LG C1100 User Manual. GPRS Phone USER’S MANUAL MODEL: C1100 Please read this manual carefully before operating your mobile phone.
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Introduction Congraturations on your purchase of the advanced and compact C1100 cellular phone, designed to operate with the latest digital mobile communication technology. This user’s guide contains important information on the use and operation of this phone. Please read all the information carefully for optimal performance and to prevent any damage to or misuse of the phone. Exposure to radio frequency energy Radio wave exposure and Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) information This mobile phone model C1100 has been designed to comply with applicable safety requirement for 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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Page 4: Product Care And Maintenance. Guidelines for safe and efficient use Product care and maintenance Warning: Use only batteries, charger 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. •. Page 5: Efficient Phone Operation, Electronics Devices. Fuse Replacement Always replace a blown fuse with a fuse of the same type and size.
Never use a fuse of a higher rating. Efficient phone operation To enjoy optimum performance with minimum power consumption please: • Hold the phone as you speak to any other telephone. While speaking directly into the microphone, angle the antenna in a direction up and over your shoulder. Page 6: Road Safety, Blasting Area, Potentially Explosive Atmospheres. Guidelines for safe and efficient use Road safety Check the laws and regulations on the use of mobile phones in the areas when you drive.
• Do not use a hand-held phone while driving. • Give full attention to driving. •. Page 7: Emergency Calls, Battery Information And Care. Unlike other battery systems, there is no memory effect that could compromise the battery’s performance. • Use only LG batteries and chargers.
LG chargers are designed to maximize the battery life. • Do not disassemble or short-circuit the battery pack. Page 8: Table Of Contents. Contents Overview Part of the Phone • Main body of the Phone. 12 • Outside of the Phone. 13 Key Description • Side of the Key.
15 • Letter Keys. 16 Display Information Display Information • On-Screen Icons. 17 Getting Started Installation •. Page 9: Table Of Contents.
Access Codes • PIN code (4 to 8 digits). 27 • PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits). 27 • PUK code (4 to 8 digits). 27 • PUK2 code (4 to 8 digits). 27 • Security code (4 to 8 digits). 27 Accessing the Menu Menu Tree Messages [Menu 1].
Page 10: Table Of Contents. Contents • Headset [Menu 3-3].
52 • Car [Menu 3-4]. 52 • Vibrate only [Menu 3-5]. 52 • Quiet [Menu 3-6]. 52 Settings [Menu 4] • Date & Time [Menu 4-1]. 55 • Phone settings [Menu 4-2]. 55 •.
Page 11: Table Of Contents. • Go to URL [Menu 7-4]. 80 • Cache settings [Menu 7-5]. 80 • Cookies settings [Menu 7-6].
80 • Security certification [Menu 7-7]. 80 • Reset profiles [Menu 7-8]. 80 • Browser version [Menu 7-9]. 80 On browsing menu Java [Menu 8] •. Page 12: Part Of The Phone, Main Body Of The Phone. Main body of the Phone S t a r K e y S E C N H M M P. Page 13: Outside Of The Phone.
attery Charging Connector/ ands-Free Car kit Connector Overview Outside of the Phone Battery SIM Card Socket Battery Terminals Battery Lock Handstrap Hole Cable Connector/. Page 14: Key Description. Key Description The following shows key components of the phone.
Keypad Description Description Soft Left Key / Soft Right Key < > Each of these keys performs the function indicated by the text on the display immediately above it. Message key You can go to Message menu (Inbox, Memory status, Scheduler or Alarm) directly. Description You can delete the characters, go back the menu. In addition, you can view voice memo list when you press this key shortly in a standby mode. Side of the Key Description Up/Down Side Key On closing a flip, when you press this key sequently, time, date, my display, and greeting note is displayed respectively. Page 16: Letter Keys.
Key Description Letter Keys Each key can be used for several symbols. There are shown below. Description. /. -. ' " 1 A B C 2 Ä À Á Â Ã Å Æ Ç a b c ä à á â ã å æ ç D E F 3 Ë.
Page 17: Display Information, On-screen Icons. The screen displays several icons. There are described below. On-Screen Icons Icon/Indicator Description Tells you the strength of the network signal. Call is connected. You can use GPRS service.
Shows that you are using a roaming service. Line 1/2 is in use for outgoing calls – if you subscribe to the Two Line Service. Page 18: Installation, Inserting The Sim Card, Removing The Sim Card.
Installation 1. Inserting the SIM Card 2. Removing the SIM Card Notice • Removing the battery from the phone whilst it is switched on may cause it to malfunction. • The metal contact of the SIM card can be easily damaged by scratches. Page 19: Installing The Battery, Charging The Battery.
3. Installing the Battery 4.
Charging the Battery To connect the travel adapter to the phone, you must have installed the battery. 1. Position the lugs on the bottom of the battery into the retaining holder. 2. Then push to the half of the battery into position.
Page 20: Disconnecting The Charger. Installation Warning • Do not force the connector as this may damage the phone and/or the travel adapter. 5. Disconnecting the charger Note • Ensure the battery is fully charged before using the phone. • Do not remove your battery or the SIM card while charging.
Page 21: Making And Answering Calls, Making A Call, International Calls. Making and Answering Calls Making a call 1. Key in phone number including the area code. If you want to delete number, press C.
2. Press S to call the number.
3. Press E to end the call. International Calls 1. Page 22: In Call Menu, During A Call. In call Menu The menu displayed on the handset screen during a call is different to the default main menu reached from the idle screen, and the options are described here. 1 During a call 1-1 Putting a Call on Hold When a call is made or answered, press the S [Send] to place it on hold. 1-4 Answering an Incoming Call To answer an incoming call when the handset is ringing, simply press the S [Send] key.
The handset is also able to warn you of an incoming call while you are already in a call. A tone sounds in the earpiece, and the display will show that a second call is waiting. Page 24: Multiparty Or Conference Calls. In call Menu 1-7 Switching DTMF Tones on During a Call To turn DTMF tones on during a call, for example, to allow your handset to make use of an automated switchboard, select < [Options], then DTMF On. DTMF tones can be turned off the same way. 2-1 Making a Second Call You can make a second call while you are already in a call. To do this, enter the second number and press S [Send].
When you get second call the first call is automatically put on hold. You can swap between calls by selecting <. In call Menu 2-7 Putting a Member of a Multiparty Call on Hold To place one selected caller (whose number is currently displayed on-screen) of a multiparty call on hold, select < [Options] then Multiparty / Exclude.
2-8 A Private Call in a Multiparty Call To have a private call with one caller of a multiparty call, display the number of the caller you wish to talk to on the screen, then select <. Page 27: Access Codes, Pin Code (4 To 8 Digits), Pin2 Code (4 To 8 Digits). Access Codes You can use the access codes described in this section to avoid unauthorized use of your phone.
The access codes (except PUK and PUK2 codes) can be changed by using [Menu 4-4-5]. PIN code (4 to 8 digits) The PIN (Personal Identification Number) code protects your SIM card against unauthorized use. Page 28: Menu Tree. Menu Tree 1 Messages 1 Write text message 2 Write multimedia message 3 Inbox 4 Outbox 5 Drafts 6 Listen to voice mai 7 Info message 8 Templates 9 Settings 2 Call register 1 Missed calls 2 Received calls 3 Dialled calls 4 Delete recent calls 5 Call charges 6 GPRS information. 6 Fun & Tools 1 Favorites 2 Games 3 Calculator 4 My folder 5 Unit converter 6 World time 7 Voice recorder 8 Memory status 7 Internet 1 Home 2 Bookmarks 3 Profiles 4 Go to URL 5 Cache settings 6 Cookies settings 7 Security certification 8 Reset profiles.
Page 30: Messages [menu 1], Write Text Message [menu 1-1]. Messages [Menu 1] This menu includes functions related to SMS (Short Message Service), MMS (Multimedia Message Service), voice mail, as well as the network’s service messages. Write text message [Menu 1-1] You can write and edit text message, checking the number of message pages. • Save Stores messages in Outbox. • Font You can select Size and Style of fonts. • Colour You can select Colour of foreground and background. • Alignment You can make the message contents aligned Right, Centre or Left.
• Add T9 dictionary You can add your own word. Page 32: Write Multimedia Message [menu 1-2]. Messages [Menu 1] Insert • Symbol You can add special characters. • Picture You can insert the Default pictures or pictures in My folder that are available for short messages. • Sound You can insert sounds that are available for short messages.
•. Options • Send You can send multimedia messages to multiple recipients, prioritise your message, and make it sent later as well. • Preview You can preview multimedia messages you wrote. • Save You can save multimedia messages in the outbox or as templates. •.
Messages [Menu 1] • Add T9 dictionary You can add your own word. This menu can be shown only when edit mode is Predictive (T9Abc/T9abc/T9ABC).
• T9 languages Select a T9 input mode. • Exit You can back to the Message menu. Note •. How to Use T9 T9 allows you to input text quickly.
In T9, you only need to press the key with the corresponding letter once. This is based on a built-in dictionary to which you can also add new words.
•. Messages [Menu 1] Alternatively. Press * key and select insert symbols.
2. When you have finished writing a word, check whether the word is correct. If the word is correct If the word is not correct. Search by U.
D (Previous and Alternatively. If there is no word you want you can add your Word Save. Page 37: Inbox [menu 1-3]. Inbox [Menu 1-3] You will be alerted when you have received messages. They will be stored in Inbox. In Inbox, you can identify each message by icons.
For detail, see the icon directive. Icon directive ] Multimedia message ] Short message ] SIM message ] Read ] Notified multimedia message. Page 38: Outbox [menu 1-4]. Messages [Menu 1] Forward You can forward the selected message to another party. Return call You can call back to the sender.
Delete You can delete the current message. Extract You can extract picture, sound and text. They will be saved in My folder or Phonebook. Icon directive ] Sent ] Unsent ] Delivery confirmed ] Delivery confirmed ❇ When you already sent the message: Forward You can forward the current message to other recipients. Delete You can delete the current message. View information You can view information about outbox messages; Recipient’s address, Subject (only for Multimedia message), Message date &.
Page 40: Drafts [menu 1-5]. Messages [Menu 1] View information You can view information about outbox messages. Drafts [Menu 1-5] You can view the messages saved as a draft. The draft messages are listed with the date and time when they were saved. Scroll through the list using up/down navigation keys. Icon directive ] Multimedia message ] Text message.
Page 41: Listen To Voice Mail [menu 1-6], Info Message [menu 1-7]. Listen to voice mail [Menu 1-6] You can listen to voice mail. Info message [Menu 1-7] Info service messages are text messages delivered by the network to GSM. They provide general information such as weather reports, traffic news, taxis, pharmacies, and stock prices.
Each type of information has the number;. Page 42: Templates [menu 1-8].
Messages [Menu 1] Templates [Menu 1-8] Text templates [Menu 1-8-1] You have 11 text templates. You can change the predefined templates into your favorite ones or fill the <empty>s. Multimedia templates [Menu 1-8-2] You can use the following options. • Preview You can preview multimedia messages you wrote. Page 43: Settings [menu 1-9]. • Add T9 dictionary You can add your own word.
This menu can be shown only when edit mode is Predictive (T9Abc/T9abc/T9ABC). • T9 languages Select a T9 input mode.
• Exit You can back to the Message menu. Signature [Menu 1-8-3] You can make your Signature. Messages [Menu 1] • SMS centre If you want to send the text message, you can receive the address of SMS centre through this menu. Multimedia message [Menu 1-9-2] • Priority You can send the message after setting the level of priority: Low, Normal and High.
- Bearer • Data • GPRS - Data settings Appeares only if you select Data settings as a Bearerservice. IP address Dial number.
Enter the telephone number to dial to access your WAP gateway. User ID Password Call type. Select the type of data call, Analogue or Digital (ISDN).
Messages [Menu 1] • Permitted types Personal. Persornal message. Advertisements. Commercial message.
Information. Necessary information.
Voice mail centre [Menu 1-9-3] You can receive the voicemail if this feature is supported by your network service provider. When a new voicemail is arrived, the symbol will be displayed on the screen. • Alert - Yes Your phone will beep when you have received Info service message numbers. - No Your phone will not beep even though you have received info service messages. • Languages You can select the language you want by pressing [On/Off]. Then, the info service message will be shown in the language that you selected.
Page 48: Call Register [menu 2], Missed Calls [menu 2-1], Received Calls [menu 2-2]. Call register [Menu 2] Missed calls [Menu 2-1] This menu shows recently missed numbers. You can call these numbers, save and view the date and the time.
Received calls [Menu 2-2] This menu shows recently received numbers. You can call these numbers, save and view the date and the time.
Call duration [Menu 2-5-1] This function allows you to view the duration of your Last Call, All Calls, Received calls and Dialled calls in hours, minutes and seconds. You can also reset the call timers.
1. Press < [Menu] in standby mode. 2. Call register [Menu 2] Settings [Menu 2-5-3] (SIM Dependent) • Set tariff You can set the currency type and the unit price. Contact your service providers to obtain charging unit prices.
To select the currency or unit in this menu, you need the PIN2 code. If you want to input then press * key. Page 51: Gprs Information [menu 2-6]. GPRS information [Menu 2-6] You can check the amount of data transferred over the network through GPRS.
In addition, you can view how much time you are online. Call duration [Menu 2-6-1] You can check the duration of Last call and All calls.
You can also reset the call timers. Page 52: Profiles [menu 3], General [menu 3-1], Loud [menu 3-2], Headset [menu 3-3], Car [menu 3-4].
Profiles [Menu 3] In this menu, you can adjust and customize the phone tones for different events and environments. 1. Press < [Menu] in standby mode. 2.
Press 3 for direct access or use L and R. 3. You can also enter this menu directly by pressing L key in standby mode. Note • Headset and Car profiles can be activated only when Handsfree kit or Ear microphone put on the handset. However, their properties can be personalised. Activate [Menu 3-x-1] Activates the selected Profile.
Personalise [Menu 3-x-2] Each has the submenus as shown below except for Vibrate only. Call alert type Allows to select alert type such as Ring, Vibrate, etc. Profiles [Menu 3] Keypad tone Allows to select the keypad tone for adjusting environment. Flip tone Allows to set the flip tone for adjusting environment. Effect sound volume Allows to set the effect sound volume for adjusting environment.
Power on/off volume Allows to set the power on/off volume for adjusting environment Auto answer This function will be activated only when your phone is connected to. Page 55: Settings [menu 4], Date & Time [menu 4-1], Phone Settings [menu 4-2]. You can set the following menus for your convenience and preferences. 1.
Press < [Menu] in standby mode. 2. Press 4 for direct access to enter Settings. Date & Time [Menu 4-1] You can set functions relating to the date and time. Set date [Menu 4-1-1] You can enter the current date. Settings [Menu 4] Greeting note [Menu 4-2-2] If you select On, you can edit the text which is displayed in standby mode.
Language [Menu 4-2-3] You can change the language for the display texts in your phone. This change will also affect the Language Input mode. Backlight [Menu 4-2-4] You can set the light-up duration of the internal display. Page 57: Call Settings [menu 4-3]. Call settings [Menu 4-3] You can set the menu relevant to a call by pressing < [Select] in the Setting menu. Call divert [Menu 4-3-1] The Call divert service allows you to divert incoming voice calls, fax calls, and data calls to another number. For details, contact your service provider.
Settings [Menu 4] The submenus Call divert menus have the submenus shown below. - Activate Activate the corresponding service. To voice mail centre Forwards to message centre. This function is not shown at All data calls and All fax calls menus.
To other number Inputs the number for diverting. Send my number [Menu 4-3-3] (network and subscription dependent) • On You can send your phone number to another party. Your phone number will be shown on the receiver’s phone.
• Off Your phone number will not be shown. • Set by network If you select this, you can send your phone number depending on two line service such as line 1 or line 2. Page 60: Security Settings [menu 4-4]. Settings [Menu 4] Auto redial [Menu 4-3-6] • On When this function is activated, the phone will automatically try to redial in the case of failure to connect a call.
• Off Your phone will not make any attempts to redial when the original call has not connected. 2. Set On/Off. 3. If you want to change the setting, you need to enter PIN code when you switch on the phone.
4. If you enter wrong PIN code more than 3 times, the phone will lock out.
If the PIN is blocked, you will need to key in PUK code. 5. Settings [Menu 4] • Incoming when abroad The barring service for all incoming calls when roaming • Cancel all You can cancel all barring services. • Change password You can change the password for Call Barring Service.
Each call barring menu has following submenus: •. Page 63: Network Settings [menu 4-5]. Change codes [Menu 4-4-5] PIN is an abbreviation of Personal Identification Number used to prevent use by only unauthorized person. You can change the access codes: PIN code, PIN2 code, Security code.
1. If you want to change the Security code/PIN/PIN2 code input your original code, and then press <. Page 64: Gprs Setting [menu 4-6], Reset Settings [menu 4-7]. Settings [Menu 4] GPRS setting [Menu 4-6] You can set GPRS service depending on various situation. Power on [Menu 4-6-1] If you select this menu, the phone is automatically registered to a GPRS network when you switch the phone on. Starting a WAP or PC dial-up application created the connection between phone and network and data transfer is possible. Page 65: Organiser [menu 5], Alarm Clock [menu 5-1], Scheduler [menu 5-2].
Alarm clock [Menu 5-1] You can set up to 5 alarm clocks to go off at a specified time. 1. Select On and enter the alarm time you want. 2. Select the repeat period.
Once, Mon. Sat, Everyday. 3. Select the alarm tone you want and press < [OK]. 4. Organiser [Menu 5] Add new [Menu 5-2-1] You can edit maximum 39 characters (21 characters in Chinese) and take up to 20 notes.
• Schedule Input the subject, the schedule time, the repeat, the alarm by pressing allowed keys. • Memo 1. Organiser [Menu 5] Add new [Menu 5-3-2] You can add phonebook entry by using this function. Phone memory capacity is 200 entries.
SIM card memory capacity depends on the cellular service provider. You can also save 20 characters of name in The Phone memory, and save characters in the SIM card.
• Group ring tone Allows you to specify ring tone for the group members' call. • Group icon Allows you to select the icon dependent on Group. • Add member You can add group members. Each group member souldn’t be exceeded 20.
Organiser [Menu 5] Settings [Menu 5-3-5] 1. Press > [Names] in standby mode. 2. Scroll to Settings, then press < [Select]. • Set memory Scroll to highlight Set memory, then press < [Select]. - If you select Variable, when adding entry, the phone will ask where to store.
Copy all [Menu 5-3-6] You can copy/move entries from SIM card memory to Phone memory and vice versa. 1.
Open the Phonebook first by pressing > [Names] in standby mode. 2. Scroll to Copy all, then press < [Select] to enter this menu. •. Information [Menu 5-3-8] • Service dial number Use this function to access a particular list of services provided by your network operator (if supported by the SIM card).
1. Open the phonebook first by pressing > [Names] in standby mode and select Information. 2. Page 73: Fun & Tools [menu 6], Favorites [menu 6-1], Games [menu 6-2]. Favorites [Menu 6-1] You can set up to 9 menus which you have used often in Favorites. You can connect this menu directly by pressing hot key D.
If you want to register the menu in favorites, select <Empty> on a list. Page 74: Calculator [menu 6-3], My Folder [menu 6-4]. Fun & Tools [Menu 6] Calculator [Menu 6-3] This contains the standard functions such as +, –, x, ÷. Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division. 1. Input the numbers by pressing numeric keys. 2.
Use a navigation key to select a sign for calculation. 3. Page 75: Unit Converter [menu 6-5], World Time [menu 6-6]. • Set as Wallpaper / Set as ring tone You can set downloaded sounds or pictures as wallpaper or Ring tone. • Delete You can delete each downloaded content. • Delete all You can delete all downloaded contents. Unit converter [Menu 6-5] This converts any measurement into a unit you want.
Page 76: Voice Recorder [menu 6-7], Memory Status [menu 6-8]. Fun & Tools [Menu 6] Voice recorder [Menu 6-7] The voice memo feature you to record up to 10 voice messages and each memo is up to 20 Seconds. Record [Menu 6-7-1] 1. You can record voice memo in Voice recorder menu and also holding down C in the standby mode. Page 77: Internet [menu 7], Home [menu 7-1], Bookmarks [menu 7-2], Profiles [menu 7-3].
The phone supports services based on Wireless Application Protocol (WAP). You can access services supported by your network.
The services menu allows you to get the information such as news, weather reports, and flight times. Home [Menu 7-1] Connect to a homepage. The homepage may be the site which is defined in the activated profile. Internet [Menu 7] - Bearer You can set the bearer data service.
• Data • GPRS - Data settings Appeares only if you select Data settings as a Bearerservice. IP address. Enter the IP address of the WAP gateway you Dial number. Enter the telephone number to dial to access User ID.
The users identity for your dial-up server (and. - Display image You can select whether images on WAP cards are displayed or not.
- Connection type The options for connection type are Temporary or Continuous and depend on the gateway you are using. Continuous A confirmed delivery mechanism but generates more network traffic. Page 80: Go To Url [menu 7-4], Cache Settings [menu 7-5], Cookies Settings [menu 7-6]. Internet [Menu 7] Go to URL [Menu 7-4] You can directly connect to the site you want. You need to enter a specific URL. Cache settings [Menu 7-5] You can remove the contents of Cache memory or change the Cache mode.
Clear cache [Menu 7-5-1] The contents of Cache memory will be removed. Page 81: On Browsing Menu. If you are on line, you can view the following menus. I Home Refer to [Menu 7-1]. I Reload Reloads the current page.
I Bookmarks See [Menu 7-2]. I Save as bookmark You can save a site as bookmark. I Messages During Wap connection, you can see the Short messages.
Page 82: Applications [menu 8-1]. Applications [Menu 8] Applications [Menu 8-1] Main Screen Java Menu Options Scroll to an application and select Options. 1. About.
Shows Java MIDP information. 2. Info. Displays information about the selected MIDlet.
3. Remove. Deletes the selected MIDlet. 4. Page 83: Download [menu 8-2]. Download [Menu 8-2] You can edit and set MIDlet server address. Download MIDlets using WAP Browser and store them in the phone.
You can also view the list of MIDlets stored on the Applicatons screen. Profles [Menu 7-3] Some Java applications may require a network connection to operate, for example, multiplayer games. Page 84: Accessories.
Note • Always use genuine LG accessories. • Failure to do this may invalidate your warranty. • Accessories may be different in different regions; please check with our regional service company or agent for further enquires.
Page 85: Care And Maintenance. When using this unit, basic safety precautions as below should be always followed. • Do not disassemble this unit. (Take it to a qualified service technician when repair work is required. ) • Away from electrical appliance such as a TV, radio or personal computer. Unlike other battery systems, there is no memory effect that could compromise the battery’s performance.
• Use only LG batteries and chargers. LG chargers are designed to maximize the battery life.
• Do not disassemble or short-circuit the battery pack. Page 87: Technical Data. Technical Data General Product name. C1100 System.
GSM 900 / DCS 1800 Ambient Temperatures Max. +55°C Min. -10°C. Suppliers Details Name LG Electronics Inc Address LG Electronics Inc. LG Kang-nam Tower 679, Yoksam-dong, Kangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea Product Details Product Name GSM 900 / GSM 1800 Dual Band Terminal Equipment Model Name C1100 Trade Name Applicable Standards Details R&TTE Directive 1999/5/EC.