1 LG Splendor User Guide This guide helps you to get started using your phone. WARNING Wash hands after handling.
3 Contents 3 Getting to know your phone... 8 Your Home screen Google account setup Connecting to Networks and Devices 40 Calls Contacts...60 Messaging Camera Video camera...76 Multimedia...80 Utilities The web Settings Accessories Troubleshooting Safety Limited Warranty Statement...196
8 8 Getting to know your phone Before you start using the phone, please read this! 1. Phone memory To uninstall applications: 1. Apps Settings Apps Uninstall OK
9 Getting to know your phone 9 2. Optimizing battery life Extending your phone's battery life: To check the battery power level: Apps Settings About phone Status.
10 10 Getting to know your phone To monitor and control how battery power is being used: Apps Settings Power saver Battery use 3. Using folders
11 Getting to know your phone 11 NOTE 4. Before installing an open source application and operating system (OS) WARNING
12 12 Getting to know your phone 5. Using the hard reset (Factory reset) Volume Down Key + Home Key Power/Lock Key Power/Lock Key Power/Lock Key
13 Getting to know your phone Power/Lock Key Caution 6. Opening and switching applications
14 14 Getting to know your phone To view a list of recently used applications: Home Key To stop applications: 1. Apps Settings Apps Running 2. Stop 7. Hold your phone upright
15 Getting to know your phone When the screen freezes If the screen freezes or the phone does not respond when you try to operate it: OR Power/Lock Key
16 16 Getting to know your phone Device components Earpiece Front Camera Lens Proximity Sensor Home Key Back Key Power/Lock Key Menu Key
17 Getting to know your phone 17 NOTE Proximity sensor WARNING Power/Lock Key Earphone Jack Charger/USB Port Microphone Volume Keys TIP!
18 18 Getting to know your phone Back Camera Lens microsd Card Slot Back Cover Installing the SD card and battery Battery 1. Speaker NOTE
19 Getting to know your phone 19 2.
20 20 Getting to know your phone 3. Charging your phone
21 Getting to know your phone 21 NOTE Settings Storage Unmount SD card OK NOTE Using the memory card To insert a memory card: To remove the memory card safely: Apps NOTE
22 22 Getting to know your phone WARNING To format the memory card: NOTE 1. Apps Settings Storage 2. Unmount SD card OK 3. Erase SD card Erase SD card 4. Erase everything
23 Getting to know your phone 23 NOTE Locking and unlocking the screen Power/Lock Key Power/Lock Key
24 24 Getting to know your phone Secure your lock screen To set Swipe, Face Unlock, Pattern, PIN or Password for the first time: Apps Settings Lock screen Select screen lock Swipe, Face Unlock, Pattern, PIN Password. NOTE Precautions to take when using pattern lock. NOTE Face Unlock
25 Getting to know your phone 25 When you cannot recall your unlock pattern: Forgot pattern To adjust the volume Menu Key System settings > Sound Sound profile Volumes. Phone ringtone, Notification sound, Touch feedback & system, Music, video, games and other media Alarms OK
26 26 Your Home screen Touch screen tips Touch Touch and hold Drag Flick NOTE
27 Your Home screen 27 Home screen NOTE Phone Contacts Messaging Apps
28 28 Your Home screen Customizing the Home screen To add items on your Home screen: 1. NOTE 2. 3.
29 Your Home screen 29 To remove an item from the Home screen: TIP!
30 30 Your Home screen Customizing an application icon from the Home screen 1. NOTE Create photo icon Take photo
31 Your Home screen 31 Select from Gallery Key Returning to recently-used applications 1. Home Key 2. Back
32 32 Your Home screen Status Bar QuickMemo Wi-Fi Airplane Bluetooth GPS
33 Viewing the Status Bar Icon Description Icon Your Home screen 33 Description
34 34 Your Home screen Icon Description Icon Description
35 Your Home screen 35 Icon Description Icon Description
36 36 Your Home screen On-screen keyboard Using the keypad & entering text
37 Your Home screen 37 Entering accented letters QuickMemo QuickMemo
38 38 Your Home screen 1. 2.
39 Your Home screen NOTE Using the QuickMemo options
40 40 Your Home screen Viewing the saved QuickMemo Gallery QuickMemo
41 Google account setup 41 To set up your Google account: OR Apps Gmail New Existing Sign in
42 42 Google account setup
43 Connecting to Networks and Devices 43 Wi-Fi Connecting to Wi-Fi networks NOTE OFF
44 44 Connecting to Networks and Devices Turning Wi-Fi on and connecting to a Wi-Fi network 1. Apps Settings Wi-Fi 2. Connect 4. 3.
45 Connecting to Networks and Devices 45 Bluetooth Turning on Bluetooth and pairing up your phone with a Bluetooth device 1. Apps Settings Bluetooth 2. Search for devices 3.
46 46 Connecting to Networks and Devices Sending pictures using Bluetooth 1. Gallery Bluetooth 2. Bluetooth ON Search for devices 3. Sharing your phone's data connection
47 Connecting to Networks and Devices 47 To change Portable Wi-Fi hotspot settings: Apps Settings More Portable Wi-Fi hotspot Configure Wi-Fi hotspot
48 48 Connecting to Networks and Devices To rename or secure your portable hotspot 1. Apps Settings 2. More Portable Wi-Fi hotspot 3. Configure Wi-Fi hotspot Security WPA2 PSK Configure Wi-Fi hotspot
49 Connecting to Networks and Devices 49 Open Security 4. Save ATTENTION! Using the Wi-Fi Direct 1. Apps Settings More Wi-Fi Direct.
50 50 Connecting to Networks and Devices 2. Wi-Fi Direct Connect CREATE GROUP Password NOTE
51 Connecting to Networks and Devices 51 Enabling Wi-Fi Direct to share through SmartShare Using SmartShare To turn SmartShare on and allow sharing contents 1. SmartShare 2. Menu Key Settings 3. Discoverable
52 52 Connecting to Networks and Devices Always accept request Receive files 4. Photos, Videos Music 5. SmartShare To control your renderer devices NOTE 1. SmartShare
53 Connecting to Networks and Devices To 3. From Menu Key Play To share contents from your phone to your renderer device(e.g. TV) NOTE 1. 2.
54 54 Connecting to Networks and Devices NOTE Notice To download contents from remote content library 1. SmartShare 2. From Download Notice
55 Connecting to Networks and Devices 55 To upload contents from my phone to remote content library NOTE Receive files 1. SmartShare 2. From My phone Upload 5. Notice
56 56 Calls Making a call TIP! Calling your contacts Search contacts 3. 4.
57 Calls 57 Answering and rejecting a call Locked screen Unlocked screen TIP! Quick msg Adjusting call volume Making a second call 1. Menu Key Add call
58 58 Calls Viewing your call logs Call logs TIP! TIP! Menu Key Delete all > OK NOTE
59 Calls 59 Call settings Menu Key 3. Call settings Voic service Voic settings Save unknown numbers Quick messages Auto retry
60 60 Calls TTY mode DTMF tones Auto answer Call restrictions Call duration Voice privacy
61 Contacts 61 Searching for a contact Search contacts Adding a new contact 1. Menu Key Add to Contacts Create new contact 2. Take photo Select from Gallery 3.
62 62 Contacts Save NOTE Menu Key Delete, Share, Join, Export Add to home screen Editing Contacts 1. Contacts Edit Save
63 Contacts 63 Favorite contacts Adding a contact to your favorites Removing a contact from your favorites list Favorites 3.
64 64 Messaging LG Splendor Sending a message To NOTE Picture, Capture picture, Video, Capture video, Audio, Record voice, Slideshow Contact (vcard) 5. Menu Key
65 Messaging 65 Add subject Discard Send to Online Album Set priority All messages 6. Send WARNING WARNING Threaded box Using Smilies Menu Key Insert smiley
66 66 Messaging Changing your message settings Menu Key Settings
67 67 Managing an account To add another account: Apps Menu Key Settings ADD ACCOUNT.
68 68 To change an account's setting: Apps Menu Key Settings. To delete an account: Apps Menu Key Settings Remove account > OK. account screen
69 69 Working with account folders Composing and sending To compose and send a message Menu Key 4. 5.
70 70 TIP!
71 Camera 71 Getting to know the viewfinder Brightness Shot mode Normal Panorama Continuous shot Settings Switch lenses Cheese shutter Mode switch Capture Gallery
72 72 Camera Taking a quick photo 1. Camera Once you've taken the photo
73 Camera 73 Bluetooth Facebook Gmail Google+ Memo Messaging Picasa Twitter TIP! Menu Key Set image as Contact photo Home screen wallpaper Lockscreen wallpaper Move Rename Rotate left/right Crop
74 74 Camera Edit Slideshow Details Using the advanced settings
75 Camera 75 Normal, Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Sunset Night
76 76 Camera NOTE TIP!
77 Video camera 77 Getting to know the viewfinder Brightness Flash Settings Switch lenses Zoom Mode switch Record Gallery
78 78 Video camera Recording a quick video 1. Camera Mode switch After recording a video
79 Video camera 79 Bluetooth Facebook Gmail Google+, Messaging YouTube OK Menu Key Move Rename Details Using the advanced settings
80 80 Video camera NOTE Adjusting the volume when viewing a video
81 Multimedia 81 Gallery Apps Gallery Music Player Music Player Apps Transferring music files using USB mass storage devices Settings
82 82 Multimedia Connectivity USB Connection type Media sync (MTP). 3. Playing a song 1. Apps Music Player 2. Songs 3.
83 Multimedia 83 Play Add to playlist Set as ringtone Delete Share Search Details NOTE
84 84 Utilities Setting your alarm 1. Apps Alarm/Clock Repeat Snooze duration Vibration Alarm sound Puzzle lock Memo 4. Save Using your calculator 1. Apps Calculator Menu Key Advanced panel
85 Utilities 85 Adding an event to your calendar 1. Apps Calendar 2. Day, Week, Month, Agenda Event name 6. Location 7. Description 8. REPEAT REMINDERS
86 86 Utilities 9. Save Polaris Office Apps Polaris Office Managing files Viewing files
87 Utilities 87 Your Navigator Deluxe 1. Settings Location services Google's location service GPS satellites 2. Home Key Your Navigation Deluxe
88 88 Utilities "Drive To" "Places" "Maps & Traffic" Play Store To open the Play Store application Play Store Play Store
89 Utilities 89 To download the applications NOTE Install Price
90 90 Utilities 3. Accept & download Accept & buy To get help with Play Store Menu Key Help Browser NOTE Menu Key
91 The web 91 Browser NOTE Using the web toolbar Back Key
92 92 The web Using options Menu Key Refresh Save to bookmarks Go to Homepage Share page Find on page Request desktop site Save for offline reading Brightness Settings Exit
93 Settings 93 Settings WIRELESS & NETWORKS Apps < Wi-Fi > TIP! How to obtain the MAC address Apps Settings Wi-Fi Menu Key Advanced MAC Address < Bluetooth >
94 94 Settings < Data usage > < Call > < More > Airplane mode Wi-Fi Direct Portable Wi-Fi hotspot VPN Mobile networks
95 Settings 95 DEVICE < Sound > Sound profile Sound, Vibrate only Silent Volumes Phone ringtone Notification sound Ringtone with vibration Quiet time Dial pad touch tones Touch sounds Screen lock sound
96 96 Settings Emergency tone Off Alert Vibrate < Display > Brightness Auto-rotate screen Screen timeout Font size Front Key light < Home screen > Animation, Screen swipe effect Wallpaper Scroll wallpaper, Scroll screen circularly Home backup & restore
97 Settings 97 < Lock screen > Select screen lock Swipe Face Unlock Pattern PIN Password None Wallpaper Clocks & shortcuts Owner info Lock timer Power button instantly locks Power/Lock Key < Storage > SYSTEM MEMORY
98 98 Settings SD CARD Unmount SD card Erase SD card < Power Saver > < Apps > PERSONAL < Accounts & sync > < Location services > Google's location service
99 Settings 99 GPS satellites Location & Google search < Security > Encrypt device Password typing visible Device administrators Unknown sources Trusted credentials Install from SD card
100 100 Settings Clear credentials < Language & input > < Backup & reset > Back up my data Backup account Automatic restore Factory data reset
101 Settings 101 SYSTEM < Date & time > Date & time < Accessibility > Accessibility NOTE < Connectivity > USB connection type Charge only Media sync (MTP) USB tethering LG software Camera (PTP) Ask on connection
102 102 Settings Help On-Screen Phone <Developer options> < About phone >
103 Settings 103 DivX Mobile ABOUT DIVX VIDEO: ABOUT DIVX VIDEO-ON-DEMAND: DivX Certified to play DivX video up to 640x480, including premium content DivX, DivX Certified and associated logos are trademarks of Rovi Corporation or its subsidiaries and are used under license.
104 104 Accessories (Items described below may be optional and sold separately) Travel adapter Battery Stereo headset Data cable User Guide
105 Accessories 105 NOTE
106 106 FAQ Category Sub-Category Question Answer BT BT
107 FAQ 107 Category Sub-Category Question Answer
108 108 FAQ Category Sub-Category Question Answer
109 FAQ 109 Category Sub-Category Question Answer
110 110 FAQ Category Sub-Category Question Answer View message details
111 FAQ 111 Category Sub-Category Question Answer
112 112 FAQ Category Sub-Category Question Answer How to re-save numbers with Wait and Pause: Menu Key Add 2-sec pause Add wait
113 FAQ 113 Category Sub-Category Question Answer Forget Pattern
114 114 FAQ Category Sub-Category Question Answer How to perform a factory reset: Volume Down Key Home Key Power/Lock Key
115 FAQ 115 Category Sub-Category Question Answer Power/Lock Key Volume Keys Power/Lock Key Power/Lock Key Volume Keys
116 116 FAQ Category Sub-Category Question Answer Menu Key Lock screen settings Select screen lock Pattern Continue Confirm
117 FAQ 117 Category Sub-Category Question Answer To set a Speed Dial: Contacts Menu Key Speed dials To set a Direct Dial shortcut to your Home screen: Widgets > Direct dial
118 118 FAQ Category Sub-Category Question Answer Menu Key System settings Language & input > Language
119 FAQ 119 Category Sub-Category Question Answer Menu Key System settings > Display > Screen timeout
120 120 FAQ Category Sub-Category Question Answer
121 FAQ 121 Category Sub-Category Question Answer Menu Key System settings > Apps Uninstall Menu Key System settings Storage Mount SD card Set as ringtone
122 122 FAQ Category Sub-Category Question Answer
123 FAQ 123 Category Sub-Category Question Answer
124 124 FAQ Category Sub-Category Question Answer Menu Key System settings > Backup & reset > Factory data reset. NOTE Reset phone Erase everything
125 Safety 125 HAC FCC Part 15 Class B Compliance
126 126 Safety FCC RF Exposure Information WARNING! Read this information before operating the phone.
127 Safety 127 Bodily Contact During Operation
128 128 Safety Vehicle-Mounted External Antenna Caution
129 Safety 129 Consumer Information About Radio Frequency Emissions Your wireless phone, which contains a radio transmitter and receiver, emits radio frequency energy during use. The following consumer information addresses commonly asked questions about the health effects of wireless phones. Are wireless phones safe?
130 130 Safety
131 Safety 131 What does SAR mean?
132 132 Safety Can I minimize my RF exposure?
133 Safety 133
134 134 Safety Do wireless phones pose any special risks to children?
135 Safety 135 Where can I get further information about RF emissions? U.S. Food and Drug Administration U.S. Federal Communications Commission
136 136 Safety Independent Expert Group on Mobile Phones Royal Society of Canada Expert Panels on Potential Health Risks of Radio Frequency Fields from Wireless Telecommunication Devices World Health Organization
137 Safety 137 International Commission on Non- Ionizing American National Standards Institute National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements
138 138 Safety Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, Committee on Man and Radiation (COMAR) of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Consumer Information on SAR (Specific Absorption Rate)
139 Safety 139
140 140 Safety
141 Safety 141
142 142 Safety FCC Hearing-Aid Compatibility (HAC) Regulations for Wireless Devices
143 Safety 143
144 144 Safety
145 Safety 145
146 146 Safety For information about hearing aids and digital wireless phones Wireless Phones and Hearing Aid Accessibility FCC Hearing Aid Compatibility and Volume Control Caution: Avoid potential hearing loss.
147 Safety 147
148 148 Safety
149 Safety 149 TIA Safety Information Exposure to Radio Frequency Signal
150 150 Safety Antenna Care Phone Operation
151 Safety 151 Tips on Efficient Operation Electronic Devices Pacemakers
152 152 Safety Hearing Aids
153 Safety 153 Other Medical Devices Health Care Facilities Vehicles
154 154 Safety Posted Facilities Aircraft Blasting Areas Potentially Explosive Atmosphere
155 Safety 155 For Vehicles Equipped with an Air Bag
156 156 Safety Part statement
157 Safety 157 Part statement Safety Information Caution Violation of the instructions may cause minor or serious damage to the product.
158 158 Safety
159 Safety 159
160 160 Safety Charger and Adapter Safety Battery Information and Care
161 Safety 161
162 162 Safety
163 Safety 163
164 164 Safety
165 Safety 165
166 166 Safety Explosion, Shock, and Fire Hazards
167 Safety 167 General Notice
168 168 Safety
169 Safety 169 American Academy of Audiology
170 170 Safety National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
171 Safety 171 FDA Consumer Update 1. Do wireless phones pose a health hazard?
172 172 Safety 2. What is the FDA s role concerning the safety of wireless phones?
173 Safety 173
174 174 Safety
175 Safety What kinds of phones are the subject of this update?
176 176 Safety 4. What are the results of the research done already?
177 Safety What research is needed to decide whether RF exposure from wireless phones poses a health
178 178 Safety risk?
179 Safety What is the FDA doing to find out more about the possible health effects of wireless phone RF?
180 180 Safety 7. How can I find out how much Radio Frequency energy exposure I can get by using my wireless phone?
181 Safety 181
182 182 Safety 8. What has the FDA done to measure the Radio Frequency energy coming from wireless phones?
183 Safety What steps can I take to reduce my exposure to Radio Frequency energy from my wireless phone?
184 184 Safety 10. What about children using wireless phones?
185 Safety What about wireless phone interference with medical equipment?
186 186 Safety
187 Safety Where can I find additional information?
188 188 Safety Driving 10 Driver Safety Tips
190 190 Safety
192 192 Safety
194 194 Limited Warranty Statement Limited Warranty Statement 1. WHAT THIS WARRANTY COVERS:
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196 196 Limited Warranty Statement 2. WHAT THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
197 Limited Warranty Statement 197
198 198 Limited Warranty Statement 3. WHAT LG WILL DO: 4. STATE LAW RIGHTS:
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200 200 Limited Warranty Statement 5. HOW TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE: Tel or Fax DO NOT RETURN YOUR PRODUCT TO THE ABOVE ADDRESS