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USER GUIDE
LG-A190
P/NO : MFL67217602 (1.0)
ENGLISH
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    ENGLISH fgUnh USER GUIDE LG-A190 www.lg.com P/NO : MFL67217602 (1.0)

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    Note: Changing the local language settings. You can change the language setting for your phone by pressing Menu and Settings, then select Language.

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    LG Mobile Service center. We assure you the information will be kept confidential and used for internal purpose only. LG Electronics India Pvt. Ltd. does not have any revenue sharing with any cellphone operators for proceeds from SMS of automatic registration.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Getting to know your phone ..3 Installing the SIM Card and Charging the Battery ......4 Display Information ......5 Menu and Options ......6 Keypad Information......7 Menu Map .......... 10 Entering Text ........11 Making a Call ........12 Messaging .......... 14 Contacts ..........

  • Page 6: Getting To Know Your Phone

    Getting to know your phone Earphone jack Torch Navigation keys Earpiece Use for quick access to phone functions. (up) : Contacts Display screen (down) : Keypad Lock Soft keys (left) : Messaging Each of these keys (right) : FM radio performs the functions indicated by the text on End/Power key...

  • Page 7: Installing The Sim Card And Charging The Battery

    Installing the SIM Card and Charging the Battery Installing the SIM Card Illustrations 1 Open battery cover When you subscribe to a mobile 2 Remove the battery phone network, you are provided 3 Insert your SIM with a plug-in SIM card which is 4 Insert the battery loaded with your subscription 5 Close the battery cover...

  • Page 8: Display Information

    Display Information Icon areas Text and graphic area Menu Contacts Soft key indications On-Screen Icons Tells you the strength of the network signal. Indicates the battery charge level. Indicates new text message(s). Indicates new voice message(s). Indicates that the alarm clock is set. Indicates that your phone is using the general settings.

  • Page 9: Menu And Options

    Menu and Options Your phone offers a set of functions that allow you to customise it. These functions are arranged in menus and sub-menus, which are accessed via the left and right soft keys. The label at the bottom of the display screen immediately above the soft keys indicates their current function.

  • Page 10: Keypad Information

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  • Page 13: Menu Map

    Menu Map 1 Messaging 4 Games 9 Settings 1.1 New message 4.1 Space ball 9.1 Dual SIM 1.2 Inbox 9.2 Date & Time 5 FM radio 1.3 Drafts 9.3 Language 1.4 Outbox 9.4 Display 6 Profiles 1.5 Sent 9.5 Call 1.6 Listen voicemail 9.6 Auto key lock 6.1 General...

  • Page 14: Entering Text

    Entering Text You can enter alphanumeric characters via the phone’s keypad. For example, storing names in Contacts, writing a message and scheduling events in the calendar all require entering text. To change modes, press key. The input method is displayed in the upper right corner of your phone. Indicator Function (English Smart mode) Numeric...

  • Page 15: Making A Call

    Making a Call 1 Key in the number on the keypad. 2 Press to initiate the call. 3 To end the call, press TIP! To enter + when making an international call, press and hold 0. Making a call from your contacts 1 Press (up) to open the address book.

  • Page 16: Changing Your Call Settings

    Changing your call settings You can set the menu depending on the call. Press Menu, select Settings and choose Call > SIM1 or SIM2. Call divert – Select methods for diverting calls. Call barring – Choose a barring password for all outgoing calls, outgoing international, outgoing international except to home country, all incoming calls, or incoming when abroad.

  • Page 17: Messaging

    Messaging New message 1 Press Menu, select Messaging and choose New message. 2 A new message editor will open. The default setting of the message editor is SMS mode. 3 Enter your message using either the T9 predictive mode or Abc manual mode or 123 mode.

  • Page 18: Contacts

    Outbox – This menu allows you to view the message which is about to be send or that have failed to send. Sent – This menu allows you to view the messages which have already been sent, including time and content. Listen voicemail –...

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    › Business card – You can save and check your business card containing information including your name, mobile phone, home, office and email, and send it in a message. Tips! LG Customer Care number is available by default in Contact list (18001809999).

  • Page 20: Call History, Games

    Call duration – Allows you to view the duration of your last call, all calls, dialled calls and received calls. Games Your LG- A190 comes with preloaded games to keep you amused when you have time to spare. Press Menu and select Games.

  • Page 21: Fm Radio (wireless Fm), Profiles

    FM radio (Wireless FM) With embedded FM antenna, you can receive FM radio without an external earphone. You can listen to your favourite radio station anytime. Note: In weak FM radio signal area the sensitivity can degrade with wireless and antenna mode. So it is advisable to insert the ear-mic for better and enhanced FM quality.

  • Page 22: Tools

    Outdoor tone and key tone volume are set to maximum. When you set up this profile, the indicator will be displayed on the standby screen. Flight Mode profile, the indicator will be displayed on the standby screen. Headset to the phone, the indicator will be displayed on the standby screen.

  • Page 23: Organiser, Settings

    Organiser Alarms to go on at a specified time. Calendar a calendar appears. A square cursor is placed on the current date. You can move the cursor to another date using the navigation keys. Memo memos here. Settings Dual SIM Signal icons on the left-top of the screen when you insert two SIM-Card or Setting SIM icon.

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    Security phone securely. › PIN code request – Choose a PIN code to be requested when you turn your phone on. › Phone lock – Choose a security code to lock your phone, When power on, When SIM changed or Immediately. ›...

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    Note: The default ATMT code is “0000”. You have to enter the code before configuring the ATMT settings. › Change codes – Change your Security code, PIN code, PIN2 code or ATMT code. Power save can save the battery power when you are not using the phone. Choose to switch between power save settings Always on, Night only or Off.

  • Page 26: Guidelines For Safe And Efficient Use

    Guidelines for safe and efficient use Please read these simple guidelines. Failure to follow these guidelines may be dangerous or illegal. More detailed information is given in this manual. WARNING plants or blasting operations. may cause an electric shock or seriously damage your phone. small parts which if detached may present a choking hazard.

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    Radio wave exposure and Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) information This mobile phone model LG- A190 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirements regarding exposure to radio waves. This requirement is based on scientific guidelines that include safety margins designed to assure this safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.

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    Guidelines for safe and efficient use (Continued) use at the ear is 0.936 W/Kg (10g) and when worn on the body is 0.856 W/Kg (10g). adopted the SAR limit recommended by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), which is 1.6 W/Kg averaged over one (1) gram of tissue.

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    Guidelines for safe and efficient use (Continued) such as benzene, thinner or alcohol.) affect the information on the magnetic strips. the phone. antenna unnecessarily. Efficient phone operation Electronics devices All mobile phones are susceptible to interference, which may affect performance. requesting permission.

  • Page 30: Road Safety, Avoid Damage To Your Hearing

    Guidelines for safe and efficient use (Continued) Road safety Check the laws and regulations on the use of mobile phones in the areas where you drive. conditions so require. car stereos and safety equipment. installed or portable wireless equipment. It can fail or cause serious injury due to improper performance.

  • Page 31: Potentially Explosive Atmospheres

    Guidelines for safe and efficient use (Continued) Blasting area Do not use the phone where blasting is in progress. Observe restrictions, and follow any regulations or rules. Potentially explosive atmospheres chemicals. compartment of your vehicle which contains your mobile phone and accessories.

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    Guidelines for safe and efficient use (Continued) Battery information and care recharging. Unlike other battery systems, there is no memory effect that could compromise the battery’s performance. maximise the battery life. performance. The battery pack maybe recharged hundreds of times before it needs replacing.

  • Page 33: Accessories

    There are various accessories for your mobile phone. You can select these options according to your personal communication requirements. Standard Battery Travel Adapter Headset Note › Always use genuine LG accessories. Failure to do this may invalidate your warranty. regional service company or agent for further enquires.

  • Page 34: Troubleshooting

    Charging error— Make sure the ambient temperature is right, Temperature out of wait for a while, and then charge again. range Charging error— Only use original LG accessories. Wrong charger Charging error— Replace battery. Battery defective Charging error—No The battery is empty or has been not used battery icon appears for a long time.

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    Troubleshooting (Continued) Problem Possible Solution Forgot the phone The default phone code is “0000”. code or password Enter PUK The PIN code has been entered incorrectly three times in succession, and the phone is now blocked. Enter the PUK supplied by your service provider.

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    Resave the number, if necessary. If the above guidelines Take note of the model number of your do not help you to mobile phone and a clear description of the solve the problem problem. Contact your phone dealer or LG Service Center for help.

  • Page 37: Technical Data

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  • Page 68: Rduhdh Ms V K

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  • Page 69

    CHOLAMANDALAM MS GENERAL INSURANCE CO. LTD. Delhi Regional Office Plot no. 6, First Floor,Opp. HP Petrol Pump, Near Metro Pillar No. 81 Pusa Road, Delhi - 110005 CHOLAMANDALAM MS GENERAL INSURANCE CO. LTD. Delhi Regional Office Plot no. 6, First Floor,Opp. HP Petrol Pump, Near Metro Pillar No.

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    April 7, 2011 to April 6, 2012. PBG-00030389-000-00. Dated 07/04/11...

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    Delhi Regional Office Plot no. 6, First Floor,Opp. HP Petrol Pump, Near Metro Pillar No. 81 Pusa Road, Delhi - 110005 Tel: +91-11-39813100, Fax: +91-11-39813110 e-mail id : customercare@cholams.murugappa.com...

  • Page 73

    Customer Information Center For any query related to the after sales service and customer support please contact us at below details CALL CENTER 24 × 7 1800-180-9999 5757554 www.lg.com serviceindia@lge.com (Toll Free) (Send SMS)

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