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access via cellular provider is more and more popular, but the cellular
Internet plans offered by many providers are expensive. There are a few
alternatives to cellular Internet plans, including using your mobile
phone as a modem. This process is called "tethering" and allows you to
connect to the Internet
through a dial-up connection in your phone. With the right equipment
and technique, you can use your LG Vu CU920 with a USB cable to connect
to the Internet.Log on to the LG website and download the modem driver for the Vu CU920 to your computer's desktop.
the modem driver by double-clicking on the program icon on your
desktop. Follow the instructions in the install wizard until it is
Plug a LG Vu CU920 USB cable from your LG Vu CU920 into an empty USB jack in your computer.
Click the "Start" menu and select "Control Panel."
Click "Network and Sharing Center," then click "Set up a Connection or Network."
Click "Set up a Dial-up Connection." This will open up a window where you can enter your LG Vu CU920's information.
the cellular dial-up connection number in the Dial-up Phone Number
field. This number differs between each cellular provider. Contact your
cellular provider to get the number that it uses for this sort of
connection. Leave the username and password blank. If you like, you can
enter a name for the connection in the "Connection Name" field.
Click "Connect" to connect to the new network connection.
I just figured this out. When you unplug the headset it will open up the voice activated dialing. Instead of cancelling out of it (like i did a bunch of times...) use your voice to dial someone (anyone's) number. It should dial and the phone should work normally after that.. weird but it worked for me.
its nothing wrong with the voice recording, or your phone, voice recordings are simply not allowed to be set as a ringtone,
i have the same phone and it took me many calls and headaches to At&t before they told me that anything set as a ringtone had to be in mp3 format.
To activate voice commands: 1. In your menu, go to MY STUFF MENU 2. select TOOLS 3. select Voice Command 4. Enable the on/off option
How to use it:
Call <Name or Number>: This function is activated only when if user says command “Call” and name stored in address book or specified phone number. Handset, voice engine inside recognize users utterance handset, displays name lists from your phone’s address book or phone number, however noise might caused to display candidates. Additionally user can superimpose number type at the end optionally, such as “mobile”, “home” or “office”.
Hi i have the same phone and i had that problem. Have you tried going to settings then click the more button then click security and Auto Screen Lock. There are 5 options you can choose from click off and that should fix it.