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Re: Phone shuts down
This type of problem occures in mobile phone due to followig reason...1..Defective software 2...Defective Key pad IC 3...Defective CPU IC.
First is cheaper and will be solved by any skilled technician.
2nd is Hardware problem and also can be repaired by techincian.
3rd is very werst thing. I pray it might be with your phone.
Key-pad scanning is overall duty of CPU IC of the phone. I advise you to contact nearby technician and ask him to put it right by software. He himself reply you what to do? Yes, this is paid service and he will charge you little. If u find it fixing your problem then do vote here.
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Add a New Contact
Touch the "Main Menu" soft key on your LG phone, or use the directional keys on your phone to select the "Main Menu" option.
Touch or select the "Contacts" option to access a menu that allows you to add a new contact. Select the "New Contact" option using the soft key or directional keys. This action opens a blank contact template.
Touch or select one of the blank number fields, such as Mobile 1 or Work. Use the keypad to enter the appropriate number into the field. Add the contact name in the same manner. Touch or select "Save" to complete the addition of the new contact.
Add a New Number to an Existing Contact
Touch the "Main Menu" soft key, or use the directional keys on your phone to select the "Main Menu" option.
Touch or select the "Contacts" option. Scroll through your contact list and select an existing contact to whom you want to add a number. Touch or select the "Edit" option.
Touch or select one of the blank number fields, such as Mobile 1 or Work. Use the keypad to enter the appropriate number into the field. Edit the contact name in the same manner if desired. Touch or select "Save" to save the new number under the existing contact.
Please press the key below the word MENU, using the right arrow key got to CONTACTS and then press the key below the word OK. Go to NEW CONTACTS then press OK. Using the keypad enter the name of the contact you wish to save. Ang using the down arrow key go to field where you wish to add contact information.Anf again using the keypad enter the required information. Once you have finished filling out information just press the key below the word OPTIONS. SAVE will be highlighted press OK. To exit just press the red PWR/END key.
Hope this helps. Please if it works.
On the front keypad, press the ok button until you have the option to select contact list. Scroll down that list until you see keyguard settings. Press ok to enter keyguard settings and then go to option 2 - unlock options. Select two step unlock. This will force the user to press "ok" and then "clr" in order to dial out. This has resolved the problem for me...Good luck.
I just called Verizon about the keyguard being too easy to unlock and they were clueless. But here's a solution: As above, using the OUTSIDE keypad, click OK, go down to keyguard settings (number 6), then hit unlock options (number 2). This gives you the option of using a one step unlock process (hitting the OK key) or a two step (hitting the OK then the Clear). I think it is still too easy to accidently answer the phone but at least this will cut down on the dialing.