User’s Guide for Nokia 6600
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Contents
For your safety............................. 9
1. General information.............. 12
Standby mode................................... 12
Indicators related to actions ............. 13
Data connection indicators................ 14
Menu ................................................... 14
Rearranging the Menu ........................ 15
Switching between applications ...... 15
Options lists.......................................
Help .....................................................
Navigation bar - moving
horizontally .......................................
Actions common to all
applications .......................................
Volume control.................................
15
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Loudspeaker............................................ 18
Headset mode ........................................ 18
3. Personal information ............. 27
Contacts.............................................. 27
Creating contact cards ........................
Copying contacts between the SIM
card and phone memory .....................
Editing contact cards...........................
Viewing a contact card .......................
Managing contact groups ..................
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Calendar.............................................. 32
Creating calendar entries ................... 32
Setting calendar alarms ...................... 35
To-do.................................................... 35
Importing data from compatible
Nokia phones ..................................... 36
4. Multimedia ............................. 37
Camera ................................................ 37
Taking pictures....................................... 37
Keyguard ............................................ 18
Shared memory ................................ 19
Viewing images................................. 40
2. Your phone ............................ 20
Making a call .................................... 20
Video recorder ................................... 41
Making a call using the Contacts
directory ..................................................
Calling your voice mailbox.................
Speed dialling a phone number........
Making a conference call ...................
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Answering a call............................... 22
Options during a call ........................... 22
Call waiting (network service) .......... 23
Settings for call diverting................... 23
Log - Call register and
general log......................................... 24
Recent calls register.............................
Call duration...........................................
GPRS data counter ...............................
Viewing the general log......................
Zooming on a saved image ................ 41
Keyboard shortcuts............................... 41
Recording a video clip ......................... 42
Setting up your Video recorder......... 42
RealOne Player™ ............................... 43
Playing media files ............................... 43
Changing the settings ......................... 44
Gallery.................................................. 44
Opening files ..........................................
Other default folders............................
Downloading files .................................
Uploading images to an image
server (network service) ......................
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5. Messaging .............................. 48
Messaging - General
information........................................ 49
Opening a received message ............. 49
Adding a recipient to a message...... 50
Sending options..................................... 50
Writing text....................................... 50
Using traditional text input ...............
Using predictive text input ................
Copying text...........................................
Editing options ......................................
50
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54
Creating and sending new
messages ............................................ 54
Writing and sending text
messages ................................................. 55
Multimedia messages .......................... 56
E-mail....................................................... 58
Inbox - receiving messages .......... 60
Options in different message
viewers.....................................................
Viewing multimedia messages in
Inbox.........................................................
Receiving configuration messages...
Service messages
(network service)...................................
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My folders ......................................... 63
Remote mailbox
(network service).............................. 63
Opening the mailbox ...........................
Retrieving e-mail messages
from the mailbox ..................................
Opening e-mail messages ..................
Disconnecting from mailbox .............
Viewing e-mail attachments .............
Deleting e-mail messages ..................
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Outbox ................................................ 68
Viewing messages on a SIM
card...................................................... 68
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Cell broadcast (network service).. 69
Service command editor................. 69
Messaging settings .......................... 69
Settings for text messages.................
Settings for multimedia messages...
Settings for e-mail ...............................
Settings for service messages ...........
Settings for Cell broadcast.................
Settings for the Other folder .............
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6. Tools........................................ 75
Settings ............................................... 75
Changing general settings..................
Phone settings .......................................
Call settings............................................
Connection settings .............................
Date and time ........................................
Security....................................................
Call barring (network service) ...........
Network ...................................................
Enhancement settings .........................
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File manager ...................................... 88
Receiving files via Infrared................. 88
Viewing memory consumption ......... 88
Voice commands............................... 89
Adding a voice command to an
application .............................................. 90
Starting an application using a
voice command ..................................... 90
Replaying, erasing, or changing a
voice command ..................................... 91
7. Personalisation....................... 92
Profiles................................................. 92
Changing the profile ............................ 92
Customising profiles ............................ 92
Themes................................................. 93
Editing themes....................................... 94
Go to .................................................... 95
Adding shortcuts................................... 95
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8. Extras ..................................... 97
Wallet ................................................ 97
Entering the wallet code .................... 97
Storing personal card details............. 98
Creating personal notes...................... 98
Creating a wallet profile..................... 98
Retrieving information from
wallet to your browser ........................ 99
Viewing ticket details .......................... 99
Wallet settings .................................... 100
Resetting the wallet and
wallet code ........................................... 100
Calculator......................................... 100
Converter.......................................... 101
Converting units.................................. 101
Setting a base currency and
exchange rates .................................... 101
Notes ................................................. 102
Clock.................................................. 102
Changing clock settings.................... 102
Setting an alarm ................................. 102
Recorder ........................................... 103
Games ............................................... 103
Memory card................................... 103
Format memory card..........................
Backing up and restoring
information...........................................
Memory card password.....................
Checking memory consumption .....
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9. Services and Applications... 106
Services (Mobile browser) ........... 106
Basic steps for accessing ..................
Setting up the phone for the
browser service....................................
Making a connection .........................
Viewing bookmarks ............................
Browsing................................................
Downloading ........................................
Ending a connection ..........................
Browser settings..................................
Application manager .................... 112
Installing applications - general
information........................................... 113
Removing an application.................. 114
10. Connectivity ...................... 116
Bluetooth connection .................. 116
Activating Bluetooth application
for the first time.................................. 117
Bluetooth settings .............................. 117
Sending data via Bluetooth ............. 117
Paired devices view ............................ 119
Receiving data via Bluetooth .......... 120
Closing the Bluetooth connection . 120
Infrared connection ...................... 121
Sending and receiving data via
infrared .................................................. 121
Connection manager .................... 122
Viewing connection details.............. 122
Ending connections ............................ 123
Connecting your phone to a
compatible computer ................... 123
Using the CD-ROM ............................. 123
Using your phone as a modem........ 123
Sync - remote synchronisation . 124
Creating a new synchronisation
profile ..................................................... 124
Synchronising data............................. 125
11. Troubleshooting ................ 126
Q&A................................................... 127
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12. Battery information.......... 130
Charging and Discharging .......... 130
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13. Enhancement .................... 131
Battery.............................................. 132
Wireless Headset HDW-2............ 132
Wireless Clip-on Headset
HS-3W.............................................. 132
Boom Headset HDB-5 .................. 133
Wireless Car Kit CK-1W............... 133
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Memory Unit DTS-128 .................
Nokia Image Viewer SU-2...........
Nokia Digital Pen SU-1B .............
Travel Charger ACP-12.................
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14. Care and maintenance ...... 135
15. Important safety
information .............................. 136
Index .......................................... 140
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For your safety
For your safety
Read these simple guidelines. Breaking
the rules may be dangerous or illegal.
Further detailed information is given in
this manual.
USE SENSIBLY
Use only in the normal
position. Don't touch the
antenna unnecessarily.
Do not switch the phone on
when wireless phone use is
prohibited or when it may
cause interference or danger.
QUALIFIED SERVICE
ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST
ENHANCEMENTS AND
BATTERIES
Don't use a hand-held phone
while driving.
INTERFERENCE
All wireless phones may get
interference, which could
affect performance.
SWITCH OFF IN HOSPITALS
Follow any regulations or
rules. Switch the phone off
near medical equipment.
SWITCH OFF IN AIRCRAFT
Wireless devices can cause
interference in aircraft.
SWITCH OFF WHEN
REFUELLING
Don't use the phone at a
refuelling point. Don't use
near fuel or chemicals.
SWITCH OFF NEAR BLASTING
Don't use the phone where
blasting is in progress.
Observe restrictions, and
follow any regulations or
rules.
Only qualified personnel may
install or repair phone
equipment.
Use only approved
enhancements and batteries.
Do not connect incompatible
products.
WATER-RESISTANCE
Your phone is not waterresistant. Keep it dry.
BACKUP COPIES
Remember to make backup
copies of all important data.
CONNECTING TO OTHER
DEVICES
When connecting to any other
device, read its user's guide
for detailed safety
instructions. Do not connect
incompatible products.
CALLING
Ensure the phone is switched
on and in service. Enter the
phone number, including the
area code, then press . To
end a call, press . To answer
a call, press .
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For your safety
EMERGENCY CALLS
Ensure the phone is switched
on and in service. Press as
many times as needed (e.g. to
exit a call, to exit a menu, etc.)
to clear the display. Enter the
emergency number, then press
. Give your location. Do not
end the call until told to do so.
When using the features in this device,
obey all laws and honour privacy and
legitimate rights of others.
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For your safety
Network services
The wireless phone described in this guide is approved for use on the EGSM 900 and
GSM 1800 and 1900 networks.
A number of features included in this guide are called network services. These are
special services that you arrange through your wireless service provider. Before you can
take advantage of any of these network services, you must subscribe to them through
your service provider and obtain instructions for their use from your service provider.
This phone supports WAP 2.0 protocols (HTTP and SSL) that run on TCP/IP protocols.
Some features of this phone, such as MMS, browsing, e-mail, remote SyncML, and
content downloading via browser or over MMS, require network support for these
technologies.
Note: Some networks may not support all language-dependent characters
and/or services.
Chargers and enhancements
WARNING! Use only batteries, chargers and enhancements approved by the
phone manufacturer 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.
Note: Check the model number of any charger before use with this device.
This device is intended for use when supplied with power from ACP-12 and
LCH-12.
For availability of approved enhancements, please check with your dealer.
When you disconnect the power cord of any enhancement, grasp and pull the plug, not
the cord.
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General information
1. General information
Your Nokia 6600 provides various
functions that are handy for daily
use, such as Camera, Video recorder,
Messaging, E-mail, Wallet, Clock,
Calculator, and Calendar.
WARNING! All of the
features in this device, other
than the alarm clock require
the phone to be switched on
to use the features. Do not
switch the device on when
wireless phone use may
cause interference or
danger.
Stickers in the sales package
• The stickers included on the
warranty card, in the sales
package, contain important
information for service and
customer support purposes. The
sales package also includes
instructions on how you should
use these stickers.
■ Standby mode
The indicators described below are
shown when the phone is ready for
use, with no characters keyed in. In
this state, the phone is in ‘standby
mode’.
A Shows the signal strength of the
cellular network at your current
location. The higher the bar, the
stronger the signal. The antenna
symbol is replaced with the GPRS
symbol when GPRS connection
has been set to When available and
a connection is available in the
network or in the current cell. See
”Packet data (General Packet Radio
Service, GPRS)” on page 78. See
”GPRS” on page 82.
B Shows an analogue or a digital
clock. See ”Date and time” on page
83.
C Indicates in which cellular network
the phone is currently being used.
D Shows the battery charge level.
The higher the bar, the more power
left in the battery.
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E Navigation bar: shows the
currently active profile. If the
selected profile is General, the
current date is displayed instead of
the profile name. See ”Navigation
bar - moving horizontally” on page
16.
F Shows the current shortcuts
assigned for the selection keys
and
.
G Background image: You can select
any image to be used as a
background image in standby mode.
See ”Themes” on page 93.
Note: Your phone has a
screen saver. If there are no
actions for one minute, the
display is cleared and a
screen saver becomes
visible. To deactivate the
screen saver, press any key.
See ”Themes” on page 93.
Indicators related to actions
One or more of the following icons
may be shown when the phone is in
standby mode:
- Indicates that you have
received new messages to the Inbox
in Messaging. If the indicator is
blinking, the phone memory is low
and you must delete some data. See
”Memory low” on page 126.
- Indicates that you have
received new e-mail.
- Indicates that you have
received one or several voice
messages. See ”Calling your voice
mailbox” on page 21.
- Indicates that there are
messages waiting to be sent in
Outbox. See ”Messaging - General
information” on page 49.
- Shown when Ringing type has
been set to Silent, Message alert
tone to Off, and Chat alert tone to
Off in the currently active profile.
- Indicates that the phone’s
keypad is locked. See the Getting
Started guide.
- Indicates that you have an
active alarm.
- Indicates that Bluetooth is
active. When data is transmitted via
Bluetooth,
is shown.
- Indicates that all calls to the
phone are diverted.
- Indicates
that all calls to the phone are
diverted to a voice mailbox. See
”Settings for call diverting” on page
23. If you have two phone lines, the
divert indicator for the first line is
and for the second line
.
See ”Line in use (network service)”
on page 77.
- Indicates that you can make
calls using phone line 2 only
(network service). See ”Line in use
(network service)” on page 77.
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Data connection indicators
• When an application is
establishing a data connection,
one of the indicators below blinks
in standby mode.
• When an indicator is shown
continuously, the connection is
active.
for a data call,
speed data call.
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3
1
for a high
The GPRS symbol is shown
instead of the antenna symbol
when there is an active GPRS
connection. when there are
multiple GPRS connections, and
for when the GPRS connection is put
on hold during voice calls.
for a fax call,
for a Bluetooth connection, and
for an infrared connection.
■ Menu
• Press (Menu key) to
display the main Menu.
In the Menu, you can access all
the applications in your phone.
Options in the Menu: Open,
List view / Grid view, Move, Move to
folder, New folder, App. downloads,
Memory details, Help and Exit.
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Moving in the Menu
• Move the joystick up
, down
, left
and right
(shown with blue arrows 1 to 4)
to navigate the Menu.
2
4
Opening applications or folders
• Scroll to an application or a
folder and press the centre of the
joystick
(shown with blue
arrow 5) to open it.
Closing applications
• Backstep by pressing Back or
Exit as many times as needed to
return to standby mode or select
Options → Exit.
If you press and hold , the phone
returns to standby mode and the
application is left open in the
background.
Note: Pressing will always
end a call, even if another
application is active and
displayed.
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When you switch the phone off
correctly, using the Power key, the
phone will attempt to save any
unsaved data and close any
applications that are still open.
Hence the process may take a short
time.
open. Scroll to an application and
press
to go to it.
Rearranging the Menu
You can rearrange the Menu icons as
required. You can place more rarely
used applications in folders and
move applications that you use more
often from a folder to the main
Menu. You can also create new
folders.
1. Scroll to the item you want to
move and select Options →
Move. A check mark is placed
beside the application.
2. Move the selection where you
want the application to be and
press OK.
Switching between
applications
If you have several applications open
and want to switch from one
application to another, press and
hold (Menu key). The application
switching window opens showing a
list of applications that are currently
Note: If memory is getting
low, the phone may close
some applications. The
phone saves any unsaved
data before an application is
closed.
■ Options lists
Options: These lists tell you
which commands are
available in different views
and situations.
Note: The available
commands change
depending on the view you
are in.
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■ Help
Your Nokia phone has a help
function that you can access from
any application that has the Options
selection, and can be accessed using
the
key. You can also access the
help function from the main menu.
■ Navigation bar moving horizontally
In the navigation bar, you can see:
• small arrows or tabs that tell you
if there are more views, folders,
or files you can move to.
• editing indicators. See ”Writing
text” on page 50.
• other information, for example,
2/14 means that the current
picture is the second of 14
pictures in the folder. Press
to see the next picture.
■ Actions common to all
applications
• Opening items for viewing When you are viewing a list of
files or folders, to open an item,
scroll to an item and press
, or
select Options → Open.
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• Editing items - To open an item
for editing, you sometimes need
to first open it for viewing and
then select Options → Edit, if
you want to change its contents.
Use the joystick to scroll through
all fields of the item.
• Renaming items - To give a new
name to a file or folder, scroll to it
and select Options → Rename.
• Removing, deleting items Scroll to the item and select
Options → Delete or press . To
delete many items at a time, you
first need to mark them. See the
next paragraph: ‘Marking an
item’.
• Marking an item - There are
several ways to select items
when you are in a list.
• To select one item at a time,
scroll to it and select Options
→ Mark/Unmark → Mark or
press
and
at the same
time. A check mark is placed
next to the item.
• To select all items in the list,
select Options → Mark/
Unmark → Mark all.
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• Marking multiple items Press and hold
, then move
the joystick down or up. As
the selection moves, a check
mark is placed next to the
items. To end the selection,
stop the scrolling with the
joystick and then release
.
After you have selected all the
items you want, you can move
or delete them by selecting
Options → Move to folder or
Delete.
• To unmark an item, scroll to it
and select Options → Mark/
Unmark → Unmark or press
and
at the same time.
• Creating folders - To create a
new folder, select Options →
New folder. You are asked to give
a name to the folder (max. 35
letters).
• Moving items to a folder - To
move items to a folder or
between folders, select Options
→ Move to folder (not shown if
there are no folders available).
When you select Move to folder,
a list of available folders opens
and you can also see the root
level of the application (for
moving an item out of a folder).
Select the location you want the
item to be moved to and press
OK.
• Sending items - To send items, to
compatible devices, scroll to the
item that you want to send,
select Options → Send. Select
the method, the choices are Via
multimedia, Via Bluetooth, Via
infrared, and Via e-mail.
• If you select to send the item
in an e-mail or a multimedia
message, an editor opens.
Press
to select the
recipient(s) from the Contacts
directory or write the phone
number or e-mail address of
the recipient in the To: field.
Add text or sound and select
Options → Send. See
”Creating and sending new
messages” on page 54.
• Via infrared. See ”Sending and
receiving data via infrared” on
page 121.
• Via Bluetooth. See ”Sending
data via Bluetooth” on page
117.
■ Volume control
• When you have an active call or
are listening to a sound, press
or
to increase or
decrease the volume level,
respectively.
Voice volume icons:
- for earpiece mode,
- for loudspeaker mode.
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Loudspeaker
Turning off the loudspeaker
Your phone has a loudspeaker for
handsfree use. The loudspeaker
allows you to speak and listen to the
phone from a short distance without
having to hold the phone to your ear,
for example, having it on a table
nearby. The loudspeaker can be used
during a call, with sound and video
applications, and when viewing
multimedia messages. Sound and
video applications use the
loudspeaker by default. Using the
loudspeaker makes it easier to use
other applications while in a call.
• When you have an active call,
select Options → Activate
handset.
Activating the loudspeaker
To change to using
the loudspeaker
during an already
active call, select Options →
Activate loudsp.. A tone is played,
is shown in the navigation bar,
and the volume indicator changes.
Note: The loudspeaker
cannot be activated when
you have connected a
headset to the phone.
Important: Do not hold the
phone near to your ear
when the loudspeaker is in
use, because the volume
may be extremely loud.
The loudspeaker needs to be
activated separately each time for
phone calls, but the sound
applications, such as Recorder, use
the loudspeaker by default.
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Headset mode
To adjust the volume level when a
headset is connected to your phone,
press
or
or use the headset’s
keys, if available.
■ Keyguard
Use the keyguard (keypad lock) to
help prevent accidental key presses.
In standby mode, press
and
then
. When the keys are locked,
appears on the display. Press
and then
to unlock the
keys.
When keyguard is on, press to
answer a call. During a call, the
phone can be operated in the normal
way.
Note: When keyguard is on,
calls may be possible to the
emergency number
programmed into your
phone (e.g. 112 or other
official emergency number).
Just key in the emergency
number and press . The
number is displayed only
after you have keyed in its
last digit.
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■ Shared memory
The following features in your phone
use shared memory: contacts, text
messages, and multimedia
messages, images and ringing tones,
Video recorder, RealOne PlayerTM,
calendar and to-do notes, and
downloaded applications. Using any
of these features leaves less memory
for other features. This is especially
true with heavy use of any of the
features. For example, saving many
images may take all of the shared
memory and your phone may display
that the memory is full. In this case,
delete some of the information or
entries reserving the shared memory.
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Your phone
2. Your phone
■ Making a call
1. In standby mode, key in the
phone number, including the area
code. Press
or
to move
the cursor. Press
to remove a
number.
3. Press to end the call (or to
cancel the call attempt).
Note: Pressing will always
end a call, even if another
application is active and
displayed.
You can make a call using your voice
so that you do not need to look at
the display to key in the number. See
”Voice dialling” on page 29.
Making a call using the
Contacts directory
• For international calls, press
twice for the
international prefix (the +
character replaces the
international access code)
and then key in the country
code, the area code without 0,
and the phone number.
Note: Calls described here
as international may in
some cases be made
between regions of the
same nation.
2. Press
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1. To open the Contacts directory,
press
in standby mode, or go
to Menu → Contacts.
2. To find a contact, scroll to the
desired name, or key in the first
letters of the name. The Search
field opens automatically and
matching contacts are listed.
3. Press
to start the call.
If the contact has more than one
phone number, scroll to the
number and press to start the
call.
to call the number.
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Calling your voice mailbox
The voice mailbox (network service)
is an answering service where callers
who are unable to reach you can
leave you voice messages.
• To call your voice mailbox, press
and in standby mode.
• If the phone asks for the voice
mailbox number, key it in and
press OK. You can obtain this
number from your service
provider.
See ”Settings for call diverting” on
page 23.
2. To call the number: In standby
mode, press the corresponding
speed dialling key and . If the
Speed dialling function is set to
On: Press and hold the
corresponding speed dialling key
until the call is started.
Making a conference call
Conference calling is a network
service that allows you to make a
conference call with a maximum of
six participants, including yourself.
Each phone line may have its own
voice mailbox number. See ”Line in
use (network service)” on page 77.
Changing the voice mailbox
number
To change the phone number of your
voice mailbox, go to Menu → Tools
→ Voice mailbox and select
Options → Change number. Key in
the number (obtained from your
service provider) and press OK.
Speed dialling a phone
number
To view the speed dialling grid,
go to Menu → Tools → Speed dial.
1. Make a call to the first
participant.
2. To make a call to a new
participant, select Options →
New call. Key in or search the
memory for the phone number of
the participant and press OK. The
first call is automatically put on
hold.
1. Assign a phone number to one of
the speed dialling keys (
). See ”Assigning speed
dialling keys” on page 30.
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3. When the new call has been
answered, join the first
participant in the conference
call. Select Options →
Conference.
■ Answering a call
4. To add a new person to the call,
repeat step 2 and then select
Options → Conference → Add
to conference.
• To have a private conversation
with one of the participants:
Select Options → Conference
→ Private. Scroll to the
desired participant and press
Private. The conference call is
put on hold in your phone,
and the other participants can
still continue talking with
each other while you have a
private discussion with one
participant only. Once you
have finished the private
conversation, press Options
→ Conference to return to the
conference call.
• To drop one participant from
the conference call, select
Options → Conference →
Drop participant, then scroll
to the participant and press
Drop.
5. To end the active conference call,
press .
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• To answer an incoming call,
press .
• To end the call, press .
If you do not want to answer a call,
press . The caller will hear a ’line
busy’ tone.
When a call comes in, press Silence
to quickly mute the ringing tone.
Options during a call
Press Options during a call for some
of the following options:
Mute or Unmute, End active call,
End all calls, Hold or Unhold, New
call, Conference, Private, Drop
participant, Answer, and Reject.
Swap is used to switch between the
active call and the call on hold.
Transfer is used to connect an
incoming call or a call on hold with
an active call and to disconnect
yourself from both calls.
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Send DTMF is used to send DTMF
tone sequences, for example,
passwords or bank account numbers.
Note: You may not have all
of these options. Contact
your service provider for
more details.
Settings for call diverting
When this network service is
activated, you can direct your
incoming calls to another number,
for example, to your voice mailbox
number. For details, contact your
service provider.
• Key in the digits with
. Each keystroke generates a
DTMF tone, which is transmitted
while the call is active. Press
repeatedly to produce: *, p
(inserts a pause of approximately
two seconds before, or between
DTMF characters.), and w (if you
use this character, the remaining
sequence is not sent until you
press Send again during the call).
Press
to produce #.
Go to Menu → Tools →
Settings → Call divert.
Call waiting (network
service)
• To cancel all active diverts, select
Options → Cancel all diverts.
If you have activated the Call
waiting service, the network will
notify you of a new incoming call
while you have a call in progress.
See ”Indicators related to actions”
on page 13.
1. During a call, press to answer
the waiting call. The first call is
put on hold.
To switch between the two calls,
press Swap.
• Select one of the divert options,
for example, select If busy to
divert voice calls when your
number is busy or when you
reject incoming calls.
• Select Options → Activate to set
the divert setting on, Cancel to
set the divert setting off, or
Check status to check whether
the divert is activated or not.
Note: You cannot have
barring of incoming calls
and call diverting active at
the same time. See ”Call
barring (network service)”
on page 86.
2. To end the active call, press .
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■ Log - Call
register and
general log
Missed calls and received calls
Go to Menu → Log.
In the log you can monitor phone
calls, text messages, packet data
connections, and fax and data calls
registered by the phone. You can
filter the log to view just one type of
event and create new contact cards
based on the log information.
Note: Connections to your
remote mailbox, multimedia
messaging centre, or
browser pages are shown as
data calls or packet data
connections in the general
communications log.
Recent calls register
Press in standby mode, or go
to Menu → Log → Recent calls.
The phone registers the phone
numbers of missed, received, and
dialled calls, and the approximate
duration of your calls. The phone
registers missed and received calls
only if the network supports these
functions, and the phone is switched
on and within the network’s service
area.
To view a list of the last 20 phone
numbers from which somebody has
tried to call you without success
(network service), go to Log →
Recent calls → Missed calls.
Tip! When you see a note in
standby mode about missed
calls, press Show to access
the list of missed calls. To
call back, scroll to the
number or name you want
and press . If you do not
view the missed calls then
the
icon will be
displayed, when you are not
in standby mode, until the
missed calls have been
viewed.
To view a list of the 20 numbers or
names from which you have most
recently accepted calls (network
service), go to Log → Recent calls
→ Received calls.
Dialled numbers
Options in the Missed,
Received, Dialled views: Call, Create
message, Use number, Delete, Clear
list, Add to Contacts, Help, and Exit.
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To view the 20 phone numbers that
you have most recently called or
attempted to call, go to Log →
Recent calls → Dialled nos..
Erasing recent call lists
• To clear all recent call lists, select
Options → Clear recent calls in
the Recent calls main view.
• To clear one of the call registers,
open the register you want to
erase and select Options → Clear
list.
• To clear an individual event, open
a register, scroll to the event, and
press
.
Call duration
Go to Menu → Log → Call
duration.
GPRS data counter
Go to Log → GPRS counter.
The GPRS data counter allows you to
check the amount of data sent and
received during packet data (GPRS)
connections. For example, you may
be charged for your GPRS
connections by the amount of data
sent and received.
Viewing the general log
Go to Menu → Log and press
.
In the general log, for each
communication event, you can see
the sender or recipient name, phone
number, name of the service
provider, or access point.
Allows you to view the duration of
your incoming and outgoing calls.
Note: The actual time
invoiced for calls by your
service provider may vary,
depending upon network
features, rounding-off for
billing, and so forth.
Erasing call duration timers - Select
Options → Clear timers. For this you
need the lock code. See ”Security” on
page 83.
Note: Sub-events, such as a
text message sent in more
than one part and packet
data connections, are
logged as one
communication event.
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Filtering the log
1. Select Options → Filter. A list of
filters opens.
2. Scroll to a filter and press Select.
Erasing the contents of the log
• To erase all the log contents,
Recent calls register, and
Messaging delivery reports
permanently, select Options →
Clear log. Confirm by pressing
Yes.
Note: If you select No log,
all the log contents, Recent
calls register, and
Messaging delivery reports
are permanently deleted.
• Show call duration. See ”Call
duration” on page 25.
Packet data counter and
connection timer
• To view how much data,
measured in kilobytes, has been
transferred and how long a
certain GPRS connection has
lasted, scroll to an Incoming or
Outgoing event with the access
point icon and select Options
→ View details.
Log settings
• Select Options → Settings. The
list of settings opens.
• Log duration - The log events
remain in the phone memory
for a set number of days after
which they are automatically
erased to free memory.
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3. Personal information
■ Contacts
Creating contact cards
To open Contacts,
press
in standby
mode or go to Menu → Contacts.
1. Open Contacts and select
Options → New contact. An
empty contact card opens.
In Contacts, you can store and
manage contact information, such
as names, phone numbers, and
addresses.
2. Fill in the fields you want and
press Done. The contact card is
saved in the phone memory and
closed, after which you can see it
in the Contacts directory.
Copying contacts between
the SIM card and phone
memory
You can also add a personal ringing
tone, voice tag, or a thumbnail
image to a contact card. You can
create contact groups, which allow
you to send text messages or e-mail
to many recipients at the same time.
Options in the Contacts
directory: Open, Call, Create
message, New contact, Edit, Delete,
Duplicate, Add to group, Belongs to
groups, Mark/Unmark, Copy to SIM
direct., Go to web address, Send,
Contacts info, SIM directory,
Service numbers, Settings, Help,
and Exit.
• To copy names and numbers from
a SIM card to your phone, select
Options → SIM directory, scroll
to the name(s) you want to copy
and select Options → Copy to
Contacts.
• If you want to copy a phone, fax,
or pager number from Contacts
to your SIM card, go to Contacts,
open a contact card, scroll to the
number, and select Options →
Copy to SIM direct.
Editing contact cards
Options when editing a
contact card: Add thumbnail /
Remove thumbnail, Add detail,
Delete detail, Edit label, Help, and
Exit.
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See ”Actions common to all
applications” on page 16.
Inserting an image in a contact
card
To attach a small thumbnail image
to a contact card, open a contact
card, select Options → Edit and
then select Options → Add
thumbnail. The thumbnail image is
also shown when the contact is
calling you. After you attach a
thumbnail image to a contact card,
you can select Add thumbnail to
replace the image with a different
thumbnail or Remove thumbnail to
remove the thumbnail from the
contact card.
Viewing a contact card
The contact information view ( )
shows all information inserted in the
contact card.
Options when viewing a
contact card, when the selection is
on a phone number: Call, Create
message, Edit, Delete, Defaults, Add
voice tag / Voice tags, Assign speed
dial / Remove speed dial, Ringing
tone, Copy to SIM direct., Send,
Help, and Exit.
Assigning default numbers and
addresses
If a contact has several phone
numbers or e-mail addresses, to
speed up calling and sending
messages, you can define certain
numbers and addresses to be used as
the default.
• Open a contact card and select
Options → Defaults. A pop-up
window opens, listing the
different options.
Example: Scroll to Phone
number and press Assign. A
list of phone numbers in the
selected contact card is
shown. Scroll to the one you
want to have as the default
and press
. When you
return back to the contact
card view, you can see the
default number’s name
underlined.
The name field is always displayed in
the contact information view, but
other fields are only displayed if they
contain information.
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Voice dialling
You can make a phone call by saying
a voice tag that has been added to a
contact card.
Voice tags
Any spoken word(s) can be a voice
tag.
• When recording, hold the phone
at a short distance away from
your mouth. After the starting
tone, say clearly the word, or
words, you want to record as a
voice tag.
Before using voice dialling, note
that:
• Voice tags are not language
dependent. They are dependent
on the speaker's voice.
• Voice tags are sensitive to
background noise. Record and
use them in a quiet environment.
• Very short names are not
accepted. Use long names and
avoid similar names for different
numbers.
Note: You must say the
name exactly as you said it
when you recorded it. This
may be difficult in, for
example, a noisy
environment or during an
emergency, so you should
not rely solely upon voice
dialling in all circumstances.
Adding a voice tag to a phone
number
Note: Voice tags can only be
added to phone numbers
stored in the phone’s
memory. See ”Copying
contacts between the SIM
card and phone memory” on
page 27.
1. In the Contacts main view, scroll
to the contact that you want to
add a voice tag to, and press
to open the contact card.
2. Scroll to the number that you
want to add the voice tag to, and
select Options → Add voice tag.
3. The text Press 'Start', then speak
after tone is displayed.
• Press Start to record a voice
tag. The phone sounds a
starting tone and the note
Speak now is displayed.
4. Say the voice tag. The phone will
stop recording after
approximately 5 seconds.
5. After recording, the phone plays
the recorded tag and the note
Playing voice tag is displayed.
6. When the voice tag has been
successfully saved, the note
Voice tag saved is displayed and
a beep sounds. A symbol can
be seen next to the number in the
contact card.
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Making a call using a voice tag
• Delete - to erase the voice tag, or
1. In standby mode, press and hold
. A short tone is played and
the note Speak now is displayed.
• Change - to record a new voice
tag. Press Start to record.
2. When you are making a call by
saying a voice tag, hold the
phone at a short distance away
from your mouth and face and
say the voice tag clearly.
Speed dialling is a quick way to call
frequently used numbers. You can
assign speed dialling keys to eight
phone numbers. Number 1 is
reserved for the voice mailbox.
Assigning speed dialling keys
3. The phone plays the original
voice tag, displays the name and
number, and after a few seconds
dials the number of the
recognised voice tag.
• If the phone plays the wrong
voice tag, or to retry voice
dialling, press Retry.
Note: When an application
using a data call or GPRS
connection is sending or
receiving data, you cannot
make a call by using voice
dialling. To make a call by
using a voice tag, end all
active data connections.
Replaying, erasing, or changing a
voice tag
To replay, erase, or change a voice
tag, scroll to the item that has a
voice tag (indicated by ), select
Options → Voice tag, and then
either:
• Playback - to listen to the voice
tag again, or
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1. Open the contact card for which
you want a speed dialling key and
select Options → Assign speed
dial. The speed dialling grid
opens, showing you the numbers
from 1-9.
2. Scroll to a number and press
Assign. When you return to the
contact information view, you
can see the speed dial icon next
to the number.
• To call the contact by speed
dialling, go to standby mode and
press the speed dialling key and
.
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Adding a ringing tone for a
contact card or group
You can set a ringing tone for each
contact card and group. When that
contact or group member calls you,
the phone plays the chosen ringing
tone (if the caller’s telephone
number is sent with the call and your
phone recognises it).
Managing contact groups
You can create contact groups,
which can, for example, be used as
distribution lists for sending text
messages and e-mail. A ringing tone
may be added to a group. See
”Adding a ringing tone for a contact
card or group” on page 31.
1. Press
to open a contact card
or go to the Groups list and select
a contact group.
Options in the Groups list
view: Open, New group, Delete,
Rename, Ringing tone, Contacts
info, Settings, Help, and Exit.
2. Select Options → Ringing tone.
A list of ringing tones opens.
Creating contact groups
3. Use the joystick to select the
ringing tone you wish to use for
the contact or group and press
Select.
1. In the Contacts directory, press
to open the Groups list.
• To remove the ringing tone,
select Default tone from the list
of ringing tones.
Note: For an individual
contact, the phone will
always use the ringing tone
that was assigned last. So, if
you first change a group
ringing tone and then the
ringing tone of a single
contact that belongs to that
group, the ringing tone of
the single contact will be
used when the contact calls
you the next time.
2. Select Options → New group.
3. Write a name for the group or use
the default name Group and
press OK.
Adding members to a group
1. In the Contacts directory, scroll
to the contact you want to add to
a group and select Options →
Add to group:. A list of available
groups opens.
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2. Scroll to the group to which you
want to add the contact and
press
.
■ Calendar
Editing calendar entries
Options when editing a
calendar entry: Delete, Send, Help,
and Exit.
Go to Menu →
Calendar
In Calendar, you can keep track of
your appointments, meetings,
birthdays, anniversaries, and other
events. You can also set a calendar
alarm to remind you of upcoming
events. Calendar uses shared
memory. See ”Shared memory” on
page 19.
1. In the Day view, scroll to the
entry and press
to open it.
Creating calendar entries
2. Edit the entry fields and press
Done.
1. Select Options → New entry and
select:
• Meeting to remind you of an
appointment that has a
specific date and time.
• Memo to write a general
entry for a day.
• Anniversary to remind you of
birthdays or special dates.
Anniversary entries are
repeated every year.
2. Fill in the fields. See ”Calendar
entry fields” on page 33. Use the
joystick to move between fields.
Press
to change between
upper and lower case, and
predictive text.
3. To save the entry, press Done.
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• If you are editing a repeated
entry, choose how you want the
changes to take effect: All
occurrences - all repeated
entries are changed / This entry
only - only the current entry will
be changed.
Deleting calendar entries
• In the Day view, scroll to the
entry you want to delete and
select Options → Delete or press
. Press Yes to confirm.
• If you are deleting a repeated
entry, choose how you want the
change to take effect: All
occurrences - all repeated
entries are deleted / This entry
only - only the current entry will
be deleted.
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Calendar entry fields
• Subject / Occasion - Write a
description of the event.
• Location - the place of a
meeting, optional.
• Start time, End time, Start date,
and End date.
• Alarm - Press
to activate the
fields for Alarm time and Alarm
date.
• Repeat - Press
to change the
entry to be repeating. Shown
with in the Day view.
• Repeat until - You can set an
ending date for the repeated
entry, for example, the ending
date of a weekly course you are
taking. This option is shown only
if you have selected to repeat the
event.
• Synchronisation - If you select
Private, after synchronisation the
calendar entry can be seen only
by you and it will not be shown to
others with online access to view
the calendar. This is useful when,
for example, you synchronise
your calendar with a calendar on
a compatible computer at work.
If you select Public, the calendar
entry is shown to others who
have access to view your
calendar online. If you select
None, the calendar entry will not
be copied when you synchronise
your calendar.
Calendar views
Press
in the Month, Week, or
Day views to automatically highlight
today’s date.
To write a calendar entry, press any
digit key (
) in any
calendar view. A Meeting entry is
opened and the characters you
keyed in are added to the Subject
field.
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Synchronisation icons in Month
view:
- Private,
- Public,
- None, and
- the day has more than one
entry.
Calendar entry icons in Day and
Week views:
- Memo, and
- Anniversary.
Month view
In the Month view, one row equals
one week. Today’s date is underlined.
Dates that have calendar entries are
marked with a small triangle at the
bottom right corner. There is a frame
around the currently selected date.
• To open the Day view, scroll to
the date you want to open and
press
.
• To go to a certain date, select
Options → Go to date. Write the
date and press OK.
Week view
In the Week view, the calendar
entries for the selected week are
shown in seven day boxes. Today’s
day of the week is underlined.
Memos and Anniversaries icons are
placed before 8 o’clock. Meeting
entries are marked with coloured
bars according to starting and
ending times.
• To view or edit an entry, scroll to
the cell that has an entry and
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press
to open the Day view,
then scroll to the entry and press
to open it.
Options in the different
calendar views: Open, New entry,
Week view / Month view, Delete, Go
to date, Send, Settings, Help, and
Exit.
Day view
In the Day view, you can see the
calendar entries for the selected day.
The entries are grouped according to
their starting time. Memos and
Anniversaries are placed before 8
o’clock.
• To open an entry for editing,
scroll to it and press
.
• Press
press
day.
to go to the next day or
to go to the previous
Settings for calendar views
Select Options → Settings and
select:
• Calendar alarm tone - To select a
personalised alarm tone, or no
tone at all.
• Default view - To select the view
that is shown first when you
open Calendar.
• Week starts on - To change the
starting day of the week.
• Week view title - To change the
title of the Week view to be the
week number or the week dates.
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Setting calendar alarms
1. Create a new Meeting or
Anniversary entry, or open a
previously created entry.
2. Scroll to Alarm and press
,
then select On to open the Alarm
time and Alarm date fields.
3. Set the alarm time and date.
1. Start to write a note using the
digit keys (
). See
”Writing text” on page 50. The
editor opens and the cursor blinks
after the letters you have keyed
in.
2. Write the task in the Subject
field. Press
to add special
characters.
4. Press Done. An alarm indicator
is shown next to the entry in
the Day view.
• To set the due date for the
task, scroll to the Due date
field and key in a date.
Stopping a calendar alarm
• The alarm duration is one minute.
To stop the alarm, press Stop. If
you press any other key, the
alarm is set to snooze.
• To set a priority for the to-do
note, scroll to the Priority
field and press
.
■ To-do
Go to Menu → To-do.
In To-do you can keep a list of tasks
that you need to do. The To-do list
uses shared memory. See ”Shared
memory” on page 19.
3. To save the to-do note, press
Done. If you remove all
characters and press Done, the
note will be deleted, even if you
edit a previously saved note.
• To open a to-do note, scroll to it
and press
.
• To delete a to-do note, scroll to
it and select Options → Delete or
press
.
• To mark a to-do note as
completed, scroll to it and select
Options → Mark as done.
• To restore a to-do note, select
Options → Mark as not done.
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■ Importing data from
compatible Nokia
phones
You can move calendar, contacts,
and to-do data from compatible
Nokia phones to your phone using
the PC Suite Data Import
application. Instructions for using
the application can be found in the
help function of PC Suite on the
CD-ROM.
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Multimedia
4. Multimedia
■ Camera
Press Camera in standby mode
or go to Menu → Camera.
With the camera application you can
take pictures of people or events
while on the move. The images are
automatically saved in the Gallery
application, where you can rename
them and organise them in folders.
You can also send images in a
multimedia message, as an e-mail
attachment, or via a Bluetooth or
infrared connection. The camera
produces JPEG images.
Taking pictures
Note: Obey all local laws
governing the taking of
pictures. Do not use this
feature illegally.
Options before taking a
picture: Capture, Go to Gallery,
Self-timer, Settings, Help, and Exit.
1. Press Camera in standby mode.
The camera application opens
and you can see the view to be
captured.
You can see the viewfinder and
the cropping lines, which show
you the image area to be
captured. You can also see the
image counter, which shows you
how many images, depending on
the selected picture quality, fit in
the memory of your phone or
memory card, if you use one.
2. Press
to zoom in on your
subject before taking the picture.
Press
to zoom out again. The
zoom indicator on the display
shows the zoom level.
3. To take a picture, press
. Do
not move the phone before the
camera starts to save the image.
The image is saved automatically
in the Gallery. See ”Gallery” on
page 44.
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Note: The resolution of a
digitally zoomed picture is
lower than that of a nonzoomed picture, but the
image remains the same
size. You may notice the
difference in image quality
if viewed on a PC, for
example.
Note: Camera goes into
battery saving mode if there
have been no key presses
within a minute. To
continue taking pictures,
press
.
Options after a picture has
been taken: New image, Delete,
Send, Rename image, Go to Gallery,
Settings, Help, and Exit.
After the image has been saved:
• If you do not want to save the
image, select Options → Delete.
• To return to the viewfinder to
take a new picture, press
.
You can insert an image into a
contact card. See ”Inserting an
image in a contact card” on page 28.
Self-timer
Use the self-timer to delay the
taking of a picture, so that you can
include yourself in the picture.
2. Select the delay 10 seconds, 20
seconds, or 30 seconds.
3. Press Activate. The camera will
take the picture after the
selected delay has elapsed.
Settings
In the camera settings, you can
adjust the image quality setting,
change the default image name, and
change the memory location of
saved images.
1. Select Options → Settings.
2. Scroll to the setting you want to
change:
• Image quality - High,
Normal, and Basic. The better
the image quality, the more
memory the image consumes.
See ”Images and memory
consumption” on page 40,
• Default image name - By
default, camera names
images in the format
‘Image.jpg’. Default image
name allows you to set a
name for the images stored.
• Memory in use - Select
whether you want to store
your images in the phone
memory or on the memory
card, if you use one.
1. Select Options → Self-timer.
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Camera mode affects image
size and orientation
With the different camera modes,
you can affect the size and
orientation of the picture to be
taken. When you are taking a
picture, press
or
to change
between the different modes.
Choose:
• Standard when you want to take
normal landscape pictures,
picture, which can be added to a
contact card, or
• Night when the lighting is dim
and the camera needs a longer
exposure time for the picture to
be of good quality. Note that, in
dim conditions, any movement
while taking a picture may cause
it to get blurred. The image size
and orientation is the same for
Standard and Night.
• Portrait when you want to take a
smaller icon-sized, vertical
• When you are taking a picture in
Standard or Night mode, the
viewfinder resolution is 160x120
pixels, and in Portrait mode,
80x96.
• The pictures taken in Standard or
Night mode are saved in 640x480
pixel (VGA) format and those
taken in Portrait mode are saved
in 80x96 pixel format.
• When you are viewing images,
they are scaled to fit the display,
which has 176 x 208 pixels. This
means that Standard and Night
mode pictures will appear more
detailed when viewed on a higher
resolution screen, for example, a
computer or when zoomed in
Images.
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Images and memory
consumption
and those taken in Night mode take
up the most memory.
Your phone has approximately 6 MB
(megabytes) of free memory for
images, contact information,
calendar, messages, and so on. See
”Shared memory” on page 19.
Portrait pictures (always taken in
High quality) are so small that they
take up very little memory. Pictures
taken using the High quality setting
If 1 MB of memory is used for images
only, it would fit approximately 22
Normal quality pictures taken in
Standard mode. In the table below,
you can see approximately how
many images would fit in 1 MB of
memory.
Image quality
Picture type
Basic
Normal
High
Standard
55
22
15
Night
50
25
18
Portrait
-
-
>300
■ Viewing images
In the images thumbnail view:
Pictures taken with the camera are
stored as images in the Gallery. See
”Gallery” on page 44.
1. Press
or
to move
between the phone and memory
card.
Select an image from the list of
images in the Images folder in the
Gallery to start the image viewer and
display the image.
2. To browse the list of images,
press
and
.
When viewing an image, pressing
or
takes you to the next or
previous image in the current folder.
3. Press
to open an image.
When the image is open, you can
see the name of the image.
You can view animated GIF files in
the same way as other images.
Options when viewing an
image: Send, Set as wallpaper,
Rotate, Zoom in, Zoom out, Full
screen, Delete, Rename, View
details, Add to 'Go to', Help, and
Exit.
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Zooming on a saved image
Moving the focus
1. Select Options → Zoom in or
Zoom out. You can see the
zooming ratio at the top of the
display. See ”Keyboard shortcuts”
on page 41.
When you are zooming an image, or
viewing an image in full screen
mode, use the joystick to move the
focus to the left, right, up, or down,
so that you can take a closer look at
one part of the image, for example,
its upper right corner.
Keyboard shortcuts
• Rotate 90 degrees:
anticlockwise,
- clockwise.
The rotation status is not stored
permanently.
2. Press
to return to the initial
view. The zooming ratio is not
stored permanently.
If you zoom in on GIF animations
while they are playing, the
animation will freeze until normal
zoom is resumed, when play will
continue.
Full screen
When you select Options → Full
screen, the panes around the image
are removed so that you can see
more of the image. Press
to
return to the initial view.
•
- zoom in,
- zoom
out, press and hold to return to
the normal view.
•
- change between full
screen and normal view.
■ Video recorder
Go to Menu →
Video recorder.
Note: Obey all local laws
governing the taking of
videos. Do not use this
feature illegally.
With the Video recorder you can
record video clips, on your phone or
on a memory card, if you use one.
You can also send video clips that
you have recorded.
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Video recorder uses shared memory.
See ”Shared memory” on page 19.
Options in the Video recorder
main view: Record, Go to Gallery,
Settings, About product, Help, and
Exit.
Recording a video clip
You can record video clips up to 95
kB in size, which relates to
approximately 10 seconds in
duration, so that it can be
conveniently sent as a multimedia
message. Video clips are recorded in
the 3GPP file format with the .3gp
file extension.
• Open the Video recorder and
press
to start recording.
• To pause recording at any time,
press
. Press
again, to
resume recording.
• Press
to zoom in on your
subject before, or during,
recording. Press
to zoom out
again.
The video clip is saved to either the
phone’s memory or the memory
card, depending on the setting of
your Memory in use. See ”Setting up
your Video recorder” on page 42.
• To immediately play the video
clip you just recorded, select
Options → Play.
• To play previously saved video
clips, go to the Gallery. See
”Gallery” on page 44.
Options in Video recorder
when you have recorded a clip: Play,
New video clip, Send, Rename,
Delete, Go to Gallery, Settings,
About product, Help, and Exit.
Setting up your Video
recorder
Use the following settings to define
how videos are recorded.
• Select Options → Settings and
choose:
• Image size - Select Small or
Large. Large reduces frame
rate.
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• Audio - Select On or Off. On
reduces the maximum
recording duration.
• Default video name - Define
a default name.
Playing media files
• To play a media file stored in your
phone’s memory or memory card,
select Options → Open and:
• Memory in use - Select Phone
memory or Memory card.
■ RealOne Player™
Go to Menu →
RealOne Player.
With RealOne Player™, you can play
local media files stored in the phone
memory, or memory card, or stream
media files over the air from a
streaming link. The streaming link
can be activated during a browsing
session or stored in the phone
memory, or memory card.
Media files are video, music or audio
clips. Files with extensions .3gp,
.amr, .mp4, .rm, and .ram are
supported by RealOne Player.
RealOne Player does not necessarily
support all file formats or all the
variations of a file format.
RealOne Player uses shared memory.
See ”Shared memory” on page 19.
Options when you start
RealOne Player: Open, Video
downloads, Settings, About product,
Help, and Exit
• Most recent clips - to play
one of the last 6 files played in
RealOne Player, or
• Saved clip - to play a file
saved in the Gallery. See
”Gallery” on page 44.
Scroll to a file and press
play the file.
to
• To stream content over the air:
• Select a streaming link saved
in the Gallery. Before your live
content begins streaming,
your phone will connect to
the site and load the file.
• Open the link to a file in the
browser.
To stream live content, you must
first configure your default access
point. See ”Access points” on page
80.
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Note: Many service
providers will require you to
use an Internet access point
(IAP) for your default access
point. Other service
providers allow you to use a
WAP access point. Contact
your service provider for
more information.
Press and hold
to seek forwards,
or press and hold
to seek
backwards through the media file.
Note: In RealOne Player, you
can only open an rtsp:// URL
address. You cannot open an
http:// URL address,
however RealOne Player will
recognise an http link to a
.ram file since a .ram file is a
text file containing an rtsp
link.
Changing the settings
• Press
press
playing.
to pause the clip, or
to stop the clip
Options in RealOne Player
when a clip has been paused or
stopped: Play / Continue, Stop, Mute
/ Unmute, Clip details, Send,
Settings, Help, and Exit.
Shortcuts during play
When a media file is playing use the
joystick to seek (move quickly
through the media file), and to mute
the sound, as follows:
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Press and hold
until the
indicator is displayed to mute the
sound.
Press and hold
until you see the
indicator to turn on the sound.
Select Options → Settings then
either Video or Connection.
Press
or
to move between
the different setting tabs for Video
and Connection.
Select Video to change the following
list of settings:
• Contrast - Open the slider view
to change the contrast.
• Repeat - Choose On to have the
playing video or audio file restart
automatically once it has
finished.
Select Connection to change the
connection settings.
■ Gallery
Go to Menu → Gallery.
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Use the Gallery to store and organise
your images, sound clips, and video
clips, streaming links and RAM files.
Options: Open (folder or
item), Send, Delete, Create new,
Move to folder, Copy to folder, New
folder, Mark/Unmark, Edit, Rename,
Gallery downloads, Image uploader,
Receive via infrared, View details,
Add to 'Go to', Settings, Help, and
Exit.
You can browse, open, and create
folders, mark, copy and move items
to folders. See ”Actions common to
all applications” on page 16.
Gallery uses shared memory. See
”Shared memory” on page 19.
Open the Gallery to see a list of the
folders in the phone memory. Press
to see the folders on the
memory card, if you use one.
Select a folder Images, Sound clips,
or Video clips (or other folder that
you have created) and press
to
open it.
In the open folder you can see:
• an icon depicting the type of
each file in the folder, or in the
case of an image, a small
thumbnail picture; a preview of
the image,
• the name of the file,
• the date and time a file was
saved, or the size of the file, and
Opening files
Select any file and press
to open
it. Each file will open in its
corresponding application as
follows:
• Images - open in the Image
viewer. See ”Viewing images” on
page 40.
• Sound clips - open and play in
the Recorder application. See
”Recorder” on page 103.
• Video clips, RAM files, and
streaming links - open and play
in the RealOne Player
application. See ”RealOne
Player™” on page 43.
• Subfolders - open to display
contents.
• subfolders, if present.
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Other default folders
Picture messages folder
Use this folder to store pictures sent
to you in picture messages.
• Select the folder Images →
Picture msgs..
Options in the Picture
messages folder: Open, Send, Delete,
Mark/Unmark, Rename, View
details, Help, and Exit.
To save a picture that you have
received in a picture message, go to
Messaging → Inbox, open the
message, and select Options →
Save picture.
Wallpapers folder
Use this folder to store pictures that
you want to use as background
images.
• Select the folder Images →
Wallpapers.
Downloading files
To download files into the Gallery
using the browser:
• Select Options → Gallery
downloads and choose from
Graphic downloads, Video
downloads, or Tone downloads.
The browser opens and you can
choose a bookmark for the site to
download from. See ”Viewing
bookmarks” on page 107.
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To download files, you must first
configure your default access point.
See ”Access points” on page 80.
Once items have been downloaded,
the browser closes and the phone
returns to the Gallery view.
Note: Many service
providers will require you to
use an Internet access point
(IAP) for your default access
point. Other service
providers allow you to use a
WAP access point. Contact
your service provider for
more information.
Uploading images to an
image server (network
service)
You can send your pictures to an
image server to allow others to share
your pictures online.
Note: You can only upload
.JPG files to an image server.
Before you can upload images, you
must enter the settings for the
image server. See ”Set up the image
server” on page 47. You can get
these settings from your service
provider.
1. Select Options → Image
uploader.
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2. To begin an upload, mark the
images, or the entire folder that
you want to upload, and select
Upload.
3. Enter a name for the folder on
the image server that the images
will be stored in and press
.
Set up the image server
1. Select Settings → Image servers
and press
. Fill in the details
for each field. See ”Access points”
on page 80.
2. Press
.
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5. Messaging
Go to Menu → Messaging.
In Messaging you can create, send,
receive, view, edit, and organise:
• text messages,
• multimedia messages,
• e-mail messages, and
• configuration messages.
Text messages and multimedia
messages use shared memory. See
”Shared memory” on page 19.
You can also receive messages and
data via an infrared or Bluetooth
connection, receive service
messages, cell broadcast messages,
and send service commands.
Options in the Messaging
main view: Create message,
Connect (shown if you have defined
settings for the mailbox), or
Disconnect (shown if there is an
active connection to the mailbox),
SIM messages, Cell broadcast,
Service command, Settings, Help,
and Exit.
When you open Messaging, you can
see the New message function and a
list of default folders:
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Inbox - contains received
messages except e-mail and cell
broadcast messages. E-mail
messages are stored in the Mailbox.
You can read cell broadcast
messages by selecting Options →
Cell broadcast.
My folders - for organising
your messages into folders.
Mailbox - When you open this
folder, you can either connect to
your remote mailbox to retrieve your
new e-mail messages or view your
previously retrieved e-mail messages
offline. See ”Viewing e-mail
messages when online” on page 64.
After you have defined settings for a
new mailbox, the name given to that
mailbox will replace Mailbox in the
main view. See ”Settings for e-mail”
on page 72.
Drafts - stores draft messages
that have not been sent.
Sent - stores the last 15
messages that have been sent. You
can change the number of messages
to be saved. See ”Settings for the
Other folder” on page 74.
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Note: Messages or data that
have been sent via an
infrared or Bluetooth
connection are not saved in
the Draft or Sent folders.
Outbox - is a temporary
storage place for messages waiting
to be sent.
Reports - you can request the
network to send you a delivery
report of the text messages,
configuration messages, and
multimedia messages you have sent.
To turn on delivery report reception,
select Options → Settings → Text
message or Multimedia message,
scroll to Receive report, and select
Yes.
Note: Receiving a delivery
report of a multimedia
message that has been sent
to an e-mail address might
not be possible.
Note: Before you create a
multimedia message, write
an e-mail, or connect to
your remote mailbox, you
must have the correct
connection settings in
place. See ”Settings needed
for e-mail” on page 58. See
”Settings needed for
multimedia messaging” on
page 56.
■ Messaging - General
information
The message status is always either
draft, sent, or received. Messages
can be saved to the Drafts folder
before they are sent. Messages are
temporarily placed in the Outbox to
wait for sending. After a message
has been sent, you can find a copy of
the message in the Sent folder.
Received and sent messages are in
read-only state until you select
Reply or Forward, which copies the
message to an editor. Note that you
cannot forward e-mail messages you
yourself have sent, and that
restrictions may apply to forwarding
received messages.
Opening a received message
• When you receive a message,
and the note 1 new
message is shown in standby
mode, press Show to open the
message.
• If you have more than one new
message, press Show to open the
Inbox to see the message
headings. To open a message in
Inbox, scroll to it and press
.
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Adding a recipient to a
message
When you create a message, there
are several ways to add a recipient:
• add recipients from the Contacts
directory. To open the Contacts
directory, press
or in the
To: or Cc: fields, or select Options
→ Add recipient. Scroll to a
contact and press
to mark it.
You can mark several recipients
at a time. Press OK to return to
the message. The recipients are
listed in the To: field and
automatically separated with a
semicolon (;).
• start to key in a name in the To:
field and select Options → Check
contacts. The phone will retrieve
all matching entries from the
Contacts directory. If only one
entry is found, it is added
automatically. If more than one
entry is found, select a contact
from the list.
• write the phone number or email address of the recipient in
the To: field, or
• copy the recipient information
from another application and
then paste it to the To: field. See
”Copying text” on page 53.
Press
to delete a recipient to the
left of the cursor.
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Note: If you write many
phone numbers or e-mail
addresses in the To: field,
you must remember to add a
semicolon (;) between each
item to separate them from
each other. When you
retrieve recipients from the
Contacts directory, the
semicolon is added
automatically.
Sending options
To change how a message is sent,
select Options → Sending options
when you are editing a message.
When you save the message, its
sending settings are also saved.
■ Writing text
You can key in text in two different
ways, using the method traditionally
used in mobile phones or another
method called predictive text input.
To set predictive text input on or off,
press
twice quickly when
writing text.
Using traditional text input
The indicator
is shown on the
top right of the display when you are
writing text using traditional text
input.
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• Press a number key (
),
repeatedly until the desired
character appears. Note that
there are more characters
available for a number key than
are printed on the key.
Icons:
and
indicate the selected case.
means that the first
letter of the next word is
written in upper case, and
all other letters will
automatically be written in
lower case.
indicates
number mode.
• To switch between upper and
lower case, press
.
• To insert a number in letter mode,
press and hold the number key.
• To switch between letter and
number mode, press and hold
.
• If the next letter is located on the
same key as the present one, wait
until the cursor appears (or press
to end the time-out period),
and then key in the letter.
• The most common punctuation
marks are available under
.
Press
repeatedly to reach
the desired punctuation mark.
Press
to open a list of special
characters. Use the joystick to
move through the list and press
Select to select a character. To
insert multiple special
characters, press
to select,
scroll to the next character, press
again. Continue until you
have entered all characters, and
press Select to return to the
message.
• To insert a space, press
. To
move the cursor to the next line,
press
three times.
Using predictive text input
To activate predictive text input,
press
and select Dictionary on.
This will activate predictive text
input for all editors in the phone. The
indicator is shown at the top
of the display.
• If you make a mistake, press
to remove a character. Press and
hold
to clear more than one
character.
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1. Write the desired word by
pressing the keys
.
Press each key only once for one
letter. The word changes after
every key press.
For example, to write ‘Nokia’
when the English dictionary is
selected, press
k,
for N,
for o,
for
for i, and
for a.
The word suggestion changes
after each key press.
2. When you have finished the
word, check that it is correct.
• If the word is correct, you can
confirm it by pressing
or
by pressing
to insert a
space. The underlining
disappears and you can begin
to write a new word.
• If the word is not correct, you
have the following options:
• Press
repeatedly to
view the matching words
the dictionary has found
one by one.
• Press
and select
Dictionary → Matches to
view a list of matching
words. Scroll to the word
you want to use and press
to select it.
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• If the ? character is shown
after the word, the word you
intended to write is not in the
dictionary. To add a word to
the dictionary, press Spell, key
in the word (max. 32 letters)
using traditional text input,
and press OK. The word is
added to the dictionary. When
the dictionary becomes full, a
new word replaces the oldest
added word.
• To remove the ? and clear
characters one by one from
the word, press
.
Tips on using predictive text
input
• To erase a character, press
.
Press and hold
to clear more
than one character.
• To change between the different
character cases Abc, abc, and
ABC, press
. Note that if you
press
twice quickly the
predictive text input is turned off.
• To insert a number in letter mode,
press and hold the desired
number key, or press
and
select number mode, key in the
numbers you want, and press OK.
• The most common punctuation
marks are available under
.
Press
repeatedly to reach
the desired punctuation mark.
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Press and hold
to open a list
of special characters. Use the
joystick to scroll through the list
and press Select to select a
character. Or press
and select
Insert symbol. To insert multiple
special characters, press
to
select, scroll to the next
character, press
again.
Continue until you have entered
all characters, and press Select to
return to the message.
Note: The predictive text
input will try to guess which
commonly used
punctuation mark (.,?!‘) is
needed. The order and
availability of the
punctuation marks depend
on the language of the
dictionary.
• Press
repeatedly to view the
matching words the dictionary
has found one by one.
When a word has been entered with
predictive text on, you can press
,
select Dictionary and select:
• Matches - to view a list of words
that correspond to your key
presses. Scroll to the desired
word and press
.
• Insert word - to add a word (max.
32 letters) to the dictionary by
using traditional text input.
When the dictionary becomes
full, a new word replaces the
oldest added word.
• Edit word - to open a view where
you can edit the word, available
only if the word is active
(underlined).
• Off - to turn off predictive text
input for all editors in the phone.
Writing compound words
• Write the first half of a
compound word and confirm it
by pressing
. Write the last
part of the compound word and
complete the compound word by
pressing
to add a space.
Copying text
If you want to copy text to the
clipboard, the following are the
easiest methods:
1. To select letters and words, press
and hold
. At the same time,
press
or
. As the selection
moves, text is highlighted.
To select lines of text, press and
hold
. At the same time press
or
.
2. To end the selection, release
pressing the joystick while still
holding
.
3. To copy the text to the clipboard,
while still holding
, press
Copy.
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Or, release
and then press it
once to open a list of editing
commands, for example, Copy or
Cut.
If you want to remove the
selected text from the document,
press
.
4. To insert the text into a
document, press and hold
and press Paste.
Or, press
Paste.
once and select
Editing options
When you press
, the following
options appear (depending on the
editing mode and situation you are
in):
• Dictionary / Dictionary on
(predictive text input),
■ Creating and sending
new messages
Note: When you send a
message, your phone may
indicate that the message is
being sent. This actually
shows that the message has
been sent by your phone to
the message centre number
programmed into your
phone. This is not an
indication that the message
has been received at the
intended destination. For
more details about
messaging services, check
with your service provider.
You can start to create a message in
two ways:
• Alpha mode / Number mode
(traditional text input),
• Cut, Copy - available only if text
has been selected first,
• Paste - available only when text
has been either cut or copied to
the clipboard,
• Insert symbol, and
• Writing language: - changes the
input language for all editors in
the phone. See ”Phone settings”
on page 75.
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• By selecting New message →
Create: → Text message,
Multimedia message, or E-mail
in the Messaging main view, or
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• Start to create a message from an
application that has the option
Send. In this case the file that
was selected (such as an image or
text) is added to the message.
Writing and sending text
messages
Options in the text message
editor: Send, Add recipient, Insert,
Delete, Check contacts, Message
details, Sending options, Help, and
Exit.
4. To send the message, select
Options → Send or press .
Note: Your phone supports
the sending of multiple text
messages at the same time,
therefore, the normal 160
character limit for one text
message can be exceeded. If
your text exceeds 160
characters, it will be sent in
two or more messages and
message sending may cost
you more.
1. Select New message. A list of
message options opens.
Creating and sending picture
messages
2. Select Create: → Text message.
The editor opens with the cursor
in the To: field. Press
to
select recipient(s) from the
Contacts directory or write the
phone number of the recipient.
Your phone allows you to send and
receive picture messages. Picture
messages are text messages that
contain small black-and-white
graphics. There are several default
pictures available in the Images →
Picture messages folder in the
Gallery.
Press
to add a semicolon (;)
to separate each recipient. Press
to move to the message field.
3. Write the message. In the
navigation bar, you can see the
message length indicator
counting backwards from 160.
For example, 10 (2) means that
you can still add 10 characters
for the text to be sent as two
messages.
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Note: This function can be
used only if it is supported
by your network operator or
service provider. Only
phones that offer picture
message features can
receive and display picture
messages.
Options in the picture
message editor: Send, Add recipient,
Insert, Remove picture, Delete,
Check contacts, Message details,
Help, and Exit.
To send a picture message:
1. There are two possibilities, either:
• Go to Menu → Gallery →
Images → Picture messages
and select a picture to be sent.
Select Options → Send, or
• Select Messaging → New
message → Create: → Text
message and select Options
→ Insert → Picture.
2. Enter recipient information and
add text.
3. Select Options → Send or press
.
Note: Each picture message
is made up of several text
messages. Therefore,
sending one picture
message may cost more
than sending one text
message.
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Multimedia messages
A multimedia message can contain a
combination of text, images, video
and sound clips.
Note: Multimedia messages
can be used only if
supported by your network
operator or service provider.
Only devices that offer
multimedia messages or
e-mail features can receive
and display multimedia
messages.
Settings needed for
multimedia messaging
You may receive the settings as a
configuration message from your
network operator or service provider.
See ”Receiving configuration
messages” on page 61.
For availability of and subscription
to data services, please contact your
network operator or service provider.
• To manually set up an access
point, go to Messaging →
Options → Settings →
Multimedia message. See
”Settings for multimedia
messages” on page 70.
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Creating multimedia messages
Options in the multimedia
message editor: Send, Add recipient,
Insert, Remove, Move, Preview
message, Objects, Delete, Check
contacts, Message details, Sending
options, Help, and Exit.
1. In Messaging, select New
message → Create: →
Multimedia message and press
.
2. Press
to select the
recipient(s) from the Contacts
directory or write the phone
number or e-mail address of the
recipient in the To: field. Add a
semicolon (;) to separate each
recipient. Press
to move to
the next field.
3. You can add the different objects
of the multimedia message in any
order you want.
Note: First you need to
select whether the objects
are stored in the phone’s
memory or the memory
card, if one is used.
• To add an image, select
Options → Insert → Image
or New image.
Note: The default setting is
Image size: Small. When you
are sending a multimedia
message to an e-mail
address or another Nokia
6600, if possible, use the
larger image size (network
dependent). To change the
setting, select Messaging →
Options → Settings →
Multimedia message →
Image size → Large.
• To add a sound, select
Options → Insert → Sound
clip or New sound clip. When
sound has been added, the
icon is shown in the
navigation bar.
• If you select Insert → Image,
Sound clip or Video clip, a list
of items opens. Scroll to the
item you wish to add and
press Select.
• If you select Insert → New
image, camera opens and you
can take a new picture. The
picture is automatically saved
in the Gallery. Press Delete to
remove the picture and take
another instead.
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• If you select Insert → New
sound clip, Recorder opens
and you can record a new
sound. The sound is
automatically saved and a
copy is inserted in the
message.
open a multimedia message and
select Options → Objects.
4. To add a new slide, select
Options → Insert → Slide.
5. To send the message, select
Options → Send or press .
Important: Copyright
protections may prevent
some images, ringtones, and
other content from being
copied, modified,
transferred or forwarded.
Removing an object from a
multimedia message
To remove a multimedia object,
select Options → Remove → Image,
Sound clip or Video clip. Press
to
remove text.
Working with different media
objects
To see all the different media objects
included in a multimedia message,
In the Objects view, you can change
the order of the different objects,
delete objects, or open an object in a
corresponding application.
Options in the Objects view:
Open, Place images first / Place text
first, Remove, Help, and Exit.
E-mail
Settings needed for e-mail
Before you can send, receive,
retrieve, reply to, and forward e-mail
to a separate e-mail account, you
must:
• Configure an Internet access
point (IAP) correctly. See
”Connection settings” on page
77.
• Define your e-mail settings
correctly. See ”Settings for
e-mail” on page 72
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Note: Follow the
instructions given by your
remote mailbox and
Internet service provider.
Writing and sending e-mail
messages
Options in the e-mail editor:
Send, Add recipient, Insert,
Attachments, Delete, Check
contacts, Message details, Sending
options, Help, and Exit.
1. Select New message → Create:
→ E-mail. The editor opens.
2. Press
to select the
recipient(s) from the Contacts
directory or write the e-mail
address of the recipient in the
To: field. Add a semicolon (;) to
separate each recipient. If you
want to send a copy of your
e-mail to someone, write the
address in the Cc: field. Press
to move to the next field.
3. Write the message. If you want to
add an attachment to the e-mail,
select Options → Insert →
Image, Sound clip, Video clip or
Note. will appear in the
navigation bar to indicate that
the e-mail has an attachment.
Template adds pre-written text
to the e-mail.
You can also add an attachment
to an e-mail by selecting Options
→ Attachments in an open
e-mail. The Attachments view
opens where you can add, view,
and remove attachments.
Note: When you add an
attachment you need to
select it from the phone’s
memory, or from the
memory card, if one is used.
4. To remove an attachment, scroll
to the attachment and select
Options → Remove.
5. To send the e-mail, select
Options → Send or press .
Important: Copyright
protections may prevent
some images, ringtones, and
other content from being
copied, modified,
transferred or forwarded.
Note: E-mail messages are
automatically placed in
Outbox before sending. In
case something goes wrong
while the phone is sending
the e-mail, the e-mail is left
in Outbox with the status
Failed.
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■ Inbox - receiving
messages
Options in Inbox: Open,
Create message, Reply, Delete,
Message details, Move to folder,
Mark/Unmark, Help, and Exit.
Messages and data can be received
via text message, multimedia
message, an infrared connection, or
a Bluetooth connection. When there
are unread messages in Inbox, the
icon changes to
.
In Inbox, the message icons tell you
what kind of a message it is. Here are
some of the icons that you may see:
for an unread text message and
for an unread configuration
message,
for an unread multimedia
message,
for an unread service message,
for data received via infrared,
for data received via Bluetooth,
and
for an unknown message type.
Options in different message
viewers
The available options depend on the
type of message you have opened for
viewing:
• Reply - copies the address of the
sender to the To: field. Select
Reply → To all - to copy the
address of the sender and Cc.
field recipients to the new
message.
• Forward - copies the message
contents to an editor.
• Call - call by pressing .
• Delete - allows you to delete
messages.
• View image - allows you to view
and save the image.
• Play sound clip - allows you to
listen to the sound in the
message.
• Play video clip - allows you to
play the video clip in the
message.
• Objects - shows you a list of all
the different multimedia objects
in a multimedia message.
• Attachments - shows you a list
of files sent as e-mail
attachments.
• Message details - shows detailed
information about a message.
• Move to folder / Copy to folder allows you to move or copy
message(s) to My folders, Inbox,
or other folders you have created.
• Save picture - saves the picture
to the Picture messages folder in
the Gallery.
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• Add to Contacts - allows you to
copy the phone number or e-mail
address of the message sender to
the Contacts directory. Choose
whether you want to create a
new contact card or add the
information to an existing
contact card.
• Find - Searches the message for
phone numbers, e-mail
addresses, and Internet
addresses. After the search, you
can make a call or send a
message to the found number or
e-mail address, or save the data
to Contacts or as a bookmark.
Important: Multimedia
message objects may
contain viruses or otherwise
be harmful to your phone or
PC. Do not open any
attachment if you are not
sure of the trustworthiness
of the sender. See ”Certif.
management” on page 85.
Viewing a multimedia
presentation
When you have received a
multimedia message that includes a
presentation, select Options → Play
presentation, the presentation will
open and start.
Viewing multimedia
messages in Inbox
Receiving configuration
messages
Multimedia message objects
Your phone can receive many kinds
of configuration messages, text
messages that contain data (also
called Over-The-Air (OTA) messages).
To open a received configuration
message, open Inbox, scroll to the
configuration message (
), and
press
.
Options in the Objects view:
Open, Save, Send, Call, and Exit.
• To see what kinds of media
objects have been included in the
multimedia message, open the
message and select Options →
Objects. In the Objects view you
can view, or play files that have
been included in the multimedia
message. You can choose to save
the file in your phone or to send
it, for example, via infrared to
another device.
• Picture message - to save the
picture in the Picture messages
folder in the Gallery for later use,
select Options → Save picture.
• Business card - to save the
contact information, select
Options → Save business card.
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Note: If certificates or
sound files are attached to
business cards, they will not
be saved.
• Ringing tone - to save the
ringing tone to the Gallery, select
Options → Save.
• Operator logo - to save the logo,
select Options → Save. The
operator logo can now be seen in
standby mode instead of the
network operator’s own
identification.
• Calendar entry - to save the
invitation to Calendar, select
Options → Save to Calendar.
• Browser message - to save the
bookmark, select Options →
Save to bookmarks. The
bookmark is added to the
Bookmarks list in browser
services.
If the message contains both
browser access point settings and
bookmarks, to save the data
select Options → Save all. Or,
select Options → View details to
view the bookmark and access
point information separately. If
you do not want to save all data,
select a setting or bookmark,
open the details, and select
Options → Save to Settings or
Save to bookmarks depending on
what you are viewing.
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• E-mail notification - Tells you
how many new e-mails you have
in your remote mailbox. An
extended notification may list
more detailed information such
as subject, sender, attachments,
and so on.
• In addition, you can receive a text
message service number, voice
mailbox number, profile settings
for remote synchronisation,
access point settings for the
browser, multimedia messaging
or e-mail, access point login
script settings, or e-mail settings.
To save the settings, select
Options → Save to SMS sett.,
Save to Voice mail, Save to
Settings, or Save to e-mail sett..
Service messages (network
service)
You can order service messages
(pushed messages) from service
providers. Service messages can be
notifications of, for example, news
headlines and they may contain a
text message or address of a browser
service. For availability and
subscription, contact your service
provider.
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Viewing service messages in
Inbox
Options when viewing a
service message: Download
message, Move to folder, Message
details, Help, and Exit.
1. In Inbox, scroll to a service
message ( ) and press
.
2. To download or view the service,
press Download message. The
phone starts to make a data
connection, if needed.
3. Press Back to return to Inbox.
Viewing service messages in
the browser
When you are browsing, select
Options → Read service msgs. to
download and view new service
messages.
■ My folders
In My folders you can
organise your messages
into folders, create new folders, and
rename and delete folders.
Templates folder
• You can use text templates to
avoid rewriting messages that
you send often. To create a new
template, select Options → New
template.
■ Remote mailbox
(network
service)
When you open this folder, you can
either connect to your remote
mailbox to:
• retrieve new e-mail headings or
messages, or
• view your previously retrieved
e-mail headings or messages
offline.
If you select New message →
Create: → E-mail or Mailbox in the
Messaging main view and you have
not set up your e-mail account, you
will be prompted to do so. See
”Settings needed for e-mail” on page
58.
When you create a new mailbox, the
name you give to the mailbox
automatically replaces Mailbox in
the Messaging main view. You can
have several mailboxes (max. six).
The Settings wizard program
included in PC Suite for this phone
can help you configure access point
and mailbox settings. You can also
copy existing settings, for example,
from your computer to your phone.
See the CD-ROM supplied in the
sales package.
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Opening the mailbox
When you open the mailbox, you can
choose whether you want to view
the previously retrieved e-mail
messages and e-mail headings
offline or connect to the e-mail
server.
• When you scroll to your mailbox
and press
, the phone asks
you if you want to Connect to
mailbox? Select Yes to connect
to your mailbox or No to view
previously retrieved e-mail
messages offline.
• Another way to start a
connection is to select Options
→ Connect.
Viewing e-mail messages when
online
When you are online, you are
continuously connected to a remote
mailbox via a data call or a packet
data connection. See ”Data
connection indicators” on page 14.
See ”GSM data calls” on page 78.
See ”Packet data (General Packet
Radio Service, GPRS)” on page 78.
Note: If you are using the
POP3 protocol, e-mail
messages are not updated
automatically in online
mode. To see the newest
e-mail messages, you need
to disconnect and then
make a new connection to
your mailbox.
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Viewing e-mail messages when
offline
When you view e-mail messages
offline, your phone is not connected
to the remote mailbox. This mode
may help you to save on connection
costs. See ”GSM data calls” on page
78.
To view e-mail messages offline, you
must first retrieve e-mail messages
from your mailbox, see the next
section.
You can continue reading the
retrieved e-mail headings and/or the
retrieved e-mail messages offline.
You can write new e-mail messages,
reply to the retrieved e-mail
messages, and forward e-mail
messages. You can order the e-mail
messages to be sent the next time
you connect to the mailbox. When
you open Mailbox the next time and
you want to view and read the email messages offline, answer No to
the Connect to mailbox? query.
Options when viewing e-mail
headings: Open, Create message,
Connect / Disconnect, Reply,
Retrieve e-mail, Delete, Message
details, Mark as read, Sort by, Copy
to folder, Mark/Unmark, Help, and
Exit.
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Retrieving e-mail messages
from the mailbox
• If you are offline, select Options
→ Connect to start a connection
to a remote mailbox.
The remote mailbox view is similar
to the Inbox folder in Messaging.
You can move up and down in the
list by pressing
or
. The
following icons are used to show the
status of the e-mail:
1. When you have an open
connection to a remote mailbox,
select Options → Retrieve
e-mail →:
• New - to retrieve all new
e-mail messages to your
phone.
• Selected - to retrieve only the
e-mail messages that have
been marked. Use the Mark/
Unmark → Mark / Unmark
commands to select messages
one by one. See ”Actions
common to all applications”
on page 16.
• All - to retrieve all messages
from the mailbox.
To cancel retrieving, press
Cancel.
- new e-mail (offline or online
mode). The content has not been
retrieved from the mailbox to your
phone (the arrow in the icon is
pointing outwards).
- new e-mail, the content has
been retrieved from the mailbox
(arrow pointing inwards).
- for e-mail messages that have
been read.
- for e-mail headings that have
been read and the message content
has been deleted from the phone.
2. After you have retrieved the
e-mail messages, you can
continue viewing them online.
Select Options → Disconnect to
close the connection and to view
the e-mail messages offline.
Opening e-mail messages
Options when viewing an
e-mail message: Reply, Forward,
Delete, Attachments, Message
details, Move to folder / Copy to
folder, Add to Contacts, Find, Help,
and Exit.
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• When you are viewing e-mail
messages either in online or
offline mode, scroll to the e-mail
you want to view and press
to open it. If the e-mail message
has not been retrieved (arrow in
the icon is pointing outwards)
and you are offline and select
Open, you will be asked if you
want to retrieve this message
from the mailbox. The data
connection is left open after the
e-mail has been retrieved. Select
Options → Disconnect to end
the data connection.
Disconnecting from mailbox
When you are online, select Options
→ Disconnect to end the data call
or GPRS connection to the remote
mailbox. See ”Data connection
indicators” on page 14.
Viewing e-mail attachments
Options in the Attachments
view: Open, Retrieve, Save, Send,
Delete, Help, and Exit.
• Open a message that has the
attachment indicator and
select Options → Attachments
to open the Attachments view. In
the Attachments view, you can
retrieve, open, or save
attachments, in supported
formats. You can also send
attachments, via infrared or
Bluetooth.
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Important: E-mail
attachments may contain
viruses or otherwise be
harmful to your phone or
PC. Do not open any
attachment if you are not
sure of the trustworthiness
of the sender. See ”Certif.
management” on page 85.
Retrieving attachments to the
phone
• If the attachment has a dimmed
indicator, it has not been
retrieved to the phone. To
retrieve the attachment, scroll to
it and select Options → Retrieve.
Note: If your mailbox uses
the IMAP4 protocol, you can
decide whether to retrieve
e-mail headings only,
messages only, or messages
and attachments. With the
POP3 protocol, the options
are e-mail headings only or
messages and attachments.
See ”Settings for e-mail” on
page 72.
Opening an attachment
1. In the Attachments view, scroll to
an attachment and press
to
open it.
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• If you are online, the
attachment is retrieved
directly from the server and
opened in the corresponding
application.
• If you are offline, the phone
asks if you want to retrieve
the attachment to the phone.
If you answer Yes, a
connection to the remote
mailbox is started.
2. Press Back to return to the
e-mail viewer.
Saving attachments separately
To save an attachment, select
Options → Save in the Attachments
view. The attachment is saved in the
corresponding application. For
example, sounds can be saved in the
Gallery, and text files (.TXT) in Notes.
Note: Attachments, such as
images, can be saved on the
memory card, if one is used.
Deleting e-mail messages
• To delete an e-mail from the
phone while still retaining it in
the remote mailbox:
Select Options → Delete →
Phone only.
Note: The phone mirrors the
e-mail headings in the
remote mailbox. So,
although you delete the
message content, the e-mail
heading stays in your phone.
If you want to remove the
heading as well, you have to
first delete the e-mail
message from your remote
mailbox and then make a
connection from your phone
to the remote mailbox again
to update the status.
• To delete an e-mail from both the
phone and the remote mailbox:
Select Options → Delete →
Phone and server.
Note: If you are offline, the
e-mail will be deleted first
from your phone. During the
next connection to the
remote mailbox, it will be
automatically deleted from
the remote mailbox. If you
are using the POP3 protocol,
messages marked to be
deleted are removed only
after you have closed the
connection to the remote
mailbox. If you are using
IMAP4 protocol, and you
have a current connection,
then the messages will be
deleted from both the
phone and the server
immediately.
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Undeleting e-mail messages
when offline
To cancel deleting an e-mail from
both the phone and server, scroll to
an e-mail that has been marked to
be deleted during the next
connection ( ), and select Options
→ Undelete.
■ Outbox
Outbox is a temporary
storage place for
messages that are waiting to be
sent.
Status of the messages in Outbox:
• Sending - A connection is being
made and the message is being
sent.
• Waiting / Queued - For example,
if there are two similar types of
messages in Outbox, one of them
is waiting until the first one is
sent.
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• Resend at (time) - Sending has
failed. The phone will try to send
the message again after a timeout period. Press Send if you
want to restart the sending
immediately.
• Deferred - You can set
documents to be ‘on hold’ while
they are in Outbox. Scroll to a
message that is being sent and
select Options → Defer sending.
• Failed - The maximum number of
sending attempts has been
reached. If you were trying to
send a text message, open the
message and check that the
Sending settings are correct.
■ Viewing messages on a
SIM card
In the Messaging main view,
select Options → SIM messages.
Before you can view SIM messages,
you need to copy them to a folder in
your phone. See ”Actions common to
all applications” on page 16.
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■ Cell broadcast
(network
service)
In the Messaging main view,
select Options → Cell broadcast.
You may be able to receive messages
on various topics, such as weather or
traffic conditions from your service
provider. For available topics and
relevant topic numbers, contact your
service provider. In the main view
you can see:
• the status of the topic:
- for
new, subscribed messages and
- for new, unsubscribed
messages.
• the topic number, topic name,
and whether it has been flagged
( ) for follow-up. You will be
notified when messages
belonging to a flagged topic have
arrived.
Options in Cell broadcast:
Open, Subscribe /Unsubscribe,
Hotmark / Remove hotmark, Topic,
Settings, Help, and Exit.
Note: A packet data (GPRS)
connection may prevent cell
broadcast reception.
Contact your network
operator for the correct
GPRS settings. See ”Packet
data (General Packet Radio
Service, GPRS)” on page 78.
■ Service
command editor
In the Messaging main view,
select Options → Service command.
You can send service requests, such
as activation commands for network
services (also known as USSD
commands), to your service provider.
For more information, contact your
service provider. To send a request:
• in standby mode or when you
have an active call, key in the
command number(s) and press
Send, or
• if you need to enter letters as
well as numbers, select
Messaging → Options →
Service command.
■ Messaging settings
The Messaging settings have been
divided into groups according to the
different message types.
Settings for text messages
Go to Messaging and select Options
→ Settings → Text message to
open the following list of settings:
• Message centres - Lists all the
message centres that have been
defined.
Options when editing
message centre settings: New msg.
centre, Edit, Delete, Help, and Exit.
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• Msg. centre in use (Message
centre in use) - Defines which
message centre is used for
delivering text messages and
configuration messages such as
picture messages.
• Receive report (delivery report) When this network service is set
to Yes, the status of the sent
message (Pending, Failed,
Delivered) is shown in the
Reports.
• Message validity - If the
recipient of a message cannot be
reached within the validity
period, the message is removed
from the message service centre.
Note that the network must
support this feature. Maximum
time is the maximum amount of
time allowed by the network.
• Message sent as - The options
are Text, Fax, Paging, and E-mail.
For further information, contact
your network operator.
Note: Change this option
only if you are sure that
your message centre is able
to convert text messages
into these other formats.
• Preferred connection - You can
send text messages via the
normal GSM network or via
GPRS, if supported by the
network. See ”Packet data
(General Packet Radio Service,
GPRS)” on page 78.
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• Reply via same ctr. (network
service) - By setting this option
to Yes, if the recipient replies to
your message, the return
message is sent using the same
message service centre number.
Note that this may not work
between all operators.
Settings for multimedia
messages
Go to Messaging and select Options
→ Settings → Multimedia message
to open the following list of settings:
• Access point in use (Must be
defined) - Select which access
point is used as the preferred
connection for the multimedia
message centre. See ”Settings
needed for multimedia
messaging” on page 56.
Note: If you receive
multimedia message
settings in a configuration
message and save them, the
received settings are
automatically used for the
Access point. See ”Receiving
configuration messages” on
page 61.
• Multimedia reception - Select:
Only in home net. - if you want
to receive multimedia messages
only when you are in your home
network. When you are outside
your home network, multimedia
message reception is turned off.
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Always on - if you always want
to allow the reception of
multimedia messages.
Off - if you do not want to
receive multimedia messages or
advertisements at all.
Important: If the
settings Only in home
net. or Always on have
been selected, your
phone can make an
active data call or GPRS
connection without your
knowledge.
• On receiving msg. - Select:
Retr. immediately - if you want
the phone to try to retrieve
multimedia messages instantly. If
there are messages with Deferred
status, they will be retrieved as
well.
Defer retrieval - if you want the
multimedia messaging centre to
save the message to be retrieved
later. When you want to retrieve
the message, set On receiving
msg. to Retr. immediately.
Reject message - if you want to
reject multimedia messages. The
multimedia message centre will
delete the messages.
• Allow anon. messages - Select
No, if you want to reject
messages coming from an
anonymous sender.
• Receive adverts - Define whether
you want to allow reception of
multimedia message
advertisements or not.
• Receive report - Set to Yes, if you
want the status of the sent
message (Pending, Failed,
Delivered) to be shown in the
Reports.
• Deny report sending - Choose
Yes, if you do not want your
phone to send delivery reports of
received multimedia messages.
• Message validity (network
service) - If the recipient of a
message cannot be reached
within the validity period, the
message is removed from the
multimedia message centre.
Maximum time is the maximum
amount of time allowed by the
network.
• Image size - Define the size of
the image in a multimedia
message. The options are: Small
(max. of 160x120 pixels) and
Large (max. 640x480 pixels).
• Default speaker - Choose
Loudspeaker or Handset,
depending on whether you want
the sounds in a multimedia
message to be played through
the loudspeaker or the earpiece.
See ”Loudspeaker” on page 18.
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Settings for e-mail
Go to Messaging and select Options
→ Settings → E-mail.
Open Mailbox in use to select which
mailbox you want to use.
Settings for Mailboxes
Options when editing e-mail
settings: Edit, New mailbox, Delete,
Help, and Exit.
Select Mailboxes to open a list of
mailboxes that have been defined. If
no mailboxes have been defined, you
will be prompted to do so. The
following list of settings is shown
(this information is available from
your e-mail service provider):
• Mailbox name - Write a
descriptive name for the mailbox.
• Access point in use (Must be
defined) - The Internet access
point (IAP) used for the mailbox.
Choose an IAP from the list. See
”Connection settings” on page
77.
• My e-mail address (Must be
defined) - Write the e-mail
address given to you by your
service provider. The address
must contain the @ character.
Replies to your messages are sent
to this address.
• Outgoing mail server: (Must be
defined) - Write the IP address or
host name of the computer that
sends your e-mail.
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• Send message (network service)
- Define how e-mail is sent from
your phone. Immediately - A
connection to the mailbox is
started immediately after you
have selected Send. During next
conn. - E-mail is sent when you
connect to your remote mailbox
the next time.
• Send copy to self - Select Yes to
save a copy of the e-mail to the
address defined in My e-mail
address in your remote mailbox.
• Include signature - Select Yes if
you want to attach a signature to
your e-mail messages and to
start to write or edit a signature
text.
• User name: - Write your user
name, given to you by your
service provider.
• Password: - Write your
password. If you leave this field
blank, you will be prompted for
the password when you try to
connect to your remote mailbox.
• Incoming mail server: (Must be
defined) - The IP address or host
name of the computer that
receives your e-mail.
• Mailbox type: - Defines the
e-mail protocol your remote
mailbox service provider
recommends. The options are
POP3 and IMAP4.
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Note: This setting can be
selected only once and
cannot be changed if you
have saved or exited from
the mailbox settings.
• Authentic. needed - Choose if
you want to receive service
messages only from authorised
sources.
• Security - Used with the POP3,
IMAP4, and SMTP protocols to
secure the connection to the
remote mailbox.
Settings for Cell broadcast
• APOP secure login - Used with
the POP3 protocol to encrypt the
sending of passwords to the
remote e-mail server. Not shown
if IMAP4 is selected for Mailbox
type:.
• Retrieve attachment (not shown
if the e-mail protocol is set to
POP3) - To retrieve e-mail with or
without attachments.
• Retrieve headers - To limit the
number of e-mail headers you
want to retrieve to your phone.
The options are All and User
defined. Used with the IMAP4
protocol only.
Settings for service messages
When you go to Messaging and
select Options → Settings →
Service message, the following list
of settings opens:
• Service messages - Choose
whether or not you want to allow
reception of service messages.
Check with your service provider
whether Cell broadcast is available
and what the available topics and
related topic numbers are. Go to
Messaging → Options → Settings
→ Cell broadcast to change the
settings:
• Reception - On or Off.
• Language - All allows you to
receive cell broadcast messages
in every possible language.
Selected allows you to choose in
which languages you wish to
receive cell broadcast messages.
If the language you prefer could
not be found in the list, select
Other.
• Topic detection - If you receive a
message that does not belong to
any of the existing topics, Topic
detection → On allows you to
save the topic number
automatically. The topic number
is saved to the topic list and
shown without a name. Choose
Off if you do not want to save
new topic numbers
automatically.
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Settings for the Other folder
Go to Messaging and select Options
→ Settings → Other to open the
following list of settings:
• Save sent messages - Choose if
you want to save a copy of every
text message, multimedia
message, or e-mail that you have
sent to the Sent items folder.
• No. of saved msgs. - Define how
many sent messages will be
saved to the Sent items folder at
a time. The default limit is 20
messages. When the limit is
reached, the oldest message is
deleted.
• Memory in use - Define the
memory store. Choices are
phone’s memory or memory card,
if one is used.
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6. Tools
■ Settings
Phone settings
Changing
general settings
Go to Menu → Tools →
Settings.
1. Scroll to a setting group and
press
to open it.
2. Scroll to a setting you want to
change and press
to:
• switch between options if
there are only two (On/Off),
• open a list of options or an
editor,
• open a slider view, press
or
to increase or decrease
the value, respectively.
You may be able to receive some
settings from your service provider
in a short message. See ”Receiving
configuration messages” on page 61.
General
• Phone language - You can
change the language for the
display texts in your phone. This
change may also affect the
format used for date and time
and the separators used, for
example, in calculations. There
are three languages installed in
your phone. If you select
Automatic, the phone selects the
language according to the
information on your SIM card.
After you have changed the
display text language, you must
restart the phone.
Note: Changing the settings
for Phone language or
Writing language affects
every application in your
phone and the change
remains effective until you
change these settings again.
• Writing language - You can
change the writing language of
your phone permanently.
Changing the language affects:
• the characters available when
you press any key (
),
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• the predictive text dictionary
used, and
• the special characters that are
available when you press the
and
keys.
• Dictionary - To set predictive text
input On or Off for all editors in
the phone. You can also change
this setting when you are in an
editor. See ”Tips on using
predictive text input” on page 52.
• Welcome note or logo - The
welcome note or logo is displayed
briefly each time you switch on
the phone. Select Default if you
want to use the default image or
animation. Select Text to write a
welcome note (max. 50 letters).
Select Image to select a photo or
picture from the Gallery.
• Orig. phone settings - You can
reset some of the settings to their
original values. To do this, you
need the lock code. See
”Security” on page 83. After
resetting the settings, the phone
may take a longer time to power
on. All documents and files that
you have created are left as they
are.
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Standby mode
• Left selection key and Right
selection key - You can change
the shortcuts that appear over
the left
and right
selection keys in standby mode.
In addition to the applications,
you can have the shortcut point
to a function, for example, New
message.
Note: You can only have
shortcuts to pre-installed
applications and functions.
Display
• Screen saver timeout - The
screen saver is activated when
the screen saver time-out period
is over. When the screen saver is
active, the display is cleared and
you can see the screen saver bar.
• To deactivate the screen saver
press any key.
Call settings
Send my caller ID
(network service)
• This network service allows you
to set your phone number to be
displayed (Yes) or hidden (No)
from the person to whom you are
calling. Or, the value may be set
by your network operator or
service provider when you make a
subscription.
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Call waiting (network service)
• The network will notify you of a
new incoming call while you
have a call in progress. Select
Activate to request the network
to activate call waiting, Cancel to
request the network to
deactivate call waiting, or Check
status to check if the function is
active or not.
Automatic redial
• When this setting is activated,
your phone will make a maximum
of ten attempts to connect the
call after an unsuccessful call
attempt. Press to stop
automatic redialling.
Summary after call
• Activate this setting if you want
the phone to briefly display the
duration of the last call.
Speed dialling
• Select On and the numbers
assigned to the speed dialling
keys (
) can be dialled
by pressing and holding the key.
See ”Assigning speed dialling
keys” on page 30.
Anykey answer
• Select On, and you can answer an
incoming call by briefly pressing
any key, except
,
, and .
Line in use (network service)
• This setting is shown only if the
SIM card supports two subscriber
numbers, that is, two phone lines.
Select which phone line (Line 1 or
Line 2) you want to use for
making calls and sending short
messages. Calls on both lines can
be answered irrespective of the
selected line.
Note: You will not be able to
make calls if you select Line
2 and have not subscribed to
this network service.
To prevent line selection, select Line
change → Disable if supported by
your SIM card. To change this
setting, you need the PIN2 code.
Connection settings
General information
about data connections and
access points
Glossary: Access point - The
point where your phone
connects to the Internet by
way of a data call or packet
data connection. An access
point can be provided, for
example, by a commercial
Internet service provider
(ISP), service provider, or
network operator.
To define settings for access points,
go to Settings → Connection →
Access points.
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A data connection is required to
connect to an access point. Your
phone supports three kinds of data
connections:
• a GSM data call ( ),
• GSM high-speed data call (
or
),
• packet data (GPRS) connection
( ).
There are three different kinds of
access points that you can define:
MMS access point, browser access
point, and Internet access point
(IAP). Check with your service
provider what kind of an access
point is needed for the service you
wish to access. You need to set
access point settings, if you want to,
for example,
• send and receive multimedia
messages,
• send and receive e-mail,
• download Java™ applications,
• use Image upload, or
• browse pages.
See ”Data connection indicators” on
page 14.
GSM data calls
High speed data call (High Speed
Circuit Switched Data, HSCSD)
For availability and subscription to
high-speed data services, please
contact your network operator or
service provider.
The Settings wizard included in the
PC Suite can help you to configure
access point and mailbox settings.
You can also copy existing settings,
for example, from your computer to
your phone. See the CD-ROM
supplied in the sales package.
Note: Sending data in
HSCSD mode may drain the
phone’s battery faster than
normal voice or data calls,
as the phone may send data
more frequently to the
network.
Packet data (General Packet Radio
Service, GPRS)
Minimum settings needed to make
a packet data connection
• You need to subscribe to the
GPRS service. For availability and
subscription to GPRS, contact
your network operator or service
provider.
A GSM data call enables data
transmission rates to a maximum of
14.4 kbps. For availability and
subscription to data services,
contact your network operator or
service provider.
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• Go to Settings → Connection →
Access points and select Options
→ New access point → Use
default settings. Fill in the
following: Data bearer: GPRS
and Access point name: enter
the name given to you by your
service provider. See ”Creating an
access point” on page 79.
Pricing for packet data and
applications
Both the active GPRS connection
and the applications used over GPRS
require a fee, for example, using
services, sending and receiving data,
and short messages. For more
detailed information on fees,
contact your network operator or
service provider.
See ”Viewing the general log” on
page 25. See ”GPRS data counter” on
page 25.
If there are no access points defined
when you open Access points, you
will be asked if you want to create
one.
If there already are access points
defined, to create a new access
point, select Options → New access
point and select:
• Use default settings to use the
default settings. Make the
needed changes and press Back
to save the settings.
• Use existing settings to use
existing setting information as
the basis for the new access point
settings. A list of existing access
points is opened. Select one and
press OK. Access point settings
are opened with some fields
already filled.
Editing an access point
Creating an access point
Options in the Access points
list: Edit, New access point, Delete,
Help, and Exit.
You may have preset access point
settings in your phone. Or, you may
receive access point settings over
the air from a service provider. See
”Receiving configuration messages”
on page 61.
When you open Access points, the
list of already available access points
opens. Scroll to the access point you
want to edit, and press
.
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Options when editing access
point settings: Change, Advanced
settings, Help, and Exit.
Access points
Here you can see a short explanation
for every setting that may be needed
for different data connections and
access points.
Start to fill in the settings from the
top because depending on what data
connection you select (Data bearer),
only certain setting fields are
available.
• Connection name - Give a
descriptive name for the
connection.
• Data bearer - The options are
GPRS, Data call, and High speed
(GSM). Depending on what data
connection you select, only
certain setting fields are
available. Fill in all fields marked
with Must be defined, or with an
asterisk. Other fields can be left
empty, unless you have been
instructed otherwise by your
service provider.
Note: To be able to use a
data connection, the
network service provider
must support this feature,
and if necessary, activate it
for your SIM card.
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• Access point name (for packet
data only) - The access point
name is needed to establish a
connection to the GPRS network.
You obtain the access point name
from your network operator or
service provider.
• Dial-up number (for Data call
and High speed (GSM) only) - The
modem telephone number of the
access point.
• User name - Write a user name if
required by the service provider.
The user name may be needed to
make a data connection, and is
usually provided by the service
provider. The user name is often
case-sensitive.
• Prompt password - If you must
key in a new password every time
you log on to a server, or if you do
not want to save your password
to the phone, choose Yes.
• Password - A password may be
needed to make a data
connection, and is usually
provided by the service provider.
The password is often casesensitive. When you are writing
the password, the characters you
enter are shown briefly and then
changed to asterisks (*). The
easiest way to enter numbers is
to press and hold the digit you
want to enter, and then continue
entering letters.
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• Authentication - Normal /
Secure.
• Homepage - Depending on what
you are setting up, write either:
• the service address, or
• the address of the multimedia
messaging centre.
• Data call type (for GSM data and
high speed data only) Analogue, ISDN v.110, or ISDN
v.120 defines whether the phone
uses an analogue or digital
connection. This setting depends
on both your GSM network
operator and Internet service
provider (ISP), because some
GSM networks do not support
certain types of ISDN
connections. For details, contact
your ISP. If ISDN connections are
available, they establish
connections more quickly than
analogue methods.
• Maximum data speed (for GSM
data and high speed data only) The options are Automatic /
9600 / 14400 / 19200 / 28800 /
38400 / 43200, depending on
what you have chosen in Data
call type. This option allows you
to limit the maximum connection
speed when high speed data is
used. Higher data rates may cost
more, depending on the service
provider.
Note: The speeds above
represent the maximum
speed at which your
connection will operate.
During the connection, the
operating speed may be less,
depending on network
conditions.
Options → Advanced settings
• Phone IP address - The IP address
of your phone.
• Primary name server - The IP
address of the primary DNS
server.
• Second. name server - The IP
address of the secondary DNS
server.
• Proxy serv. address - The IP
address of the proxy server.
• Proxy port number - The port
number of the proxy server.
If you need to enter these settings,
contact your Internet service
provider.
The following settings are shown if
you have selected data call and high
speed data as the connection type:
• Use callback - This option allows
a server to call you back once you
have made the initial call.
Contact your service provider to
subscribe to this service.
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Note: Charges may apply
for certain types of received
calls, such as roaming and
high speed data calls.
Contact your GSM network
operator for more
information.
Note: The phone expects
the callback call to use the
same data call settings that
were used in the callbackrequesting call. The network
must support that type of
call in both directions, to
and from the phone.
• Callback type - The options are
Use server no. / Use other no..
Ask your service provider for the
correct setting to use; it will
depend on the service provider’s
configuration.
• Callback number - Key in your
phone’s data phone number
which the dial back server uses.
Usually, this number is the data
call phone number of your phone.
• Use PPP compression - When set
to Yes, this option speeds up the
data transfer, if supported by the
remote PPP server. If you have
problems with establishing a
connection, try setting this to No.
Contact your service provider for
guidance.
• Use login script - The options are
Yes / No.
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• Login script - Insert the login
script.
• Modem initialisation (Modem
initialisation string) - Controls
your phone using modem AT
commands. If required, enter
characters specified by your
service provider or Internet
service provider.
GPRS
Go to Settings → Connection
→ GPRS.
The GPRS settings affect all access
points using a packet data
connection.
GPRS connection - If you select
When available and you are in a
network that supports packet data,
the phone registers to the GPRS
network and sending short messages
will be done via GPRS. Also, starting
an active packet data connection,
for example, to send and receive email, is quicker. If you select When
needed, the phone will use a packet
data connection only if you start an
application or action that needs it.
The GPRS connection can be closed
after it is not used by any
application.
If there is no GPRS coverage and you
have chosen When available, the
phone will periodically try to
establish a packet data connection.
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Access point - The access point
name is needed when you want to
use your phone as a packet data
modem to your computer. See ”Using
your phone as a modem” on page
123.
Data call
Go to Settings → Connection
→ Data call.
The Data call settings affect all
access points using a data call and
high speed data call.
Online time - If there are no actions
the data call is dropped
automatically after a time-out
period. The options are User defined,
in which case you enter a time, or
Unlimited.
Date and time
The Date and time
settings allow you to define the date
and time used in your phone, as well
as change the date and time format
and separators.
• Clock type → Analogue or
Digital - to change the clock
shown in standby mode. See
”Clock” on page 102.
• Clock alarm tone - to change the
tone played when the clock alarm
time is reached.
• Auto time update - to allow the
network to update time, date,
and time zone information to
your phone (network service). For
the Auto time update setting to
take effect, the phone needs to
be restarted. Check any alarms as
these may be affected by Auto
time update.
• GMT offset - to change the time
zone for the clock time.
• Daylight-saving - to set daylight
saving time on or off.
Security
Phone and SIM
Explanations for the different
security codes that may be needed:
• PIN code (4 to 8 digits) - The PIN
(Personal Identification Number)
code protects your SIM card
against unauthorised use. The
PIN code is usually supplied with
the SIM card.
After three consecutive incorrect
PIN code entries, the PIN code is
blocked. If the PIN code is
blocked, you need to unblock the
PIN code before you can use the
SIM card again. See the
information about the PUK code.
• PIN2 code (4 to 8 digits) - The
PIN2 code, supplied with some
SIM cards, is required to access
some functions.
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• Lock code (5 digits) - The lock
code can be used to lock the
phone and keypad to avoid
unauthorised use.
Note: The factory setting for
the lock code is 12345. To
avoid unauthorised use of
your phone, change the lock
code. Keep the new code
secret and in a safe place
separate from your phone.
• PUK and PUK2 codes (8 digits) The PUK (Personal Unblocking
Key) code is required to change a
blocked PIN code. The PUK2 code
is required to change a blocked
PIN2 code. If the codes are not
supplied with the SIM card,
contact the operator whose SIM
card is in your phone for the
codes.
You can change the following codes:
lock code, PIN code, and PIN2 code.
These codes can only include the
numbers from 0 to 9.
Note: Avoid using access
codes similar to emergency
numbers, such as 112, to
prevent accidental dialling
of the emergency number.
PIN code request - When the PIN
code request is active, the code is
requested each time the phone is
switched on. Note that deactivating
the PIN code request may not be
allowed by some SIM cards.
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PIN code / PIN2 code / Lock code Open this setting if you want to
change the code.
Autolock period - You can set an
autolock period, a time-out after
which the phone is automatically
locked and can be used only if the
correct lock code is entered. Key in a
number for the time-out in minutes
or select None to turn off the
autolock period.
• To unlock the phone, key in the
lock code.
Note: When the phone is
locked, calls may be possible
to the emergency number
programmed into your
phone (e.g. 112 or other
official emergency number).
Lock if SIM changed - Select Yes if
you want the phone to ask for the
lock code when an unknown, new
SIM card is inserted into your phone.
The phone maintains a list of SIM
cards that are recognised as the
owner’s cards.
Fixed dialling - You can restrict your
outgoing calls to selected phone
numbers, if supported by your SIM
card. You need the PIN2 code for this
function. When this function is
active, you can only call those phone
numbers that are included in the
fixed dialling list or which begin
with the same digit(s) as a phone
number on the list.
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Press
to set Fixed dialling on.
Options in the Fixed dialling
view: Open, Call, Activ. fixed
dialling/Deact. fixed dialling, New
contact, Edit, Delete, Add to
Contacts, Add from Contacts,Find,
Mark/unmark, Help, and Exit.
Note: When Fixed Dialling is
set on, calls may be possible
to certain emergency
numbers in some networks
(e.g. 112 or other official
emergency number).
• To add new numbers to the Fixed
dialling list, select Options →
New contact or Add from
Contacts.
Closed user group (network service)
- You can specify a group of people
to whom you can call and who can
call you. For more information,
contact your network operator or
service provider. Select: Default to
activate the default group agreed on
with the network operator, On if you
want to use another group (you need
to know the group index number), or
Off.
Note: When calls are
limited to Closed User
Groups, calls may be
possible to certain
emergency numbers in some
networks (e.g. 112 or other
official emergency number).
Confirm SIM services (network
service) - To set the phone to display
confirmation messages when you
are using a SIM card service.
Delete server - To reset your
connection settings allowing you to
receive new settings from your
service provider.
Certif. management
In the Certificate management main
view, you can see a list of authority
certificates that have been stored in
your phone. Press
to see a list of
personal certificates, if available.
Authority certificates are used by
some browser services, such as
banking services, for checking
signatures or server certificates or
other authority certificates.
Digital certificates are used to verify
the origin of browser pages and
installed software. However, they
can only be trusted if the origin of
the certificate is known to be
authentic.
Options in the certificate
management main view: Certificate
details, Delete, Trust settings, Mark/
Unmark, Help, and Exit.
Digital certificates may be needed
when you, for example:
• want to connect to an online
bank or another site or remote
server for actions that involve
transferring confidential
information, or
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• want to decrease the risk of
viruses or other malicious
software and be sure of the
authenticity of software when
downloading and installing
software.
Important: Even if the use
of certificates makes the
risks involved in remote
connections and software
installation considerably
smaller, they must be used
correctly in order to benefit
from increased security. The
existence of a certificate
does not offer any
protection by itself; the
certificate manager must
contain correct, authentic,
or trusted certificates for
increased security to be
available.
Important: Certificates
have a restricted lifetime. If
Expired certificate or
Certificate not valid yet is
shown even if the certificate
should be valid, check that
the current date and time in
your phone are correct.
Changing the trust settings of an
authority certificate
• Scroll to an authority certificate
and select Options → Trust
settings. Depending on the
certificate, a list of the
applications that can use the
selected certificate is shown. For
example:
Application manager / Yes - the
certificate is able to certify the
origin of new software.
Internet / Yes - the certificate is
able to certify e-mail and
imaging servers.
Important: Before changing
these settings, you must
make sure that you really
trust the owner of the
certificate and that the
certificate really belongs to
the listed owner.
Call barring
(network service)
Call barring allows you to restrict
the making and receiving of calls
with your phone. For this function,
you need the barring password,
which you can obtain from your
service provider.
1. Scroll to one of the barring
options.
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2. Select Options → Activate to
request the network to set call
restriction on, Cancel to set the
selected call restriction off, or
Check status to check if the calls
are barred or not.
• Select Options → Edit barrings
passw. to change the barring
password.
• Select Options → Cancel all
barrings to cancel all active call
barrings.
Note: When calls are
barred, calls may be possible
to certain emergency
numbers in some networks
(e.g. 112 or other official
emergency number).
Note: Call barring affects all
calls, including data calls.
Note: You cannot have
barring of incoming calls
and call diverting or fixed
dialling active at the same
time. See ”Settings for call
diverting” on page 23. See
”Security” on page 83.
Network
Operator selection
• Choose Automatic to set the
phone to automatically search
for and select one of the cellular
networks available in your area,
or
• Choose Manual, if you want to
select the desired network
manually from a list of networks.
If the connection to the manually
selected network is lost, the
phone will sound an error tone
and ask you to select a network
again. The selected network must
have a roaming agreement with
your home network, that is, the
operator whose SIM card is in
your phone.
Cell info display
• Select On to set the phone to
indicate when it is used in a
cellular network based on Micro
Cellular Network (MCN)
technology and to activate cell
info reception.
Enhancement
settings
Indicators shown in standby mode:
- a headset is connected.
- a loopset is connected.
Scroll to an enhancement folder and
open the settings:
• Select Default profile to select
the profile you want to be
activated each time when you
connect a certain enhancement
to your phone. See ”Changing the
profile” on page 92.
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• Select Automatic answer to set
the phone to answer an incoming
call automatically after five
seconds time. If the Ringing type
is set to Beep once or Silent,
automatic answer cannot be
used, and you must answer the
phone manually.
Note: If you are using a
loopset, you need to
activate it separately.If you
have activated a loopset,
the headset will use the
same settings as the
loopset.
■ File manager
Go to Menu → Tools
→ File manager
In File manager you can browse,
open, and manage files and folders
in the phone memory or on the
memory card, if you use one.
Options in the File manager
main view: Open, Send, Delete,
Move to folder, Copy to folder, New
folder, Mark/Unmark, Rename, Find,
Receive via infrared, View details,
Memory details, Help, and Exit.
You can browse, open, and create
folders, mark, copy and move items
to folders. See ”Actions common to
all applications” on page 16.
Receiving files via Infrared
Files are automatically received to
the root level of the folder structure.
Move or copy them to other folders.
• Select Options → Receive via
infrared. See ”Sending and
receiving data via infrared” on
page 121.
Viewing memory
consumption
If you have a memory card installed
on your phone, you will have a
choice of two memory views, one for
the phone memory and one for the
memory card.
Press
or
to move from one
memory tab to another.
• To check memory consumption of
the current memory select
Options → Memory details.
Open File manager to see a list of the
folders in the phone memory. Press
to see the folders on the
memory card, if you use one.
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The phone calculates the
approximate amount of free memory
for storing data and installing new
applications.
In the memory views, you can view
the memory consumption of the
different data groups: Calendar,
Contacts, Documents, Messages,
Images, Sound files, Video clips,
Applications, Mem. in use, and Free
memory.
Note: If the phone memory
is getting low, remove some
files, or move them to the
memory card. See
”Troubleshooting” on page
126.
■ Voice
commands
Go to Menu →
Tools → Voice commands.
You can use Voice commands to
start applications and profiles, and
to dial numbers from Contacts,
without having to look at your
phone’s display. You record a word,
or words, (voice command) and then
say this voice command to open an
application, activate a profile, or dial
a number.
Note: You can have only
one voice command per
item.
Options in the Voice
commands main view: Add voice
command, Open, New application,
Playback, Change, Delete, Delete all,
Help, and Exit.
Any spoken word(s) can be a voice
command.
• When recording, hold the phone
at a short distance away from
your mouth. After the starting
tone, say clearly the word, or
words, you want to record as a
voice command.
Before using voice commands, note
that:
• Voice commands are not
language dependent. They are
dependent on the speaker's voice.
• Voice commands are sensitive to
background noise. Record and
use them in a quiet environment.
• Very short voice commands are
not accepted. Use longer words
and avoid similarities between
different voice commands.
Note: You must say the
voice command exactly as
you said it when you
recorded it. This may be
difficult in, for example, a
noisy environment or during
an emergency, so you should
not rely solely upon voice
commands in all
circumstances.
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Adding a voice command to
an application
1. In the Voice commands main
view, scroll to the application
that you want to add a voice
command to, and select Options
→ Add voice command.
5. When the voice command has
been successfully saved, the note
Voice command saved is
displayed and a beep sounds. A
symbol can be seen next to
the application.
Adding an application to
the list
Assign voice commands to other
applications that are not listed in the
Voice commands main view.
1. In the Voice commands main
view, select Options → New
application.
Note: To add a voice
command to a profile, the
Profiles folder must be
opened and a specific
profile selected.
2. The text Press 'Start', then speak
after tone is displayed.
• Press Start to record a voice
command. The phone sounds
a starting tone and the note
Speak now is displayed.
3. Say the voice command. The
phone will stop recording after
approximately 5 seconds.
4. After recording, the phone plays
the recorded command and the
note Playing voice command is
displayed. If you do not want to
save the recording, press Quit.
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2. Available applications are
displayed. Scroll to the
application that you want to add
and press Select.
3. Add a voice command to the new
application. See ”Adding a voice
command to an application” on
page 90.
Starting an application using
a voice command
1. In standby mode, press and hold
. A short tone is played and
the note Speak now is displayed.
2. When you are starting an
application by saying a voice
command, hold the phone at a
short distance away from your
mouth and say the voice
command clearly.
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3. The phone plays the original
voice command and starts the
application.
• If the phone plays the wrong
voice command, press Retry.
Replaying, erasing, or
changing a voice command
To replay, erase, or change a voice
command, scroll to the item that has
a voice command (indicated by ),
select Options, and then either:
• Playback - to listen to the voice
command again, or
• Delete - to erase the voice
command, or
• Change - to record a new voice
command. Press Start to record.
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7. Personalisation
■ Profiles
Changing the profile
Go to Menu →
Profiles.
1. Go to Menu → Profiles. A list of
profiles opens.
In Profiles, you can adjust and
customise the phone tones for
different events, environments, or
caller groups. There are five preset
profiles: General, Silent, Meeting,
Outdoor, and Pager, which you can
customise to meet your needs.
2. In the Profiles list, scroll to a
profile and select Options →
Activate.
To change the profile in standby
mode, press
, scroll to the profile
you want to activate and press OK.
Customising profiles
1. To modify a profile, scroll to the
profile in the Profiles list and
select Options → Personalise. A
list of profile settings opens.
You can see the currently selected
profile at the top of the display in
standby mode. If the General profile
is in use, only the current date is
shown.
The tones can be default ringing
tones, tones recorded in Recorder,
tones received in a message, or
transferred to your phone via
infrared, Bluetooth, or a PC
connection and then saved to your
phone or memory card, if you use
one.
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2. Scroll to the setting you want to
change and press
to open the
choices:
• Ringing tone - To set the ringing
tone for voice calls, choose a
ringing tone from the list. When
you scroll through the list, you
can stop on a tone to listen to it
before you make your selection.
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Press any key to stop the sound. If
a memory card is used, tones
stored on it have the
icon
next to the tone name. Ringing
tones use shared memory. See
”Shared memory” on page 19.
You can also change ringing
tones in Contacts. See ”Adding a
ringing tone for a contact card or
group” on page 31.
Note: To use MIDI, AMR,
WAV, MP3, and other sound
files as ringing tones, they
must be stored in the Digital
sounds folder in the Gallery.
• Ringing type - When Ascending
is selected, the ringing volume
starts from level one and
increases level by level to the set
volume level.
• Ringing volume - To set the
volume level for the ringing and
message alert tones.
• Message alert tone - To set the
tone for messages.
• Chat alert tone - To set the tone
for instant messages.
• Alert for - To set the phone to
ring only upon calls from phone
numbers that belong to a
selected contact group. Phone
calls coming from people outside
the selected group will have a
silent alert. The choices are All
calls / (list of contact groups, if
you have created them). See
”Creating contact groups” on
page 31.
• Profile name - You can rename a
profile and give it any name you
want. The General profile cannot
be renamed.
■ Themes
Go to Menu →
Themes
In Themes you can change the look
of your phone’s display by activating
a theme. A theme can include the
idle screen wallpaper, colour palette,
screen saver, and icons and
background image in ’Go to’. Edit a
theme for more detailed
personalisation.
• Vibrating alert - To set the phone
to vibrate at incoming voice calls
and messages.
• Keypad tones - To set the volume
level for keypad tones.
• Warning tones - The phone
sounds a warning tone, for
example, when the battery is
running out of power.
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When you open Themes you will see
a list of the available themes. The
currently active theme is indicated
by a check mark. Press
to see the
themes on the memory card, if you
use one.
Options in the Themes main
view: Preview, Apply, Edit, Copy to
mem. card,Copy to phone mem.,
Theme downloads, Help, and Exit.
• To preview a theme, scroll to the
theme and select Options →
Preview to view the theme. Press
to activate the theme. You
can activate the theme without
previewing it by selecting
Options → Apply from the main
view.
• Screen saver - To select what
is shown on the screen saver
bar: the time and date or a
text you have written
yourself. The location and
background colour of the
screen saver bar changes in
one minute intervals. Also, the
screen saver changes to
indicate the number of new
messages or missed calls. You
can set the time that elapses
before the screen saver is
activated. See ”Phone
settings” on page 75.
Editing themes
Group together elements from other
themes, or images from the Gallery
to personalise themes further.
1. Scroll to a theme, select Options
→ Edit, and select:
• Wallpaper - To select an
image from one of the
available themes, or select
your own image from the
Gallery, to use as a
background image in standby
mode.
• Colour palette - To change
the colour palette used on the
display.
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• Icons - To select a different
icon set from any one of the
themes.
Note: All pre-installed
themes have the same
icon set.
• Image in 'Go to' - To select an
image from one of the
available themes, or select
your own image from the
Gallery, to use as a
background image in Go to.
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2. Scroll to the element to edit and
select Options → Change.
3. Select Options → Set to select
the current setting. You can also
preview the selected element by
selecting Options → Preview.
Note that you cannot preview all
elements.
Restoring themes
To restore the currently selected
theme back to its original settings,
select Options → Restore orig.
theme when editing a theme.
■ Go to
Press Go to in
standby mode or go to
Menu → Go to.
Use Go to for storing shortcuts, links
to your favourite photos, video clips,
notes, Recorder sound files, browser
bookmarks, and saved browser
pages.
The default shortcuts:
- opens
the Notes editor,
- opens the
Calendar to the current date,
opens the Messaging Inbox.
Options in the Go to main
view: Open, Edit shortcut name,
Shortcut icon, Delete shortcut,
Move, List view / Grid view, Help,
and Exit.
Adding shortcuts
Shortcuts can be added only from
pre-installed applications and
functions. Not all applications have
this functionality.
1. Open the application and scroll
to the item that you want to add
as a shortcut to Go to.
2. Select Options → Add to 'Go to'
and press OK.
Note: A shortcut in Go to is
automatically updated if
you move the item it is
pointing to, for example,
from one folder to another.
Using shortcuts:
• To open a shortcut, scroll to the
icon and press
. The file is
opened in the corresponding
application.
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• To delete a shortcut, scroll to the
shortcut you want to remove and
select Options → Delete
shortcut. Removing a shortcut
does not affect the file it is
referring to.
• To change the shortcut name,
select Options → Edit shortcut
name. Write the new name. This
change affects only the shortcut,
not the file or item the shortcut
refers to.
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8. Extras
■ Wallet
Go to Menu →
Extras → Wallet.
Wallet provides you with a storage
area for your personal information,
such as credit and debit card
numbers, addresses and other useful
data, for example, user names and
passwords.
Due to the nature of the wallet, it
will automatically close after 5
minutes. Enter the wallet code to
regain access to the contents. You
can change this automatic time-out
period, if required. See ”Wallet
settings” on page 100.
Options in the wallet main
view: Open, Settings, Help, and Exit.
Entering the wallet code
Each time you open the wallet you
will be prompted for a wallet code.
Enter the code that you have created
and press OK.
When you open the wallet for the
first time, you must create your own
access code:
The information stored in the wallet
can be easily retrieved while
browsing to automatically fill in
online forms on browser pages, for
example, when the service asks for
credit card details. Data in the wallet
is encrypted and protected with a
wallet code that you define.
You can group wallet data into
profiles that can be accessed, for
example for making purchases
online.
1. Enter a code of your choice (4 10 alphanumeric characters), and
press OK.
2. You will be prompted to verify
the code. Enter the same code
and press OK. Do not give your
wallet code to anyone else.
Note: If you enter the wallet
code incorrectly on three
consecutive occasions, the
wallet application is blocked
for five minutes. The block
time increases if further
incorrect wallet codes are
entered.
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Important: If you forget
your wallet code, you will
have to reset the code, and
you will lose all information
stored in the wallet. See
”Resetting the wallet and
wallet code” on page 100.
Storing personal card details
1. Select the Cards category from
the main wallet menu and press
.
2. Select a type of card from the list
and press
.
• Payment cards - Credit and
debit cards
• Loyalty cards - Membership
and store cards
• Online acc. cards - Personal
user names and passwords to
online services
• Address cards - Basic contact
details for home/office
• User info cards - Customised
personal preferences for
online services
3. Select Options → Create new.
An empty form opens.
4. Fill in the fields and press Done.
You can also receive card
information directly to the phone
from a card issuer or service provider
(if they offer this service). You will be
notified which category the card
belongs to. Save or discard the card.
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You can view and rename a saved
card, but you cannot edit it.
You can open, edit or delete the
fields in the card. Any changes will
be saved upon exiting.
Options when viewing or
editing card details: Delete, Help,
and Exit.
Creating personal notes
Personal notes are a means of
storing sensitive information, for
example, a bank account number.
You can access the data in a
personal note from the browser. You
can also send a note as a message.
• Select the Personal notes
category from the main wallet
menu and press
.
• Select Options → Create new.
An empty note opens.
• Press
to start
writing. Press
to clear
characters. Press Done to save.
Creating a wallet profile
Once you have stored your personal
details, you can combine them
together into a wallet profile. Use a
wallet profile to retrieve wallet data
from different cards and categories
to the browser.
1. Select the Wallet profiles
category from the main wallet
menu and press
.
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2. Select Options → Create new. A
new wallet profile form opens.
3. Fill in the fields as indicated
below and press Done.
Some of the fields must contain
data selected from the wallet.
You must save the data under the
relevant category before creating
a wallet profile, or the profile
cannot be created.
• Profile name - Choose and
enter a name for the profile.
• Payment card - Select a card
from the Payment card
category.
• Loyalty card - Select a card
from the Loyalty card
category.
• Online access card - Select a
card from the Online acc. card
category.
• Shipping address - Select an
address from the Address card
category.
• Billing address - By default
this is the same as the
Shipping address. If you
require a different address,
select one from the Address
card category.
• User info card - Select a card
from the User info card
category.
• Receive e-receipt - Select a
destination from the Address
card category.
• Deliver e-receipt - Select To
phone, To e-mail, or To pho. &
e-mail.
• RFID sending - Set to On or
Off. Defines whether, or not,
your unique phone
identification is sent with the
wallet profile (for future
development dependent on
RFID-based ticketing).
Retrieving information from
wallet to your browser
When using online mobile services
supporting the wallet functionality,
you can upload the data stored in
your wallet to automatically enter
your details into an online form. For
example, by uploading your payment
card details you do not need to key
in the card number and expiry date
each time you need them (depending
on the content being browsed). Also,
you can retrieve your user name and
password stored as an access card
when connecting to a mobile service
that requires authentication. See
”Purchasing an item” on page 110.
Viewing ticket details
You can receive notifications of
tickets purchased online via the
browser. Received notifications are
stored in the wallet. To view the
notifications:
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1. Select the Tickets category from
the main wallet menu and press
.
2. Select Options → View.
Note: None of the fields
within the notification can
be modified.
2. Enter the phone’s lock code, and
press OK. See ”Security” on page
83.
Note: This operation erases
all contents of the wallet.
Wallet settings
When opening the wallet again, you
must enter a new wallet code. See
”Entering the wallet code” on page
97.
Select Options → Settings from the
main wallet menu:
■ Calculator
• Wallet code - Change your wallet
code. You will be prompted to
enter the current code, create a
new code, and verify the new
code.
Go to Menu → Extras
→ Calculator
• RFID - Set the phone ID code,
type, and sending options (for
future development dependent
on RFID-based ticketing).
1. Enter the first number of your
calculation. Press
to erase a
mistake in the number.
• Automatic close - Change the
automatic time-out period (1 60 minutes). After the time-out
period has elapsed, the wallet
code must be re-entered to gain
access to the contents.
Resetting the wallet and
wallet code
Options in Calculator: Last
result, Memory, Clear screen, Help,
and Exit.
2. Scroll to an arithmetic function
and press
to select it.
3. Enter the second number.
4. To execute the calculation, scroll
to
and press
.
Note: The Calculator has
limited accuracy and
rounding errors may occur,
especially in long divisions.
To reset both the contents of the
wallet and the wallet code:
1. Key in *#7370925538# in
standby mode.
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• To add a decimal, press
.
• Press and hold
to clear the
result of the previous calculation.
• Use
and
to view previous
calculations and move in the
sheet.
■ Converter
Go to Menu → Extras
→ Converter.
In Converter, you can convert
measures such as Length from one
unit to another, for example, Yards
to Metres.
Note: The Converter has
limited accuracy and
rounding errors may occur.
Converting units
Options in Converter:
Conversion type, Currency rates
(not applicable to other units), Help,
and Exit.
Note: To make currency
conversion you must first
set the exchange rate. See
”Setting a base currency and
exchange rates” on page
101.
1. Scroll to the Type field and press
to open a list of measures.
Scroll to the measure you want to
use and press OK.
2. Scroll to the first Unit field and
press
to open a list of
available units. Select the unit
from which you want to convert
and press OK.
3. Scroll to the next Unit field and
select the unit to which you want
to convert.
4. Scroll to the first Amount field
and key in the value you want to
convert. The other Amount field
changes automatically to show
the converted value.
Press
to add a decimal and
press
for the +, - (for
temperature), and E (exponent)
symbols.
Note: The conversion order
changes if you write a value
in the second Amount field.
The result is shown in the
first Amount field.
Setting a base currency and
exchange rates
Before you can make currency
conversions, you need to choose a
base currency (usually your domestic
currency) and add exchange rates.
Note: The rate of the base
currency is always 1. The
base currency determines
the conversion rates of the
other currencies.
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1. Select Currency as the measure
type and select Options →
Currency rates. A list of
currencies opens and you can see
the current base currency at the
top.
■ Clock
2. To change the base currency,
scroll to the currency (usually
your domestic currency), and
select Options → Set as base
curr..
Options in Clock: Set alarm,
Reset alarm, Remove alarm,
Settings, Help, and Exit.
Important: When you
change the base currency,
all previously set exchange
rates are set to 0 and you
need to key in new rates.
3. Add exchange rates, scroll to the
currency, and key in a new rate,
that is, how many units of the
currency equal one unit of the
base currency you have selected.
4. After you have inserted all the
needed exchange rates, you can
make currency conversions. See
”Converting units” on page 101.
■ Notes
Go to Menu → Extras
→ Notes.
You can link notes to Go to and send
them to other devices. Plain text
files (TXT format) you receive can be
saved to Notes.
• Press
to start to
write. Press
to clear letters.
Press Done to save.
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Go to Menu →
Extras → Clock.
Changing clock settings
• To change the time or date, select
Options → Settings in Clock.
Setting an alarm
1. To set a new alarm, select
Options → Set alarm.
2. Enter the alarm time and press
OK. When the alarm is active, the
indicator is shown.
• To cancel an alarm, go to clock
and select Options → Remove
alarm.
Turning off the alarm
• Press Stop to turn off the alarm.
• Press any key or Snooze to stop
the alarm for five minutes, after
which it will resume. You can do
this a maximum of five times.
If the alarm time is reached while
the phone is switched off, the phone
switches itself on and starts
sounding the alarm tone. If you press
Stop, the phone asks whether you
want to activate the phone for calls.
Press No to switch off the phone or
Yes to make and receive calls.
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Note: Do not press Yes
when wireless phone use is
prohibited or when it may
cause interference or
danger.
Personalising the alarm tone
1. To personalise the alarm tone,
select Options → Settings.
• Select Options → Record sound
clip and scroll to a function and
press
to select it. Use:
- to record,
- to pause,
- to stop,
- to fast
forward,
- to fast rewind, or
- to play an opened sound
file.
2. Scroll to Clock alarm tone and
press
.
■ Games
3. When you scroll through the list
of tones, you can stop on a tone
to listen to it before you make
your selection. Press Select to
select the current tone.
• To start a game, scroll to the
game icon and press
. For
instructions on how to play the
game, press Options → Help.
■ Recorder
■ Memory card
Go to Menu → Extras
→ Recorder.
The voice recorder allows you to
record telephone conversations and
voice memos. If you are recording a
telephone conversation, both parties
will hear a tone every five seconds
during recording.
Recorded files are stored in the
Gallery. See ”Gallery” on page 44.
Options in Recorder: Record
sound clip, Delete, Rename sound
clip, Send, Go to Gallery, Settings,
Add to 'Go to', Help, and Exit.
Note: Obey all local laws
governing recording of calls.
Do not use this feature
illegally.
Go to Menu → Games.
For details on inserting a
memory card into the
phone, see the Getting
Started guide.
Details of how you can use the
memory card with other features
and applications of your phone are
given in the sections describing
these features and applications.
Options in the memory card:
Backup phone mem., Restore from
card, Format mem. card, Memory
card name, Set password, Change
password, Remove password,
Unlock memory card, Memory
details, Help, and Exit.
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If you have a memory card, you can
use it to store your multimedia files
such as video clips and sound files,
photos, messaging data, and to
backup information from your
phone’s memory.
Important: Keep all memory
cards out of the reach of
small children.
Note: Use only compatible
Multimedia cards (MMC)
with this device. Other
memory cards, such as
Secure Digital (SD) cards, do
not fit in the MMC card slot
and are not compatible with
this device. Using an
incompatible memory card
may damage the memory
card as well as the device,
and data stored on the
incompatible card may be
corrupted.
Format memory card
Important: All data stored
on the memory card will be
permanently deleted when
you format it.
You must format a new memory card
before you can use it for the first
time.
• Select Options → Format mem.
card.
Backing up and restoring
information
To back up information from your
phone’s memory to the memory
card, select Options → Backup
phone mem..
To restore information from the
memory card to the phone’s memory,
select Options → Restore from
card.
Note: You can only backup
the phone memory and
restore it to the same model
of phone.
Memory card password
To set a password to lock your
memory card against unauthorised
use, select Options → Set
password.
You will be asked to enter and
confirm your password. The
password can be up to eight
characters long.
Note: The password is stored
in your phone and you don’t
have to enter it again while
you are using the memory
card on the same phone. If
you want to use the memory
card on another phone, you
will be asked for the
password.
You will be asked to confirm your
request and once you confirm,
formatting starts.
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Unlocking a memory card
If you insert another password
protected memory card in your
phone, you will be prompted to enter
the password of the card. To unlock
the card:
• Select Options → Unlock
memory card.
Note: Once the password is
removed, the memory card
is unlocked and can be used
on another phone without a
password.
Checking memory
consumption
You can check the memory
consumption of different data
groups and the available memory for
installing new applications or
software on your memory card:
• Select Options → Memory
details.
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9. Services and Applications
■ Services
(Mobile
browser)
”Setting up the phone for the
browser service” on page 106.
Go to Menu → Services or
press and hold
in standby
mode.
Various service providers maintain
pages specifically designed for
mobile phones, offering services that
can be, for example, news, weather
reports, banking, travel information,
entertainment, and games. With the
mobile browser you can view these
services as WAP pages written in
WML, XHTML pages written in
XHTML, or a mixture of both.
Note: Check the availability
of services, pricing, and
tariffs with your network
operator and/or service
provider. Service providers
will also give you
instructions on how to use
their services.
Basic steps for accessing
• Save the settings that are needed
to access the browser service
that you want to use. See
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• Make a connection to the service.
See ”Making a connection” on
page 107.
• Start browsing the web pages.
See ”Browsing” on page 108.
• End the connection to the
service. See ”Ending a
connection” on page 111.
Setting up the phone for the
browser service
Receiving settings in a smart
message
You may receive service settings in a
special text message, a so-called
smart message, from the network
operator or service provider that
offers the service. See ”Receiving
configuration messages” on page 61.
For more information, contact your
network operator or service provider,
or visit Nokia.com (www.nokia.com).
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Tip! Settings may be
available, for example, on
the website of a network
operator or service provider.
Keying in the settings manually
Follow the instructions given to you
by your service provider.
1. Go to Settings → Connection
settings → Access points and
define the settings for an access
point. See ”Connection settings”
on page 77.
2. Go to Services → Options →
Bookmark manager → Add
bookmark. Write a name for the
bookmark and the address of the
browser page defined for the
current access point.
Making a connection
Once you have stored all the
required connection settings, you
can access browser pages.
There are three different ways to
access browser pages:
• Select the homepage (
your service provider,
) of
• Select a bookmark from the
Bookmarks view, or
• Press the keys
to
start to write the address of a
browser service. The Go to field at
the bottom of the display is
immediately activated and you
can continue writing the address
there.
After you have selected a page or
written the address, press
to
start to download the page. See
”Data connection indicators” on
page 14.
Viewing bookmarks
Note: Your phone may have
some pre-installed
bookmarks for sites not
affiliated with Nokia. Nokia
does not warrant or endorse
these sites. If you choose to
access them, you should
take the same precautions,
for security or content, as
you would with any site.
In the Bookmarks view, you can see
bookmarks pointing to different
kinds of browser pages. Bookmarks
are indicated by the following icons:
- The starting page defined for
the browser access point. If you use
another browser access point for
browsing, the starting page is
changed accordingly.
- A bookmark showing the title.
When you scroll through bookmarks,
you can see the address of the
highlighted bookmark in the Go to
field at the bottom of the display.
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Options in the Bookmarks
view (when a bookmark or folder is
selected): Open, Download, Back to
page, Bookmark manager, Mark/
Unmark, Navigation options,
Advanced options, Send, Find
bookmark, Details, Settings, Help,
and Exit.
Browsing
On a browser page, new links appear
underlined in blue and previously
visited links in purple. Images that
act as links have a blue border
around them.
Adding bookmarks manually
1. In the Bookmarks view, select
Options → Bookmark manager
→ Add bookmark.
Options when browsing: Open,
Service options, Bookmarks, Save
as bookmark, View image,
Navigation options, Advanced
options, Send bookmark, Find,
Details, Settings, Help, and Exit.
2. Start to fill in the fields. Only the
address must be defined. The
default access point is assigned
to the bookmark if no other one is
selected. Press
to enter
special characters such as /, ., :,
and @. Press
to clear
characters.
3. Select Options → Save to save
the bookmark.
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Keys and commands used in
browsing
• To open a link, press
.
• To scroll the view, use the
joystick.
• To enter letters and numbers in a
field, press the keys
.
Press
to enter special
characters such as /, ., :, and @.
Press
to clear characters.
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• To go to the previous page while
browsing, press Back. If Back is
not available, select Options →
Navigation options → History to
view a chronological list of the
pages you have visited during a
browsing session. The history list
is cleared each time a session is
closed.
• To check boxes and make
selections, press
.
• To retrieve the latest content
from the server, select Options
→ Navigation options → Reload.
• To open a sublist of commands or
actions for the currently open
browser page, select Options →
Service options.
• Select Options → Advanced
options → Disconnect to
disconnect from a browser
service and to quit browsing.
Saving bookmarks
• To save a bookmark while
browsing, select Options → Save
as bookmark.
• To save a bookmark received in a
smart message, open the
message in the Inbox in
Messaging and select Options →
Save to bookmarks. See
”Receiving configuration
messages” on page 61.
Viewing saved pages
Options in the Saved pages
view: Open, Back to page, Reload,
Saved pages mngr., Mark/Unmark,
Navigation options, Advanced
options, Details, Settings, Help, and
Exit.
If you regularly browse pages
containing information which
doesn’t change very often, you can
save and then browse them when
offline.
• To save a page, while browsing
select Options → Advanced
options → Save page.
Saved pages are indicated by the
following icon:
- The saved browser page.
In the saved pages view you can
also create folders to store your
saved browser pages.
Folders are indicated by the
following icon:
- Folder containing saved
browser pages.
• To open the Saved pages view,
press
in the Bookmarks view.
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In the Saved pages view, press
to open a saved page.
To start a connection to the browser
service and to retrieve the page
again, select Options → Navigation
options → Reload.
Note: The phone stays
online after you reload the
page.
Downloading
You can download items such as
ringing tones, images, operator
logos, software, and video clips
through the mobile browser. These
items can be provided free or you
can purchase them.
Once downloaded, items are handled
by the respective applications on
your phone, for example a
downloaded photo will be saved in
the Gallery.
Note: Only install software
from sources that offer
adequate protection against
viruses and other harmful
software.
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Note: The information or
services you have accessed
are stored in the cache
memory of the phone. A
cache is a buffer memory
that is used to store data
temporarily. If you have
tried to access or have
accessed confidential
information requiring
passwords (for example,
your bank account), empty
the cache of your phone
after each use. To empty the
cache, select Options →
Navigation options → Clear
cache.
Purchasing an item
To download the item:
1. Scroll to the link and select
Options → Open.
2. Choose the appropriate option to
purchase the item, for example,
Buy.
Carefully read all the information
provided.
If the online content is compatible,
you can use your wallet information
to make the purchase:
1. Select Open wallet. You will be
prompted for your wallet code.
See ”Entering the wallet code” on
page 97.
2. Select the appropriate card
category from your wallet.
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3. Select Fill in. This will upload the
selected wallet information.
If the wallet does not contain all
information necessary for the
purchase, you will be requested to
enter the remaining details
manually.
Note: Copyright protections
may prevent some images,
ringtones and other content
from being copied, modified,
transferred, or forwarded.
Checking an item before
downloading
You can see details about an item
before you download it. Details
about an item may include the price,
a brief description and size.
Ending a connection
• Select Options → Advanced
options → Disconnect, or
• Press and hold to quit browsing
and to return to standby mode.
Browser settings
Select Options →Settings:
• Default access point - If you
want to change the default
access point, press
to open a
list of available access points. The
current default access point is
highlighted. See ”Connection
settings” on page 77.
• Show images - Choose if you
want to view pictures when you
are browsing. If you choose No,
you can later load images during
browsing by selecting Options →
Show images.
• Text wrapping - Choose Off if
you don’t want the text in a
paragraph to automatically wrap,
or On if you do. If text is not
wrapped, the ends of lines may
be truncated.
• Scroll to the link and select
Options → Open.
Details about the item are
displayed on your phone.
• If you want to continue with the
downloading, press Accept, or if
you want to cancel the
download, press Cancel.
• Font size - You can choose five
text sizes in the browser:
Smallest, Small, Normal, Large,
and Largest.
• Default encoding - To make sure
your browser pages display text
characters correctly, select the
appropriate language type.
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• Cookies - Allow /Reject. You can
enable or disable the receiving
and sending of cookies (a means
of content providers to identify
users and their preferences for
frequently used content).
• Conf. DTMF sending - Always /
First time only. Choose whether
you want to confirm before the
phone sends DTMF tones during a
voice call. See ”Options during a
call” on page 22. For example,
you can make a voice call while
you are viewing a browser page,
send DTMF tones while a voice
call is in progress, and save in
Contacts a name and phone
number from a browser page.
• Wallet - Choose On if want the
wallet to open automatically
when a compatible browser page
is opened.
■ Application
manager
from the phone, and monitor the
installation history.
Applications in Application manager
use shared memory. See ”Shared
memory” on page 19.
Options in the Application
manager main view: Install, View
details, View certificate, Update, Go
to web address, Remove, View log,
Send log, Settings, App. downloads,
Help, and Exit.
When you open Application
manager, you can see a list of:
• applications saved in Application
manager,
Go to Menu →
App. manager
• partially installed applications
(indicated by ), and
In Application manager you can
install new Symbian operating
system applications (SIS files) and
Java™ applications (Java MIDlets
and MIDlet suites). You can also
update and uninstall applications
• fully installed applications that
you can remove (indicated by
).
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Note: You can only use
Symbian operating system
applications with a .SIS
extension.
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Note: Your phone supports
J2ME™Java applications. Do
not download
PersonalJava™ applications
to your phone as they
cannot be installed.
Installing applications general information
You can install applications that are
specifically intended for this phone
and suitable for the Symbian
operating system.
Note: If you install an
application that is not
intended specifically for this
phone, it may function and
look different from what
was originally intended.
Applications may be downloaded to
your phone during browsing,
received as attachments in
multimedia messages or e-mails, or
received via Bluetooth or via infrared
from another device, for example a
phone or a compatible PC. If you are
using PC Suite to transfer the
application, place it in the Installs
folder in the File manager.
Important: Only install
applications from sources
that offer adequate
protection against viruses
and other harmful software.
To increase protection, the
application installation system uses
digital signatures and certificates for
applications. Do not install the
application if Application manager
gives a security warning during
installation.
Important: If you install an
application that contains an
update or repair to an
existing application, you
can only restore the original
application if you have the
original application or a full
back-up copy of the
removed application. To
restore the original
application, first remove the
updated or repaired
application and then install
again from the original
application or the back-up
copy.
During installation, the phone
checks the integrity of the
application to be installed. The
phone shows information about the
checks being carried out and you are
given options whether to continue
or cancel the installation. Once the
phone has checked the integrity of
the application, it is installed on
your phone.
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Installing applications
• Open Application manager, scroll
to the application, and select
Options → Install to start the
installation.
• Alternatively, search the phone
memory or the memory card,
select the application, and press
to start the installation.
Some applications may give the
option of partial installation
allowing you to select the particular
components of an application that
you want to install.
If you are installing an application
without a digital signature or a
certificate, the phone warns you of
the risks. Continue installation only
if you are absolutely sure of the
origin and contents of the
application.
Installing Java™
The .JAR file is required for
installation. If it is missing, the
phone may ask you to download it. If
there is no access point defined for
Application manager, you will be
asked to select one. When you are
downloading the .JAR file, you may
need to enter a user name and
password to access the server. You
obtain these from the supplier or
manufacturer of the application.
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• To start a data connection and to
view extra information about the
application, scroll to it and select
Options → Go to web address.
• To start a data connection and to
check if there is an update
available for the application,
scroll to it and select Options →
Update.
Java settings
• To change the default access
point that a Java application uses
for downloading extra data,
select Options → Settings →
Access point. See ”Access points”
on page 80.
• To change the security settings
that determine the actions that a
Java application is permitted to
do, select Options → Settings.
Note: Not all Java
applications permit you to
change the security
settings.
Removing an application
1. To remove an application, scroll
to it and select Options →
Remove.
2. Press Yes to confirm the removal.
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Important: If you remove an
application, you can only
re-install it if you have the
original application or a full
backup of the removed
application. If you remove
an application, you may no
longer be able to open
documents created with
that application. If another
application depends on the
application that you
removed, the other
application may stop
working. Refer to the
documentation of the
installed application for
details.
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10. Connectivity
■ Bluetooth
connection
Go to Menu →
Connectivity → Bluetooth
You can transfer data from your
phone to another compatible device,
for example, a phone, a headset
using Bluetooth technology, or a
computer, via Bluetooth or infrared.
Bluetooth technology enables costfree wireless connections between
electronic devices within a
maximum range of 10 metres. A
Bluetooth connection can be used to
send images, videos, texts, business
cards, calendar notes, or to connect
wirelessly to devices using Bluetooth
technology, such as computers.
Since devices using Bluetooth
technology communicate using
radio waves, your phone and the
other devices do not need to be in
direct line-of-sight.
The two devices only need to be
within a maximum of 10 metres of
each other, although the connection
can be subject to interference from
obstructions such as walls or from
other electronic devices.
Note: This phone is
designed to be compliant
with and to adopt Bluetooth
Specification 1.1. However,
interoperability between
the phone and other
products with Bluetooth
wireless technology
depends also on the profiles
and protocols used. For
more information on the
compatibility between
Bluetooth devices, please
consult your dealer.
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Using Bluetooth technology
consumes the battery and the
phone's operating time will be
reduced. Take this into account
when performing other operations
with your phone.
There may be restrictions on using
devices using Bluetooth technology.
Check with your local authorities.
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Activating Bluetooth
application for the first time
When you activate Bluetooth for the
first time, you are asked to give a
name to your phone.
Note: After you have set
Bluetooth to be active and
changed My phone's
visibility to Shown to all,
your phone and this name
can be seen by other users
with devices using
Bluetooth technology.
• Write a name (max. 30 letters). If
you send data via a Bluetooth
connection before you have given
an individual name to your
phone, the default name will be
used.
Bluetooth settings
To modify Bluetooth settings, scroll
to the setting you want to change
and press
.
connections are ended, and
Bluetooth cannot be used for
sending or receiving data.
• My phone's visibility - If you
select Shown to all, your phone
can be found by other devices
during device search. If you select
Hidden, your phone cannot be
found by other devices during
device search.
• My phone's name - Define a
name for your phone. After you
have set Bluetooth to be active
and changed My phone's
visibility to Shown to all, this
name can be seen by other
devices.
Sending data via Bluetooth
Note: There can be only one
active Bluetooth connection
at a time.
1. Open an application where the
item you wish to send is stored.
For example, to send a photo to
another device, open the Gallery
application.
• Bluetooth - Select On if you
want to use Bluetooth. If you
select Off, all active Bluetooth
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2. Scroll to the item you want to
send and select Options → Send
→ Via Bluetooth.
3. The phone starts to search for
devices within range. Devices
using Bluetooth technology that
are within range start to appear
on the display one by one. You
can see a device icon, the device’s
name, the device type, or a short
name. Paired devices are shown
with
. A paired device is one
where a Bluetooth connection
already exists between your
phone and the other device.
• To interrupt the search, press
Stop. The device list freezes
and you can start to form a
connection to one of the
devices already found.
Note: When searching for
devices, some devices may
show only the unique device
addresses. To find out the
unique address of your
phone, enter the code
*#2820# in standby mode.
Note: If you have searched
for devices earlier, a list of
the devices that were found
previously is shown first. To
start a new search, select
More devices. If you switch
off the phone, the list of
devices is cleared and the
device search needs to be
started again before sending
data.
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4. Scroll to the device you want to
connect with and press Select.
The item you are sending is
copied to Outbox and the note
Connecting is shown.
5. Pairing (if not required by the
other device, go to step 6.)
• If the other device requires
pairing before data can be
transmitted, a tone sounds
and you are asked to enter a
passcode.
• Create your own passcode
(1-16 characters long,
numeric) and agree with the
owner of the other device to
use the same code. This
passcode is used only once
and you do not have to
memorise it.
• After pairing, the device is
saved to the Paired devices
view.
6. When the connection has been
successfully established, the note
Sending data is shown.
Data received via Bluetooth can be
found in the Inbox folder in
Messaging. See ”Inbox - receiving
messages” on page 60.
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Note: Pairing means
authentication. The users of
the devices using Bluetooth
technology should agree
together what the passcode
is, and use the same
passcode for both devices in
order to pair them. Devices
that do not have a user
interface have a preset
passcode.
Icons for different devices:
- Computer,
- Phone,
-Audio/video and
- Bluetooth device.
Note: If sending fails, the
message or data will be
deleted. The Drafts folder in
Messaging does not store
messages sent via
Bluetooth.
Checking the status of the
Bluetooth connection
• When is shown in standby
mode, Bluetooth is active.
• When
is blinking, your phone
is trying to connect to the other
device.
• When
is shown continuously,
the Bluetooth connection is
active.
Paired devices view
Pairing with a device makes device
searches easier and quicker. Paired
devices are easier to recognise, they
are indicated by
in the search
result list. In the Bluetooth main
view, press
to open a list of
paired devices (
).
Options in the paired devices
view: New paired device, Assign
short name, Set as authorised / Set
as unauthorised, Delete, Delete all,
Help, and Exit.
Pairing with a device
1. Select Options → New paired
device in the Paired devices view.
The phone starts to search for
devices within range. Or, if you
have searched for devices earlier,
a list of the devices that were
found previously is shown first.
To start a new search, select
More devices.
2. Scroll to the device you want to
pair with and press Select.
3. Exchange passcodes, see step
”Pairing (if not required by the
other device, go to step 6.)” on
page 118. (Pairing) in the
previous section. The device is
added to the Paired devices list.
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Cancelling pairing
• In the Paired devices view, scroll
to the device whose pairing you
want to cancel and press
or
select Options → Delete. The
device is removed from the Paired
devices list and the pairing is
cancelled.
• If you want to cancel all pairings,
select Options → Delete all.
Note: If you are currently
connected to a device, and
delete the pairing with that
device, the pairing is
removed and the device
connection is terminated,
but the Bluetooth
connection remains active.
Setting a device to be
authorised or unauthorised
After you have paired with a device,
you can set it to be authorised or
unauthorised:
Authorised - Connections between
your phone and this device can be
made without your knowledge. No
separate acceptance or
authorisation is needed. Use this
status for your own devices, for
example, your PC, or devices that
belong to someone you trust. The
icon is added next to authorised
devices in the Paired devices view.
• In the Paired devices view, scroll
to the device and select Options
→ Set as authorised / Set as
unauthorised.
Receiving data via Bluetooth
When you receive data via
Bluetooth, a tone sound is played
and you are asked if you want to
accept the message. If you accept,
the item is placed in the Inbox folder
in Messaging. Messages received via
Bluetooth are indicated by
. See
”Inbox - receiving messages” on
page 60.
Closing the Bluetooth
connection
A Bluetooth connection is
disconnected automatically after
sending or receiving data.
Unauthorised (default) - Connection
requests from this device need to be
accepted separately every time.
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■ Infrared
connection
Go to Menu → Connectivity →
Infrared
Via infrared, you can send or receive
data such as business cards and
calendar notes to and from a
compatible phone or data device.
Do not point the IR (infrared) beam
at anyone's eye or allow it to
interfere with other IR devices. This
device is a Class 1 Laser product.
Sending and receiving data
via infrared
All items which are received via
infrared are placed in the Inbox
folder in Messaging. New infrared
messages are indicated by
. See
”Inbox - receiving messages” on
page 60.
1. Make sure that the infrared ports
of the sending and receiving
devices are pointing at each
other and that there are no
obstructions between the
devices. The preferable distance
between the two devices is one
metre at most. To find the
infrared port, see the Keys and
parts section in the Getting
Started guide.
2. The user of the receiving device
activates the infrared port.
To activate the infrared port of
your phone to receive data via
infrared, go to Menu →
Connectivity → Infrared and
press
.
3. The user of the sending device
selects the desired infrared
function to start data transfer.
To send data via infrared, select
Options → Send → via infrared
in an application.
If data transfer is not started within
one minute after the activation of
the infrared port, the connection is
cancelled and must be started again.
Note: Windows 2000: To be
able to use infrared to
transfer files between your
phone and a compatible
computer, go to Control
Panel and select Wireless
Link. In the Wireless Link File
Transfer tab check the Allow
others to send files to your
computer using infrared.
Checking the status of the
infrared connection
• When
blinks, your phone is
trying to connect to the other
device or a connection has been
lost.
• When
is shown
continuously, the infrared
connection is active and your
phone is ready to send and
receive data via its infrared port.
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■ Connection
manager
Go to Menu →
Connectivity → Connection
manager
In Connection manager you can
identify the status of multiple data
connections, view details on the
amount of data sent and received,
for example, and end unused
connections.
Note: The actual time
invoiced for calls by your
service provider may vary,
depending upon network
features, rounding-off for
billing, and so forth.
Options in the Connection
manager main view when there are
one or more connections: Details,
Disconnect, Disconnect all, Help
and Exit.
Viewing connection details
To view the details of a connection,
scroll to a connection and select
Options → Details The following is
displayed:
Note: You can view details
of data connections only.
Voice calls are not listed.
When you open Connection
manager, you can see a list of:
• open data connections, - Data
call, - High sp. GSM,
- GPRS
• the status of each connection, or
• amount of data uploaded and
downloaded for each connection
(GPRS connections only), or
Name - the name of the Internet
access point (IAP) in use, or ’Modem
connection’ if the connection is a
dial-up connection.
Bearer - the type of data
connection: Data call, High sp.
GSM, or GPRS.
Status - the current status of the
connection.
Received - the amount of data, in
bytes, received to the phone.
Sent - the amount of data, in bytes,
sent from the phone.
Duration - the length of time that
the connection has been open.
• the duration of each connection
(GSM and high-speed data
connections only).
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Speed - the current speed of both
sending and receiving data in kB/s
(kilobytes per second).
Dial-up (GSM) - the dial-up number
used, or Name (GPRS) - access point
name used.
Shared (not displayed if the
connection is not shared) - the
number of applications using the
same connection.
Ending connections
• Scroll to a connection and select
Options → Disconnect to end
that connection only, or
• Select Options → Disconnect all
to close all currently open
connections.
■ Connecting your phone
to a compatible
computer
For further information on how to
make a connection to a compatible
computer via infrared or Bluetooth,
and how to install PC Suite, see the
Installation Guide for PC Suite on
the CD-ROM in the ‘Install software’
section. For further information on
how to use PC Suite, see the help
function on PC suite.
Using the CD-ROM
The CD-ROM should launch itself
after you have inserted it into the
CD-ROM drive of your compatible
PC. If not, proceed as follows:
1. Click the Window Start button
and select Programs → Windows
Explorer.
2. On the CD-ROM drive, locate a
file called setup.exe and doubleclick it. The CD-ROM interface
opens.
3. You can find PC Suite in the
‘Install’ section. Double-click ‘PC
Suite for Nokia 6600’. The
installation wizard will guide you
through the installation process.
Using your phone
as a modem
Use your phone as a
modem to connect to the Internet
with a compatible PC, or to send and
receive faxes.
Detailed installation instructions
can be found in Quick guide for
Modem Options for Nokia 6600 on
the CD-ROM supplied with the
phone.
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Connectivity
■ Sync - remote
synchronisation
Creating a new
synchronisation profile
Go to Menu →
Connectivity → Sync
Options in the Remote sync
main view: Synchronise, New sync
profile, Edit sync profile, Delete,
View log, Help, and Exit.
The Sync application enables you to
synchronise your calendar or
contacts with various calendar and
address book applications on a
compatible computer or on the
Internet. Synchronisation takes
place over a GSM data call or packet
data connection.
1. If no profiles have been defined,
the phone asks you if you want to
create a new profile. Select Yes.
To create a new profile in
addition to existing ones, select
Options → New sync profile.
Choose whether you want to use
the default setting values or copy
the values from an existing
profile to be used as the basis for
the new profile.
2. Define the following:
Sync profile name - Write a
descriptive name for the profile.
The synchronisation application uses
SyncML technology for
synchronisation. For information on
SyncML compatibility, please
contact the supplier of the calendar
or address book application you
want to synchronise your phone
data with.
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Access point - Select an access
point you want to use for the
data connection.
Host address- Contact your
service provider or system
administrator for the correct
values.
Port - Contact your service
provider or system administrator
for the correct values.
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User name - Your user ID for the
synchronisation server. Contact
your service provider or system
administrator for your correct ID.
Password - Write your password.
Contact your service provider or
system administrator for the
correct value.
3. To choose the items that you
want to synchronise press
and select Yes in the appropriate
fields.
3. After synchronisation is
complete, select Options → View
log to open a log file showing the
synchronisation status
(Complete or Incomplete) and
how many calendar or contact
entries have been added,
updated, deleted, or discarded
(not synchronised) in the phone
or on the server.
4. Press Done to save the settings.
Synchronising data
In the Sync main view, you can see
the different profiles, and what kind
of data will be synchronised:
Calendar, Contacts, or both.
1. In the main view, scroll to a
profile and select Options →
Synchronise. The status of the
synchronisation is shown at the
bottom of the screen.
To cancel synchronisation before
it is finished, press Cancel.
2. You are notified when the
synchronisation has been
completed.
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Troubleshooting
11. Troubleshooting
Memory low
When one of the following notes is
shown, the phone memory is low
and you must delete some data: Not
enough memory to perform
operation. Delete some data first. or
Memory low. Delete some data. To
view what kind of data you have and
how much memory the different
data groups consume, go to File
manager and select Options →
Memory details.
You may want to delete the
following items regularly to avoid
memory getting low:
• messages from the Inbox, Drafts,
and Sent folders in Messaging,
• retrieved e-mail messages from
the phone memory,
• saved browser pages, and
• images, video clips and sound
clips in the Gallery.
If you want to delete contact
information, calendar notes, call
timers, call cost timers, game scores,
or any other data, go to the
respective application to remove the
data.
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If you are deleting multiple items
and one of the following notes is
shown again: Not enough memory
to perform operation. Delete some
data first. or Memory low. Delete
some data., try deleting items one
by one (starting from the smallest
item).
Clearing calendar memory - To
remove more than one event at a
time, go to the Month view and
select Options → Delete entry →
and either:
• Before date - to delete all
calendar notes which take place
before a certain date. Enter the
date before which all calendar
notes will be deleted, or
• All entries - to delete all calendar
notes.
Erasing log information - To erase
all the log contents, Recent calls
register, and Messaging delivery
reports permanently, go to Logs,
press
, and select Options →
Clear log or go to Settings → Log
duration → No log.
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Different ways to store data:
• Use PC Suite to take a backup
copy of all data to your computer.
See ”Connecting your phone to a
compatible computer” on page
123.
• Send images to your e-mail
address and then save the images
to your computer (network
service).
• Send data via infrared or
Bluetooth to another compatible
device.
• Store data on a compatible
memory card.
■ Q&A
Phone display
• Q: Why do missing, discoloured,
or bright dots appear on the
screen every time I turn on my
phone?
A: This is a characteristic of this
type of display. Some displays
may contain pixels or dots that
remain on or off. This is normal,
not a fault.
Camera
• Q: Why do images look smudgy?
A: Check that the camera lens
protection window is clean. See
”Care and maintenance” on page
135.
• Q: Why are there random
coloured dots in display when
phone is in Night mode?
A: When increasing the
sensitivity and luminosity of the
camera in night mode which
increases the clarity of pictures,
it also increases coloured dots in
display.
Bluetooth
• Q: Why can’t I end a Bluetooth
connection?
A: If another device is pairing
with your phone but not sending
data, and leaves the device
connection open, then the only
way to disconnect it is to
deactivate the Bluetooth link
altogether. Go to Bluetooth and
select the setting Bluetooth →
Off.
• Q: Why can’t I find a device using
Bluetooth technology.
A: Check that both have
activated Bluetooth.
Check that the distance between
the two devices is not over 10
metres or that there are no walls
or other obstructions between
the devices.
Check that the other device is not
in ‘Hidden’ mode.
Check that both devices are
compatible.
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Troubleshooting
Multimedia messaging
• Q: What should I do when the
phone tells me that it cannot
receive a multimedia message
because memory is full?
A: The amount of memory needed
is indicated in the error message:
Not enough memory to retrieve
message. Delete some data first.
To view what kind of data you
have and how much memory the
different data groups consume,
go to File manager and select
Options → Memory details.
• Q: How can I end the data
connection when the phone
starts a data connection again
and again?
A: The phone is trying to retrieve
a multimedia message from the
multimedia messaging centre.
Check that the settings for
multimedia messaging have been
defined correctly and that there
are no mistakes in phone
numbers or addresses. Go to
Messaging and select Options
→ Settings → Multimedia
message.
To stop the phone from making a
data connection, you have the
following options. Go to
Messaging and select Options
→ Settings → Multimedia
message, and then:
• Select On receiving msg. →
Defer retrieval if you want the
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multimedia messaging centre
to save the message to be
retrieved later, for example,
after you have checked the
settings. After this change,
the phone still needs to send
information notes to the
network. When you want to
retrieve the message, select
Retr. immediately.
• Select On receiving msg. →
Reject message - if you want
to reject all incoming
multimedia messages. After
this change, the phone needs
to send information notes to
the network and the
multimedia messaging centre
will delete all multimedia
messages that are waiting to
be sent to you.
• Select Multimedia reception
→ Off - if you want to ignore
all incoming multimedia
messages. After this change
the phone will not make any
network connections related
to multimedia messaging.
Messaging
• Q: Why can’t I select a contact?
A: If you cannot select a contact
in the Contacts directory, the
contact card does not have a
phone number or an e-mail
address. Add the missing
information to the contact card
in the Contacts application.
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Calendar
• Q: Why are the week numbers
missing?
A: If you have changed the
Calendar settings so that the
week starts on a day other than
Monday, then the week numbers
will not be shown.
Browser services
• Q: What should I do if my phone
displays: No valid access point
defined. Define one in Services
settings.
A: Insert the proper browser
settings. Contact your service
provider for instructions. See
”Setting up the phone for the
browser service” on page 106.
Log
• Q: Why does the log appear
empty?
A: You may have activated a
filter, and no communication
events fitting that filter have
been logged. To see all events,
select Options → Filter → All
communication.
PC connectivity
• Q: Why do I have problems in
connecting the phone to my PC?
A: Make sure that PC Suite is
installed and running on your PC.
See the Installation guide for PC
Suite on the CD-ROM in the
’Install’ section. For further
information on how to use PC
Suite, see the help function of PC
suite.
Access codes
• Q: What is my password for the
lock code, PIN code, or PUK code?
A: The default lock code is
12345. If you forget or lose the
lock code, contact your phone
dealer.
If you forget or lose a PIN or PUK
code, or if you have not received
such a code, contact your service
provider.
For information about passwords,
contact your access point
provider, for example, a
commercial Internet service
provider (ISP), service provider, or
network operator.
Application not responding
• Q: How do I close an application
that is not responding?
A: Open the application
switching window by pressing
and holding . Then scroll to the
application, and press
to
close the application.
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Battery information
12. Battery information
■ Charging and
Discharging
Your phone is powered by a
rechargeable battery.
Note that a new battery's full
performance is achieved only after
two or three complete charge and
discharge cycles!
The battery can be charged and
discharged hundreds of times but it
will eventually wear out. When the
operating time (talk-time and
standby time) is noticeably shorter
than normal, it is time to buy a new
battery.
Use only batteries approved by the
phone manufacturer and recharge
your battery only with the chargers
approved by the manufacturer.
Unplug the charger when not in use.
Do not leave the battery connected
to a charger for longer than a week,
since overcharging may shorten its
lifetime. If left unused a fully
charged battery will discharge itself
over time.
Temperature extremes can affect the
ability of your battery to charge.
Do not short-circuit the battery.
Accidental short-circuiting can
occur when a metallic object (coin,
clip or pen) causes direct connection
of the + and - terminals of the
battery (metal strips on the battery)
for example when you carry a spare
battery in your pocket or purse.
Short-circuiting the terminals may
damage the battery or the
connecting object.
Leaving the battery in hot or cold
places, such as in a closed car in
summer or winter conditions, will
reduce the capacity and lifetime of
the battery. Always try to keep the
battery between 15°C and 25°C
(59°F and 77°F). A phone with a hot
or cold battery may temporarily not
work, even when the battery is fully
charged. Battery’s performance is
particularly limited in temperatures
well below freezing.
Do not dispose of batteries in a fire!
Dispose of batteries according to
local regulations (e.g. recycling). Do
not dispose of as household waste.
Remove the battery only when the
phone is switched off.
Use the battery only for its intended
purpose.
Never use any charger or battery
that is damaged.
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Enhancement
13. Enhancement
A new extensive range of
enhancements is available for your
phone. Select the enhancements
which accommodate your specific
communication needs. Some of the
enhancements are described in
detail below.
Some of the enhancements are
described in detail below.
List of compatible enhancements:
• Keep the enhancements out of
small children's reach.
1. Wireless Headset HDW-2
2. Wireless Clip-on Headset HS-3W
3. Boom Headset HDB-5
4. Headset HDC-5
5. Headset HDE-2
6. Dual Headset HDD-1
7. Retractable Headset HDC-10
8. Wireless Car Kit CK-1W
9. Plug-in HF Car Kit PPH-1
10.Microphone HFM-8
11. Mobile Holder MBC-19
12.Headrest Handsfree BHF-2
For availability of the
enhancements, please check with
your local dealer. A few
practicalrules for enhancements
operation:
• When you disconnect the
powercord of any accessory,
grasp and pull the plug, not the
cord.
• Check regularly that all mobile
phone equipment in a vehicle is
mounted and operating properly.
Use only batteries, chargers and
enhancements approved by the
phone manufacturer. The use of
any other types may invalidate any
approval or warranty applying to
the phone, and may be dangerous.
13.Mobile Charger LCH-12
14.Carrying Cases
15.Memory Unit DTS-128
16.Nokia Image Viewer SU-2
17.Nokia Observation Camera PT-2
18.Nokia Digital Pen SU-1B
19.Battery BL-5C
20.Travel Charger ACP-12
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Enhancement
■ Battery
■ Wireless Clip-on
Headset HS-3W
Type Tech Talktime*
Standby*
BL-5C Li-lon Up to 2-4 hrs Up to 150240 hrs
* Variation in operation times may
occur depending on SIM card,
network and usage settings, usage
style and environments.
■ Wireless Headset
HDW-2
Easy-to-wear wireless headset with
a clip-on main body and earpiece for
both business and pleasure. The
headset uses Bluetooth wireless
technology between the main body
and a compatible phone. Basic call
handling from headset and LED
indicating active wireless
connection.
• Wireless audio connection
between a compatible phone and
headset.
• Small, lightweight device.
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■ Boom Headset HDB-5
■ Memory Unit DTS-128
The Nokia Boom Headset with an
answer/end button provides you
with convenient, portable handsfree.
The "over the ear" -concept brings a
trendy alternative to handsfree use.
Comfortable to wear and easy to
carry.
• Provides more memory power for
your Nokia 6600.
• You can load new software
applications to the phone and
save files such as images, wave
sounds, faxes, and documents.
• You can also have different
memory cards for different
applications or separate contacts
directories for business and
personal use.
■ Nokia Image Viewer
SU-2
■ Wireless Car Kit
CK-1W
This kit includes:
• Remote Control Button CUW-2
• Handsfree Unit HFW-1
• Microphone HFM-8
• Speaker HFS-12
• Power Cable PCU-4
View and share pictures at work or at
home by sending your images
wirelessly from the compatible
phone to the Nokia Image Viewer
connected to your compatible TV or
video projector. Powered by primary
batteries, it is easy to take with you.
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Enhancement
■ Nokia Digital Pen
SU-1B
Use your digital pen to create
colourful, personalized messages
and send them to your compatible
phone using Bluetooth technology,
and forward them via MMS. You can
also use your pen to store your notes
on your compatible PC.
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■ Travel Charger ACP-12
A fast and efficient way to charge
your phone battery. Suitable for
active travelers. Powerful
multivoltage charger.
Note: Plug types vary according to
different markets.
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Care and maintenance
14. Care and maintenance
Your phone is a product of superior
design and craftsmanship and should be
treated with care. The suggestions below
will help you to fulfil any warranty
obligations and to enjoy this product for
many years.
• Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning
solvents, or strong detergents to
clean the phone.
• Keep the phone and all its parts and
enhancements out of the reach of
small children.
• Use a soft, clean and dry cloth to
clean the camera lens.
• Keep the phone dry. Precipitation,
humidity and all types of liquids or
moisture can contain minerals that
will corrode electronic circuits.
• Do not use or store the phone in
dusty, dirty areas. Its moving parts
can be damaged.
• Do not store the phone in hot areas.
High temperatures can shorten the
life of electronic devices, damage
batteries, and warp or melt certain
plastics.
• Do not paint the phone. Paint can
clog the moving parts and prevent
proper operation.
• Use only the supplied or an approved
replacement antenna. Unauthorised
antennas, modifications or
attachments could damage the
phone and may violate regulations
governing radio devices.
All of the above suggestions apply
equally to your phone, battery, charger or
any enhancement. If any of them are not
working properly, take it to your nearest
qualified service facility. The personnel
there will assist you and, if necessary,
arrange for service.
• Do not store the phone in cold areas.
When it warms up (to its normal
temperature), moisture can form
inside, which may damage electronic
circuit boards.
• Do not attempt to open the phone.
Non-expert handling may damage it.
• Do not drop, knock or shake the
phone. Rough handling can break
internal circuit boards.
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Important safety information
15. Important safety information
■ Traffic Safety
■ Electronic devices
Do not use a hand-held telephone while
driving a vehicle. Always secure the
phone in its holder; do not place the
phone on the passenger seat or where it
can break loose in a collision or sudden
stop.
Most modern electronic equipment is
shielded from radio frequency (RF)
signals. However, certain electronic
equipment may not be shielded against
the RF signals from your wireless phone.
Remember road safety always comes
first!
Pacemakers
■ Operating environment
Remember to follow any special
regulations in force in any area and
always switch off your phone whenever it
is forbidden to use it, or when it may
cause interference or danger.
Use the phone only in its normal
operating positions.
To maintain compliance with RF
exposure guidelines only use Nokia
approved enhancements. When the
phone is on and being worn on the body,
always use a Nokia approved carrying
case.
Parts of the phone are magnetic. Metallic
materials may be attracted to the phone,
and persons with a hearing aid should
not hold the phone to the ear with the
hearing aid. Always secure the phone in
its holder, because metallic materials
may be attracted by the earpiece. Do not
place credit cards or other magnetic
storage media near the phone, because
information stored on them may be
erased.
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Pacemaker manufacturers recommend
that a minimum separation of 20 cm (6
inches) be maintained between a
handheld wireless phone and a
pacemaker to avoid potential
interference with the pacemaker. These
recommendations are consistent with
the independent research by and
recommendations of Wireless
Technology Research. Persons with
pacemakers:
• Should always keep the phone more
than 20 cm (6 inches) from their
pacemaker when the phone is
switched on;
• Should not carry the phone in a
breast pocket;
• Should use the ear opposite the
pacemaker to minimise the potential
for interference.
• If you have any reason to suspect that
interference is taking place, switch
off your phone immediately.
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Hearing aids
Some digital wireless phones may
interfere with some hearing aids. In the
event of such interference, you may want
to consult your service provider.
Other medical devices
Operation of any radio transmitting
equipment, including cellular phones,
may interfere with the functionality of
inadequately protected medical devices.
Consult a physician or the manufacturer
of the medical device to determine if they
are adequately shielded from external RF
energy or if you have any questions.
Switch off your phone in health care
facilities when any regulations posted in
these areas instruct you to do so.
Hospitals or health care facilities may be
using equipment that could be sensitive
to external RF energy.
Vehicles
RF signals may affect improperly
installed or inadequately shielded
electronic systems in motor vehicles (e.g.
electronic fuel injection systems,
electronic anti-skid (anti-lock) braking
systems, electronic speed control
systems, air bag systems). Check with the
manufacturer or its representative
regarding your vehicle. You should also
consult the manufacturer of any
equipment that has been added to your
vehicle.
Posted facilities
Switch your phone off in any facility
where posted notices so require.
■ Potentially explosive
atmospheres
Switch off your phone when in any area
with a potentially explosive atmosphere
and obey all signs and instructions.
Sparks in such areas could cause an
explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury
or even death.
Users are advised to switch off the phone
when at a refuelling point (service
station). Users are reminded of the need
to observe restrictions on the use of radio
equipment in fuel depots (fuel storage
and distribution areas), chemical plants
or where blasting operations are in
progress.
Areas with a potentially explosive
atmosphere are often but not always
clearly marked. They include below deck
on boats; chemical transfer or storage
facilities; vehicles using liquified
petroleum gas (such as propane or
butane); areas where the air contains
chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust
or metal powders; and any other area
where you would normally be advised to
turn off your vehicle engine.
■ Vehicles
Only qualified personnel should service
the phone, or install the phone in a
vehicle. Faulty installation or service may
be dangerous and may invalidate any
warranty which may apply to the unit.
Check regularly that all wireless phone
equipment in your vehicle is mounted
and operating properly.
Do not store or carry flammable liquids,
gases or explosive materials in the same
compartment as the phone, its parts or
enhancements.
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Important safety information
For vehicles equipped with an air bag,
remember that an air bag inflates with
great force. Do not place objects,
including both installed or portable
wireless equipment in the area over the
air bag or in the air bag deployment area.
If in-vehicle wireless equipment is
improperly installed and the air bag
inflates, serious injury could result.
Using your phone while in the air is
prohibited. Switch off your phone before
boarding an aircraft. The use of wireless
telephones in an aircraft may be
dangerous to the operation of the
aircraft, disrupt the wireless telephone
network and may be illegal.
To make an emergency call:
1. If the phone is not on, switch it on.
Check for adequate signal strength.
Some networks may require that a
valid SIM card is properly inserted in
the phone.
2. Press as many times as needed (e.g.
to exit a call, to exit a menu, etc.) to
clear the display and ready the phone
for calls.
3. Key in the emergency number for
your present location (e.g. 112 or
other official emergency number).
Emergency numbers vary by location.
4. Press the
key.
Failure to observe these instructions may
lead to suspension or denial of telephone
services to the offender, or legal action or
both.
If certain features are in use, you may
first need to turn those features off
before you can make an emergency call.
Consult this guide and your local cellular
service provider.
■ Emergency calls
When making an emergency call,
remember to give all the necessary
information as accurately as possible.
Remember that your wireless phone may
be the only means of communication at
the scene of an accident - do not cut off
the call until given permission to do so.
Important: This phone, like any
wireless phone, operates using radio
signals, wireless and landline networks as
well as user-programmed functions.
Because of this, connections in all
conditions can not be guaranteed.
Therefore you should never rely solely
upon any wireless phone for essential
communications (e.g. medical
emergencies).
Emergency calls may not be possible on
all wireless phone networks or when
certain network services and/or phone
features are in use. Check with local
service providers.
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Important safety information
■ Certification information
(SAR)
THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS
INTERNATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR
EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
Your mobile phone is a radio transmitter
and receiver. It is designed and
manufactured not to exceed the limits
for exposure to radio frequency (RF)
recommended by international
guidelines (ICNIRP). These limits are part
of comprehensive guidelines and
establish permitted levels of RF energy
for the general population. The guidelines
were developed by independent scientific
organisations through periodic and
thorough evaluation of scientific studies.
The guidelines include a substantial
safety margin designed to assure the
safety of all persons, regardless of age
and health.
The exposure standard for mobile phones
employs a unit of measurement known as
the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The
SAR limit stated in the international
guidelines is 2.0 W/kg*. Tests for SAR are
conducted using standard operating
positions with the phone transmitting at
its highest certified power level in all
tested frequency bands. Although the
SAR is determined at the highest
certified power level, the actual SAR of
the phone while operating can be well
below the maximum value. This is
because the phone is designed to operate
at multiple power levels so as to use only
the power required to reach the network.
In general, the closer you are to a base
station, the lower the power output of
the phone.
The highest SAR value for this model
phone when tested for use at the ear is
0.80 W/kg. While there may be
differences between the SAR levels of
various phones and at various positions,
they all meet the relevant international
guidelines for RF exposure.
This product meets RF exposure
guidelines when used either in the
normal use position against the ear or
when positioned at least 1.5 cm away
from the body. When a carry case, belt
clip or holder is used for body-worn
operation, it should not contain metal
and should position the product at least
1.5 cm away from your body.
* The SAR limit for mobile phones used by
the public is 2.0 watts/kilogram (W/kg)
averaged over ten grams of body tissue.
The guidelines incorporate a substantial
margin of safety to give additional
protection for the public and to account
for any variations in measurements. SAR
values may vary depending on national
reporting requirements and the network
band. For SAR information in other
regions please look under product
information at www.nokia.com.
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Index
A
Access codes 83
Access points 77
Settings 80
Access points, glossary explanation 77
Activating loudspeaker 18
Alarm clock 102
Snooze 102
Animations 40
Answering a call 22
Automatic 88
Application manager 112
Applications
Adding voice commands 90
Installing 114
Java application settings 114
Removing files 114
Attachments
Retrieving 66
Viewing 66
Automatic answer 88
B
Background images 46
Barring calls 86
Battery 132
Battery information 130
type 132
Bluetooth 116
Cancelling pairing 120
Closing the connection 120
Connection requests 118
Connection status indicators 119
Device icons 119
Pairing 118
Pairing requests 118
Passcode, glossary explanation 119
Preset passcode 119
Receiving data 120
Sending data 117
Settings 117
Unique device address 118
Boom Headset HDB-5 133
140
Browser
Browser access points, see Access
points
Connecting 107
Ending connections 111
Icons 107
Service message settings 73
Service messages 62, 63
WAP pages 106
XHTML pages 106
Browsing 108
C
Calculator 100
Calendar 32
Alarm 35
Alarm tone 34
Calendar entry fields 33
Deleting many entries
simultaneously 126
Settings 34
Stopping alarms 35
Views 33
Call barring 86
Call register
See Log
Calling 20
Calls
Answering 22
Conference calls 21
Dialled 24
Diverting 22
Duration 25
International 20
Missed 24
Options during a call 22
Received 24
Rejecting 22
Settings 76
Settings for diverting 23
Speed dialling 21
Transferring 22
Using the Contacts directory 20
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Camera 37
Image types 39
Memory consumption 40
Self-timer 38
Settings 38
Care and maintenance 135
CD-ROM 123
Cell broadcast messages 69
Cell info display 87
Certificates 85
Trust settings 86
Certification information (SAR) 139
Charges
Packet data 79
Clearing memory
Calendar entries 126
Log information 126
Clip
See Video recorder
Clock 102
Alarm 102
Settings 102
Computer connections 123
Conference calls 21
Configuration messages
Receiving 61
Connecting to a PC 123
Connection
Viewing 122
Connection indicators
Bluetooth 119
Data connections 14
Infrared 121
Connection Manager 122
Connection settings 77
Contact cards
Adding voice tags 29
Assigning default numbers and
addresses 28
Assigning speed dialling numbers 30
Attaching ringing tones 31
Changing voice tags 30, 91
Deleting voice tags 30, 91
Inserting images 28
Listening to voice tags 30, 91
Removing ringing tones 31
Voice tags 29
Contact groups 31
Adding ringing tones 31
Contacts
Data Import 36
Converter 101
Adding exchange rates 102
Converting currencies 101
Converting units 101
Copying
Contacts between the SIM card and
phone memory 27
Text 53
Creating
Contact cards 27
Cutting
Text 54
D
Data connections
Indicators 14
Settings 78
Data connections to network
Ending 123
Viewing 122
Data Import
Contacts 36
Date, settings 83
Deleting
Calendar entries 32
Delivery reports 49
Dialled numbers 24
Digital rights management 110
Display settings 76
Diverting calls 22
Downloading files to the Gallery 46
E
Editing
Calendar entries 32
Contact cards 27
Text 50
Themes 94
E-mail 58
Attachments 66
Deleting 67
Offline 64
Online 64
Opening 65
Remote mailbox 63
Retrieving from mailbox 65
Saving attachments 67
Settings 72
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Favourites
Adding a shortcut 95
File formats
RealOne Player 43
SIS file 112
File manager 88
Files
Opening 45
Fixed dialling 84
Folders
Creating 17
Opening 45
Organising 17
Images 45
Adding to a contact card 28
Full screen 41
Keyboard shortcuts when viewing
images 41
Memory consumption 40
Moving the focus 41
Rotating 41
Wallpapers folder 46
Zooming 41
Importing data from other Nokia
phones 36
in 34
Indicators 13
Data connections 14
Info service 69
Infrared 121
Installing applications 114
Installing Java files 114
Internet access points (IAP)
See Access points
ISP
See Internet service provider
G
J
Gallery 44
Downloading files from the
Internet 46
Folders 45
Picture messages 46
Uploading images 46
Games 103
General settings 75
GIF animations 40
Go to 95
GPRS
See Packet data
GPRS connections 122
GSM data connections 122
Java
Installing Java applications 114
See Applications.
Emergency calls 138
Enhancement 131
Enhancements
Settings 87
Erasing
Log 26
Recent calls register 25
F
H
Handsfree
See Loudspeaker
Headset 18
Help 16
I
Idle state
See Standby mode
Image modes 39
Image server 46
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K
Keyguard 18
L
Language
for writing 75
Listening to messages 21
Lock code 84
Log
Erasing contents 26
Filtering 26
Recent calls 24
Settings 26
Loopset
Activating 88
Loudspeaker 18
Activating 18
Turning off 18
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M
Mailbox 63
Disconnecting 66
Making calls 20
Media files
File formats 43
Mute 44
Playing 43
Seek 44
Media gallery 44
Background images 46
Memory
Viewing memory details 88
Memory card 104
Backup 104
Consumption 105
Format 104
Password 104
Restore 104
Unlock 105
Video clips 104
Memory low
Troubleshooting 126
Viewing memory consumption 105
Menu 14
Menu key 14
Rearranging the main Menu 15
Messaging
Delivery reports 49
Inbox 60
Main view 48
Messages on the SIM card 68
Multimedia messages 56
My folders 63
Outbox 68
Picture messages 55
Sent folder settings 74
Settings 69
Text messages 55
Writing e-mail 58
Writing text 50
Missed calls 24
Mobile browser 106
Modem
Using your phone as a modem 123
Multimedia messages 56
Creating 57
Viewing 61
Multimedia presentation
Viewing 61
Music files
See Media files
Mute 44
My folders 63
N
Nokia Digital Pen SU-1B 134
Nokia Image Viewer SU-2 133
Notes 102
O
Offline 64
Online 64
Opening 45
Organising
Menu 15
Outbox 68
P
Packet data 78
Connection timer 26
Data counter 26
Pricing 79
Settings 82
Pairing, glossary explanation 119
Password
Memory card 104
Pasting
Text 54
PC Suite 123
Personal notes 98
Personalisation 93
Personalise 93
Alarm 103
Calendar alarm tone 34
Phonebook
See Contacts
Picture messages 46
Pictures 46
Taking 37
PIN code 83
Unblocking 83
Playing media files 43
Predictive text input 51
Tips 52
Turning off 53
Prices for packet data 79
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Profiles 92
Adding voice tags 90
Renaming 93
Settings 92
R
RealOne Player 43
File formats 43
Playing media files 43
Settings 44
Streaming 43
Received calls 24
Receiving
Data via Bluetooth 120
Data via infrared 121
Ringing tones, Operator logos, and
settings, see Configuration messages
Recent calls register 24
Call duration 25
Dialled numbers 24
Erasing call lists 25
Missed calls 24
Received calls 24
Recorder, recording sounds 103
Recording video 42
Recording voice commands 90
Recording voice tags 29
Rejecting calls 22
Remote mailbox 63
Disconnecting 66
Remote synchronisation 124
Removing an application 114
Removing software 114
Reports 49
Ringing tones 92
Adding a personal ringing tone 31
Muting 22
Receiving in a smart message 62
Settings 92
S
Safety information
Electronic devices 136
Emergency calls 138
Operating environment 136
Potentially explosive atmospheres 137
Traffic safety 136
Vehicles 137
SAR value 139
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Saving wallpapers 46
Screen saver
Settings 76
Security
Access codes 83
Security certificates 85
Settings 83
Seek 44
Self-timer (camera) 38
Sending
Data via Bluetooth 117
Data via infrared 121
Service command editor 69
Service provider for data connections,
glossary explanation 77
Services (Mobile browser) 106
Settings 75
Access codes 83
Applications (Java™) 114
Bluetooth 117
Browser service messages 73
Calendar 34
Call barring 86
Call diverting 23
Camera 38
Certificates 85
Clock 102
Connection 77
Date and time 83
Device settings 75
Display 76
E-mail 72
Enhancements 87
Fixed dialling 84
General 75
Info service 73
Lock code 84
Log 26
Messaging 69
Messaging, Sent folder 74
PIN code 83
RealOne Player 44
Security 83
Sounds 92
Text messages 69
Video recorder 42
Wallet 100
Shared memory 19
Shortcuts
in Favourites 95
in Images 41
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SIM card
Copying names and numbers 27
Messages 68
SIS file 112
Snooze 102
Software
Removing 114
Transferring a .SIS file to your
phone 113
Sound clips 45
Sound files
See Media files
Sounds 92
Removing a personal ringing tone 31
Speed dialling 30
Making calls 21
Standby mode 12
Indicators 13
Settings 76
Stopping
Alarm clock 102
Calendar alarm 35
Storing data 127
Switching between applications 15
Synchronisation
See Remote synchronisation.
SyncML
See Remote synchronisation.
T
Taking pictures 37
Text input 50
Text messages 55
Writing and sending 55
Text templates 63
Themes 93
Editing 94
Restoring 95
Thumbnails
In a contact card 28
Tickets 99
Time, settings 83
To do 35
To-do 35
Tones 92
Traditional text input 50
Transferring calls 22
Travel Charger ACP-12 134
Troubleshooting 126
U
Unit converter 101
Uploading images 46
USSD commands 69
V
Video clips 45
See Media files
Video player
See RealOne Player
Video recorder 41
Memory card 43
Saving video clips 42
Settings 42
Viewing
Connection details 122
GIF animations 40
Multimedia presentations 61
Network data connection details 122
Voice commands 89
Adding 90
Starting applications 90
Voice dialling 29
Voice mailbox 21
Changing the number 21
Diverting calls to voice mailbox 23
Voice messages 21
Voice recorder 103
Voice tags 29
Adding 29
Changing 30, 91
Deleting 30, 91
Listening 30, 91
Making calls 30
Volume control 17
W
Wallet 97
Creating a wallet profile 98
Creating personal notes 98
Entering the Wallet code 97
Reset 100
Retrieving data into browser 99
Settings 100
Storing card details 98
Viewing ticket details 99
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Wallet code 97
Reset 100
Wallet profile 98
WAP pages
Browser 106
Wireless Car Kit CK-1W 133
Wireless Clip-on Headset HS-3W 132
Wireless Headset HDW-2 132
Writing 50
Predictive text input 51
Predictive text input, turning off 53
Traditional text input 50
X
XHTML pages
Browser 106
Z
Zooming 41
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