7.7.1 Repeat 1. Touch > Multimedia > Music > My Playlists. Allows you to set repeat settings. 2. When the pop- up appears to 1. Touch > Multimedia > ask you whether to create a new Music > Settings. playlist, touch Yes or No.

  • Page 76: Easyedge

    Using Phone Menus ringtones, games, and productivity tools. 2. Touch Shuffle to turn the feature On or Off. There are new applications constantly available for your use. easyedge Downloading Applications easyedge allows you to do more than You can download applications and use just talk on your phone.

  • Page 77: Easyedge Shop

    Using Phone Menus easyedge Shop My Schedule Get your news, weather, sports, 1. Alarm Clock ringtones, e-mail, and games on your phone. Call 888-BUY-USCC for unlimited Allows you to set up to ten alarms. At access. the alarm time, any set alarm will sound and/or vibrate the tone of your choice 1.

  • Page 78: Calendar

    Using Phone Menus 4. Touch Repeat to set the recurrence 1. Touch > My Schedule > for the alarm. Available options are: Calendar. Once/ Daily/ Mon - Fri/ Weekends/ 2. Touch the day you wish to edit. Select Days 3. Touch Add. 5.

  • Page 79: Browser

    Using Phone Menus Ending an Web Session Browser End a Web session by pressing The Browser feature allows you to view Internet content. Accessibility Browser Menu and selections within this feature are The Browser Menu provides the dependent upon your service provider. following toolbar options: For specific information on the Web, Home...

  • Page 80

    Using Phone Menus Bookmarks menu where you can add, Send Link Allows you to send edit, and delete your bookmarks. the link of the current page via a text message. Go to URL Allows you to enter a Web address to visit. Show URL Shows you the current URL.

  • Page 81

    Using Phone Menus disable image, background, and object Advanced Shows you the downloads. information of the Browser, including the version and license information. Restart Browser Allows you to restart the Browser. Exit Allows you to exit the Scroll Mode Allows you to customize Browser.

  • Page 82: Tools

    Using Phone Menus Tools calls, messages and voicemails. To open Voice Command quicker, open the Your phone’s tools include: Voice QWERTY keyboard, then press and hold Command, Calculator, Ez Tip Calculator, 1.1 Call <Name or Number> World Clock, Unit Converter, Drawing Panel, and Stopwatch.

  • Page 83

    Using Phone Menus 1.2 Send Msg to <Name or Number 3. Touch or say one of the available options. or Group> 1.4 Contacts <Name> 1. Touch > Tools > Voice Command. 1. Touch > Tools > Voice Command. 2. Touch or say Send Msg to <Name or Number or Group>.

  • Page 84: Calculator

    Using Phone Menus 3. Say the name of the music playlist. 1. Touch > Tools > Calculator. 2. Enter data. 1.6 Help Touch the keypad to enter Allows you to view more information numbers. about the features in Voice Control. Touch to enter decimals.

  • Page 85: Ez Tip Calculator

    Using Phone Menus 3. Ez Tip Calculator Corresponding calculation fields (Tip and Total for each person) are Allows you to quickly and easily automatically calculated. estimate the tip and total amount of a 3. Touch Reset to begin another bill by inputting the bill amount before calculation.

  • Page 86: Unit Converter

    Using Phone Menus 5. Unit Converter 3. Touch Select to view cities. 4. Touch the arrows below the Allows you to convert units of continent to view the current date and measurement. time in that city. 1. Touch > Tools >...

  • Page 87: Drawing Panel

    Using Phone Menus Options for a Drawing Pad Entry 6. Drawing Panel 1. Access Drawing Panel and select This function allows you to draw freely the desired drawing. so that you can save the image, send it 2. To erase, touch Delete. in a message or set it as a Wallpaper.

  • Page 88: Notepad

    Using Phone Menus 2. Touch Start to start the stopwatch, A confirmation message displays and touch Stop to stop it. briefly, then displays your list of notes. You can use the Lap function by touching Lap to record up to 20 laps Viewing a Notepad Entry and lap times.

  • Page 89: Settings

    Using Phone Menus Settings 2. Touch the bars to set the volume level, then touch Set. This menu allows you to configure 1.2 Call Sounds various phone settings. Allows you to configure your phone’s 1. Sounds Settings call sounds. This menu allows you to customize the 1.

  • Page 90

    Using Phone Menus 1.5 Service Alerts 1. Touch > Settings > Sounds Settings > Alert Sounds. Allows you to configure the 3 available 2. Touch Text Message/ Service Alerts. Media Message/ Voicemail/ 1. Touch > Settings > Sounds Emergency Tone/ Missed Call. Settings >...

  • Page 91: Display Settings

    Using Phone Menus Low Battery 2. Display Settings Allows you to choose the alert type This menu allows you to customize your between Announce and Tone. phone's display screen. 1.6 Power On/Off 2.1 Banner Allows you to set the phone to sound Allows you to enter a string of a tone when the phone is powered on characters which display on the Main...

  • Page 92

    Using Phone Menus 2.3 Keypad Backlight 3. When you are finished, touch Save. To select whether to display the Allows you to set the keypad backlight banner or not: Toggle the Banner button timer. between ON and OFF. 1. Touch >...

  • Page 93: Charging Screen

    Using Phone Menus 2.6 Charging Screen Settings > Brightness. 2. Touch a brightness level bar to Allows you to configure your phone’s select it and touch Set. charging screen. 2.5 Wallpaper 1. Touch > Settings > Display Settings > Charging Screen. Allows you to choose the kind of background to be displayed on the 2.

  • Page 94: Font Settings

    > Display Normal/ Large Settings > Font Settings. 2.0 Clock Format 2. Touch a setting. LG Gothic/ LG Serif/ LG Joy/ LG Allows you to select the type of clocks Mint displayed on the Main Home screen. 1. Touch > Settings >...

  • Page 95: Call Settings

    Using Phone Menus 3. Call Settings 2. Touch a setting. Normal/ Analog/ Digital 12/ Large The Call Settings menu allows you to Digital 12/ Digital 24/ Large Digital designate how the phone handles both 24/ Dual/ Off incoming and outgoing calls. 2.# Name Match for Dialing 3.1 Answer Options Matches a saved Contact entry with the...

  • Page 96

    Using Phone Menus 3.2 End Call Options 1. Touch > Settings > Call Settings > Auto Retry. Allows you to determine how to end a 2. Touch a setting. call. Off/ Every 10 Seconds/ Every 30 1. Touch > Settings >...

  • Page 97

    Using Phone Menus 2. Touch the One Touch Dial button 1. Touch > Settings > Call to toggle the setting between ON Settings > TTY Mode. and OFF. 2. Touch a setting. 3.6 Voice Privacy TTY Full/ TTY + Talk/ TTY + Hear/ TTY Off Allows you to set the voice privacy feature for CDMA calls as Enhanced...

  • Page 98: Touch Settings

    Using Phone Menus 4. Touch Settings 4.2 Tone Type Allows you to set the tone type that The Touch Settings menu allows you to is used when touching items on the configure various touchscreen settings. screen. 4.1 Auto Touch Lock 1.

  • Page 99

    Using Phone Menus 5.1 Airplane Mode 1. Touch > Settings > Phone Settings > Language(Idiomas). Airplane Mode turns off the phone's 2. Touch English or Español. wireless signal and allows you to use features on your phone that do not 5.3 Location require wireless communications.

  • Page 100

    Using Phone Menus 3. Touch a setting. 2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code. On/ Off 3. Touch Change Lock Code. NOTE GPS satellite signals are not always 4. Touch Phone Only or Call & transmitted, especially under bad atmospheric and Applications.

  • Page 101

    Using Phone Menus 5.4.3 Emergency Numbers 1. Touch > Settings > Phone Settings > Security. Allows you to enter 3 emergency numbers. You can call these emergency 2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code. numbers and 911, even when the phone 3.

  • Page 102

    Using Phone Menus 5.4.4 Auto Device Lock 5.4.5 Lock Phone Allows you to set your phone Keeps your phone from unauthorized automatically locked after certain use. Once the phone is locked, it is in amount of time. restricted mode until the Lock Code is entered.

  • Page 103

    Using Phone Menus 4. Touch an option. 2. Enter the four-digit Lock Code. 3. Touch Master Reset. Unlock The phone is never locked 4. Touch OK. (Lock mode can still be used using 5. A message will pop up that says the options below).

  • Page 104: Bluetooth

    NAM1/ NAM2 1. Touch > Settings > Phone 6. Bluetooth® Settings > System Select. The LG Freedom ™ is compatible with 2. Touch a setting. ® devices that support the Bluetooth Home Only/ Automatic headset, handsfree, dial up networking, stereo, phonebook access, object push, 5.6 NAM Select...

  • Page 105: Add New

    Using Phone Menus Notes 2. Touch Turn On or Turn Off. ® ® NOTE By default, your device’s Bluetooth accessory that you are trying to pair with functionality is turned off. your phone because the instructions may be different. 6.2 Add New ®...

  • Page 106: Paired Devices

    Using Phone Menus pairing mode. matching passkeys on both handsets. ® 4. If Bluetooth power is set to off, you will be prompted to turn power 7. Once pairing is successful, you on. Touch Yes. will be asked to choose Always Ask or Always Connect.

  • Page 107

    Using Phone Menus 3. Touch Rename Device. 1. Touch > Settings 2. Touch Bluetooth and your Paired 4. Press and hold down to clear Devices list will display. the existing name. 5. Enter a new alias. 6.4 Settings 6. Touch Save to save and exit. Allows you to configure Bluetooth 6.4.2 Discovery Mode settings.

  • Page 108: Usb Connection

    Using Phone Menus NOTE If you turn on My Visibility, your device is able 2. Touch a setting. ® to be searched by other in-range Bluetooth devices. USB Modem/ USB Mass Storage/ 6.4.3 Supported Profiles Setting Reminder Allows you to view the Bluetooth 8.

  • Page 109: Phone Info

    Using Phone Menus storage location of Pictures and 1. Touch > Settings > Phone Sounds to the Phone Memory or Info > My Number. Card Memory. 9.2 ESN/MEID 9. Phone Info Allows you to view the ESN/ MEID information of your phone. The Phone Info menu provides you with specific information pertaining to your 1.

  • Page 110: Tone Room Deluxe

    Using Phone Menus 2. Touch a submenu to view that type to check the status of your current of icon. software and last update check. 9.4 SW/HW Version Tone Room Deluxe Allows you to view the versions of This application allows you to obtain various applications.

  • Page 111: My Contacts Backup

    Using Phone Menus My Contacts Backup agree to them. 3. You will be prompted to verify your My Contacts Backup safeguards your phone number. Touch Yes if it's mobile phone’s address book and correct and enter your PIN. automatically saves a copy of the names, phone numbers, and email PAC-MAN addresses stored in your phone.

  • Page 112: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting This section lists some problems that you might encounter while using your phone. Some problems require that you call your service provider, but most of problems you encounter are easy to correct yourself Symptom Possible causes Possible Corrective measures No connection Signal is weak or you’re outside of Move to a window or open space.

  • Page 113

    Check the battery contacts, clean them if necessary. No power from outlet. Charging error Plug in to a different socket or check voltage. Charger defective. Test with another charger. Wrong charger. Only use original LG accessories. Battery defective. Replace battery.

  • Page 114

    Troubleshooting Symptom Possible causes Possible Corrective measures Network Reconnection to another service provider if connection is Signal too weak. network mode is automatic. lost. Number not The Faixed Dial Number function is Check the Settings menu and turn the function off. permitted Remove the battery and install it to restart your Battery installing...

  • Page 115: Safety

    Safety TIA Safety Information safety levels for handheld wireless phones. Those guidelines are consistent The following is the complete TIA Safety with the safety standards previously set Information for wireless handheld by both U.S. and international standards phones. bodies: Exposure to Radio Frequency Signal ANSI C95.1 (1992) * Your wireless handheld portable phone NCRP Report 86 (1986)

  • Page 116

    Safety Antenna Care Those standards were based on comprehensive and periodic evaluations Use only the supplied or an approved of the relevant scientific literature. For replacement antenna. Unauthorized example, over 120 scientists, engineers, antennas, modifications, or attachments and physicians from universities, could damage the phone and may government health agencies, and violate FCC regulations.

  • Page 117

    Safety power level than otherwise needed. conditions or the law require it. Electronic Devices Driving Most modern electronic equipment Check the laws and regulations on the is shielded from RF signals. However, use of wireless phones in the areas certain electronic equipment may not where you drive and always obey them.

  • Page 118

    Safety avoid potential interference with the minimize the potential for interference; pacemaker. These recommendations Should turn the phone OFF are consistent with the independent immediately if there is any reason to research by and recommendations of suspect that interference is taking Wireless Technology Research.

  • Page 119

    Safety Other Medical Devices to external RF energy. If you use any other personal medical Vehicles device, consult the manufacturer of your RF signals may affect improperly device to determine if it is adequately installed or inadequately shielded shielded from external RF energy. Your electronic systems in motor vehicles.

  • Page 120

    Safety Aircraft with a potentially explosive atmosphere and obey all signs and instructions. FCC regulations prohibit using your Sparks in such areas could cause an phone while in the air. Switch OFF your explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury phone before boarding an aircraft.

  • Page 121: Battery Information And Care

    Safety particles (such as grain, dust, or metal Battery Information and Care powders); and any other area where you Please dispose of your battery properly would normally be advised to turn off or take it to your local wireless carrier your vehicle engine.

  • Page 122: Safety Information

    Safety Use only LG-approved chargers Battery life will vary due to usage specific to your phone model since patterns and environmental conditions. they are designed to maximize battery Use of extended backlighting, life. MiniBrowser, and data connectivity kits affect battery life and talk/standby Do not disassemble or short-circuit times.

  • Page 123

    Safety use of your phone and to prevent explosion or other hazard. damage. Also, keep the user guide in Only use the battery for the system an accessible place at all times after for which it is specified. reading it. Only use the battery with a charging Caution! Violation of the instructions system that has been qualified with...

  • Page 124

    Safety battery that has been qualified with service center for inspection. the system per this standard, IEEE- Improper battery use may result in a Std-1725-2006. Use of an unqualified fire, explosion or other hazard. battery may present a risk of fire, explosion, leakage or other hazard.

  • Page 125

    Safety Use the correct adapter for your phone Use only LG-approved chargers when using the battery pack charger specific to your phone model since abroad. they are designed to maximize battery life. Only use the approved battery charger. Otherwise, you may cause serious Do not disassemble or short-circuit damage to your phone.

  • Page 126

    Safety Explosion, Shock, and Fire Hazards of non-use to maximize battery life. Do not put your phone in a place Battery life will vary due to usage subject to excessive dust and keep the patterns and environmental conditions. minimum required distance between Use of extended backlighting, the power cord and heat sources.

  • Page 127

    Safety of the phone (power plug pin), metallic battery. It may cause a fire. articles (such as a coin, paperclip or General Notice pen) may short-circuit the phone. Using a damaged battery or placing Always cover the receptacle when not a battery in your mouth may cause in use.

  • Page 128

    When the phone is not used for a long and remove the battery. If the phone period time, store it in a safe place does not work, take it to an LG with the power cord unplugged. Authorized Service Center.

  • Page 129: Warning! Important Safety Information

    Safety due to the loss of data. Warning! Important safety information When you use the phone in public places, set the ringtone to vibration so Avoiding hearing damage you don't disturb others. Permanent hearing loss may occur if Do not turn your phone on or off when you use your phone and/or headset at a putting it to your ear.

  • Page 130

    Safety Using your phone safely your hearing could be affected. Hearing experts suggest that to protect your Use of your phone while operating a hearing: vehicle is not recommended and is illegal in some areas. Be careful and Limit the amount of time you use your attentive while driving.

  • Page 131: Fda Consumer Update

    Safety and attentive while driving. Stop using The available scientific evidence does this device if you find it disruptive or not show that any health problems distracting while operating any type of are associated with using wireless vehicle or performing any other activity phones.

  • Page 132

    Safety health effects. Many studies of low review the safety of radiation-emitting level RF exposures have not found any consumer products such as wireless biological effects. Some studies have phones before they can be sold, as it suggested that some biological effects does with new drugs or medical devices.

  • Page 133

    Safety Although the existing scientific data wireless phones with the best possible information on possible do not justify FDA regulatory actions, effects of wireless phone use on the FDA has urged the wireless phone human health. industry to take a number of steps, including the following: The FDA belongs to an interagency working group of the federal agencies...

  • Page 134

    Safety Environmental Protection Agency sold in the United States must comply with FCC safety guidelines that limit RF Occupational Safety and Health exposure. The FCC relies on the FDA Administration and other health agencies for safety National Telecommunications and questions about wireless phones. Information Administration The FCC also regulates the base The National Institutes of Health...

  • Page 135

    Safety are thus not the subject of the safety safety guidelines that were developed questions discussed in this document. with the advice of the FDA and other federal health and safety agencies. 3. What kinds of phones are the When the phone is located at greater subject of this update? distances from the user, the exposure The term “wireless phone”...

  • Page 136

    Safety 4. What are the results of the research in laboratory animals. However, many done already? of the studies that showed increased tumor development used animals that The research done thus far has had been genetically engineered or produced conflicting results, and many treated with cancer-causing chemicals so studies have suffered from flaws as to be pre-disposed to develop cancer...

  • Page 137

    Safety have been published since December was around three years. 2000. Between them, the studies 5. What research is needed to decide investigated any possible association whether RF exposure from wireless between the use of wireless phones phones poses a health risk? and primary brain cancer, glioma, A combination of laboratory studies meningioma, or acoustic neuroma,...

  • Page 138

    Safety effect if one exists. Epidemiological affect this measurement, such as the studies can provide data that is directly angle at which the phone is held, or applicable to human populations, but which model of phone is used. ten or more years follow-up may be 6.

  • Page 139

    Safety energy. The FDA and the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet The FDA has been a leading participant Association (CTIA) have a formal in the World Health Organization Cooperative Research And Development International Electro Magnetic Fields Agreement (CRADA) to do research (EMF) Project since its inception on wireless phone safety.

  • Page 140

    Safety users. The CRADA will also include a established these guidelines in broad assessment of additional research consultation with the FDA and the other needs in the context of the latest federal health and safety agencies. The research developments around the FCC limit for RF exposure from wireless world.

  • Page 141

    Safety absorb energy from the wireless phone The Institute of Electrical and Electronic and is set well below levels known to Engineers (IEEE) is developing a have effects. Manufacturers of wireless technical standard for measuring phones must report the RF exposure the Radio Frequency (RF) energy level for each model of phone to the exposure from wireless phones...

  • Page 142

    Safety methodology for measuring the rate to determine whether a wireless phone at which RF is deposited in the heads complies with safety guidelines. of wireless phone users. The test 9. What steps can I take to reduce my method uses a tissue-simulating model exposure to Radio Frequency energy of the human head.

  • Page 143

    Safety how much exposure a person receives, that wireless phones are harmful. But reducing the amount of time spent if you are concerned about the RF using a wireless phone will reduce RF exposure from these products, you exposure. If you must conduct extended can use measures like those described conversations by wireless phone every above to reduce your RF exposure from...

  • Page 144

    Safety measures described above would apply that using a wireless phone causes to children and teenagers using wireless brain tumors or other ill effects. Their phones. Reducing the time of wireless recommendation to limit wireless phone use and increasing the distance phone use by children was strictly between the user and the RF source precautionary;...

  • Page 145

    Safety method to measure Electro Magnetic The FDA has tested hearing aids for Interference (EMI) of implanted cardiac interference from handheld wireless pacemakers and defibrillators from phones and helped develop a voluntary wireless telephones. This test method standard sponsored by the Institute is now part of a standard sponsored by of Electrical and Electronic Engineers the Association for the Advancement...

  • Page 146

    Safety use of wireless phones for possible EmittingProducts/RadiationEm interactions with other medical devices. ittingProductsandProcedures/ Should harmful interference be found HomeBusinessandEntertainment/ to occur, the FDA will conduct testing CellPhones/default.htm) to assess the interference and work to Federal Communications Commission resolve the problem. (FCC) RF Safety Program 12.

  • Page 147: Driver Safety Tips

    Safety (http://www.who.int/emf) first responsibility. When using your wireless phone behind the wheel of a National Radiological Protection Board car, practice good common sense and (UK) remember the following tips: (http://www.hpa.org.uk/radiation/) 1. Get to know your wireless phone and 10 Driver Safety Tips its features such as speed dial and redial.

  • Page 148

    Safety 2. When available, use a hands-free it for you. device. A number of hands-free 4. Suspend conversations during wireless phone accessories are hazardous driving conditions or readily available today. Whether you situations. Let the person you are choose an installed mounted device speaking with know you are driving;...

  • Page 149

    Safety are reading an address book or calls with times you may be stopped business card, or writing a “to-do” at a stop sign, red light, or otherwise list while driving a car, you are not stationary. But if you need to dial watching where you are going.

  • Page 150

    Safety if necessary, suspend conversations 9. Use your wireless phone to help which have the potential to divert your others in emergencies. Your wireless attention from the road. phone provides you a perfect opportunity to be a “Good Samaritan” 8. Use your wireless phone to call for in your community.

  • Page 151: Consumer Information On Sar

    Safety driving may require attention, but are mobile device while operating a vehicle, not urgent enough to merit a call for it is recommended that you consult emergency services. But you can your applicable jurisdiction’s local laws still use your wireless phone to lend or other regulations regarding such a hand.

  • Page 152

    Safety exposure to radio waves. Your wireless were developed by scientific and phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. engineering experts drawn from It is designed and manufactured not to industry, government, and academia exceed the emission limits for exposure after extensive reviews of the scientific to radiofrequency (RF) energy set by the literature related to the biological effects...

  • Page 153

    Safety limit of 1.6 watts per kilogram (1.6 W/ below the maximum value. Because kg). The FCC exposure limit incorporates the phone is designed to operate at a substantial margin of safety to give multiple power levels to use only the additional protection to the public power required to reach the network, in and to account for any variations in...

  • Page 154

    Safety ear and worn on the body) as required worn accessories that cannot maintain by the FCC for each model. 0.59 inches (1.5 cm) separation distance between the user's body and the back This device was tested for typical of the phone, and have not been tested body-worn operations with the back for typical body-worn operations may of the phone kept 0.59 inches (1.5 cm)

  • Page 155

    Safety phone when tested for use at the To find information that pertains to a ear is 1.10 W/kg and when worn on particular model phone, this site uses the body, as described in this user’s the phone FCC ID number which is manual, is 0.79 W/kg.

  • Page 156: Fcc Hearing-aid Compatibility (hac) Regulations For Wireless Devices

    Safety Industry Association (CTIA) website at FCC Hearing-Aid Compatibility http://www.ctia.org/ (HAC) Regulations for Wireless Devices *In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile phones used by the On July 10, 2003, the U.S. Federal public is 1.6 watts/kg (W/kg) averaged Communications Commission (FCC) over one gram of tissue.

  • Page 157

    Safety for persons with hearing disabilities. with their hearing devices. Not all phones have been rated. Phones that While some wireless phones are used are rated have the rating on their box or near some hearing devices (hearing a label located on the box. aids and cochlear implants), users may detect a buzzing, humming, or whining The ratings are not guarantees.

  • Page 158

    Safety M-Ratings: Phones rated M3 or M4 hearing device manufacturer or hearing meet FCC requirements and are likely health professional may help you find to generate less interference to hearing this rating. Higher ratings mean that devices than phones that are not the hearing device is relatively immune labeled.

  • Page 159

    Safety rating, the sum of the two values equal M5. This is synonymous for T ratings. This should provide the hearing aid user with “normal usage” while using their hearing aid with the particular wireless phone. “Normal usage” in this context is defined as a signal quality that is acceptable for normal operation.

  • Page 160

    Safety Solutions (ATIS). The U and UT marks For information about hearing are referenced in Section 20.19 of aids and digital wireless phones the FCC Rules. The HAC rating and Wireless Phones and Hearing Aid measurement procedure are described Accessibility in the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) C63.19 standard.

  • Page 161: Limited Warranty Statement

    1. WHAT THIS WARRANTY COVERS: (2) The limited warranty extends only to the original purchaser of the product LG offers you a limited warranty that the and is not assignable or transferable to enclosed subscriber unit and its enclosed any subsequent purchaser/end user.

  • Page 162

    Limited Warranty Statement (5) Upon request from LG, the consumer of the product in other than its normal must provide information to reasonably and customary manner. prove the date of purchase. (2) Defects or damages from abnormal use, abnormal conditions, improper...

  • Page 163

    (4) That the Customer Service Department (7) Damage resulting from use of non-LG at LG was not notified by consumer of approved accessories. the alleged defect or malfunction of the (8) All plastic surfaces and all other...

  • Page 164

    Limited Warranty Statement (11) Consumables (such as fuses). prior to sending the unit to LG to avoid the permanent loss of such information. ” 3. WHAT LG WILL DO: 4. STATE LAW RIGHTS: “LG will, at its sole option, either repair,...

  • Page 165

    Correspondence may also be mailed to: or exclusions may not apply to you. This LG Electronics Service- Mobile Handsets warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary...

  • Page 166

    P .O. Box 240007 , Huntsville, AL 35824 DO NOT RETURN YOUR PRODUCT TO THE ABOVE ADDRESS. Please call or write for the location of the LG authorized service center nearest you and for the procedures for obtaining warranty claims.

  • Page 167: Index

    Index All Songs 73 Brightness 92 Answer Options 95 Browser 79 10 Driver Safety Tips Artists 74 Button Sounds 90 Auto Retry 96 Auto Touch Lock 98 Calculator 84 Accessing Options 48 Calendar 78 Add New 105 Banner 91 Caller ID 42 Airplane Mode 99 Battery Charge Level Call History 65...

  • Page 168

    Index Call Timer 67 easyedge Shop 77 Call Waiting 41 End Call Options 96 Data Counter 68 Charging Screen 93 ESN/MEID 109 Delete All 61 Charging the Battery 34 Ez Tip Calculator 85 Dialed Calls 66 Check <Item> 83 Dial Font Size 94 Clock Format 94 Display Backlight 92 Consumer Information...

  • Page 169

    Index Genres 74 Icon Glossary 109 Making a Call From Your Groups 51 Images 71 Phone’s Memory 48 Making Calls 38 Master Volume 89 Memory 108 Help 84 Keypad Backlight 92 Messages 56 How to Install Your Message Settings 62 microSD™...

  • Page 170

    Index My Contacts Backup Phone Settings 98 New Text Message 53 Play 83 My Number 109 Notepad 88 Power 105 My Playlists 74 Power On/Off 91 My Schedule 77 My vCard 52 One Touch Dial 97 Quick Keys 22, 26 Quick Volume Name Match for Dialing Adjustment 41...

  • Page 171

    Index Record Video 70 Service Alerts 90 System Select 103 Record Voice 70 Settings 75, 89, 107 Redialing Calls 39 Shortcuts Menu 25 Ringtones 71 Signal Strength 37 Take Photos 68 Software Update 110 Templates 61 Sounds Settings 89 Text Input 44 Speakerphone Function Safety Information 122 The Basics of Storing...

  • Page 172

    Index Tone Type 98 Voice Command 82 Tools 82 Voicemail 60 Touch Settings 98 Voice Privacy 97 TTY Mode 96 Turning the Phone On and Off 37 Wallpaper 93 Warning! Important safety information 129 Unit Converter 86 World Clock 85 USB Connection 108 Videos 71...

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