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LG Chocolate Touch - Verizon Wireless Support

LG Chocolate Touch- Bluetooth Car Kit Support for Verizon Wireless Subscribers OEM LOGO Notes: "Do not Remove" 1. If you do not see a specific auto manufacture listed for the desired VZW handset, please check with that auto manufacturer for compatibility information. 2. Information regarding Bluetooth(R) capabilities for the cars listed below has been provided by the handset manufacturer, and has not been independently verified by Verizon Wireless. Device Model # Identify HW/SW Release HW: Enter HW version SW: Enter SW version Functionality Car Model (List all models tested) If not listed, the OEM should enter additional car manufactures and BT kits they have verified performance against. If a car manufacturer uses multiple car kits, list them on separate rows. Yes = Supported N/A = Functionality not supported by the Car Kit and/or Device over Bluetooth C/I = Functionality internal to the Car Kit only. Handset functionality is not utilized. Pending = Pending Test Verification...

LG Chocolate® TOUCH - Usage Guidelines

LG Chocolate® TOUCH - Usage Guidelines Confidential and proprietary material for authorized Verizon Wireless personnel only. Use, disclosure or distribution of this material is not permitted to any unauthorized persons or third parties except by written agreement. How The Name Is To Be Written The name of the product is: “Chocolate® TOUCH”. “Chocolate®” is a LG trademark registered. We will use “®” It is not “TM” It is not a Verizon Wireless registered trademark. The Model number should not be used. The ® is used after Chocolate, because that is a registered trademark. Always cap “C” lower case “hocolate” and superscripted “®” and all caps “TOUCH” in text – all the same font size. Use a space between “Chocolate®” and the “TOUCH” in regular text LG Chocolate® TOUCH Please contact Steve Goulden if you have questions: email Steve.Goulden@verizonwireless.com phone: 908 559 8340 Confidential and proprietary material for authorized Verizon Wireless personnel only. Use, disclosure or distribution of this material is not permitted to any unauthorized persons or third parties except by written agreement. Use In Context of LG & Verizon Wireless Brand Names The “®” need only be used once per article/ad Always use “Chocolate ® TOUCH” in context of Verizon Wireless and LG – “The LG Chocolate® TOUCH is exclusive to Verizon Wireless” – “LG Chocolate® TOUCH” (on a page/ad that includes a Verizon Wireless logo) – Subsequently it can be the “Chocolate TOUCH” in an article, or on the same page, without recurring reference to either brand. When used in the text of a sentence, Chocolate TOUCH should ideally be set off from any surrounding text with the use of bold font. Please contact Steve Goulden if you have questions: email Steve.Goulden@verizonwireless.com phone: 908 559 8340 Confidential and proprietary material for authorized Verizon Wireless personnel only. Use, disclosure or distribution of this material is not permitted to any unauthorized persons or third parties except by written agreement. What Not to Do Description ChocolateTM TOUCH LG Chocolate® TOUCH Please contact Steve Goulden if you have questions about naming: email Steve.Goulden@verizonwireless.com phone: 908 559 8340 Confidential and proprietary material for authorized Verizon Wireless personnel only. Use, disclosure or distribution of this material is not permitted to any unauthorized persons or third parties except by written agreement...

Installing LG Chocolate Touch VX-8575 Side Buttons

Installing LG Chocolate Touch VX-8575 Side Buttons SUMMARY This guide shows how to remove the five side buttons (camera, speaker, volume, music, and lock/unlock) on the LG Chocolate Touch VX-8575. Be prepared to handle and keep track of very small pieces, including 3.5mm screws. Installing LG Chocolate Touch VX-8575 Side Buttons Step 1 — Battery Using your thumb, apply pressure to the back cover while sliding it down and off. Lift and remove the back cover. Step 2 Locate the battery. It is the large black rectangle with the LG logo, a model number, and battery information. Using your thumb or thumbnail, insert a thumb into the crescent indent just below the battery and apply pressure to the battery, pushing up and away from the phone. It will come out easily. Installing LG Chocolate Touch VX-8575 Side Buttons Step 3 — Front Cover Leave the phone screen down on a table and locate the six 3.5mm Phillips screws around the edges of the back of the phone. There are four in each corner and two half way up on the sides. Use a Phillips #00 screwdriver to unscrew all six 3.5mm Phillips screws. Installing LG Chocolate Touch VX-8575 Side Buttons Step 4 In the next step, be gentle with the plastic back case when prying it away from the phone because it is attached with adhesives on the bottom side of the phone. If you try to force the back case off, you may crack it. Use a plastic opener tool to gently pry off the back case by sliding it in between the back case and the main body of the phone and loosening it around the edges. Be patient, it may take several tries to remove the back case successfully. After pulling off the black back case of the phone, you should now see the logic board and other internal components. Step 5 With the phone still face down, locate the speaker button on the right-hand side of the phone and the camera button on the left-hand side of the phone. To remove each button, simply slide it away from the phone, out of its groove. Installing LG Chocolate Touch VX-8575 Side Buttons Step 6 Leave the phone face down and locate the two 3.5mm Phillips screws near the bottom corners of the phone. They are indicated by red circles in the first picture provided in this step. Use a Phillips #00 screwdriver to unscrew these two 3.5mm Phillips screws. Step 7 You will see three wires attached to the logic board. Locate the two on the right edge, as well as the one on the bottom edge. They will all have flat rectangular tops. Carefully unclip all three of these wires with your fingernail as pictured. Do not try to remove the logic board. If you try to remove it, you will rip out wires that are soldered to the main body of...

• USER GUIDE PROFESSIONAL MICROPHONE iPod

MIKEY • USER GUIDE iPod PROFESSIONAL MICROPHONE Check out the Quick Start Guide to start recording immediately. For more info on how to get the best results from Mikey, check out How to Use Mikey on page 10. NOTES ON RECORDING APPS Mikey is made for: Working with the audio application experts at Audiofile Engineering, Blue has developed its own recording software app, Blue FiRe, specifically tailored to bring the most out of your Mikey. You can find it available for free download in the App Store. Blue FiRe for Mikey provides CD-quality stereo recording capabilities along with basic file management capabilities and simple touch-screen editing for the iPod Touch. • iPod touch (1st, 2nd, and 3rd generation) • iPod nano (2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th generation) • iPod classic • iPod (5th generation) The iPod touch allows you to expand Mikey’s capabilities with a wide range of new recording apps, all available for download from the App Store. Note that there are many recording applications available, and all should properly address and record with Mikey. However, some programs may hinder Mikey’s capabilities (like the built in Voice Recorder app, which only records only low quality, mono audio), so be sure to download and use Blue FiRe so your recordings will have all the quality they deserve. You can also check out Blue’s Mikey web page for a more complete listing of available recording apps and their capabilities. QUICK START GUIDE • iPod touch (Blue FiRe) • Connect Mikey to the bottom of the iPod touch, with the Blue logo facing up (the same direction as your iPod touch Screen). • Select the “Blue FiRe” application from the iPod touch home screen. • Once the Blue FiRe application has loaded, you can select your desired settings by pressing the “Settings” icon located at the bottom of the screen. Within the settings menu, you can select the desired sample rate, recording length, timing display options, as well as set time markers within your recordings. NOTE: Blue Microphones recommends using the “High” recording quality setting for best results with Mikey, providing stereo, CD-quality recording. • After you have selected your desired settings, press the “Transport” icon to return to the Transport screen to begin recording. • To begin your recording, simply press the red “Record” icon in the Transport screen. To stop recording, press the red “Stop” icon. Your recording will save automatically, and can be accessed and edited from the “Recordings” menu within Blue FiRe. Press the “Recordings” icon at the top of the screen to access the list of your recordings. •To name your recording, or obtain general information about your recording, press the “Info” icon. From the Info menu, you can obtain length and recording size information, name the recording, add location information, or add a reference photo to your recording. • Once you have finished recording, you can use the FTP upload feature within the Blue FiRe application. For more information regarding Blue FiRe, select the About tab in the Recordings menu, or visit: http://www.audiofile-engineering.com/support/helpdesk/index.php?pg=kb.book&id=40 QUICK START GUIDE • iPod (built in Voice Memos) • Connect Mikey to the bottom of the iPod, with the Blue logo facing up (the same direction as your iPod Screen). The Voice Memos option will be enabled when Mikey is fully connected. For iPod classic, iPod 5th generation, iPod nano 4th generation and iPod nano 3rd generation, Voice Memos can be accessed from the Main Menu. For iPod nano 2nd generation, go to Extras>Voice Memos. • Using the iPod menu controls, select Voice Memos. • Select the desired recording quality by highlighting and selecting the Quality option on the iPod. • Choose the appropriate audio sensitivity setting with the Sensitivity Selector on Mikey. For a detailed guide on choosing a sensitivity setting for Mikey, refer to the How to Use Mikey section on page 10...

POLAR WEARLINK+ TRANSMITTER NIKE+
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POLAR WEARLINK+ TRANSMITTER NIKE+ User Manual ENGLISH Polar WearLink® Transmitter Nike+ This user manual contains instructions for the Polar WearLink transmitter Nike+. The heart rate sensor is compatible with Nike + iPod, Nike+ SportBand and Polar training computers using GymLink technology, such as FT80, FT60, RS300X, and CS400. For detailed list of compatible products, go to www.polar.com. The latest version of this user manual can be downloaded at www.polar.com/support. For video tutorials, go to www.polar.com/support/video_tutorials. Register your Polar product at http://register.polar.fi to ensure we can keep improving our products and services to better meet your needs. Please follow the pictures on the front cover. Tie the strap around your chest, just below the chest muscles, and attach the hook to the other end of the strap. Picture B3. Check that the moist electrode areas are firmly against your skin and that the Polar logo of the connector is in a central and upright position. Picture B4. Detach the connector from the strap and rinse the strap under running water after every use. See detailed washing instructions in the Caring for Your Heart Rate Sensor section. Linking the Heart Rate Sensor with Nike + iPod Nike + iPod -compatible heart rate sensors are sold separately from the Nike + iPod Sport Kit and the Nike + iPod sensor. Nike + iPod compatible heart rate sensors can be used with iPod nano (5th generation or newer). Before using the heart rate sensor for the first time, you must link it to your iPod nano receiver: iPod nano (5th generation or newer): Connect your Nike + iPod receiver to your iPod nano, choose Nike + iPod > Settings > Heart Rate Monitor > Link, and follow the on-screen instructions. Unlinking the heart rate sensor: iPod nano: Choose Nike + iPod > Settings > Heart Rate Monitor > Unlink, and follow the on-screen instructions. Linking the Heart Rate Sensor with Nike+SportBand Nike+ SportBand -compatible heart rate sensors are sold separately from the Nike SportBand. Before using the heart rate sensor for the first time, you must link it to your Nike+ SportBand:...

Volkswagen teams up with the Chiefs - Ebbett

Volkswagen teams up with the Chiefs Chiefs fans will be lining means you can fit a pallet up for the latest Chiefs sideways on the back tray, accessory, the Volkswagen and five blokes in the cab.Amarok Chiefs Limited Along with impressive Edition. The Chiefs Amarok performance, the Amarok was unveiled under the Double Cab Highline is lights at Waikato Stadium the first Double Cab 4WD before round 6 of the ute in the New Zealand Investec Super Rugby market to receive a 5-star Chiefs vs Highlanders.ANCAP safety rating. The Volkswagen Amarok Throw in the limited Chiefs Limited Edition edition pack and the is a partnership between Chiefs Amarok really the Investec Super Rugby starts to stand out; 20” franchise and long time or 22’’ alloys with Chiefs Chiefs sponsor Hamilton centre caps, piano black based Ebbett Volkswagen. dash highlight, hard lid The highly specified The latest Chiefs recruit: the Volkswagen Amarok Chiefs Limited Edition rolls out ahead of round 6 of the with gloss black sports Chiefs Limited Edition Investec Super Rugby Chiefs vs Highlanders. bar, tray liner with Chiefs vehicle is the perfect blend Chiefs co-captain Liam Messam Diesel engines coupled with either embossed logo, gloss black of world class Volkswagen design thinks the initiative is brilliant. a 6 speed manual transmission or side running boards, unique Chiefs and Chiefs branding. Appropriately, “To have an iconic Chiefs vehicle an innovative 8 speed automatic vehicle badges with fade out on 15 vehicles only will be built, each available on the market is just transmission, including the Twin lower vehicle sides, Chiefs Limited uniquely numbered. incredible - it looks unreal and I Turbo TDI which thumps out an Edition Amarok on registration It is the first initiative of this can’t wait to drive one,” said Liam. impressive 420Nms of torque from paperwork, navigation and reversing kind for Volkswagen and one “On behalf of the Chiefs I would like 1,500 rpm, making towing a cinch. camera with Chiefs logo on start up that local dealer Walter van den to thank Walter and the Volkswagen Its highly fuel-efficient engine of stereo and a personalised Chiefs Engel from Ebbett Volkswagen team for producing such an technology, combined with an gift pack. The Volkswagen Amarok in Hamilton is excited to bring to impressive looking vehicle.” 80-litre fuel tank means you can go Chiefs Limited Edition is available Chiefs country. “As a dealership we The Volkswagen Amarok Double up to 1,000 kms between fuel stops. in black or white. are excited to be involved with the Cab is an impressive vehicle in It also boasts the largest load The toughest question for Chiefs Chiefs; and to be able to produce a its own right. Available in a range area, the widest platform, and the fans will be,what number – or limited edition vehicle for the fans is very special,” said Mr van den Engel. of reliable, hi-performance TDI roomiest cabin in the market, which should I say position – should I pick?...

nüvi® 2407/2408/2507/2508 Series
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• nüvi 2407/2408/2507/2508 Series ® All rights reserved. Under the copyright laws, this manual may not be copied, in whole or in part, without the written consent of Garmin. Garmin reserves the right to change or improve its products and to make changes in the content of this manual without obligation to notify any person or organization of such changes or improvements. Go to www.garmin.com for current updates and supplemental information concerning the use of this product. Garmin®, nüvi®, and the Garmin logo are trademarks of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries, registered in the USA and other countries. These trademarks may not be used without the express permission of Garmin. BaseCamp™, HomePort™, MapSource®, myGarmin™, ecoRoute™, myTrends™, trafficTrends™, nüMaps Guarantee™, and nüMaps Lifetime™ are trademarks of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries. These trademarks may not be used without the express permission of Garmin. The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc., and any use of such name by Garmin is under license. microSD™ and the microSDHC logo are trademarks of SD-3C, LLC. Windows®, Windows Vista®, and Windows XP® are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. Mac® is a trademark of Apple Inc. HD Radio™ and the HD logo are trademarks of iBiquity Digital Corporation. HD Radio Technology manufactured under license from iBiquity Digital Corporation. U.S. and foreign patents. Getting Started WARNING See the Important Safety and Product Information guide in the product box for product warnings and other important information. Connecting the Device to Vehicle Power WARNING This product contains a lithium-ion battery. To prevent the possibility of personal injury or product damage caused by battery exposure to extreme heat, store the device out of direct sunlight. LM: This model includes a nüMaps Lifetime™ subscription, which provides quarterly map updates for the useful life of your device. For terms and conditions go to www.garmin.com/us/maps/numaps_lifetime. LMT: This model includes a nüMaps Lifetime subscription, lifetime traffic subscription, and a traffic receiver. Activating Lifetime Maps 1 Go to www.garmin.com/express. 2 Follow the on-screen instructions. NOTE: If you register the device, you can receive e-mail notifications when a map update is available. Entering and Exiting Sleep Mode Before you use your device on battery power, you should charge it. 1 Plug the vehicle power cable À into the USB port on the device. You can use sleep mode to conserve battery power when your device is not in use. While in sleep mode, your device uses very little power and can wake instantly for use. TIP: You can save power by putting the device in sleep mode while charging the battery...

nüvi® 500 series
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• nüvi 500 series owner’s manual © 2008 Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries Garmin International, Inc. 1200 East 151st Street, Olathe, Kansas 66062, USA Tel. (913) 397.8200 or (800) 800.1020 All rights reserved. Except as expressly provided herein, no part of this manual may be reproduced, copied, transmitted, disseminated, downloaded or stored in any storage medium, for any purpose without the express prior written consent of Garmin. Garmin hereby grants permission to download a single copy of this manual onto a hard drive or other electronic storage medium to be viewed and to print one copy of this manual or of any revision hereto, provided that such electronic or printed copy of this manual must contain the complete text of this copyright notice and provided further that any unauthorized commercial distribution of this manual or any revision hereto is strictly prohibited. Information in this document is subject to change without notice. Garmin reserves the right to change or improve its products and to make changes in the content without obligation to notify any person or organization of such changes or improvements. Visit the Garmin Web site (www.garmin.com) for current updates and supplemental information concerning the use and operation of this and other Garmin products. Garmin®, nüvi®, MapSource®, BlueChart®, Garmin TourGuide®, and TracBack® are trademarks of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries, registered in the USA and other August 2008 countries. Garmin Lock™, myGarmin™, and g2 Vision™ are trademarks of Garmin Ltd. or its subsidiaries. These trademarks may not be used without the express permission of Garmin. microSD™ is a trademark of the SD Card Association. Microsoft, MSN, the MSN logo, Windows, and Windows NT are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Mac® is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. SaversGuide® is a registered trademark of Entertainment Publications, Inc. The Wherigo logo is a trademark of Groundspeak in the United States and other countries. Used with permission. Use of geocaching. com data is subject to the Geocaching.com Terms of Use Agreement located at http://www.geocaching. com/about/termsofuse.aspx. The Bluetooth® word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Garmin is under license. Other trademarks and trade names are those of their respective owners...

Consumer Products Packaging Design - Wright Design

Consumer Products Packaging Design The Design Process and Some Basic Tips Package design for a new consumer product is as important as the product inside. This article will present a brief roadmap for designing the package for optimum effectiveness. Ideally the package designer will be a professional with strong consumer products experience. Except for the product itself, there is nothing more important to a product’s success than having a hardworking, truly sales generating package. If the package is not designed right, the trade will never buy the product and the consumer will never try it. The first section of this article reviews a typical Design Process. The second section offers some basic Packaging Design Tips. The Design Process Packaging Design - Preparation Here’s a typical Design Process. It is important to use a step by step organized approach to develop packaging design. Among other things, it helps to define which steps are client responsibilities and which are responsibilities of the design firm. 1. The first step in the process is for the client to describe the assignment to the design firm, assemble all relevant information and materials, list product benefits and key points in their priority of importance and clarify any mandatories. A “mandatory” is something that is required for the category or company. A “category” example would be the legal way a product should be described. A “company” example could be that the company president doesn’t like the color red. That means that the designer won’t use red! 2. The second step is for the design firm to prepare a proposal for the client. The proposal should include the designer’s understanding of the assignment and responsibilities, and how the designer plans to execute the assignment, spelling out deliverables, timetables and costs for each module or phase in the process. 3. The third is the most important step in the design process and it has nothing to do with graphics. The client and/or the design firm must develop a Communications Strategy that includes a strong USP - Unique Selling Proposition - (sometimes referred to as a Brand Positioning or the Brand Essence) as well as specific design direction for the specific project. The USP gives the trade and consumer a clear understanding of what makes your product different and better than your competition. There is nothing more important to the designer than to have a clear, powerful Brand Positioning to execute. The Design Process Packaging Design - Preparation A Brand Positioning Formula Unique or Preemptive* What is different about your product or service? In what ways is your offering different from your competition? Relevant Among those things that are different about your product or service, what differences are relevant? What is the most important unique attribute to your prospect target market? Believable Is your claim (your product/service difference) believable to your target prospect? Is it reasonable to think that your company can produce/offer this product or service? Performable Can you prove your claim? Does your product or service perform as claimed? * For lack of uniqueness, consider preemptive. Among the most important category benefits of your product or service, which one is not now being claimed by the competition and is, therefore, possible for you to preempt? The Design Process Packaging Design - Brand Identity For a new product, the next step in the Packaging Design Process is to create a graphic identity or logo...

From the Garden to the Classroom - UC Davis Center for Nutrition in ...

Garden Nutrition Matters! Early Childhood Education Curriculum Module II: From the Garden to the Classroom Hands-on garden experience engages your child and teaches patience, responsibility and the pleasure of work. Understanding how food is grown inspires curiosity and expands a child’s willingness to try new foods. Nutrition Matters! Early Childhood Education Curriculum Module II: From the Garden to the Classroom Introduction From the Garden to the Table reinforces nutrition education using the garden as a laboratory for learning. The garden provides opportunities for children to discover fresh fruits and vegetables, make healthier food choices, and become better nourished1. The garden is an innovative teaching tool that incorporates hands-on activities that allow children to learn by doing.From the Garden to the Table is an excellent way to teach children about food origins, nutrition, and healthy eating behaviors.The curriculum uses a combination of indoor-outdoor gardeningexperiences,to engage children in exploration and inquiry. Children are actively involved in planting, maintaining and harvesting edible plants and witnesstheir life-cycle from seed to harvest.From the Garden to the Table activities areorganizedsequentially.Indoor classroom activities reinforce concepts learned in the outdoor garden. The indoor and outdoor sessions should be implemented at the same time.From the Garden to the Table reinforces the experi indoor and outdoor classroom environments are dynamic extensions of one another. They are wonderful settings for nutrition-gardening learning to takeplace. F rom t he G arden t o t he T able A combination of indoor and outdoor gardening builds understanding and reinforces concepts. Children learn while making discoveries, experimenting, and connecting their indoor and outdoor experiences.The outdoor garden provides many opportunities for young children to direct their own learning by sharing their experiences, processing their ideas and connecting those ideas to the real world. Gardening is an appropriate experiential learning tool to teach math, reading, appropriate food choice and exercise. Nutrition Matters! Early Childhood Education Curriculum M aking a Commitment t o Have a Garden Module II: From the Garden to the Classroom Throughout this module, we will refer to the outdoor garden as the Surprise Garden and the indoor as the Picture Garden.From the Garden to the Table is divided into six sessions:From the Garden to the Table requires teachers to commit to having an outdoor garden. A variety of plants can be grown in a small plot of land with some support from parents.Tips for Sustaining the Garden Create a Garden Logo. This is a way to identify the garden program and a great opportunity for the rest of the school to support the garden. Also, it is an opportunity to solicit funds and support from the local community.Make a Sign. Children will have an opportunity to talk to others about their garden every time someone sees the sign in the school. Often vandalism can be prevented when neighbors read “Children’s Garden”.Write a Garden Corner in the School Newsletter. Have a garden corner in the newsletter and use it to report successes, recruit volunteers, and seek donations. Be sure to include the time and place for volunteers meet.On-going Recruitment for Volunteers. Recruit parent volunteers at every event at the school. Post signs and offer orientation classes throughout the year. Establish Roles for Volunteers. Most people are really busy, but might have some free time to volunteer in the garden if they know what they are committing to. Define the roles for the volunteers. Create a list of specific jobs. Request Donations. Solicit donations from businesses, parents, and relatives. Use the garden logo and personal messages from the children. Look for Funding Opportunities. Always be alert for small grants and apply. An internet search is a good place to start...

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