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The Unlocked LG KS500 is a solid-looking, slider Cell Phone that comes with an Optical Touch-pad. It helps you ZIP through menus and features like no other phone in its class.-The Internet features are presented by HTML WAP Web browsing, EDGE, GPRA, 3G HSDPA, Tri-band Network with GSM-900/1800/1900 & HSDPA-2100. There is also a secondary camera for video calls. Users can stay connected with friends and family with SMS, MMS, EMS, and Email messages. The handset also has a built in HTML browse... Read more
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and when properly worn on the body is 0.225 W/kg. Additionally, this device was tested for typical body-worn operations with the back of the phone kept 0.79 inches (2cm) between the users body and the back of the phone. To comply with FCC RF exposure requirements, a minimum separation distance of 0.79 inches(2cm) must be maintained between the users body and the back of the phone. FCC Notice & Caution Notice! This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Caution! Change or Modifications that are not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the users authority to operate the equipment. Guidelines
FCC SAR information
Your mobile device is also designed to meet the requirements for exposure to radio waves established by the Federal Communications Commission (USA) and Industry Canada. These requirements set a SAR limit of 1.6 W/kg averaged over 1 gram of tissue. The highest SAR value reported under this standard during product certification for use at the ear is 0.506W/kg
Product care and maintenance WARNING
Only use batteries, chargers and accessories approved for use with this particular phone model. The use of any other types may invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the phone, and may be dangerous.
Do not to charge a handset near
Use a dry cloth to clean the exterior of the Do not charge the phone when it is on
soft furnishings. ventilated area. smoke or dust.
flammable material as the handset can become hot and create a fire hazard.
unit (do not use solvents such as benzene, thinner or alcohol).
Do not disassemble this unit. Take it to a Keep away from electrical appliances such The unit should be kept away from heat Do not drop. Do not subject this unit to mechanical
vibration or shock. sources such as radiators or cookers. as TVs, radios, and personal computers. qualified service technician when repair work is required.
The phone should be charged in a well Do not subject this unit to excessive Do not keep the phone next to credit
cards or transport tickets; it can affect the information on the magnetic strips. as it may damage the phone. moisture.
Do not tap the screen with a sharp object Do not expose the phone to liquid or Use the accessories like earphones
cautiously. Do not press the antenna unnecessarily.
Switch off the phone in any area where
Do not handle the phone with wet hands
while it is being charged. It may cause an electric shock and can seriously damage your phone.
you are required by special regulations. For example, do not use your phone in hospitals as it may affect sensitive medical equipment.
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Efficient phone operation
Electronic and medical devices All mobile phones may get interference, which could affect performance.
Hospitals Switch off your wireless device when requested to do so in hospitals, clinics or health care facilities. These requests are designed to prevent possible interference with sensitive medical equipment.
Do not use your mobile phone near
Some hearing aids might be disturbed by Minor interference may affect TVs, radios,
PCs, etc. Pacemakers Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum separation of 15cm be maintained between a mobile phone and a pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker. To achieve this use the phone on the opposite ear to your pacemaker and do not carry it in a breast pocket. mobile phones.
medical equipment without requesting permission. Please consult your doctor to determine if operation of your phone may interfere with the operation of your medical device.
Check the laws and regulations on the use of mobile phones in the area when you drive.
Do not use a hand-held phone while
Give full attention to driving. Use a hands-free kit, if available. Pull off the road and park before making RF energy may affect some electronic
or answering a call if driving conditions so require.
When your vehicle is equipped with an
systems in your vehicle such as car stereos and safety equipment. air bag, do not obstruct with installed or portable wireless equipment. It can cause the air bag to fail or cause serious injury due to improper performance.
Do not leave the battery in hot or cold
There is risk of explosion if the battery is Dispose of used batteries according to
the manufacturers instructions. Please recycle when possible. Do not dispose as household waste.
Battery information and care
You do not need to completely discharge
Use only LG batteries and chargers. LG
the battery before recharging. Unlike other battery systems, there is no memory effect that could compromise the batterys performance. chargers are designed to maximize the battery life. battery pack. pack clean.
If you need to replace the battery, take it
Do not disassemble or short-circuit the Keep the metal contacts of the battery
to the nearest authorized LG Electronics service point or dealer for assistance. Always unplug the charger from the wall socket after the phone is fully charged to save unnecessary power consumption of the charger.
Getting to know your phone
Charger, USB Cable, Inner camera Handsfree connector
Main screen Clear key Deletes a character with each press.
Call key Dials a number or answers an incoming call. Capture button Volume End/Power key Ends or rejects a call. Turns the phone on/off. Press once to return to the standby screen. Micro SD card slot LG KS500 | User Guide
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External camera lens Battery cover
SIM card slot
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Inserting the SIM and Battery
1 Remove the battery cover Slide the battery cover towards the bottom of the phone and away from it. WARNING: Do not use your fingernail when removing the battery. WARNING: Do not remove the battery when the phone is switched on, as this may damage the phone.
2 Remove the battery Lever the bottom edge of the battery and remove it carefully from the battery compartment.
3 Insert the SIM card Slide the SIM card into the SIM card holder. Make sure that the gold contact area on the card is facing downwards. To remove the SIM card, pull it gently in the reverse direction.
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4 Install the battery Insert the top of the battery into the top edge of the battery compartment. Ensure the battery contacts align with the terminals on the phone. Press down the bottom of the battery until it clips into place. 6 Charging your phone Pull open the cover of the charger socket on the side of your KS500. Insert the connector on your charger, and plug into a mains electricity socket. Your KS500 will need to be charged until the message Battery full appears on the screen.
5 Replace the battery cover Slide the battery cover towards the top of the phone until it clicks into place. Set up 17
Installing a memory card
You can expand the memory space available on your phone using a memory card. The KS500 will support up to a 8GB memory card. TIP A memory card is an optional ! accessory. 1 Remove the Micro SD cover. 2 Slide the memory card into the slot at the top, until it clicks into place. Make sure that the gold contact area is facing downwards.
Formatting the memory card
If your memory card is already formatted, you can begin using it. If your card isnt formatted you will need to do so. 1 From the standby screen press , select Settings and choose Phone settings. 2 Select Memory manager then choose External memory. 3 Select Format and then confirm your choice. 4 Enter the password, if one is set, and your card will be formatted and ready to use. TIP! To change your default storage destination, open Memory manager from the Phone settings menu and select Primary storage settings. NOTE: If your memory card has existing content it will automatically be filed in the correct folder. For example, videos will be stored in the My videos folder.
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Transferring your contacts
To transfer your contacts from your USIM to your phone: 1 From the standby screen select choose Contacts. 2 Select Contact settings then Copy. 3 Choose USIM to Handset. 4 Choose All together or One by one and press to select Done. and
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7 Vodafone live! Enter address Bookmarks RSS reader Saved pages History Browser settings
Create new Mail box Drafts Outbox Sent messages Email settings
1 Download applications
1 Still camera 2 Video camera
Create new Inbox Drafts Outbox Sent messages My folders Templates Emoticons Media Album Message settings
Slide close setting - Select End call to be able to disconnect a call when closing the slide.
Changing your video call settings
1 Press , select Settings and choose Call settings. 2 Select Video call. 3 Choose whether to Use private picture and select one and/or switch on the Mirror (so you can see yourself on the screen).
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Searching for a contact
There are two ways to search for a contact: From the standby screen 1 From the standby screen press Thumbpad down to open the address book. 2 A Contacts list appears, to search enter the first few letters of the contact youd like to find using the keypad. TIP! You can search by group by and selecting Search by group. This will bring up a list of all your groups. From the main menu 1 Select Contacts. 2 Select Contacts list and enter the first few letters of the contact youd like to find using the keypad. 3 Your address book will bring up a list of the contacts corresponding to the letters youve entered.
Adding a new contact
1 Press and select Contacts. 2 Select Add new. 3 Choose whether to save the contact to your Handset or USIM. 4 Enter the first and last name of your new contact. You do not have to enter both, but you must enter one or the other. 5 Enter up to five different numbers and assign a type for each. Choose from Mobile, Home, Office, Pager, Fax, VT and General. 6 Add up to two email addresses. 7 Assign the contact to a group. Choose from No group, Family, Friends, Colleagues, School or VIP. 8 You can also assign a Contact image and ringtone, and add a Homepage, Home address, Company name, Job title, Company address and a Memo. TIP! You can create customised groups for your contacts.
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There are many things you can do when viewing a contact. Heres how to access and use the options menu: 1 Open the contact youd like to use. See Searching for a contact. 2 Press to open the list of options. From here you can: Send message - Send a message to the contact. If the contact has an email address, select whether youd like to send an email, an SMS/MMS or a postcard. Send business card - Send the contacts details to another person as a business card. Choose to send as a Text message, Multimedia msg, Email or via Bluetooth. Make voice call - Call the contact. Make video call - Video call the contact. Add new contact - You can add a new entry. Edit - You can edit the contact. Mark/Unmark - Mark your contacts for multiple seletion.
Search by - You can search the entry by number or group. Save to Handset - Choose to move or copy to handset (depending on where you originally saved the contact). Delete - Delete the contact. Press Yes if you are sure. Text input - You can set the text input method.
Creating a group
1 Press and select Contacts. 2 Select Groups and 3 Select Add new group. 4 Enter a name for your new group. And, assign a Group Ringtone(Option) 5 Press Save. NOTE: If you delete a group, the contacts assigned to that group will not be lost. They will remain in your address book. TIP! You can edit an existing group by highlighting it and. Choose to Add member to the group from your contacts or, reset Group ringtone.
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Using service dial numbers
You can view the list of Service Dialling Numbers (SDN) assigned by your service provider (if supported by the USIM card). Such numbers include directory enquiries and voice mail numbers. After selecting a service number, press to dial the service. name or last name of a contact first. Synchronise contacts - Connect to your server to synchronise your contacts. See Synchronising your contacts. Copy - Copy your contacts from your USIM to your handset or from your handset to your USIM. Choose to do this one at a time, or all at once. If you select one at a time, youll need to select each contact to copy one by one. Move - This works in the same way as Copy, but the contact will only be saved to the location youve moved it to. If you move a contact from the USIM to the handset it will be deleted from the USIM memory. Send all contacts via Bluetooth Send all your contacts to another handset by Bluetooth. Backup contacts - See Backing up and restoring your phones information. Restore contacts - See Backing up and restoring your phones information. Clear contacts - Delete all your contacts. Press Yes if you are sure you want to clear your address book. Memory info. - You can check how much memory space youve got left on the Handset and on the USIM card.
Viewing your own number
Allows you to display your phone number as saved in the USIM card.
Creating a business card
You can create your own business card by pressing the centre key to Add. After entering the name, number, email and image, you can use it as a business card when sending a message.
Changing your contact settings
You can use contact settings to adapt your address book to your own preferences. 1 Press The basics 30 and select Contacts. 2 Select Contact settings. From here you can adjust the following settings: Contact list settings - Choose whether to view contacts saved to both your Handset & USIM, Handset only or USIM only. You can also select to show the first LG KS500 | User Guide
Your KS500 combines SMS, MMS and email into one intuitive and easy to use menu.
There are two ways to enter text: T9 predictive and Abc manual. To switch between text entry methods press and hold the key. T9 predictive text - Press Options to turn on T9 predictive text, then press to sequence through T9 abc, T9 Abc, T9 ABC or 123. Abc manual - Press Options to sequence through abc, Abc, ABC or 123. To change between upper and lower case press the key. To delete a character use the below the screen. To enter a symbol select Insert. key
Sending a message
1 Select Messaging then choose Create new. 2 Choose Message to send an SMS or MMS. You can also choose to send a live! Postcard or a Voice message. 3 A new SMS will open. 4 Select Options then Insert, to add an image, video, sound, or subject. 5 Press Send. Enter the phone number or select Contacts to open your contacts list. You can add multiple contacts. WARNING: You will be charged per 160 character text message for each person that you send the message to. WARNING: If an image, video or sound is added to an SMS it will be automatically converted to an MMS and you will be charged accordingly.
T9 mode uses a built-in dictionary to recognise words youre writing based on the key sequences. Simply press the number key associated with the letter you want to enter, and the dictionary will supply options for the word as you type. The basics 31
In Abc mode you must press the key repeatedly to enter a letter. For example, to write hello, press 4 twice, 3 twice, 5 three times, 5 three times again, then 6 three times. 1 Select Messaging then Inbox. 2 Select Options and then choose to: Reply - Send a reply to the selected message. Forward - Send the selected message on to another person. Call - Make a voice or video call to the person who sent you the message. Delete - Delete the message. Create new message - Open a new blank message or email. Mark/Unmark - Mark your messages for multiple deletion. Copy & Move - Save a copy or move the message to your phone or USIM. Filter - View your messages by type. This will group SMS separately from MMS. Message info. - See additional information for the message, for example, the time it was sent. You can also view the delivery report and read report. If you see the message No space for USIM message you should delete some messages from your inbox. If you see the message No space for messages you can delete either messages or saved files to create space.
The folder structure used on your KS500 is fairly self-explanatory and easy to use. Inbox - All the messages you receive are placed into your inbox. From here you can reply, forward and more. Drafts - If you dont have time to finish writing a message exit the message editor, by either closing the slide or by pressing. Messages are automatically saved to drafts when you press or close the slide Outbox - This is a temporary storage folder for messages that are being sent. Sent messages - All the messages you send are placed into your Sent items folder. My folders - you can create folders and create new messages to be saved in these folders for use now or at a later date.
1 Select Settings to open the available shot modes. 2 Choose from the four options: Normal shot - This is the default shot type, the photo will be taken in the normal way, as outlined in Taking a quick photo on page 36. Burst shot - This enables you to take nine shots automatically in very quick succession. See Using burst shot mode on page 38 for details. Frame shot - Choose from one of the fun frames to transform your picture.
Changing the image size
The larger the image size, the larger the file. Storing larger sized images will take up more of your phones memory. If you want to fit more pictures on to your phone you can alter the image size to make the file size smaller. 1 Select Size from the right toolbar.
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Using burst shot mode
Burst shot mode is great for taking photos of moving objects or at sporting events. 1 Select Burst shot. 2 Position the subject in the viewfinder and press the capture button as you would to take a normal photo. 3 The camera can take series of pictures (1, 3, 6 or 9) in quick succession and display the first picture with eight thumbnails on the bottom of the screen.
Using a frame shot mode
Frame shot can be used to transform your friend into a pirate, or just to decorate their surroundings with a frame. From the viewfinder select settings Select Shot mode Select Frame Shot Select a frame to use Select close Take photo
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Shooting a quick video
1 Select , to change from camera to video camera mode. 2 Holding the phone horizontally, point the lens towards the subject of the video. 3 Press the capture button once to start recording. Press the capture button a second time to stop recording. 4 While recording your remaining time will appear at the bottom. TIP! Select the album icon to open the video album. See Viewing your photos and videos for details.
Before shooting a video, select Settings to configure various options. Colour effect - Choose from four colour tone options: Off, Black & White, Negative and Sepia. White balance - The white balance ensures that any white in your videos appear realistic. In order for your camera to correctly adjust the white balance you may need to determine the light conditions. Choose from Auto, Sunny, Incandescent, Cloudy or Fluorescent. Night mode - On or Off Video quality - Choose between Super fine, Fine and Normal. The finer the quality the sharper a video will be, but the file size will increase as a result, which means youll be able to store fewer videos in the phones memory. Duration - Normal or MMS.
After youve shot your video
A still image representing your captured video will appear on screen. The name of the image runs along the bottom of the screen together with five icons down the right side. View your video Album. Play the file. Start new recording. Send the video as an MMS, Email or Bluetooth. Refer to Sending a message, or for Sending and receiving your files using Bluetooth. Delete the video you have just made and confirm by pressing Yes. The viewfinder will reappear.
Pictures contains a list of pictures including default images, images downloaded by you and images taken on your phones camera.
Pictures options menu
The options available to you in Pictures will depend on what type of image you have selected. All of the options will be available for pictures you have taken on the phones camera, but only the Use as, Sort by Grid (List) view and Memory manager options are available for default images. Send - Send the image to a friend. Use as - Set the image to appear on your phone at certain times. Get creative 42 LG KS500 | User Guide Move - Move an image from the phone memory to a memory card or vice versa. Copy - Copy an image from the phone memory to a memory card or vice versa.
Sending a photo
1 Select My Files then choose Pictures. 2 Select the photo you want to send and press Options. 3 Select Send and choose from Message, Email, Bluetooth, Postcard. 4 If you choose Message or Email, your photo will be attached to the message and you can write and send the message as normal. If you choose Bluetooth, you will be prompted to turn Bluetooth on and your phone will search for a device to send the picture to. If you choose Postcard, you need to subscribe to the network service first.
Using an image
You can choose images to use as wallpapers and screensavers or even to identify a caller. 1 Select My Files then Pictures. 2 Select the image you want to use and press Options. 3 Select Use as and choose from: Wallpaper - Set a wallpaper for the standby screen. Contacts image - Allocate an image to a particular person in your contacts list so that the picture shows when they call you. Start up image - Set an image to appear when you switch the phone on. Shut down image - Set an image to appear when you switch the phone off.
TIP! To quickly delete any file in My files, select it once so it is highlighted by the cursor and press the key. Confirm by selecting Yes.
Moving or copying an image
You can move or copy an image between the phone memory and the memory card. You might want to do this to either free up some space in one of the memory banks or to safeguard your images from being lost. 1 Select My Files then Pictures. 2 Select an image and select Options. 3 Select Move or Copy.
Marking and unmarking images
If you want to move, copy, send or delete several images at once, you first need to identify them by marking them with a tick. 1 Select My Files then Pictures. 2 Select Options then Mark/Unmark. 3 A box will appear to the left of each image. If you select an image a tick will appear in the box marking it. 4 To unmark an image, select the image again so that the tick disappears from the box.
Editing a playlist
From time to time, you may want to add new songs or delete songs from a playlist. When you want to do this, you can edit the playlist. 1 Select My music, then Playlists. 2 Select the playlist. 3 Select Options and select:
Add new songs To add more songs to the playlist. Mark the ones you want and select Done. File info. - View the Name, Size, Date,Time, Type, Duration, Protection and Copyright of the song. Move up/down Move the song up or down the list to change the playing order. Send Send a song as a message or via Bluetooth. Remove from list Remove a song from the playlist. Select Yes to confirm. Mark/Unmark Select multiple files. Use as You can set the song as an effect sound. Memory manager You can view the current status of memory.
Deleting a playlist
1 Select My music, then Playlists. 2 Select Options then Delete or Delete all to delete all of the playlists. Get creative 49
Adding an event to your calendar
1 From the standby screen press and choose Organiser & Tools. Select Calendar. 2 Select the date you would like to add an event to. 3 Select Options then Add. 4 Select whether you would like to add an Appointment, Anniversary or Birthday and select Done. 5 Check the date and enter the time you would like your event to begin. 6 For appointments and anniversaries enter the time and date your event finishes in the lower two time and date boxes. 7 If you would like to add a subject or a note to your event, press Subject or Name and type in your note. 8 Select Save and your event will be saved in the calendar. A square cursor will mark the day that any events have been saved to and a bell will ring at the start time of your event, so that you can stay organised. TIP! You can set a holiday in your calendar. Select each day you are on holiday one at a time, then choose Options and select Set holiday. Each day will be shaded red.
Changing your default calendar view
1 From the standby screen press and choose Organiser & Tools. Select Organiser settings. 2 Select Calendar, press Options and choose either Month view or Week view. 3 Press OK to confirm your choice.
Adding an item to your to do list
1 From the standby screen press choose Organiser & Tools. 2 Select Tasks and select Add. 3 Set the date for the to do item, add notes and select a priority level: High, Medium or Low. 4 Save your to do list item by selecting Done. TIP! You can edit an item by selecting it, and pressing Options and Edit. Confirm your amends by selecting Save. and
Saving a page
1 Access your required webpage as described above. 2 Select Options and select Save items - Save this page. 3 Enter a name for the webpage so you can easily recognise it. 4 Select Save. TIP! This menu will also allow you to edit titles of saved pages, protect or unprotect the screen memo, and delete saved pages.
Adding and accessing your bookmarks
For easy and fast access to your favourite websites, you can add bookmarks and save web pages. 1 From the standby screen press choose Vodafone live!. and
Accessing a saved page
1 From the standby screen press choose Vodafone live!. 2 Select Saved pages. 3 Select Open to connect to the saved page. and
2 Select Bookmarks. A list of your Bookmarks will appear on the screen. 3 To create a new folder, select Options and press Create new folder. Enter the name of your bookmark folder. LG KS500 | User Guide
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Viewing your browser history
1 From the standby screen press and choose Vodafone live! and then select History. 2 Visual history will be displayed. Select Options and select Add to bookmark, to add the current page to your bookmarks. 3 Select Options and Select List history to show a list of web page titles you have accessed recently. 4 To access one of these pages, simply select the required page and press Open.
subscription process. The reader checks the users subscribed feeds regularly for new content, downloading any updates that it finds.
Adding the Feed
You can input the feed directly yourself: Vodafone live! RSS reader Options Add new or you can click the feed link by selecting the RSS icon in the webpage.
Updating the RSS reader
1 You can select Update or Update all. 2 If you want to update it automatically, select Update schedule.
Using RSS reader
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a family of Web feed formats used to publish frequently updated content such as blog entries, news headlines or podcasts. An RSS document, which is called a feed, web feed, or channel, contains either a summary of content from an associated web site or the full text. RSS makes it possible for people to keep up with their favorite web sites in an automated manner that is easier than checking them manually. The user subscribes to a feed by entering the feeds link into the reader or by clicking an RSS icon in a browser that initiates the
Changing the web browser settings
1 From the standby screen press and choose Vodafone live!. Select Browser settings. 2 You can choose to edit Profiles, Appearance settings, Cache, Cookies, Security, or Reset Settings. 3 Once you have changed your settings, press Select. The web 55
Using your phone as a modem
Your KS500 can double as a modem for your PC, giving you email and internet access even when you cant connect using wires. You can use either the USB cable or Bluetooth. Using the USB cable: 1 Ensure you have the LG PC Suite installed on your PC. 2 Connect your KS500 and your PC using the USB cable and launch the LG PC Suite software. 3 Click Communication on your PC. Then click Settings and select Modem. 4 Choose LG Mobile USB Modem and select OK. It will now appear on screen. 5 Click Connect and your PC will connect through your KS500. 4 Click Communication on your PC. Then click Settings. 5 Click Modem. 6 Choose Standard Modem over Bluetooth link and click OK. It will now appear on screen. 7 Click Connect and your PC will connect through your KS500.
1 Ensure Bluetooth is switched On and Visible for both your PC and KS500. 2 Pair your PC and KS500 so that a passcode is required for connection. 3 Use the Connection wizard on your LG PC Suite to create an active Bluetooth connection. The web 56 LG KS500 | User Guide
Within this folder you can adapt your settings to make your KS500 personal to you.
Personalising your profiles
You can quickly change your profile on the standby screen. Using the settings menu you can personalise each profile setting. 1 From the standby screen, press . 2 Select Profiles and then choose the profile you want to edit. You cannot edit the Silent profile. 3 Select Options and choose Edit. 4 You can then change all of the sounds and alert options available in the list, including your Ring tone and Volume, Message alerts and more.
Changing your screen settings
1 From the standby screen, press . 2 Select Display settings to choose from: Main display - Choose the theme for your standby screen or start-up, power off the phone. Menu style - Choose the style used to display the menu. Dialling - Set the display when making a call. Font - Adjust the font colour. Backlight - Choose how long the backlight remains on for. NOTE: The longer the backlight is on for, the more battery power is used and you may need to charge your phone more often. Handset theme - Quickly change the whole look of your screen. Welcome message- Input the greeting message when switching on the phone. 3 Choose Select to save your settings.
Changing your phone settings
Enjoy the freedom of adapting your KS500 so that it works in a way that suits you best. 1 From the standby screen, press choose Settings. , and
2 Select Phone settings then choose from the list below. Date & Time - Adjust your date and time settings or choose to auto update the time when you travel or for daylight saving. Settings Language - Change the language of your KS500s display. Auto key lock - Lock the keypad automatically in standby screen.
Security - Set the phone to ask for the PIN code of your SIM card when switching on the phone. Handset lock - Set the phone lock to avoid unauthorised use of the phone. You will need a security code. Power save - Choose to switch the factory set power saving settings On or Off. Memory manager - See Using memory manager on page 59 for more information Primary storage setting - Set the primary storage as handset memory or external memory. Information - View the technical information for your KS500. Reset settings - Reset all the settings to their factory definitions. Bluetooth - Setup your KS500 for Bluetooth use. You can adapt your visibility to other devices or search through devices youre paired with. Server sync- Connect your phone to your PC USB connection mode - Choose Data service and synchronise your KS500 using the LG PC Suite software to copy files from your phone. GPS type - Choose either Assited GPS or Stand alone.
(3) Breakage or damage to antennas, unless caused directly by defects in material or workmanship. (4) If the Customer does not notify LG of the alleged defect or malfunction of the Product during the applicable warranty period, the Customer shall have no coverage or benefits under this warranty. (5) Products which have had the serial number removed or made illegible. (6) If the battery short circuits or the seals of the battery are broken or show evidence of tampering, or the battery was used in equipment in a manner other than that which has been specified, the Customer shall have no coverage or benefits under this warranty. (7) Damage resulting from use of non-LG approved accessories. (8) All plastic surfaces and all other externally exposed parts that are scratched or damaged due to normal use. (9) Products operated outside published maximum ratings. (10) Products used or obtained in a rental program. (11) Consumables (such as fuses). (12) Defects or damage resulting from breakage of or tampering with the LCD screen. (13) Where applicable, Products that have been subject to an unauthorised removal or deactivation of the network operator lock function. 3. STATEMENT: Except for those terms that cannot by law be excluded, all terms other than those expressly contained in this warranty statement are excluded. To the extent permitted by law, LG excludes all liability (whether in contract, tort or otherwise) for any consequential, special, incidental or indirect loss or damage including loss of profit, loss or impairment of privacy of conversations, work stoppage or loss or impairment of data arising out of the use or inability to use the Product. 4. HOW TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE: To obtain information regarding warranty service, please call the following toll free telephone numbers;
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The Unlocked LG KS500 is a solid-looking, slider Cell Phone that comes with an Optical Touch-pad. It helps you ZIP through menus and features like no other phone in its class.-The Internet features are presented by HTML WAP Web browsing, EDGE, GPRA, 3G HSDPA, Tri-band Network with GSM-900/1800/1900 & HSDPA-2100. There is also a secondary camera for video calls. Users can stay connected with friends and family with SMS, MMS, EMS, and Email messages. The handset also has a built in HTML browser. But that's not all folks! There are an abundance of features. They include an organizer, speakerphone, voice memo, Music and video player, and downloadable games. The LG KS500 comes with a 2 inch screen that displays images in 240 x 320 Pixels resolution, great for viewing images and videos. The display is capable of delivering up to 256,000 colors.-The world is filled with endless destinations to explore and with portable GPS you can access valuable directions for any path you may choose to travel. With the new Thumb Pad, you can comfortably browse your location on a map or search any internet site. It really is difficult to imagine that the unlocked LG KS500 packs so much communicating power plus entertainment features. It appears the engineers at LG did all the imagining and turned out a product that redefines basic. The LG KS500 refines redefining a mobile phone for you. Slide one in your
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