LG MD05196041 LG-W150 W150 Gold Watch User Guide PDF

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Summary of Content for LG MD05196041 LG-W150 W150 Gold Watch User Guide PDF

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User Guide

Some contents and illustrations may differ from your device depending on the region, service provider, software version, or OS version, and are subject to change without prior notice...

Always use genuine LG accessories... The supplied items are designed only for this device and may not be compatible with other devices...

This device is not suitable for people who have a visual impairment due to the touchscreen...

Copyright 2015 LG Electronics, Inc... All rights reserved... LG and the LG logo are registered trademarks of LG Group and its related entities... All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners...

Google, Google Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Hangouts and Play Store are trademarks of Google, Inc...

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Table of contents

Safety information ... 4

Getting to know your watch ... 14 Watch layout ... 14 Charging the watch ... 16 Charging mode ... 18 If the screen freezes ... 18 Turning the watch on and off ... 19 Connecting to another mobile device ... 19 Touch screen tips ... 20 Wearing the watch ... 21 Heart Rate Sensor ... 22

Connecting the watch to a mobile device ... 23

Before pairing ... 23 How to pair your watch ... 24 After pairing... 24

How to use your watch ... 25 Start on your watch face (where you see the time) ... 25 Quickly dim the screen ... 25 Changing the watch face ... 25 Notification cards ... 26 Block notifications ... 27 Call notifications ... 28 Change when notifications arrive ... 28 See your remaining battery or the date ... 29 Turn your screen off temporarily with Theater mode ... 29

Boost the screen brightness temporarily 30 Access the Settings menu ... 30 Manage storage... 30

Tasks using Voice command ... 31 Change the apps you use for voice actions ... 32 Take or view a note... 32 Set a reminder ... 33 Show me my steps ... 33 Show me my heart rate ... 33 Send a text ... 34 Email ... 35 Agenda ... 36 Navigate ... 36 Set a timer ... 36 Use the stopwatch ... 37 Set an alarm ... 37 See current alarms ... 38

Using apps ... 39 Downloading other apps ... 39 Making a call ... 39 Use Google Fit app ... 40

Settings ... 41 Launching the Settings menu ... 41 Adjusting display brightness ... 41 Change your watch face ... 41 Change the font size ... 41 Wrist Gestures ... 42

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Wi-Fi settings ... 42 Bluetooth devices ... 42 Setting the screen always on ... 42 Airplane mode ... 43 Accessibility ... 43 Factory reset ... 43 Restart ... 44 Screen lock ... 44 Power off ... 44 About ... 44

About this user guide ... 45 About this user guide ... 45 Trademarks ... 46

Accessories ... 47

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Before turning on your product, review the basic safety information provided here...

General safety & handling While using your product, be aware of the following common-sense guidelines... Your environment

Safe operating temperatures... Use and store your product in temperatures between 0C/32F and 40C/104F... Exposing your product to extremely low or high temperatures may result in damage, malfunction, or even explosion...

While driving... When driving a car, driving is your first responsibility... Using a mobile device or accessory for a call or other application while driving may cause distraction... Keep your eyes on the road...

Around explosives... Do not use in areas where sparks from the product might cause a fire or explosion...

On airplanes... Observe all rules and instructions for use of electronic devices... Most airlines allow electronic use only between and not during takeoffs and landings... There are three main types of airport security devices: X-ray machines (used on items placed on conveyor belts), magnetic detectors (used on people walking through security checks), and magnetic wands (hand-held devices used on people or individual items)... You can pass your product through airport X-ray machines... But do not send it through airport magnetic detectors or expose it to magnetic wands...

Always follow any special regulations in a given area... Turn your device off in areas where use is forbidden or when it may cause interference or danger...

Changing the wrist straps to metal straps might cause Bluetooth/Wi-Fi connectivity problem...

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Safety tips WARNING: The charging cradle contains strong magnets that may interfere with pacemakers, credit cards, watches, and other magnet-sensitive objects... To avoid damaging your product and reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, explosion, or other hazards, observe these common-sense precautions:

Use only with cables, chargers, and other accessories approved by LG... Do not drop, strike, or shake your product... Do not damage the power cord by bending, twisting, pulling, heating, or placing heavy items on it...

This product is equipped with a USB cable for connecting to a desktop or notebook computer or to the charger... Be sure your computer is properly grounded before connecting your product to the computer... The power supply cord of a desktop or notebook computer has an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug... The plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and ordinances...

Do not attempt to repair or modify or remanufacture the product... It is equipped with an internal rechargeable battery, which should be replaced only by LG or an authorized LG repair center...

Do not open, disassemble, crush, bend or deform, puncture, or shred the product... Do not insert foreign objects into the product... Do not place the product in a microwave oven... Do not expose the product to fire, explosion, or other hazards... Clean with a soft, damp cloth... Don't use harsh chemicals (such as alcohol, benzene, or thinners) or detergents to clean your product...

Dispose of your product and battery separately from household waste and in accordance with local regulations...

Like many electronic devices, your product generates heat during normal operation... Extremely prolonged, direct skin contact in the absence of adequate ventilation may result in discomfort or minor burns... Therefore, use care when handling your product during or immediately after operation...

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If you have a problem with using the product, please stop using it and consult with the authorised LG Electronics customer service center...

Do not immerse or expose the product to water or other liquids...

Pedometer, Sleep, Exercise, and Heart rate are not intended to treat or diagnose any medical condition, and should be used for leisure, well-being and fitness purposes only...

Heart rate readings can be affected by measurement conditions and your surroundings... Make sure you are seated and relaxed before reading your heart rate...

This product is water and dust-resistant according to the IP67 Rating, which tests submersion in water at up to one metre for up to 30 minutes... Not shockproof... The case must be completely closed...

Heart rate readings may be affected by skin condition, measurement conditions and your surroundings...

Never look directly at the light of the heart rate sensor as this may damage your eyesight...

If your device becomes hot, remove it until it cools down... Exposing skin to the hot surface for a long period of time may cause skin burn...

The Heart rate feature is only intended for measuring your heart rate and must not be used for any other purposes...

Battery warnings Do not disassemble or open crush, bend or deform, puncture or shred... Do not modify or remanufacture, attempt to insert foreign objects into the battery, immerse or expose to water or other liquids, expose to fire, explosion or other hazard...

Make sure that no sharp-edged items, such as animals teeth or nails, come into contact with the battery... This could cause a fire...

Only use the battery for the system for which it is specified Only use the battery with a charging system that has been qualified with the system per CTIA Certification Requirements for Battery System Compliance to

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IEEE1725... Use of an unqualified battery or charger may present a risk of fire, explosion, leakage, or other hazard...

Do not short circuit a battery or allow metallic conductive objects to contact battery terminals...

Replace the battery only with another battery that has been qualified with the system per this standard, IEEE-Std-1725... Use of an unqualified battery may present a risk of fire, explosion, leakage or other hazard... Only authorized service providers shall replace battery (If the battery is non-user replaceable)

Battery usage by children should be supervised... Avoid dropping the phone or battery... If the phone or battery is dropped, especially on a hard surface, and the user suspects damage, take it to a service center for inspection...

Improper battery use may result in a fire, explosion or other hazard... Always unplug the charger from the wall socket after the product is fully charged to save unnecessary power consumption of the charger...

There is risk of explosion if the battery is replaced with an incorrect type...

To dispose of the battery properly, call 1-800-822-8837 or visit www... call2recycle... org

WARNING Notice for Battery replacement For your safety, do not remove the battery incorporated in the product... If you

need to replace the battery, take it to the nearest authorized LG Electronics service point or dealer for assistance...

Li-Ion Battery is a hazardous component which can cause injury... Battery replacement by non-qualified professional can cause damage to your

device...

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Notes on water resistant properties This product is water and dust resistant in compliance with the Ingress Protection rating IP67*... * The IP67 rating means that the product will maintain its operability even if it is gently submerged in a tank of still tap water at room temperature for about 30minutes, up to a depth of 1 meter...

Avoid exposing the product to environments with excessive dusts or moisture... Do not use the product in the following environments...

SALT SOAP

Do not immerse the product in any liquid chemicals (soap, etc... ) other than water...

SALT SOAPDo not immerse the product in salt water, such as sea water... SALT

SOAP

Do not immerse the product in hot spring...

SALT SOAP

Do not swim wearing this product...

SALT SOAP

Do not use the product underwater... SALT SOAP

Do not place the product directly on sand (such as at a beach) or mud...

Once the product gets wet, water may remain in gaps of the main unit... Shake the product well to drain water...

Even after water is drained, the inner parts might be still wet... Although you can use the product, do not place it near things that must not get wet... Take care not to wet your clothes, bag or contents of the bag...

Drain water if the voice activation does not work properly due to water remaining in the microphone...

Do not use the product in places where it may be sprayed with high-pressure water (e... g... near a faucet or shower head) or submerge it in water for extended periods of time, as the product is not designed to withstand high water pressure...

This product is not resistant to shock... Do not drop the product or subject it to

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shock... Doing so might damage or deform the main unit causing water leak...

Pacemakers and other medical devices Persons with pacemakers should:

ALWAYS keep the product more than six (6) inches from their pacemaker when the product is turned ON...

Not carry the product in a breast pocket... Use the wrist opposite the pacemaker to minimize the potential for RF interference... Turn the product OFF immediately if there is any indication that interference is taking place...

If you use any other personal medical device, consult your physician or the manufacturer of your device to determine if it is adequately shielded from external RF energy...

Tips for using Bluetooth and Wi-Fi on your watch When connecting your product to other mobile devices, the devices must be positioned close to each other... If not, it may cause abnormal operation or noise, depending on the use environment...

In an open space, the Bluetooth communication range usually spans approximately 10m... This range may vary depending on the use environment...

Do not place obstacles between your product and connected devices... Outgoing/ incoming signal can weaken due to user's body, walls, corners or obstacles... Use where there is no obstacle...

When using a Wi-Fi connection on the watch, your watch can get notifications from your phone or tablet even if Bluetooth is unavailable...

Your watch will search and connect to the nearest Wi-Fi network based on the Wi-Fi list registered on your phone...

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Tips for the display screen Do not display non-moving images for an extended period... This may cause image burn-in or stains on the screen...

Applications that display the same screen for more than 10 minutes are not recommended because the potential screen damage is not covered by the warranty...

Exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy In August 1996, the U... S... Federal Communications Commission (FCC), with its action in Report and Order FCC 96-326, adopted an updated safety standard for human exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) electromagnetic energy emitted by FCC-regulated transmitters... The design of this product complies with the FCC guidelines and these international standards...

Body-worn(Wrist) and Next-to-Mouth operation (U... S and Canada) This device was tested for typical bodyworn(Wrist) operations with the back of the device kept 0 inches (0cm) between the users body(Wrist) and the back of the device... And this device was tested for typical Next-to-Mouth(Face) operations with the front of the device kept 0... 39 inches (1cm) between the users mouth(Face) and the front of the device... To comply with FCC/IC RF exposure requirements, a minimum separation distance of 0... 39 inches (1cm) must be maintained between the users mouth(Face) and the front of the device... Any accessories containing metallic components may not be used...

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Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) values Your product is a radio transmitter and receiver... It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U... S... Government... The standards include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health... The exposure standard for wireless products employs a unit of measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR... In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for wrist watch used by the public is 1... 6 watts/kg (W/ kg) averaged over one gram of tissue or 4... 0 watts/kg (W/kg) averaged over ten gram of tissue... Tests for SAR are conducted using standard operating positions specified by the FCC with the product transmitting at its highest certified power level in all tested frequency bands... Although SAR is determined at the highest certified power level, the actual SAR level of the product during operation can be well below the maximum value... Because the product is designed to operate at multiple power levels and to use only the power required to reach the network, in general, the closer you are to a wireless base station antenna, the lower the power output... The highest SAR value for this model product when tested for use at Next-to- Mouth(Face) is 0... 15 W/kg(1g) and for body-worn(Wrist) is 0... 51 W/kg(10g)... While there may be differences between SAR levels of various phones and at various positions, they all meet the government requirement for safe exposure... The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this model product with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in compliance with the FCC RF emission guidelines... SAR information on this model product is on file with the FCC and can be found under the Display Grant section of http://transition... fcc... gov/oet/ea/fccid/ after searching on FCC ID ZNFW150...

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Additional information on Specific Absorption Rates (SAR) can be found on the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association (CTIA) website at http:// www... ctia... org/... * Product meets current FCC & IC Radio Frequency Exposure Guidelines FCC ID : ZNFW150 IC ID : 2703C-W150

US/Canada declarations of conformity (Part15... 105 statement) This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules... These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation... This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference with radio communications... However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation... If this equipment does cause harmful interference or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, you can try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna... Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver... Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which

the receiver is connected... Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help... Part 15... 21 statement: Change or Modifications that are not expressly approved by the manufacturer could void the users authority to operate the equipment... Part 15... 19 statement (U... S... ) and RSS General Requirement (CANADA): This device complies with part 15 of FCC rules and Industry Canada license- exempt RSS standards... Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference... (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference

that may cause undesired operation...

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Open Source Software Notice Information To obtain the source code under GPL, LGPL, MPL, and other open source licenses, that is contained in this product, please visit http://opensource... lge... com... In addition to the source code, all referred license terms, warranty disclaimers and copyright notices are available for download... LG Electronics will also provide open source code to you on CD-ROM for a charge covering the cost of performing such distribution (such as the cost of media, shipping, and handling) upon email request to [email protected] com... This offer is valid for three (3) years from the date on which you purchased the product...

Regulatory information 1 Press and hold the Power Key until the apps list appears... 2 Tap Settings > About > Regulatory information to get regulatory

information...

HOW TO UPDATE YOUR DEVICE Access to latest firmware releases, new software functions and improvements... 1 Press and hold the Power Key until the apps list appears... 2 Tap Settings > About > System updates on your device...

WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm... Wash hands after handling...

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Getting to know your watch

Watch layout

Power Key

Note: The touch screen must not come into contact with any other electrical devices... Electrostatic discharges can result in the touch screen malfunctioning...

Power Key

While the screen is off: Press and hold for a few seconds to turn it on until LG logo appears... If the screen freezes: Press and hold over 10 seconds to restart the watch until LG logo

appears... When the device is idle: Press once quickly to wake the screen and turn it off... Press twice quickly to turn the Theater mode on and off... Press three times quickly to turn the Brightness boost mode on...

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Charging Terminals

Heart rate Sensor

Warning Do not close or push the hole located at the bottom of the device with a sharp object... Doing so may cause your device to work improperly...

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Charging the watch Before you use the watch for the first time, you should charge the battery... Use the charging cradle included with the watch to charge the device's battery... You can also charge the device's battery using a computer... Simply connect the computer to the charging cradle using the USB cable included with the watch...

Note: When the battery power is getting low, the battery icon is displayed as empty... If the battery charge is completely empty, the watch cannot be turned on immediately after connecting the charger... Leave an empty battery to charge for a few minutes before turning the device on... Some features are not available while the battery is charging...

Cautions to be taken regarding the corrosion of charging terminals Exposing to sweat or other foreign material during the use of the product may cause corrosion at the terminals while charging it... To prevent this, wipe the product with a cloth before charging...

1 Locate the charging terminals on both the watch and the charging cradle...

Charging terminals

Note: The charging cradle is designed to only be used with the watch and not be compatible with other devices...

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2 Plug the small end of the USB cable provided into the charging cradle's USB port...

3 Place the watch on the charging cradle and make sure that the charging terminals are aligned with each other...

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4 Connect the charging cradle to a power outlet... If your watch is turned off, it will turn on automatically...

5 Once the watch battery is fully charged, disconnect the device from the charging cradle...

Note: The touch screen may not function if the power to the watch is unstable

while charging... The watch may become warm while charging... This is normal... If the battery

becomes hotter than usual, disconnect the charger...

Charging mode After the initial set up, you will see a charging screen shown as below while charging... Check the percent of remaining battery and time... Swipe right to return to the watch face...

Charging level Time Battery percentage

If the screen freezes If the device freezes up and stops working, press and hold the Power Key for over 10 seconds until the screen turns the LG logo is displayed...

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Turning the watch on and off Turning the watch on Turn the watch on by pressing and holding the Power Key (on the right-hand side of the device) for a few seconds... The screen lights up and the LG Logo is displayed...

Power Key

Turning the watch off 1 Press and hold the Power Key until the apps list appears... 2 Tap Settings > Power off... 3 When prompted with the message Power off: Are you sure?, tap ...

Connecting to another mobile device If you want to connect your watch to another device, you must reset your device...

Reset your watch This setting resets your watchs settings to their factory default values and deletes all of your data... 1 Press and hold the Power Key until the apps list appears... 2 Tap Settings > Factory reset... You are prompted to confirm... 3 Tap ...

Your watch connects to one mobile device at a time...

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Factory reset erases all data from your watch's memory... After completion, it is ready to connect to another mobile device...

Touch screen tips Here are some tips on how to navigate on your watch...

Tap or touch A single finger tap selects items, links, shortcuts and letters on the on-screen keyboard...

Touch and hold Touch and hold an item on the screen by tapping it and not lifting your finger until an action occurs...

Swipe or slide To swipe or slide, quickly move your finger across the surface of the screen, without pausing when you first tap it...

Tap or touch Touch and hold Swipe or slide

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Wearing the watch Cautions for Water resistance Your watch has undergone testing in a controlled environment and is proven to be water and dust resistant in certain circumstances (meets the requirements of classification IP67 as described by the international standard IEC 60529 - Degrees of Protection provided by Enclosures [IP Code]; test conditions: 15C/59 F ~ 35 C/95F, 86 - 106 kPa, 1 meter (approximately 3 feet), for 30 minutes)... Despite this classification, your device is not fully resistant to water damage...

The watch must not be immersed in water deeper than 3 feet (approximately 1 meter) and kept submerged for longer than 30 minutes...

The device must not be exposed to water at high pressure, such as ocean waves or a waterfall...

Should your watch or your hands become wet, dry them thoroughly before handling the device...

The device must not be exposed to salt water, ionised water or soapy water... The watch's water and dust resistant features may be damaged by dropping or

receiving an impact... If the watch gets wet, use a clean, soft cloth to dry it thoroughly... The touch screen and other features may not work properly if the device is used

in water or any other liquid... If the watch has been immersed in water or if the microphone or speaker

has gotten wet, in-call sound quality may be affected... Wipe the microphone or speaker with a dry cloth to ensure it is clean and dry...

Cautions before wearing the leather strap The LG Watch Urbanes stitched leather strap is thick enough to meet high

quality standard... Before wearing the leather strap, please bend it back and forth a few times... This will help you feel more comfortable when wearing it...

Depending on the user's skin condition, the watch may cause unintended allergic reactions on the skin it's in contact with...

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Heart Rate Sensor Wear your watch on your wrist correctly before measuring the heart rate...

Heart Rate Sensor

NOTES: Loose fitting or too much movement may cause inaccurate measurements... Never look directly at the heart rate sensor light as this may damage your

eyesight... When heart rate readings are inaccurate, retake your heart rate measurements

by putting your watch on the inside of one of your wrists...

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Before pairing Before pairing, please do the following on the phone or tablet... 1 Make sure that the Android version on your phone or tablet is Android 4... 3 or higher and supports Bluetooth... To find out whether your phone or tablet supports Android Wear, visit http://g... co/

WearCheck from your phone or tablet... If your phone or tablet is not Android 4... 3, or later, please check with your manufacturer for a possible software update...

2 Make sure your phone or tablet is next to your watch... 3 On your phone or tablet, download the Android Wear app from the Play Store

app and install it... Check that the Android Wear app is installed and updated to the latest version on your phone or tablet...

4 Make sure your phone or tablet is connected to mobile data or Wi-Fi... You need a data connection to set up your watch for the first time...

5 Keep the watch connected to power during setup...

NOTES: Depending on the software installed on your watch, your watch may

automatically download and install an update... Depending on the network condition, the setup process might take over 20

minutes...

Connecting the watch to a mobile device

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How to pair your watch 1 Turn on the watch and swipe the welcome screen left to begin... 2 Tap a language... 3 Connect your watch to a power source and swipe left to continue...

Tip: If the battery is less than 20%, charge your watch first before proceeding the next step...

4 Swipe left following the on-screen instruction until the watch code is displayed... 5 Open the Android Wear app on your phone or tablet... Turn Bluetooth on during setup, if it isnt already on...

6 On your phone or tablet, youll see a list of nearby devices... Tap your watchs code... 7 Youll see a pairing code on your phone or tablet and watch... Check that the codes match...

8 Tap Pair on your phone or tablet to start pairing... 9 Youll see a confirmation message on your watch once it is paired... This can take a few minutes, so please wait a while...

10 Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the initial setup...

After pairing To have the best Android Wear experience, we recommend turning on Google Now and Location Services... Go to Google settings or Settings, if they arent already on...

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Start on your watch face (where you see the time) Start by waking up your watch... If your watchs screen is dimmed, you can wake up the watch by:

Touching the screen... Turning your wrist so your watch face is upright... Pressing the Power Key on the watch...

Quickly dim the screen Press your palm onto the screen until it vibrates... This will dim the watch face...

Changing the watch face 1 Touch and hold anywhere on the watch face for a few seconds... 2 Swipe the screen right or left to browse designs, then tap to choose one...

Tip: * You can also change and download the watch face through the Android Wear app...

How to use your watch

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Notification cards Most notifications you see on your phone will also show up on your watch... These include notifications for missed calls, texts, event reminders, and more... Notifications are displayed in the form of cards at the bottom of the watch face...

Card previews Swipe down on the card to hide it...

Swipe up to see more cards...

Swipe down to return to the home screen...

Swipe left for more details &

options...

Swipe right to dismiss the card...

To view cards, swipe up from the bottom of your screen... Tap a card to see more info... To see more cards, keep swiping up from the bottom of the screen...

To remove a card, swipe from left to right... Once you're done looking at a card, you can get rid of it... If you remove a card on your watch, the same card or notification will be dismissed on your phone...

To see more details, swipe the card from right to left... Some cards provide more details or have actions you can take...

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To bring a card back After the card has been dismissed, swipe down from the top of your watchs screen and tap the Undo button ... Youll have a few seconds to get the card back... If youve swiped away the last card in your stream, youll need to swipe up from the bottom of the screen to see the Undo button...

Block notifications If you get notifications on your phone that you dont want to see on your watch, you can stop specific apps from showing up on your watch...

Block apps from your watch 1 On your watch, go to a card... 2 Swipe from right to left until you see ... 3 Tap > to confirm...

Block apps using the Android Wear app on your phone 1 On your phone, open the Android Wear app... 2 Tap > Tap your watch's name if you have multiple devices > Block app

notifications > ... 3 Select the app you want to block...

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Call notifications You can get instant call notifications alert when your phone receives an incoming call... The notification displays caller's number or the contacts on your phone and allows you to accept or decline the call...

NOTE: Your watch can only get a notification... Use the phone paired to your watch to answer the call...

Swipe right to reject a call

Incoming call notification

Swipe left to answer a call

Change when notifications arrive You can change what notifications show up on your watch and when... To change interruption settings, swipe down from the top of your watchs screen... You'll see interruptions options, then tap to select None, Priority only, or Show all... : Touch to turn off all interruptions... : Touch to only allow priority interruptions... : Touch to allow all interruptions...

NOTE: Some content may differ from your device depending on the OS version...

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See your remaining battery or the date Swipe down from the top of the screen...

Battery remaining Date

NOTE: Some content may differ from your device depending on the OS version...

Turn your screen off temporarily with Theater mode You can turn off your watchs screen so the display doesnt light up and notifications dont appear...

Press the Power Key twice quickly... OR 1 If your screen is dim, touch the screen to wake up the watch... 2 Swipe down from the top of the screen... Swipe from right to left until you see

Theater mode ... Tap the icon to turn it on...

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Boost the screen brightness temporarily You can turn up the brightness temporarily if youre outdoors in a sunny spot... The extra brightness will last for a few seconds and turn off automatically...

Press the Power Key three times quickly... OR 1 If your screen is dim, touch the screen to wake up the watch... 2 Swipe down from the top of the screen... Swipe from right to left until you see

Brightness Boost ... Tap the icon to turn it on...

Access the Settings menu 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 Tap anywhere on the background of the screen and swipe up to Settings menu... OR Swipe down from the top of the screen, and swipe left until Settings menu appears, then tap Settings ...

Manage storage Through the Android Wear app on your phone, you can see:

How much storage space is available Total storage space on your watch Apps or services that are using your watchs storage

To see the storage details: 1 Make sure your watch is connected to your phone... 2 On your phone, open the Android Wear app ... 3 Tap > Tap your watch's name if you have multiple devices > Watch storage...

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You can see a menu of simple tasks on your watch, and anything in this list can also be said aloud... Just say Ok Google or swipe the home screen to the left until you see the Speak now option and say your command or question... For example, once youre on the Speak now menu you can touch Start stopwatch... To do the same thing with your voice, just say Ok Google, start stopwatch from most screens...

NOTE: Some voice actions are not available in all languages and countries...

Follow these steps to start using your voice on your watch: 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 From the watch face, say Ok Google... You will see the Speak now prompt... 3 Say your command or ask your question...

Opening a feature using touch: 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 Tap anywhere on the background of the screen... 3 Swipe left until you see the Speak now prompt... 4 Swipe down to choose the task you want...

Tip: Youll see recently used apps at the top of the list of things you can do...

Tasks using Voice command

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Change the apps you use for voice actions You can set which apps you use for different voice actions... For example, you can change the app you use for setting alarms or for sending messages... 1 On your phone, open the Android Wear app... 2 On the bottom half of the screen, a list of actions will be displayed... 3 Scroll and tap an action... You can choose from available apps...

Tip: You can also download apps that work with Android Wear from the Play Store ...

Take or view a note You can speak to your watch to create a note or view existing notes using QuickMemo+ or Android apps like Google Keep... 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 From the watch face, say Ok Google or touch anywhere on the background of the screen, then swipe left... You will see the Speak now prompt...

3 Say "Take a note"... 4 Speak your note when prompted... (eg... "Try the new restaurant on Main Street")... Your note will automatically save after a few seconds... Touch the X if you want to cancel...

5 If you try this feature for the first time, related apps on phone will appear on watch (Ex... Google Keep, QuickMemo+)... Select the app you want to use, then the selected app will be shown from the next time as default...

NOTE: If you installed QuickMemo+ or Google Keep on your phone: The app changes the words you speak into text... When you have finished

speaking, your text note is saved to QuickMemo+ or Google Keep on your mobile device...

View and edit your notes by opening the app on your mobile device...

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Set a reminder You can speak to your watch to set a reminder... Once you set a reminder, youll see a card when your reminder goes off... 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 From the watch face, say Ok Google or touch anywhere on the background of the screen, then swipe left... You will see the Speak now prompt...

3 Say "Remind me"... 4 Complete your reminder when prompted... Your reminder will automatically save after a few seconds... Touch the X if you want to cancel...

Show me my steps With this feature you can view a count of the steps you have taken today and review a log of your steps taken over the last week, as measured by the Fit app... 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 From the watch face, say Ok Google or touch anywhere on the background of the screen, then swipe left... You will see the Speak now prompt...

3 Say "Show me my steps"... You will see your step count, progress to your fitness goal and a bar chart of your daily step counts...

4 View a list of your daily step totals by swiping up across the screen...

Show me my heart rate You can use the Heart Rate app to measure and record your current heart rate...

NOTE: The device's heart rate measurement feature is not to be used for clinical or medical diagnosis... Follow the guidelines in Wearing the watch and Ensuring accurate measurements to make sure your heart rate measurements are accurate...

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Ensuring accurate measurements Heart rate readings may be inaccurate depending on the conditions and surroundings... Follow these steps for more accurate heart rate readings:

Never measure your heart rate after smoking or consuming alcohol... Smoking and/ or consuming alcohol can affect your heart rate...

Never take heart rate measurements at low temperatures... Or keep yourself warm when you measure your heart rate...

Users with thin wrists may find their heart rate measurements are inaccurate...

Measuring heart rate 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 From the watch face, say Ok Google or touch anywhere on the background of the screen, then swipe left... You will see the Speak now prompt...

3 Say "Show me my heart rate"... 4 If you try this feature first time, you have to select Google Fit or LG Pulse... Select the app you want to use, then the selected app will be shown from the next time as a default...

5 Your watch will start measuring your heart rate... After a short period of time, you will see your heart rate on the screen along with your heart rate measurements history...

6 Take another measurement by tapping Check again...

Send a text This feature enables you to use your watch to dictate text messages to contacts stored on your mobile device... You can also reply to received text messages which appear in text message cards...

Sending a message 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 From the watch face, say Ok Google or touch anywhere on the background of the screen, then swipe left... You will see the Speak now prompt...

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3 Say "Send a text"... 4 The To whom? screen will be displayed... You will see the Speak now prompt... Say the name of the contact you want to send a text message to, then select the contact you want when the contact's list appears...

5 You will be prompted to say the message you want to send... Say your messages or insert emoticons...

6 Your message will send automatically...

Replying to a message You will see cards if you get message notifications on your phone... Swipe from right to left until Reply appears... Tap Reply, then say your message...

Email Your watch can be used to write emails as well as read emails received on your mobile device... 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 From the watch face, say Ok Google or touch anywhere on the background of the screen, then swipe left... You will see the Speak now prompt...

3 Say "Email"... 4 The To whom? screen will be displayed... You will see the Speak now prompt... 5 Say the name of the contact you want to send an email to, then select the contact you want when the contact's list appears...

6 You will be prompted to say the message you want to send... 7 Your message will send automatically...

Checking emails on your phone Return to reading your emails on your watch, then swipe the message card from right to left and tap Open on phone...

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Replying to an email When you swipe from right to left you can take different actions, such as archive or reply... Tap Reply and say your message... Your message will send automatically...

Deleting email messages Swipe the message card from right to left and tap Delete...

Agenda You can view events scheduled on your mobile device's calendar using your watch... 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 From the watch face, say Ok Google or touch anywhere on the background of the screen, then swipe left... You will see the Speak now prompt...

3 Say "Agenda"... You will see a list of your scheduled events... 4 View the details of an event by tapping the event...

Navigate You can find your way to a selected destination using the watch... 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 From the watch face, say Ok Google or touch anywhere on the background of the screen, then swipe left... You will see the Speak now prompt...

3 Say "Navigate", followed by the location...

Set a timer The watch can be used as a countdown timer... Once you set a timer, youll have a new card with the countdown... 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 From the watch face, say Ok Google or touch anywhere on the background of the

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screen, thenswipe left... You will see the Speak now prompt... 3 Say "Set a timer"... 4 Swipe through the available durations and start the timer by tapping the desired duration... Start or resume the countdown by tapping ... Pause the timer by tapping ...

To dismiss timer: When your timer goes off, dismiss by swiping from left to right on your screen...

Use the stopwatch Measure how much time has passed with the Stopwatch app... 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 From the watch face, say Ok Google or touch anywhere on the background of the screen, then swipe left... You will see the Speak now prompt...

3 Say "Start stopwatch"... 4 Tap to start...

Set an alarm Multiple alarms can be set on your watch... Your watch and phone alarms are separate... 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 From the watch face, say Ok Google or touch anywhere on the background of the screen, then swipe left... You will see the Speak now prompt...

3 Say "Set an alarm"... 4 Find the desired alarm time by swiping up or down... 5 Tap to set if the alarm will repeat... 6 Tap to save the alarm...

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When an alarm goes off, your watch will vibrate and display a card...

Snooze Drag from right to left...

Turn off Drag from left to right...

See current alarms 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 From the watch face, say Ok Google or touch anywhere on the background of the screen, then swipe left... You will see the Speak now prompt...

3 Say "Show alarms"... You will see a list of the alarms that you have set on your watch...

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The apps list provides a list of the applications which are included on the watch...

To get to the apps installed on your watch: 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 Touch anywhere on the background of the screen to open applications list...

Downloading other apps You can see a list of recommended apps in the Play Store ... Open the Android Wear app to download more apps on your phone...

Making a call Your watch can display the dialpad so you can dial a number... 1 Press and hold the Power Key until the apps list appears, then tap Call ... 2 Swipe up until the dialer appears... 3 Enter the phone numbers, then tap ... Your phone will make a call with the number you've entered on you watch...

Tip: You can also make a call from the Recent list and Favorites list...

Touch and hold to enter the plus ( + ) symbol to dial an international number...

Tap here to delete incorrect number...

Tap to dial the number that you entered...

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NOTE: This feature may be available after a software update planned for May 2015...

Use Google Fit app The Fit app lets you count your steps, view how far you have walked... You can also see your heart rate measurements... By installing the Google Fit app on the phone that your Android Wear watch is paired with, you'll be able to sync the data between the two devices and enjoy all of Fit's features... Press and hold the Power Key until the apps list appears, then tap Fit ... Swipe left to see details...

See an estimate of how many steps you've taken today You can speak or use the menu to your watch to see an estimate of how many steps you've taken... Say "OK Google"... When you see the Speak now prompt, say "Show me my steps" (See Show me my steps section for more information)... OR Open the Fit app...

Check your heart rate You can speak or use the menu to check your heart rate... Say "OK Google"... When you see the Speak now prompt, say "Show me my heart rate" (See Show me my heart rate section for more information)... OR 1 Open the Fit app and swipe left until the Heart rate appears... 2 Swipe down to see the heart rate measurements history or tap to measure the heart rate...

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Launching the Settings menu 1 If your screen is dim, tap the screen to wake up the watch... 2 Tap anywhere on the background of the screen and swipe up to Settings... OR Swipe down the top of the screen, and swipe left until Settings menu appears, then tap Settings ...

Adjusting display brightness The brightness of the watch display can be altered on the device itself... 1 From the Settings menu, tap Adjust brightness... 2 Choose a brightness level by touching an option...

Change your watch face You can change the design of your watch face in a few ways: touch and hold the background of your watchs screen, through the Android Wear app on your phone, or through Settings menu on your watch... 1 From the Settings menu, tap Change watch face... 2 Swipe right and left to browse designs... If you scroll all the way to the left, youll see your recent watch faces...

3 Tap to choose a new design...

Change the font size You can set the size of the font displayed in the watch... 1 From the Settings menu, tap Font size...

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2 Choose a size level by touching an option...

Wrist Gestures You can use motion gestures to awake or dim the watch screen... Turn your wrist so your watch face is upright...

From the Settings menu, tap Wrist Gestures to turn on or off...

Wi-Fi settings If Wi-Fi is set to automatic mode, you can sync your watch and phone even when Bluetooth is not available... Wi-Fi is turned on automatically when Bluetooth is disconnected... When using a Wi-Fi connection on the watch, your watch can get notifications from your phone or tablet even if Bluetooth is unavailable... Your watch will search and connect to the nearest Wi-Fi network based on the Wi-Fi list registered on your phone...

From the Settings menu, tap Wi-Fi settings to set automatic or off...

Bluetooth devices It automatically searches for Bluetooth devices within range... You can also disconnect your watch's Bluetooth connection currently connected...

From the Settings menu tap Bluetooth devices...

Setting the screen always on You can set the screen to show the time or turn off completely when you're not using the watch... If set to turn off, the screen will turn on when you tilt it or cover the screen...

From the Settings menu, tap Always-on screen to turn on or off... On: A dimmed watch face is shown when your watch is idle...

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Off: The watch screen darkens when idle...

Airplane mode When Airplane mode is on, you can use still many of the features on your watch, such as Heart Rate, when you are on an airplane or anywhere where sending or receiving data is prohibited...

Important! When in Airplane Mode, your watch cannot access information stored on your mobile device... You should also enable the Airplane mode on your mobile device...

From the Settings menu, tap Airplane mode and select to enable or disable the feature...

Accessibility From the Settings menu, tap Accessibility > Magnification gestures to enable magnification to zoom in and out with triple tap...

Factory reset This setting resets your watchs settings to their factory default values and deletes all of your data... 1 Tap Settings > Factory reset... You are prompted to confirm... 2 Tap ...

Your watch connects to one mobile device at a time... Factory reset erases all data from your watch's memory... After completion, it is ready to connect to another mobile device...

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Restart This setting restarts your watch... 1 From the Settings menu, tap Restart... You will see a prompt where you must confirm you want to restart your watch...

2 Tap to restart your watch... OR Press and hold the Power Key for over 10 seconds... Your watch turns off and turns back on...

Screen lock Tap to set a screen lock... A pattern you draw with your finger unlocks the screen...

Power off 1 From the Settings menu, tap Power off... 2 When prompted with the message Power off: Are you sure?, tap ...

About Information about your watch is displayed here... You can view the Model, Device name, Software version, Serial number, Build number, Connection and Battery information... The following options are also available...

From the Settings menu, tap About... System updates: This makes sure the latest software is loaded on your watch... Regulatory information: Displays regulatory information... Legal notices: Instructs you to see your mobile device for legal notices...

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About this user guide You must read this manual carefully before using your device... This will ensure safe and correct use of your product...

Some of the images and screenshots which appear in this guide may differ from those on your product...

There may be discrepancies between your content and the final product, or software supplied by service providers or operators... This content may be subject to change without prior notice... Visit the LG website at www... lg... com to obtain the latest version of this manual...

The applications on your product, and their functions, may vary according to country, region or hardware specifications... LG will not be responsible for any performance issues which arise from using applications developed by providers other than LG...

LG will not be responsible for performance or incompatibility issues which arise from edited registry settings or modified operating system software... Any attempt to customizes your operating system may lead to the device or its applications not working correctly...

The software, audio, wallpaper, images and other media which are supplied along with your device are licensed for limited use... Extracting and using these materials for commercial or other purposes may be an infringement of copyright laws... As a user, be aware that you are fully and entirely responsible for any illegal use of media...

Data services, such as messaging, uploading and downloading, auto-syncing or using location services, may incur additional charges... Ensure you select a suitable data plan for your needs to avoid additional charges... Contact your service provider for further details...

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Trademarks LG and the LG logo are registered trademarks of LG Electronics... All other trademarks and copyrights are the property of their respective owners...

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These accessories are available for use with the your device... (Items described below may be optional... )

Travel adaptor

Quick Start Guide

USB cable

Charging Cradle

NOTE: Always use genuine LG accessories... The supplied items are designed only

for this device and may not be compatible with other devices... The items supplied with the device and any available accessories may vary

depending on the region or service provider...

Accessories

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