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9310245
User Guide
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Nokia 3620 and
Nokia 3660
User Guide
The wireless phones described in this guide are approved for use in the GSM network.
LEGAL INFORMATION
Part No. 9310245, Issue No. 1 1 1
Copyright ©2003 Nokia. All rights reserved.
Nokia, Nokia Connecting People, Nokia 3620, Nokia 3660, and the Nokia Original Enhancements
logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Nokia Corporation. All other product and
company names mentioned herein may be trademarks or tradenames of their respective owners.
Printed in Canada October 2003
US Patent No 5818437 and other pending patents.
T9 text input software Copyright ©1999-2003. Tegic Communications, Inc. All rights reserved.
Includes RSA BSAFE cryptographic or security protocol software from RSA Security.
Java is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Bluetooth is a registered trademark of Bluetooth SIG, Inc.
The information in this user guide was written for the Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660 phones.
Nokia operates a policy of ongoing development. Nokia reserves the right to make changes and
improvements to any of the products described in this document without prior notice.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL NOKIA BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS OF DATA OR
INCOME OR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, AND CONSEQUENTIAL OR INDIRECT DAMAGES
HOWSOEVER CAUSED.
THE CONTENTS OF THIS DOCUMENT ARE PROVIDED “AS IS.” EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY
APPLICABLE LAW, NO WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE MADE IN RELATION TO THE ACCURACY AND RELIABILITY OR
CONTENTS OF THIS DOCUMENT. NOKIA RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REVISE THIS DOCUMENT OR
WITHDRAW IT AT ANY TIME WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE.
EXPORT CONTROLS
This product contains commodities, technology or software exported from the United States
in accordance with the Export Administration regulations. Diversion contrary to U.S. law
is prohibited.
FCC/INDUSTRY CANADA NOTICE
Your phone may cause TV or radio interference (for example, when using a telephone in close
proximity to receiving equipment). The FCC or Industry Canada can require you to stop using
your telephone if such interference cannot be eliminated. If you require assistance, contact
your local service facility. This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. This device contains
a radio transceiver and digital circuitry that supports its features. Operation of the digital device
circuitry is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference
that may cause undesired operation.
Modifications to this device not authorized by Nokia may void the authority granted for
operation of this device and should not be made.
Contents
1
For your safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
2
General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Register your phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Follow graphic clues. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Network services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Contact Nokia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Learn about accessibility solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660 phones at a glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Understand your phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Options lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Navigation bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Actions common to all applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Volume control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Loudspeaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Headset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Shared memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
3
Your phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Make a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Answer a call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Log—call log and general log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
SIM folder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
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4
Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Change general settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Phone settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Call settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Connection settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Access points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Date and time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Call restriction (system service). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Enhancement settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
5
Contacts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Create contact cards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Copy between SIM card and phone memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Edit contact cards. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
View a contact card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Manage contact groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Import data from other Nokia phones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
6
Camera and images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Take pictures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Store pictures in images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
7
Video recorder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Record a video clip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Watch a video clip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
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8
RealOne Player™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Play media files. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69
Send media files . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Change the settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
9
Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Messaging—General information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Write text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Copy text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Create and send new messages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Text messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Multimedia messages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
E-mail messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Inbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
My folders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Remote mailbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Outbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
View messages on a SIM card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Cell broadcast (system service) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Service command editor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Messaging settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
10 Profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Change the profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Customize profiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
11 Favorites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Add shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Shortcut options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
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12 Calendar and To-do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Create calendar entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Set calendar alarms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Send calendar entries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
To-do . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Import data from other Nokia phones . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
13 Extras. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Calculator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Composer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Converter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Clock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120
Recorder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Memory card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
14 Services (XHTML) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
Basic steps for accessing the web. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
Phone browser service settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
Browsing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
View saved pages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
Download through the browser. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130
End a connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
Browser settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
15 Java™ Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
Install a Java application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
Java application settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
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16 Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
Install applications and software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136
Install software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137
Remove software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138
View memory consumption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
17 Connectivity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
Bluetooth connection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140
Infrared connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146
Connect your phone to a computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
Use your phone as a modem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
18 PC Suite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
PC Suite documentation and help. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
Software and hardware requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
Install PC Suite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
Connect your phone to the PC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151
Start PC Suite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Online and offline modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
Connection status. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
PC Suite applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
Remove PC Suite from your PC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
19 Reference information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
Battery statements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
Use proper care and maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159
Understand important safety information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160
Certification information (SAR). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164
Enhancements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166
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Nokia 3620 technical information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171
Nokia 3660 technical information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173
Appendix A Message from the CTIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
Appendix B Message from the FDA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191
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For your safety
1 For your safety
Read these simple guidelines. Breaking the rules may be dangerous or
illegal. Further detailed information is given in this user guide.
Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use is
prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.
ROAD SAFETY COMES FIRST
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 REFUELING
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.
USE SENSIBLY
Use only in the normal position. Don't touch the antenna
unnecessarily.
QUALIFIED SERVICE
Only qualified personnel may install or repair phone equipment.
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ENHANCEMENTS AND BATTERIES
Use only approved enhancements and batteries. Do not
connect incompatible products.
WATER-RESISTANCE
Your phone is not water-resistant. 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 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
.
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.
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General information
2 General information
Congratulations on your purchase of a Nokia mobile phone. Your phone
provides many functions which are practical for daily use, such as a digital
camera, a video recorder, messaging, e-mail, a clock, an alarm clock, a
calculator, and a calendar. A variety of Xpress-on™ color covers are also
available. Your phone can connect to a PC, laptop, or other device using
Bluetooth technology or the built-in IR port. For more information on
connectivity, refer to the PC Connectivity Guide. The PC Connectivity
guide, Nokia PC Suite, and all related software can be downloaded from
the U.S. Mobile Phone products section of www.nokia.com.
• REGISTER YOUR PHONE
Make sure to register your phone at www.warranty.nokiausa.com or call
1-888-NOKIA-2U (1-888-665-4228) so that we can serve your needs
better if you should need to call the center or have your phone repaired.
When you register your phone, you can sign up for the Nokia e-newsletter,
Nokia Connections. You will receive tips and tricks on using your phone,
enhancement information, and special offers.
• FOLLOW GRAPHIC CLUES
This guide uses certain icons to alert you to important information.
Note: Explains a feature or points out an important concept.
Important: Indicates critical information on using a feature.
Warning: Helps you avoid personal injury, damage to the phone,
or property damage.
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• NETWORK SERVICES
The wireless phones described in this guide are approved for use on the
following networks:
•
Nokia 3620: GSM 850 and 1900
•
Nokia 3660: GSM 900, 1800, and 1900
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.
Note: Some networks may not support all language-dependent
characters and/or services.
Warning: All of the features in this device, other than the alarm,
require the phone to be switched on to use the features. Do not
switch the phone on when wireless phone use may cause
interference or danger.
Check the model number of any charger before use with this device.
This device is intended for use when supplied with power from ACP-12U,
ACP-8U, LCH-9, and LCH-12.
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.
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
• CONTACT NOKIA
To help Nokia promptly answer your questions, please have the following
information available before contacting the Nokia Customer Care Center:
• Your phone model number:
Nokia 3620
Nokia 3660
• Type number
• IMEI number
• Your local zip code
• The phone or enhancement in question
Note: The model, type, and IMEI numbers are located on the back
of your phone under the battery and memory card.
Nokia Customer Care Center, USA
Nokia Mobile Phones
7725 Woodland Center Blvd.
Suite #150
Tampa, Florida 33614
Tel: 1-888-NOKIA-2U
(1-888-665-4228)
Fax: 1-813-249-9619
For TTY/TDD users: 1-800-24-NOKIA
(1-800-246-6542)
Customer Care,
Canada
Nokia Products Ltd.
601 Westney Road South
Ajax, Ontario L1S 4N7
Tel: 1-888-22-NOKIA
(1-888-226-6542)
Website: www.nokia.ca
• LEARN ABOUT ACCESSIBILITY SOLUTIONS
Nokia is committed to making mobile phones easy to use for all individuals
including those with disabilities. For more information, visit
www.nokiaaccessibility.com.
For more information on accessibility enhancements, see “Mobile Inductive
Loopset LPS-3” on p. 168 and “Phone Adapter HDA-9” on p. 168.
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• NOKIA 3620 AND NOKIA 3660 PHONES AT A GLANCE
1
Power key ( )
(on top of the phone)
2
Earpiece
3
Display screen
4
Left selection key
5
Send key (
6
Edit key ( )
Insert numbers,
symbols, or
punctuation into
text messages.
7
1
2
)
3
Menu key ( )
Opens the main
menu screen.
Accesses all
applications.
4
5
8
* key (
)
7
9
# key (
)
10 Clear key (
)
11 End key (
)
13
12
11
6
10
12 Right selection key
8
9
13 Scroll key
Used to navigate up, down, left, and right on the display screen and
adjust volume during a call. Press the center to select or open items,
snap pictures, etc.
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General information
• UNDERSTAND YOUR PHONE
Insert the SIM card and load the battery
Important: Keep all miniature SIM cards out of the reach of
small children.
Note: Before removing the covers, always switch off the power and
disconnect the phone from the charger or any other device. Always
store and use the phone with the covers attached.
1
Open the cover with
the back of the phone
facing you. Press the
locking catch (1) in
the direction of the
arrow and slide the
cover (2).
1
2
2
Remove the battery
and find the SIM card
slot (3).
3
Place the SIM card carefully into the
slot. Make sure that the beveled corner
on the SIM card faces the bottom of
the phone and that the golden contact
area on the card faces downward.
4
Camera lens
3
4 Slide the silver catch over the SIM card to
secure it. (4).
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5
Replace the battery (5).
Align the golden contacts
of the battery with the
corresponding connectors
on the phone, and push the
opposite end of the battery
until it snaps into place.
Replace the cover.
5
Charge the battery
1
Connect the lead to the charger. You will hear it click into place.
2
Connect the charger to an ac
wall outlet.
3
Connect the lead from the charger
to the base of the phone. The battery
indicator bar starts scrolling. Note,
that you can use the phone
while charging.
4
When the battery is fully charged,
the bar stops scrolling. Disconnect
the charger from the phone and
then from the ac outlet. See also “Battery statements” on p. 158.
Note: Remove the battery only when the phone is switched off.
Switch the phone on or off
Press and hold the power key
located on top of the phone.
Warning: Do not switch on the
phone when wireless phone use
is prohibited or when it may
cause interference or danger.
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General information
Antenna
Your phone has a built-in antenna (gray area in
picture). As with any other radio transmitting
device, do not touch the antenna unnecessarily
when the phone is switched on.
Contact with the antenna affects call quality
and may cause the phone to operate at a higher
power level than otherwise needed. Not touching
the antenna area during a phone call optimizes
the antenna performance and the talk time of
your phone.
PIN code
The PIN code is usually supplied with the SIM card. If you are requested to
enter a PIN code, Key in the code (displayed as ****) and press
OK.
Security code
If you are requested to enter a security code, key in the security code
(displayed as *****) and press
OK.
The factory setting for the security code is 12345. For more information
on the access codes, see “Security” on p. 44.
Time and date
Use the number keys 1–9 to key in the current time and then the date.
Press
OK to accept the settings.
The Scroll key
Press the Scroll key on the top
,
bottom
, left
and right
(shown
with blue arrows 1 to 4) to move in the
Menu. Scroll to an application or a folder
and press the Scroll key in the middle
(shown with blue arrow 5) to open it.
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5
3
1
4
2
For example:
1 To open an Options list, press
Options. The small arrow at the bottom
of the display (1) indicates if the list
contains more items. The lighter the
arrow, the fewer the items left in the list.
2
To scroll down the Options list, press
. A small arrow to the right (2)
indicates a sublist. To open a sublist,
press
.
2
1
To start an action, scroll to a command
and press
.
3
Press
to go to a tab (3), a new page,
or view in an application.
3
Make a call
1
In the standby mode, key in the phone number, including the area
code. If you make a mistake, press
to clear numbers.
2
Press
and wait for the answer.
3
Press
to finish the call (or to cancel the call attempt).
Copy from SIM card to phone memory
If you have stored names and phone numbers on a SIM card, you can copy
them to the phone memory.
1
Press
to open the main Menu.
2
Use the Scroll key to move to Contacts.
3
Press
4
When you open Contacts for the first time, the phone asks you if you
want to copy all your contact data from the SIM card to the phone
memory. Press
OK.
to open Contacts.
See also “Copy between SIM card and phone memory” on p. 50.
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General information
Keyguard
Use the keyguard (keypad lock) to prevent the keys from being
accidentally pressed.
To lock: Press
and the * key. When the keys are locked,
appears on the display.
To unlock: Press
and the * key.
When the keyguard is on, press
the phone can be operated normally.
to answer a call. During a call,
Note: When Keyguard is on, calls to the emergency number
programmed into your phone (for example, 911) may be possible.
Key in the emergency number and press
. The number is
displayed after you have keyed in the last digit.
Shortcuts in the standby mode
•
Press
•
Press
to open a list of the last dialed numbers. You can then press
to view received and missed calls lists.
to open the main Menu.
•
Press
•
To change the profile, press
•
Press the 1 key and
to call your voice mailbox. See “Call your
voice mailbox” on p. 22.
to open Contacts.
briefly and select the profile.
Shortcuts in editors
•
Press
to open a list of commands related to writing and editing
text. Press
to switch between predictive, traditional text input
and number mode (Predictive text→ Predictive text on, Alpha mode,
or Number mode).
•
As you write, press the 1 key repeatedly to access different kinds of
special characters, or press the * key to open a list of special characters.
•
Press the 0 key to enter a space.
•
Use
to mark items. Press and hold
and at the same time, move
the Scroll key to mark text to be copied or erased.
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Other shortcuts
In the main Menu, press and hold
to view all the applications that are
currently open. From this view, you can switch between applications by
scrolling to one and pressing
.
Standby mode
The indicators described are
shown when the phone is ready
for use, with no characters
keyed in. In this state, the phone
is in the standby mode.
B
C
A
D
A
E
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 the
GPRS connection has been
F
set to When available and a
connection is available in
the system or in the current cell. See “GPRS Packet data” on p. 38, and
“GPRS” on p. 43.
B
Shows an analog or a digital clock. Also see settings for “Date and
time” on p. 43 and settings for Background image in “Standby mode”
on p. 34.
C
Indicates which cellular system the phone is currently using.
D
Shows the battery charge level. The higher the bar, the more charge
there is left in the battery.
E
Navigation bar: shows the currently active profile. If the selected
profile is Normal, the current date is displayed instead of the profile
name. For further information, see “Navigation bar” on p. 17 and
“Profiles” on p. 106.
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General information
F Shows the current shortcuts assigned for the selection keys
and
.
Note: Your phone has a screen saver. If there are no actions for five
minutes, the display is cleared and a screen saver becomes visible. To
deactivate the screen saver, press any key. See “Display” on p. 34.
You can change the selection key shortcuts and the background image.
See the settings for “Standby mode” on p. 34.
Icons
Several icons may appear on the main screen while the phone is in the
standby mode. The icons that are displayed depend on whether they are
related to activity, data connections, or enhancements.
ACTIVITY INDICATORS
One or more of the following icons may be shown to indicate that an
activity has occurred:
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. For further information, see
“Memory low” on p. 173.
Indicates that you have received new e-mail.
Indicates that you have received one or more voice messages.
See “Call your voice mailbox” on p. 22.
Indicates that there are messages waiting to be sent in Outbox.
See “Outbox” on p. 97.
Indicates that Ringing options has been set to Silent and
Message alert tone to None in the currently active profile.
See “Profiles” on p. 106.
Indicates that the phone’s keypad is locked.
Indicates that you have an active alarm. See “Clock” on p. 120.
Indicates that a Bluetooth connection is active. Note that, when
data is transmitted using a Bluetooth connection,
is shown.
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Indicates that all calls to the phone are forwarded. Indicates
that all calls to the phone are forwarded to a voice mailbox. See
“Settings for call forwarding” on p. 25. If you have two phone
lines, the forward indicator for the first line is
and for the
second line
. See “Line in use (system service)” on p. 35.
Indicates that you can make calls using phone line 2 only
(system service). See “Line in use (system service)” on p. 35.
DATA CONNECTION INDICATORS
When an application is establishing a data connection, one of the indicators
below blinks in the standby mode. When an indicator is shown continuously,
the connection is active.
for a data call
for a high-speed data call
shown instead of the antenna symbol when there is an active
GPRS connection
for when the GPRS connection is put on hold during voice calls
for a fax call
for a Bluetooth connection
for an infrared connection
Note: Check with your service provider for availability of
high-speed data calls.
ENHANCEMENT INDICATORS
The following icons indicate that an enhancement is connected to your phone:
a headset is connected
a Loopset is connected
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General information
• MENU
Press
(Menu key) to open the main Menu.
In the Menu, you can access all the
applications in your phone.
Options in the Menu are: Open, List view /
Grid view, Move, Move to folder, New folder,
Help, and Exit.
•
Move in the Menu—Press the Scroll key
on the top
, bottom
, left
and
right
(shown with blue arrows 1 to 4)
to move in the Menu.
•
Open applications or
folders— Scroll to an
application or a folder
and press the Scroll key in
the middle
to open it.
•
Close applications—Backstep
by pressing
Back
or Exit as many times as
is needed to return to the
standby mode or select
Options→ Exit.
Use the Scroll key to move
If you press and hold
, the phone returns to the standby mode and the
application is left open in the background.
Pressing
always ends a call, even if another application is active
and displayed.
When you switch the phone off, applications are closed and any unsaved
data is saved automatically.
Select Options→ List view if you want to view the applications in a list.
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Rearrange the Menu
You can rearrange the Menu in any order you
like. You can move applications that you use
more often from a folder to the Menu, and
place applications you use less often in folders.
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.
Switch 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 open applications. Scroll to
an application and press
.
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
In this user guide, you can see the Options list commands that tell you what
commands are available in different views and situations. The available
commands change depending on the view you are in. In some situations,
when you press the Scroll key, a shorter options list appears showing only
the main commands available in the view.
Online help
Your phone has a help function that you can access from any application
or view. Press
Options→ Help to access the online help.
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General information
• NAVIGATION BAR
In the navigation bar, you can see:
•
Small arrows or tabs which tell you if there are more views, folders,
or files you can move to.
•
Editing indicators, see “Write text” on p. 76.
•
Other information, for example, 2/14
in the following figure 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
Open items for viewing
If you want to open an item when you are viewing a list of files or folders,
scroll to the item and press the Scroll key, or select Options→ Open.
Edit 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.
Rename items
To give a new name to a file or folder, scroll to it and select
Options→ Rename.
Remove, delete items
Scroll to the item and select Options→ Delete or press
many items at a time, you first need to mark them.
. To delete
Mark 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 the Scroll key at the same time.
A check mark is placed next to the item.
• To select all items in the list, select Option→ Mark/Unmark→ Mark all.
For information on how to insert text and numbers, see “Write text” on
p. 76.
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Mark multiple items
Press and hold
and at the same time move the Scroll key 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 Scroll key 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 the Scroll key at the same time.
Create folders
To create a new folder, select Options→ New folder. You are asked to give
a name to the folder (max. 35 letters).
Move 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.
Search for items
You can search for a name, file, folder, or
shortcut by using the search field. In some
situations the search field is not visible
automatically, and you can activate it by
selecting Options→ Find or just by starting
to key in letters.
1
To search for an item, start to key in text
in the search field. The phone immediately
starts to search for matches and moves
the selection to the best match.
To make the search more accurate, key in more letters and the
selection moves to the item that best matches the letters.
2
When the correct item is found, press
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to open it.
General information
• VOLUME CONTROL
When you have an active call or are listening to a sound, press
increase or
to decrease the volume level.
to
• 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. The loudspeaker can be used during a call, with
sound applications, and when viewing multimedia messages. RealOne Player™
uses the loudspeaker by default when you watch a video. Using the
loudspeaker makes it easier to use other applications during a call.
Voice volume icons:
—for earpiece mode.
—for loudspeaker mode.
ACTIVATE THE LOUDSPEAKER
To use the loudspeaker during an already active call, select Options→
Activate loudsp. or press
Loudsp.. A tone is played,
is
shown in the navigation bar, and the volume indicator changes.
Volume indicators for earpiece and loudspeaker modes
are shown in the navigation bar.
Note: The loudspeaker cannot be activated when you have a
headset connected to the phone.
Important: Do not hold the phone near 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 Composer and Recorder use the
loudspeaker by default.
TURN OFF THE LOUDSPEAKER
When you have an active call or a sound is playing, select Options→
Activate handset or press
Handset.
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• HEADSET
To adjust the volume level when a headset is connected to your phone,
press
or
or use the headset’s keys.
• SHARED MEMORY
The following features in your phone use shared memory: contacts, text,
text messages, multimedia messages, images and ringing tones, video
recorder and player, 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
3 Your phone
• MAKE A CALL
1
In the standby mode, key in the phone number, including the area code.
Press
or
to move the cursor. Press
to remove a number.
For international calls, press the * key 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.
To adjust the volume during a call, press
decrease the volume level.
to increase and
to
Note: Calls described here as international may, in some cases, be
made between regions of the same nation.
2
Press
to call the number.
3
Press
to end the call (or to cancel the call attempt).
Normal position: Hold the phone as you would hold any other telephone.
Note: Pressing
will always end a call, even if another application
is active and displayed on the display.
Make a call using the Contacts directory
1
To open the Contacts directory, 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.
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Call your voice mailbox
The voice mailbox (system service) is an answering machine where callers
who are unable to reach you can leave you voice messages.
•
To call your voice mailbox, press the 1 key and
standby mode.
in the
•
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 also “Settings for call forwarding” on p. 25.
Each phone line may have its own voice mailbox number, see “Line in use
(system service)” on p. 35.
If your voice mail requires you to enter a password every time you call to
listen to your voice messages, you may want to add a touch tone number
after the voice mailbox number. This way the password is given
automatically every time you call your voice mail. For example,
1234567p1234# where 1234 is the password and ‘p’ inserts a pause.
Change the voice mailbox number
To change the phone number of your voice mailbox, go to Menu→ Tools→
Voice mail and select Options→ Change number. Key in the number
(obtained from your service provider) and press OK.
1-touch dialing
To view the 1-touch dialing grid, go to Menu→ Tools→ 1-touch dial.
•
Assign a phone number to one of the 1-touch dialing keys (the 2–9
keys), see “Assign 1-touch dialing keys” on p. 55.
•
To call the number: In the standby mode, press the corresponding
1-touch dialing key and
. If the 1-touch dialing function is set to
On, press and hold the corresponding 1-touch dialing key until the call
is started.
Make a conference call
Conference calling is a system service that allows you to make a conference
call with a maximum of six participants, including yourself.
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Your phone
1
Make a call to the first participant.
2
To make a call to a new participant, select Options→ New call.
3
Key in or search the memory for the phone number of the participant
and press OK. The first call is automatically put on hold.
4
When the new call has been answered, join the first participant in the
conference call. Select Options→Conference.
5
To add a new person to the call, repeat step 2 and then select
Options→ Conference→ Add to conference.
6
•
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,
select Options→ Add to 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.
To end the active conference call, press
.
A conference call with two participants
is shown.
The quickest way to make a new call is to
dial the number and press
to start the
call. The existing call is automatically put
on hold.
• ANSWER A CALL
•
•
To answer an incoming call, press
To end the call, press
.
If you do not want to answer a call, press
to voice mail.
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.
. The caller will be directed
Note: If you have activated the Call forward→ If busy function to
forward calls, for example, to your voice mailbox, rejecting an
incoming call will also forward the call. See “Settings for call
forwarding” on p. 25.
When a call comes in, press
Silence to quickly mute the ringing
tone. If you then want the call to be directed to voice mail, press
again for Decline.
To adjust the ringing tones for different environments and events, for
example, when you want your phone to be silent, see “Profiles” on p. 106.
Note: It is possible that the phone assigns a wrong name for the
phone number. This happens if the phone number of the caller is not
stored in Contacts but the seven last digits of the number match
another number that is stored in Contacts. In this case, call
identification is not correct.
Call waiting (system service)
If you have activated the Call waiting service,
the system will notify you of a new incoming
call while you have a call in progress. See “Call
waiting (system service)” on p. 35.
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.
2 To end the active call, press
.
To end both calls at the same time, select Options→ End all calls and
press OK.
Options during a call
Many options that you can use during a call are system services.
Press Options during a call for some of the following options:
Mute or Unmute, End active call, End all calls, Hold or Unhold, Handset,
BT handsfree, New call, Conference, Private, Drop participant, Answer,
and Decline.
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Your phone
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.
Send touch tones is used to send touch tone strings, for example, passwords
or bank account numbers.
1
Key in the digits with the 0–9 keys.
Each keystroke generates a touch tone, which is transmitted while the
call is active. Press the * key repeatedly to produce: *, p (inserts a pause
of about two seconds before, or between touch tone characters.), and w
(if you use this character, the remaining sequence is not sent until you
press Send again during the call). Press the # key to produce #.
2
To send the tone, press OK.
You can also store a sequence of touch tones for a contact card. When
you make a call to the contact, you can retrieve the sequence. Add touch
tones to the phone number or Touch tone fields in a contact card.
Note: Touch tones are the tones you hear when you press the number
keys on the phone keypad. Touch tones allow you to communicate
with voice mailboxes and computerized telephony systems.
Settings for call forwarding
When call forwarding is activated, you can direct your incoming calls to
another number, for example, to your voice mailbox number. For details,
contact your service provider.
Go to Menu→ Tools→ Forward.
•
Select one of the forward options, for example, select If busy to
forward voice calls when your number is busy or when you decline
incoming calls.
•
Select Options→ Activate to set the forward setting on, Cancel to set
the forward setting off, or Check status to check whether the forward
is activated or not.
•
To cancel all active forwards, select Options→ Cancel all forwards.
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For information about the forward indicators, see “Activity indicators”
on p. 13.
Note: Rejection of incoming calls and call forwarding cannot be
active at the same time. See “Call restriction (system service)” on
p. 48.
• LOG—CALL LOG AND GENERAL LOG
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: The Log does not track sent messages. To view a list of sent
messages, go to Messaging→ Sent.
Note: Connections to your remote mailbox, multimedia messaging
center, or browser pages are shown as data calls or packet data
connections in the general communications log.
Recent calls log
Go to Menu→ Log→ Recent calls.
The phone registers the phone numbers of missed, received, and dialed
calls. The phone registers missed and received calls only if the system
supports these functions, and the phone is switched on and within the
system’s service area.
Options in the Missed, Received, Dialed views are: Call, Use number,
Delete, Clear list, Add to Contacts, Help, and Exit.
Icons
for missed calls
for received calls
for dialed numbers
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Your phone
MISSED CALLS AND RECEIVED CALLS
To view the phone numbers of the last 20 missed calls, go to Log→ Recent
calls→ Missed calls.
When you see a note in the 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
.
To view a list of the 20 numbers or names from which you have most
recently accepted calls (system service), go to Log→ Recent calls→
Received calls.
DIALED NUMBERS
Press
in the standby mode to open the Dialed numbers view.
To view the 20 phone numbers that you have most recently called or
attempted to call, go to Log→ Recent calls→ Dialed numbers.
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 log you want to erase and
select Options→ Clear list.
•
To clear an individual event, open a log, scroll to the event,
and press
.
Call timers
Go to Menu→ Log→ Call timers.
Allows you to view the duration of your incoming and outgoing calls. If
you want the call duration timer to be displayed during your active calls,
select Log→ Call timers, and then select Options→ Settings→ Show call
duration→ Yes.
Note: Some timers, including the life timer, may be reset during
service or software upgrades.
Erasing call duration timers—Select Log→ Call timers, and then select
Options→ Clear timers. For this you need the lock code. See “Security” on
p. 44. To clear an individual event, scroll to it and press
.
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Call costs (system service)
Go to Log→ Call costs.
Call costs allows you to check the cost of
the last call or all calls. The call costs are
displayed separately for each SIM card.
The actual invoice for calls and services from
your service provider may vary, depending
upon system features, rounding-off for
billing, taxes, and so forth.
CALL COSTS LIMIT
Your service provider can limit the cost of
your calls to a certain amount of charging units or units of currency.
When the limited charging mode is active, calls can be made only as long
as the preset credit limit (call cost limit) is not exceeded and you are in a
system that supports call cost limit. The number of remaining units is
shown during a call and in the standby mode. When the charging units
have expired, the note Call cost limit reached is displayed. Contact your
service provider for information on the limited charging mode and
charging unit prices.
COST SHOWN AS CHARGING UNITS OR CURRENCY
You can set the phone to show the remaining talk-time in charging units
or units of currency. For this, you may need the PIN2 code. See “Security”
on p. 44.
1 Select Options→ Settings→ Show costs in. The options are Currency
and Units.
2 If you choose Currency, a note requesting you to write the unit price
is shown. Key in the cost of your home system charging or credit unit
and press OK.
3 Write a name for the currency. Use a three-letter abbreviation, for
example, USD.
Note: When no more charging units or currency units are left, calls
may only be possible to the emergency number programmed into
your phone (such as 911 or other official emergency numbers).
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SET A CALL COST LIMIT
1 Select Options→ Settings→ Call cost limit→ On.
2
The phone requests you to enter the limit in units. For this you may
need the PIN2 code. Depending on the Show costs in setting, enter
either the amount of charging units or currency.
When the charging limit you have set yourself is reached, the counter
stops at its maximum value and the note Reset all calls' cost counter is
displayed. To be able to make calls, go to Options→ Settings→ Call cost
limit→ Off. For this you need the PIN2 code. See “Security” on p. 44.
Note: The actual invoice for calls and services from your service
provider may vary, depending upon system features, rounding-off for
billing, taxes and so forth.
ERASE CALL COST COUNTERS
Select Options→ Clear counters. For this you need the PIN2 code. To clear
an individual event, scroll to it and press
.
GPRS data counter
Go to Log→ GPRS counter.
Allows you to check the amount of data sent and received during packet
data (GPRS) connections. Check with your service provider for information
on how you will be charged.
View 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.
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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FILTER THE LOG
1 Select Options→ Filter. A list of
filters opens.
2
Scroll to a filter and press Select.
You cannot get to the Filter option unless
there are already calls in the log.
ERASE THE CONTENTS OF THE LOG
To permanently erase all the log contents,
recent calls log, and messaging delivery
reports permanently, select Options→
Clear log. Confirm by pressing OK.
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.
Icons
for incoming
for outgoing
for missed communication events
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.
If you select No log, all the log contents, Recent calls log, and
Messaging delivery reports are permanently deleted.
•
For Call duration, Show costs in, Call cost limit, see “Call timers” on
p. 27 and “Call costs (system service)” on p. 28.
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Your phone
• SIM FOLDER
Go to Menu→ SIM.
Your SIM card may provide additional services that you can
access in this folder. See also “Copy between SIM card and phone
memory” on p. 50, “Confirm SIM service actions” on p. 46, “Fixed dialing”
on p. 45, and “View messages on a SIM card” on p. 98.
In the SIM directory, you can see the names and numbers stored on the
SIM card, you can add or edit them, and you can make calls. To view the
SIM directory, go to Menu→ SIM→ SIM direct.
Options in the SIM directory are: Open, Call, New SIM Contact, Edit,
Delete, Mark/Unmark, Copy to Contacts, Own numbers, SIM details, Help,
and Exit.
Note: For availability, rates and information on using SIM services,
contact your SIM card vendor, e.g. system operator, service provider,
or other vendor.
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4 Settings
• CHANGE 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 settings slider such as the
Contrast setting. Press
or
to increase or decrease the value.
Note: You may be able to receive some settings from your service
provider in a text message.
• PHONE SETTINGS
General
Phone language—You can change the language for the display texts in
your phone. This change will 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.
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Settings
Writing language—You can change the writing language of your phone
permanently. Changing the language affects:
•
The characters available when you press any key (1–9).
•
The predictive text dictionary used.
•
The special characters that are available when you press the * and the
1 keys.
You can also make this change in some of the editors. Press
Writing language.
and select
Example: You are using a phone where the display texts are in English but
you want to write all your messages in French. After you change the
language, the predictive text dictionary searches for words in French and
the most common special characters or punctuation marks used in the
French language are available when you press the * and 1 keys.
Predictive text—Sets the predictive text input On or Off for all editors
in the phone. You can also change this setting when you are in an editor
by pressing
and selecting Predictive text→ Predictive text on or
Predictive text→ Off.
Note: The predictive text dictionary is not available for all languages.
Welcome note or logo—Press
to open the setting. 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 Images.
Orig. phone settings—You can reset some of the settings to their original
values. To do this, you need the lock code. After resetting the settings, the
phone may take a longer time to power on.
Note: All documents and files that you have created are left as
they are.
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Standby mode
Background image—You can select any image to be used as a background
image in the standby mode. Select Yes to select an image from Images.
Left selection key and Right selection key—You can change the shortcuts
that appear over the left
and right
selection keys in
the standby mode. In addition to the applications, you can have the
shortcut point to a function, for example, New message.
Note: You cannot have a shortcut to an application that you
have installed.
Display
Contrast—To change the contrast of the display to lighter or darker.
Color palette—To change the color palette used on the 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.
Screen saver—Select what is shown on the screen
saver bar: time and date or a text you have written
yourself. The location and background color 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.
• CALL SETTINGS
Note: To change the settings for call forwarding, see “Settings for
call forwarding” on p. 25.
Send my caller ID
This system 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 service provider when you make a subscription (default).
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Settings
Call waiting (system service)
The system will notify you of a new incoming call while you have a call
in progress. Select Activate to request the system to activate call waiting,
Cancel to request the system 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 redialing.
Summary after call
Activate this setting if you want the phone to briefly display the duration
and cost of the last call. To show costs, the Call cost limit must be activated
for your SIM card.
1-touch dialing
Select On, and the numbers assigned to the 1-touch dialing keys (2–9)
can be dialed by pressing and holding the key.
Anykey answer
Select On, and you can answer an incoming call by briefly pressing any
key except
,
, and
.
Line in use (system 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 text 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 system service.
To prevent line selection, select Line change→ Disable if supported by
your SIM card. To change this setting, you need the PIN2 code.
To switch between the phone lines, press and hold the # key in the
standby mode.
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Voice message indicators:
,
, or
is shown if you have one or more voice messages.
• CONNECTION SETTINGS
Data connections and access points
To define settings for access points, go to Settings→ Connection settings→
Access points.
A data connection is required to connect to an access point. Your phone
supports three kinds of data connections:
•
GSM data call (
)
•
GSM high-speed data call (
•
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 for the kind of access point needed for the service
you wish to access. You need to define access point settings, if you want to
perform the following actions:
•
Send and receive multimedia messages
•
Send and receive e-mail
•
Browse pages
•
Download Java applications
•
Use Image upload
•
Use your phone as a modem
Note: 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), or service provider. For more information, see “Access
points” on p. 38.
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Settings
GSM DATA CALLS
A GSM data call enables data transmission rates to a maximum of
14.4 kb/s. For availability and subscription to data services, contact
your service provider.
Minimum settings needed to make a data call
To insert a set of basic GSM data call settings, go to Settings→ Connection→
Access points and select Options→ New access point. Fill in the following:
•
Data bearer: GSM data
•
Dial-up number: User defined
•
Session mode: Permanent
•
Data call type: Analog
•
Maximum data speed: Automatic
See “Access points” on p. 38 for further information on how to create,
delete, and edit an access point.
High-speed data call (High-Speed Circuit Switched Data, HSCSD)
High-speed data enables data transmission rates to a maximum of 43.2
kb/s, which is three times faster than the standard data rates of the GSM
system. HSCSD is comparable to the speed of many computer modems
that communicate with today's fixed telephone systems.
For availability and subscription to high-speed data services, please
contact your service provider.
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 system.
The Settings wizard program included in the PC Suite 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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GPRS PACKET DATA
Packet data, or General Packet Radio Service (GPRS), uses packet data
technology where information is sent in short bursts of data over the
mobile system. The benefit of sending data in packets is that the system
is occupied only when sending or receiving data. Because GPRS uses the
system efficiently, it allows for quick data connection set up and fast data
transmission speeds.
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 service provider.
•
Go to Settings→ Connection settings→ Access points and select
Options→ New access point. Fill in the following: Data bearer: GPRS
and Access point name: enter the name given to you by your service
provider. See “Create an access point” on p. 38 for further information.
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
text messages). For more detailed information on fees, contact your
service provider.
• ACCESS POINTS
Create an access point
Options in the Access points list are: Edit,
New access point, Delete, Help, and Exit.
You may have preset access point settings in
your Nokia mobile phone. Or, you may receive
access point settings in a smart message from
a service provider.
If no access points are defined when you open
Access points, you will be asked if you want to
create one.
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Settings
If access points are 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.
Delete an access point
In the list of access points, scroll to the access point you want to remove
and select Options→ Delete.
Edit an access point
When you open Access points, the list of already available access points
.
opens. Scroll to the access point you want to edit, and press
Options when editing access point settings are: Change, Advanced
settings, Help, and Exit.
Here you can see a short explanation for every setting that may be needed
for different data connections and access points.
Note: Start entering settings on Connection name and go down
the list from there because depending on which data connection
you select (Data bearer) or whether you need to insert a Gateway
IP address, only certain setting fields are available.
Note: Follow the instructions given to you by your service provider
very carefully.
Connection name—Give a descriptive name for the connection.
Data bearer—The options are GSM data, High speed GSM, and GPRS.
Depending on what data connection you select, only certain setting fields
are available. Fill in all fields marked with Must be defined, or marked
with a red asterisk. Other fields can be left empty, unless you have been
instructed otherwise by your service provider.
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See also “Settings for multimedia messages” on p. 101, “Settings for e-mail”
on p. 103, and “Phone browser service settings” on p. 126.
Note: To use a data connection, the system service provider must
support this feature, and if necessary, activate it for your SIM card.
Access point name (for packet data only)—The access point name is
needed to establish a connection to the GPRS system. You obtain the
access point name from your service provider.
Dial-up number (for GSM data and high-speed data 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.
When you are writing, press the * key to open the special characters table.
Press the 0 key to enter a space.
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 case-sensitive.
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 select Insert number and then continue entering letters.
Authentication—Normal / Secure.
Gateway IP address—The IP address used by required browser gateway.
Homepage—Depending on what you are setting up, enter one of
the following:
•
the service address
•
the address of the multimedia messaging center
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Settings
Note: ISDN connections are a way to establish a data call between
your phone and your access point. ISDN connections are digital from
end to end and as such offer quicker set-up times and faster data
rates than analog connections. In order to use an ISDN connection,
both your service provider and your Internet service provider must
support it.
Connection security—Choose whether Transport Layer Security (TLS) is used
for the connection. Follow the instructions from your service provider.
Session mode—Permanent / Temporary.
Data call type (for GSM data and high-speed data only)—Analog, ISDN
v.110, or ISDN v.120 defines whether the phone uses an analog or digital
connection. This setting depends on both your GSM service provider and
Internet Service Provider (ISP), because some GSM systems do not support
certain types of ISDN connections. For details, contact your ISP. If ISDN
connections are available, they establish connections more quickly than
analog 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 Session mode and 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 system 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 system conditions.
Note: DNS—Domain Name Service. An Internet service that translates
domain names such as www.nokia.com into IP addresses like
192.100.124.195.
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.
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Note: If you need to enter the Phone IP address, Primary name
server, or Second name server, contact your Internet service provider
to obtain these addresses.
The following settings are shown if you have selected data call and highspeed data as the connection type:
Use callback—This option allows a server to call you back once you have
made the initial call, so you have a connection without paying for the call.
Contact your service provider to subscribe to this service.
Note: Charges may apply for certain types of received calls, such
as roaming and high-speed data calls. Contact your GSM service
provider for more information.
Note: The phone expects the callback call to use the same data call
settings that were used in the callback-requesting call. The system
must support this 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; 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.
Note: PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol)—a common networking
software protocol that enables any computer with a modem
and a phone line to connect directly to the Internet.
Use login script—The options are Yes / No.
Login script—Insert the login script.
Modem initialization—(Modem initialization string)—Controls your phone
using modem AT commands. If required, enter characters specified by your
GSM system service provider or Internet service provider.
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Settings
GPRS
Go to Settings→ Connection settings→ 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 system
that supports packet data, the phone registers to the GPRS system and
sending text messages will be done using GPRS. Also, starting an active
packet data connection, for example, to send and receive e-mail, 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
is closed after it is not used by any application.
Note: If there is no GPRS coverage and you have chosen When
available, the phone will periodically try to establish a packet
data connection.
Access point—The access point name is needed when you want to use
your phone as a packet data modem to your computer.
Data call
Go to Settings→ Connection settings→ 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.
Choose Clock type→ Analog or Digital to change the clock shown in the
standby mode. Choose Auto time update if you want the mobile phone
system to update time, date, and time zone information to your phone
(system service).
For the Auto time update setting to take effect, the phone needs to
be restarted.
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• 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 unauthorized 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, such as call cost counters.
• Lock code (5 digits)—The lock code can be used to lock the phone
and keypad to avoid unauthorized use.
Note: The factory setting for the lock code is 12345. To avoid
unauthorized 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 the emergency numbers,
such as 911, to prevent accidental dialing 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.
PIN code / PIN2 code / Lock code—Open this setting if you want to change
the code.
To lock the phone manually, press
Select Lock phone.
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. A list of commands opens.
Settings
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 programed into your phone (e.g. 911 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 recognized as the owner’s cards.
Fixed dialing—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 dialing list or which begin with the
same digit(s) as a phone number on the list.
To view the list of Fixed dialing numbers, go to Menu→ SIM→ Fixed dialing.
Options in the Fixed dialing view are:
Open, Call, New contact, Edit, Delete, Add to Contacts, Add from Contacts,
Help and Exit.
Note: When Fixed Dialing is set on, calls may be possible to certain
emergency numbers programmed into your phone (911 or other
official emergency numbers).
To add new numbers to the Fixed dialing list, select Options→ New contact
or Add from Contacts.
Closed user group (system service)—You can specify a group of people to
whom you can call and who can call you. For more information, contact
your service provider. Select Default to activate the default group agreed
on with the service provider, 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 programmed into your
phone (911 or other official emergency numbers).
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Confirm SIM services (network service)—You can set the phone to display
confirmation messages when you are using a SIM card service.
Certificate management
In the Certificate management main view, you can see a list of authority
certificates that have been stored in your phone. To manage certificates,
go to Menu→ Settings→ Security→ Certif. management. Press
to
see a list of user certificates, if available.
Options in the certificate management main view are:
Certificate details, Delete, Trust settings, Mark/Unmark, Help, and Exit.
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.
Digital certificates are needed if you want to:
•
Connect to an online bank, another site, or remote server for actions
that involve transferring confidential information.
•
Minimize the risk of viruses or other malicious software and be sure of
the authenticity of software when downloading and installing software.
Authority certificates are used by some services, such as banking services,
for checking signatures or server certificates or other authority certificates.
User certificates are issued to users by a Certifying Authority.
Important: Although 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.
VIEWING CERTIFICATE DETAILS—CHECKING AUTHENTICITY
You can only be sure of the correct identity of a browser gateway or a
server when the signature and the period of validity of a browser gateway
or server certificate have been checked.
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Settings
You will be notified on the phone’s display:
• If the identity of the browser server or gateway is not authentic.
• If you do not have the correct security certificate in your phone.
To check certificate details, scroll to a certificate and select Options→
Certificate details. When you open certificate details, Certificate
management checks the validity of the certificate and one of the
following notes may appear:
• Certificate not trusted—You have not set any application to use the
certificate. For more information, see “Change the trust settings of an
authority certificate” on p. 47.
• Expired certificate—The period of validity has ended for the
selected certificate.
• Certificate not valid yet—The period of validity has not yet begun for
the selected certificate.
• Certificate corrupted—The certificate cannot be used. Contact the
certificate issuer.
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.
CHANGE 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:
Services / Yes—the certificate is able to certify sites.
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.
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• CALL RESTRICTION (SYSTEM SERVICE)
Call restriction allows you to restrict the making and receiving of calls
with your phone. For this function, get the restriction password from your
service provider.
1
Scroll to one of the restriction options.
2
Select Options→ Activate to request the system to set call restriction
on, Cancel to set the selected call restriction off, or Check status to
check if the calls are restricted or not.
•
Select Options→ Edit restriction passw. to change the
restriction password.
•
Select Options→ Cancel all restrictions to cancel all active
call restrictions.
Note: When calls are restricted, calls may be possible to certain
emergency numbers programmed into your phone (911 or other
official emergency numbers). Call restricting affects all calls,
including data calls. You cannot have restriction of incoming calls
and call forwarding or fixed dialing active at the same time.
• SYSTEM
System selection
Choose Automatic to set the phone to automatically search for and select
one of the cellular systems available in your area.
Or, choose Manual if you want to select the desired system manually from
a list of systems. If the connection to the manually selected system is lost,
the phone will sound an error tone and ask you to select a system again.
The selected system must have a roaming agreement with your home
system, that is, the operator whose SIM card is in your phone.
Note: Roaming agreement—An agreement between two or more
system service providers to enable the users of one service provider
to use the services of other service providers.
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Settings
Cell info display
Select On to set the phone to indicate when it is used in a cellular system
based on Micro Cellular Network (MCN) technology and to activate cell
info reception.
• ENHANCEMENT SETTINGS
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.
•
Select Automatic answer to set the phone to answer an incoming call
automatically after five seconds time. If the Ringing option is set to
Beep once or Silent, automatic answer cannot be in use.
If you are using a Loopset or a Phone Adapter, you need to activate
it separately. Select Menu→ Tools→ Settings→ Accessory→ Accessory in
use→ Headset / Loopset / TTY. If you have activated a Loopset, the headset
will use the same settings as the Loopset. For more information, see
“Enhancements” on p. 166.
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5 Contacts
To open Contacts, press
in the standby
mode or go to Menu→ Contacts.
In Contacts, you can store and manage contact
information, such as names, phone numbers,
and addresses. Contacts use shared memory.
See “Shared memory” on p. 20.
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.
• CREATE CONTACT CARDS
1
Open Contacts and select Options→ New
contact. An empty contact card opens.
2
Fill in the fields you want and press Done.
The contact card is saved and closed, and
appears in the Contacts directory.
• COPY BETWEEN SIM CARD AND
PHONE MEMORY
•
To copy names and numbers from a SIM card to your phone, go to
Menu→ SIM→ SIM directory. Select 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.
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• EDIT CONTACT CARDS
Options in the Contacts directory are: Open, Call, Create message, New
contact, Edit, Delete, Duplicate, Add to group, Belongs to groups, Mark/
Unmark, Send business card, Contacts info, Help, and Exit.
Options when editing a contact card are:
Add thumbnail / Remove thumbnail, Add detail, Delete detail, Edit label,
Help, and Exit.
1
In the Contacts directory, scroll to the contact card you want to edit
and press
to open it.
2
To change the information on the card, select Options→ Edit.
3
To save your changes and to return to the contact card view,
press Done.
Delete contact cards
In the Contacts directory, scroll to the contact card you want to delete
and select Options→ Delete.
To delete many contact cards
1
Mark the cards to be deleted. Scroll to a contact you want to delete
and select Options→ Mark. A check mark is placed next to the
contact card.
2
When you have marked all the contacts you want to delete, select
Options→ Delete.
You can also mark many items if you press and hold
and simultaneously
press
. See also “Actions common to all applications” on p. 17.
Add and remove contact card fields
1
Open a contact card and select Options→ Edit.
2
To add an extra field, select Options→ Add detail.
To delete a field you do not need, select Options→ Delete detail.
To rename a contact card field label, select Options→ Edit label.
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Add a picture to a contact card
There are two different types of pictures you can add to a contact card.
See “Camera and images” on p. 59 for more information on how to take
and store pictures.
•
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.
Note: 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.
•
To add an image to a contact card, open a contact card, and press
to open the image view (
). To attach an image, select Options→
Add image.
• VIEW A CONTACT CARD
Contact information view ( ) shows all
information inserted in the contact card.
Press
to open the Image view
.
Only fields that have information are displayed in
the contact information view. Select Options→
Edit if you want to see all fields and add more
data to the contact.
Options when viewing a contact card (when the
selection is on a phone number) are: Call, Create message, Edit, Delete,
Defaults, Add voice tag / Voice tags, Assign 1-touch dial / Remove 1-touch
dial, Ringing tone, Copy to SIM direct., Send business card, Help, and Exit.
Assign 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.
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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 to the contact card view,
you can see the default number underlined.
Voice dialing
You can make a phone call by saying a voice tag that has been added to
a contact card. Any spoken word(s) can be a voice tag. Before using voice
dialing, note that:
•
Voice tags are not language dependent. They are dependent on the
speaker's voice.
•
Voice tags are sensitive to background noise. Record them and make
calls in a quiet environment.
•
Very short names are not accepted. Use long names and avoid similar
names for different numbers.
Example: You can use a person’s name for a voice tag, for example,
“John’s cell”.
Note: You must say the name exactly as you said it when you
recorded it. This may be difficult in a noisy environment or during
an emergency, so you should not rely solely upon voice dialing in
all circumstances.
ADD A VOICE TAG TO A PHONE NUMBER
Voice tags can be any spoken words, for example, a person’s first name.
Voice tags allow you to make phone calls by simply saying the word aloud.
You can have only one voice tag per contact card. Voice tags can only be
added to phone numbers stored in phone memory. See “Copy between SIM
card and phone memory” on p. 50.
1
In the Contacts directory, scroll to the contact to which you want to
add a voice tag and press
to open the contact card.
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2
Scroll to the number to which you want to add the voice tag and
select Options→ Add voice tag.
Press Start, then speak after tone is displayed.
3
Press Start to record a voice tag. The phone sounds a starting tone
and Speak now is displayed.
When recording, hold the phone a short distance from your mouth.
After the starting tone, say clearly the word(s) you want to record as
a voice tag.
4
After recording, the phone plays the recorded tag and Playing voice
tag is displayed. If you do not want to save the recording, press Quit.
5
When the voice tag has been successfully saved, Voice tag saved is
displayed and a beep sounds. A symbol
can be seen next to the
number in the contact card.
Note: Your phone may have 30 phone numbers to which voice
tags are attached. If the memory becomes full, delete some of
the voice tags.
To view a list of voice tags you have defined, select Options→ Contacts
info→ Voice tags in the Contacts directory.
MAKE A CALL BY SAYING A VOICE TAG
Note: You must say the voice tag exactly as you said it when you
recorded it.
1
In the standby mode, press and hold
and the note Speak now is displayed.
2
When you are making a call by saying a voice tag, the loudspeaker is
in use. Hold the phone at a short distance away from your mouth and
face and say the voice tag clearly.
3
. A short tone is played
The phone plays the original voice tag, displays the name and number,
and after 1.5 seconds dials the number of the recognized voice tag.
If the phone plays the wrong voice tag or to retry voice dialing, press Retry.
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Note: When an application using a data call or GPRS connection is
sending or receiving data, you cannot make a call by using voice
dialing. To make a call by using a voice tag, end all active data
connections.
REPLAY, ERASE, OR CHANGE A VOICE TAG
1 To replay, erase, or change a voice tag, open the Contacts directory
and select Options→ Contacts info→ Voice tags.
A list of contacts with voice tags is displayed.
2
Scroll to a contact, select Options, and then select one of the following:
Playback to listen to the voice tag again.
Delete to erase the voice tag.
Change to record a new voice tag instead of the old one. Press Start
to record.
Assign 1-touch dialing keys
1-touch dialing is a quick way to call frequently
used numbers. You can assign 1-touch dialing
keys to eight phone numbers. Number 1 is
reserved for the voice mailbox.
1
Open the contact card for which you want a
1-touch dialing key and select Options→
Assign 1-touch no. The 1-touch dialing 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 1-touch dial icon next to the number.
To call the contact by 1-touch dialing, go to the standby mode and press
the 1-touch dialing key and
.
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Add 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
recognizes it).
1
Press
to open a contact card or go to the Groups list and select a
contact group.
2
Select Options→ Ringing tone. A list of ringing tones opens.
3
Use the scroll key to select the ringing tone you wish to use for the
contact or group and press Select.
To remove the ringing tone, select No personal 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.
To listen to a ringing tone, go to Recorder.
Send contact information
You can send contact information through text message, e-mail,
Bluetooth connection, or infrared connection.
1 In the Contacts directory, scroll to the card you want to send.
2
Select Options→ Send then select the method; the choices are: Via
text message, Via e-mail (available only if the correct e-mail settings
are in place), Via Bluetooth, or Via Infrared.
For further information, see the ‘Messaging’ chapter, “Send and receive
data using infrared” on p. 146, and “Send data using Bluetooth connection”
on p. 142.
You can add received contact cards to your Contacts directory.
See “Receive smart messages” on p. 90 for further information.
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Note: When you send or receive contact information, the term
‘business card’ is used. A business card is a contact card in a format
suitable to be sent in a text message, usually in ‘vCard’ format.
• MANAGE CONTACT GROUPS
Options in the Groups list view are: Open, New group, Delete, Rename,
Ringing tone, Contacts info, Help, and Exit.
You can create contact groups that can, for example, be used as distribution
lists for sending text messages and e-mail. See “Add a ringing tone for a
contact card or group” on p. 56.
Create contact groups
1
In the Contacts directory, press
2
Select Options→ New group.
to open the Groups list.
3
Write a name for the group or use the default name Group
and press OK.
Add 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.
2
Scroll to the group to which you want to
add the contact and press
.
ADD MULTIPLE MEMBERS AT A TIME
1 In the Groups list, open a group and select
Options→ Add members.
2
Scroll to a contact and press
to mark it. Repeat this action on all
the contacts you want to add and press OK to add them to the
selected group.
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Remove members from a group
1
Go to the Groups list, scroll to the group you want to modify, and
press
.
2
Scroll to the contact you want to remove and select Options→
Remove from group.
3
Press Yes to remove the contact from the group.
• IMPORT DATA FROM OTHER NOKIA PHONES
You can move calendar, contacts, and to-do data from many different
Nokia phones to your Nokia 3620 or Nokia 3660 using the PC Suite Data
Import application. Instructions for using the application can be found in
the PC Suite online help on the CD-ROM.
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Camera and images
6 Camera and images
With the camera you can take pictures of people
or events while on the move. The pictures are
automatically saved in the Images application,
where you can rename them and organize them
in folders. You can also send photos to your
friends in a multimedia message, as an e-mail
attachment, or through a Bluetooth or infrared
connection. The camera produces JPEG pictures.
Press Camera in the standby mode or go to
Menu→ Camera.
Options before taking a picture are: Capture, Go to Images, Settings,
Help, and Exit.
Note: JPEG is a standardized image compression format. JPEG files
can be viewed with the most common image viewers, image editors,
and Internet browsers. You can recognize these files by their *.jpg
extension, for example, boats.jpg
• TAKE PICTURES
Note: Your phone must be switched on to use this function. Do not
switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when
it may cause interference or danger.
1
Press Camera in the 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 image
quality, fit in the memory of your phone.
2
To take a picture, press
.
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Note: Do not move the phone before the Camera application starts
to save the photo. The photos are saved automatically in the Images
application. The Camera goes into battery saving mode within a
minute if there have been no key presses. To continue taking
pictures, press
.
After the image has been saved:
• If you do not want to save the photo in Images, select Options→ Delete.
•
To return to the viewfinder to take a new picture, press
.
Options after a picture has been taken are: New image, Delete, Send,
Rename image, Go to Images, Settings, Help, and Exit.
Important: Obey all local laws governing the taking of pictures. Do
not use this feature illegally.
Settings
In the Camera application settings, you can adjust the image quality
setting and change the default image name.
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 also “Images
and memory consumption” on p. 62.
•
Default image name—By default, the Camera names photos in the
JPEG format (for example, ‘Image.jpg’). Default image name
allows you to set a name for the pictures taken.
•
Memory in use—Select whether you want to store your images in
the phone memory or the memory card, if you use one.
Example: If you set ‘Beach’ as the default image name, Camera will name
all the pictures you take ‘Beach’, ‘Beach(01)’, ‘Beach(02)’, and so on, until
you change the setting.
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Camera and images
Camera modes
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.
•
Portrait when you want to take a smaller icon-sized, vertical picture,
which can be added to a contact card.
•
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.
Try out the different Camera modes to see how they affect the
picture taken.
IMAGE RESOLUTIONS
• When you are taking a picture in Standard or Night mode, the
viewfinder resolution is 160x120 pixels and 80x96 for Portrait mode.
• The images 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.
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•
When you are viewing images, they are scaled to fit the display, which
has 176x208 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.
Note: Resolution—A measure for the sharpness and clarity of an
image. Resolution refers to the number of dots (pixels) in an image
or a display. The more pixels there are, the more detailed the
picture is. Resolution is usually measured in pixels, for example,
640x480=300 kilopixels (kpix)=0.3 megapixels (Mpix).
IMAGES AND MEMORY CONSUMPTION
Your phone has approximately 3 MB (megabytes) of free memory for images,
contact information, calendar, messages, and so on. See “Shared memory”
on p. 20. Portrait images (always taken in High quality) are so small that
they take up very little memory. Images taken using the High quality setting
and those taken in Night mode take up the most memory.
If 1 MB of memory is used for images only, it would fit approximately 22
Normal quality images taken in Standard mode. In the table below, you
can see approximately how many images would fit in 1 MB of memory.
Image quality
Image type
Basic
Normal
High
Standard
55
22
15
Night
50
25
18
Portrait
-
-
>300
By using a memory card with your phone you can increase the number
of images you can store. To see how much memory is available on your
phone and memory card, see “Check memory consumption” on p. 124.
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Camera and images
• STORE PICTURES IN IMAGES
Go to Menu→ Images.
Images allows you to view, organize, delete,
and send photos and pictures stored in
your phone.
In Images you can organize photos:
•
Taken with the camera.
•
Sent to your Inbox in a multimedia
or a picture message, as an e-mail
attachment, through an infrared or
Bluetooth connection. After receiving
the image in Inbox, you need to save it in Images.
In the Images main view, you can see a list of photos and folders.
The list shows:
•
The date and time a photo or an image was taken or saved.
•
A small thumbnail picture, a preview of the image.
•
The number of images inside a folder.
•
A tab showing whether the photos or folders are located in the
phone’s memory or the memory card, if you use one.
Options in Images are: Open, Send, Image uploader, Delete, Move to folder,
New folder, Mark/Unmark, Rename, Receive via infrared (only from a digital
camera that supports the IrTran-P protocol, otherwise use the Infrared
application, see “Send and receive data using infrared” on p. 146), View
details, Add to Favorites, Help, and Exit.
View images
Note: When you open Images and you use a memory card, the
starting tab is determined by which memory is selected as the
Memory in use.
1
Press
or
to move from one memory tab to another.
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2
To browse the images, press
3
Press
to open an image. When the image is open, you can see the
name of the image and the number of images in the folder on the top
of the display.
and
When you are viewing an image, pressing
or previous picture in the current folder.
.
or
takes you to the next
You can view animated GIF files in the same way as other images. Animations
are played only once. When an animation stops, you will see a fixed image.
To view the animation again, you must close it and then reopen it.
Options when viewing an image are: Send, Rotate, Zoom in, Zoom out,
Full screen, Delete, Rename, View details, Add to Favorites, Help, and Exit.
ZOOM IN OR ZOOM OUT
1 Select Options→ Zoom in or Zoom out.
You can see the zooming ratio at the
top of the display. See also the section
‘Keyboard shortcuts’ later in this chapter.
2
Press Back to return to the initial view.
The zoom ratio is not stored permanently.
You cannot zoom in on GIF animations
while they are playing.
Full screen
When you select Options→ Full screen, the
panes around the picture are removed so that
you can see more of the image. Press
to
go back to the initial view.
Move the focal point
When you are zooming or viewing an image in full screen mode, use the
Scroll key to move the focal point to the left, right, up, or down, so that
you can take a closer look at one part of the picture, for example, its upper
right corner.
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Rotate
Select Options→ Rotate→ Left to rotate an image 90 degrees
counterclockwise or Right to rotate the image clockwise. The rotation
status is not stored permanently.
KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS
• Rotate: 2 key—counterclockwise, 9 key—clockwise.
•
Scroll:
—up,
—down,
—left,
—right.
•
Zoom: 1 key—zoom in, 0 key—zoom out. Press and hold to return to
the normal view.
•
Change between full screen and normal view: the * key.
IMAGE DETAILS VIEW
To view the detailed information about an image, scroll to the image and
select Options→ View details. A list of image information appears:
Format—JPEG, GIF, PNG, TIFF, MBM, BMP, WBMP, OTA, WMF,
Unsupported, or Unknown.
Date and Time—when the image was created or saved, n x n- the size
of the image in pixels.
Resolutn.—the size of the image in pixels. See “Image resolutions”
on p. 61.
Size—in bytes or kilobytes.
Color—True color, 65536 colors, 4096 colors, 256 colors, 16 colors,
Grayscale, or Black/white.
Arrange images and folders
•
To remove an image or folder, scroll to it and select Options→ Delete.
•
To rename an image or a folder, scroll to the image or folder you
want to rename and select Options→ Rename. Write the new
name and press
.
See “Actions common to all applications” on p. 17 for further information
on how to create folders and mark and move items to folders.
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Send images
You can send photos or images by different messaging services.
1
Scroll to the image you want to send and select Options→ Send.
2
Then select the method. The choices are Via multimedia, Via e-mail,
Via infrared, or Via Bluetooth.
•
If you select to send the image 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. For more information, see “Create and
send new messages” on p. 80.
•
If you want to send the image by infrared or Bluetooth connection,
see “Send data using Bluetooth connection” on p. 142, and “Send
and receive data using infrared” on p. 146 for more information.
Picture messages folder
Options in the Picture messages folder are: Open, Send, Delete,
Mark/Unmark, Rename, View details, Help, and Exit.
In the Picture messages folder, you can find graphics sent to you in
picture messages.
If you want to save a graphic you have received in a picture message, go to
Messaging→ Inbox, open the message, and select Options→ Save picture.
VIEW PICTURES
1 Scroll to the picture you want to view and press
. The picture
opens. Press
to view the next picture in the folder.
2
Press Back to return to the Pictures main view.
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Video recorder
7 Video recorder
Go to Menu→ Video recorder.
Note: Obey all local laws governing the taking of videos. Do not use
this feature illegally. Your phone must be switched on to use the
Video recorder. Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone
use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.
With the Video recorder you can record video clips, and play video clips
stored on your phone or on a memory card. Also, the Video recorder is
integrated with the messaging features allowing you to easily send
created clips.
Video recorder uses shared memory. See “Shared memory” on p. 20.
• RECORD A VIDEO CLIP
Note: 3GPP file format (.3gp) is the standard video file format for
Multimedia Messaging.
You can record video clips up to 95 KB in size,
or approximately 10 seconds in duration.
Recorded video clips are in the .3gp format.
1 To begin recording open the Video
recorder and select Options→ Record
and you can see the view to record.
2 To start recording press
.
The progress bar on the bottom of the
screen shows you how much recording
time remains. To pause recording at any
time press
.
To immediately play the video clip you just recorded, press
.
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 “Set up your Video
recorder” on p. 68.
Options in video clip view of Video recorder are: Play, Record, Send,
Delete, Rename, Settings, About product, Help, and Exit.
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• WATCH A VIDEO CLIP
To watch a video clip from the Video recorder video clip list:
1
Open the Video recorder.
2
Scroll to a video clip and select Options→ Play.
Once a video clip is playing, you have similar options available to you as
when playing a video clip in RealOne Player™. See “RealOne Player™” on
p. 69.
Send video clips
You can send video clips by using the Send
option from your video clip list.
1
Scroll to the video clip you want to send
and select Options→ Send.
2
Select Via multimedia, Via e-mail,
Via Bluetooth, or Via infrared.
Set up your Video recorder
You can define whether you store your video
clips in the phone’s memory or on the memory card, if you have one,
and how to name your video clips. Select Options→ Settings and one
of the following:
•
Memory in use—Choose between Phone memory and Memory card.
•
Default video name—Define the default name of your video clips.
Example: If you set ‘Holiday’ as the default video clip name, Video
recorder will name all the video clips you take ‘Holiday’, ‘Holiday(01)’,
‘Holiday(02)’, and so on, until you change the setting again.
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RealOne Player™
8 RealOne Player™
Go to Menu→ RealOne Player.
With the RealOne Player you can play media
files stored in the phone’s memory or on a
memory card, play music and video files, or
stream live content from the internet.
Options in list view are: Play, Open, Rename,
Delete, Move to folder, New folder, Mark/
Unmark, Send, Add to Favorites, Settings,
Help, About product, and Exit.
RealOne Player uses shared memory.
See “Shared memory” on p. 20.
Note: Streaming is playing sound or video in real time as it is
downloaded from the internet, as opposed to storing it in a local
file first.
• PLAY MEDIA FILES
You can play any music or video file from the
list shown when you start the RealOne Player,
or directly from the internet.
To play a media file stored in your phone’s
memory or memory card, open RealOne Player,
scroll to the file and select Options→ Play.
Note: Media files are video, music or audio clips that you can play
on a media player like the RealOne Player. Files with extensions .3gp,
.amr, .rm, .ram, .ra, and .rv are supported by the RealOne Player.
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To play a media file directly from the internet:
1 Select Options→ Open→ URL address.
2
Enter the URL of the site from which you
want to play or stream content.
Before your media file or stream begins playing,
your phone will connect to the site and load
the file.
Note: Buffering is the temporary
storage of a part of your streaming
content into the phone’s memory
before it is played.
Media guide
You can open a browser page that allows you to access a media guide
with links to streaming media sites and files.
To stream from the Internet:
1 Configure your RealOne Player default access point (see “Default
Access Point setting”, on p. 71).
2
From the main Menu, open Services (XHTML browser).
3
In the Bookmarks view, open the Mobile Media Guide bookmark.
Note: In the RealOne Player, you can only open an rstp://url
address. You cannot open an http://url address.
4
Find a link to a streaming site that interests you, and select the link.
If you are not connected to the server, you will be prompted to
connect. Press
Yes.
Your streaming session begins.·
Note: You cannot stream from a site unless you have correctly
configured an Access Point in RealOne Player, see “Default Access
Point setting”, p. 71. Many service providers require you to use an
Internet Access Point (IAP) for your Default Access Point in RealOne
Player. Other service providers allow you to use a WAP access point.
Contact your service provider for advice and availability.
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RealOne Player™
Volume control
•
To increase the volume press
•
To mute the sound press
•
To turn on the sound press
, or to decrease the volume press
and hold until the
.
indicator is displayed.
and hold until you see the
indicator.
• SEND MEDIA FILES
You can send media files by using the Send option from your video clip list.
1
Scroll to the file you want to send and select Options→ Send.
2
Select Via infrared, Via Bluetooth, Via multimedia or Via e-mail.
• CHANGE THE SETTINGS
To change the Video settings, select Options→ Video to open the
following list of settings:
•
•
Video quality—Choose Sharp images to have better picture quality,
but slower framerate, or High framerate for faster framerate, but
lower picture quality.
Automatic scaling—Choose On to have automatic resizing of the
video image.
To change the Playback settings, select Options→ Playback to open the
following setting:
•
Repeat—Choose On to have the playing video or audio file restart
automatically once it has finished.
To change the Network settings, select Options→ Network to open the
following list of settings:
•
Default Access Point—As defined in Connection settings, see “Access
points” on p. 38.
•
Bandwidth—Choose Automatic to have the best delivery rate available.
•
Maximum bandwidth—Choose the maximum bandwidth for
streaming content.
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•
Connection time-out—Open the slider view to change the waiting
time for the initial server connection on a streaming session.
•
Server time-out—Open the slider view to change the time allowed for
no response from the server.
•
Highest Port and Lowest Port—Enter the port numbers for streaming.
If you are not sure of the numbers, contact your service provider.
To change the Proxy settings, select Options→ Proxy→ Use Proxy / Host
address / Port.
When you select one of the settings, a tab view is opened. Press
or
to move between the different setting tabs. The following icons
indicate which setting you are in:
for Video
for Playback
for Network
for Proxy
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9 Messaging
Go to Menu→ Messaging.
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 mailbox), SIM messages, Cell broadcast, Service
command, Settings, Help, and Exit.
In Messaging you can create, send, receive, view, edit, and organize:
•
text messages
•
multimedia messages
•
e-mail messages
•
smart messages (special text messages containing data)
In addition to these, you can receive messages and data by an infrared or
Bluetooth connection, receive service messages, cell broadcast messages,
as well as send service commands.
Text and multimedia messages use shared memory. See “Shared memory”
on p. 20.
Note: Before you can 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 for e-mail” on
p. 103 and “Settings for multimedia messages” on p. 101.
When you open Messaging, you can see the Create message function and
a list of default folders:
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.
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My folders—For organizing your messages into folders.
Organize your messages by adding new folders under
My folders.
When you have opened one of the default folders, for example,
Sent, you can easily move between the folders
by pressing
to open the next folder (Outbox), or
by pressing
to open the previous folder (Drafts).
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 “View e-mail messages when online” and “View e-mail
messages when offline” on p. 93 for further information.
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 p. 103.
Drafts—Stores draft messages that have not been sent.
Outbox—Is a temporary storage place for messages waiting to
be sent.
Sent—Stores the last 15 messages that have been sent.
To change the number of messages to be saved, see “Settings
for the Sent folder” on p. 105.
Reports—You can request the system to send you a delivery
report of the text messages, smart 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.
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Messaging
• 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 to 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 sent
by you.
Note: Messages or data that have been sent by an infrared or
Bluetooth connection are not saved in the Draft or Sent folders.
Open a received message
When you receive a message,
and the note 1 new message is shown
in the 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
.
Add 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 (;).
•
Write the phone number or e-mail address of the recipient in the
To: field.
•
Copy the recipient information from another application and then
paste it to the To: field. See “Copy text” on p. 80.
Press
to the left of the cursor if you want to delete a recipient.
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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.
Example: 214 123 456; 972 456 876
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.
• WRITE 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.
Icons:
and
indicate the selected case.
means that
the first letter of the next word is written in upper case, and all other letters
are automatically written in lower case.
indicates number mode.
Use traditional text input
The indicator
is shown on the top right of the display when you
are writing text using traditional text input.
•
Press a number key (1–9), repeatedly until the desired character
appears. Note, that there are more characters available for a number
key than are printed on the key.
•
To insert a number, press and hold the number key.
•
To switch between letter and number mode, press and hold the # key.
•
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.
•
If you make a mistake, press
to remove a character. Press and hold
to clear more than one character.
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•
The most common punctuation marks are available under the 1 key.
Press the 1 key repeatedly to reach the desired punctuation mark.
•
Press the * key to open a list of special characters. Use the Scroll key
to move through the list, and press OK to select a character.
•
To insert a space, press the 0 key.
•
To move the cursor to the next line, press the 0 key three times.
•
To switch between upper and lower case, press the # key.
Use predictive text input
To set predictive text input on or off, press the # key twice quickly when
writing text.
To activate predictive text input, press
and select Predictive text on.
This will activate predictive text input for all editors in the phone. The
indicator is shown at the top of the display.
Write the desired word by pressing the 2–9 keys. Press each key only once
for one letter. The word changes after every key press.
Note: Do not pay attention to what appears on the display. The
word match is evolving. Wait until you have keyed in the whole
word before you check the result.
For example, to write ‘Nokia’ when English
dictionary is selected, press:
the 6 key for N
the 6 key for o
the 5 key for k
the 4 key for i
the 2 key for a
As you can see, the word suggestion changes
after each key press.
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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 the 0 key 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 the * key repeatedly to view the matching words the
dictionary has found one by one.
• Press
and select Predictive text→ Matches to view a list of
matching words. Scroll to the word you want to use and press
to select it.
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 Save. 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 the * key. Note that if you press the * key quickly twice 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 Insert number, key in the numbers you
want, and press OK.
To switch between letter and number mode, press and hold the # key.
•
The most common punctuation marks are available under the 1 key.
Press the 1 key repeatedly to reach the desired punctuation mark.
•
Press and hold the * key to open a list of special characters. Use the
Scroll key to scroll through the list and press OK to select a character.
Or press
and select Insert symbol.
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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 the * key repeatedly to view the matching words the dictionary has
found one by one.
You can also press
, select Predictive text and select:
•
Matches—to view a list of words that correspond to your key presses.
Scroll to the desired word and press the
.
•
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).
Write 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 the 0 key to add a space.
Turn off predictive text
Press
and select Predictive text→ Off to turn predictive text input
off for all editors in the phone.
Editing options
When you press
, the following options appear (depending on the
editing mode and situation you are in):
•
Predictive text (predictive text input), Alpha mode (traditional text
input), or Number mode.
•
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 number, Insert symbol.
•
Writing language—changes the input language for all editors in the
phone. See “Phone settings” on p. 32.
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• COPY 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
press
or
.
. At the same time
2
To end the selection, stop pressing the Scroll key.
3
To copy the text to clipboard, while still holding
4
Or, release
and then press it once to open a list of editing
commands, for example, Copy or Cut.
5
If you want to remove the selected text from the document, press
6
To insert the text into a document, press and hold
Paste. Or, press
once and select Paste.
, press Copy.
.
and press
• CREATE AND SEND NEW MESSAGES
You can start to create a message in two ways:
•
Select New message→ Create:→ Text
message, Multimedia message, or E-mail
in the Messaging main view.
•
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.
Note: When sending messages, your
phone may display the words Message Sent. This is an indication
that the message has been sent by your phone to the message
center programmed into your phone. This is not an indication that
the message has been received at the intended destination. For more
details about the messaging services, check with your service provider.
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Messaging
• TEXT MESSAGES
Options in the text message editor are: Send, Add recipient, Insert,
Delete, Message details, Sending options, Help, and Exit.
1
2
3
4
Select New message. A list of message options opens.
Select Create:→ Text message. The editor opens with the cursor in
the To: field.
Press
to select recipients from the Contacts directory or write the
phone number of the recipient. Press the # key to add a semicolon (;)
to separate each recipient. Press
to move to the message field.
Write the message.
Note: Your phone supports sending multiple text messages at the
same time; therefore, the normal 160 characters 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.
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.
5
To send the message, select Options→ Send or press
.
Smart messages
Smart messages are special text messages that can contain data. You can
send smart messages such as:
•
Picture messages
•
Business cards containing contact information in generic (vCard) format
•
Calendar notes (vCalendar format)
From the text message editor, you may crate a smart message containing
a picture (see “Create and send picture messages” on p. 82). For other
types of smart messages, see “Send contact information” on p. 56, “Send
calendar entries” on p. 114, and “Send bookmarks” on p. 128.
You can also receive ringing tones, operator logos, or settings from service
providers. See “Receive smart messages” on p. 90.
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Create and send picture messages
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 Picture
msgs. folder in Images.
Note: This function can be used only if it is supported by your
service provider. Only phones that offer picture message features
can receive and display picture messages.
To send a picture message:
1 There are two possibilities. Choose one of
the following:
•
Select Messaging→ New message→
Create:→ Text message, and then select
Options→ Insert→ Picture.
•
Go to Images→ Picture msgs. and
select a picture to be sent.
Select Options→ Send.
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.
• MULTIMEDIA MESSAGES
A multimedia message can contain text, images, and either video
or sound clips.
Note: This function can be used only if it is supported by your
service provider. Only devices that offer compatible multimedia
message or e-mail features can receive and display multimedia
messages. Devices that don’t have these features may receive
details of a link to a web page.
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Messaging
Settings needed for multimedia messaging
Options in the multimedia message editor are: Send, Add recipient,
Insert, Preview message, Objects, Remove, Delete, Message details,
Sending options, Help, and Exit.
You may receive the settings as a smart message from your service
provider. See “Receive smart messages” on p. 90.
For availability of and subscription to data services, please contact your
service provider.
1
Go to Settings→ Connection settings→
Access points and define the settings for a
multimedia messaging access point:
Connection name—Give a descriptive name
for the connection.
Session mode—Select a data connection
type: GSM data, High speed GSM, or GPRS.
Gateway IP address—Enter the address.
Example: Domain names such as www.nokia.com can be translated
into IP addresses like 192.100.124.195.
Homepage—Enter the address of the multimedia messaging center.
•
If you selected GSM data or High speed GSM, fill in Dial-up
number—a phone number for the data call.
•
If you selected GPRS, fill in Access point name—the name given
to you by your service provider.
For further information on different data connections, see also “Connection
settings” on p. 36.
2
Go to Messaging→ Options→ Settings→ Multimedia message.
3
Open Preferred connection and select the access point you created to
be used as the preferred connection. See also “Settings for multimedia
messages” on p. 101.
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Set up the messaging store
The messaging store defines whether the phone’s memory or the memory
card are used as default. To define the messaging store:
Messaging→ Options→ Settings→ Messaging store and select either the
phone’s memory or the memory card, if one is used.
Create multimedia messages
When you are sending a multimedia message to any phone other than the
Nokia 3620 or Nokia 3660, it is recommended to use a smaller image size
and a sound clip that is no longer than 15 seconds. The default setting
is Image size: Small. If you want to check the image size setting, go
to Messaging→ Options→ Settings→ Multimedia message or select
Options→ Sending options when you are creating a multimedia message.
When you are sending a multimedia message to an e-mail address or
another Nokia 3620 or Nokia 3660, select Options→ Sending Options→
Image size →Large when you are creating a multimedia message.
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:
•
•
To add an image, select Options→ Insert→ Image or New image.
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.
•
•
To add video, select Options→ Insert→ Video clip.
To write text, press
.
•
If you select Insert→ Image, Sound clip, Video clip, or Template,
a list of items opens. Scroll to the item you wish to add and
press Select.
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Note: If you chose Image, first you need to select whether
the image is stored in the phone’s memory or the memory
card, if one is used.
•
If you select Insert→ New image, Camera opens and you can
take a new picture. Press Remove to remove the picture and
take another instead.
•
If you select Insert→ New sound clip, Recorder opens and you
can record a new sound. The new photo or sound is automatically
saved and a copy is inserted in the message.
Note: A multimedia message can contain only one photo
and one sound or video clip.
4
To send the message, select Options→ Send or press
.
Preview a multimedia message
To see what the multimedia message will look
like, select Options→ Preview message.
Remove object from a multimedia
message
To remove a multimedia object, select Options→
Remove→ Image Video clip or Sound clip.
Press
to remove text.
Work with different multimedia objects
To see all the different media objects included in a multimedia message,
open a multimedia message and select Options→ Objects to open the
Objects view.
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 are: Open, Insert, Place image first / Place
text first, Remove, Help, and Exit.
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• E-MAIL MESSAGES
Before you can send, receive, retrieve, reply to, and forward e-mail
messages, you must:
•
Configure an Internet Access Point (IAP) correctly. See “Connection
settings” on p. 36.
•
Define your e-mail settings correctly. See “Settings for e-mail” on p. 103.
Note: Follow the instructions given by your remote mailbox and
Internet Service Provider.
Write and send e-mail messages
Options in the e-mail editor are: Send, Add recipient, Insert, Attachments,
Delete, 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.
3
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.
4
Write the message.
5
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.
•
To remove an attachment, scroll to the attachment and select
Options→ Remove.
•
If you choose to attach an Image, first you need to select whether
the image is stored in the phone’s memory or the memory card, if
one is used.
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Messaging
6
To send the e-mail, select Options→ Send or press
.
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.
If you want to send files other than photos, sounds, and notes as
attachments, open the appropriate application and select the option
Send→ Via e-mail, if available.
Add and remove attachments
To add an attachment to an e-mail, select Options→ Attachments in an
open e-mail. The Attachments view opens where you can add, view, and
remove attachments.
•
To add an attachment, select Options→ Insert→ Image, Sound clip,
Video clip, or Note. A list of items opens. Scroll to the one you want
to add and press OK. will appear in the navigation bar to indicate
that the e-mail has an attachment.
•
If you choose Image, first you need to select whether the image is
stored in the phone’s memory or the memory card, if one is used.
•
To remove an attachment, scroll to the attachment and select
Options→ Remove.
• INBOX
Options in Inbox are: Open, Create message, Delete, Message
details, Move to folder, Move to phone memory (shown if you have defined
the memory card as the messaging store), Move to memory card (shown if
you have defined the phone’s memory as the messaging store), Mark/
Unmark, Help, and Exit.
Messages and data can be received by text message, multimedia service,
infrared connection, or Bluetooth connection. When there are unread
messages in Inbox, the icon changes to
.
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In Inbox, unread messages appear in bold. 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
for an unread smart message
for an unread multimedia message
for an unread service message
for data received by infrared
for data received by Bluetooth connection
for an unknown message type
View messages
To open a message, scroll to the message and press
.
Use the Scroll key to move up and down in the message. Press
to move to the previous or next message in the folder.
or
Options in different message viewers
The available options depend on the type of message you have opened
for viewing:
• Save picture—saves the picture to Images→ Picture msgs.
• 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
.
• View image—allows you to view and save the image.
• Play sound clip—allows you to listen to the sound 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.
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•
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. See “Move
items to a folder” on p. 18.
•
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.
View multimedia messages
You can recognize multimedia messages by their icon
.
To open a multimedia message, scroll to it and press
. You can see an
image, read a message and hear a sound, simultaneously.
If sound is playing, press
or
to increase or decrease the sound
volume. If you want to mute the sound, press Stop.
MULTIMEDIA MESSAGE OBJECTS
Options in the Objects view are: 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 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,
by infrared to another device.
To open a file, scroll to it and press the
.
Warning: 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.
For more information, see “Certificate management” on p. 46.
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Example: You can open a vCard file and save the contact information in
the file to Contacts.
SOUNDS IN A MULTIMEDIA MESSAGE
Sound objects in a multimedia message are indicated by the
indicator
in the navigation bar. Sounds are by default played through the
loudspeaker. To stop the sound, press Stop while sound is playing. You can
or
.
change the volume level by pressing
If you want to listen to a sound again after all the objects have been
shown and the playing of the sound has stopped, select Options→ Play
sound clip.
Receive smart messages
If you receive a vCard file that has a picture attached, the picture will be
saved to Contacts as well.
Your phone can receive many kinds of smart messages, text messages that
contain data (also called Over-The-Air (OTA) messages). To open a received
smart message, open Inbox, scroll to the smart message ( ), and press
.
•
Picture message—to save the picture in the Picture msgs. folder in
Images for later use, select Options→ Save picture.
•
Business card—to save the contact information, select Options→
Save business card. If certificates or sound files are attached to
business cards, they will not be saved.
•
Ringing tone—to save the ringing tone to Composer, select
Options→ Save.
•
Operator logo—to save the logo, select Options→ Save. The operator
logo can now be seen in the standby mode instead of the service
provider’s own identification.
•
Calendar entry—to save the invitation to Calendar, select Options→
Save to Calendar.
•
WAP message—to save the bookmark, select Options→ Save to
bookmarks. The bookmark is added to the Bookmarks list in
browser service.
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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.
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.
To later change the default access point settings for browser service or
multimedia messaging, go to Services→ Options→ Settings→ Default
access point or Messaging→ Options→ Settings→ Multimedia
message→ Preferred connection.
In addition, you can receive a text message service number, voice mailbox
number, profile settings for remote synchronization, 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
Options when viewing service message are: Download message, Move to
folder, Message details, Help, and Exit.
You can order service messages (pushed messages) from service providers.
Service messages are 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.
Service providers can update an existing service message every time a
new service message is received. Messages can be updated even if you
have moved them to another folder than Inbox. When service messages
expire, they are deleted automatically.
VIEWING SERVICE MESSAGES IN INBOX
1 In Inbox, scroll to a service message ( ) and press
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.
2
3
To download or view the service, press Download message. The note
Downloading message is displayed. The phone starts to make a data
connection, if needed.
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
Options in My folders are: Open, New message, Delete,
Message details, Move to folder, New folder, Rename, Help, and Exit.
In My folders you can organize your messages into folders, create new
folders, and rename and delete folders. Select Options→ Move to folder,
New folder, or Rename folder. For more information, see “Move items to a
folder” on p. 18.
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
Select New message→ Create:→ E-mail or Mailbox in the
Messaging main view. If you have not set up your e-mail account,
you will be prompted to do so. See “Settings for e-mail” on p. 103.
When you open this folder, you can connect to your remote mailbox to:
•
Retrieve new e-mail headings or messages.
•
View your previously retrieved e-mail headings or messages offline.
The Settings wizard program included in the PC Suite 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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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).
Open 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.
VIEW E-MAIL MESSAGES WHEN ONLINE
When you are online, you are continuously connected to a remote mailbox
by a data call or a packet data connection. See also “Data connection
indicators” on p. 14, “GSM data calls” on p. 37, and “GPRS Packet data”
on p. 38.
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.
Options when viewing e-mail headings are: Open, New message,
Connect /Disconnect, Retrieve, Delete, Message details, Copy, Mark/
Unmark, Help, and Exit.
VIEW 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.
To view e-mail messages offline, you must first retrieve e-mail messages
from your mailbox, see the next section. After you have retrieved the
e-mail messages to your phone, to end the data connection, select
Options→ Disconnect.
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Now 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 e-mail messages offline, answer No to the Connect to
mailbox? query.
Retrieve 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:
—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.
1 When you have an open connection to a
remote mailbox, select Options→ Retrieve,
•
New—to retrieve all new e-mail
messages to your phone.
•
Selected—to retrieve only the e-mail
messages that have been selected. Use
the Mark/Unmark→ Mark /Unmark
commands to select messages one by
one. See “Mark multiple items” on p. 18
for information on how to select many
items at the same time.
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•
All—to retrieve all messages from the mailbox.
To cancel retrieving, press Cancel.
After you have retrieved the e-mail messages, you can continue
viewing them online.
2
Select Options→ Disconnect to close the connection and to view the
e-mail messages offline.
COPY E-MAIL MESSAGES TO ANOTHER FOLDER
If you want to copy an e-mail from the remote mailbox to a folder
under My folders, select Options→ Copy. Select a folder from the list
and press OK.
Open e-mail messages
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. Note that the data connection is
left open after the e-mail has been retrieved. Select Options→ Disconnect
to end the data connection.
Options when viewing an e-mail message are: Reply, Forward, Delete,
Attachments, Message details, Move to folder, Add to Contacts, Find, Help,
and Exit.
Disconnect from mailbox
When you are online, select Options→ Disconnect to end the data call
or GPRS connection to the remote mailbox. See also “Data connection
indicators” on p. 14.
View e-mail attachments
Options in the Attachments view are: Open, Retrieve, Save, Send, Delete,
Help, and Exit.
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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. You can also send attachments
by infrared or Bluetooth connection.
Warning: 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. For more
information, see “Certificate management” on p. 46.
Retrieve 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 IMAP 4 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. For further information,
see “Settings for e-mail” on p. 103.
To save memory, you can remove attachments from an e-mail while
retaining them on the e-mail server. Select Options→ Delete in the
Attachments view.
Open an attachment
1 In the Attachments view, scroll to an attachment and press
open it.
2
to
•
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.
Press Back to return to the e-mail viewer.
Supported image formats are listed on p. 59. To see a list of other file
formats supported by the Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660, see the product
information at www.nokia.com.
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SAVE 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 Recorder and text files (.TXT) in Notes.
Attachments such as images can be saved on a memory card, if one is used.
Delete 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.
UNDELETE 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
The Outbox is a temporary storage place for messages waiting
to be sent. Status of the messages in Outbox is displayed as follows:
•
Sending—A connection is being made and the message is being sent.
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•
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.
•
Resend at (time)—Sending has failed. The phone will try to send the
message again after a time-out 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.
Sending has failed. If you were trying to send a text message, open
the message and check that the Sending settings are correct.
Example: Messages are placed in the Outbox, for example, when your
phone is outside the system coverage area. You can also
schedule e-mail messages to be sent the next time you
connect to your remote mailbox.
• VIEW MESSAGES ON A SIM CARD
Before you can view SIM messages, you need to copy them to a folder in
your phone.
1
In the Messaging main view, select Options→ SIM messages.
2
Select Options→ Mark/Unmark→ Mark or Mark all to mark messages.
3
Select Options→ Copy. A list of folders opens.
4
Select a folder and press OK. Go to the folder to view the messages.
• CELL BROADCAST (SYSTEM SERVICE)
Options in Cell broadcast are: Open, Subscribe / Unsubscribe,
Hotmark / Unhotmark, Topic, Settings, Help, and Exit.
In the Messaging main view, select Options→ Cell broadcast.
You can 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:
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•
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.
Note: A packet data (GPRS) connection may prevent cell broadcast
reception. Contact your service provider for the correct GPRS settings.
For further information on the GPRS settings, see “GPRS Packet
data” on p. 38.
• SERVICE COMMAND EDITOR
In the Messaging main view, select Options→ Service command.
You can send service requests, such as activation commands for system
services (also known as USSD commands), to your service provider. For
more information, contact your service provider.
To send a request in the standby mode or when you have an active call,
key in the command number(s) and press Send. If you need to enter letters
as well as numbers, select Messaging→ Options→ Service command.
• MESSAGING SETTINGS
The Messaging settings are divided into groups according to the different
message types. Scroll to the settings you want to edit and press
.
Settings for text messages
Options when editing text message center settings are: New msg.
center, Edit, Delete, Help, and Exit.
Go to Messaging and select Options→ Settings→ Text message to open
the following list of settings:
•
Message centers—Lists all the text message service centers that have
been defined. See “Add a new text message center” on p. 100.
•
Msg. center in use (Message center in use)—Defines which message
center is used for delivering text messages and smart messages such
as picture messages.
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•
Receive report (delivery report)—When this system service is set to
Yes, the status of the sent message (Pending, Failed, Delivered) is
shown in the Log.
•
Message validity—If the recipient of a message cannot be reached
within the validity period, the message is removed from the text
message service center. Note that the system must support this
feature. Maximum time is the maximum amount of time allowed
by the system.
•
Message sent as—The options are Text, Fax, Paging, and E-mail.
For further information, contact your service provider.
Note: Change this option only if you are sure that your service
center is able to convert text messages into these other formats.
•
Preferred connection—You can send text messages by the normal
GSM system or by GPRS, if supported by the system. See “GPRS Packet
data” on p. 38.
•
Reply via same ctr. (system service)—By setting this option to Yes, if
the recipient replies to your message, the return message is sent using
the same text message service center number. Note that this may not
work between all operators.
ADD A NEW TEXT MESSAGE CENTER
1 Open Message centers and select Options→ New msg. center.
2
Press
3
Press
, press
and write the number of the text message service
center (Must be defined). Press OK. You need the message center
number to send text and picture messages. You can get the number
from your service provider.
To use the new settings, go back to the settings view and scroll to
Msg. center in use. Press
and select the new service center.
, write a name for the service center and press OK.
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Settings for multimedia messages
Go to Messaging and select Options→ Settings→ Multimedia message
to open the following list of settings:
• Preferred connection (Must be defined)—Select which access point
is used as the preferred connection for the multimedia message
center. See “Settings for multimedia messages” on p. 101.
Note: If you receive multimedia message settings in a smart
message and save them, the received settings are automatically
used for the Preferred connection. See “Receive smart messages”
on p. 90.
• Secondary conn.—Select which access point is used as the secondary
connection for the multimedia message center.
Note: Both Preferred connection and Secondary conn. must have
the same Homepage setting pointing to the same multimedia
service center. Only the data connection is different.
Example: If your preferred connection uses a packet data connection, you
may want to use high-speed data or data call for the secondary connection.
This way you are able to send and receive multimedia messages even
when you are not in a system that supports packet data. For availability
of and subscription to data services, please contact your service provider.
See also “Data connections and access points” on p. 36.
• Multimedia reception—Select:
• Only in home net.—if you want to receive multimedia messages
only when you are in your home system. When you are outside
your home system, multimedia message reception is turned off.
• Always on—if you want to receive multimedia messages always.
• Off—if you do not want to receive multimedia messages or
advertisements at all.
Note: When you are outside your home system, sending and
receiving multimedia messages may cost more. 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.
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•
On receiving msg.—Select:
•
Retr. immediately—if you want the phone 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 center to
save the message to be retrieved later. To retrieve the message
later, set On receiving msg. to Retr. immediately.
•
Reject message—if you want to reject multimedia messages.
The multimedia messaging center 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 receive multimedia
message advertisements or not.
•
Reports—Set to Yes, if you want the status of the sent message
(Pending, Failed, Delivered) to be shown in the Log. When set to No,
only the status Delivered is shown in the Log. See “Log—Call log and
general log” on p. 26.
•
Deny report sending—Choose Yes, if you do not want your phone to
send delivery reports of received multimedia messages.
•
Message validity—If the recipient of a message cannot be reached
within the validity period, the message is removed from the multimedia
messaging center. Note that the system must support this feature.
Maximum time is the maximum amount of time allowed by the system.
•
Image size—Define the size of the image in a multimedia message.
The options are: Small (max. of 160*120 pixels) and Large (max.
640*480 pixels).
•
Speaker—Choose Loudspeaker or Normal, if you want the sounds in
a multimedia message to be played through the loudspeaker or the
earpiece. For more information, see “Loudspeaker” on p. 19.
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Settings for e-mail
Go to Messaging and select Options→ Settings→ E-mail.
Options when editing e-mail settings are: Editing options, New mailbox,
Delete, Call, and Exit.
Open Mailbox in use to select which mailbox you want to use.
Settings for Mailboxes
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:
•
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. For more
information on how to create an IAP, see also “Connection settings”
on p. 36.
•
My mail address (Must be defined)—Write the e-mail address given
to you by your service provider. The address must contain the @
symbol. 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.
•
Send message—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 your
remote mailbox and to the address defined in My mail address.
•
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.
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•
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.
Note: This setting can be selected only once and cannot be
changed if you have saved or exited from the mailbox settings.
•
Security—Used with the POP3, IMAP4, and SMTP protocols to secure
the connection to the remote mailbox.
•
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 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 receive
service messages.
•
Authentic. needed—Choose if you want to receive service messages
only from authorized sources.
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Messaging
Settings for Cell broadcast
Check with your service provider to see if Cell broadcast is available and
what topics and numbers are available. 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 want
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.
Settings for the Sent folder
Go to Messaging and select Options→ Settings→ Sent folder 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 memory store. Choices are phone’s memory or
memory card, if one is used.
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10 Profiles
Go to Menu→ Profiles.
In Profiles, you can adjust and customize the
phone tones for different events, environments,
or caller groups. There are five preset profiles:
Normal, Silent, Meeting, Outdoor, and Pager,
which you can customize to meet your needs.
You can see the currently selected profile at the
top of the display in the standby mode. If the
Normal profile is in use, only the current date
is shown.
The tones can be default ringing tones, tones created in Composer, tones
received in a message, or transferred to your phone by infrared, PC, or
Bluetooth connection and then saved to your phone.
• CHANGE THE PROFILE
1
Go to Menu→ Profiles. A list of profiles opens.
2
In the Profiles list, scroll to a profile and select Options→ Activate.
Shortcut: To change the profile, press
in the standby mode. Scroll to
the profile you want to activate and press OK.
• CUSTOMIZE PROFILES
1
To modify a profile, scroll to the profile
in the Profiles list and select Options→
Customize. A list of profile settings opens.
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Profiles
2
Scroll to the setting you want to change and press
following choices:
•
to open the
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.
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 p. 20.
Note: You can change ringing tones in two places: Profiles
or Contacts. See “Add a ringing tone for a contact card
or group” on p. 56.
•
Ringing options—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.
•
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.
•
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 “Create contact groups” on p. 57.
•
Profile name—You can rename a profile with any name you want.
The Normal profile cannot be renamed.
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11 Favorites
Go to Menu→ Favorites.
You can use Favorites to store shortcuts, links
to your favorite photos, video clips, notes,
Recorder sound files, browser bookmarks, and
saved browser pages.
The default shortcuts are:
— opens the Notes editor
— opens the Calendar with the current
date selected
— opens the Messaging Inbox
Options in the Favorites main view are:
Open, Edit shortcut name, Delete shortcut, Move, List view / Grid view,
Help, and Exit.
• ADD SHORTCUTS
Shortcuts can be added only from the individual applications. Not all
applications have this functionality.
1
Open the application and scroll to the item that you want to add as a
shortcut to Favorites.
2
Select Options→ Add to Favorites and press OK.
Note: A shortcut in Favorites is automatically updated if you move
the item it is pointing to, for example, from one folder to another.
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• SHORTCUT OPTIONS
•
To open a shortcut, scroll to the icon and press
in the corresponding application.
•
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 heading, 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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. The file is opened
12 Calendar and To-do
Go to Menu→ Calendar.
Note: Your phone must be switched on to use this function. Do not
switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when
it may cause interference or danger.
Options when editing a calendar entry are: Delete, Send, Help, and Exit.
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 p. 20.
• CREATE CALENDAR ENTRIES
1
Select Options→ New entry and select
from the following options:
•
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 p. 111). Use the Scroll
key to move between fields. Press the # key to change between upper
and lower case.
3
To save the entry, press Done.
Edit calendar entries
1
In the Day view, scroll to the entry and press
2
Edit the entry fields and press Done.
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to open it.
Calendar and To-do
•
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.
Delete calendar entries
•
In the Day view, scroll to the entry you want to delete and select
Options→ Delete or press
. Press OK 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.
Example: Your weekly class has been cancelled. You have set the calendar
to remind you every week. Choose This entry only and the calendar will
remind you again next week.
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.
Example: The repeat function is handy if you have a recurring event, a
weekly class, a biweekly meeting, or a daily routine you need to remember.
• 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.
• Synchronization—If you select Private, after synchronization 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 synchronize your 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 to your PC when you synchronize
your calendar.
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Calendar views
MONTH VIEW
In the Month view, one row equals one week. The current date is underlined.
Dates that have calendar entries are marked with a small triangle at the
right bottom 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.
If you press the # key in Month, Week, or Day views, the current date is
automatically highlighted.
Calendar entry icons
in Day and Week views
Synchronization icons
in Month view
Meeting
Private
Memo
Public
Anniversary
None
The day has more
than one view
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WEEK VIEW
In the Week view, the calendar entries for the selected week are shown in
seven day boxes. The current day of the week is underlined. Memos and
Anniversaries are placed before 8 AM. Meeting entries are marked with
colored bars according to starting and ending times.
To view or edit an entry, scroll to the cell that has an entry and press
to open the Day view, then scroll to the entry and press
to open it.
Options in the different calendar views are: 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 AM.
•
To open an entry for editing, scroll to it and press
•
Press
to go to the next day or press
.
to go to the previous day.
SETTINGS FOR CALENDAR VIEWS
Select Options→ Settings and select:
•
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.
Shortcut: To create a calendar entry, press any key (1–0) in any calendar
view. A Meeting entry is opened and the characters you keyed in are added
to the Subject field.
• SET CALENDAR ALARMS
1
Create a new Meeting or Anniversary entry, or open a previously
created entry.
2
Scroll to Alarm and press
date fields.
to open the Alarm time and Alarm
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3
Set the alarm time and date.
4
Press Done. An alarm indicator
Day view.
is shown next to the entry in the
Stop a calendar alarm
The alarm duration is one minute. When the alarm time expires, press
Stop to end the calendar alarm. If you press any other key, the alarm is
set to snooze.
• SEND CALENDAR ENTRIES
In the Day view, scroll to the entry you want to send and select Options→
Send. Then select the method, the choices are: Via text message, Via e-mail
(available only if the correct e-mail settings are in place), Via Bluetooth,
or Via infrared. For further information, see the “Messaging” on p. 73,
“Send and receive data using infrared” on p. 146, and “Send data using
Bluetooth connection” on p. 142.
• 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 p. 20.
1
To start to write a to-do note, press any
key (1–9). The editor opens and the cursor
blinks after the letters you have keyed in.
2
Write the task in the Subject field. Press the *
key to add special characters.
•
To set the due date, scroll to the Due date
field and key in a date.
•
To set a priority, scroll to the Priority field
and press
.
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3
To save the to-do note, press Done.
Note: If you remove all characters and press Done, the
previously saved note will be deleted.
•
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.
Priority icons
High
Low
no icon
Normal
Status icons
task completed
task not completed
• IMPORT DATA FROM OTHER NOKIA PHONES
You can move calendar, contacts, and to-do data from many different
Nokia phones to your Nokia 3620 or Nokia 3660 using the PC Suite Data
Import application. Instructions for using the application can be found in
the PC Suite online help on the CD-ROM.
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13 Extras
• CALCULATOR
Note: Your phone must be switched on to use this function. Do not
switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when
it may cause interference or danger.
Go to Menu→ Extras→ Calculator.
Options in Calculator are: Last result, Memory, Clear screen, Help,
and Exit.
1
Enter the first number of your calculation. Press
any mistakes.
2
Scroll to a function and press
Use
to add,
to erase
to select it.
to subtract,
3
Enter the second number.
4
To execute the calculation, scroll to
to multiply, or
and press
to divide.
.
Note: The Calculator has limited accuracy and rounding errors
may occur, especially in long divisions.
•
To add a decimal, press the # key.
•
Press and hold
•
Use
and
the sheet.
•
Select
to save a number to the memory, indicated by M.
To retrieve the number from the memory, select
.
•
To retrieve the result of the last calculation, select
Options→ Last result.
to clear the result of the previous calculation.
to view previous calculations and move in
Press the # key repeatedly to scroll the functions. You can see the selection
change between the functions.
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• COMPOSER
Go to Menu→ Extras→ Composer.
Options in the Composer main view are: Open, New tone,
Delete, Mark/Unmark, Rename, Duplicate, Help, and Exit.
Composer allows you to create your own, customized ringing tones.
Note that it is not possible to edit a default ringing tone.
1 Select Options→ New tone to open the editor and to start composing.
•
•
Use the keys to add notes and rests. See the following table.
Or, select Options→ Insert symbol to open a list of notes and rests.
The default duration for a note is 1/4.
To listen to the tone, press
or select Options→ Play. The playback
is always started from the beginning of the tone. To stop playing,
press Stop.
•
To adjust the volume while a tone is playing, press
to increase
or press
to decrease it. Or, select Options→ Volume before
you start to play the tone.
•
To adjust the tempo, select Options→ Tempo. To increase
or decrease the tempo gradually, press and hold
or
,
respectively. Tempo is measured in beats per minute.
The maximum is 250 beats, the default tempo for a new
tone is 160 beats, and the minimum is 50 beats.
To select many notes or rests at the same time, press and hold
and press and hold
or
at the same time.
To apply different playing styles, select two or more notes and
then select Options→ Style→ Legato (notes are played in a
smooth and even manner) or select one or more notes and then
select Staccato (notes are played separately to produce short
sharp sounds).
To move note(s) up or down on the staff by a half step, scroll to
the note and press
or
.
•
•
•
•
For example, press and hold
produce C#.
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together with the 1 key to
2
Select Back to save.
Options when composing are: Play, Insert symbol, Style, Tempo, Volume,
Help and Exit.
Key
Note
Key and function
1
C
The 8 key shortens the duration of the selected
note(s)/rest(s) in steps.
2
D
The 9 key lengthens the duration of the selected
note(s)/rest(s) in steps.
3
E
The 0 key inserts a rest.
4
F
Press the * key to open a list of notes and rests.
5
G
The # key switches octaves, all selected note(s) or
rest(s) is/are moved to the next octave.
6
A
7
B
deletes selected note(s).
A long press of keys 0–7 produces a lengthened (dotted)
note or rest or shortens a lengthened note.
• CONVERTER
In Converter, you can convert measures such as Length from
one unit (Yards) to another (Meters).
Go to Menu→ Extras → Converter.
Options in Converter are: Select unit /Change currency, Conversion type,
Currency rates, Help, and Exit.
Note: The Converter has limited accuracy and rounding errors
may occur.
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Convert units
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.
Scroll to the next Unit field and select the unit to which you want
to convert.
3
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 the # key to add a decimal and press the * key 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.
To rename a currency, go to the Currency rates view, scroll to the currency,
and select Options→ Rename currency.
Set 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.
Example: If you set the United States Dollar (USD) as the base currency, a
Euro is 1.00. Thus, you would write 1.00 as the exchange rate for the Euro.
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.
2
To change the base currency, scroll to the currency (usually your
domestic currency), and select Options→ Set as base curr..
Important: When you change the base currency, all previously
set exchange rates are set to 0 and you need to key in new rates.
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3
Add exchange rates (see example), 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 “Convert units” on p. 119.
• NOTES
Go to Menu→ Extras→ Notes.
You can link notes to Favorites and send them to other devices. Plain text
files (TXT format) you receive can be saved to Notes.
Press the 1–0 keys to start to write. Press
to save.
to clear letters. Press Done
• CLOCK
Go to Menu→ Extras→ Clock.
Options in Clock are: Set alarm, Reset alarm, Remove alarm, Settings,
Help, and Exit.
Change clock settings
To change the time or date, select Options→ Settings in Clock. To change
the clock shown in the standby mode, scroll down in the Date and time
settings and select Clock type→ Analog or Digital.
Set 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.
The alarm clock works even if the phone is switched off.
To cancel an alarm, go to clock and select Options→ Remove alarm.
Turn off an alarm
•
Press Stop to turn off the alarm.
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Extras
•
When the alarm tone sounds, 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.
Note: Do not press Yes when wireless phone use is prohibited or
when it may cause interference or danger.
• RECORDER
Go to Menu→ Extras→ Recorder.
Options in Recorder are: Open, Record sound clip, Delete, Move to phone
mem, Move to mem. card, Rename sound clip, Send, Add to Favorites, Help,
and Exit.
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.
Note: When using this feature, obey all laws and respect the
privacy and legitimate rights of others.
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.
Note: Recorder cannot be used when a data call or a GPRS
connection is active.
• MEMORY CARD
Options in the memory card are: Backup phone mem.,
Restore from card, Format mem. card, Memory card name, Set password,
Change password, Remove password, Unlock memory card, Mem. in use,
Help and Exit.
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If you have a memory card you can use it to store your multimedia files
like video clips and sound files, photos, messaging information, and to
backup information from your phone’s memory.
Important: Keep all memory cards out of the reach of small children.
Note: Details of how you can use the memory card with other
features and applications of the Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660 are
given in the sections describing these features and applications.
Insert the memory card
1
Make sure the phone is switched off.
2
With the back of the phone facing you, slide open the cover and remove
the battery, see Quick start ‘Insert the SIM card’ for instructions on
removing the cover.
3
Position the memory card in its slot.
Make sure that the gold contacts of the card are facing down.
4
Slide the silver catch over the memory card to secure it.
5
When you have secured the card in place, replace the battery, then
replace the cover by sliding it back into place.
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Extras
Important: If you are installing an
application to the memory card and
need to reboot the phone, do not
remove the card until the reboot is
complete. Otherwise the application
files may be lost.
Format the memory card
You must format the memory card before
you can use it for the first time.
Select Options→ Format mem. card.
You will be asked to confirm your request and once you confirm,
formatting starts.
Back up and restore phone memory
You can backup information from your phone’s memory to the memory
card. Select Options→ Backup phone mem.
You can restore information from the memory card to the phone’s
memory. Select Options→ Restore from card.
Memory card password
You can set a password to protect your memory card against
unauthorized use.
Note: The password is stored in your phone and you do not 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.
To set up, change, or remove your password select Options→ Set password,
Change password, or Remove password.
The password can be up to eight characters long.
Important: Once the password is removed, the memory card can be
used on any phone without a password.
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UNLOCK 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.
Check memory consumption
Using the Mem. in use option, 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→ Mem. in use.
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Services (XHTML)
14 Services (XHTML)
Go to Menu→ Services or press and hold the 0 key in the
standby mode.
The 0 key is marked with an internet symbol so that you can
easily locate it and use it to connect to the internet.
Note: Your phone must be switched on to use this function. Do not
switch the phone on when wireless phone use is prohibited or when
it may cause interference or danger.
XHTML browser supports pages written in the Hypertext Markup
Language (XHTML) and the Wireless Markup Language (WML).
Various service providers on the Internet
maintain pages specifically designed for
mobile phones, offering services such as
news, weather reports, banking, travel
information, entertainment, and games.
With the XHTML 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 THE WEB
•
Save the settings that are needed to access the web service that you
want to use. See “Phone browser service settings” on p. 126.
•
Connect to the service. See “Make a connection” on p. 126.
•
Start browsing the web pages. See “Browsing” on p. 128.
•
Disconnect from the service. “End a connection” on p. 131.
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• PHONE BROWSER SERVICE SETTINGS
Receiving settings in a smart message
Settings may be available, for example, on the site of a network operator
or service provider.
You may receive service settings in a special text message called a “smart
message” from the network operator or service provider that offers the
service. See “Receive smart messages” on p. 90. For more information,
contact your network operator or service provider.
Key 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 p. 36.
2
Go to Services→ Options→ Add bookmark. Write a name for the
bookmark and the address of the browser page defined for the current
access point.
Make a connection
To access the Bookmarks view while browsing, press and hold down
.
To return to the browser view again, select Options→ Back to page.
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 (
) of your service provider.
•
Select a bookmark from the Bookmarks view.
•
Press the 2–9 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 also “Data connection indicators” on p. 14.
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Services (XHTML)
Connection security
If the security indicator
is displayed during a connection, the data
transmission between the phone and the browser gateway or server is
encrypted and secure.
Note: The security icon does not indicate that data transmission
between the gateway and the content server (the place where the
requested resource is stored) is secure. It is up to the service
provider to secure data transmission between the gateway and
the content server.
View bookmarks
Options in the Bookmarks view (selection
on a bookmark or folder) are: Open, Download,
Back to page, Send, Go to URL address / Find
bookmark, Add bookmark, Edit, Delete, Read
service msgs., Disconnect, Move to folder,
New folder, Mark/Unmark, Rename, Clear
cache, Details, Add to Favorites, Settings,
Help, and Exit.
A bookmark consists of an Internet address
(mandatory), bookmark title, WAP access point, and if the service requires,
a user name and password.
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 web pages. Bookmarks are indicated by the following icons:
— The starting page defined for the browser access point. If you
use another web access point for browsing, the starting page is
changed accordingly.
— The last visited page. When the phone is disconnected from the
service, the address of the last visited page is kept in memory until
a new page is visited during the next connection.
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— 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.
See the bookmarks figure in “Keys and commands used in browsing” on
p. 128.
Options when browsing are: Open, Service options, Bookmarks, History,
Go to URL address, View images, Read service msgs., Save as bookmark,
Send bookmark, Reload, Disconnect, Show images, Clear cache, Save page,
Find, Details, Session, Security, Settings, Help, and Exit.
Add bookmarks
1
In the Bookmarks view, select Options→ Add bookmark.
2
Start to fill in the fields (see the bookmarks figure in “Keys and
commands used in browsing” on p. 128). 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.
Send bookmarks
To send a bookmark, scroll to it and select Options→ Send→
Via text message.
• 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.
Keys and commands used
in browsing
•
To open a link, press
.
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Services (XHTML)
•
To scroll the view, use the Scroll key.
•
To enter letters and numbers in a field,
press the 0–9 keys. Press the * key to
enter special characters such as /, ., :, and
@. Press
to clear characters. (See
“Write text” on page 76.)
•
To go to the previous page while
browsing, press Back. If Back is not
available, select 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→ Reload.
•
To open a sublist of commands or actions for the currently open web
page, select Options→ Service options.
•
Press
.
to disconnect from a web service and to quit browsing.
VIEWING NEW SERVICE MESSAGES WHILE BROWSING
To download and view new service messages while browsing:
1
Select Options→ Read service msgs. (shown only if there are
new messages).
2
Scroll to the message and press
to download and open it.
For more information about service messages, see “Service messages”
on p. 91.
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 also “Receive smart messages” on p. 90.
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• VIEW SAVED PAGES
Options in the Saved pages view are: Open, Back to page, Reload, Remove,
Read service msgs., Disconnect, Move to folder, New folder, Mark/Unmark,
Rename, Clear cache, Details, Add to Favorites, Settings, Help, and Exit.
If you regularly browse pages containing
information that doesn’t change very often,
for example a train timetable, you can save
and then browse them when offline. If you
have a memory card, you can save web pages
on it instead of the phone’s memory.
To save a page, while browsing select
Options→Save page.
•
Saved web pages are indicated by the
icon.
•
In the saved pages view you can also create folders to store your
saved web pages. Folders containing saved web pages are indicated
by the
icon.
•
To open the Saved pages view, press
in the Bookmarks view
(see the saved pages figure on p. 130). In the Saved pages view,
press
to open a saved page.
•
If you want to start a connection to the web service and to retrieve
the page again, select Options→ Reload. You can also arrange the
pages into folders.
Note: The phone stays online after you reload the page.
• DOWNLOAD THROUGH THE BROWSER
You can download items such as ringing tones, images, operator logos and
video clips through the mobile browser. These items can be provided free
or for a price.
Once downloaded, items are handled by the respective applications on
your phone, for example a downloaded photo will be saved in the Images.
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Services (XHTML)
Download directly from the web page
To download the item directly from a web page scroll to the link and select
Options→ Open.
Purchase an item
Digital Rights Management (DRM) is a system for protecting the copyright
of digital content that is distributed online. Copyright protections may
prevent some images, ringtones and other content from being copied,
modified, transferred or forwarded.
To download the item:
• Scroll to the link and select Options→ Open.
•
Select Buy if you want to buy the item.
Check an item before downloading
You can see details about an item before you download it. Details about
an item may include the price, brief description and size.
Note: Check with your service provide to see if they offer this service.
•
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.
• END A CONNECTION
To end a connection, select Options→ Disconnect. You can also press and
hold
to quit browsing and to return to the standby mode.
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Empty the cache
The information or services you have accessed are stored in the cache
memory of the phone.
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→
Clear cache.
Note: A cache is a buffer memory that is used to store
data temporarily.
• BROWSER 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. For more information, see “Connection
settings” on p. 36.
•
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.
•
Font size—You can choose five text sizes in the browser: Smallest,
Small, Normal, Large and Largest.
•
Cookies—Allow /Reject. You can enable or disable the receiving and
sending of cookies.
•
Confirm touch tones—Always / First sending only. The browser supports
functions you can access while browsing. You can make a voice call
while you are on a browser page, send touch tones while a voice call
is in progress, and save in Contacts a name and phone number from
a browser page. Choose whether you want to confirm before the phone
sends touch tones during a voice call.
•
Text wrapping—Choose Off if you don’t want the text in a paragraph
to automatically wrap, or On if you do.
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Java™ Applications
15 Java™ Applications
Note: Your phone must be switched on to use this
function. Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone
use is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.
Go to Menu→ Applications.
Options in the Applications main view are: Open, View details, Settings,
Remove, Go to URL address, Update, Help, and Exit.
In the Applications main view you can open installed Java applications
or remove them. In the Install view you can install new Java applications
(file extensions .jad or .jar).
Note: Your phone supports J2ME Java applications. Do not download
PersonalJava applications to your phone as they cannot be installed.
When you open Applications, you can see a list
of Java applications that have been installed to
your phone. Scroll to an application and select
Options→ View details to view:
• Status—Installed, Running, or Downloaded
(shown only in Install view)
• Version—the application version number
•
Supplier—the supplier or manufacturer of
the application
•
•
Size—the size of the application file in kilobytes
Type—a brief description of the application
•
•
URL—an address of an information page on the Internet
Data—the size of application data such as high scores, in kilobytes
To start a data connection and to view extra information about the
application, scroll to it and select Options→ Go to URL 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.
Applications uses shared memory. See “Shared memory” on p. 20.
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• INSTALL A JAVA APPLICATION
Options in the Install view are: Install, View details, Delete, Help, and Exit.
Installation files may be transferred to your phone from a computer,
downloaded during browsing, or sent to you in a multimedia message as
an e-mail attachment using a Bluetooth connection or infrared connection.
If you are using PC Suite to transfer the file, place it in the c:\nokia\installs
folder in your phone.
Warning: Only install software from sources that offer adequate
protection against viruses and other harmful software.
1
In the Applications main view, to view the installation packages, press
to open the Downloaded view.
Note: In the Install view, you can only install Java software
installation files with the extension .jad or .jar.
2
To install an application, scroll to an installation file and select
Options→ Install.
Alternatively, search the phone memory for the installation file, select the
file, and press
to start the installation.
Example: If you have received the installation file as an e-mail attachment,
go to your mailbox, open the e-mail, open the Attachments view, scroll to
the installation file, and press
to start the installation. Press Yes to
confirm the installation.
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 Applications, 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.
During installation, the phone checks the integrity of the package to be
installed. The phone shows information about the checks being carried
out, and you are given options whether to continue with or cancel the
installation. Once the phone has checked the integrity of the software
package, the application is installed on your phone.
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Java™ Applications
The phone informs you when installation is complete. To open the Java
application after installation, you must go to the Applications main view.
When you are browsing WAP or browser pages, you can download an
installation file and install it immediately. Note, however, that the
connection is left running in the background during installation.
OPENING A JAVA APPLICATION
Scroll to an application in the Applications main view and press
open it.
to
UNINSTALLING A JAVA APPLICATION
Select the application in the Applications main view and select
Options→ Remove.
• JAVA APPLICATION SETTINGS
To define a default access point for downloading missing application
components, select Options→ Settings→ Default access point. For more
information on creating access points, see the “Access points” on p. 38.
Select an application and select Options→ Settings, and then select one
of the following:
Access point—Select an access point to be used by the application for
downloading extra data.
Network connection—Some Java applications may require a data connection
to be made to a defined access point. If no access point has been selected,
you will be asked to select one. The options are:
•
Allowed—The connection is created immediately without a notification.
•
Ask first—You will be asked before the application makes
the connection.
•
Not allowed—Connections are not allowed.
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16 Manager
• INSTALL APPLICATIONS AND SOFTWARE
Note: Your phone must be switched on to use the functions in the
Tools folder. Do not switch the phone on when wireless phone use
is prohibited or when it may cause interference or danger.
Go to Menu→ Tools→ Manager.
In Manager you can install new applications and software packages,
and remove applications from your phone. You can also check the
memory consumption.
Options in the Manager main view are: View details, View certificate,
Install, Remove, View log, Send log, Memory details, Help, and Exit.
When you open Manager, you can see a list of:
•
Installation packages that have been saved to Manager.
•
Partially installed applications (indicated by
•
Fully installed applications that you can remove (indicated by
).
).
Note: In Manager, you can only use device software installation
files with an .sis extension.
To install Java applications (file extension .jad or .jar), go to Applications. For
further information, see “Java™ Applications” on p. 133.
Scroll to an installation file and select Options→ View details to view the
Name, Version, Type, Size, Supplier, and Status of the software package.
Scroll to a software package and select Options→ View certificate to display
the security certificate details of a software package. See “Certificate
management” on p. 46.
Warning: Only install software from sources that offer adequate
protection against viruses and other harmful software.
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To help you, the software installation system uses digital signatures and
certificates on software packages. Do not install the application if Manager
gives a security warning during installation.
Select Options→ View log to see what software packages have been
installed or removed and when.
• INSTALL SOFTWARE
You can install applications that are specifically intended for the Nokia 3620
and Nokia 3660 phones or suitable for the Symbian operating system.
A software package is usually one large compressed file containing many
component files.
Note: If you install a program that is not intended specifically
for the Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660 phones, it may function and
look very different from the usual Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660
phone applications.
Warning: If you install a file that contains an update or repair to an
existing application, you can only restore the original application if
you have the original installation file or a full back-up copy of the
removed software package. To restore the original application, first
remove the application and then install the application again from
the original installation file or the back-up copy.
Installation packages may be transferred to your phone from a computer,
downloaded during browsing, or sent to you in a multimedia message, as an
e-mail attachment, by Bluetooth connection, or by infrared. If you are using
PC Suite to transfer the file, place it in the c:\nokia\installs folder on
your phone.
Example: If you have received the installation file as an e-mail attachment,
go to your mailbox, open the e-mail, open the Attachments view, scroll to
the installation file, and press
to start the installation.
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Start the installation:
To start the installation, open Manager, scroll to the installation package,
and select Options→ Install.
Alternatively, search the phone memory or the memory card for the
installation file, select the file, and press
to start the installation.
If you are installing software without a digital signature or a certificate,
the phone warns you of the risks of installing software. Continue installation
only if you are absolutely sure of the origin and contents of the
software package.
During installation, the phone checks the integrity of the package 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 software package, the
application is installed on your phone.
To send your installation log to a help desk so that they can see what has
been installed or removed, select Options→ Send log→ Via text message or
Via e-mail (available only if the correct e-mail settings are in place).
• REMOVE SOFTWARE
1
To remove a software package, scroll to it and select Options→ Remove.
2
Press Yes to confirm the removal.
Warning: If you remove software, you can only re-install it if you
have the original software package or a full back-up of the removed
software package. If you remove a software package, you may
no longer be able to open documents created with that software.
If another software package depends on the software package that
you removed, the other software package may stop working. Refer to
the documentation of the installed software package for details.
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• VIEW MEMORY CONSUMPTION
To open the memory view select Options→ Memory details.
Note: If you have a memory card installed on your phone, you will
have a choice of two memory views, one for the phone or Phone
memory and one for the Memory card. If not, you will only have the
Phone memory view.
When you open either of the memory views, the phone calculates the
amount of free memory for storing data and installing new software. 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.
If the phone memory is getting low, remove some documents, or move
them to the memory card. See also the “Troubleshooting” on p. 173.
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17 Connectivity
Note: Your phone must be switched on to use the functions in the
Connectivity folder. Do not switch the phone on when wireless
phone use is prohibited or when it may cause interference
or danger.
You can transfer data from your phone to another compatible device, for
example, a phone or a computer, using a Bluetooth connection or infrared.
• BLUETOOTH CONNECTION
Go to Menu→ Connect.→ Bluetooth.
Bluetooth connectivity enables cost-free
wireless connections between electronic
devices within a maximum range of 30 feet.
A Bluetooth connection can be used to send
images, texts, business cards, and calendar
notes. It can also be used to connect wirelessly
to products with or using Bluetooth wireless
technology, such as computers.
Since Bluetooth devices communicate
using radio waves, your phone and the
other Bluetooth device do not need to
be in direct line-of-sight.
The two devices only need to be within a maximum of 30 feet (10 meters)
of each other, although the connection can be subject to interference
from obstructions such as walls or from other electronic devices.
Using the Bluetooth application 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 Bluetooth devices. Check with your
local authorities.
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Bluetooth device compatibility
The Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660 phones are designed to be compliant with
and to adapt to Bluetooth Specification 1.1. Compatibility between the
phone and other products with Bluetooth wireless technology depends also
on the profiles and protocols used by both devices. The current profiles
supported by the Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660 are:
•
Dial-Up Networking profile (DUN) as a gateway
•
Fax profile (FAX) as a gateway
•
Object Push profile (OPP) as a client and server
•
File Transfer profile (FTP) as a server
•
Handsfree profile (HFP) as an audio gateway
•
Generic Object Exchange profile (GOEP)
•
Generic Access profile (GAP)
•
Serial Port profile (SPP) with the PC connectivity software
For information on compatibility with other Bluetooth devices, contact
their manufacturers.
Activate the Bluetooth application for the first time
When you activate the Bluetooth application
for the first time, you are asked to give a
Bluetooth name to your phone.
After you have set the Bluetooth application
to be active and changed My phone's visibility
to All, your phone and this name can be seen
by other Bluetooth device users.
Write a name (max. 30 letters) or use the
default name. If you send data using a
Bluetooth connection before you have given
an individual Bluetooth name to your phone,
the default name will be used.
To send text using a Bluetooth connection (instead of text messages), go
to Notes, write the text, and select Options→ Send→ Via Bluetooth.
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Bluetooth application settings
To modify the Bluetooth application settings, scroll to the setting you
.
want to change and press
•
Bluetooth—Select On if you want to use Bluetooth wireless technology.
If you set the Bluetooth application Off all active Bluetooth connections
are ended and the Bluetooth application 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 Bluetooth devices during device search. If you
select Hidden, your phone cannot be found by other devices during
device search.
•
My Bluetooth name—Define a Bluetooth name for your phone.
After you have set the Bluetooth application to be active and
changed My phone's visibility to All, this name can be seen by
other Bluetooth device users.
When searching for devices, some Bluetooth devices may show only
the unique Bluetooth addresses (device addresses). To find out what
the unique Bluetooth address of your phone is, enter the code *#2820#
in the standby mode.
Send data using Bluetooth connection
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 Images application.
2
Scroll to the item you want to send, for
example, a photo and select Options→
Send→ Via Bluetooth.
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3
4
5
The phone starts to search for devices within range. Bluetooth enabled
devices that are within range start to appear on the display one by
one. You can see a device icon, the device’s Bluetooth name, the
device type, or a short name. Paired devices are shown with
.
Note: If you have searched for Bluetooth 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.
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.
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.
If required to pair with the other device, consider the following:
•
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 Bluetooth device to use the
same code. This passcode is used only once and you do not have
to memorize it.
After pairing, the device is saved to the Paired devices view
(see “Paired devices view” on p. 144).
•
Note: Pairing means authentication. The users of the
Bluetooth enabled devices should agree on the passcode
and use the same passcode for both devices in order to pair
them. Devices that do not have a user interface have a
factory set passcode.
When the connection has been successfully established, the note
Sending data is shown.
Note: Data received by a Bluetooth connection can be
found in the Inbox folder in Messaging. See “Inbox” on p. 87
for further information.
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Note: If sending fails, the message or data will be deleted.
The Drafts folder in Messaging does not store messages sent
by a Bluetooth connection.
Icons for different Bluetooth enabled devices
Computer
Phone
Other
Unknown
Check the status of the Bluetooth connection
•
When is shown in the standby mode, the Bluetooth application
is active.
•
•
When
When
is blinking, your phone is trying to connect to the other device.
is shown continuously, the Bluetooth connection is active.
Paired devices view
Options in the paired devices view are: New paired device, Connect /
Disconnect, Assign short name, Delete, Delete all, Set as authorized / Set as
unauthorized, Help, and Exit.
Pairing with a device makes device searches easier and quicker. Paired
devices are easier to recognize; they are indicated by
in the search
result list. In the Bluetooth application main view, press
to open a list
of paired devices (
).
PAIR 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 Bluetooth 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 “Send data using Bluetooth connection” on
p. 142. The device is added to the Paired devices list.
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You can also play phone-to-phone games using a Bluetooth connection.
CANCEL 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, pairing is removed immediately but the
connection will remain active.
ASSIGN SHORT NAMES FOR PAIRED DEVICES
You can define a short name (nickname, alias) to help you recognize a
certain device. This name is stored in the phone memory and cannot be
seen by other Bluetooth device users.
Example: Give a short name to your friend’s Bluetooth enabled device or
to your own computer to be able to recognize it more easily.
To assign a short name, scroll to the device and select Options→ Assign
short name. Write the short name and press OK.
Note: Choose a name which is easy to remember and recognize.
Later when you are searching for devices or a device is requesting
a connection, the name you have chosen will be used to identify
the device.
SET A DEVICE TO BE AUTHORIZED OR UNAUTHORIZED
After you have paired with a device, you can
set it to be authorized or unauthorized:
Unauthorized (default)—Connection requests
from this device need to be accepted separately
every time.
Authorized—Connections between your
phone and this device can be made without
your knowledge. No separate acceptance or
authorization is needed. Use this status for
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your own devices, for example, your PC, or devices that belong to someone
you trust. The icon is added next to authorized devices in the Paired
devices view.
In the Paired devices view, scroll to the device and select Options→ Set
as authorized / Set as unauthorized.
Receive data using a Bluetooth connection
When you receive data through a Bluetooth connection, a tone sounds
and you are asked if you want to accept the Bluetooth message. If you
accept,
is shown and the item is placed in the Inbox folder in
Messaging. Bluetooth messages are indicated by
. See “Inbox” on p. 87
for further information.
Disconnect a Bluetooth connection
A Bluetooth connection is disconnected automatically after sending or
receiving data.
• INFRARED CONNECTION
To start infrared, go to Menu→ Connect.→ Infrared
Using 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.
Send and receive data using infrared
Note: All items which are received by infrared are placed in the
Inbox folder in Messaging. New infrared messages are indicated by
. See “Inbox” on p. 87 for further information.
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 three
feet at most. To find the infrared port, see the picture of the different
keys in the General information section of this guide.
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2
The user of the receiving device activates the infrared port.
To activate the infrared port of your phone to receive data by infrared,
.
go to Menu→ Connect.→ Infrared and press
3
The user of the sending device selects the desired infrared function to
start data transfer.
To send data by infrared, select Options→ Send→ Via infrared in
an application.
If data transfer is not started within two minutes after the activation of
the infrared port, the connection is cancelled and must be started again.
You can also play phone-to-phone games using infrared.
Example: To send a contact card by infrared: (1) Ask the receiver to
activate the infrared port in his/her device. (2) Go to Contacts, scroll to a
card and select Options→ Send→ Via infrared.
Note: Windows 2000: To be able to use infrared to transfer files
between your Nokia 3620 or Nokia 3660 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.
Check 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 through
its infrared port.
• CONNECT YOUR PHONE TO A COMPUTER
For further information on how to make a connection to a compatible
computer through infrared or a Bluetooth connection and how to install
PC Suite, see “PC Suite” on page 149. For further information on how to
use the PC Suite application, see the PC Suite online help.
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Use 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 Nokia3620_3660.exe and
double-click it. The CD-ROM interface opens.
3
You can find PC Suite in the ‘Install’ section. When you launch the file,
an installation wizard will guide you through the installation process.
• USE YOUR PHONE AS A MODEM
To use your phone as a modem, go to Menu→
Connect.→ Modem.
Using your phone as a modem, you can connect to the Internet and
send or receive faxes with a computer. You can use an infrared or a
Bluetooth connection.
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18 PC Suite
With PC Suite you can:
•
Share information between your PC and phone.
•
Make back-up copies of the phone files to protect data in case of loss
or damage.
•
Synchronize your calendar, contacts, and tasks with Microsoft and
Lotus applications.
•
Copy and move files between your PC and phone.
•
Copy contacts and calendar information from another Nokia mobile
phone, Nokia communicator, or Palm device to your Nokia 3620 or
Nokia 3660 phone.
•
Configure phone settings.
•
Install software on your phone.
Please refer to other sections of this user guide for instructions on
operation, care, and maintenance of your Nokia phone, including
important safety information.
• PC SUITE DOCUMENTATION AND HELP
The following documentation is available to assist you with installing and
using PC Suite:
•
Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660 User Guide—This section of the user guide
explains how to install PC Suite on a compatible PC, how to connect
your phone to the PC, and how to start using PC Suite.
•
PC Suite online help—For more detailed instructions and troubleshooting on the use of PC Suite, please refer to the online help that is
automatically installed on your PC when you install PC Suite. To access
the online help, click the Start button, select Programs and point to
PC Suite for Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660, and then click the file with
Help in the title.
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•
PC Suite Readme file—The Readme file is automatically installed on
your PC when you install PC Suite. It is recommended that you read
this file before using PC Suite. Also, if you have problems installing or
starting the application, you may find some troubleshooting assistance
in this file. To access the readme file, click the Start button, select
Programs, point to PC Suite for Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660, and click
the file with Readme.txt in the title.
• SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS
To install and run PC Suite, you need:
•
A compatible PC running Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000
with Service Pack 2, or Windows XP.
•
At least 110 MB of free disk space.
To connect your Nokia 3620 or Nokia 3660 phone to the PC, you need to
have one of the following:
•
An infrared connection: an infrared port on the computer.
•
A Bluetooth connection: a Bluetooth card and the required software,
or built-in support for Bluetooth connectivity on the PC. To be able to
connect your Nokia 3620 or Nokia 3660 phone to your PC, the
Bluetooth software needs to support the Serial Port Profile (SPP).
• INSTALL PC SUITE
PC Suite is in the “Install” section of the CD-ROM included in the
Nokia 3620 or Nokia 3660 package. The CD-ROM should launch
automatically after you have inserted it into the CD-ROM drive of
your PC. If not, proceed as follows:
1
Click the Windows Start button, point to Programs, and select
Windows Explorer.
2
Go to the CD-ROM root directory and double-click the
Nokia3620_3660.exe file. The CD-ROM user interface opens.
When the CD-ROM interface is open, proceed as follows:
1
Click Install.
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2
Locate the Install now section and click PC Suite for Nokia 3620 and
Nokia 3660 (depending on your phone model).
3
Select the language for the installation and click Next to start the
installation wizard. This wizard will guide you through the installation
process. It is recommended that you accept the suggested destination
folder and program folder.
4
As you go through the installation wizard, make sure that the Install
the Nokia Connectivity SDK check box is selected in the Data Import
dialog box if you want to transfer calendar and contacts data from
another Nokia mobile phone to your Nokia 3620 or Nokia 3660
phone. If you do not install the Nokia Connectivity SDK component,
you can only transfer data to your Nokia 3620 or Nokia 3660 from the
Nokia 3600, Nokia 3650, Nokia 7650, Nokia 9210 Communicator,
Nokia 9290 Communicator, a Palm device, or another Nokia 3620
or Nokia 3660.
5
In the File Transfer Video and Audio Converters dialog box it is
recommended that you leave the Install Video and Audio Converters
check box selected. When the converters are installed, video and
audio format files that you copy from the PC to your Nokia 3620
or Nokia 3660 are automatically converted to the video and audio
formats used by the phone.
If you do not have the CD-ROM, you can download the PC Suite software
from www.nokiausa.com. From the home page, select Phones and Software.
Enter your phone model and follow screen instructions to download the PC
Suite installation file. Once the installation file is downloaded, go to the
directory where you downloaded it and double-click it. Follow the
instructions on the screen to install the software.
• CONNECT YOUR PHONE TO THE PC
When you use PC Suite for the first time, you must connect your phone to
the PC. Thereafter, you can use PC Suite whether or not your phone is
connected to your PC. You can connect your phone to the PC through an
infrared or Bluetooth connection.
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See the following online help topics for details:
•
Connecting your Nokia 3620 or Nokia 3660 phone to a PC
•
Disconnecting and reconnecting your Nokia 3620 or Nokia 3660
phone to a PC
See “PC Suite documentation and help” on page 149 to locate the
online help.
Note: When you connect your phone to your PC, PC Suite
automatically synchronizes the clock on the phone with the
PC. Therefore, you need to make sure that the clock on your
PC is correct.
If you have problems connecting your phone to the PC, check to see if
both your phone and PC are switched on and that you have selected the
correct communications port. Check the icons on the taskbar to see the
connection status. The connection icon
changes to
when your
phone is connected to the PC. You can double-click on this icon in your
Windows taskbar to open a Connection Properties window that identifies
which communications port PC Suite is using.
• START PC SUITE
You can start PC Suite from the Start menu: click the Start button, select
Programs, select the PC Suite for Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660 folder, and
then click PC Suite for Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660.
If you are connecting your phone to the PC for the first time, after starting
PC Suite you are asked to do two things:
•
Name your phone.
You can use more than one Nokia 3620 or Nokia 3660 phone with PC
Suite. To be able to identify individual phones, you must give a name
to each phone.
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•
Select tasks to be created.
To be able to back up and synchronize information between your phone
and PC, you must have the appropriate tasks created. During the first
connection, PC Suite lists tasks that can be created automatically. You
do not have to create these tasks at this point, if you do not want to.
However, if you create the tasks, you can edit them later.
For more detailed information, refer to the PC Suite online help
(see “PC Suite documentation and help” on page 149).
• ONLINE AND OFFLINE MODES
You can use PC Suite either in online mode or in offline mode. You have
the following options:
•
Work online—Connect your phone to the PC and let PC Suite identify
it. In online mode your phone is connected to your compatible PC, and
you can work with the information stored on the phone.
•
Work offline—Leave your phone disconnected and choose the name
of your phone from a list of named devices.
The menus and other available options in offline mode differ from those
of online mode.
• CONNECTION STATUS
The icon on the right-hand side of the status bar and on the Windows
taskbar displays the connection status as follows:
Disconnected
Connected
Transferring data (animated icon)
• PC SUITE APPLICATIONS
A number of icons are displayed on the left-hand side of the main PC Suite
window—this area is known as the application bar. To use an application,
click its icon. For information on using an application, see the online help.
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Backup/Restore
With Backup/Restore, you can back up information on your phone. If you
ever lose information from your phone (for example, through accidental
deletion), or need to refer to an earlier, backed up version, you can restore
it to your phone. Backup/Restore supports Memory cards.
Note: Operator logos, ringing tones (polyphonic ringing tones
(MIDI) and single tones) and Java-applications that you have
installed on your phone after you first started using it are not saved
during backup. Therefore, these items cannot be restored. Only the
original Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660 ringing tones are saved.
Control Panel
You can use Control Panel to change some of the general settings of
PC Suite. The following features are included in Control Panel:
•
Connection enables you to specify the port that PC Suite uses when
attempting to connect to a phone.
•
Data Location enables you to specify where you want to store
backups and synchronization files.
•
File Converters enables you to select which, if any, video and audio
converters are used when files are copied to the phone using File
Transfer.
•
Device Manager enables you to see which phones have been
connected to your PC, and to remove details of phones that you no
longer want to connect.
Important: You cannot restore information that you have removed
using Device Manager.
Data Import
With Data Import, you can transfer contacts and calendar data to your
Nokia 3620 or Nokia 3660 from the Nokia 3320, Nokia 3360, Nokia 3600,
Nokia 3620, Nokia 3650, Nokia 3660, Nokia 6210, Nokia 6250, Nokia 6310,
Nokia 6310i, Nokia 6320, Nokia 6340, Nokia 6360, Nokia 6370, Nokia 6385,
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Nokia 6510, Nokia 6590, Nokia 6610, Nokia 6650, Nokia 7110, Nokia 7160,
Nokia 7190, Nokia 7210, Nokia 7650, Nokia 8210, Nokia 8290, Nokia 8310,
Nokia 8390, Nokia 8810, Nokia 8850, Nokia 8890, Nokia 8910, Nokia 9210
Communicator, Nokia 9290 Communicator, or Palm device.
Synchronize
With Synchronize, you can synchronize your phone contacts and calendar
data with Microsoft and Lotus applications.
To be able to synchronize, you must have tasks created for synchronization.
When you connect your phone to your PC for the first time, PC Suite
identifies your phone and creates a number of tasks. You can modify these
tasks and create other tasks if you want. You can also schedule tasks to
be run at regular intervals, every time you connect your phone to your PC,
or on command only.
The
animated icon appears on the Windows taskbar when
synchronization is in progress. The icon indicates that the data
on your phone is being synchronized with the data on the PC.
File Transfer
With File Transfer, you can copy files between your phone and your PC, as
well as delete and rename selected files. With the Multimedia converters,
video and audio format files that you copy from the PC to your phone are
automatically converted to the video and audio format used by the phone.
Image Transfer
With Image Transfer, you can copy, move, rename, and delete image files
on your phone and your PC. You can also view image files if there is an
associated viewer application.
Settings wizard
With the Settings wizard, you can configure the e-mail account, remote
connection, message center, and multimedia message center settings of
your phone. For example, you can manage settings manually or copy a
working configuration from the PC to the phone. You can also back up
your phone settings to a file.
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Install software on your phone
With PC Suite, you can install Java and device software on your phone.
These applications do not have an icon on the application bar. Instead, you
can start these applications from the Tools menu. See the Installing
software online help topic for details.
Installation packages can be received in a multimedia message, as an
e-mail attachment, by Bluetooth connection, or by infrared and downloaded
to your phone. If you are using PC Suite to transfer the file, save it to the
c:\nokia\installs folder.
Note: You can only use Java installation files with the extension .jad
or .jar, and device software installation files with the extension .sis.
Important: Only install software from sources that offer adequate
protection against viruses and other harmful software.
• REMOVE PC SUITE FROM YOUR PC
Uninstalling PC Suite removes all files and folders that were added by
the PC Suite installation program, but does not remove backed-up and
archived files or synchronization information. Therefore, if you reinstall
PC Suite you can back up, restore, and synchronize using the same
settings as before.
Note: If you want to remove backed-up files, synchronizations, and
other information relating to the phones you have connected, you
must do this before removing PC Suite. For further information, see
the Viewing and removing details of a Nokia 3620 or Nokia 3660
online help topic.
To remove PC Suite, proceed as follows:
1
Click the Windows Start button, point to Settings, and click
Control Panel.
2
Double-click Add/Remove Programs.
3
Select PC Suite for Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660 from the list of
installed programs, and click Add/Remove.
A confirmation dialog box opens.
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4
Confirm that you want to remove the PC Suite software from your PC.
After confirming that you want to remove PC Suite, the uninstall
program removes the program files and informs you that you need to
restart your PC to complete the uninstall process. When your PC
restarts, the uninstall program completes the removal of PC Suite
from your PC.
Note: Uninstalling PC Suite does not remove the Nokia Connectivity
SDK. You can remove the Nokia Connectivity SDK from your PC
using the Add/Remove Programs application of the Windows
Control Panel.
The uninstall program leaves some files on your PC that contain information
about the Nokia devices you have connected to your PC. If you decide to
reinstall PC Suite, you will be able to continue using PC Suite as before.
Note: Remember to make back-up copies of all important data to
protect against possible loss or alteration.
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• BATTERY STATEMENTS
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.
Use the battery only for its intended purpose.
Never use any charger or battery that is damaged.
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 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 as household waste.
Remove the battery only when the phone is switched off.
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• USE PROPER 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 fulfill any
warranty obligations and to enjoy this product for many years.
•
Keep the phone and all its parts and enhancements out of the reach
of small children.
•
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 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.
•
Do not use harsh chemicals, cleaning solvents, or strong detergents
to clean the phone.
•
Do not paint the phone. Paint can clog the moving parts and prevent
proper operation.
•
Use only the supplied or an approved replacement antenna.
Unauthorized 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 is not working properly, take it to your
nearest qualified service facility. The personnel there will assist you and,
if necessary, arrange for service.
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• UNDERSTAND IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Traffic Safety
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.
Remember road safety always comes first!
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.
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.
Electronic devices
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.
PACEMAKERS
Pacemaker manufacturers recommend that a minimum separation of
6 in (15.3 cm) be maintained between a 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. To minimize the potential for interference,
persons with pacemakers should
•
Always keep the device more than 6 in (15.3 cm) from their
pacemaker when the device is switched on
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•
Not carry the device in a breast pocket
•
Hold the device to the ear opposite the pacemaker
If you have any reason to suspect that interference is taking place, switch
off your device immediately.
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.
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Users are advised to switch off the phone when at a refueling 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.
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.
FCC regulations prohibit using your phone while in the air. 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.
Failure to observe these instructions may lead to suspension or denial of
telephone services to the offender, or legal action or both.
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Emergency calls
Note: This phone, like any wireless phone, operates using radio
signals, wireless, and landline networks as well as user-programed
functions. Because of this, connections in all conditions cannot be
guaranteed. Therefore you should never rely solely upon any wireless
phone for essential communications (for example, 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.
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. 911 or
other official emergency number). Emergency numbers vary by location.
4
Press the
key.
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.
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.
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• CERTIFICATION INFORMATION (SAR)
THIS MODEL PHONE MEETS THE GOVERNMENT'S REQUIREMENTS FOR
EXPOSURE TO RADIO WAVES.
Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and
manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio
frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of
the U.S. Government. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines
and establish permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. The
guidelines are based on standards that were developed by independent
scientific organizations through periodic and thorough evaluation of
scientific studies. The standards include a substantial safety margin
designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health.
The exposure standard for wireless mobile phones employs a unit of
measurement known as the Specific Absorption Rate, or SAR. The SAR
limit set by the FCC is 1.6W/kg.* Tests for SAR are conducted using
standard operating positions accepted by the FCC 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 level 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 wireless base station antenna,
the lower the power output.
Before a phone model is available for sale to the public, it must be tested
and certified to the FCC that it does not exceed the limit established by
the government-adopted requirement for safe exposure. The tests are
performed in positions and locations (for example, at the ear and worn on
the body) as required by the FCC for each model.
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The highest SAR value for the Nokia 3620 model phone as reported to the
FCC when tested for use at the ear is 1.12 W/kg, and when worn on the
body, as described in this user guide, is 1.28 W/kg. The highest SAR value
for the Nokia 3660 model phone as reported to the FCC when tested for
use at the ear is 0.77 W/kg, and when worn on the body, as described in
this user guide, is 1.13 W/kg. (Body-worn measurements differ among phone
models, depending upon available accessories and FCC requirements).
While there may be differences between the SAR levels of various phones
and at various positions, they all meet the government requirement.
The FCC has granted an Equipment Authorization for this model phone
with all reported SAR levels evaluated as in compliance with the FCC
RF exposure guidelines. SAR information on this model phone is on file
with the FCC and can be found under the Display Grant section of
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid after searching on FCC ID QFXNHM-10X
for the Nokia 3620 model and FCC ID QFXNHL-8X for the Nokia 3660
model.
For body worn operation, this phone has been tested and meets the FCC
RF exposure guidelines for use with a carry case, belt clip, or holder that
contains no metal and that positions the handset a minimum of 5/8-inch
(1.5 cm) from the body. Use of other carry cases, belt clips, or holders may
not ensure compliance with FCC RF exposure guidelines. If you do not use
a body-worn accessory and are not holding the phone at the ear, position
the handset a minimum of 5/8 inch (1.5 cm) from your body when the
phone is switched on.
*In the United States and Canada, the SAR limit for mobile phones used
by the public is 1.6 watts/kilogram (W/kg) averaged over one gram of
tissue. The standard incorporates 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/us.
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• ENHANCEMENTS
Original Nokia Enhancements ensure the best
possible operation of your Nokia mobile phone in
various conditions.
Specifications are subject to change without
notice. The availability of particular products and
services may vary by region. Please check with
the Nokia dealer nearest you. Operations and some features are network
dependent. Nokia enhancements enable the best possible operation of
your mobile phone in various conditions. Variation in operation times will
occur depending on SIM card, network and usage settings, usage style and
environments. Please check the availability of WAP services with your
network operator and/or WAP service provider. The availability of Bluetooth
wireless technology may vary by country and Bluetooth products are not
approved for use everywhere. Please check with the local authorities.
Use enhancements safely
A few practical rules for enhancement operation:
•
Keep all enhancements out of the reach of small children.
•
When you disconnect the power cord of any enhancement, grasp and
pull the plug, not the cord.
•
Check regularly that any vehicle-installed enhancements are
mounted and are operating properly.
•
Installation of any complex car enhancements must be made by
qualified personnel only.
•
Use only batteries, chargers, and enhancements that have been
approved by the phone manufacturer. The use of any other types
could invalidate any approval or warranty applying to the phone
and could be dangerous.
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Audio enhancements
WIRELESS HEADSET HDW-2
The Nokia Wireless Headset HDW-2 is
designed with Bluetooth technology
and is compatible with the Nokia
3620 and Nokia 3660 phones and
other phones supporting the
Bluetooth 1.1 specification and
Headset or Handsfree profiles.
The compact headset gives handsfree control of your phone without
cables or wires. The earpiece fits in either ear allowing for convenient and
discreet access to all basic call controls. The Answer/End button lets you
answer and make calls, redial, and switch the audio back and forth
between the handset and headset. A separate volume control lets you
change the call volume as necessary while moving from place to place.
To maximize call security, the headset also supports encryption of the
wireless connection for compatible phone models.
HEADSET HDE-2
The HDE-2 Headset is a small and lightweight
portable headset for easy handsfree operation.
It has a clip to hold the headset firmly in place.
HEADSET HDC-5
The HDC-5 Headset, with a remote button,
connects directly to the phone. No extra adaptor
is required, and the remote control is provided.
DUAL HEADSET HDD-1
The HDD-1 Dual Headset provides comfortable handsfree operation with
a remote control button for answering and ending calls.
RETRACTABLE HEADSET HDC-10
The HDC-10 Retractable Headset is a compact headset with a retractable
mechanism and remote control.
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BOOM HEADSET HDB-5
HDB-5 Headset provides handsfree functionality
and a new “over the ear” concept providing
excellent audio quality.
MOBILE INDUCTIVE LOOPSET LPS-3
The LPS-3 Mobile Loopset gives people with
T-coil equipped hearing aids the ability to make
and receive calls without noise interference.
The Loopset is easy to use and gives hearingimpaired users clear access to digital telephony.
You wear the Loopset around your neck,
connect it to your phone, and speak directly
toward the microphone.
If you are using a Loopset, you must activate it on your mobile phone
by selecting Menu→ Tools→ Settings→ Accessory→ Accessory in
use→ Loopset.
Note: The Loopset can be purchased separately as an enhancement.
For operating instructions, refer to the booklet that comes with
the LPS-3.
For more information, see “Learn about accessibility solutions” on p. 5.
PHONE ADAPTER HDA-9
The HDA-9 Phone Adapter
is a Nokia enhancement
that allows you to connect
your mobile phone to a
Telecommunications Device
for the Deaf (TTY/TDD) to
make a call in digital mode.
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If you are using a Phone Adapter, you must activate it on your mobile
phone by selecting Menu→ Tools→ Settings→ Accessory→ Accessory in
use→ TTY.
In addition to the Nokia 3620 or Nokia 3660 phone, you’ll need the
following for TTY/TDD communication:
•
A TTY/TDD device that is “cellular ready” or “cellular compatible”
•
A cable for connecting the TTY/TDD to your phone, usually supplied by
the manufacturer of the TTY/TDD device
•
The Phone Adapter (HDA-9), which can be purchased separately as an
enhancement at www.nokia.com
For more information, see “Learn about accessibility solutions” on p. 5.
Battery
The 850 mAh, Li-Ion based BL-5C battery provides
power in a thin and light package. It provides a talk
time of up to 2–4 hours and up to 150–200 hours
standby time. Charging time is 1 hour and 35 minutes.
Variation in operation times will occur depending
on SIM card, network and usage settings, usage
style and environments. Talk time is reduced by
5 percent if Enhanced Full Rate is active, and
increased by up to 30 percent if Half Rate is active.
Chargers
The Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660 use the
ACP-12U standard charger and mobile
chargers LCH-9 and LCH-12. The LCH-12
mobile charger can be used with 12 Vdc
or 24 Vdc. The Nokia 3620 and Nokia 3660
phones are also compatible with the
ACP-12U and ACP-8U travel chargers.
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ACP-12U
Car enhancements
WIRELESS CAR KIT CARK-112
The wireless car kit offers a convenient handsfree option in a car, with a
remote control button. The kit includes the Remote Control Button CUW-2,
Handsfree Unit HFW-1, Microphone HFM-8, HF Speaker HFS-12, and
power cable PCU-4.
MOBILE HOLDER MBC-16
The MBC-16 Mobile Holder has ergonomic release buttons and a swivel
mount. It supports use with the mobile charger and Plug-in HF Car Kit.
PLUG-IN HF CAR KIT PPH-1
This handsfree car kit includes a built-in speaker. It uses the phone
microphone, but also has a connector for an external microphone, HFM-8.
HEADREST HANDSFREE BHF-2
This headrest installs on a car headrest for handsfree audio. The terminal
charges with the LCH-9 or LCH-12 mobile charger.
MICROPHONE HFM-8
This HFM-8 is a small, directional microphone.
Memory card
The 64 MB memory card provides removable storage
for your phone. The memory card increases available
memory and storage for your multimedia files like video
clips, and sound files, photos, messaging information, or
to backup information from your phone’s memory.
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• NOKIA 3620 TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Feature
Specification
Weight
4.5 oz (130 g) with 850-mAh Li-lon
battery
Size
139 cc
Frequency range
Lowband 850
824–849 MHz (TX)
869–894 MHz (RX)
Highband 1900
1850–1910 MHz (TX)
1930–1990 MHz (RX)
Transmitter output
power
Lowband up to 2 W
Battery voltage
3.7 V nominal
Operating temperature
14°F to + 131°F
Highband up to 1 W
(-10°C to + 55°C)
Number of channels
124 lowband
299 highband
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• NOKIA 3660 TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Feature
Specification
Weight
4.5 oz (130 g) with 850-mAh Li-lon
battery
Size
139 cc
Frequency range
Lowband 900
880–915 MHz (TX)
925–960 MHz (RX)
Highband 1800
1710–1769 MHz (TX)
1805–1864 MHz (RX)
Highband 1900
1850–1910 MHz (TX)
1930–1990 MHz (RX)
Transmitter output
power
Lowband up to 2 W
Battery voltage
3.7 V nominal
Operating temperature
14°F to + 131°F
Highband up to 1 W
(-10°C to + 55°C)
Number of channels
194 lowband
299 highband
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• TROUBLESHOOTING
If you experience problems with your phone, the information below may
help you resolve the problem. If you cannot find a solution in this user
guide, contact the Nokia Customer Care Center for further assistance.
See “Contact Nokia” on p. 5.
Memory low
When following notes are shown, the phone memory is low and you must
start to 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 Manager and select Options→
Memory details. Delete the following items regularly:
•
messages from the Inbox, Drafts, and Sent folders in Messaging
•
retrieved e-mail messages from the phone memory
•
saved browser pages
•
images and photos in Images
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.
Note: If you are deleting multiple items and another of the following
notes is shown: 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, select
Options→ Delete, and select one of the following:
•
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.
•
All entries—to delete all calendar notes.
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Erasing log information
To erase all the log contents, Recent calls log, and Messaging delivery
reports permanently, go to Logs and select Options→ Clear log or go to
Settings→ Log duration→ No log.
Different ways to store data
•
Use PC Suite to take a backup copy of all data to your computer.
•
Send images to your e-mail address and then save the images to
your computer.
•
Send data by infrared or a Bluetooth connection to another device.
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• NOKIA ONE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Nokia Inc. (“Nokia”) warrants that this cellular phone (“Product”) is free
from defects in material and workmanship that result in Product failure
during normal usage, according to the following terms and conditions:
1
The limited warranty for the Product extends for ONE (1) year beginning
on the date of the purchase of the Product. This one year period is
extended by each whole day that the Product is out of your possession
for repair under this warranty.
2
The limited warranty extends only to the original purchaser (“Consumer”)
of the Product and is not assignable or transferable to any subsequent
purchaser/end-user.
3
The limited warranty extends only to Consumers who purchase the
Product in the United States of America.
4
During the limited warranty period, Nokia will repair, or replace, at
Nokia’s sole option, any defective parts, or any parts that will not
properly operate for their intended use with new or refurbished
replacement items if such repair or replacement is needed because
of product malfunction or failure during normal usage. No charge
will be made to the Consumer for any such parts. Nokia will also
pay for the labor charges incurred by Nokia in repairing or replacing
the defective parts. The limited warranty does not cover defects in
appearance, cosmetic, decorative or structural items, including framing,
and any non-operative parts. Nokia’s limit of liability under the limited
warranty shall be the actual cash value of the Product at the time the
Consumer returns the Product for repair, determined by the price paid
by the Consumer for the Product less a reasonable amount for usage.
Nokia shall not be liable for any other losses or damages. These remedies
are the Consumer’s exclusive remedies for breach of warranty.
5
Upon request from Nokia, the Consumer must prove the date of the
original purchase of the Product by a dated bill of sale or dated
itemized receipt.
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6
7
8
The Consumer shall bear the cost of shipping the Product to Nokia in
Melbourne, Florida. Nokia shall bear the cost of shipping the Product
back to the Consumer after the completion of service under this
limited warranty.
The Consumer shall have no coverage or benefits under this limited
warranty if any of the following conditions are applicable:
a) The Product has been subjected to abnormal use, abnormal
conditions, improper storage, exposure to moisture or dampness,
unauthorized modifications, unauthorized connections,
unauthorized repair, misuse, neglect, abuse, accident, alteration,
improper installation, or other acts which are not the fault of
Nokia, including damage caused by shipping.
b) The Product has been damaged from external causes such as
collision with an object, or from fire, flooding, sand, dirt, windstorm,
lightning, earthquake or damage from exposure to weather
conditions, an Act of God, or battery leakage, theft, blown fuse,
or improper use of any electrical source, damage caused by computer
or internet viruses, bugs, worms, Trojan Horses, cancelbots or
damage caused by the connection to other products not
recommended for interconnection by Nokia.
c) Nokia was not advised in writing by the Consumer of the alleged
defect or malfunction of the Product within fourteen (14) days
after the expiration of the applicable limited warranty period.
d) The Product serial number plate or the accessory data code has
been removed, defaced or altered.
e) The defect or damage was caused by the defective function of the
cellular system or by inadequate signal reception by the external
antenna, or viruses or other software problems introduced into
the Product.
Nokia does not warrant uninterrupted or error-free operation of the
Product. If a problem develops during the limited warranty period, the
Consumer shall take the following step-by-step procedure:
a) The Consumer shall return the Product to the place of purchase
for repair or replacement processing.
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b) If “a” is not convenient because of distance (more than 50 miles)
or for other good cause, the Consumer shall ship the Product
prepaid and insured to:
Nokia Inc., Attn: Repair Department
795 West Nasa Blvd.
Melbourne, FL 32901
c) The Consumer shall include a return address, daytime phone
number and/or fax number, complete description of the problem,
proof of purchase and service agreement (if applicable). Expenses
related to removing the Product from an installation are not
covered under this limited warranty.
d) The Consumer will be billed for any parts or labor charges not
covered by this limited warranty. The Consumer will be responsible
for any expenses related to reinstallation of the Product.
e) Nokia will repair the Product under the limited warranty within
30 days after receipt of the Product. If Nokia cannot perform repairs
covered under this limited warranty within 30 days, or after a
reasonable number of attempts to repair the same defect, Nokia
at its option, will provide a replacement Product or refund the
purchase price of the Product less a reasonable amount for usage.
In some states the Consumer may have the right to a loaner if the
repair of the Product takes more than ten (10) days. Please contact
the Customer Service Center at Nokia at the telephone number
listed at the end of this warranty if you need a loaner and the
repair of the Product has taken or is estimated to take more than
ten (10) days.
f) If the Product is returned during the limited warranty period, but
the problem with the Product is not covered under the terms and
conditions of this limited warranty, the Consumer will be notified
and given an estimate of the charges the Consumer must pay to
have the Product repaired, with all shipping charges billed to the
Consumer. If the estimate is refused, the Product will be returned
freight collect. If the Product is returned after the expiration of
the limited warranty period, Nokia’s normal service policies shall
apply and the Consumer will be responsible for all shipping charges.
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You (the Consumer) understand that the product may consist of
refurbished equipment that contains used components, some of
which have been reprocessed. The used components comply with
Product performance and reliability specifications.
10 ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE, SHALL BE LIMITED TO THE DURATION
OF THE FOREGOING LIMITED WRITTEN WARRANTY. OTHERWISE, THE
FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY IS THE CONSUMER’S SOLE AND
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. NOKIA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL,
INCIDENTAL, PUNITIVE OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING
BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF ANTICIPATED BENEFITS OR PROFITS,
LOSS OF SAVINGS OR REVENUE, LOSS OF DATA, PUNITIVE DAMAGES,
LOSS OF USE OF THE PRODUCT OR ANY ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT,
COST OF CAPITAL, COST OF ANY SUBSTITUTE EQUIPMENT OR FACILITIES,
DOWNTIME, THE CLAIMS OF ANY THIRD PARTIES, INCLUDING
CUSTOMERS, AND INJURY TO PROPERTY, RESULTING FROM THE
PURCHASE OR USE OF THE PRODUCT OR ARISING FROM BREACH OF
THE WARRANTY, BREACH OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT TORT,
OR ANY OTHER LEGAL OR EQUITABLE THEORY, EVEN IF NOKIA KNEW
OF THE LIKELIHOOD OF SUCH DAMAGES. NOKIA SHALL NOT BE LIABLE
FOR DELAY IN RENDERING SERVICE UNDER THE LIMITED WARRANTY,
OR LOSS OF USE DURING THE PERIOD THAT THE PRODUCT IS BEING
REPAIRED.
11 Some states do not allow limitation of how long an implied warranty
lasts, so the one year warranty limitation may not apply to you (the
Consumer). Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental and consequential damages, so certain of the above
limitations or exclusions may not apply to you (the Consumer). This
limited warranty gives the Consumer specific legal rights and the
Consumer may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
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12 Nokia neither assumes nor authorizes any authorized service center
or any other person or entity to assume for it any other obligation or
liability beyond that which is expressly provided for in this limited
warranty including the provider or seller of any extended warranty or
service agreement.
13 This is the entire warranty between Nokia and the Consumer, and
supersedes all prior and contemporaneous agreements or understandings,
oral or written, relating to the Product, and no representation,
promise or condition not contained herein shall modify these terms.
14 This limited warranty allocates the risk of failure of the Product
between the Consumer and Nokia. The allocation is recognized by
the Consumer and is reflected in the purchase price.
15 Any action or lawsuit for breach of warranty must be commenced
within eighteen (18) months following purchase of the Product.
16 Questions concerning this limited warranty may be directed to:
Nokia Inc.
Attn: Customer Service
7725 Woodland Center Blvd., Ste. 150
Tampa, FL 33614
Telephone: 1-888-NOKIA-2U (1-888-665-4228)
Facsimile: (813) 287-6612
TTY/TDD Users Only: 1-800-24-NOKIA (1-800-246-6542)
17 The limited warranty period for Nokia supplied attachments and
accessories is specifically defined within their own warranty
cards and packaging.
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Appendix A Message from the CTIA
Appendix A
Message from the CTIA
(Cellular Telecommunications
& Internet Association)
to all users of mobile phones.
© 2001 Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association. All Rights
Reserved.1250 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 800, Washington, DC 20036.
Phone: (202) 785-0081
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Safety is the most important call you will ever make.
A Guide to Safe and Responsible Wireless Phone Use
Tens of millions of people in the U.S. today take advantage of the unique combination
of convenience, safety and value delivered by the wireless telephone. Quite simply,
the wireless phone gives people the powerful ability to communicate by voice-almost anywhere, anytime--with the boss, with a client, with the kids, with emergency
personnel or even with the police. Each year, Americans make billions of calls from
their wireless phones, and the numbers are rapidly growing.
But an important responsibility accompanies those benefits, one that every wireless
phone user must uphold. When driving a car, driving is your first responsibility. A
wireless phone can be an invaluable tool, but good judgment must be exercised at
all times while driving a motor vehicle--whether on the phone or not.
The basic lessons are ones we all learned as teenagers. Driving requires alertness,
caution and courtesy. It requires a heavy dose of basic common sense---keep your
head up, keep your eyes on the road, check your mirrors frequently and watch out
for other drivers. It requires obeying all traffic signs and signals and staying within
the speed limit. It means using seatbelts and requiring other passengers to do the same.
But with wireless phone use, driving safely means a little more. This brochure is a
call to wireless phone users everywhere to make safety their first priority when
behind the wheel of a car. Wireless telecommunications is keeping us in touch,
simplifying our lives, protecting us in emergencies and providing opportunities to
help others in need.
When it comes to the use of wireless phones, safety is your most important call.
Wireless Phone “Safety Tips”
Below are safety tips to follow while driving and using a wireless phone which
should be easy to remember.
1 Get to know your wireless phone and its features such as speed dial and redial.
Carefully read your instruction manual and learn to take advantage of valuable
features most phones offer, including automatic redial and memory. Also, work
to memorize the phone keypad so you can use the speed dial function without
taking your attention off the road.
2 When available, use a hands free device. A number of hands free wireless phone
accessories are readily available today. Whether you choose an installed mounted
device for your wireless phone or a speaker phone accessory, take advantage of
these devices if available to you.
3 Position your wireless phone within easy reach. Make sure you place your
wireless phone within easy reach and where you can grab it without removing
your eyes from the road. If you get an incoming call at an inconvenient time, if
possible, let your voice mail answer it for you.
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Appendix A Message from the CTIA
4 Suspend conversations during hazardous driving conditions or situations. Let
the person you are speaking with know you are driving; if necessary, suspend the
call in heavy traffic or hazardous weather conditions. Rain, sleet, snow and ice
can be hazardous, but so is heavy traffic. As a driver, your first responsibility is
to pay attention to the road.
5 Do not take notes or look up phone numbers while driving. If you are reading an
address book or business card, or writing a “to do” list while driving a car, you
are not watching where you are going. It’s common sense. Don’t get caught in a
dangerous situation because you are reading or writing and not paying attention
to the road or nearby vehicles.
6 Dial sensibly and assess the traffic; if possible, place calls when you are not
moving or before pulling into traffic. Try to plan your calls before you begin your
trip or attempt to coincide your calls with times you may be stopped at a stop
sign, red light or otherwise stationary. But if you need to dial while driving,
follow this simple tip--dial only a few numbers, check the road and your mirrors,
then continue.
7 Do not engage in stressful or emotional conversations that may be distracting.
Stressful or emotional conversations and driving do not mix--they are distracting
and even dangerous when you are behind the wheel of a car. Make people you
are talking with aware you are driving and if necessary, suspend conversations
which have the potential to divert your attention from the road.
8 Use your wireless phone to call for help. Your wireless phone is one of the
greatest tools you can own to protect yourself and your family in dangerous
situations--with your phone at your side, help is only three numbers away. Dial
9-1-1 or other local emergency number in the case of fire, traffic accident, road
hazard or medical emergency. Remember, it is a free call on your wireless phone!
9 Use your wireless phone to help others in emergencies. Your wireless phone
provides you a perfect opportunity to be a “Good Samaritan” in your community.
If you see an auto accident, crime in progress or other serious emergency where
lives are in danger, call 9-1-1 or other local emergency number, as you would
want others to do for you.
10 Call roadside assistance or a special wireless non-emergency assistance number
when necessary. Certain situations you encounter while driving may require
attention, but are not urgent enough to merit a call for emergency services. But
you still can use your wireless phone to lend a hand. If you see a broken-down
vehicle posing no serious hazard, a broken traffic signal, a minor traffic accident
where no one appears injured or a vehicle you know to be stolen, call roadside
assistance or other special non-emergency wireless number.
Careless, distracted individuals and people driving irresponsibly represent a hazard
to everyone on the road. Since 1984, the Cellular Telecommunications Industry
Association and the wireless industry have conducted educational outreach to inform
wireless phone users of their responsibilities as safe drivers and good citizens. As we
approach a new century, more and more of us will take advantage of the benefits of
wireless telephones. And, as we take to the roads, we all have a responsibility to
drive safely.
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The wireless industry reminds you to use your phone safely when driving.
For more information, please call 1-888-901-SAFE.
For updates: http://www.wow-com.com/consumer/issues/driving/
articles.cfm?ID=85
© 2001 Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association. All Rights Reserved.
1250 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 800, Washington, DC 20036.
Phone: (202) 785-0081
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Appendix B Message from the FDA
Appendix B
Message from the FDA
(U.S. Food and Drug
Administration) to all users
of mobile phones.
July 18, 2001 .....
For updates: http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/phones
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Consumer Update on Wireless Phones
U.S. Food and Drug Administration
1. Do wireless phones pose a health hazard?
The available scientific evidence does not show that any health problems are
associated with using wireless phones. There is no proof, however, that wireless
phones are absolutely safe. Wireless phones emit low levels of radiofrequency
energy (RF) in the microwave range while being used. They also emit very low levels
of RF when in the stand-by mode. Whereas high levels of RF can produce health
effects (by heating tissue), exposure to low level RF that does not produce heating
effects causes no known adverse health effects. Many studies of low level RF
exposures have not found any biological effects. Some studies have suggested that
some biological effects may occur, but such findings have not been confirmed by
additional research. In some cases, other researchers have had difficulty in
reproducing those studies, or in determining the reasons for inconsistent results.
2. What is FDA's role concerning the safety of wireless phones?
Under the law, FDA does not review the safety of radiation-emitting consumer
products such as wireless phones before they can be sold, as it does with new drugs
or medical devices. However, the agency has authority to take action if wireless
phones are shown to emit radiofrequency energy (RF) at a level that is hazardous to
the user. In such a case, FDA could require the manufacturers of wireless phones to
notify users of the health hazard and to repair, replace or recall the phones so that
the hazard no longer exists.
Although the existing scientific data do not justify FDA regulatory actions, FDA has
urged the wireless phone industry to take a number of steps, including the following:
• Support needed research into possible biological effects of RF of the type
emitted by wireless phones;
• Design wireless phones in a way that minimizes any RF exposure to the user
that is not necessary for device function; and
• Cooperate in providing users of wireless phones with the best possible
information on possible effects of wireless phone use on human health.
FDA belongs to an interagency working group of the federal agencies that have
responsibility for different aspects of RF safety to ensure coordinated efforts at the
federal level. The following agencies belong to this working group:
• National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
• Environmental Protection Agency
• Federal Communications Commission
• Occupational Safety and Health Administration
• National Telecommunications and Information Administration
The National Institutes of Health participates in some interagency working group
activities, as well.
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Appendix B Message from the FDA
FDA shares regulatory responsibilities for wireless phones with the Federal
Communications Commission (FCC). All phones that are sold in the United States
must comply with FCC safety guidelines that limit RF exposure. FCC relies on FDA
and other health agencies for safety questions about wireless phones. FCC also
regulates the base stations that the wireless phone networks rely upon. While these
base stations operate at higher power than do the wireless phones themselves, the
RF exposures that people get from these base stations are typically thousands of
times lower than those they can get from wireless phones. Base stations are thus not
the subject of the safety questions discussed in this document.
3. What kinds of phones are the subject of this update?
The term wireless phone refers here to hand-held wireless phones with built-in
antennas, often called cell mobile or PCS phones. These types of wireless phones
can expose the user to measurable radiofrequency energy (RF) because of the short
distance between the phone and the user’s head. These RF exposures are limited by
Federal Communications Commission safety guidelines that were developed with
the advice of FDA and other federal health and safety agencies. When the phone is
located at greater distances from the user, the exposure to RF is drastically lower
because a person's RF exposure decreases rapidly with increasing distance from the
source. The so-called cordless phones; which have a base unit connected to the
telephone wiring in a house, typically operate at far lower power levels, and thus
produce RF exposures far below the FCC safety limits.
4. What are the results of the research done already?
The research done thus far has produced conflicting results, and many studies have
suffered from flaws in their research methods. Animal experiments investigating the
effects of radiofrequency energy (RF) exposures characteristic of wireless phones
have yielded conflicting results that often cannot be repeated in other laboratories.
A few animal studies, however, have suggested that low levels of RF could accelerate
the development of cancer in laboratory animals. However, many of the studies that
showed increased tumor development used animals that had been genetically
engineered or treated with cancer-causing chemicals so as to be pre-disposed to
develop cancer in the absence of RF exposure. Other studies exposed the animals to
RF for up to 22 hours per day. These conditions are not similar to the conditions
under which people use wireless phones, so we don’t know with certainty what the
results of such studies mean for human health.
Three large epidemiology studies have been published since December 2000.
Between them, the studies investigated any possible association between the use
of wireless phones and primary brain cancer, glioma, meningioma, or acoustic
neuroma, tumors of the brain or salivary gland, leukemia, or other cancers.
None of the studies demonstrated the existence of any harmful health effects
from wireless phone RF exposures. However, none of the studies can answer
questions about long-term exposures, since the average period of phone use in
these studies was around three years.
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5. What research is needed to decide whether RF exposure from
wireless phones poses a health risk?
A combination of laboratory studies and epidemiological studies of people actually
using wireless phones would provide some of the data that are needed. Lifetime
animal exposure studies could be completed in a few years. However, very large
numbers of animals would be needed to provide reliable proof of a cancer promoting
effect if one exists. Epidemiological studies can provide data that is directly applicable
to human populations, but 10 or more years follow-up may be needed to provide
answers about some health effects, such as cancer. This is because the interval
between the time of exposure to a cancer-causing agent and the time tumors develop if they do - may be many, many years. The interpretation of epidemiological studies is
hampered by difficulties in measuring actual RF exposure during day-to-day use of
wireless phones. Many factors affect this measurement, such as the angle at which
the phone is held, or which model of phone is used.
6. What is FDA doing to find out more about the possible health effects
of wireless phone RF?
FDA is working with the U.S. National Toxicology Program and with groups of
investigators around the world to ensure that high priority animal studies are
conducted to address important questions about the effects of exposure to
radiofrequency energy (RF).
FDA has been a leading participant in the World Health Organization International
Electromagnetic Fields (EMF) Project since its inception in 1996. An influential result
of this work has been the development of a detailed agenda of research needs that has
driven the establishment of new research programs around the world. The Project has
also helped develop a series of public information documents on EMF issues.
FDA and the Cellular Telecommunications & Internet Association (CTIA) have a
formal Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) to do
research on wireless phone safety. FDA provides the scientific oversight, obtaining
input from experts in government, industry, and academic organizations. CTIAfunded research is conducted through contracts to independent investigators. The
initial research will include both laboratory studies and studies of wireless phone
users. The CRADA will also include a broad assessment of additional research
needs in the context of the latest research developments around the world.
7. How can I find out how much radiofrequency energy exposure I can
get by using my wireless phone?
All phones sold in the United States must comply with Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) guidelines that limit radiofrequency energy (RF) exposures.
FCC established these guidelines in consultation with FDA and the other federal
health and safety agencies. The FCC limit for RF exposure from wireless telephones
is set at a Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) of 1.6 watts per kilogram (1.6 W/kg). The
FCC limit is consistent with the safety standards developed by the Institute of
Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE) and the National Council on Radiation
Protection and Measurement. The exposure limit takes into consideration the body’s
ability to remove heat from the tissues that absorb energy from the wireless phone
and is set well below levels known to have effects.
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Appendix B Message from the FDA
Manufacturers of wireless phones must report the RF exposure level for each model
of phone to the FCC. The FCC website (http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety) gives
directions for locating the FCC identification number on your phone so you can find
your phone’s RF exposure level in the online listing.
8. What has FDA done to measure the radiofrequency energy coming
from wireless phones?
The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) is developing a technical
standard for measuring the radiofrequency energy (RF) exposure from wireless
phones and other wireless handsets with the participation and leadership of FDA
scientists and engineers. The standard, Recommended Practice for Determining the
Spatial-Peak Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) in the Human Body Due to Wireless
Communications Devices: Experimental Techniques, sets forth the first consistent
test methodology for measuring the rate at which RF is deposited in the heads of
wireless phone users. The test method uses a tissue-simulating model of the human
head. Standardized SAR test methodology is expected to greatly improve the
consistency of measurements made at different laboratories on the same phone.
SAR is the measurement of the amount of energy absorbed in tissue, either by the
whole body or a small part of the body. It is measured in watts/kg (or milliwatts/g)
of matter. This measurement is used to determine whether a wireless phone
complies with safety guidelines.
9. What steps can I take to reduce my exposure to radiofrequency
energy from my wireless phone?
If there is a risk from these products--and at this point we do not know that there
is--it is probably very small. But if you are concerned about avoiding even potential
risks, you can take a few simple steps to minimize your exposure to radiofrequency
energy (RF). Since time is a key factor in how much exposure a person receives,
reducing the amount of time spent using a wireless phone will reduce RF exposure.
If you must conduct extended conversations by wireless phone every day, you could
place more distance between your body and the source of the RF, since the exposure
level drops off dramatically with distance. For example, you could use a headset and
carry the wireless phone away from your body or use a wireless phone connected to
a remote antenna.
Again, the scientific data do not demonstrate that wireless phones are harmful.
But if you are concerned about the RF exposure from these products, you can use
measures like those described above to reduce your RF exposure from wireless
phone use.
10. What about children using wireless phones?
The scientific evidence does not show a danger to users of wireless phones, including
children and teenagers. If you want to take steps to lower exposure to radiofrequency
energy (RF), the measures described above would apply to children and teenagers
using wireless phones. Reducing the time of wireless phone use and increasing the
distance between the user and the RF source will reduce RF exposure.Some groups
sponsored by other national governments have advised that children be discouraged
from using wireless phones at all. For example, the government in the United
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Kingdom distributed leaflets containing such a recommendation in December 2000.
They noted that no evidence exists that using a wireless phone causes brain tumors
or other ill effects. Their recommendation to limit wireless phone use by children
was strictly precautionary; it was not based on scientific evidence that any health
hazard exists.
11. What about wireless phone interference with medical equipment?
Radiofrequency energy (RF) from wireless phones can interact with some electronic
devices. For this reason, FDA helped develop a detailed test method to measure
electromagnetic interference (EMI) of implanted cardiac pacemakers and
defibrillators from wireless telephones. This test method is now part of a standard
sponsored by the Association for the Advancement of Medical instrumentation
(AAMI). The final draft, a joint effort by FDA, medical device manufacturers, and
many other groups, was completed in late 2000. This standard will allow
manufacturers to ensure that cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators are safe from
wireless phone EMI. FDA has tested hearing aids for interference from handheld
wireless phones and helped develop a voluntary standard sponsored by the Institute
of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). This standard specifies test methods
and performance requirements for hearing aids and wireless phones so that no
interference occurs when a person uses a compatible phone and a accompanied
hearing aid at the same time. This standard was approved by the IEEE in 2000.
FDA continues to monitor the use of wireless phones for possible interactions with
other medical devices. Should harmful interference be found to occur, FDA will
conduct testing to assess the interference and work to resolve the problem.
12. Where can I find additional information?
For additional information, please refer to the following resources:
• FDA web page on wireless phones
http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/phones/index.html
• Federal Communications Commission (FCC) RF Safety Program
http://www.fcc.gov/oet/rfsafety
• International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection
http://www.icnirp.de
• World Health Organization (WHO) International EMF Project
http://www.who.int/emf
• National Radiological Protection Board (UK)
http://www.nrpb.org.uk/
July 18, 2001 For updates: http://www.fda.gov/cdrh/phones
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Index
Numerics
Access codes 44
Access points 36
Advanced settings 41
Settings 38
Accessibility solutions 5
See also Enhancement
(LPS-3 and HDA-9)
Accessory, See Enhancement
Activate loudspeaker 19
Alarm clock 120
Snooze 121
Animations 64
Answering a call 23
Automatic answer 49
Applications 133
Install a Java application 134
Java application settings 135
Open a Java application 135
Uninstall a Java application 135
Attachments 95
Audio files, See Media files
Automatic answer 49
Battery saving mode 60
Bluetooth connection 140
Cancel pairing 145
Connection requests 143
Connection status indicators 144
Device icons 144
Disconnect 146
Paired devices short names 145
Pairing requests 143
Passcode 143
Receive data 146
Send data 142
Settings 142
Bookmarks
Add 128
Send 128
View 127
Browser
Access points, see Access points
Browsing 128
Connect 126
Empty memory 132
End connections 131
WAP pages 125
XHTML pages 125
Buffering 70
Business card, sending 56
B
C
Background image, changing 34
Battery information 158
Cache, emptying 132
Calculator 116
1-touch dialing
Assign a phone number 55
Making calls 22
A
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Calendar 110
Alarm 113
Calendar entry fields 111
Sending entries 114
Settings 113
Stopping alarms 114
Views 112
Call cost limit
Resetting the counter 29
Set by a service provider 28
Call register, See Log
Call restrictions 48
Calling 21
Calls
1-touch dialing 22
Answer 23
Charging units 28
Conference calls 22
Cost limit 28
Declining 23
Dialed 27
Duration 27
Forwarding 25
International 21
Missed 26
Options during a call 24
Received 26
Settings 34
Transferring 25
Using the Contacts directory 21
Camera 59
Battery saving mode 60
Image types 61
Memory card 62
Memory consumption 62
CD-ROM 148
Cell broadcast messages 98
Cell info display 49
Certificates 46
Trust settings 47
Charges
Packet data 38
Clearing memory
Calendar entries 173
Log information 174
Clip, See Video recorder
Clock 120
Alarm 120
Settings 120
Composer 117
Adjusting sound volume 117
Adjusting tempo 117
Changing tone style 117
Listening to tones 117
Computer connections 147
Conference calls 22
Connection indicators, See Icons
Connection settings 36
Contact cards
Adding voice tags 53
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Assigning 1-touch dialing
numbers 55
Assigning default numbers and
addresses 52
Attaching ringing tones 56
Changing voice tags 55
Creating 50
Deleting voice tags 55
Listening to voice tags 55
Remove ringing tones 56
Voice tags 53
Contact groups 57
Adding many members at the
same time 57
Adding ringing tones 56
Removing members 58
Converter 118
Adding exchange rates 120
Converting currencies 119
Converting units 119
Copying
Contacts between the SIM card
and phone memory 50
Text 80
Customer care 5
Cutting text 79
D
Data connections
Icons 14
Settings 36
Date, settings 43
Declining calls 23
Delete all entries 173
Deleting
Calendar entries 111
Contact cards 51
Delivery reports 74
Dialed numbers 27
Digital rights management 131
Display settings 34
DNS, Domain Name Service 41
DRM 131
DTMF tones 25
E
Editing
Calendar entries 110
Contact cards 51
Text 76
E-mail 86
Attachments 95
Deleting 97
Offline 93
Online 93
Opening 95
Remote mailbox 92
Retrieving from mailbox 94
Saving attachments 97
Settings 103
Emergency calls 163
Enhancement
Activating 49, 168
HDA-9 Phone Adapter 168
LPS-3 Loopset 168
Settings 49
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Enhancements 166
Erasing
Call cost counters 29
Log 30
Recent calls log 27
F
Favorites 108
Adding a shortcut 108
File formats
JAD and JAR 136
RealOne Player 69
SIS file 136
Supported 96
Fixed dialing 45
Folders 18
Forwarding calls 23
G
General settings 32
GIF animations 64
GPRS, See Packet data
H
Handsfree, See Loudspeaker
Headset 20
High speed data 37
HSCSD, See High speed data
I
Icons
Activity 13
Bluetooth connection 144
Browser 127
Calendar entries 112
Data connection 14
E-mail status 94
Favorites 108
In standby mode 13
Infrared 147
Messaging 88
Synchronization 112
To-do 115
Idle state, See Standby mode
Image modes 61
Images 63
Formats 65
Full screen 64
Keyboard shortcuts when viewing
images 65
Memory consumption 62
Moving the focal point 64
Organizing 65
Picture messages folder 66
Receive from a digital camera 63
Rotating 65
Viewing image details 65
Zooming 64
Indicators, See Icons
Info service 98
Infrared 146
Installing software 137
Internet access points (IAP)
See Access points
Internet service provider 36
IP address 41
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ISDN 41
ISP, See Internet service provider
J
JAD and JAR files 136
Java, See Applications
JPEG 59
L
Language, for writing 33
Limit for call costs 28
Lock code 44
Log
Erasing contents 30
Filtering 30
Recent calls 26
Settings 30
Loopset, See Enhancement
Loudspeaker
Activating 19
Turning off 19
M
Mailbox 92
Disconnecting 95
Making calls 21
Media files
File formats 69
Playing 69
Sending 71
Memory card 122
Camera 62
Consumption 124
Format 123
Password 123
Restore 123
Video clips 122
Memory low
Troubleshooting 173
Viewing memory
consumption 124, 139
Menu 15
Menu key 15
Rearrange the main Menu 16
Messaging
Delivery reports 74
General settings 105
Inbox 87
Main view 73
Messages on the SIM card 98
Multimedia messages 82
My folders 92
Outbox 97
Picture messages 82
Save picture message graphics 66
Settings 99
Text messages 81
Writing e-mail 86
Writing text 76
Missed calls 26
Modem
GPRS access point 43
Initialization 42
Using your phone as a
modem 148
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Multimedia messages 82
Playing sounds 90
Re-playing sounds 90
Music files, See Media files
My folders 92
N
Notes 120
O
Offline 93
Online 93
Organizing, Menu 16
Outbox 97
P
Packet data 38
Connection timer 30
Data counter 30
Pricing 38
Settings 43
Pairing 143
Password, memory card 123
Pasting text 79
PC, connecting to 147
Phone Adapter, See Enhancement
Phonebook, See Contacts
Pictures
Taking 59
Viewing 63
PIN code 44
Unblocking 44
Playing video 68, 69
Predictive text input
Tips 78
Turning off 79
Prepaid SIM cards 28
Prices for packet data 38
Profiles 106
Renaming 107
Settings 107
R
RealOne Player™ 69
File formats 69
Volume control 71
Received calls 26
Receiving
Data via infrared 146
Ringing tones, operator logos,
and settings, See Smart
messages
Recent calls log 26
Call charging units 28
Call cost limit 28
Call costs 28
Call duration 27
Dialed numbers 27
Erasing call lists 27
Missed calls 26
Received calls 26
Recorder, recording sounds 121
Recording video 67
Remote mailbox 92
Disconnecting 95
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Removing software 138
Reports 74
Resolution 62
Restricting calls 48
Ringing tones 106
Adding a personal ringing tone 56
Muting 24
Receiving in a smart message 90
Settings 107
S
Safety information
Care and maintenance 159
Electronic devices 160
Emergency calls 163
Operating environment 160
Potentially explosive
atmospheres 161
Traffic safety 160
Vehicles 162
Screen saver, settings 34
Search field 18
Security
Access codes 44
Security certificates 46
Settings 44
Sending
Calendar entries 114
Contact cards, business cards 56
Data via infrared 146
Media files 71
Video clips 68, 71
Service command editor 99
Service messages
Service message settings 104
Service messages 91
Service provider for data
connections 36
Settings 32
Access codes 44
Applications (Java) 135
Bluetooth connection 142
Calendar 113
Call restrictions 48
Call settings 34
Certificates 46
Clock 120
Connection 36
Date and time 43
Display 34
E-mail 103
Enhancement 49
Fixed dialing 45
General settings for
Messaging 105
Info service 105
Lock code 44
Log 30
Messaging 99
Phone settings 32
PIN code 44
RealOne Player 71
Security 44
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Service messages 104
Sounds 107
Text messages 99
Video recorder 68
Shortcuts
in Favorites 108
in Images 65
SIM card
Copying names and numbers 50
Messages 98
Names and numbers 31
Viewing messages on SIM 31
SIS file 136
Smart messages
Receiving 90
Sending 81
Snooze 121
Software
Installing 137
Removing 138
Transferring a .sis file to your
phone 137
Sound files, See Media files
Sounds 106
Remove personal ringing tone 56
Standby mode 12
Icons 13
Settings 34
Stopping
Alarm clock 120
Calendar alarm 114
Streaming 69
Switching between applications 16
T
Taking pictures 59
Text input 76
Text message service center
Adding new 100
Text messages 81
Writing and sending 81
Text templates 92
Time, settings 43
To-do 114
Tones 106
Tools
1-touch, See 1-touch dialing
Forward 25
Manager 136
Settings, See Settings
Voice mail, See Voice mail
Traditional text input 76
Transferring calls 25
Troubleshooting 173
TTY/TDD communication 168
U
Unit converter 118
USSD commands 99
V
Video clips, See Media files
Video player, See RealOne Player™
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Video recorder 67
Memory card 68
Saving video clips 67
Sending video clips 68
Settings 68
Video clips 68
Viewing
GIF animations 64
Images 63
Voice dialing 53
Voice mail
Changing mailbox number 22
Check messages 22
Forwarding calls to 25
Voice recorder 121
Voice tags 53
Adding 53
Changing 55
Deleting 55
Listening 55
Making calls 54
Volume control 19
During a call 21
W
Wallpaper, See Background image 34
WAP pages, browser 125
Writing 76
Predictive text input 77
Traditional text input 76
X
XHTML browser 125
Z
Zooming 64
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NOTES
Para obtener un manual del usuario en español favor de
llamar o enviar un fax al teléfono 1-888-NOKIA-2U,
fax 813-249-9619.
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